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   Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1893, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                              It TO APYWmM tM TMI tMMBBADUtl EVJSUV t THE EVENING TNI VtKY Or ALL BOMB I MAY Single Copies Two Arraigned before Jus tice James TWO WOMEN HELD FOR Another Arrest of an Alleged Illegal Liquor Seller on Mis slonaryand His Wife Overcome by Gae In Their Room at a Con nellevllle May Tile hearing of the persons arrested by County Detcctivb Campbell for kcepiig speakessles on the Lciaenring road came up before Justice James Echard The justices office was crowded this morning at when the case of Mary McCarthy was taken She was charged with wllimr without a license and selling on A large number of witnesses that they hail bought whisky and ir at McCarthys Attorneys Searlght and James Craig conducted defense and DLntrict Attorney Jeffries looked after the interests of tbe prosecu After hearing all the Justice Echard placed her bail nf ftlOO on each count in Uifl She vviw unable to furnish j The next case taken up was that of Bridget Ac She also charged j with selling liquor without a licence and with selling on Acton stilted that she had sold itotltiug but birch beer j and home made testified to buying liquor at her place find was lield for court under which she unable to j William Olluru was then called U to the same He a bet iuuu ouuugi lv m ter defense Uiun the Attorneys prejudiced argument in favor ot McDonald and McCray are looking after Smith praised the worth and character of tho man on and ended his address by deploring the dis sensions that had wrought such havoc in his When he had finished there was a hum throughout the audi ence and then dead for in the front of the church with hie bands up commanding stood the Byron minister of the New York Avenue Presbyterian the divine who joinod Grover Cleveland and Francis Folsoni their Washington and the man who today celebrates his fiftieth anni versary as a minister of tho gospel in the Presbyterian While I do not desire to make nny comments on tny young friends aer said Sunderland and with an imprewiveneaa that rendered the silence oppressive to the CREEK MET CREEKI Sm th fhowed His Hand and Dr Sunderland May ministers occupied the majority of the pulpits in the Protestant churches here both in tho mgruing and evening With two very nota ble the scruious wcru of the ordinary containing no utterances or of any ideas that would Willis of the newly eiocted and Merle of New York Clevelands old pastor while she resided in the metropo made themselves prominent and stirred up the intense feeling that ia all ready to burst forth on tho final iwue ot the BriggB It was well known to every member of the assembly that the judiciary whose and it might be only labor is to consider the case of were against Twentyone members compose the and of thU number positively and probably are antagonistic to the reverend gentle man who has worked such a division in the ranks of The news among the delegates that the judiciary committee would surely make their report not later than to morrow and the rumor that their discussion might be made known to the assembly caused consid erable excitement among the visiting So when Moderator in his sertnon at the New York Avenue Presbyterian delivered himself of sentiments while not very were yet sufficiently emphatic to indicate bis feeling as a member of the BriggB were was a Craigs little whirlwind was only a ripple compared with the storm raised in tho largo congregation that assem bled Sunday morning at the First Pres byterian church to pass on the abilities of Clevelands New York He is a young man and an eloquent From the beginning his ser mon was a it might be al hta Detective Campbell arrested William KRllcyat the Jutliata works on Saturday t for selling liquor without Itilcy 1 brother of Mary and when Camp bell went over U the lUley place William wns but Hubscquuntly located When ho tiaw CajupljcU hu started to run but was and George had a very narrow escape from death Sat urday night at lite Central They had just returned from where they had been doing mi ctfonary work among the and arrived at Conncllsville the Their destination WHS Dawson wlicrc Naysmith has two They decided to spend r Bunday iitOonnelLwille as Ibey could get no train taDftwsin that They retiredearly and yesterday mo n Ing as Wife of Proprietor passingalotig the hall she smelled CalllliiK the door opened and and futlitd uucouscious find the room full of Naysmiths pulse had slopped beating and he who were paipaply aenous and wrought i I think it comes with very bad price from Briggs friends to refer tn I am a very old I continued the doctor with a pathetic j and the day of peace may come very I had hoped to die without witnessing anything that would tho Certainly lirigca and his friends by their actions arc not add was about White wan j ing strength to The doctor eat and it was a very puzzled audience that filed out af ter the closing Those two ser mons of Smith and Craig are the principal topic of conversation in re found that sue hod turned it uu again as Ijgious circles in Another there was no stop pin in the i sensation that was sprung at todays i session of the assembly was the long re j port of the committee on Sabbath ob In this report the commit tee deprecates the attitude of the Worlds fair commissioners in keeping the Fair on While we will not the word we ex pect every to act according to hie one of the Bignifi among that the ummoned and after a few hours work they were It was a close Nayjinith staled that upon going to bed she turned the gas but it was DOWN AT Evangelistic Services Cause Great DUSBAK May heaviest thunder storm of tlflj sCSroti vlaitcil Dunlwr zwc the sum of prayer be WifUam on the be fore Justice Cottom for disturbance on rilegeof the Sabbath in this As ibis is the first concerted actioi taken by a religious and one rep resenting thousands of it looks railroad train and paid for their like stormy waters ahead for the Worlds tail The Dunbar cornet band serenaded j Aflwimolnc club and Martin on the an ex The Smiley meetings are still increasing istenceof over two yearsthePhiladel in attendance and i phia amateur ewimmiiig club is no Hiles hod his witnesses in the i was confeeeed yesterday in favor of of the firm of cose m Pat the alleged Bmee Fubert streeti is Pat rick failed to show The representative from the Baptist Sunday school has returned from the con and states that the next Baptist convention will bo held in Dunbar in Oe George the second superinten dent of public instruction of Fayette is secretary of the Union Farmers assisted by Atkin son of on Saturday reduced a subglenoid dislocation of the shoulder of eleven weeks standing on the person of Brace Leonards Reuben has been with him for a few but will return to his homo at Ohiopyle The attending physician reports the case progressing satisfuctory Gcorge Eichm while standing on the platforn Saturday evening in his np parent usual instantly fell uncon but at present wriling is able to be The evangelistic services were successes yesterday all At the mens meeting at the church over 200 of the most prominent men were At the Presbyterian church List night over 30 signified their intention of chnnRlng their mode of KefTcr Iws gone to lor the sum of An execution has been issued and the club title and inter ests will be sold at A Plague of May agricultural district in the neighborhood of Mus tapha has been invaded by swarms oi locusts which have already done almost irreparable damage to the Large Dumbers of tho locusts are also seen ID Miss airjcar plcl girl ss acar pc gr tiirougli of ccpunof Uioevangelistic late for her knees this An MTVlCMjF Fine job printing in nil its branches at THK NKWK Prices lowest for toe quality of May Union Farmers lub met nt tbc residence of Squire Ed ards near Leisenring on Satui d here was a good attendance of the nd the ladies were well The ay was fine and all were A select ecitation was rendered by Mattie ryson and then the meeting got down to with John Wilkey The topic was Agricultural Depres with the following What Laws Are Unjust to Farmert Squire Edwards opened the discussion nd was followed by One thought ic interstate commerce law is not at uil a citing th fact that last week bushels of wheat was shipped to Liverpool from Chicago for six centa per nshellwtileitcqst eight between ere and Chicago Skjulre Edwards held that it is un ust to farmers for stock to run st large you dare not put up you are t the mercy oiJ jreechy He cited n instance of a man who put up three milk cows and one that was being fattened or The owners of the milk cows nid their dollar and took their cows the iwner of the dry cow sued for trespass mulcted the man in considerable he latter considered that the more yon ced trespassing stock the more money must pay for your John unk read an Instructive article on home THROWM FROM Sheriff Seriously Injurec Driving Sheriff was hurt on Saturday by falling from n conveynee Yandei He had been np n sale in Franklin tovrnihip bout ISffftO mill1 from Vandcrbiltnnd he othe men were retnnrinjc in two buck board when UK OWE ioat on M Wilbelm sitting came Uoso an caused both or them to fall backward the Both were injn ti sheriff in the buck and He was brought up the nn taken to his home in a His juries will confine1 to the house some Fayette Patriots Piusburn The lower HOUMC of tlioLegislature lias Mien fit to negative tbc bill providing for the purchase of the silo of old Fort Neces sity in Fayetto WasJiinR fought tho French The prqvement and tion of hiter Mtine wllfriow Inft for vrhate en and thore is enough liariotisin and histoViiial pride in ao do 1or tLe isciissed by Dunbar DEPRESSION AND ITS CAUSES he of Able Debates by the Members of the Farmers ClubSeme of the Remedies Sug gested for Existing EvilsThe Meeting an Interesting WORK OF YEARS The State Railroad Badly Dam by The road bed of the State Line railroad between Cheat Haven and Morgantown has been completely destroyed by the heavy rains of the past few The large allps in the hillside have completely destroyed all traces of the road bed and tens of thousands of dollars have been spent in Contractor who is now located at Cheat in an interview with a NEWS stated that the cost of remov ing the dirt from the slide would be more than the entire expense of grading the Work naw is at a standstill and the company has been notified of the condi tion of The cause of these tremendous slides is not but it is thought that all the earth above the coal has became loosened and fell of its own Contractor Tobin says that large retain ing possibly IB feet at the will have to bo built unless the road bed is The largest slide on the road is near Cheat where acres of earth have entirely engulfed the The principal slides arc on or near Cheat and If all tbe men who could possibly work on the road were employed the slides could not be removed before The statement that trains would be run ning between Uniontown and Morgan town i aside of six weeks was without foundation and it will now probably be a year it least before a through line is com ROYAL ARCANUM Fayette County Members Enjoyable Visit to A HUMAN SKELE10K Unearthed in and Found GREAT EXCITEMENT markets from the Stockmans To lhe Kdllor o THE NEWH owed by John Wilkey reading Lewis Bryson and others thought the game laws are unjust that they are made n the interest and pleasure of the city portemen and that farmers who raise game should have the right to kill On May 9 a number of Fayette county citizens left their homes to attend the meeting of the Grand Council of the Royal Arcanum at May 10 and The different of the order in the county evidently intended that this sec tion of the State should have a representa whenever they please except tlon to mj Md from reporte tMr imes when propagation Is gomg John efforu were crowued with At Wilkey thought he had a right to kiU quail Qreensburg thcy mot representatives APart of the Ghastly Reli Carried to the Coroners Office Half of the Body DiscoveredEvi dently a Portion of a Medical Stu dents Uniontown was startled this morning by the report that the body of a man had been found in a alley back of the resi dence of James Nabors on Berkley Nabors appeared at Mayor Reeds office with the left forearm of the The flesh was entirely gone but the ligaments were still preserved and the fingers could be opened and The other parte 6f the body had been found at the same place and Chief of Po lice Dick accompanied by Coroner Batton and a NEWS went out to look at the Just back of Nabors residence is a long alley running from Morgantown street to Berkley The is very steep and the heavy rain last night washed a large quantity of matter down the making lhe alley a veritable Last night Nabors found the left arm and the entire skeleton of the left side of a human The discovery created quite a sensation among the residents of that end of and many theories were Each had an opinion of his The remains had been placed in a box pre vious to the arrival of the coro The chief of when the news reached thought that the re mains were those of a man who had been buried a few days ago and had been ex while others thought that it might be the body of the missing Dunbar con Coroner Batton examined the skeleton carefully and found that a large part of it was the left part of the pelvis and the vertebrae being The Tertebrae had been sawed and other ports looked as though they had been dis The ligaments were in a good tr on his own regardless if any edicts to the iWhat UnequaJ Taxation Do Formeis iiavc to Beart was opened by John luiik who claimed that unequal taxation was caused by unequal assessments that own property is assessed too low or farmers property too high j Smith and Robert Smith took very conservative grounds and finally concluded n answer to Who Is to Blame that the j farmers themselves should shoulder that evening with a consisting of a tat part of the I tricolored knot of blue and What Is the Remedy was opened by j whicb made a very handsome appearance Edwards who contended that the upon the lapel of the coat from other sections of Western Pennsyl vania and all arrived at their destination on The headquarters in Williamsport was at the Park situated in one of the many pleasant spots of that great lumber and although the hotel was tbe genial and wholesouled Charles made every thing so agreeable that all felt at The members of the order were presented farmers should make an effort to put better men into office men who kuew duty to their constituents and have alnck enough to do Barnhart was called upon and with the usual oratorical thunder he keeps in j stock he aked the earth from Dan to The lightning of his energy struck out in all Nothing escaped from preacher to to committee andmembers of Wil liamsport council deserve unstinted praise of the order for the hearty and efficient manner in which they attended to the comforts and pleasures of the visiting Especially noticeable was the visit to the made Thurs May which boom some Fayette citizens wanted to bring home with them to liven up business in this A special train was oil hand which conveyed the Royal Arcanum their from congressman from legislator to He was especially severe upon the represj and wives on the and the trip ention at the State capital who in this wejj wortn a journey to that beautiful landof education and freedom voted to refuse the honest yeomen the right to ex Tiie boom extends many miles up the and contained at this time millions The city of Williams press theniselvea stthe polls upon ques tions of vital interest to morality and Barnhart is a veteran of the1 war and has got the rim the courage of a soldier and the firmness of a man who sees the right and fights manfully for that The next meeting will be held at the residence of John Wilkey June com mencing at when tha topic Barns will be The sub topics will be Are They a William What Kind of Stock Should Be Kept in Them What Height Should They Be Built Should They Be Ventilated PEOPLE YOU MAY William Sackett of Smithfield was here this Frank Forquhar of Fayette City is here today on Rock Marietta and William Stillvngon of Connellsville are in sown of Washington township is here visiting went down to Con nellsville this afternoon on legal Hoover and James Sterling of Mnsontown were Uniontown visitors Frank Clementson and son George came up from Fayette City this morning to see the Miss Bertha Knotts of who is attending school at vis ited her home here over bos returned from a trip to the He stopped at Chicago long enough to see part of the big Halderman of Morgantown 1 filled the pulpit for Hunter at Fairchancc and the Tont church yester Sutton of who was hero visiting her on Morguntown returned home this James an old and respected citizen of Oeorge came in over the from Smllhncld He is 91 years of Tho Black Canon which made siirli a great hit lost February will present play in Commercial May port is handsomely laid streets being electric lights and electric water and all modern improve The residences are handsome and tokens of wealth and comfort are seen on all The most pleasant feature of the visit was the hospitality of its inhab and members of Williamaport Royal Upon the last too much praise cannot be be stowed by members of the and this county has reason to be prouiid of the manner in which the representative of The forearm was very long and the hand unusually showing that the skeleton was that of a The conclusion was reached by Coroner Button that the body was a subject that some medical or dental student had The question how it came in the alley could not be but it was thought that the heavy rains had washed it down from the hill or that dogs had dug it out of the ground and brought it When the people learned that no murder mystery hod been unearthed they returned home and things resumed their normal condi The skeleton will be buried today by the borough Improving the of Railroad May Jones Abra hamand daughter Nora of BrowuBeld were here Several barbers of Udiontown came up on the church train yesterday and took in the town in the The trainmen on the are board ing with Pour car loads of large timber for the trestle near here was recently fshigped from North Ties both on hand and work of laying track as far as the trestle will be begun The Epworth League of the MEMORIAL DAY A Grand Number Full of In terevt for The country owes tbe old soldiers a debt of Each recurring Memorial Day reminds all how rapidly the ranks of the veterans are thinning The sur vivng veterans are nearly all men past the prime of life not a lew are snowy haired and prematurely They are a living example of patriotism deserving of the highest Inbonorofthe day that the veterans will observe in strewing with Bowers the graves of the brave defenders of the Union who are gone but not THE NEWS has arranged a feast of good things for its It will publish a a grand double finely and enriched by contributions from the pens of some of tbe most noted writers of tbe Four thousand copies will be issued and circulated among Fayette county This grand number will appeur on Mon May and will as far as it is possible to ootain a complete account of the Sunday Memorial and give j an authentic program of the ceremonies to be observed by Grand Army posts and and veteran organizations throughout the the The secretary of every veteran organization IB hereby Invited to send to THE NEWS as early as possible the official program for Hay 30 as it will be observed by his post or No charge will be made for publishing pro grams on the contrary they are earnestly See that your post is properly represented in theae and above all get the copy into this office t he earliest possible Contributions of reminiscences of army ife are also tell your war experiences record any humorous or leroic deed of which you may hare been Tell tbe story and THE NEWS will find space for as many contributions as Matter of this dnd should reach this office next Satur day The extra expense of getting out this mammoth edition will be A limited amount of advertising will be sold to meet a part of Thiiwill afford a grand opportunity to merchants who have some thing to say to the people of the All papers not sold will be distributed as sample and a larger number of Fayette county readers reached than borough any other advertising The merchant who applies for space first will have his choice of The advertisements will be and they will therefore attract all the more atten Dont miss this opportunity to i each thousands of readers OUTLOOK Bright Prospects for tto GREATER COAL DBVELOPMBMTS Looked for In t he Wwr with Increased FacilltlesThe Fifth Pool Likely to Rival the Fourth In Short this section were May KEENETT A Famous Actor In a Famous Play Wednesday Undoubtedly the dramatic event of the season will be the appearance of tbc dis tinguished Thomas at the opera house on next Wed flesday May supported by his own excellent company of tragedians in Shakespeares sublime Every lover of true art no church had an anniversary meeting lust An interesting program arranged for the occasion was carried out in a man ner creditable to those who took Two car loads of ashes were distributed about the station and along the sidewalk in the main part of the town last This made a great improvement for muddy but yet there is room for more The bus line has not been regular to the late train during the recent wet This has caused considerable inconven ience to especially last Satur day Hampton McCormick of Cumber is visiting his James May Ella Brownfield arrived home yesterday from Butler county where she has been attend gladly avail himself of the opportunity j ing school at the Slippery Rock afforded to witness a performance of the i ghe was obliged to discontinue her studies legitimate drama presented in the best j for the present on account of ill Two children of Daniel Swaney have the scarlet One of his children had this same disease some time ago and had barely recovered when the others took They are reported to be bad of this place stopped over Sunday with his son Willie who clerks in DEATHS Phebe Phebe wife of Abraham of comer of Baker alley and Urant died Sunday morning at 9 She had been a sufferer for about three months with what was supposed to be can cer of the During the last week her suffering was She was 68 years of age and the mother of ten chil six of four girls and two survive The funeral services will take place from the house tomorrow at It oclock and will be conducted by The interment will be in Park Place style and by the aid of a wellbalanced and powerful Keene is believed to have the best company in existence today for presemV ing Shakespearian and classic and those who attend may therefore ex pect unexceptionable support and see the play produced without any The part of Othello has been made famous throughout the United States by Kcene and the people of Uniontown arc indeed fortunate in having an oppor1 a store at The Sabbath school here is in a very properous The average at tendance for the present mouth is about tunity of seeing him in this great No doubt a full house will be on Joseph Dunham will move to the resi handto welcome Kcene as quite a dence of John Murray near Wymps Gap He lived for many year with Murray before he was The number of scats have been already An Office First the 1 Second First ncwst old man is in declining health and needed some Macks House Struck by May lightning on Second more i Saturday evening struck a some not a blamed thing has happened since out of belonging to Alex ISHj or if there the reporter hasnt j doing considerable For got onto i there was no one of the family Mens shoes Von up to any who resided in it at or there might See them at have been low Eliza Ellia nee died Fri day at the home of Ell Brows from typhoid Funeral Sunday afternoon at 3 from the residence of her Alexander Wil Ella Ella died at her home in Franklin township on May Interment at Flatwoods on The funeral services were conducted by Woofter of the baptist Miss Lizzie Miss Lizzie Hill died at the residence of John near on May aged 21 The remains will be interred in the burying ground at Plcnsantview on STRUCK BY Two Houses Badly Damaged Satur day FAYETTE May This place was visited by a violent rain storm on Saturday Two houses were struck by lightning and badly dam The residence ot Jacob Honser in Washington township was struck and one of the rafters torn out The roof was badly shattered and the Ion will amount to about The residence of the late Daniel Pfleg hardtonthe hill was struck during the The damage li not so great as that at the Houser Pfleghardt and daughter Liirie were in the house at the time and were badly Commonwealth Noah open Susan Information before Justice Defendant gave bail for his appearance at OGonnell going on hit Commonwealth Jacob fornix ct cet Lydia Ann prote Information before Justice Core of Defendant not Subscribe for WKBKLY the biggest and best home Only a Oet THR NKWS il you want UM May outlook for a boom on the Upper MOBOB gahela river this summer The large coal wlikh hWien toforebeen confined to tat tomt tower will be extended to take in tae fifth and sixth All the coal mined above Brownnille Is taken out by bat if the railroad an realised la possible that a large portion of we product will go out by will be the result in case shafts in pet down which is altogether likely where the coal can be easily reached from the OM tral The construction of three Up pies on the land recently jmfekawd by Jones will make the fifth pool a rival of the and neceMltate to creased number of tow boati for the rtiw The only drawback for years in the development of the upper river fields is the fact of the added cost of distance and It not known how the matter will be regulated to place the operators of of the upper valley in a poaiUoa to com pete with the lower river matter is regulated in a degree by the erent prices paid for mining eoal ia several the wages of adom being greater in the lower bat other mutt of aecaatty be made in order to regulate the coat the Two of the three new will be at steel and constructed something like new tipple at the old Clipper oppo site Fayette At prateot all the mines are in operation and a majority of them running about of coal The miners are all gradually covering from the protracted bvt it will be some time before many of theft are again on their The wonderful growth of coal In dustry between Alieapott unsurpassed in the htotory ongahela river The new Stockdale which a few yean eoa tained bat a few houses ia how the of 900 contented men and aad stretching up the river the valley lit pop ulated by the sturdy sons of toil wke lad more work and at better than in ajqr other coal The influx of to Lucyville and adjacent oftea led to the prediction that the entire valley from Charleroi to BeUeTenwB Kill be settled in a few there already being between theae an ratimitlld population of These are aad with the fifth fool supplied with the fifth pool be materially lucre md A FEW WORDS One better kaowm ia and about Uniontown as takea exceptions lo the manner in which I re ported the BlumeMinorEwinc caw la the United States court and which re sulted in such a disastrous Waterloo for the political conspirators who brought abaci the defeat of the fall by treachery that would put an Ar nold to In a labored article of a comma he makes a personal attack on me and re hearses some anctalt history i have too much respect for the readers of and myself to bore them with reply to every saphead poodle that barka at my but if this bobs up I will aak that you bw with me until I take the starch out of Wi back and tbe creases from hta BOM you have timely warn JOBS May The Hustlers The Young Hustlers defeated the Jauoa ville Stars on Saturday by a Kon of at to The features of the game batting of the Orphans school fielding of the The were Monaghan and Matthews for Hustlers and Fleming and Harfiu for tke About 200 hundred wit nessed the which was played in tka Summary SCORE BY ISNTSOS Y H 3 0 5 8 00 2000800 Earned Stan Barn Hustlers 6 Stars Bases on balk ot Matthews Hit by piUAM Struck out by by Harlan Passed Keawdy Time of two Room for Him at Pittsburg THE UmosTOWH Haws and papers not in sympathy with eacfc though representing the RepubUcw both demand that the alleged wffar ef the Blame be hunted aad Where there sack maolo of sentiment on the part of all there ought not to be any dlBcalty la geV ting harmonious action in the It is a public duty to hunt a and if there has actually I this case there room for iHtala ka Riveraide AGAINST FORT BUI for Reported In the Pennsylvania H tae bill making COS fw tke purchaK of tke Neccamlty reported approprtaUnc and CaUramla nonaal ware m ported   

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