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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1879, Greenville, Pennsylvania
J the Greenback National committee has been called to meet at washing ton on the 8th of january to de to Racine on a time and place for hold jut their next National a a Fleet of dredges and shows in Tow Ogdensburg to but went Downin a Gale last tuesday and All the except six being 22 in were annul Zemlon of incl Tow by the explosion of Coal Oil Gas in a Tunnel that is being excavated on the narrow gauge Railroad from san Jose Santa on tuesday some 35 Chiba Lien were the Gas was ignited trod a powder that Best citizen of Yazoo county Wuo murdered his of to get him out of the Way was elected sheriff the other Day Large what kind u Community is it that will boost a murderer into anyhow Pennsylvania give the vote for state treasurer As follows Green butlers Iowa will have to look her laurels As the ban Ner Republican the the Pittsburgh is o say the least the main purpose of the next session of Congress is to devise ways and Means to elect a president in As the democrats Are in the we May look out for some desperate ways and the Seymour Boom died Aborn the old democratic it was not consulted in regard to the use of his name for the Campaign of and when he was approached upon the subject the other he peremptorily so that Bammy still has a if Bayard Doest shove him too Cloae to the John of Well known As president lincolns private Lias been he pointed assist ant Secretary of in place of Hay has had a Large experience in the diplomatic and a Thor Ough scholar and the office in this Case sought the our report if Hie proceedings of the teachers which convened at Mercer on the 10th closed lust week with tuesday pro we resume our report below tuesday the pupils of thu Mercer Union schools were judging from i Tfir appearance Aud Deport tie teachers and Mercer can afford to be proud of their superintendent Palm introduced to the children of the speaker said he glad to see so Many he sympathies with the boys especially be believes in the rights of women and children take care of the present time and of yourselves you cant have healthy sheep unless you take care of tie lambs nor Good healthy men and women unless you take care of the children Are not sufficiently cared Tim reason we have crooked men Aud women is that they were Trodglen on by somebody when they were the doctor gave the children the word Stout As a keyword to some truths which he wished them to re member 8 stand for Sweet in your t stands for tidy in your but dont be o for in Ine world is better than an obedient boy or him who the of the past aim the voice ill am the voice Emma her the of h roes is not confined to the heroes Are in every an a syst ins life has no us Krone to in Angels heaven May Tafee things hot we poor cannot afford to take things very never underrate Yoor an Varnett there is nothing like in the new Yoksim gives the offi Cial canvass of the state As made by Huper Elnorr of with the Fol lowing results plurality lieutenant maj pity secretory of attorney John Kellys vote is of has appointed Feruando Bea Iuan As senator to fill tie irn expired term of the late senator Braman is u native of and was born june his fam ily removed to new York when he was a and at tie age of fifteen he was left an after receiving a Good academic he studied Law at in 1838 he removed to where he entered upon the practice of Bis he Rose to High honors in his and in 1800 was ele Teit to Congress As a though he was originally a he served in three sub sequent making a continuous service of ten years As a repro he is regarded a an Able Anil upright we account for Many things but we ran not account for Many other men Nuess u the Lount species or icons isl the strength of every Chain in with when the of Maine seem to have made up their minds to count out enough republicans to give them a majority of state this they will do by Means of for the town of Kilter will be thrown out As two notices of election instead of three were posted its throwing out would change the result in York county by excluding three Republican and elect ing three democratic and numerous other like grave frauds will be unearthed to effect the desired end of giving the democrats Aud Green backers 19 senators and leaving the republicans but while the actual vote As cant gives the republicans 19 Seu Atols Anil All others but anything to beat though there is a Bare possibility that the tiny beat for always t for speak the people sometimes say things very much like the but not Al ways the the address was Lively and Iii Irac illustrated by Many interesting Cooper next addressed the he told them an interest ing Story about a Man who took a very Long ride in a longer than he finding in it a Good illustration of truthfulness and prof Baub addressed the Institute subject the teacher in the school the speaker i advise no Young Man to remain in the profession of teaching if be can something we Are All anxious for to secure make your schoolroom pleasant by adorning and beautifying its Walla with 2 out your pupils to assist you in forming a this will give you a fund from which to draw 111 giving lessons on 3 make the Root 4 take care of the no room is healthy with the Dora Anil windows he illustrated method of which Consols simply in raising the lower placing a Board under it to prevent the air from coming in but Al lowing the fresh air to come in be tween the two 5 keep your school House see that the pupils have clean hands am 7 a Man never should permit him self to go into the schoolroom when he a not in Good some teachers need rules and regu others Are better without a great Deal depends upon the teachers manner in the school shall whispering be permuted gave till example of the ouly school in which lie Ever knew whispering to be successfully permit Ted but even Here it was permitted at the expense of honesty on the part of the Cooper delivered his Farewell address to the he said when we do our duty and do it we Are not responsible for Joshua of new burling says in is in tie Power of the teachers to establish u our he Library at every Post Nick Erynn offers to give information in re Gard to this Matler to any one Desir ing it a Public Library is a Public it la a Blessing even if it be the time has come for the teachers to take a higher position in to the speaker Vang make tie Best of we want nobody but those who want to learn How n three things i Liuva brought with me to distribute t the teachers of Mercer county a a Aud u ruler All three of which Are the Best Ever Cooper was followed by of on tie subject of criticism in the acl Tolar should be required to speak correctly in All his As Well Asiu his in this we get practical otherwise it is simply tuesday the citizens of Mercer showed their appreciation of the exercises by to Weir presence at tie lec Tuio of Freil of to we Suir Success is the favourable or Prosper on termination of anything at person is obliged to drive out truthfulness idiom Bis he drives out his Best paying and the whitest Angel from his Yon can never Fleet against troth and be people Bot Nink very much of their creeds Are like the Man who the blinds pulled Dow i in to save the colors of the they Are afraid to let the Light of truth in upon their creeds lest the colors should a Man or a woman who can say so at the Rushland trill have the truth with him i when b person marry i himself to he marries himself to the and lives with keep a strict and important account with the hardest wort Onder Oiin is to the truth ones hear tills in it will Uny you tie right fico Vinen you View Yoor of a picture depends upon the plume Yon stand when you let the Bali flu Light of truth Rhine Down inn Jour Tukik inure and Gnup its tis tis nuns these Are in the wilderness Success is in the Tif after devotional exercises were conducted by of of text spoke tie subject of Gram explaining the excellencies of a new system of the subject was further discussed by Sloan Ami prof Raub continued instruction on the subject of parsing Anil analysing have not much to do with thu self the English but have much to to with the under standing of the All Al Thors make but these mis takes should not lie quoted As author Ity teach the use of language rather by example than by in teaching the science of simplify and reduce the number of terms As much As he gave four principles As a guide in Analuz an adjective element limits a noun or an adverbial element limits an verb or an adjective element limits a transitive verb in the Active conjunction and interjection Are not wednesday exercises opened by Raub continued the subject of it is of prime importance that we simplify the subject As much As Possi anything practical which will make your pupils stronger and better Meu Aud the i was Gram a Olive died to by almost All better grammar was Latif lil so with All Senten Ces if this me is she indirect Votion exercises were conducted by of Quitton drawer the Liston was read and As signed in Iliffe Redt the an Swers to be Given later in the Palm introduced who addressed the on of All least to j we Al Tow work should be begun very Eaf by two fundamental requisites of Good read ing k to new hav Wue ability to interpret Ibe ipod the second 2ow Small we get Orocu Lolist teach then Olloren tie Correct Sou ads of teach them to pronounce their Woras they understand the professor would not have children read in h does not develop we recognize the individuality of give them Dally Drill in Centary in Reading we use Jast Lour binds of voice pare used when we vocalize every bit of breath that comes from tue used when we deepen Anil in testis Fly the pure expressing expressing to Sosu these qualities depend upon i he meaning of the Itel Etlou that we propose to prof read several selections illustrating these different Illust Hallux also Petca and or Wheaton up the of teaching grammar by his discussion proved to be very in an Dilrey from the Institute a number of some of which the wisely declined to Little then a lesson in after which Raub took up the subject of there Are afew Points in arithmetic that Are by Many persons considered of no it that whispering we always it when whispering music exer was be bavi the Best method of on tie school Efet Canon answered that Snow it self is he proceeded to discuss some of these Points the first Point was com Pound a1 compound proportion is nothing More combination of several simple place in the third term that Quantity which is of the same kind As the required term then Pla e All multipliers to the second term Ai Idall div Tsoi la Puller la the this principle and the the older we the Wiser we grow the is an Prosper of a minted Success to you Are words which we very frequently Home times they mean a great and sometimes Thev mean less than it depends upon who Spenks and to whom they Are is a pocketful of greenbacks a held covered with the Best Grain a Orchard a lewd with abundant fruit a Vine Laden with clustering grapes a Paru full or Good a Home Radiant with Joy a Church with Harmony i a Man with Het Ullh soundness in his mind i pros Necuis Bright and glorious ahead of him Esh in his soul an5 love in tils heart of Success live with the Angels on their ill ladders Are for and the ladder his ree Petlon in Chicago on the made three Sev eral which Are Given almost in full on our first Page this it will be seen from his Plain talk that he regards this As a nation u be spelled with a big in All True patriots must regard but he makes no reference to tha third As it was expected and hoped he would so that the we pre will have to conclude that silence gives Aud in the name connection is Given Toombs treasonable message Bre ausing death to the while Toombs Baa an unreconstructed right to make a exhibition of himself on All Occa if he so still a proper re Gard for the occasion ought to have induced him to have restrained his june a but Toombs is a Man whose chief glory is that be has not and never will recon it is something to know that be comparatively alone in that top ladders Are Lor Anu me that saw had More to do with him than with the we cannot Fly but we can and tinman nature can do More by climbing than the Angels by the Bret step to Success is the ability of Man to climb is if we regard diameter As a then we May rest assured that god does no Ideal in ready made god furnishes no Man he gloves the material out or he has been gone two gone is an adjective or an adverb according a you substitute for it one r the other of these parts of the sentences were placed upon tie Black Board 1 the Imok is 2 mine is 3 they took in mine a a personal pro having the possessive form it is in the nominative subject of in the mine is in the in the it is in the nominative take what you what is the object of two take and limit the subjunctive Mode to the present Aud past tense indicates time accurately Only in the indicative the answered a number of very important practical questions that had been previously handed to Iii by some of the intermission and the number of names reached of and Belle of Mead each Sang a these performances were Well and heartily applauded by the Little then took up the subject of his instructions were Aud very interesting to the wednesday the Institute held an informal ses Sion before the an interesting discussion was held on the when is the most appropriate time for holding a Mercer co Biily teachers Institute s is opposed to holding tie Institute at this thinks it is very damaging to the that the teachers should not be paid for the time they spend at the Institute that they should pay for their own does not wish the impression to go that we All agree with takes a Posi Tion entirely the opposite of that taken by thinks that very few persons will Auree with the latter Stewart thinks that neither of the gentlemen has touched the Tio int called for in the he called Graham to give his experience in holding institutes in Crawford this gentleman stated that he had found the Mouth of August the Best time to hold institutes in superintendent of said he believed october to tie the Best he has succeeded in making his successful at this Little thinks August the Best cumm thinks August would be u very bad time to hold the inst for the reason that very Many of the teachers Are out of the county at because the discussed and ejae salons on tie subject were answered greatly to the satisfaction of the said that he makes no use of rules in teaching teach and discuss and there will use for Patterson Sang a after which the Institute thursday exercise were opened by the contents of the question drawer were taken up and discussed should Mercer county sustain an educational journal opened by he thinks Mercer county if any other county our own educational paper should be supported by teach because it is edited by a gentle Man who has charge of the schools of the and therefore he knows the wants of the Many other Good words were spoken for the teachers superintendent Palm introduced superintendent of Crawford who expressed his pleasure at meeting the teachers of Mercer he was the fourth in none of which was manifested a greater interest than in reply to the question As signed to when is it Cor rect to write und when and when Allegany or does it make any difference the said the word was of Indian origin and might be spelled in any of the three ways but that the City is usually spelled Devenny discussed the ques what use should we make of the phonetic charts found in our schoolroom what kind of exercises in drawing would you give for the first lesson Toa class of beginners Missimer then took the subject of he wishes to disabuse the minds of the audience of the idea that the instructor in Reading is Here simply to his work is just As strictly professional As that of any other he toot up and explained Force la the team we pal behind our this depends upon the the Circum emphasize thesus Jestand the emphasize All new ideas that come after the subject Aud the secondary classes Are to receive secondary How shall we emphasize words in the by pronouncing one word louder than by making a pause after a by the time taken to pronounce which character k mad we inherit a great Deal of our weakness from our a great Deal depends upon f vent is better and instar than to to Liat it should be forbidden on the school then deprive All that of recess for a in time of very Good Snow it is Good plan Tolm Emhe recess some what per of the children of Mercer county receive All their Educa Tion in the common and in what should they be instructed about 85 per Kennedy to the second part of the he said that the children should be taught first what will enable them to earn a a thorough Educa Tion in the common branches is the first he emphasized the idea that children should lie taught what will be most Likely to use in future Twa principle requires us to make a distinction in the course of instruction for different Canon thinks that Kennedy Doea not take his own medi Cine for he advocates the use of Dia Grams in the study of Kennedy said he did so Only As a Means to an Raub answered two questions is there any difference Between the words modified and As used in grammar he preferred to use modified in because it includes a Point not included in the word limited three times four Are is three times Complex modifying Missimer answered four questions can a word be made emphatic by a pause before it it would you have pupils read in concert what is Reading Reading is the Art of expressing with the voice what is written in would you pupils pronounce the syllables of a word and then the word Ijo indicate the syllables by a How shall we ventilate our District schoolhouses Stewart answered and gave a very full and satisfactory explanation of what ventilation and the difficulties that pertain to this he by Lineaus of a Dia explained a simple and cheap process by which schoolroom May be Raub said he believed this to be a simple process of Correct in and will work As the question was further discussed by and How shall we know when the air in our schoolroom is impure answered by he said when moisture appears on the win the air is the teacher May also ascertain by stepping out of the room into the fresh air and remaining out two or three on returning to the room he can easily detect whether or not the air is in Missimer added that a feeling of sleepiness is an indication of impure Raub took up the subject of and explained very clearly the 3d Case in solving a number of problems in illustration of floods dry goods of prices i his two Mammoth the two Eaf Gest stews in Western great and attractive offering of the latest and most fashionable styles of dress cloths Domestic specially adapted to the wants of Consumers for the fall and Winter season of Consumers May rest assured that our prices will be much lower than Pittsburgh or we Are never our prices always the w m 904 Mil 1w8 water City of and Aill 19ktl w cd and 03 Spring City of is now offering the following extraordinary inducements in Black Gros Grain Silks preaching of ninety nine oui of every Hundred of the heresies in the the no Anicat world come from a Bud no Ming pleases the Devil better than fur h preacher to marry bad a Mau that s through a dyspeptic i term in l Iii mixed up from Moraine until 8atnday night Sydney Smith is h Jwilva Miles before Yon and you we ii never break Down in if i had lived for a says As some persons i would Hove in a fort fee Altai is the Harmony of All the functions of Tittl Many of the rough Corners of our lives cannot be smoothed Down without Clie Orvul Nus when 1 marry i always Pray for them to have Grace and common sense ii f a for them to have Grace Ana common to Divide the burdens of lire a in direct contrast to toombb1 Dealue congratulations to Grant Are those of sent on the same after expressing plea sure at the Safe return of the Man whom be Learned to Admire on Many a bloody Field of and Pride at the honors received abroad by the great american Soldier and he adds we have Many excellent men who most naturally and properly As Pire to i highest off Cerf the people but t seems deeply set in their hearts to ennoble the nation by again Honor ing Stephens also seat patriotic words thus his and patriotic sentiments expressed to the Exco federates at san met a warm response in the breast of billions in wet Vontre Tard or those political Elf of opinion always to strike somebody Sot a Cloud without a Silver you Otdis gel Sunset without a but Clouds of themselves Are dreary and Many mix take levity for 1 Bate levity he held in contempt by laughter is a Means of i would not we cannot Loeh Ine neat generated by three tons of Coal wit pump As much water or shovel As much Eoal la Man without the Aid of science we ii do in his Ordinary life the heat of cheerfulness will perform it will cure moods and borne persons Are governed altogether by they must be in acer talk mood before they will do anything re in a person cures him of fits and Yon know that Flis Are Verj is something and inc Casals some people Nave a queer Wea of mine is one of the curses of the any is Hosutt hours a Man reveals himself a on zit to be very careful of Tim misspent cannot be put under termed Cannel now be Urima May come Baak c Bat Uroe and Are the living no insignificant to is Man lately better Man theg Raud dead lion o r late conflict in no such May again should every Man deals in a article Tia a psf enrich life is such a Tough and unless we make the Best of a anal get very utile onto great courage u because the great thing of life Are made up of Small so everything m proper keep West try at that Lime is Loo warm White is opposed to the August Lytle Thinka the objection to holding an Institute at the present Homes from those who object to la Viii the teachers for the Aud or this reason the objection is not the he can lot afford to pay to Weir own after the Misa Mcclin Ock Sang a Solo Queen of be superintendent Palm introduced the president of Kem Remlin licence is the pow Rof the human soul to re know what has been already Iowa most if you think Oliu this Power is not nil i question whether it can be t is just As As a any other this knowledge is purely nothing can be recalled but that which is 1 on never recall Are different varieties of this knowl Edge some men Are Horn with enormous but ordinal such As the illustrations Are beyond our mens memories Areg Enway developed in their to Neihl started the idea Liat great Mem Ory is always combined with an inferior in this la often but is by no Means always it is not for us to Overlook urls Mailer of memory for a Man is often credited with knowledge in proportion to the strength of conditions opon Holch May cultivate a Good Coleridge Are Good sound a Good these Are worthy of All our memory will sometimes fall Uwell take years to rub out one single mistake Towt the mind has made in recalling a name or a Dis ease impairs the and sweep the sometimes an tie Reval Llster facts in Lullua Traylon of this part of the subject thai is worthy of re cause it snows How much the Powers of the human depend upon our the Nind tiits to a new again what it has once this is the sum of o us we Are memory follow Tnie hints Suu uld of Teu Ohira should cd Lucaw the memory in their pupils by teaching them the Best specimens of poetry Aud to permit the gems of English literature to without treasuring up Home of them Imand recall everything that Baa in a and read in order to the habits of the american people Are very detrimental to the cultivation of we do not read to always Trust your a very important Gnu if memory flu is Trust it the con Denoe will inspire it to help you the exercises were closed by a net the Sung by Patterson and miss thursday by at positive ideas should have falling All negative ideas should have the rising by stress u the Quality of the then read a piece from Charles in illustration of his professional miss Kate Connelly Sang a Solo in Janet this was the first time the Institute had the pleasure of hearing this Young the appreciation of her deep and accurate expression was after a Solo was Sung by miss Belle entitled Beautiful this performance was listened to with the interest Aud attention which Are always Given to this heart ital Raub took up the subject of teach mental and written Artoni Petlo to unless the directors forbid in answer to a question in regard to his method of conducting a he said pupils should be taught to express themselves clearly and this will prevent stage fright at a future written recitations should be adopted frequently Lor the Sake of getting a greater amount of work out of the Olve the class practical questions such As they be called Nob to use in actual teach How to write the forms used in and to do what Ibey will be required to do in actual thursday Patterson Sang a two Missimer then read the school masters this was followed by a speech of a German father on the labor ques hush my miss Belle so Prano miss Kate Central to Basso a the was then subject Tlok Ash we need no More fitting illustration of the difference Between life and living than that which is afforded every Day in our own his the subject of Bank discount was also in this part of the the difference Between the Bankers Way Aud the arithmetic Way was in Pennsylva the Banks reckon not three but four Days of methods of calculating interest were discussed by and Raub explained a abort method of finding tie value of Alock in building Friday committee on permanent certificates was elected As follows Kenne r Baub continued the subject of explained a method of finding the interest on deferred pay and answered the questions addressed to him by members of the the following resolutions were then read by the assistant Secretary Raub has conducted Bis exercises to the Complete satisfaction of All concerned be u that we recommend if pos his services be secured for future Institute that the thanks of this Institute be tendered to pred of Frank and president of Westminster for their instructive and inter Esting and Tuat we recognize in Jeffera an Able coworker in the cause of Missimer gave some further instruction in and read a selection handed to him by some one in the the evening of Friday was occupied by an elocution Ary and musical All the evening meet Ings were Well patronized by the people of miss Mary of Sharps was the Graceful and accomplished pianist of the one Hundred and thirty seven were present at the last in looking Over the published list of i noticed a few these were corrected in a later if there Are still errors in names and i shall be pleased to have them if notice of the same be sent it is difficult to avoid All errors in doing so much copying so it is hoped that the read ers of this report will Bear in mind the difficulty of making everything Cor without an Opportunity of re viewing the manuscripts or John purchased previous to the Advance in raw and to be sold at less prices Hail those now held by other dealers who bought them after the Black Groa Grain Silks at 15c per and Soli elsewhere at Black Gros Grain Silks at 60c per my Eold elsewhere at Black Gros Grain Silks at 75c per and sold elsewhere at Black Gros Grain Silks at s5c per and sold else Lnore at Black Gros Grain Silks at Black Gros Grain Silks at per sold elsewhere at at per and sold elsewhere at to Iros Grain Silks at per and sold elsewhere at Iros Grain Silks at per and sold elsewhere at keep Only reliable makes in Black Silks and in yen May feel assured when Pur chasing a dress at my establishment that they Are getting a Lars class article made by the Best manufacturers in and a silk that will give Thorn coloured Gros Grain Silks As we shall offer the largest and most Complete Lincol shades and Imal tits Ever shown in this Section of the we quote coloured Gros Grain Silks at 75c per cheap at coloured Gros Grain Silks at 90c por sold everywhere at f coloured Gros Grain Silks at per sold elsewhere at coloured Gros Grain Silks at per sold elsewhere at coloured Sros Grain Silks per sold elsewhere at coloured trimming satins in All the popular shades of the i Black trimming satins from 75c to per 1ekis stripes the newest and most Decsi Rahic trimming fabric now in can found at our counters in Black and All the new and desirable j brocaded Silks Ani brocaded satins in Blacks and every Shade walled at Lov and popular Black trimming v elves from 85c to per All splendid value for the coloured trimming velvets in All desirable pkg in striped in Mack and colors at 75c per Worth Royal bargains in new fall dress to of w 61 Ami Spring City Isnow offering the following unparalleled Karg Aigid in Plain and willed red willed All Wool red Rannels at 15 and 20o per Worth 20 and willed All Wool red flannels at 25c per wort i willed All Wool red flannels at Soe per Worth willed All Wool red flannels at 35c per Worth filled All Wool red flannels at 40c per Worth willed All Wool red flannels at 50 per Worth Plain All Wool red flannels at s and id per Yard lowest prices Ever Plain ail Wool red flannels at 12ic per Worth Plain All Wool red Banuls at 15c per Worth Plain All Wool red flannels at 20c per Worth Plain All Wool red flannels at 25c per Worth Plain All Wool red flannels at pet Worth Plain All Wool red Mann cts at 40c per Worth wide red Shaker All Wool and at 40 and Doc per and plaid Grer willed flannels at 10 and per sold elsewhere at 11 15 and at 5c per Yard to s at per Yard we at Loc per Yard we at l2hc per Yard we shall offer an Sinjin Ritof styles o Ileus that Cai us foil my elsewhere for less than from 15 to Perva Vwe shall offer numerous styles and prominent among to found Large and varied lines of by coded figured goods sold elsewhere at to which will be to at 20c per Yard at 25c per Yard we shall offer Large lines of goods sold y other dealers at to 30v we shall offer a line of goods that cannot be excelled elsewhere forles3than the most sceptical that when we say the general Public do not enjoy their Busy cares Ana severe Drudgery Are Bat not another class of persons who lives a an example of toe same who live for sensual an indomitable spirit is the ouly thing to Batman contend successfully with these roes off Eli vote for slate treasurer to moral and social in Fife be a Man unit 1 but with meet no on position in life becomes either u conceited or a Meek and insignificant the Boll Owesn of some of on american conventional ties la enough to condemn them in the estimation of every sensible these convention Ali ties Are not Thero is a higher life Wiloh is open to you and wife that time and attention which Yon and they and above give tie your As our Home life so will on National life let your Nemos be Uvea sons and daughters go out to preside Over Homes of Belr their memories shall Ever thrill in tender recollections of that Home from whence they All the Beauty and Comfort of the May be made to minister to the True life of let As try to live a True after the lecture miss Mecho Tock Sang three Missimer read the Money and a selection from a popu Lar question drawer Leeolie answered the Why is a person taller in the morning than at night also the is the quotient always abstract tothe latter he the former he explained by saying that during the Day the pressure upon the inter vertebral Cartilages diminishes their the effect of their com pression passes when the body reclines in a horizontal Solomon dim used the Quea what in the Best method of controlling whispering he thinks it is Best not to strive for but to give the pupils plenty of and have other corresponding there will then be no need for attempts to control methinks that an attempt on the part of a teacher to control whispering is evidence of his Lytle thinks a Good plan to prevent whispering is to let the pupils talk another member of the Institute said be believed that whispering ought to prohibited at least daring he thinks that it la part the teachers duty to discipline the pupils to that will be Able to con Adana Allegheny Beaver 87s2 652 13 Bedford 2 blot or Bradford Cambria Centre Cumberland 32 Delaware kit Erie Fayette Franklin Fulton Jefferson Jani aut Lackawanna Ocic Luzerne 51 by Mckean 2 Mercer Mottoe Montgomery m on 11 Northampton North Amberlang 73 104 98 6 Sulu Sui i Basque Kaaua 103 19 Ami Morsund 206 t coloured All Wool French Cashmere at 65c per sold everywhere at coloured All Wool French Cashmere at 85c per regular retail Price f Jamestown and fancy we Are for these Well known which for durability and imported compete1 and lady who Lias once purchased for herself or children a dress or fabrics will buy no prices lower than Saine goods Are sold imported French polonaise and dress novelties to an the new and desirable effects used this season will be found at our counters in unlimited quantities and at unusually Low plaid goods will be much used this season for child zeus use and for mingling with Plain we shall offer some High novelties in this class of goods in Low priced a Well As Fine Black French Blacic French Cashmere at 40c per elsewhere at blast French Cashmere at 50c per sold elsewhere at Black French Cashmere at 60c per sold elsewhere lit Black French Cashmere it tic per sold elsewhere it Black French Cashmere at 75c per sold elsewhere t Black French Cashmere per sold elsewhere at Black French Cas Meres at per sold elsewhere it Black French Cashmere at per Sola elsewhere at we claim for our i Ash cres a finish and Duran div of color possessed by no other and service to Beni equal cannot be try get the Best Cash Mere dress for the Money you Ever owned and be convinced that Liat we Tell you is an Zudis potable hosiery underwear and aves fall offer the finest and Best assorted Stock of underwear and go Ever offered under our hundreds of dozens of mens heavy i Hose at 8 and we tier mens heavy Hose at 2oand25e per Ladi Ladi ies fancy Fiose at and per a 11 Good styles and splendid goo ies fancy Hose at 20 and 25c per that will be found gum things for t did goods for tie the High novelties in ladies fancy Cash Cru and Wool Hose at new designs in mens Fine i suitable for Jall at 75c and per ladies Merino underwear at and 2 x ladies Scarlet Wool underwear at 92 or h for the All mens Merino shirts and Panta at and All better value for the Money then can be procured mens Scarlet Wool shirts and pants at and desirous of a Verv Good will find the Quality just what they mens gloves in and Berlin mens hog and Sheen boys heavy lined ladies Berlin lined and cloth gloves at Anil Sulc per ladies kid lined gloves and on 3button kid gloves at soc per pair will be Sara Equality As last no better can be found at the our 3 and 4 Button la Trosa kid at and per every pair warranted not to rip or tear first time put has never been equated at the Price and never will the q and 8 Button it and we keep in opera and White All others in All shades and c per sold elsewhere at 11 1 Grev willed flannels at 15 and 20c per Yard elsewhere at 20 and Grey willed flannels at 25 and 35c per Fuld elsewhere at 3o and Navy Blue willed All Wool indigo at 0 and cheap at 50 Anil plaid flannels at and per sold elsewhere at 15 and plaid flannels at so and h5c per sold elsewhere at 85 and extra at 35 Aud sold the country Over at 40 and of Plain White and Shaker Plain White Domestic flannels at regular Price Plain White Domestic flannels at 15c per regular Price Plain White Wool a Kuhels at 20c regular Price Plain White Wool flannels at 25c per regular Price Plain White Wool per regular Plain White Wool flannels at m and 50c per regular Price of and Plain White Wool flannels at 65 aud75c per wort i 8l and w Hite Wool Shaker flannels at 35c per sold elsewhere at White Wool Shaker flannels at 40c per sold elsewhere at White Wool Shaker flannels at 50c per sold elsewhere at White Wool Shaker flannels at fi5c per sold elsewhere at White Wool Shaker flannels at 75c per som elsewhere at Jamestown All Wool flannels in and Grey or All Wool sheeting unbleached Cotton flannels at 5 and per sold everywhere it 1 ends unbleached Cotton flannels at 8c per sold everywhere at unbleached Cotton flannels at Loc per sold everywhere at unbleached Cotton flannels at 12jc per old everywhere it unbleached Cotton flannels at 15c Itlo Curry bleached Cotton flannels it 8j Auu Loc id Cotton flannels at t sold everywhere it 18 to Joc per sold everywhere at 10 and 1 Anil 15c per sold everywhere at 15 Ami Wool ten Quarter White Wool blankets at and per that cannot be per clued elsewhere for less than and White Wool blankets at per that cannot be purchased else were for ten Quarter White Wool blankets at per that cannot be per clued Here Lew ten Quarter White Wool blankets at3 per that can idiot be purchased Olse Wiirre less than Elevenie Marler White Wool blankets at 84 per that cannot be purchased due where fur less White Wool blankets it Sand per that will be found splendid value for eleven Quarter White Wool blankets at and per cheap Atlo Anil i extra Large White Wool blankets at and 15 per coloured Wool blankets it and per sold elsewhere at fl50 and coloured Wool blankets at and per cheap at and we aug have a Large variety of All Wool Domestic and some Nice things in plaid and fancy big bargains in bleached and unbleached table Turkey red and Hack and damask cloaks and to be found and at such Low prices that no one will find it necessary to look elsewhere fora Well made Ami it we shall also offer a special bargain in extra Marjre double Wool it tra Ordinary Low Price of equal to any in the vie also show a handsome line of single Shenwu in new and novel from to heavy Envor cloaks at and each All great Vul no for so Low a heavy Beaver cloaks at to be found elsewhere at heavy Beaver clocks at h to be found elsewhere at heavy Beaver cloaks to be fount i elsewhere at heavy Beaver cloaks at to be found Mckei Valiere at heavy Beaver cloaks at to he found elsewhere at heavy Beaver cloaks at and not to be found elsewhere Matuny heavy Beaver cloaks it and not to be Ion my elsewhere at any heavy Beaver cloaks at and not to be found elsewhere at any Large variety of the new shades and colourings in velvet Beaver ladies Ullert Ami Cassimeris and 25 pieces Kentucky jeans at and regular everywhere 25 pieces Kentucky jeans at 15c per regular retail Price everywhere 30 pieces Kentucky jeans at 20c per regular retail Price everywhere 23 Kentucky jeans per regular retail Price everywhere 13 pieces new style Cassimeris jeans at s5e per can probably be found elsewhere at less than 12 pieces Wool Cassimeris at 40c per Yard regular retail Price 15 pieces Wool canst Meres Assoc per regular retail 2s pieces Wool Cadi Taerea at 05c per regular retail Price 80 pieces Wool Cassimeris at 75c per regular retail Price Al and Thip a Price with and we make it our aim to see How Good a thing we can give our cd Stouard r the Beaver cloths for cloaking from the cheapest to the Best Quality 3latelaase cloaking in All styles and qualities anything new in cloaking or look for it tit our we will have cloths from 85c to is per Good things Fortu Gurra Utown split and double Zephyr and knitting yarns of we shall make a specially Ami parties who Are unable to reach our counters can order by enclosing Post office order and Stamps for and be sure of having their orders promptly exactly As or Money y lunge Are and Corset very new Novelty for neck Wear will be found in this department of soon As in the no matter what it if a we have Large and attractive lines of French Cyprus and German Vals at lower prices than these goods Are usually we Are currying the largest stocks at the lowest prices and hav ing All the popular makes called our 50c Corset is a Marvel at the Price and will compare favourably with any 75c our Tine styles of corsets at Are All Good and splendid value for the particularly the extra Long 15 with embroidered a stand Side Fine French Woven corsets muslims and at 3c per Yard a better Muslin than can be found elsewhere at at 5c per Yard a better Muslin than can be found elsewhere at at 6 we per Yard same Muslin As found elsewhere at to at 8c per Yard same Muslin As found elsewhere at at Loc per Yard same Muslin As found elsewhere at Frt and 114 bleached and Brown sheeting at lower figures than can be found else and 54 Inch Pillow mrs Lens at less Price than Advance in Cotton goods does not affect on while other merchants raise their ours remain the same or matting and Oil the largest Stock of carpets this Side of now York or and at lower prices than offered at either on assortment of chains and All Wool and can Only be equated by our Large variety Ami handsome part f Brussels and tapestry that carpets have advanced 3 1u1 Pir weft Lill continue to sell carpets it last season Wem adjust what it Ami win sell carpets at much lower than you can but no matter where liar May turkish and fancy Nottingham and curtains at inviting we have one of the most competent in the and will is House to suit the taste of the most our wonder Ltd combination of useful and fancy articles at 4 cents in this consisting in part of fancy and laundry and Noih of every be found articles Worth from 10 to All spread out on counters and tables Ami at tie uniform Price of 4 when we say that there Are Over articles to a Start magnitude at so Low a Price May be it will pay you to make this department a housekeeping in this department will be found everything that is necessary to a remit let Stock of tinware at less prices than you have overseen a Complete Stock of glassware at prices so Low that it looks almost like giving it English and american Iron Stone China in Plain White and decorated dinner Ani lamp painted toilet and everything Unett Aroito a bags and live bargains in prints and Yards grahams at 5c j Yards Gingham at per Yards Gingham at 8c per Yards Short length prints at 3c per Yards Good american prints at 4c per american prints at 5c per Yards beat Quality american prints at per m attn these prices if you a word to those living in Greenville and Vicinity of at be made by adjoining localities by coming to Meadville or to Husville and purchasing their a dry go Trade a8 mine at 25 per less the rests any than the lowest Price of dealers examine my 8tock to oonvinoe1 a doubt that their Jug s i to buying goods amount of dollars and upwards a by tube bahj1oad ticket wu1 be Given
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