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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1879, Greenville, Pennsylvania James stated state Kimlel of Koi Pooe of went july Couis bios aired of h a new feature in the of yellow fever in uk13011111 by Board of la a sit Ion to expend Ai a Neces sary of the Liaf hos Jons wemin1 to arrived u Philadelphia on Tiik been formally brought before the department at a special agent has been seat to Earielo ascertain the views of tie people an to whether Walker is a fit Man to be postmaster of so highly intelligent reputable u a pleasant it Rosr 8 editor Advance Arffia i have the Honor of making the following of Progress and in final closing of the he Muon school in West of taught by miss Emma v att att anal other to tile of having on Severa Loc and other textile Muj Del ring its i am pleased to say that As a first Effort in teaching Alia has been quite both in the general conduct of Ibe school and the Prog to of her i heartily congratulate her for having succeeded so Well in her drat and Hope her future As a Bay be Ever crowned Wotli the last Day of miss school made exceedingly pleasant by a picnic Din served in a Grove near the school the Young folks seemed to enjoy and All appeared Well the Day wa3 propitious mud All were among other pleasant of the i must not omit to mention of the teachers pupils joined in presenting her with some substantial proofs of their regard and love for and she of her part gave mementos of her regard for her a nulls in tie form of cards to All and prizes to the especially in leaving miss Bond carries with her the Good will Aud Best wishes of fabrics Gupp to be infected with the of the it in claimed sat the outbreak of Tuv fever this was by tie infection jars contained in of poor ii eople who coulis Iun afford to destroy their lint the taut saturday there 38 new cases reported at Memphis would indicate that something ought at once to be done to Stop the spread of the Triebe is no longer any such institution As the merchants manufacturers insurance of is important in View of the fact worthless policies in this com Pany have recently been written at and May be attempted company we t out of business in of the combination ticket Ninina at Mercer last for and for Coro while for jury is a and Hasa sure thing on ills election to that it will be teen that the Paerl lace on the part of the democrats is not so great after California held her election yes and next monday Maine will hold in the first named Tatei politics is very much though the general prospects for the republicans Are in Maine the indications steadily and every Confidence is Dow Felt that the out come will be entirely favourable to the the Vicksburg As staunch a Democrat As any of says of the asses equation of Dixon it will be referred to All Over this coun try As undeniable proof of political la tolerance in whatever May be the ultimate result of let us at least Hope it will Mark the beginning of the end of political violence in we Hijune tie Greenback party of tills county assumed the dignity of a separate political the wily and unscrupulous leaders of the democracy of the county have been moving heaven and Eartis to accomplish a disintegration of the third party and an absorption of its Mem will you walk into my Par Lor has been the tempting invitation of the democracy to the Republican Well As the democratic Green of every favourable and As n the invitation has been and the leaders of the Green backers have walked will the rank and file follow we will be told that the nomination of a common ticket by Green backers and democrats is but a tem the democracy do not so regard it they look upon it As a and on its wave expect sail into the port of local Vic they expect to use the Green backed for a present which is to gain a Victory at the november which they Hope will give them Preti Ige for the More important Campaign of will men who Are republicans from principle and differ with their old party Only on the ques Tion of permit themselves to be led into the Camp of Bourbon democracy we Are not prepared to believe look around and in the Light of reviving Indus tries on every hand in the Clear Light of successful resumption of specie payment in the abundant evidence of Good times see the utter the decision of the attorney Gen eral that soldiers in National Homes entitled to arrears of pensions should receive such arrears in and that they should not by paid Over to the officers of the disposes of a widely circulated democratic attack upon the administration based on the statement that it was trying to deprive inmates of these Homes of arrears due Kemble has entered bail in to answer the charge of corrupt solicitation of legislators and per and Leisinring on the same the District attorney has been instructed by the grand jury to prepare indictments a Elmit representatives Silvert lion and Alfred Short on the charge of conspiracy to advise and promote corrupt failure of All the doleful predictions of your and return to your Pla Ces in in organization that has by Long and successful experience demonstrated its ability to manage the affairs of state As no other party had Ever done be not but in the Light of stubborn let your unbiased judgment control your a in connection with the Sabbath school picnic at Pine Grove last Fri a very pleasant episode which will be Long remembered by Many who participated an Well known and highly respected citizen of this resides at Pine Dur ing the on Friday it occurred to some of his friends in at inn independents of Yazoo still though Dixon is on the Day of his funeral a Large meeting of their party was hold at Yazoo and resolutions passed to nominate a full with two negroes upon and to see it backed by if it is believed that it will be As the negroes largely outnumber the Whites and Are mostly As Are also about a third of the Whites the Sharon Herald Calls it de thus that great feat in Toad swallowing the a smaller body swallowing a successfully performed at Mercer of monday the Green backers getting away with the de the Wise As a for it retained the Only sure that of jury commis whose nomination is an elec the Toad will hop about until after the first tuesday in when it will retire from Tendance upon the and Clatl zeus of the that in View of his High character As a and his Public spirited it would be a Graceful thing to Call upon him and tender him a Public acknowledgement of the High esteem which he is not Only by his immediate but by Many friends in various parts of Mercer accordingly at about a procession was formed at the and headed by the Helicon band of this which furnished the music for the marched to the residence of Cunningham and tendered him a neat Aud complimentary James behalf of the visiting made a Brief tendering in appropriate terms the respects of the Kel principal of the Pine Grove nor Mal school and responded in behalf of Cunningham and the citizens of Pine pastor of the made a few directed mainly to cunning hams aged and respected although almost overcome with in Conse educational a Fine Larce con Enorse of non internat link the fourth annual meeting of the educational convention of Law and Mercer was held on August in Cunningham Pine the Day was and by 10 Oclock Tho largest audience Ever yet conf vented in the Park assembled around the speakers in the absence of the president of the called the meeting to and Isaac Keller was elected chairman pro Theoter Cates of the Day were opened with prayer by after which the minutes of the preceding meeting were read and after letter were read from of Corry of Venango county or Aud governor the first speaker intros need to Ino Audi ence was of who briefly set Forth Lue advantages of education and the influence hint this and similar meetings have he called attention to the importance of the higher education of the whole people and the de mands of our Peculiar form of government in the matter of a thorough training of our the next made a plea in behalf of our common and warmly advocated the Elevation of the teachers profession in the recognition of its claims by the people Aud school he showed that retrenchment in the appropriation of funds for the support of the common schools is not but will necessitate tue appropriation of much larger amounts of Money to restrain and in Nash he was of who made a stirring speech on the characteristics of Good he claimed that a knowledge of subject matter was tue first thing a teacher should that no amount of theory will compensate for a Lack of knowledge of what is to be he emphasized the importance of thoroughness on the part of showing that teach ers fail not so much on account of a methods As on account of a Lack in the knowledge of what they Hli speech Una Well old incr that As the divinity Side Hod been he would give til e Law Side of Ibe Mallei of Lizzie of then favored the audience with a very line which was listened to with Breall less this closed a very profitable at one Oclock the convention was again called to and the report of the treasurer was of new was introduced and delivered an exceedingly Fine lecture on old or How to make the most of old Many in attendance at the convention expressed themselves As regarding it one of Tho finest lectures they had Ever listened Day held the at Tention of a vast audience Lor nearly an and when he ended All would have been glad had be continued another to any Community for he who obeys the jaw of god has no need to break the of the permit me Here to say that the reorganization is doing More to solve the Utah ques than All the Wisdom of Congress and Power of the president by taking the Book which they profess to Bat which in Strong and their poly amlo and other abominable and thereby Appeal to their have been sent from there to the abandoning their evils and becoming upright and la abiding Cettl through these i would like to give you the speech of made at while be was vice president of the and another in Ohio a year or so but this article is already too the last error of the Romance i shall Here note is the statement that Joseph Smith was killed in his own Temple at Nau it is a matter of history to Bact he was killed by a Dlug nosed mob at no was Ever Able truthfully to substantiate a single charge of evil against bal their awful under the inspiration of led them to murder him and Bis brother without any jus canse or in conclusion let me slate briefly the Doc Trine of the reorganized Church of latter Day saints believing in the of god and his divine we teach Faith in god and his our Savior repentance and baptism by for the remission of sins imposition of hands for the gift o the holy ghost and Terni i Hope Ere Long we May have the privilege of presenting on Faith and doctrine to the people of this that they May have Correct understanding of the reasons to our Belle the democratic Herald of Butler says that of Crawford charges the Greenback candidate for Congress in this District last with having reported that John the democratic was offered to retire from the and that would retire for that amount in Case Bard would not accept Tho the Herald adds we know nothing at All about this but this we1 do that of All men in the Bard is the last Man who could either be bribed to be or not to be a a sort of a Gulf Stream of Gold is pouring into this country from eng of Friday last the Steamer Canada brought in Gold the London Chancie in Gold is directed by a Steamer due at Southampton the 1st of the bulk of this together with recently will probably go to meet the american a great Deal More Bullion will undoubtedly go to in some quarters it is believed that within a comparatively Brief space will be sent it comes to this country in payment for Gold goes where h is queues of the unexpected and flatter ing arose and made a few feeling pastor of the presbyterian Church of Pine also made a few and was followed by pastor of the presbyterian Church of this who closed by announcing the in singing which All the baud leading the pronounced the after which the pro cession was reformed and marched Back to the the whole affair was Well conceived and owns the Beautiful Grove where the picnic was but has Given it to the for Pic Nic and Kindred during a Long and useful life has been a Liberal Patron of every Good for commencing with he was one of the Board of county and a competent Aud faithful he was 83 years old last May to Many years yet to enjoy the Harvest which his judicious sowing has made Bare to Romance or editor Advance arg i under the above caption an cop led irom the Philadelphia appeared in your Issue of August so full Olmis that it is surprising that it could emanate from the pen of a journalist like it is Joseph Smith did not receive a collegiate be ing the son of a his Early life was passed in that As is the Case with Farmers boys he could Only be spared a Short portion of his time to at tend besides the advantages Lor obtaining even a common school Educa Tion at that period were not to be compared with a lat they now but such As they were he therefore he was neither illiterate or in the common acceptance of those and for Intelli his subsequent As Well As Tho testimony of those who were intimately acquainted with prove him to have been Ibe peer of any with the same advantages of information we lab he the statement of his peeping i n the Green Stone with Brown to locate or is so absurd that it is hardly Worth a been air or the in tiered be lore special Orra Poydence Advance one Hundred and fifty two graduates 1 the Normal con use this the Sale of milk Darlng the Assembly a raged 500 quarts the boats Are still withal res passenger in a few More How their work will be done for the season there Are still Many people on this porn some come especially to enjoy quiet res and that is found Here after the it is rumoured that the i co will build some boats next year to Counce with Iralis on and also that 111 will build a new howl at ibis the total number of Bells rung for the As Sembly Are the Many excursions to Niagara from the part of the country have been Well a the Cost of each meeting being counted n amounted to on half a and Stilt some j people the grounds presented a appearance on an excursion i about three Hundred fro m was brought on the an old soldiers reunion will take place Here Good speakers Wilt be present and talk Over the old times of 01 to a of Greenville representatives will have returned Home this except of Tignell Aud and who will return next Frank beards new Hook on notes on with illustrations by promises to be a As the author is Well known it will not need any recon the school of languages closed on wed the attendance was consid ering that it was the first its future is very the question of the Day what will be the next project set Forth by Vincent the sanitary condition of Chautauqua bos been better this year than Ever it bos been unusually considering the number of people that have met Here at one the garbage was thrown into barrels and carried away in none was thrown into sinkholes or emptied into the the in company with superintend but of the were very vigilant in keeping everything in the Brush electric which so Beau 11 fully lit up the grounds at was from it consists of a Dynamo electric driven by a twelve horsepower placed on the Shore by the Bath two wires connected this with each Light on the inns keeping it Light at As Well As two new buildings will be erected by an other for the school of languages and the other for the Normal course the site for the former building has not been definitely determined but it will be out in the away from the it will consist of recitation rooms and o be Large study with an old Ash toned the latter Wilt been Elton the oppose be the where the Tabernacle formerly it will be used solely by the alumni the Amphitheater and auditorium Are once More although the streets Are not quite As Many Are remain ing on account of the pleasant the whack of the croquet balls and the screech of the steam boat whistle still disturbs the none of the sounds that Issner from the Ark a few weeks ago Are now All is and in a few hours we also can bid goodbye to Point Lake and but not to Chanth Nina for the year of pedal Mlp Teji to the Cleveland Voguit As made in the Leader Bome Days who of the operations of a Confidence Man in Trumbull he fre gently gave the name of Jones or Bat had an alias for his game seemed to he to set for a one Hundred Ollar Bill he hired horses face gently and his Headquarters with Simeon a who for some unaccountable ots of Stock in the Confidence it Bough told that he was on under the name Briggs of 128seneca or Confidence Friend procured a team f Charlie of and came to this he Dro re so Bard list one of the horses died and he lived another from Kistler f this giving his name Aston of the Kistler t Harris horse not returning at the Pecl fied sheriff Bartlett was and last night returned after a visit to the of where he licked no information enough to set Down cunning Ham Etas a great it seems that he not Only is guilty of running off but has purloined the wife of a Butler he came to this Man in May at once into the Good graces of and and although arrested on suspicion once or twice while at their they promptly bailed and otherwise manifested their entire Confidence in the result was just As the villain had he got the to Matt and at once made for this locality and settled Down with the baldwins in his operations in this Vicinity were not particularly criminal until the theft of the horse belonging to Kistler bar sewing see who use it in Greenville and Vicinity Toj Hou Rhabon 35 years five feet wears Black Chin nine whiskers and Aud has mrs d t Belton w b Henry lev Bortz miss Mabel Templeton mrs h n Shrom to Forrest e Richardson neti Lotson j h Likins jew Vaughn Geo b Scott o b Baker j s Laird James c Brown Isaac Amy Bam Hamblin a a Yeakel d f Mertz up Arnold h Romich e 8 Mckinley w e Beiger jew land Frank Huber j w Christy w w Emery James Campbell d p Packard Jno Beachler Job Campbell j t Carmichael Tillman Bortz Dan Whiteman Jacob Uhler Benj Henlein miss Mary Diefenderfer mrs Benj Mandell marked on one Arm in India Ink the initials the horse stolen in Hudson is a dark Chestnut left foot White above the ankle the horse stolen in this City is a dark Bay Mare with Light mane and the authorities Here think the Man a wanted in some Remote and Are putting Forth consid Erable Effort to get a Liberal re Ward is offered for his the Chap referred to above is the hero of the Romance of real which was contributed to the and Vance Akocs from Butler county some weeks what the Republican party has done for the finances of the nation May be summarized As follows the extinguish ment of nearly six Hundred millions of the principal of a debt which was forced upon the coun try by the treasonable acts of these cession democracy the aggregate saving Large a sum a interest the resumption of sue Cie payments the funding of the a Low rate of interest and establishment of our credit abroad fun Opar with that of the most favored the policy which has done All this is that the democrats and their Greenback allies Are so attacking All Over the the steady growth of Prosperity is proof of Wisdom of rep Bucad a the Germantown Telegraph puts Down on paper a character that is familiar to All Earnest workers at our thus it is easy enough to pass Over the contributions at our fairs and i have got better than this Aud that myself at of he Mav Why should he not raise prime and prize As Well As other people but ask him Why he did not bring them Forth in and he will Tell you that it was too much he Only same to look and criticise what others might con it was a great Deal pleas Anter he could than make a Day of it could come and go when he was tired Aud be done with when he encountered his neighbors in a Little he proceeds with his complains of and thinks it is unless those exhibitions can be better gotten to abandon them every Farmer who cares anythings about these annual fairs should lend his assistance and become an efficient and not Only do Alt he can himself to but should in Duce others to do it is Only such efforts and such a will that can insure such a degree of Success As to silence the most hidebound passing and that professed affidavit is very for these reasons it conflicts with the test Mouy of his own a who were certainly they said int Smith was always kind and considerate towards and when he contemplated be informed them of telling them we o Bis Choice would and asked them if they had any Obj Cllon they were pleased with his and invited him to bring his wife Home Amer their so much for the into Lance this affidavit makes Hale say the Book of mormon was a silly fabrication of false Hood and wickedness gotten up for Specula there is nothing of that charac Ter in the and no unprejudiced person who Ever read it would make such a state it is the history and dealings of god with a people who inhabited this continent in the coming Here at the confounding of language at the Tower of and of whose existence the explorations in South America and Yucatan see Catherwood travels and the almost innumerable discoveries in the of the see baldwins ancient America give undeniable and Bear out in a wonderful manner the truth of the record contained in the and testify to its divine another false statement that none were allowed to see the plates on which the rec ords were hear this testimony be it known new All tongues and people unto whom this work shall bal Joseph trans Lator of this Maui shown unto us the plates of which Halh been which have the appearance of Gold and As Many of the leaves As the said Smith bos Transl we did handle with our and we also saw Ibe engravings All of which Lias the appearance of ancient work and curious workmanship and this we Bear record with words of that the said Smith has shown unto for we have and and know of a surety that the said Smith has got the plates of which have been and we give our names Nuto the to witness unto the world that which we have seen and we he god bearing witness of it Christian John Hiram Joseph Hiram Samuel besides these there were three others who saw them and Belr testimony 1 similar to the but they were Oliver paved and Martin another mistake is that the firstborn o Joseph and Smith was a they never had a daughter born to a four in were the eldest of whom is the presen honoured president of the reorganized Church Kendall on burling ton 4 Quincy where is also located the Board of an Lort Lauon regularly chartered u under the Laws of the Bute of they publish the Kont and the the Church numbers from to hav ing branches in nearly every state and wherever they the irrespective of testify that they Are an industrious Honor important to the great mass of voters in this country Are too negligent of the duties imposed upon them by and in spite of the most frequent warning there Are always found some who fail to secure their right of suffrage be cause of neglect of some simple this being too much cannot be said to direct ail in the right and Legal Channel under the new Constitution every person desiring to vote at the approaching november election must Nave resided for the period of two the election District where he offers to and if Over Twenty two years of shall have paid within two years a state or county which shall have been assessed at least two and paid at least one month before the Day of More the citizen who re moves from one Borough or township to another Between the third of sep tember and election Day loses his right to because he must if that he has resided at least sixty Days in the District where he offers to and if he has re sided but or Twenty Days then he cannot declare that he has lived sixty Days those who wish to vote the coming fall had bet Ter examine the list of voters to be found at the election and see if their names Are if not on the inform the assessor of the it is the duty of every assessor to remain at the election House in his respective District on the 3d and 4th Days of when those not can find him and have their names put on the list of under the change made in our elec Tion Laws an assessor renders himself liable to a Fine of and three Mouths imprisonment for assessing a tax against any person after the time specified in the Law for closing his corporation in response to numerous auditor general Schell has issued a circular relative to the registration of corporations under the general reve nue he says All incorporated companies and institutions organized under the Laws of the or doing business in the including National and and Manu Taviga Plank Tele Road and water building and loan associations and saving ins Titu and All other incorporate companies and institutions excepting and All limited partner ships Are required to Register without regard to the nature of business or the new registration of corporations and limited partnerships is required without regard to former the registry must be filed on or before september to relieve from the penalty of imposed by the new this penalty will be rigidly enforced on those failing to comply with the requirements of the companies and Patter ships claiming exemption from taxation should accompany the registry with a sworn state ment showing the nature of their business and grounds for registries will be carefully examined after september and not liable to taxation will be jail delivery at about 7 Oclock on tuesday even ing of last six prisoners escaped from the Crawford county in by removing a Large Stone from the upper part of the Wall on the second and thence descend ing a rope made from the bed to the jail Twentyfive feet be from which escape was easily completed through a Gate opening into chancery the last of the was recaptured by the janitor in a few the five who escaped Are described As follows by sheriff who offers a Reward of each for the arrest of the fugitives George aged Amer Black Black five feet six inches weighs 150 Charles Light Brown Blue five feet eleven inches weighs 150 John Light Blue Light Small Low heavy five feet two inches Sandy Blue no five feet nine inches Wiehls 140 Frank dark Brown Black five feet nine inches Brosell and Warden Are awaiting trial for Sheridan for assault with intent to Henderson for Lar and a tramp for aggravated assault on the Foreman of the reporter we Kemp Adam Linderman mrs j e Brown John Stinson Rev John Peate m l osterhout Edward Bell miss m f Dumars mrs Alex Bright Joe Peck Addison Miller j f Turner a r Davi w a a t Kreps Jno Phillips h c Hoomer Jacob Mosier Sam 8 Rice o h Spencer we Boulger Dan Derby Sam Hawks e Dunlavy Joshu Rumfelt Sam West Josiah Homer Theodore Becker de Comstock Jonathan Hawks Jacob Fleming we Billig miss Mary Harlow mrs Allen Turner Henry Gackenbach s h Fin is Jas w Baird Amos Snodgrass Levi Moyer so Long Lona Custer John s Mitchell Sam Hatton Jacob Hoffman am Zuschlag Dan Zuschlag Ludwig Zuschlag j h Bernhard Elijah Webber t f Mcfarland Jno Weiand Francis Ludwig Eliza Snodgrass t w Mcfarland j b Everhart Jacob Kepner l a Clark David Goodman Benjamin Jennings Hattie Burns Albert fell Henry j Reichard j s Piersol e h Fusselman col Silas Hunter John h Sisley Martha m Abbott a c Slater Rev w r Bruce Jno Johnson we Moyer Jyh Snipie Jno Dawes h Raub e w Mattix g j Beckman James say d f Mertz Lewis Gephart Jesse Hoffacker Jonathan Thompson Jno p Smith Reuben Cristman Sarah Fletcher s artherholt Isabella Kelson j s Loutzenhiser Jas w John Callahan Jemima Woods it Loutzenhiser s s Hile Ella Rutter t h Kannegeiser d Lohr David Linn Jacob Deeta Joseph Mcgargal e h Bidwell Joseph Kamerer w w Sankey w a Brown Jacob Bach h e Brown Reuben Jaxtheimer j p Derr we Bear Philip Reimold by j c Campbell mrs Georgane James Richard Geo Aldenderfer Thomas Jaxtheimer thorns we Eisenhart Joseph Dawes n p Lininger Jacob Hoffacker James Nelson j w Vossler we Mccafferty Sam Marks Peter Hill g w Rector Nathan Morford r e Woods Sam Workman l h Mohr Mandus Bortz Howser James Diefenderfer Geo Limber t Mills Jas Mills j Caldwell Aaron Bloomer Rev j a Newell Jno Hoffman Alex Hildebrand Jackson artherholt a r fell m j Sawyer Maria Miller or Baird e b Brockway John Fonlk Joseph Moore Mccray Sarah Welz John Laver Jacob Laver Emerson Brown Chas h Greenwalt r Klingensmith am inns Catharine Derr Jennie Myers Jacob r belts Lester Melyin Paul Arner Susan Miller Jno Cannon Isaac Keck Lynus Harnet Philimon Dilly Madison Harnet successors to to Jener dealers in furniture Maggie Cooper Dan Keck Mort Beachly Jas Nelson w m Mitcheltree we Harkness miss c Snyder mrs Henry White Sloan Chas Rickert win Ray David Simmons Amos fell j p Osborn Osborn Jno chess Anil others bin fun stun j up utile everything in the line of House furnishing goods cooking and heating at a suns jewelry e Oyster packers game sole agents for the follow los celebrated and Law oysters in you can furnish your House with All the essentials from our establish 1 brai to Manta the in past yours 374j 179 Liberty Val Noble lot for the undersigned offers for Sale a valuable building lot situated on Shenango near race terms apply to or Eow of r the Oil Turner 183 main Gree Mill where we would be pleased to meet Oil customers and As Many As May us with a Johnston is but the american of la the place to Stop at when in the it is located at 544 Liberty about two squares from the Union convenient to All trains North or South Street cars pass by the door to All parts of the rooms elegantly and comfortably fitted prices lower than any other hotel in the accommodations equally As Good if not bolter than May that charge enormous by writing to the or specie terms can be made for persons who wish to occupy rooms for a week or transient crime from the Pittsburgh polygamy is a crime they have made it a Here and there a journal cannot distinguish Between the in thuggery is the religion of a does any one imagine we would permit a set of thugs to murder at because of any sup posed religious sense they might have regarding it crime cannot be per re rated under pretence of in the Case of who Mur dered his the crime is yet few doubt that the Man persuaded under his religious that be was called on to make the the Only Relief for the Man will be in the idea that he was we mention these cases to show that crime cannot be excused under a religious this is the exact trouble with the possibly there Are those among deluded in to the real belief that polygamy is a religions does not or pal lists the la Gold Cost of analysis will be paid for e very ounce of adulteration found in White for Sale by Roberts 4 833 i tallow the Greenville retell i b 3 in crackers flip Oft Green English 9 Doz fish cod web Mackerel mess Mackerel Labrador Lake herring 9 Corn Pultz l red White wheat rat Rev Green 9 land out meats breakfast Bacon Side mess dried 9 new 9 prunes Raisin Heilman contractors ran plans and specifications furnished on they Are also proprietors of the Pherrin planing and Are always ready to furnish Alt kinds of building material to All parties wishing to office at the canal join Lornson was Here on the until Barnum comes just come in find see tin and to will How you one or Tho largest stocks of glassware a n d silverware Ever brought to this just receive Placar Load of new at Tho same Price of common stoneware we arc Selling Tho Taylor Are always on hand and ready at any hour when called room on race first door South of oppose be we have constantly on band and at very reasonable habits for women and a and Odd attention paid to the laying oat and preservation or keeping them in perfect race near wests 62 of a Thiel College evangelical lutheran tenth tear begins sept Letb seven per address or principal academic Mercer county Geode eyes tobacco 49coontry produce taken la Exchange for pint door East of Shenango pay the Public for buying goods of by Selling Good goods at dry goods in every our dress goods department com Prises the latest novelties from the Best print to the Black and fancy including Henrietta patterns of latest styles free to our ladies cloaks silk and Lisle thread l Ace m we guarantee it As Good As the just a Carload of quart and two quart Stone Fecit jars with tin just As Good for Canning to Matoes As Glass or und at on third the our Stock of moulding and frames lamp Flower hanging Wood and Willow Ware fruit Jar Wax to keep the Royal Royal and the Black Diamond expressly for Canning rubber ours and umbrellas a full line of Fine teas and coffees a specially in our grocery millinery their millinery Stock in no place in Western Penn Vlna can you find As great varieties quantities of Sta Milan and Paris and fancy ornaments fancy pattern hats and Bon nets in endless bridal gods a boots i shoes in our new shoe store we have a Large assortment of which we ure of Nurmi and see we occupy foul department containing separate come yourself of the above respectfully Ell pc Aleza Irr in 153 165 oldest clothing House in Mercer Henlein i sewer pipe and Drain tile at Bottom in care you Call and see forgo Osseif before you have just received full and Complete Stock of travelling before which we will sell from 20 to 30 per lower than Ever the senior member of the Ayag s stores besides the one at enables him to Bay goods lower figure than any other clothing House in the reason we can sell much lower than any other a a a Call and be 188

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