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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - March 8, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                MERCER MARCH F OR Imvia number chnlii tnnns nn town lots Lli ke dl lit i IiiiiKtiln the next IK I of C Tin Wllliniii Willhuiis In West Suliin four ami H knit miles tniiu contiiiiiinjr fur on rensrimhlc Apply In or in F OH Two acres of pum which Is n tnime with Ultcluii orchard und good Tropcrty is sUuiileil MM two n lies from Apply to ANN H Of SB LOT Kill S line residence and nn acre nml a quarter of liitely wciipled by West is now nllered for Apply letter M or to James ill lots F Two lots situated on sixty tout each framing street and ex tending North S54 On or j elected a framo house in good lute tlir property of M Terms of niaile tiy July IS Main July 14tf Mitchell has moved into a part of James He is expect ing soon to he railed to Cincinnati to work on the great bridge whicli the Mitchell brothers are building over the JanKshuvn is full of this tirg anil When Cornell University was establish ed at it had many enemies who firmly believed that it could not sur I cessfully carry out the innovation which I it introduced monghigherinstitutions of As the years have passed and it has been demonstrated that their could Vie equality among all courses md that ioeducation was not the old conservative universities began to TI nm i i fall in line and follow the lead of their M n fl Last night i v i 7 M PV i S lla IU11S the Cornell Alunmi instituted successfully day night ol tins a new and innovation which wiu sooner and tne 1ealer he Ulken by olher L eJiWtk illeS This innovation consisted in having the tirf joill those of the and he public may be sure ol a better iu inJ Alumni Ex aim lent than Jamesj White was present and deliver M r rMT Ter i I d a characteristic He especially of ter of of this Notice is niven that tlielmoksof Dm line firm of Witt A will lie closed um ready for settlement on and Th Biune will be mil tied at the old in Masonic by Ihe surviving who continileo the tf TKKSKV STOCK Foil Iteifors months will be fresh next fall 3year old brood mure with due In Jlay 1 inaro not 1 A Solis make nearly new set Imuvy double nearly new sut Millie 2sealed Mar 8 F KJIt Tliu Daniel IJimb farm ill one mile east of contaiuiiiK thirty live house and excellent or chard will be sold on reasonable Also the ad joining farm owned by containing thirtyeight and onehall Inijulrt of Gtli IS vis iting her relatives VVill of spent last Saobath in this Speaking of best humorous entortainment that has been reported to was that given bv two last Friday They on their way to meeting at Dennisons the night was intensely and the high wind nearly drove the light out of their and the ram came down in spiteful vVlien they were passing Webbs splen did residence ihe pertormauce began with a which took oil one ladys and carried into hopeless darkness out of humanitys reach the umbrella was turned inside uiit and utteily At that moment the who linked themselves together with all the tenacity of the friendship of David and came to a preci pice in the and svent down flat as a buckwheat as two buck the mire into which they fell saved them from breaks und To be congratulated the society on the presence of so many former lady The banquet was held at and was attended by a verv large number of Cor nell graduates who are residents of the Nitional new common In re viiluntnry assignment of McMuhnn to Spelr for the licnellt of crtifitors In the Onrt of Common Pleas of o 47 Kfitice is riven to all parties interested Hint as made applicati n to said Court on February lor leave to reiiSsign any iiiciiiy mills now in his himds or possession to saitl iissiLCtied estate to tlie said und thereupon to he from bis said and unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before the fourth Monday of the prayer of the said petitioner will be allowed anil leave grunted pruyed II AY NO Charles Slease made a flying visit HlllANS COUUT New HuokH for tlie The following is a list of the books recently placed in our school library lieu Time C Moulton More Lied Time Fne Light New lied Time Cast up by the Baker Six Storits Irotn ihe Araoian Nights Tlie XVorlds Buei Elsies Finley Hlsies Life in the H Clark A Book 01 Golden C M Vonge The American Girls Handy Beard The Boys Handy Beard We The Vouag People of Siiakespeares E Barr The Land of the The Midnight M Buckley Mark the Match Ralus and Fame and Rough and Hen the Luggage Bible Stories Simply E Clements Tlie Silver Young Joe and Other Bound in His Own The Pocket The Jolly How Success is S K Bolton In His E Hale Stories from Rev A Church Siories from the Gieek Tragedians Stories of the Persian Little Lord H Burnett O In pursuance of an order of the of Meroer there will exposed to public upon the on APRIL At 1 the following described fill estate situate In Otter Creek Mercer bounded mid follows All that certain piece of bind in above county and North by land of Henry Bust by land ot Henry South by land of Jacob and West by Public und land of Jacob Containing acres of land and the usual with dwelling house und and other out All that certain other piece of situate In Otter Creek Mercer bound ed North by land of Peter East by land of Henry by land of Henry and j West by land of Jacob Rash and public contain ing eight acres of more or Onelmlf of the purchase money to lie paii upon the eonliruuition sale by the the with cgal interest thereon in one year limn ihe dale of said conlinnauon Ihe dcfieivd par inent to be socnreU by lien upon Ihe premises KP11IUAM Jliireb SAMUKL of Dunifl FOE SALE CHEAP House a ml acres of laud In the borough of land ol the very gooil well ol never failing a good young orchard of beuring apple Will be suld ill II Inquire at this War 8llino to his home during the last Nicholls has suspended his studies and gone His stay will be George Diener has so far recov ered from his illness as to be able to re his McKee was called to Greensburg to attend the funeral of his brotherin He returned to his work A war of words has broken out be tween the Juniors and owing to the fact that the study of botany is being put down to the Sophmore year instead of the Junior thus neces Lost m the Marryat sitatingthe two classes for the present1 m year to take that study The day and difficulty is in deciding the hour for The Juniors insist on one while the Sophs contend for The Sophs are successful in the war thus but the case is unset tled and will doubtless require a sitting of fuculty to determine Karl in company with his Miss Julia oi Ca paid our institution a visit in the early part oi the Miss Acker man will succeed as musical instructor in our but will not assume the duties of her position until The young lady is a graduate in and leaves a large class of students at her home to accept the position We hope she may not be the loser but may have all possible It is with very deep regret that we earn that who was expected o accept the Picsidency of our as We the gentleman n every way fitted for the position and ad earnestly hoped he would We are sorry to state that Zahn so well during the week ast as he had been a short time before Diploma Awarded Soronto Industrial First 1rumium and Diploma Awarded al Peiiutt State English Blue Black Writing Fluid Has no Hut Many Try it once and be convinced Send for manufactured by FIK3VTI3Sr Sc Sold WhoKsale and Ketail at INiiii for fountain d22 lilw PrrrsiiiJiiG TimeTiible P 4 1 IS 11 11 J7 11 Ml 111 9 H5 2 1 SHKNANDO Y LAKK KH1K itarcli fsoUTII TKAIXH 1 1artloe firove Wick Junctin 6 07 Jamisonville Oneida k Junction Butler I Allegheny 6 I 7 2 12 Hfi 12 3 3I 8 J 8 i 9 00 1 3l 1 M5 M M 5 5J 0 U 0 50 0 2 0 48 i 7 1 7 23 7 y 7 7 7 8 7 4 7 5 8 0 8 1 8 2 SOUTH HOUND SOUTH THA1N No 31 II 50 It 30 U 20 11 00 1 25 U 20 6 do 5 52 5 45 I No 33 No 35 Uoy 8 30 e on 9 II 0 20 WASHINGTON March 5 Editor Advance A rgus Although comparatively little business f interest to the general public has been ransacted by Congress during the past it by no means follows that that jody has been As a matter of act the week has been an exceedingly msy one at the and a large mini jer of private bills some of which have 3een upon the callendar for have een finally acled upon in order to clear he way for the tariff bills which are now jeing discussed in the committee rooms and will be reported to the full House during the present Washington has long been a favorite resort lor and a person is con stantly meeting upon the si reels strangers whose or other distin guishing in appearance 4 40 4 15 5 101 5 20 5 Greenville The shortest mid quickest route bet and Greenville to on trains 3 and Through Allegheny to on tams 4 and and baggage checkedthrough trom allprinclualstfttlouH on the 4 to the above Genl IX Oenl and Ticket indicate them to be representatives of foreign Just now there appars to be an unusually large number of strangers in the The members ol the Corean whose recent arrival was mentioned in a former spent most of their time upon the and their gorgeous silken robes and quaint hats make them specially A large delegation of Indians arrived in the city Monday These Indians are the representatives of several of the most noted tribes in tbe and they have come to the Capitol to interview the great Father and the officials of the Indian Bureau regarding their which are being gradually taken from them as the onward march of civilization moves The annual series ol scientific lectures which are held at the National Museum every spring and have become exceding ly have These lectures are delivered upon Saturday afternoons and are largely The speakers are representatives of the various scientific bureaus of the government de who volunteer their and as they are throughly conversant with the subjects which they and are provided with every facility lor illus Helen in Louisa Home in the Marshland Battle and Happy The Border H Bogart The Patriot The Bobbin The Printer Little Malei Boys Book of T D Englisl George in George at the George at the BricaBrac B Harrispi 1eseverance Island Poems tor Thaxte Some ot Our T S Miilmgtoi Litilc People of S Mule Stones oi the Gorilla Uu Chaillu Lost in tile Wild Lile under the My Apingi Tne Countrj oi ihe iJwai Joan ihe Cat H Drum Beat of the C Coffin The Times m the The Boys of The Story of Tile Boys of Their Club and Tlie Boys Book ol M Thompson Talent in Wraytne Master Girlhood Willies E VV Mudge and Her The Vicar of Goldrnith Alices Adventures in Carroll Through the Looking Miscineis Cooledge Cross Seven Little Andrews Each and One Vear and It Brought Ten Young Folks Whys anU Young Folks The above 86 books have been pur chased from the proceeds of Morriss Tne total number of books in the library now is ad dition of 142 volumes since tne begin ning ol this school The Librarj Committee does not intend to allow the matter to rest until the number oi volumes is at least A school ol nearly 900 pupils ought to have more than one book Young people vjill read If they csn secure good literature they prefer it if they will read the Slorni and olher peo pie who spend much time out of doors j believe in numerous weather j which results in from long or largely from popular su The Boston Journal has gathered the following storm but has overlooked the universal sea mans A rainbow at night is the sailors but a rainbow in the the sailors take When oxen or sheep collect together as il they were seeking a storm may be Domestic animals stand with their heads from the coming Foxes barking at night indicate Peafowl utter loud cries before a storm and select a low Wild geese lying over in great num bers indicate approaching When a heavy cloud comes up in the and seems to settle back look out for a Red clouds at sunrise indicate a A long strip of clouds called a salmon or Noahs east and is a sign of stormy but vvlun it extends north and south it is a sign of dry Noith anil south tiie sign of East and west the sign of If two clouds be of different the sUy being grayish or dirty with ardly any wind the how changing from west to or ometimes to without percep ibly increasing in expect The when very indi cates Coals becoming alternately bright and indicate approaching Fire always burns brighter and throws out more heat just before a and s hotter during a It is said that blacksmiths select a itormy clay in whicli to perform work that requires extra Soot burning on back of chimney in dicates Distant sounds heard with distinct ness during the day indicate Sound traveling far and A stormy day will Cold weather usually moderates be fore a Councll The new borough administration went into power on A meeting took place at jo a at which and Edward and Auditors McCray and appeared and took the oath of After compliance with the law in this adjournment took place till Tuesday Tuesday Burgess Dick and Councilmen Jacob and Ash appeared and took their On motion was elected Secretary for the ensuing On motion Wray was chosen for the ensuing and bond fixed at On motion bond of High Constable was fixed at On motion Shrom was elected Second On motion order was grunted Green ville Gas Company for On motion the Council proceeded to elect by ballot a street commissioner for the ensuing such commissioner to be under the control and direction of the Samuel Marks having a ma jority of all the voles cast was declared The following resolution was That no one shall have au thority to make any purchases or con tract any debts on the cJedit of the except the Burgess by his writ ten On motion the wages of the Street was fixed at for 10 hours these wages only to apply when he is in charge of and not to apply to cleaning On motion the wages of good laborers was fixed at for 10 hours It was moved that one man be em ployed to light the lamps during the next and attend to engine and act as to give bond in the sum of to attend to the duties of his ap pointment with On motion the election of such man lamp lighter was postponed until next regular On motion Secretary THE new political field comprising the reconstructed Congressional district will not be allowed to run to commons by the who have the first mortgage on The active farmers in the party have already begun looking after the Venango will not be behind the other counties in proffering material to fill the seat in Congress re served for the 2th of this and Hu of Oil announced a few days Today olm of this announces his It is hinted that there more to It is said that of Warren of and Lawis Emory and David of Mc will also compete for the On with the Salute your and form on for a lin Anolhter Accommodation for Greenville has the best railroad ac commodations of any town in Western Under the new time schedule adopted by the Nypano or the Youngstown accommodation which heretofore started from now starts from this place every Sabbath at 7 railroad or 8 city This arrangement still adds to the convenience of our peo ple in the matter of But slight changes are made on other i leaves here at instead of as way leaves westward at instead of 2 leaves east ward at instead of as way east leaves at instead of as To the inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for the above named By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently I shall be glad to send two bottles of my reme dy KRKE to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send me their express and post office Re 181 Pearl New J s6m Tlie 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 instantl when others had no eflect So to prove this and convince you of any druggist will give you a Sam pie Bottle Large size SQC and KmbrohlirlcM I KutbroldnrlcH l I Embroideries worth selling at 2 i I i the lectures are both interes in No mistake about these Ca see what Keck can show yo llopus Hitklbg Iowder Rather ingenious but not less fraudu lent are the intended tests of baking powders being made in many of ur kitchens by agents who are trying to further the sale of a Chicago These tests consist in mixing with a sample of the baking powder found in the house and of that carried by the From lhal found in the if a pure if a ie bubbles ol gas will rise and burst on op likethosci from a glass of he Chicago baking powder which tiiey when mixed wnh will show n extra froth upon the top of the mix ure which is claimed S an evidence of On the t is not only the exhibition of a jut is absolute proof that the baking owder which so acts is The civemists have ascertained that the idulterant used is a chemical added tor he express purpose of producing this action and deceiving housekeepers as to he true value of the baking This is not only a dishonest but a liny for the chemical is the product l the fifthy refuse of the slaughter and if this baking powder is used n tlie preparation of food passes into he biscuit or cake without change Of any statements made in reference to other baking by parties caught in practising such tricks as these or the purpose ol deceiving the will be entitled to no It is probably wisest in the interests of our and to prevent our food from being contaminated by tramps of this to turn all persons who wish to attempt to tamper with it unceremo niously from the and to use those articles only which experience has proved or the official tests have established as pure and Court The following cases were disposed of by ihe grand John of foreman Lone fornica John A true Lone assault and John A true Com Elizabeth i 2 John A true forni catio and Hatlie Carmi A true Alexander r 2 receiving stolen 4 malicious Henry Not a true bill on 4th but true bill on all Alexander i assault and 2 malicious John A true John Shell and Charles Shil i assault with intent to commit 2 assault and A true tion and Sarah A true MAKhlAGE f Enoch City 1 Ellen J A Womans Another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed For three months she coughed incessantly and could not She bought of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured Her name is Luther Thus write Hamrick of Shelby a trial bottle at N Shroms Drug Store Subecribe for the ADVANCE Josiah Chrislena j I Ella J f I i Sadie J Bid me I will enchant thine ear with remarkable tales of astounding cures of all sorts of suffering by Salva ion the greatest cure on earth for ljrice 25 cents a KrabrolilvrJoN J EmbroiderCM Embroideries worth now selling at 20 15 l 12 10 5 No about these Call and see what Keck can show you in rnStf DnmkoiinoBB or tlie LlqauiHabit Poaitivaly Onied by administering Haines1 Qoldon ll can bu KiyuH u cup coffee or tea without tile of the taking It U ubnulutcly iiucl will ufftct a jiurmaneiit uiul Hpecily whether the putkiit In a moderate drinker or uu alco holic Thousands uf druiikunls have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Spetilic in their coffee without their and todny lleve they quit drinking of their own tree IT NKVElt The system once linpragnated with the Specific it becomes uti utter impossibility for the Honor appetite to Kor full address UOLUKN SPECIFIC 185 Uace year PITS All Fits stopped free by Klines Great Nerve No Fits after first days Marvelous Treatise and trial bottle free to Fit Send to 931 Arch Phila Teachers March New March March March Sandy March March 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 IteHoliitloug of The LadiesMissionary So ciety ol the church of has by removal to another field of its worthy That in her removal from our Society we have loU one of our most efficient workers one who has been an active and devoted member of the So ciety its first and for the greater part of the time has been its presiding That we deeply feel the loss of her encouraging pres her w Si and judicious her liberal yet ever cherishing the memory of her earnest efforts and prayers in behalf of the cause of we most heartily commend her to those with whom she shall labor in the Mas ters Miss MAGGIE Opening the International Hull City of via entrance oi riuntington into Mexican railway competition excites much interest in commercial and railway circles The International Railway was opened for business here It was built by Huntington and asso and is practically part of the Southern Pacific Only one change of cars is necessary between this city and New or Washington or New or other American The road shortens the time to the United States by twentyfour and reduces the distance to New York or Washington by 553 Tim Verdict testifies I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best Every bottle sold has given relief in every One man took six and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years Abraham affirms The best selling medicine I have ever handled in my 20 years ex is Electric Thous ands of others have added their testi so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Kidneys or Only a half dollar a bottle at Shroms Drug r trifle with any Throat or Lung If you have a Cougli or or tho cliildrea aro threatened with Croup or Whooping use Ackers English Remedy and prevent further It is a positive and we guarantee Price Q and Sold by   

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