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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - February 23, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I nil I v K MERCER FEBRUARY F IOU I have n nnminr of ohnicH farms ntul town lots which will he cold nt H liurirnin within the next 3C II j5tf TjiAnM FOH Thn Wllllntii WIMIiims In Salem four H linlf milcH from roiunltiinp 57 Is for unle on runnrnnblr Apply to William Williams or In F IOR Tno ncres ol good rm which Is a fnime with kitclion Rxceltvnt orchnrd und Rood Iropiiny Is on tlis Kinsman two u iles from Apply to UHOIU ANN TjlOR Two lota situated on Hnulo rixty feet each fronting Ksisle street anil ox teiidlng North 234 On Is erected n friimo house tn good Intn the property of M Terms of KUC uuirte known riy July 187 Main 14tf HEMPFIEMV Simon Reigleman had the misfortune to have an axle brake while en route for church on Sabbath The team be came frightened and ran smash ing the carriage and injuring the but fortunately the family escaped with slight George Frye is quite sick at this wri but we hope to soon be able to re port his Benninghoff has been on the sick list for some as has also Young and wife visited in county the first of this John who has been on the sick is at his old place with Thomas He looks a little but says he is all N Notice is hereby given that the hooks of the lute firm of Cllft 4 will lie clotted and ready for settlement on imrt nfHT The slime will be nettled at the old in Masonic by the surviving who continues the buslines DecZO tf F AIU FOH The Daniel Rnufo farm In IymaliminK one mile east of cuiilaulng thirty five house and excellent good or chard will he sold on reasonable Also the ad joining farm owned by coiuululiifr and onehalf Inquire of Oth Pa In re voluntary assignment of Mollahnn to Spelr torthe of crtilkors In the Court of Common Pleas of Jlercur county No 47 January Notice is hereby given tu all parties Interested tho assignee as made apnlicatlri to said Court on Fcbnmry for loav to reassign any money or goods now In his hands or possession belonging to said assigned estate to tin said HcMnhsn and thereupon to be discharged Irom his said and unless cause be shown to th contrary on or before rhe fourth Monday oj March the prayer of tho siilil petitioner will b allowed nud leave granted us prayed 233t Prothonotary John McCurdy died last Monday Douthett is reported having disposed of the hardware stock he laiely purchased of returned to Cleve land last While the family were at church last Sabbath the house of Mc Nichol was burglariously means of a robbed of eighty dollars in cash and a silver The thieves made a thorough search for what they in bureau drawers and even emptying the straw from the It is said that two thickset men came to town that morning on a train from the took supper at the Griffin house but said they would call on friends they had and return to the hotel about ten They never re that they had not paid for two such looking about Mr Brackins second house north o these refineries and advanced the prices two or three cents a Look at the profit on that cargo of sugar that was sold at a loss of Add it was bought raw at and sold at a total of It is this and such companies that are the who have to swell the profits of like In this State no competing railroad lines are The Western Union gets hold of rival companies and none can be built to be operated indepen dently for any length of These facts have been gleaned from most trust worthy and the reading of them at once awakens one to realize that there is a great work for Congresa to do in his matter of The strike of the Readings miners is iff and work has been In the first place there was not the slightest cause a It was caused by a socalled labor leader who ordered the ailroad men foolish ind then dragged the miners into the ight solely to help the railroad vleitner side g The railroad their places and the miners lave lust a million dollars in wages and returned to work at the old Those having coal on hand have made the the poorer classes have suffered lor the want of the high priced As a failure their leader has been a remarkable All through this business the railroad and coal companys officials have hud right on their President realizing the condi tions of the misled has sent a twenty thousand dollar check to their About the first of May the Pennsylva nia Company will continue to enlarge their Broad street 385 trains ar rive and depart every not including a number of freight the actions of the commission in the fu ture so far as investigations are con COLUEG6 Miller has received from PnncnKos In Variety i On cold winter mornings pan cakes of all kinds hold an important place at the breakfast table The cherished buck wheat most prominent of from Thanksgiving Day until early is seldom absent from the morning meal in the genuine American When properly this is the most delicious of all the griddle but it has been against it when made from yeast or risen over night th it it was dif ficult to make light and and that disagreeable effects frequently followed its It is found that by the use of the Royal Baking Powder to raise the Two Noted Porionajfps In From the Sharon One of the early preachers in the Bap tist church of Sharon was Sidney Rig He studied theology under Adam son Bentley at and was inclined to locate permanently at James Bentley gave to assist in building him a Sidney finally changed his mind and joined the Mor mons or Latter Day Saints at When the society went his hopes of leadership were He was the brains of the the death of Joseph Smith at Nau Sidney expected to become presi batter these objections have been tn dent of the In this he was defea 1853 l Diploma Awarded First Premium Soronto Industrial and Diploma Awarded at Pcnna State KBMIWS Blue Black Writing Fluid But Many vinccd Send for manufactured by Sold Wholesale and Ketail at for fountain pens d22 lw Has noilqnal be convinced 28f7 1HENANGO ALLEGHENY RAILUOAI TIME 5 rfOKTIt UOUN1 I SOUTH BOUND 2 12 11 10 Hi i 10 0 00 Shenango Kremls Fredonia Me rcei Grove Mick Jnuclin 3 if 111 S 4f 9 OG M 5 12 80 12 4l 4 M 5 53 6 00 6 20 0 29 U 4S 6 S8 7 11 7 23 7 27 7 32 7 33 7 8G 7 7 53 S 02 8 10 8 30 8 2 Train 21 leaves Greenville 935 stopping at Shemingo 9 Mercer 10 Grove City 10 Uranch ton 11 00 t Junction 11 Kntler 11 arriv Ing at Allegheny 1 55 HOUND TBAIKS 12 00 11 50 11 30 20 U 00 No 32 6 25 6 20 B 00 5 52 545 Branchton No 8 30 8 40 4 9 IHJ 8 10 9 10 5 20 5 Greenville The shortest and quickest route between and Through Greenville to on trains 3 and Through Allegheny to 4 and Through and batsgage checked through Irom all principal stations on thfi to the above ienl Genl mid Ticket LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R Franklin Time Table taking effect Central Standard the Army Signal Service a set o weather signals which will be displayec except from the flag staff of the college between the hours of 8 and 3 This will be of a good deal cf interest to those to whom it is important to know the probable state of the weather twentyfour hours though reduced to a state of last and still seems on the It would certainly be an occasion of great joy to all in connection with the college to see him in his wonted state of Miss Ella a student of Westminster spent Sabbath with Miss Hattie We are always glad to entertain especially from other and if Miss McClelland is a sample of the Westminster ladies we would gladly submit to an invasion by a whole regiment of Lund and of both members of the the Board of Trustees of our honored us with their prosnee on Tues Lund has been ominated by the Trustees for Pres dency ol the He has not yet to accept the and his isit here was partly to aid him to de Tne action of the trustees ishear approved of by the and the almost to a enthusias ic in their Tljptfgh urged on 11 sides to tries gentleman has yet given his He how promised to decide at an early Lund is an alumnus of our laving graduated with first honors in He afterward took a postRradu ite course at Wooster and till further a regular three years course n Theology in the Philadelphia Semi He has held several responsible jositions as pastor of Lutheran congre gations and is we about to Assume the very important position of resident of the college from which he first Lund is an ac complished a fine a splendid scholar and a thorough theolo While we recognize and appre ciate McKees sterling worth and the ability with which he has discharged dis duties in the very embarassing posi tion of President pro we fondly hope that Lund will see his way clear to accept the and that our college will not only take a new of but move on with more rapid strides than ever toward the ac OOINO j GOING 37 2 30 3 01 3 35 3 52 4 15 4 35 0 03 5 IS 5 53 6 18 7 15 25 6 15 7 50 B 43 9 Oil 9 3u 10 30 11 05 11 25 12 23 13 52 1 55 2 35 S 15 3 49 4 50 6 45 7 02 7 13 735 7 47 8 02 8 10 8 23 8 31 8 43 8 48 8 59 8 25 8 33 Oil City Polk Kaymllton Sandy Stoneboro 0 8 56i Jefferson 10 2 25 2 15 203 1 37 1 25 1 09 1 05 1247 12 39 12 27 12 23 12 12 11 4 H 37 11 27 11 14 10 50 4 00 3 10 1 1 30 12 4tt 12 40 n 42 11 25 10 50 10 24 25 8 45 8 25 8 05 6 00 9 50 0 18 8 43 8 25 802 7 Q 43 6 25 5 50 5 2C 4 35 fOUNOBTOWN 13 153 2 36 3 05 A M 8 5 H 1 65 8 10 8 18 8 28 8 3T 845 8 85 B 11 92S 9 34 9 50 1 20 1 33 1 37 145 151 157 2 05 217 227 284 245 Youngstown Tyrrel Kinsman Stanhope Willlamsfleld 8 10 7 24 T 18 T10 7 0 57 0 50 0 38 6 27 6 21 6 60 2 35 2 37 1 54 125 M 2 35 2 00 J 33 i 22 124 WASHINGTON Editor Advance A rgus The thousands of postmasters through out the country who were notified by the Post Office Department a year ago that the pending claims for the readjust ment of their had been but could not be paid until Congress should make the necessary appropria will he pleased to learn that the claims will very soon be An item in the General Deficiency Bill which was passed on Friday and now awaits the Presidents provides an appropriation of for the payment ot these and the checks have been made out and will be forwarded to the claimants as soon as the bill is which will probably be within a very few It will be remembered that in 1881 Congress passed a bill pro viding that all postmasters below the second grade who held office between the dates of July and July should be paid a sum equal to 10 per of their salaries for such time as they actually With the commencement of the social season has practically The last of the public receptions at the White House was held on Tuesday even and the attendance was so great that many were unable to gain admis sion to the Elaines letter declining to allow his name to be presented at the Chicago convention has created a decided sensa tion among the politicians of both politi cal and has been the all absorb ing topic of Several names have been mentioned as the probable nominee of the Republican and if one mayjudge from present either Senator Sherman or General Sher idan will be the coming Since the name of General Sheridan has been pre the question as to his nativity is attracting considerable attention and if onehalf of the rumors regarding his birth place can be relied it can be truly said that he was born in more places and to a greater extent than any Iher eminent man known to he General himself is authority for the tatement that he was born in His mother asserts that he was iprn in Somerset while lis cousin is as positive that he was born n It is safe to assume that his Dirttiplace was one of the plares men but which of the Generals rela ives is correct in regard to the precise is a question that will have to e settled before the Republican con tention takes up his name for considera The CivilService Commissioners are ikely to proceed very slowly in the mat er of public investigations in the tirely and that buckwheat cakes are made a most delicious tender and perfectly whole that can be eaten by anyone with out the slightest indigestive inconven tebtecl from the following receipt no other will be used Two cups of one cup of wheat two tablespoonfuls of Royal Baking one half tablespoonlul of all sifted well Mix with tniliv into a thin batter and bake at once on a hot The purest and richest syrup is nride by dissolving sugar in the proportion ot three pounds of sugar to one pint of Many persons prefer the flwor oj syrup made of Orleans sugar to that made of the Rice griddle cakes are very The rice is cooked until perfectly drained mashed with a spoon until the grains are well broken For each cupful of rice take two one pint of one heaping spoonful of Royal Baking onehalf tea spoonful of and flour enough to make a thin For hominy cakes take two cupfuls of cooked and crush it with a po tatomasher until it is a smooth Add one level spoonful of two tea spoonfuls of Royal Baking and one cupful of Stir together then add by degrees one quart of and lastly three well beaten Bake in thin Very delicate and delicious cakes are made by allowing two teaspoonfuls of Royal Hakihg Powder and onehalf tea spoonful of salt to one quart of and sufficient corn mixing all into a thin batter no eggs or butter are used for The cakes bake quickly to a rich deep and are extremely tender and A very sweet pancake is made by taking one pint of sweet four two tablespoonfuls of pow dered1 two tablespoonfuls of melted one tablespoonful of Royal Baking and flour enough to make thin Beat the whites and yolkes until well stir the and one cupful of into which the bakingpowder has been into the then add the If add more Bake in small butter each one as it comes from the place four in a with very thin layers of any kind of sweet jelly between and powdered sugar over the They should be baked very thin and four served to each ted by Brigham a man of but ordinary education but shrewd and popu He was jealous of and gave him over to the tender mercies of the Rigdon now concluded to reverse the honored maxim of Bishop westward the course of empire takes its way He came to Pittsburg where he interested a number of capitalists and proselytes in the enterprise of establish ing a community of Latter Day Saints somewhere in the Keystone He went to the beautiful Cumberland Valley and selected a farm of 393 acres a mile from the town of Franklin Standing on the stone bridge THE The annual municipal elections pccured on Tuesday throughout this In this place every thing passed off As usual there was considerable of scratching of tickets on both With a great many voters party nominations do not mean They will participate in caucusses and conventions and then vote against their party nominations as if there were no bad faith The following is the vote in detail in the borough Wards i 2 S C 67 130 B E 92 115 W O 12 25 98 E 86 85 3 90 75 8 158 146 112 86 20 20 John E 54 James o E W 8 BOROUGH D C 92 155 JUDGE OF Adam Plimp O H 65 E V Till A 99 112 89 70 58 10 9 157 94 Philip complishment of the grand work she is destined to 1216 n so u Oenl Asst Genl Genl IB on file In Philadelphia at the Newspaper of N our authorUed Editor Advance Argus We desire to review in a brief way the Trusts that are attracting the attention of with the exception of where we ought to look for and expect some restrictive measures to be enacted to curb the power of these powerful com The oil men in the western part of the State well understand the methods by which the Standard Oil Company has increased its capital from one million to one hundred and fifty million of Its yearly profits are over twentyfive times the amount of its first In this city it has broken down all with a single excep and at present it is hard at work trying to blot out that plucky company Syndicates control the copper markets of the world tin steel cotton seed salt and slate markets Sevenjytwo paper mills in theNorthwes will be leased and run in the interests o an eastern They produce nearly twothirds of the pap6r manufac valued at three million dollars Since the Sugar Trust has become so powerful it has fixed its own prices There being no one cargc was sold at a loss of fifteen thousanc Another cargo was held here a while and then sent to London where prices are Ten men control Court Court for the trial of civil cases con vened on Monday of last Judge Mehard The trial list was quite small and a number of the cases were continued and others so that but two finally reached the ence all but one jury were discharged n Wednesday Cases were continued without date as ollows Chilled Car Wheel Plow Leese Wheeler Iron D Lesse t Boles Livingston Lohr Johnson Robert Gilkey et Morrison et The cases of White et The Presidents disapproval of the rule submitted to him by the re quiring reasons for takes a very large plank from under the feet ol the The law gives them no authority to punish those who disre gard and now that the President de cides that the appointing power is not required to give the commission reasons For official acts effecting employees with in the civil the commissioners are loth to waste their time on investi gations that can have no Every mail brings charges against some officer of the but they can all be settled by correspondence without going to the expense of a public inquiry Commissioners Oberly and Lyman are inclined towards public investigation o at least the graver charges preferred Commissioner has been disinclined to join his colleagues in these He holds that the right o removal naturally goes hand in hand with the power to that there fore the commission had no authority whatever to demand the reasons for dis In his opinion the labor of the commission is done when through its machinery it furnishes an appointing of ficer with a certification of four eliglbles from which to select a required clerk He does not consider that the commis sion is called upon to take care of those appointed from its list of through all Commissioner Edger tons views on this subject have practi callybeen indorsed by the President and they likely to guide which spans the beautiful Conococheague he said to some of his followers as he cast his eyes over the rich farm of Andrew McClanahan Over there is to be the home of the future city of the Great The property was purchased for An advance payment of was and a mort gage for the remainder was In a short Sidney Judge Ebenezer Robinson and a hun dred and fifty converts joined in estab lishing the A paper was preaching was done regularly by Rigdon in the barn and For nearly two years things went on Great opposition was The Scotch Irish were not easily converted to the views of the Latter Day McClanahan finally foreclosed his mort and compelled the colony to dis Thus ended the effort to start Mormonism in pet en terprise of one of Sharons ancient Sidney I was told that some time ago by Wheeler that about John of Harpers Ferry came to Sharon to advocate the building of a railroad alone the valley between the lake and the Ohio The meeting was held in the old school house which stood in the rear of the present Methodist Christopher McCleery was pres ident of the Browns purpose was to meet the objection then raised that such a road by its frighten horses and cattle along the Said he This is all a 1 have said near the old Mad river road in the first in the and have noticed that horses and cattle really enjoy it after a At first they frisk but soon become accustomed to the whistle and and would be lost without At that time Brown was nearly fifty years of muscular and the im personation of courage and determinati He was a fine looking man with a R P 9 Henry R T C R R 90 Lewis John D W B D 74 M M P H Levi P 9 SCHOOL H H R 75 CRBeattyR 90 M H D 85 D 70 W A P 10 C T P 9 COLfcECTOR OF 19 156 94 19 140 160 112 85 25 21 166 86 150 98 23 140 no 21 162 157 93 88 22 20 99 94 62 ii 98 61 108 104 66 48 9 n no 47 in 57 7 91 75 5 108 104 57 59 5 5 A lie win esse and John Sweezy David were continued and ordered heard streaked with grav laced on March The case of Richard Moyer et was placed on but alter hearing testimony on part of plaln iff the Court granted a compulsory non The case of vs was one in which contestants iad traded the latter giving his lote for the The horse de endant received proved not to be sound he was represented by hence the refusal to pay The evidence n the case satisfied the jury that the lorse was misrepresented and decided n favor of defendant for amount of note and The suit of Richard Banfield representing the Sharon Iron Com was the last case The state ment of this case that plaintiff had been hired for a year by the salary to be The agreement stated that either party could annul the contract by giving thirty days After ten months of the time had plaintiff was discharged without notice on the charge of The Conrt instructed the jury that if they sustained the charge of intoxication they should find for but if should find for plaintiff for his salary for thirty Verdict for Peace on Kurth Awaits that countlessa army ol whoso ranks are constantly recruited from the victims of nervous ness and nervous The price of tho boon Is a systematic course ot Hostellers Stomach the finest and most genial of tonic pursued with reasonable plcasantcr oik safer this than to swash the victualling department with alcoholic or the beef ex nerve narcotics sedatives and poisons in Tired Natures sweet balmy U the providential recuperaot of weak and this glorious franchise being usually the consequences of Bound digestion and increased vigor the great stomachicwhlch Insures both IB productive also of repose at the required Mot unrefreshei awakens the individual who uses but vigorous clear headed and Use the Blttera also 1 fever and kidney const palion and teb FRAISK Teachers New March Grove March March New March March March Sandy March March v Jackson April April April April April West April April Examinations will begin at 9 As there will be no fall examinations those needing certificates to teach during the coming school year should attend the spring The Populntton of Oreeuville Is about and we would say at least one half are troubled with some affection of the Throat and as those com plaints according to more numerous than We would ad vise all not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemps Balsam for the Throat and Price soc and Trial size Sold by all A Prominent Merchant of Holly writes Tutts Liver Pills are doing wonders in this and are becoming more popular every All our physicians prescribe them in their ATHBY D C F W TOWNSHIP D R 79 Jerry 87 W W 7 90 J P 75 G 8 ASSISTANT A L 92 T M 91 Simon 72 SH 73 B 9 R H 9 REGISTERING T M 88 RC T B Simon 75 H A O D 40 J A H Caleb 9 92 158 104 D 153 102 T R 74 100 62 W T 9 21 S The Republicans of Pymatuning elected their entire except School by majorities ranging from 36 to was elected constable and tax collector by 66 thus heading the entire The Republican candidates for School Directors were defeated on the one school term They had favored and it appears that the people of the township are not ready for the change Diffen derfer and John Demo were 149 100 18 WEST The Democrats elected their entire ticket except one Assistant Harmon was Thomas Jones was elected Burgess and Assessor Constable and Tax Collector Stewart and School Directors Arthur McKin ney and and White and The Democrats carried their entire except one was The Republicans elect their entire except that Howell was beaten for Justice of the Peace by Henry The Republicans elected all their can didates except for was The Handaomeit Lady In Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemps Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior rem as it stopped her cough instantly when others had no eftect So to prove this and convince you of its any druggist will give you a Sam ple Bottle Large size 500 and Carpet advertisement of look at the full read every word of r ltl   

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