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Advance Argus (Newspaper) - March 15, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania MERCER MARCH have number of choice farms ami town lota which will be sold nt rt bargain wiihtn the next 3C Please inquire of j5tf pAKSI FOR The WlllUm Williams In West four and n half mllca fruiu containing 57 IB offered for sale on reasonable Apply to William Williams or In F IOR Two ncrcs of good on which la a frame with kitchen Excellent orchard and Rood Property IB situated on the Klimman two miles from Apply to RHODA ANN 20 H OUSE AND LOT FOR The fine residence and an acre and quarter of lately occupied by West is now offered for Apply by letter to Eimt or to James Ml F IOR Two lots situated on Eagle sixty feet each fronting on Kagli street and ex tending North 234 On nni Is erected a frame house In good lute property of M Terms of sale known iiy July 187 Main July 14tf TEUSEY STOCK FOR 8 Heifers 15 months will be fresh next fall old 1 not with 1 VaugonA Sons make nearly new set heavy double nearly new set single 3seated Mar 8 KENNARD The measles have attacked our town once Five new cases are Green got his foot smashed on the railroad one day last Miss Reed will spend a few weeks at There will be preaching in the Church next Sabbath conducted by the of East visited friends here last and Joseph of Clarks were the guests of Nancy Condit and McGranahan last Saturday and and we pre sume they called on Snyders broth Wilbur on their way McAdoo has closed a very successful term of school in Greene F ARM FOR The Daniel farm In Pymntuning one mile east 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 of 6th RPHANS COURT In pursuance of an order of the Orphans of Veroer there will be exposed to public upon the on APRIL At 1 the following described fal estate situate in Otter Creek Mercer bounded and described as follows All tlmt certain piece of land in above named county and Bounded North by land of Henry East by land of Henry South by land of Jacob and West by Public Road and land of Jacob Containing Hltyone acres of land and the usual with dwelling house and stable and other out All that certain other piece of situate In Otter CreeX Mercer bound ed North by land of Peter Kust by land of Henry South by land of Henry and West by land of Jacob Rash and public contain ing eight acres of more or of the purchase money to be paid upon the confirmation of said sale by the the with legal interest thereon in one yoar from the date of said The defrered payment to be secured by lien upon the premises v EPHR1AM March SAMUEL Mar83w Executors of Daniel POBSALECHEAP House and 14 acres of laud in the borough of land of the very best good well of never falling n good young orchard of benring apple Will be sold at it inquire at this War 8iimo Miss Nellie of visited here over the guest of her Miss Sue Joe who has been on the sick list for the past three is much and hopes to be able to mingle with his young friends The singing at Glory school conducted by closed on Tuesday the I3th Some of the young men and boys amused themselves throwing but perhaps they forgot that corn was worth 35 cents per bushel in the or they would nave saved This section is being canvassed by parties from selling gro at about the same price the or better can be bought from dealers in your town but these oilytongued gents seem to have the gift of The only query with us is why farmers will pay cash for goods in a dis tant State when they can buy at home and by so doing build up home trade and also improve our It is an open secret that these peddlers will no buy any of our farm produce and as wc cant get cash for what are we to do thtre has been received in return a par simonious This has taken the wind out of the sail of heretofore buoy ant It should be here distinctly understood that the eastern border ol ihe State adjoining including the first and second tier ol are not in cluded withm the scops of this It is with southwestern and western Kansas that we have to During past nine years there have been two fair crops ol three of one of sour more sour than anything else in this of two of raspberries At the Centennial Exhibition in Phila delphia in 1876 Kansas was awarded the first premium on That was glory enough to mantle the entire State ante dating that period two years by taking n the grasshopper There are great with whom the writer joins n full who entertain very hide jendent opinions concerning that Nine rustling years ot experience ind observation in the climatic condij ions of the country has demonstrated fact that the section of country above to in the nature of ever become a successful fruit growing To this tin ad and unflinching declaialion may be interposed a single The and Champion grape cannot perhaps be excelled in any country thus far in the and They have been exempt from any blighting Pears are not a yet some claim to the con That is a fruit country must be but tacitly admitted to be a very poor The fruit prob lem in a nutshell is on a par with grain the sparse seasons always pre All propositions from any source whatever thrusting Kansas in advance of all fruit beaing States of our country are un reasonable and KO rUVSIO WITH ulJIl Court The following is part of the court pro ceedings of last week The ose of wife can ge cas or w with it We think it would be better to James I Porter was taken ar patronize home so that they can patronize Thomas McNeil returned last QEOEGE Mnnutacturer of Aprons for the 523 DPenn 58 60BA nderson Allegheny after April Write for descriptive mr5ly KSTAHUSHKP Diploma AwnnliMl First 1rcmlum Soromo Industrial and Diploma Awarded 1KKU ttt 1eimu Stntc KRMIIPS English Blue Black Writing Fluid Hits no Hill Many Try it once and be convinceil Send for manufactured by B DFIHIvIIISr Sold Wholesale and Retail nt 3807 Heim for fountain Atl Uvt SHENANGO LAKE ERIE Time March i dOHTH BOUNll 6 M 4 2 M 21 M I 1 f2f 10 5 J 35 Shenango Fredonia Mercei Pardoe Grove SOUTH BOUND 3 5 12 17i 32 Coaltowu Junctin Keisters 23 S 27 1 12 12 2K 55S 000 C 20 6 29 C 48 0 58 7 11 723 7 27 7 7 38 7 43 7 53 8 02 8 1U 820 8 25 BOtTIl POUND TKA1SS 12 00 11 B U 8 30 8 4 40 4 30 11 00 5 Koy 9 10 5 00 45 20 30 Friday night from a four weeks visit to James of Greene who has suffered with rheumatism for some took a cold last and though not considered dangerously died Sat urday morning at five Christy was one of the most successful farmers of this He was a mem ber of the Jamestown and a man highly David Cochran is said to be dan gerously Dennison has just returned Monday from a nothern John telegraph repairer on the fell from a pole last and now rides about on and of Ando visited their parents here last J Fraise the was at the Hazen House last William aRed sixty three died of on Feb ruary at his residence in Mosier Crawford where he had lived and practiced his profession with the highest success for thirtysix Gamble was born in ol ScotchIrish lib John being a native of Like his the Doctor was a staunch Scotch Presbyte but his hand was ever open to aic Christian workers of whatsoever At the age of nineteen he sue cessfully taught the higher Latin and and in his twenty fourth year began the study of medicine with in this graduat ing in the Electrical Medical College of Gamble was twice Ins first wife having died some fifteen years His widow is a neice of John of who made an envi able reputation in Congress in the palmy days of slavery by fighting the encroachments of the peculiar institu tion on free Deceased leaves two brothers of this and Hugh whose farm joins the bor ough on the Adamsville five three sons and two daugh all in the old The Doctor was one of the compara tive few who do what they can to ben efit the The first step to the highest is to remember thy Creator in the days of thy As hat is a natural it cannot be ne jlected without serious Obedience ceeps the mind in the way of wisdom whose paths are pleasantness and peace This is the secret of the Doctors emi nent success as a student a a a r Christian in his among his at the bedside of the sick in in and in remember ing the Such rest from their la bors and their works follow gued Wednesday the Court reversing his The grand jury completed their labors Wednesday and were dis Carl seduction and Delia pros Continued to next John maltreat ment of con True James aggra vated assault and and assault and battery Thomas True unlaw fully hawking and and hawk ng and peddling by canvassing for the sale of Martin Crane True charged with True obstructing a John True MERCER ss The grand inquest of the Common A Vhusphntto tinning IowUor that Dangerous If Not That is rather a dangerous proposi put forth by the manufacturers of some of the patented or proprietary arti cles of that their products possess a superior wholesomeness because they contain a drug of some particular medi cinal have their places as specifics for different and are invaluable medical each in its But they are not The ohysician who would prescribe either or or three timts a day to woman and sick or because either of such drugs is a well known remedy for some certain would receive but little honor from the fraternity and less prac tice from the No one will controvert this statement yet we find manufacturers of baking powders cjaiming superior hygienic vir tue tor their productions and uiging their continuous use because they are alleged to carry the phosphate used in making them a cheap substitute for cream ol procured from the bones of aead animals into tne although well as they must ol the tact that with the constant use of such article this article must pass into our systems no matter what may be our physical con ditions or or whether or nut we may be suffering from some ail ment wherein the use of such drug would be positively Both alum and phosphate are useful medica ments m certain diseases but they should no more be taken indiscriminately day after day without the prescription of a ihysician than aconite or calo nel there are conditions of the particularly with when tie prudent physician would be loath to ermit the use of lime phosphates even a The fallacy of this claim ol the manu faciureis of phosphatic baking powders will be apparent to all when the wel known to is that ir average health and with ordinary food the body gets more phosphates than are required or can be as is evi deuced by the fact that they are con stantly being expelled in the excretions both solid and liquid likewise the stale ment that is necesbary to add phosphate to the baking powder to restore to the Hour those which have been ii the for it is true that fine fiou as at present made actually contain a larger percentage of phosphates thai thf wheat The object of baking powders is no I to provide the body with a simply to vesiculate or make light th so as to render it when jaked easy ot mastication and perfectly The most celebrated experts in the business have worked for the per fection of an article that should do this adding to or taking from the flour nor in any way effect ing a change in its properties or constit When this has been done the perfect leavening agent has been discov The manufacturers of the Royal Baking Powder have succeeded in this so far as to secure a leavening agent that vesiculates and raises the loaf most per Denth of Robert Robert a brother ol the late Samuel of this died at his late residence at In diana on Saturday in the 79th year of his Johnston was well known in this As early as 1852 or 1853 he located and was in terested in the coal business for a residing in the Mansion West After a few he returned to Indiana After the death of his brother Samuel he spent some time here settling up the He was a most excellent man in every and a leading member of the His estate owns the Chamberlain on Main now occupied by Washburns hardware es and the residence formerly occupied by on Shenango Johnsons wife survives as well as one Martin and four Noble of McKeesport Samuel ol Blairsville Miss an unmarried and of formerly of this place The luneral took place on Ouuth of John HI Aler an illness of about one weeks from John Ben mghoff died at his late residence in ietnpfield township early on Sabbath aged 52 5 months and 4 t appears that he had been engaged in aking out timber for a and while o engaged one day was taken with a evere The case soon developed nto acute and bafrlled al period of sixt That the members of this Lodge hereby tender their sincere sym pathy and condolence to the bereaved family in their sad That these resolutions be inscribed upon the minutes of the Lodge and published in the city papers and a copy of the same presented to the family of the deceased FRANK GIB The New The Greenville Creamery Company has been enlarged by taking in three new and the shares made sixths instead of The new partners are Jay Captain Harpst and the last named gentle man being a practical butter McCurdy and Hood will be the business McCurdy is well known in this section as straightforward and Hood comes amongst us highly The firm is a strong consisting now of Tillotson Heilman Allen Turner and the gentlemen above and can command all the capital needed to push the business to almost any We are informed that the company expects within a day or two a full supply of Cooley such as they expect to lave and will furnish them on ad vantageous terms to all who desire to become customers ol the The company invite farmers to inform them selves concerning this new as they believe that it will prove of great value to It will furnish a ready cash niArket for their cream at figures which will pay them better than they can wealth of now inquiring in and for the body of the county of Mer cer upon thtir oaths and affirmations do present That we visited the county alms house in a bndy and found the same wt11 kept and in good the flat portion of the which we would recommend the painting We also visited the county jail ami found I cent the same well ktpt and but would recommend the painting and papering of the part used as a dwelling and would also recommend the papering ol the Sheriffs office in the Court ami also ihe painting and papering of the Prothonntarys We would also recommend that the county bridge span ning the Shenango at Wheatland be re and without changing the proper paired as soon as as the same has been reported to our body as being ties of the while the residuum from it has reduced to a The acid to produce vhis result is not but the acid ul highly refined cream of UK health renders that power perfectly pure ami more reliable and healthful than any The re ofiicial iesis on ihe other that the best the phosphatic bak ing powder makers can do is to produce an article that is onethird or more resi duum or We want our fod pure especially do ve not wish to take lime nd jhosphates with it at the dictum of manufacturers who may find it cheaper to claim a virtue fur the impurities than to remove nedical and resulted latally as John Edward Benninghoff WAS the fourth son of the late John and Elizabeth and was botn 1835 in Cherrytree Venango county in which place he resided with hi parents till grown to He married Miss Anna a native of and went to housekeeping on a farm near on which he resided until the spring of 1865 when he purchased a farm in Seneca and lived on it till the spring of when he removed to this his father having bought for him the Benja min Atkinson and Stull farms in Hempfield and on which he resided at the time of his The deceased leaves a wife and a family of nine five daughters and four but one of the Fletcher having obtained her ma The funeral services took place at the Lutheran church on Tuesday at 2 and were conducted by Kun pastor of the assisted by Rehrig Tne were deposited in Ihe family It possibly make it pay in the ordinary pro cess of making Applications for cans may be made to any member of the and they will be supplied as rapidly as Do not walk the floor all night to the ceaseless music of a colic suffering Bulls Baby Syrup will relieve the little sufferer at JOHN Greenville The shortest and quickest route mid Through Greenville to on trains U and Through Allegheny to taln 4 and Through nnd baagage checked through from all principal stations on the fc to the abov Genl Genl and Ticket PROCEEDINGS THIS John maltreat ment of Verdict of not guilty nd county to pay James assault ind Lore fornica Verdict of same for assault and Verdict of not guilty and defendant and prosecutor John Owen each to pay half he MARRIAGE f Alton West Salem f George j Fredrick XEmirm J Venango 1 Lake J f Ellis I f f Butler Etta Butler j Otter Creek Slma j f King Mill Creek French J remains in our of After a painful and weaty illness of I Jury List of jurors drawn for the Monday of 1888 J M Charles Wm N D S Jacob R G Samuel Shenaugo Cvrus L F B W O S H A L MoffetJ G Chatty G E Sanely Lake Dr E X E Sarnl Win Morgan J F Samuel M Frank Mc Low Sates to Pacific OoafcU The new agreement between tbe transconti nental linen authorizes ft lower rate to fadlic coast points via the route than Is made via any other Frequent ex Accommodations For and other apply to General Passenger KANASAS HARVEY March Editor Advance Argiis That the writer may encounter strong and perhaps bitter opposition from many zealous Kansans in the following de scription of the fruit bearing qualities of this there can scarcely be a I am ardent lover of fruit and have spent much time and money in growing fruit trees of various since my advent J Greenville Delaware Win Wm John five during which hope and fear as to the final issue rapidly succeeded eacli Frederick Beatty died at the residence of his parents on East on Monday evening at 6 aged 24 years last Deceased was the youngest son of ex i Commissioner Wm and a young fourth man who stood very high in the estima tion of a very large circle of relatives and He was a member of the firm of Beatty shoe who were succeeded by Emery Brothers some three years since which time up till the date ol the commencement of his illness he was engaged with Tillot son dry goods merchants of this He was a great sufferer dur ing his and was fully resigned and ready for the Masters call when it He had been a member of the Presbyterian church since about the date of the retirement of having connected at the last communion held by the retiring pastor A year ago last deceased mar ried Clara daughter of on The Kond The following is an act passed at the last session of the Pennsylvania Legisla ture Be it that from and after the passage of this the road com missioners and other officers having in charge the constructing and re pairing of public highways and bridges in any township in this Common are hereby at their to purchase for the use of their respective district road machines and such other implements and materials as from time to be found necessary in the con structing and repairing of said highways and If necessary for the payment of the imple ments and materials mentioned and re ferred to in the first section of this the road commissioners or other proper officers having in charge the constructing and repairing of public highways and bridges in the several townships of this Common may and they are hereby author ized to in not ex ceeding twentyfive per centum of the rates or assessments by them respective ly laid in each year for road such cash tax to be collected in the same manner that other road taxes not work ed out are by law Crow buy a bottle dem Salvation Dey cure your rheumatis 25 Butler is deter mined to have a State Normal for the district composed of Bea ver and Allegheny and has subscaibed for that purpose Centreville one third of the size of but Hall would like to see Sharon do onethird as good as Centreville for his new Sharon Every one who has expressed his praises the virtues of the golden specific for all liver and stom ach Price 25 joiiHiimptlou Hiirely To the Please inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for the above named By its to this much famed f Robert Mary f Wolf Creek t Rachel Wolf f Bessie f J J Homeliest Man In As well as the and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial of Kemps Balsam kinds for the throat and a remedy that is selling entirely upon W F McClel W S Joseph Sandy Lake M New J E G B FotliMii People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond I the reach of They often 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 etlect after taking the first Price SQC Trial size At all its merits and is guaranteed to cure and relieve all chronic of ompensatlonforP anxious toil and care Price 90 and in nd acute asthma bronchitis and and she survives cases All cotton goods at public who take the old papers are The well aware of an but Keck will hold out at old The funeral services were held at the residence of his father on Wednesday at 2 of the Pres byterian The mem bers of Alhambra Lodge of of of which he was a were j present in a body at the funeral and par ticipated in the At a special meeting of Alhambra the following resolutions of respect were adopted It has pleased Him who doeth all things well to remove from our midst our beloved Fred therefore be it That in his death our Lodge feels the loss of a worthy who by his faithfulness to duty won the re spect of all his That the charter of this Lodge be draped in mourning for the be glad to send two bottles of my reme dy FREE to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send me their express and post office Re 181 Pearl New J s6m is is becausa it ia the beat Blood Preparation It will posi tively cure all Blood purifies the wkole and thoroughly builds up the guarantee Sold by EmbroltlerieH Embroideries Embroideries worth now selling at 20 15 12 10 5 No mistake about these Call and see what Keck can show you in m8tf
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