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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - February 16, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I have s fiumlwr of ctn Uo furms town lots which will lie cold nt M bureiiiii within the next 3C Please Inquire H j5l TjTMUt FOR The William In Salem four and n half from jfwnvllle containing 57 Is offered for nn nnspnuhli Apply to William Williams or In It Two aoren of on which If a frame with kitchen KxcelUiit orchard nnd good Iropirty Is nitualuil OH two u lies from Apply tn 1U10DA ANN 20 B Two lots situated on Eiiffla sixty feet each fronting street and ex tending North On la erected framo house In Rood lute the property of M Terms of MHO nude known uy July 1ST Main July 1 ltf M Notice Is given that the hooks of the lute firm of ClUt will he closed nnd reftdy for on mid utter The same will be settled nt the old in Masonic hy the surviving who continues the Duc2U tf R4I FJK The Dnniel Runli fnnn in PymatniiltiR one mile east of containing thirty five house arid excellent food or chard will be OH reiniuiiable Also tue ad jolnliiK by thirtysight and onehalf Inquire of 6th The Misses Dora Young and Maggie of visited Miss Youngs Reuben of this Wednesday of last and of course attended the They returned to their home on James Young is rusticating in Law rence county at present looking up his old chums of war members of One Hundredth Regiment Round of which he was a The older kids ate having a series of tea and report pleasant Jf talk goes lor this section will be depopulated of most of its young who are going to California to raise but we think most of them will stay with Stewart literary is no That the society has been a benefit no one well informed will deny it might have been we do not but the ben efits resulting from the society will be seen in after years when the boys and girls of today are taking their part in the drama of Andy Robinson attended the hop Transfer on Friday evening and re ports a good A full attendance at the caucus on Sat urday is as you are all interested in making a ticket for the coming elec Nominate a good then work for its There is only one thing to hinder the election of a good Repub lican the stayathome Re Minnesota Leads the World With her dairy and grain acres fine farming and grazing adjacent to for sale cheap oa easy For Land or General Passenger Ask tor Book Sherman nnd February dining halls of the Vendome were filled to overflowing this it being the occHsion oT the banquet given by the Home Market There were pres ent over 400 prominent men from va rious sections of the After an informal reception the company entered the dining At a round table in the centre of the hall were thirteen gentle one seat bting as signed to Governor They were the prominent guests and their names were President Timothy Sen ator John Nathan William General Frederick William Theo dore Charles Search and William From the ceilings depended many ban several bearing while bunting in festoons hung from every After the cloth had been re President Timothy of the Home Market and in brivf words alluded to the fame of the clubs concluding by introducing Senator John In the course of his Senator Sherman said that admired the Home Market and said further The home market deals with over eight thousand million dollars annually ol agricultural products and six thous and million of while the foreign market drals with only fifteen hundred million dollars of exports and imports and more than half of thtse ire home This is not all every part of the capital and labor BAKING Official Tests by the Ohio State Food AnalyMls of the Cheff Brands of the Coun Strength nnd Vnlae Awoertnlnert The Ohio State Dary and Food Com mission under the direction o the Legis lature of that has made public the result of its recent official examination of the baking powders of the As many of the brands analyzed are in use throughout the the report of the Commission will be found of The startling fact is brought out by the report that of the thirty different brands of baking powder twenty are made from a substance declared by the highest medical authorities to be injurious to health when used in The Commission classify the baking powders into three general according to their value Cream of Tartar Baking Powders Phosphate Baking Powders Alum Baking The Commission explains that the best baking powder is that the ingre dients being gives oft the lar gest amount of leavening gas and leaves the smalest amount of residuum in the A small amount of carbonate of which is considered is used in some of the of tartar Senator Fryes j From the SENATOR of in his speech in the last poured in a regular broadside of facts und figures upon the Free Tradtheresis of President Clevelands He took special in his Eureopean tour of lost sum to visit the workingmen in and for himself ascertain their actual condition and the rate of wages paid to Giving the Senate the benefit of the information thus he took theground that the reform of our tariff proposed by the Presi practically ment the reduction of wages in this country to the level of the poorly paid labor in On this point the Senator is entirely It is simply impossible to keep up the existing rate of American if President Clevelands crude and illconsidered theories on the tariff question should be put into American that compete with like industries in other must either be destroyed alto gether or greatly or they must be protected by tariff duties on the pro ducts of foreign industry when imported into this One or tne other is Another good point in the speech of Senator Frye was his reference to the joy Low Bates to Pacific The new agreement between the transconti nental lines authorizes a lower rate to Pacific coast points via the ManitobaPacific route than is made via any other Frequent ex Accommodations For and other f apply to General Passenger KSTAHUSHKI Diploma Awarded Hirst Premium Sorouto Industrial and Diploma Awarded at Penna State PIRMIHS English Blue Black Writing Fluid lias no But Miiny Trv it once und be convinced Send for manufactured by rFinnvtiisr as Sold Wholesale and Retail at 38C7 Vvnn for fountain d22 IHw SHEKAKGO ALLEGHENY IlAlLKOAD TIME XORTH HOUND j SOUTH iiouNn 6 F 4 3 HO 2 111 47 II 1 TMJJKremis 1 iilardoe U rove Junctin 3 U I5 A Junction fl4U 7 00 7 OII 7 K U 05 Ill u 1 OH 11 37 12 4 12 41 12 M M O 5 53 00 6 20 0 IS 48 C 58 7 11 723 7 27 7 32 7 83 7 30 7 43 7 53 8 02 8 1U 820 8 2 Train 21 leaves Greenville 935 stopping at Shenango 9 Mercer Grove City 10 Branch ton 11 00 Junction 11 Butler U arriv ing at Allegheny 1 55 NORTH BOUND SQtTll nUUKP TKAlKg No 34 12 00 11 50 U 30 11 20 U 00 No 32 6 25 6 20 6 00 552 545 Brancuton Bovard No 8 30 8 4 40 4 45 9 UU 9 10 9 10 5 20 5 30 Greenville The shortest and quickest route between and Through Greenville to on trains 3 and Through Allegheny to 4 and Through and hapcgage checked through from all principal stations on the A to the above Genl Genl and Ticket T ARE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN 1 J Franklin Time Table taking effect Contral Standard 001NO j OOIMQ 37 2 30 301 3 35 3 K2 115 4 35 503 5 IS 5 53 6 18 715 25 0 15 7 50 8 43 9 06 9 3g 1030 11 05 1125 12 62 15 2 36 3 15 349 4 50 645 7 02 7 18 7 35 747 8 02 a 10 2 Oil Reno Polk Sandy Stoneboro 8 23 8 31 843 848 869 9 25 9 33 0 43 966 10 20 Jefferson 26 2 25 2 15 203 1 37 1 25 1 09 1 05 1247 1239 1227 12 23 12 12 11 45 11 37 11 27 11 14 1050 U 30 4 00 3 10 1 61 1 30 1246 1240 11 42 11 25 1050 10 24 9 25 8 45 8 25 8 05 600 9 50 9 18 843 8 25 802 7 46 6 43 6 25 5 50 5 25 435 Logan and family have gone to Sugar Grove for a few weeks James Parks has moved to Ashta the Jamestown has completed a tin roof on Houisholders new A number of houses will be vacant this spi The Salvation Army will hold the fort at the Faith Home this Meetings are to be at the church this Irwin is holding meetings this week at Atlantic Presbyterian and communion there next after a few weeks sojourn during which time his af fable manner and general good behavior have made him many friends in this is going to remove to West Mid where he has bought a drug store in partnership with his who has resided there lor several Sorry to lose the for we had congratulated Jamestown on its trio of massive which num ber will now be reduced to May the Doctors shadow never lose its plumpness Stephen Mosier returned to his business at the cutting table of Carr Dennisons tailor after two weeks Miss Eliza McElhager is said to be dangerously Hugh Mitchell is very sick with and his now in Los has been sent Editor Advance Argus The leading event of last week in bus iness circles was the purchase of the large and well known wholesale dry goods house of Bonbright Co by John By this purchase Wanamakers establishment is now the largest of its kind in the What wonderlul business energy and tact this man has displayed In 1861 he commenced business with a small cloth ng house and it is said that the profits f a year were often spent in n 1874 he purchased the old freight de ot at Thirteenth and Market streets for His store there now covers he entire and the property is worth He is second in the amount of advertising done a in he country and the duller the season he more he seems to The Bethany a fine building with scholars and teachers every Sun was selected by Wanamaker in a shoemakers The cashier of the Continental hotel las defaulted to the amount of The cause this time was not the tiger but the As Je Kyll he was a devoted a leading member in the church and strictly As Hyde he went to the other and is now in prison awaiting the man who at one time was worth eighty thousand re alized from the manufacture and sale of iiis celebrated died in the poor house last Drink did How is the following for a political anagram HAwley Depew Cleveland BeAver LiNcoln Cameron Evarts employed in the production of the home market is American labor and capital These productions are by American far mers and and they are trans ported on American steam boats and They are exchanged for each other by American tradesmen and and more than ninety per of them is con sumed by the American It is the home market that gives wealth and comfort to the people of the United On the other our foreign market is conducted entirely by Nearly onehalf of it is in foreign pro made by loreign largely by people whose daily wages would not buy saying nothing about clothing and that is consumed by the Ameri can vvorkingman and yet the price of all food is confessedly cheaper here than in These products are trans ported in foreign they are con signed mainly to foreign agents as a de vice to secure to a large are consumed as articles of luxury and Theaggregate of imported goods in the highest years of importation is less than six per of home More than onethird of the great body that enters into the consumption of our is free of and the rest is only charged such reasonable duties as will incite home competition without destroying home in Sherman then criticised the re marks made by Lowell before the Massachusetts Reform League and said find but very little about the tariff in his but a good deal about He says I powders to give them a higher with which the English press hailed the Presidents British free traders looked upon the as distinctly supporting their and giving prom iae of a much larger importation f Brit ish goods into this The Senator well said England has been seeking the Ameri can market for years with a persistence Select Competent Every qualified voter who can do so readily ought to attend the party cau at which candidates for borough and township offices are It is a great mistake for good men to suppose that the party caucus is a place to be for fear of moral Usually if incompetent men are chosen to political the fault lies with the good men who either stay away from the party caucuses or the There are enough good men in almost every election precinct to control matters in that if they would assert them selves on all proper When they stay away from the caucus and the they really forfeit their right to complain if matters do not go as they think they It is very important that a good set of local officers should be chosen for this borough on the We want a reli able man for Burgess one who will do his duty without malice or ill We want two good men for Men of good i OUNOBTOWN 13 1 153 2 36 305 AX 9 M 756 810 it 18 828 337 845 8 55 911 984 960 5 1 20 133 1S7 145 151 167 2 05 217 137 284 24B ld Qea1 Man Youngstown Ooalburt Brookfle Tyrrel Latlmer Kinsman Duwejr Stanhope Wllliaraaflelll Dept 8 736 7 24 7 M 7 10 7 03 667 6 60 0 88 6S7 621 061 10 2 35 237 1 64 125 1 285 2 00 33 182 1345 1215 1160 Genl ShermAn FoRaker Gresham RUsk AlliSon Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of They olten say 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 Kositive guarantee to they would nmediately see the excellent effect afte taking the first Price 500 and Trial size At all confess that I feel myself strongly at tracted to Cleveland as the best representative of the higheut type of Americanism we have seen since Lin coln was snatched Irom This who has been hon ored by a great party with its confidence and places Cleveland above the great soldier of our country above who certainly gave to the country a pure and excellent administra and Lowell himself above Gar one of the accomplished of Ameri can and above in every respect a model gentleman and a prudent and able for what has Cleveland been istinguished to justify this eulogy 1wo things for the promise of ivil service reform and he has prac iced the most general sweeping re movals in the public offices since the jovernment was He found Presidential Postmasters in office md he removed or changed of His Postmaster out of employes under has removed Out of 33 Ministers abroad the resident has removed or changed a arge proportion of whom are men iistinguished in the war against the Out of places he has re moved or changed and out of the there are not 50 Republicans among the Lowell says Never before has i Pandoras box so full of the germs of nfectious demoralization been offered to any people as our growing This is not A surplus is a great deal better than a And this sur plus is not It has been growing since the close of the It has en abled us to perform the magnificent feat of rapidly reducing the public a policy which has excited the admiration of the greatest statesman of But why is not this surplus applied to the payment or purchase of the public debt Whose fault is it that it accumu lates in the Treasury Plainly the fault of whose Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to apply this surplus at any time to the reduction of the public It he had followed the example of his he would weekly or without proclama tion or have purchased and re tired the public debt under the plain provisions of existing The Senator concluded his speech by remarking that he was in favor oi tariff reform with protection of native indus He thought the tariff should be revised in order to reduce the surplus in the with certain The Commission says that alum is un doubtedly a hurtful The report ranks the powders and shows the amount in each of inert which in using it would appear as residuum in the as follows Per or CREAM OF TARTAR Snow Upper De PHOSPHATIC BAKING 10 ALUM BAKING Cooks Sun Silver Crown One Wheelers Zipps Grape 30 Forest The large amount of inert matter or residuum in both the phosphate powders will be This in the phosphate powders is largely of lime in the alum powders it is chiefly It will be gratilying to the public to observe that the powder in most general the Royal is also the In comparing the first two powders on the for in Royal and inert matter in Prices is seen to be about five in seven more than in the a difference of 71 37 per the Royal being purer than Prices by a correspon ding The carbonic or leavening gas produ ced by the powders indicates their which never a courage which never failed and a faith never although for a quarter of a century she has seen her met by strong But now the President ol the United States declares that these defen ces were to be The British press had at once proceeded to self congratula tions and to strip off mercilessly the Presidents The plain truth is that England has never liked our protective simply because it prevents her from obtaining complete control over the markets of this She wants the opportunity to undersell in these markets the products of American as she would have if the Free Trade theory were put into This is the reason why the British press was so happy over the Presi dents The message was ac cepted as good news to The in the course of his speech said that he was in favor of repealing the tobbaco the tax upon all spirits used in the mechanical arts and manufactures of this and also duties upon ar ticles the importation of which will not interfere with the successful production of like articles at He did not think it expedient to repeal the tax on since this would involve too large a reduction of As to the surplus the Senator said that he was not at all He thoroughly believed in reducing this but did not propose to abandon the protective system for that in this he was not prepared to follow the Presidents recommenda If there was an honest purpose on the part of the Democratic Party to get rid of this he said that it could be done without Some of it might be expended wisely in coast de in increacing the in building up the merchant and in educat ing the people as proposed in the bill of Senator Blair of New Such are some of the salient points of Senator Fryes masterly The and who will handle the trust committed to them with wise We want good men for Borough and Township These officers are important under the present state of our local Under the provisions of the present license the duties of peaceofficers are and we want men who will not shirk them or fail to come up to their full No local office is more than that of school In a district having as many schools as Greenville the position is not a Both co mpetency and willingness to work for the public good and without compensa tion are needed on the part of the mo dern school Both parties should be very careful in the selection of candi dates for this In if we would have good local we must be careful as to the character of our local Attend the caucuses and afterwards the strength and their true value may be ascertained by considering the amount of the gas in connection with their inert matter or residuum as shown The higher the precentage of gas and the lower the presentage of residuum the better the baking These per as found in some of the most familiar are given as follows Per of Per Cent of Leavening Carpet advertisement of Keek look at the full read every word ofitj Do not throw away your hard earned cash for every new cough when that standard remedy for Bulls Cough is 35 De Forest Silver 6 Cooks One With the foregoing explanation the study of these figures will readily give consumers a knowlege of the compara tive value of the different To illustrate with the precentages given the two powders before compared the Royal containing parts of leavening gas to in its excess of strength is in 10 or per Royal is therefore per as well as 71 per purer than The relative strength and purity of all the powders can be computed in like Peace on Earth AwaiU that countlesss army ol whose ranks are constantly recruited from the victims of nervous ness and nervous The price of the boon U a systematic course of Hostetters Stomach th finest and most genial of tonic purauet with reasonable pleasanter am safer this than to swash the victualling departmen with alcoholic or the beef ex nerve narcotics sedatives and poisons in Tired Natures sweet balm Is the providential recuperaot of and this glorious franchise being usually th consequences of sound digestion and increased vigor the great stomachlcwhlch insures both U produotlv also of repose at the required Not unrefreshe awakens the Indlvlduaf who uses bat vigorous clear headed and Use the Bitters also 1 tevtr and kidney coniU uatllon and feb speech is a good supplement to of Senator Sherman delivered in the Senate a few days The tariff question will undoubtedly be the great issue of the next Presidential and both of these speeches would be firstclass docu ments for circulation among the Republicans ought to welcome the and courageously fight the battle on this Protection has given the coun try a degree of prosperity which the peo ple can understand and and the same cause will product the like effect in the THE Presidents late annual o far as it is an attack upon the protec ive system of this has already one more harm to the industrial inter sts of the country than a thousand or nore of our foremost business men or irms will be able to do during the pres ent year in the way of building them up and reassuring our hesitating manufac Our iron industry is in ahesitat unsettled and uncertain and will probably so continue until after he next Presidential The tri umph of the Presidents ideas means ougher times than our leading manufac uring interests have seen for more than a decade Wool are mad and in fear of disaster to their inter Their fear is not Whose Fault It It We hear considerable complaint about the way the law is and some ask why the do not stop The would respectfully remind the people that we have officers who were elected and sworn to keep the peace and enforce the Where were they while those disgusting scenes were The New fKrom Mercer In another column will be found the prop osed new method of making nomi nations in this We commend it to the careful perusal of The County Convention which is called to meet in Mercer on February will determine whether this system shall be or some other selected in its or whether we shall continue to work under the old delegate It has to decide a most important and the dele gates should come knowing the wishes of the people and ready to carry them into So far as the Dispatch and Republican is it favors the plan proposed by the believing it to be one fair to all and calculated to secure as correct an expression of the peoples will as it is possible to obtain by any and vastly superior to the delegate sys as heretofore worked in this The grounds for this belief may be very briefly stated It gives the voter an opportunity to vote directly for the At the primary each man votes for the men whom he wishes and not tor delegates who may vote for the candi dates of his or may After his vote has been cast at the pri mary it cannot be Just as he cast it must be counted and cast in It gives all the voters a chance in the nomination of Under our present after a plurality of those present at the primaries have elected the others have noth ing further to but the new system gives all a for should the candi date who received the highest vote at the primary be where more than one is to be as in the case of Commissioners or Audi or his name be then the candidate receiving the next highest vote takes his and so on so long as there is a man before the Convention who received one vote at the This gives the minority a chance as well as the It does away with all trucking and trading in The candidate cant control the or manip ulate the The people settle the whole matter at and the Conven tion is held only to count and cast the It is better than the Crawford county enacted and why were men allowed to pass bottles around freely to be emptied by willing lips and why were boys al lowed to have and drink the stuff pub licly and why was the solicitor for the druggist allowed to give his wares to whoever wished to sample them To the benighted female comprehension it would seem as though it was the duty of the officers of the law to see that the law is In the words of a learned It is the duty of the local officers to examine the find the make and arrest the system in that no candidate can be nominated by simpiy receiving a plur ality of the votes cast at the He must be second or third choice in enough districts to represent a ma jority of the whole vote cast for Presi dent at the preceding Presidential elec It gives the county precincts an even chance with the large These are some of the advantages of the proposed Let us try It has worked satisfactorily in ango and Washington counties Why wont it work equally well in Mcrcw If it we can change   

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