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   Shenango Valley Argus, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1875, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                t AM MAY 19 THE VALLEY ARGUS jgpOBMSHEP BVBBY 8ATTTBDAY At bv XAUor tt Office 183 Main OO per In EVERY VARIETY OF JOB PRINTING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND we are constantly receiving new type and ma are all Improved power gives ns unsurpassed facilities for filling orders RATES OF Ten HneB or less makes one BUSINESS INSURANCE ENRY LIFE AND Accident General Insurance Of fice doors cast of Represent thejeadlngjumpaniea of the INSURANCE AGENT FOR Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Represents firttclass Accident and Farm Stock Insurance Money loaned to the insured at 6 per cent inter Horses and Cattle insured against theft and address HOTELS 1 501 S col col col f 3w Ira 4 00 6 3m 8m 9m NATIONAL Grebblej WESTERN MAIN WEST German patronage as well as that of American citizens Is most ro spectfully Thill p HUBBARDS 70 CHESTNUT Meals and Ice Soda Ottawa and Ganger Oysters at wholesale and No intoxicating liquors Obitu to be paid for In will be charged extra for Dissolution and other not connected per Y Administrators and Executors Address all communications to THE VALLEY BUSINESS ALIIAMBRA LODGE t Meets at Odd Fellows in Goodwins Main on the first and third Thursday evenings of each JOHN UARDIAN Meets second and fourth Thtjrseag evenings of each month in Odd Fellows Goodwins UREKA MEETS ttrst and third Mondays of every in Goodwins MOUND HOLY ROYAL ARCH Meets second and fourth Mon days in each in Goodwins Green ATTOnNEY Counselor at Mercer East of ATTORNEY AT W Goodwins 2d Green ATTORNEY AT LAW and Surveyor and North side ATTORNEYA TL A W Mercer Pa Office northeast corner of AT A GREENNILLE Meets in their hall in Merchants Main every Tuesday Visiting brothers cordially invited to W REENVILLE GRANGE OF MEET first and third Saturdays in each in Commercial third Secy LIVERY CANAL nearly opposite Pack ards Commercial Good horses fine Terms SPIERS near Main HORSE to Collections SMerceTand adjoining loan on bond and W ATTORNEY AT OraSlle Commlss Deeds for and Agent for Fire and Accident promptly attended T G ATTORNEY AT MER Professional business promptly tended and collections made In Mercer and adjoining Money loaned on land and North Bide In new brick SHOP ON CORNER OF Race and Clinton Shoeing of trottlnir road and draft Satisfaction Diseases ot the horses feet such as quarter toe and sand corns and chronic will receive special JOSBPU fesBional business pro tlons made in Mercer and f Office in Thompsons Kooras I ATTORNEYS AT DRESS FASHIONABLE DRESS Full Hue of latest Rooms over Tllottsons Main Pro Collec CONTRAC tor and JUSTICES OF THE PEACE NOTARY with CoL Green E JUSTICES TUB office In Hamllle BHck second neatly opposite the Mam CoUttcUon promptly attended Vr G office over tho Exchange corner Mam and Cimal all BUIlvllife Hair dying a office corner Mam and Water streets ti r r v MARTIN wnaf fbrtdw in Martin RalBtonB drug MiTLHELL Depot near Office over Milluonee s Main Green Residence on Main I r LINDENAU THYSICIAN AND sUit Cgeon Contultatlon llsh OfficeOver Drv Goods storeopen day and Main H THE I KpSeHof Medicine Having Permanen ly located in takes thft method o informing the public that he can be i at al honrsat lls office over HarwdwareBtor and in front of the ABOOS except w lien oui on Having had a large in practice he now feels compete and ready to treat all diseases of chronic o acute Chronic discuses a TELEGRAPHERS KET810NE OPEN DAY AND Penna TELEGRAPHIC AN OCEAN WRECK OF THE 8TEA3ISIII1 8CHII LEU IN THE KNIJLISH Terrible toss of Vessel a Ledge During a Dense Hun dred and Fortytwo three Persons Including three nml Eleven of the One Hundred and Fortyone Cabin Captain Tho Rescued PasHcn gers Seamen Landed on the Hcllly of the Cargo and From the New Yerk Three hundred and forlytwo lives were lost on Friday night by the wreck of the steamship Schiller of the Eagle off the Scilly 35 miles from Landa The steamsliip was entering the English Channel on her pass age from New Tfork to via Plymouth and She struck on the Ledge during a dense fog at 10 while under full Ot the 385 persons on board only 43 were including 11 of the 141 and 4 of the 120 steerage passengers the first and fourth and 25 mem bers of the crew of 124 The Schille carried a cargo worth probably and a heavy a portion of which was The Schiller left New York about noon on April setting sail for where she wns to call on her voyage to On the afternoon of May a heavy fog settled upon tho The commander of the John seems tohave had no ap prehensions of for one of the dis patches states that the Schiller was under full headway when she met her The regular course of the vessels of this line i HSs within five miles of the Scilly and it is probable that the officers suppos ed that the Schiller had passed southward of Poi an island on the edge of the in reality she had gone north ward of it through the channel separating it from Bishop Rock and Ratarnere On Bishop Rock there is a light with a which is generally heard miles At 10 oclock at without the vessel struck Retar riere She must have been ning at full for she struck Immd and soon went a total The wind was blowing a a high sea was and the fog was very Every breaker lifted the ves set higher drove her further upon the rocks and before her most of whom were sleeping in their berths could comprehend their the bottom and sides of the vessel were stove and the water was ruining into the holds and Many the passengers must have passed almost without a struggle from sleep to Many who rushed from their staterooms into the cabins were unable to reach the Two of the boats which had been lowered were dashed acainst the and the passen gers were in them were thrown helpless into the As the vessel sank in four fathoms of who were on deck clung desperately to the As tle hours passed the ves sel began to break up and the mainmast fell with a amid cries of The remaining mast was carried over the side at 9 and those who were cling ing to it fell into the The Stilly Islands form a small circu lar enmp about 85 miles southwest of Lauds There are perhaps 140 of these of them being merely buge Six of them are inhabited St Marys and Agnes on the St Martins and further Tbe rest of the group are low with abrupt ana are senarated by shallow B shop RoTwHhUslighthouseandtheedgeo Retarriere are a mile to the south of St Agnes and with the exception of Poi are on the southern edge of The lighthouse on Bishop NEWS the Zaneavitlc and Youngstpwn are to have street railways during the coming sum It is now proposed to reestablish whip posts in on the ground that mprisonment is not an effective punish ment for hardened is steadily growing in mportance ns a cotton Within the nst nine years its annual exports bavo ncreased from to Later advices swell the number of lives lost on the steamer Cadiz io The Ca diz was out of her course in consequence of the misreckoning of her She struck a rock and sank almost immediate ly A farmer living near had 75 sheep stolen from his pastures last He found them In the stock pens at ready to be The thief was arrested and brought back to On the way be managed to cut his throat but not According to the provisions of a recent ly enacted Tennessee the losine party in a lawsuit in that Slate has to pay the jury mens fees and it is alleged that the juries Very providently render tho verdicts against the richest Some of the leading colored men of the country are turning their attention to the subject of It Is proposed to establish societies for tho purpose of organizing parties for emigration to San or other Southern couu Last for the first time in 15 religious services was held is Po hick Fairfax It was built In through tho active exertions of George During the late war it was occupied as a Ounn Nebraska among the grassbQp per sufferers a circus is advertised calling itself the ann victims stand around reading the bills by the wondering if the doorkeeper will take old clothes for During the present year there will bo discharged from the Soldiers Orphans Schools in the State 587 by rea son of such scholars having reached the age of 10 at which time the law requires their Cambria contains but one whisky Bhiir county also has one within her since the liquor manufactory at Mount Union was burned there 5s not even one in Hunting don Greene it we have not missed has seven though but two or three are in operation at this Two lads named John Winn and John Fussell were convicted in the United States district court of robbing tUe mails in Indiana and sentenced on Sat urday to five years each in the peniten and also to pay a fine of William Parker who was con victed of using the mails for obtaining money by false pretences was sentenced to 18 months in the county Mississippi must be one of those dark and benighted places of the earth of which we hear so much in missionary A clergyman declared in Sun day or two there are certain counties in Mississippi in which there is not a resident minister of tho gospel of any and that there are plenty of grown men and women in the State who have never heard a Gospel ser mon In the Lehigh Valley the total number of furnace stacks of the iron companies is of which only 31 are in and the others The principal cause is the difficulty of obtaining It is said that many of the furnaces now in blast in the Lebigh will soon be compelled to blow out or resort to the use of In the Schuylkill Valley there are 41 stacks of which only 15 are now in while 27 are out and banked Susquebanna Valley there are 24 NEWS OF TUB A Brief Review of General The Belgian Chamber of Representa tives had under debate the reply to Ger manys last note the Minister of Justice denied that there had been inaction in prosecuting the Duchesno investigation British House of Commons had the budget under Lowe said the surplus had been Bishop of Breslau has been The Kentucky Democratic State Con vention adjourned alter nominating a State ticket and adopting a The American Medical Association clos ed their session in They will meet next year in ex Senator and is said to be a prominent Democratic can didate for Governor of In tho suit against pro ceedmge were adjourned until giving rise to much comment concerning certain witnesses to be ItWt OMqUto Itentfii teleerapn School In oUNG LADIES AND fid0hIr GENTLEMEN Itua npon Circu lllli a mile from the scene of the wrecK ana at Marys Island to the there is f whlch only 10 are in operation nthcr lighthouse 138 feet Nearly every shoal in this group has its egen of Au English with nine hese give a total of 110 furnace stacks in the three of which 50 are in blast and 03 are out of law and particular TMIEL DENTISTS Nfc Packards 9 on all bases successfully used V Teeth filled with tin tlcular attention paid to corn ties of second I All work irregularl done care COLLEGE OF THB Evangelical Lutheran FIFTH COLLEGIATE Senlon of ttis taitttattw will 1871 ships of the was wrecked here ana fab cofflniited in men perished SunLy forenoon in the loss of jewelry store of Superio The proprietor of the store had the purpose of wmdin and when was suddenly at ORS ARti Uh Department ar Attention rcCOHu luC All work HA8 FITTKU OF ams In the second story of 806 Main with spe the practice of Ar t tne m0Bt Improved and e successfully by the RlOl the Bther administered when SEND FOR A COPY OP OUR CATALOGUE Thames and the Duro went to pieces on the same with terrible loss of life On the Schiller guns were fired and sig nals and the tidings of the dis aster were soon borne to BVv ntnes In the fog and storm Agnes boat nicked up some of survivors of the wreck ami two Those who were rescued had btecu washed off the and were ftwimmlng with the They were lariAed at The SciHy Mfeboat set out for the scene of the and by Saturday forcnooa a and several boats were Bcarchrag for Fortythree perftoasin all were rescued and landed at and Marys The captain was but the second and fourth officers were Eleven of the 141 caMii 4 of the 120 steerage and 28 or the crew of 124 were The total number of pereprre on boaid was Twentyfive sacks of the steamships mall were Ntaettefcn bodies were recov ered among thdm was a woman with a child in her Small portions of the carco were who with drawn kntfe deroauded his Jir Benton grasped a hatchet and had a struggle with the la the conflict an accomplice of attacking party struck Benton on tho head with a knocking him ia which state he remained for The robbers secured about wortb Of jewelry aud Tbe avenues of their entrance and escape are Three men have been arrested OB eusplc ion of the At a days ago a child was born which was singu larly The left arm was en tirely there being al the not a rudimentary uppearanoe of Upon the tight side there was an arm which extended only to a band being attached at right angles to the at point where naturally would have beeathe el By the wrecK of the steamer Schiller oh the Scilly Islands 842 persons lost their lives 48 persons were Bieuor President of the Ital ian stated that the relations of Italy and Germany have always been Belgian Chamber of Representatives hns approved he course of the Belgian Ministry in the negotia tions with The Postal Treaty has been signed by till the nations constituting Uie General Fosial and the new rates will be elmrged after July excepting on cor respondence to and from Reports of damage to buildings from come from and Rhode TUESDAY The Czar arrived at Berlin yesterday some apprehensions are expressed in London that the peace of Europe may be disturbed as a result of the A Coroners inquest on 20 bodies of per sons whoso lives were lost through the wreck of the Schiller resulted in E verdict of Disraeli has consented to tho appointment of a Roya Commission the question ot Interna tional Secretary Bristow lias discovered a gi gantic system of frauds among the Whis ky with which a large number of Internal Revenue officers are A combined nttack was made on Illicit distilleries in several Western The Centennial celebration of the sur prise and capture of Tlconderoga was held Addresses wore made by Fla vius Joyce and decision in tho Union Pa cific before the Court of is expected on Judge Richardson will start on a tour of the world on Wed In the suit against Beecher there were long arguments over admitting cer tain testimony from Jeremiah Robin and several witnesses testified for the Many more bodies of victims of the Schiller disaster have been recovered j 24 mail bugs have been brought ashore report that Germany and Rus sia will address a remonstrance to France n regard to armament is The 3ritlsb Government has received satls actoiy assurance from Berlin in regard o tho maintenance of principal conspirator in the plot to assas ilnate Prince Bismarck has been Ie is said to be reldtefi Archbishop lives have een lost by the wreck ot the The May Musical Festival began in Cincinnati last Inter national Sunday School Convention be gan its session in Baltimore yesterday Davis has been offered the Presidency of tho Texas State Agricul tural Ia tue suit against Theo dore Tllton testified in contra dicting many statements of witnesses for the of whisky from Western distilleries which bad been seized for fraud explained their position receiver was appointed for the New West Shore Chicago Rail Tbo bodies of the Victims of ttft Bcbil er disaster are to a convention our aSsttrauces of tho CROP In Missouri the fruit crop has been ser iously It is thought the per centage of loss of fruit from recent frosts in the Eastern and Middle States will range up as high as The Era says the growing wheat is very promising in that and that tho fruit crop is In a fair Fruit cultivators in Iowa declare that the prospects of a fair yield in tbat sec tion are and that the State will gather an average amount of this kind of The New Orleans Picayune says U is estimated tbat the fruit yield this sum mer will be quadruple that of last and the largest over known in the In this Louisiana ia to ofler the first fruit crop she has ever The Nashville Union says The gen eral opinion appears to bo that the with the exception of baa been seriously and the crop of peach cherries will be un usually Of apples there will be a large Oonornl Tavlorn Vice President In company with General James of the Quartermasters visited the grave of General Zuchary about five miles distant from last The old Taylor Farm waa subdivided some time ago and tho family burying being This IB about orio acre and a quarter of a mile from the old family mansion it Is inclosed by a substantial limestone In the southwestern cor ner of the lot is the family the mas sive stones of which are rapidly crumb ling Even tho marble slab on Taylors tomb is only kept in place by n fence rail which some friendly hand has proped against The grounds are over grown with ivy aud so tangled and matted together that it is difficult to walk through Many of the trees neem hllghled and and the entire incloure looks extremely desolate and un Standing beside Taylors grave with uncovered the Vlco first exclamation How strange and sad that the burial place of one who shed so much luster on the mil itary and civic annuls of his country should be thns negleclod and Maryland Many The peach growers on the eastern and western shores of according to the Baltimore think their crop will be larger this season than it has been for scyeral They state that although the late frosts in April did some damage to the it has not proved as serious as was first In some locali ties the damage will no doubt be severely but as a general thing the crop is ex peeled to he Tho growers say that owing to the backwardness of the Spring the buds did not como forward until later than and consequently they were but slightly Tho officers of the various Baltimorcjjteam companies whose vessels make a specialty of freighting are so confidant that the crop will bo large tbat they are already rnak ng preparations for putting on additional boats during that part of tho MANUFACTURER AND Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Cigars inTcholce brands of 186 Main Pa IN8MAN MANUPACT urers ot fine and dealers In all kinds of The trade supplied at Dot torn 484 Main Green AND vors arrtja portion of the malls reach ed Those who are going to was upon the foot six toes left leg extended only to the with a foot growing on tUeanside of tbe Sons now ed as well and vigorous as any newborn after it began taking the internal disaster are to convention betweVsB RtiBrfa Cnd theSnese pan of Bagbaitmls nals give very strong of nacwi purposes of P The stearafer horn Bermu da to New towed atoDuch Island Harbois Narragansett her masts Iraying been broken and Snes dfsatranged In a me ualcifl Festival at Cincinnati continues withmarked third Gen rtal Council of the Reformed Episcopal met in conven tion of soldiers and sailars engaged m the War of tho began m In the suit against the re buttal for the plaintiff was Fran cis Moulton and tho sur rubuttal was A Liverpool steamer has gone asbore on one ot the Scilly A straggling fire was kept np by strik ing miners from 10 last evening until 4 this upon the Sheriffs posse a Hutchinwns The wltb Jolm Slney at their have stopped all work an tbe Moe Bbannon Tbe Momsdale Klines on the PhillipBburgh Branch iind the mine at Po welton woriung with a lew a No one will deny that cats are capable of but it seems that their fac ulty in this respect Is very A few nights since u Syracuse lady waked up and found tho family tabby with Its nose thrust tightly into her husbands mouth and Itspaws firmly clasped about his This Is the first cat on record that really cared for old and if it bad possessed Just ordinary human reason ing it would have gone to the bottle instead of the husbands But its dangerous appetite was not to be aud it was immediately kill ed from which wo judge that the gentle man has scarcely yet made up bis mind tu California Is now actually suffering from Ibo too sudden influx of population aftd her papers are discussing the ques i What is to become or the people who are inconsiderately rushing into her borders Indeed the waves of emigra tion towards California just now is one of the most singular chapters in the his tory of the movement of Without any exciting without any impulse that is coding out over the Union PaclflcKBdlr way at the rate of from 500 to per and havo been doing so since Janu ary Tbe movement came with out any heralding or and Is going on steadily without t extends all the country and its inception was simultaneous in all parts or the Of course California not bear this and the emigrants must temporarily On the night of the 28th of April verv remarkable fteak of nature occurred la Pass a at the mouth ot the Mississippi in a spot close to the there bad been an unbroken sheet of an baying an area of about eight rose to the surf and continued to rise until it reached a height of eight It now seems likely to remain as a permanent obstruction to the Tbo phenomenon is very but U is specially lm nortant in view of the fact that the gov ernment Is about to expend large sums of money for tUo construction of Jetties niie of these passes and it such topheay of the bottom of the river are likely to there is a probability that money may be   

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