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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - March 22, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                MERCER MARCH TjtoR I have number of choice arms and own lots which will be sold nt A bargain within the next 8C Please inquire of j5tt FOB The William Williams in Wenl Salem our and a lalf Kilos tram containing 57 is offered or sale on reasonable Apply to William Williams or In Jan Fo Two acres of good on which is a frame with kitchen Excellent orchard and good Properly situated on the Kinsman road two miles from Apply to RHOUA ANN 20 Pa H OUSE AND LOT FOR The flne residence and an acre and a quarter lately occupied by West Side now offered for Apply by letter to East o to James Ml Two lots situated on Eagle Greenville Hlxty feet each fronting on Kaglo street and ex tending North 234 On one Is erected a fran house in good late property of Terms of nude known oy July 187 Main Street July 14tf The people of this vicinity were hocked to hear of a child being burned o death last Monday morning in our ittle Hoobler went on an errand to one of her near neighbors and left her two a little boy and girl aged 7 and three playing n the During her absence they found some and the little bovs clothing took and when found a short afterwards his clothes were all burned off except his shoes and a 3and around his He just breathed twice after being picked Miss Walker Gelvin is on the sick Miss Effie of is visiting friends in this EAST Is sugarmaking or has it com menced yet is the question that is daily being Hover has returned from where he has been attending Dental and wiK go into business thenth rain commenced I and as the day advanced the wind shifted to the Northwest and the mercury ran down to a few degrees below A violent snow storm set in and during Monday and Tuesday continued with such violence as to render if not dan at least extremely unpleasant to venture out of All the rail leading into the city were blocked and no mails from New York City or other northern points were received until Telegraph signs and trees were and in numerous in stances buildings were Upon the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad between this city and Philadelphia thous ands oltelegraph poles were broken down and for fortveight hours tele graphic communication was entirely sus Fourteenhundred excursionists from Northern and Central New York who had expected to return to their homes early in the found themselves snowbound in a city which their imagin ations had pictured as the ideal city of the Sunny the New York papers are sold upon the streets of Washington as early JERSEY STOCK FOB 3 Heifers 15 months will he fresh next fill 3year old 1 mare not with 1 VaugonA Sons make nearly new set heavy double nearly now set single 2aeated Mar 8 F ARM FOR The Daniel Uitub farm In Pyraatitning one mile east of containing tbirty five hoisc and excellent waterT goed or chard will be lold on rcasonablo Also the ad joining farm by coulaininp thirtyeight nnd ooebalf Inquire of Oth at We wish him success in his McAdoo and Gershan of this are now breaking on Ihe Erie Thomas McDowell and son are rebuilding their carriage and blacksmith shop that was burned last It is very near They expect to soon be at work again and do as large a business as they did John Parker is reported to be in a very critical condition at She has been sick for several Little hopes are entertained of her TO The directors of West Salem will receive sealed bids for the erection of four school houses In said to be completed by October the Namely One to be built in the Artmun district on lot bought of Joseph Culvert one in the McLaughlin district on lot bought of McLnughlin one In the Tunison district on or neur where the old house stood and one in the Porter district near the cross and cnst of the old Plane and specifications to be seen at the store of Samuel where all bido are to be All bids to be in on or before April at 1 oclock Bids are to be given for each house seperntely and for all four tiiken The board reserves the right to reject any or all By order of the DAVID Greenville March flvr as ten oclock upon the day of publica tiropped and picked and away we went through the bright creep ing cautiously over the long bridge that spans the and then flying reckless of 48 miles an through the beautiful blue grass country and over the hills of course of time the fact becam upon my minor consciousness that I had not that there was no Buffet car on the and that we were mak ing no I at once ri aforesaid expression into and the conductor and neighboring pas sengers looked but informed that the best thing hope for was a possible cup of at where we would stop minutes about one would stop for dinner at so there was nothing to do but to nibble a sandwich in forced contentment and get the famine of the body in the feast of the which 1 did THE MOUNTAIN Soon after leaving Lexington we en tered the mountain The head light of the locomotive was for from that time until the end of the days ride we passed through 27 the vay all a creepje that at with my hand tucked under my husbands I was measuring paces with him along the of Greenville Public School foi Ihe Month Ending March i Orange trees swung hrl T1 M 17 globes above my red SO O w cs a In across the fence to brush 3 o s 3 o S and plum trees showered cT S 3 re t I across my o Buffet re maktrht this Is yonder lies the Hay That Spanish Cavaliers upon their unknown o 3 S cr a ff o 3 3 W 2 M o O in ci ft j far and faded JT a rt ng to their eyes so calm and placid 1U JJ it I bright and o drifted on w th silent lips LVJ VI IVi Cf Holy Ohost was offee at Ea lies a fortress a field of e here as years Increase The useless cannon hide their heads CO H Cn so snow while sands of e a dry aflfl foi Rulf winds the orange orchards M 8 allvi iwi feast form dark trtcs like Vrt vo en A UDITOHS In Ro Sale of Real Estate In the Orphans Court of of Mercer At Charles 59 of And now March motion the Court ap point an Auditor In this case to make distribution of the proceeds of liy TDK To all persons interested take Hint I will at tend to the duties of my above at my In vbe borough of said on Urn Oth day of next at 10 oclock in the when and where all parties interested are requested to present their claim before the under or be forever after debarred from coming in upon the said March Mar 2231 Charles BeiPs house burnt to the ground last Wednesday Beaver has bought a lot near Oak Grove school James Wick has purchased a part of the McLean Miss Daisy McLean and Miss Grace Stevenson are the sick Miss Louie Orr is going to teach the Stevenson Lester Roberts intends to move to Thomos Fisher and family are go ing to Eupheme Thompson has returned from a three months visit in Ella Heller is able to be about Benson smiles and says it is a boy this Fell O RIHANS COURT Miss Sylvia McKenzie has the school engaged for this Joe Stevenson lias the JOLLY In pursuance of an order of the Orphans of Meroer there will exposed to public upon tlie on APRIL All the following described estate situate in Otter Creek Mercer bounded and described as follows All that certain piece of land in above named county and Bounded North by land of Henry East by land of Henry South by luml of Jacob and West by Public Unad and land of Jacob Containing fiftyone acres of land and the usual with dwelling house nnd stable and other out All that certain other piece of situate in Olter Creek Mercer bound ed North by land of Peter East by land of Henry South by land of Henry and West by land of Jacob Bash and public contain ing eight acres of more or of the purchase money to be paid upon the confirmation of sairt sale by the the with legal Interest thereon in one year from the date of said The defrered payment lobe secured by lien upon the premises KPHRUM SAMUEL Alar83w Executors of Daniel dec The family of Moses of South are afflicted by the loss of a son and aged 21 who died last Sabbath after a long illness with inflammatory The Presbyterian young peoples Mis sion Band had a supper at Gard Monday The attendance was overwhelming and the revenue The Adamsville McQuistons flour ing mill men were to be here Tuesday to make final jrrangements for taking the old mill site on which to give Jamestown sight of a new flour A number pi our mechanics assembled near the said site to get a sight at jobs on the new But after hanging around the old site all day on the ragged edge of hope without getting a sight of the mill they gradually dropped off to their re spective But Jamestown wil1 have a new mill by and Gamble has been retired from bus ness by a cold fora few Davis McMaster are after their spring stock of goods this but not a single paper was received last week until A remarkable effect of the storm was the fall of water in the During the continuance of the storm the water was so low as to cause a total suspen sion of river The ferry boats that ply between this city and Alexan dria were compelled to tie up at the Most of the steamers and other vessels anchored along the wharves were either sunk in the mud or high and dry on the The bottom of the river was laid bare in many plares and frozen so hard as to enable persons to walk for long distances along the chan This remarkable occurrence was due to the continued gale from the north which nad the effect of literally blowing the water down On Friday while the last rites of the dead Emperor were in progress in far ofi the German residents of the Ambassadors of for eign and the people of the United through the President and his testified their respect for the great ruler by their attendance upon im pressive memorial services which were held in the Lutheran church in the north western section of the The inter ior of the church was deeply draped in and the walls and balconies heavy were in in striking con trast to the brilliant uniforms of the for eign ministers and the attaches of the various The services were conducted by Mueller and were exceedingly and at their con clusion the members of the diplomatic corps pressed forward and thanked Mueller for his The services were officicially reported to the German Government at Berlin by Baron who was in Notwithstanding the general prostra ion of business occasioned by the great Congress has by no means been The near approach of the time for lolding the great political las had the effect of reminding the members thai they must be diligent in order to dispose of the several important measures so as to reach an early adjourn The International Council of which is to convene in this city on the 25th will undoubtedly be the most longest being one mile in We f t SALE CHEAP House and IK acres of land in the borough of land of the very best good well of novor failing a Rood yoiiHK orchard of bearing apple Will be at il Inquire at this office Mar 83mo She Tried and A leading chemist of New York says No plasters of such merit as the AthlophorosPlastershnveever before been They are a novelty because they are not made simply to sell they are the best that skill and money can mid will do what IB claimed for For they are 404 Fulton The Atulo pharos acted liko mairic It IH the but I ever trlcd and I crossed High which crosses the Kentucky river at a height of 291 the highest railroad bridge in the and the highest but one m the Farther on we crossed a trustle one mile long and of an almost equally dizzy The wildness and grandeur of the scenery inspires a solemn Oc casionally we caught glimpses of lovely sheltered valleys hidden and one could fancy forgotten but that a curling wreath ol blue smoke rising into the upper air betrayed a humon We passed the wreck of the two trains that met between two tunnels and went down a sixty foot embankment to gether three days The engines were inextricably welded The difference ol a second of time and they would have met in either and not one soul could have been We have passed the summit of the Cumberland range and are speeding down grade at a fearful rate of The short winter afternoon is drawing to to a Through occasional rifts and gaps in the mountains a glory oi sunset light is flashed from the West through dreary gorges and lonely val leys with most startling Through one of these gaps comes the Emory river as if it flowed a stream of gold from the sun It turns into a dar kening gorge and we follow for miles and miles as if to overtake We can not see the sky only two bare walls of the green water of the mountain river lashed to foam over its rocky bed that and the fly that is No sign of any form of life or human habi Just the foamlashed the flying the granite We rum ble over a bridge and through a tunnel and swing out into a wide which me for an instant like the very portal of but which I learn is only a large number of coke ovens in full We socn reach Chatanooga one hour and a half Of my train is so we go to the Willard House and pass a comfortable The trailing gray mutts Tamps I Tampa I near Ihe iiilfB warm Who would not linger here on ihe Ihe orange gardens June smlleth all the Whore never comes the nor the Nor summers fiercer Where never cease the mocking birds to Nor roses new to ALICE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AND important gathering of women ever held in Many ladies frorii foreign countries have already arrived in the city and others are coming by each incoming The morning afforded me a fine view of Lookout Mountain and the National where so many brave men AinonlH III linking From Hie Scientific Among the recent discoveries in sci ence and none is more impor tant than the uses to which common amonia can be properly put as a leaven ing and which indicate that this amiiiar salt is hereafter to perform an active part in the preparation of our daily The carbonate of amonia is an ex ceedingly volatile Place a small portion of it upon a knife and hold over a and it will almost imme diately be entirely developed into gas and pass off into the The gas thus formed is a simple combination of nitro gen and No residue is left from the This gives it its su periority as a leavening power over soda and of tartar used and has induced its use as as a supplement to these A small quantity of amonia in the dough is effective in pro ducing bread that will be and more wholesome than that risen by any other leavening When it is acted upon by the heiit of the leavening gas that raises the dough is In this act it uses itself as leavingno trace or residuum The flaky so de sirable in and so sought after by professional is said to be imparted to them only by the use of this The bakers and baking powder man ufacturers producing the finest goods have been quick to avail themselves of this useful and the hand somest and best bread and cake are now largely risen by the aid of amonia com of with other leavening Amonia is one of the best known pro ducts of the as seems to beJHstly claimed for the application of its properties to the purposes of cook results in giving us lighter and more wholesome biscut and it will prove a boon to dyspeptic and will speedily force itself into gener o S vO en O VO VO 10 en vO trf M W 00 yo Oo vo ON GJ M M vo 00 O CTl Co VO H en vc VO 00 VO 00 vO CO CO O CO The report lor tardiness is very grati showing only 78 cases for the When it is remembered that our first monthly report showed 194 it is plain that pupils and parents are beginning to look at tardiness in a more serious We still suffer from and the time of year is coming when pupils have their annual attackof spring fever and want to leave All guar dians and friends of pupils are requested to do their utmost to secure prompt and regular attendance for the remainder of the The spring is one of the best times to study it is certainly one of the most important periods of the school for pupils are then going over sub jects that are new and The final examinations come at the close of the term and promotions are then It will be next to impossible for those who do not take these examinations to go on with their In the whole year there are only 160 days which pupils are required to spend in This leaves 205 days for for for church and for Surely there is not a day to spare from the days devoted to Said many Our plasters urn all about tho same but 4SSend C cents for the teftuUM colored pic Moorish 112 Wall Where AieTpn Going yill be lurnlahed t Davis preached his farewell ser mon in the Baptist Church on Sabbath The communitv in general re gret the Revs departure from our The warmest attachment exist between pastor and We are glad to state that Bruce is able to resume work again and will fill his pulpit on the coming No preventing of and of spent Sabbath in Miss Adella McDowell returned to Waterford this week to resume her du ties as a teacher in the school at that Our public schools will open on Tues day next with Smith as principa and Miss Maxwell and Miss Stnght as The closing entertainment of the pub lic school was said to be highly credit able to the Miss Minnie Hazen left on Monday to attend the Lebanon institute during th spring Miss Elsie Limber expects to return to Waterford the coming Miss of is at presen the guest of She came the to receive medical The sick on our sick list are all re ported John Axtell has bought the Pres FLOKIOA Editor Advance Argus quickened by the pricks of recalls certain promises made o many friends in Greenville that I would let them hear from me when I cached I rashly promised so and such a length of time has that I think the better plan vould be to send my letter to the AD trusting to the gallantry 1 o we and tender mercy of the editor tor my byterian parsonage anJ there the first of will remove riends obtaining the promised informa I left Greenville in the gray dawn of a December morning with affectionate regrets and tender memories tugging at my heirt The four weeks spent there had slipped away so pleasantly and so rabidly after an absence of several 1 will only say of my trip into the oil It you have never gone from Butler to Petersburg over the It will pay you if you ad mire a picturesque I spent eight days most pleasantly in Clarion and then went to Allegheny contrary to previously arranged I remained until the evening of January I found the twin cities delight ful during the holiday season and hear tily enjoyed the crisp Christmas and the whistling snow storm of the 3ist well knowing that my eyes would long be strangers to another such a 1 left Pittsburg for Cincinnati over the And right here I want to give some gratuitous Never attempt to make two miles in thirty min utes dpsvn rough Allegheny streets in a twowheeled cab with a Sar atoga trunK on the I know whereof I But my perturbation subsided and my pulse and temperature soon be came normal when 1 found myself en sleep under the soil they died to gain or Our train passed directly over the plain that reaches from Chatanooga to the foot of Missionary On our right was Orchard from where General Grani and his Staff watched and directed the course of the To our left the Tennessee river sparkled in the morning and within a few miles we crossed the vacillating Chicka mauga seven We slipped through a gap in the mountains and went ofl in fine Mountains are always in sight but purple phantoms on the eastern horizon and again so near we can see the roads winding like sheep paths to the One bolder than his fellows opposes our course with a solid wall of We pierce his heart and go on our way An hour past noon we reach My poor pen does not need to sing the praises of al use in the new field to which science has assigned ableinlorm will save timo and call In person where realy toanswer above questions BbovJd out and preserve this notice lor future is may become Address General Passenger General Eastern lor new map ol Agen FITS Klines All Fits stopped free by Great Nerve No Fits after first days Marvelous Treatise and trial bottle free to Fit Send to 931 Arch Phila March Editor Advance Arpus It may be truly said that the week that has drawn to a close has been the most eventful week in the history of Never before has the Na tional Capital been as effectually and completely cut off from communication with the outside and never before has it experienced storm asUiat of that beautiful I spent four delight ful days with a fine old southern family who entertain all the traditional oldtime southern January 8 finds me on my homeward way with 800 miles yet to Central Georgia is accomplished in the and Southern Georgia is little more than a monotonous succession of turpentine Our train meets with numerous and the evening of the gth finds me in still 250 miles from myjourueys end The morning of Jan uary loth had the sweetness of May in air and Our train left at We were soon out of the city and speed ing We passed gardens that looked as yours will in July if the season is and an orchard of alternate orange and pear the lormer laden with golden the latter pink For TOO miles we are in almost con stant view of the Johns and the eyes of the traveler is rejoiced with pic turesque scenery strongly characteristic of the semitropical region we have On leaving Sanford we strike southwest across the peninsula straight for the Gnle of the The landscape grows essentially tropical as we near the Southern Gulf The day has grown excessively warm and with Public on thu Court and Tabtrnucle of thn The of will exhibit his model of the tabernacle of giving an exposition of the same showing its and The camp of Israel with the tribes in their respective positions as they lay encamped around the The order upon the The move ments of the host as directed by the pil lar of fire and of The court ot separation between the sanctuary and the The various articles of furniture such as the altars of burnt offering and the the table of shew ark of the he planks and pillars of this ancient golden church and louse of The work ot the com mon priests in their daily ministrations and the work of the high priest on the reatday of The consumma tion of all these things in the gospel dis pensation and in the heavenly All are invited to come and take a trip to the wilderness and see for themselves that more can be learned in one hour from this lecture and exhibition than a dozen volumes upon the same subject in a months To be exhibited in the Church of this place at Next again our train is 1 solemnly Bogus Baklug Powder Rather ingenious but not less frau dulent are the intended tests of baking powders being made in many of our kitchens by agents who are trying to further the sale of a Chicago These socalled tests consist in mixing with a sample of the baking powder found in the house and of that carried by the From that found in the if a pure the bubbles of gas will rise and burst on top like those from a glass of The Chicago baking powder which they when mixed with will show an extra froth upon the top of the mix ture which is claimed as an evidence of On the it is not only the exhibition of a but is absolute proof that the baking powder which so acts is The chemists have ascertained that the adulterant used is a chemical added for the express purpose of producing this action and deceiving housekeepers as to the true value oi the baking This is not only a dishonest but a dirty for the chemical is the product of the filthy refuse of the slaughter and if this baking powder is used in the preparation of food passes into the biscuit or cake without Of any statements made in reference to other baking powders by parties 15 cents for adults and 10 cents for children under ten years of caught in practicing such tricks as these for the purpose of 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 at tempt to tamper with it unceremoniously from the and to use those articles only which experience has proved satis or the official tests have estab lished as pure and sconced in a Pullman morning the first information that greeted assure a traveling companion that I an me was that our train was late and we a and am henceforth regarded At The Handsomest Iatly in Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemps Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was superior rem as it stopped her cough instantly when others had no efiect So to prove this and convince you of Sift any druggist will give you a SanS ple Bottle Large size 500 and An exchange says The young folks of a neighboring city have organized the Tongue Guard Society whose object is to guard against saying anything im proper to or about Each offense is punished by a fine of one to be placed in a box in the the fund lo go toward buying a circulating libra The funds of many churches could be materially increased by such i were almost certain to miss the morning train on the Cincinnati I at once assumed an expression of counte nance thai 1 keep in reserve for special The effect was I soon saw the train and sleeping car conductor in earnest They informed me that in case we reached the Junction before the Southern train to drop me and my baggage at the Junc tion and signal them to pick me their scheme succeeded I was the twinkling lights of Tampa came in 1 heaved a sigh of thanking my stars that my meals as a traveler were at length at an when thumps thud 1 and the gen tlemanly conductor appeared at the door to say that we were off the track and would the passengers please alight and walk to the I failed to think of anything just then that would do the subject My trials and tribula Rinbroiderlea I 1 Embroideries worth now selling at 20 No mistake about these 15 12 10 Call arid see what Keck can show you in m8tf UttiiNumittUtu To the inform your readers that I have a positive remedy i for the above named disease By its i timely use thousands of hopeless have been permanently I shall 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 i8r Pearl New J   

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