Uniontown Evening Standard, February 16, 1889

Uniontown Evening Standard

February 16, 1889

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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1889, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE EVEN I Nil HTANBAKD published every day In thu fxeiju ljr cur 10 cents n 5O ceiils ft n r Iov onlywticu imlil for FEBRUARY TWO GEN TO WAR SCENES FROSI MARCH AND BATTLE The Army of West Virginia at Wash fov The National Takes BY JAMES Being without rations wo went down ami breakfasted at Lincolns soup house after which wo returned to the outskirts of the city where we had left our and in absence of as comforta ble as ciramiBlauces would Wo hud no forage and our horses had been SG hours with out For once there seemed to be neither head nor tailto the army of West Unable to find either brigade or division head wo prepared requisitions for forage and and getting Hayes to approve them started to hunt the chief quartermaster and commissary generals Hal leek had issued an order that no officer should visit tlio city without a puss from under his The government store houses were full of and rations but alt tied up with red tape while men and horses suffered with hun Wo had not proceeded far on our voyage of discovery until wo struck a squad of provo who landed us in a marshals office where we wore permitted to explain tho neces sity which impelled us to butt against all this red tnpo and turned only to be put in limbo again oil the next I was arrest ed some three or four times before getting or rathor in the neighborhood of Jleigs only to find it surrounded by a cordon of guards loo formidable to Writ ing a note explaining our dilemma and Bond ing it to the general by tine of his orderlies I was permitted to enter his and before leaving tho building hadassurance that both requisitions would he filled and sent out Starting back wo wore arrested two or three times more boforo reaching The forage aud rations coming prompt ly we soon had things In pretty comfortable Next day our division marched through the crossed the Potomac on the long bridge and once more went into camp on the sacred soil of That night wo moved out passing through Alexandria and on towards the historic plains of Hauassa where wo could plainly hear the rour of Popes and Jacksons guns as tho blue and gray once morecontended for the mastery on that fated At Alexandria wo came in contact with General JleOlellans army arriving from the Pushing on all night our advance brigade under next morning crossed Bull run five miles east of of about the time that the rebel Stuart struck that place with a mixed com mand of driving away our capturing Popes head quarters and destroying vast amount of gov ernment Scammon pushed on for hut encountered Stuart and after a brisk light against superior numbers fell back to the bridge over Bull which place our division was sent to tba defense of Washington on Uptons The next few days wero full of anxiety fov the safety of the On September first our company was sent to reconnoitor the country TiOCAIj Rntteru Orchestra furnished music for a dance at Conncllavillo last The rain we ore getting today is general all over the Quito a number of Fayette countys school teachers aro in town There aro now 41 prisoners with Sheriff Miller at the county Fifteen car loads of lake ico camo to town 10 for Barton and 5 for The ico men all wear a broad They have their crop put away aud cars not how eooa summer James arrested yesterday for assault and will have a Uenriug before Squire Dawfiou at 4 oclock this Marion Hess came to town got was an officer arrested him and Mayor Heed sent him to the lockup for 48 Tnx Collector John Willson has settled all of tho balance on tho nickman duplicate borough except amount having been over A tramp giving his name an Mike last evening requested Mayor Heed to furnish him with lodging which he did by placing him in tho lockup over James Bowell and MissLizzio Abel whoso matrimonial adventure was detailed in yester days EVENING were married at Sinithfield by Squire Cooper from White station on the West Fenn road moved here yesterday and will tako charge of tho Walker farm lately purchased by Bon of The Hatucld school will close next week ou account of whooping cough and measles rag ing among the Last week there were only fivo scholars present each Johu Dixon yesterday received word that Billy Snyder of this who recently at tempted to cut his throat in Kansas was Ho left this morning fov that place to look after A sleighing party consisting of Button aud Miss Lnln aud Misa Minnio Whaley returned last evening from a trip through West Virginia and Mary They report a grand time and eight or nine inches of snow in the Tlio Thompson glass works aro Hearing completion by the first of April they will ho running and will givo employment to nearly 200 men and Tho stockholders of t lies o works aro all practical glass who thor oughly understand their Theee are tho kind of men that make business and tho kind of men want iu our Our glass workers should give the Barlow a big houso here next as both tho Barlow aro old glass work This is tho same company that played in Pittsburg Christmas week to such a phonemic nally largo They have played in all tho cilies and everywhere the press and pub lic epcak iu tho highest terms of Tho nowly elected directors of tho Fayotto County Agricultural Association met in tho office of Secretary Ilopwood at 10 oclock this morning and organized by electing Jaa AMENDMENT Allegheny TemperancePeople Hold n Great A large temperance meeting assembled in Lafayette hall yesterday and formerly opened the amendment campaign in Allegheny They organized a county associattou with Joseph Weeks as president and a long list of prominent men ad vice Nor Baily aud A list of dele gates to tho state convention of 19 was appointed aud over raised to prose cute the Some of tbo speakers predicted a majority for the amendment in call has been issued by the temperance people of the coun ty for A convention on February to or ganize a County Constitutional Amendment and thus open the door for effec tive work in tho interest of the amend Among tho prominent signers of the call aro John vice president of the state and aud who fire the lenders of the county and McGirr and McGirr is editor and ono of tho proprietors of the tho only Demo cratic paper in tho Maun is editor of Vba tho leading republican organ of tho A membov of tho now liquor association formed in Fayetto county informs ua that our report in yesterdays EVKNMNG STAXDAHD was correct except that the president is David instead of Corey of also that Gtorgo Litman is secretary of tho amend ment people arc working on an original line in Jefferson Lane Las started a list of who pledge themselves to vote for the This will be circulated as widely as Those who do not sign will bo tho meat for prohibition and work will be commenced on No effort will then bo wasted on men who aro already The idea seems to tako Deeds for Luther Miller to Lot of ground in Dunbar William Gainer to Mavy Low Onehalf interest in eight lots in Con James Gilbert to BaraueTR Lot in East Dunbar David Brown to Ilorman Lot in Upper Nathaniel Kiug to Martin Laud in Upper Tyrone reserv ing tho Augustus Ouster to School Directors of Franklin 1f acres in Franklin Catherine Miller to k Railroad Com fi acres in Dnnbar right of Ezra Sayera to Ira Lot 31 in Bayers addition to i front of our position at Fort Ramsey and ou pant We pushed out some ten or twelve miles in tho direction of Popes right and while making some inquiry nt a house as to the roads and location of any troops in the discovered ft regimentofcavalrycross ing the road over which we bad just passed not more thau onefourth of a mile dis as also a column of infantry crossing the same rond in our We were now between two rebel forces and not feeling able to suc cessfully contest with cither we had no dispo sition to commence a fight in which wo likely to bo Ho waiting until the cavalry passed out of we struck off to tho right and circling around gained the Falls Church road and followed it back to While making our report to Reynolds Ibo rebels came down past Ftiljs Church and so close to our position at Fort Hamaey its to throw shell or two clear over That night and next day Popes army camo iu and occupied tho defense around tho Tho Pennsylvania reserves bivouacked in rear of our position on Uptons hill and were as jolly aud hopeful as though in from a instead of a lost James Tames Jesse Conner and Hill were among thoso of the reserves whom I remember meeting that In a day or two it was evident that LfeB was moving north nlong our front and about this time it was understood that McOlellan had assumed command of all our forces around That ho was tho idol of tho army is beyond question and I doubt if at that time there was another in it who could have so readily infused that spirit of confidence then RO necessary for the protection of the capital or with which to make an aggressive To 1 A Good That bright and newsy tho Philadel phia will be better than ever for Its news facilities arc unexcelled and its edi torials are always fresh and It is fully equipped in all the tele young Tlio daily Times in only a for four 30 cents per month per Sunday edition Any ot our nubscribors can get tho STAXDATIU and daily Times for Ons nt Wo learn from tlio Wayncuburg papers that tho Homo company have struck gas in their well on the Grimes farm near the They got a small flow when tho bit struck tho Big Injun and are piplnR it off to rnn tho engine They expect to get a good flow when they penetrate thb per Thompson James Wig gins vice president and Ilopwood secre They then adjourned to moot February when they will appoint com Horaco Lewis company played Count of Monte Cristo to a fair sized audience in the grand opera houso last While at MoKeesport yesterday n former employe of the company appeared with a claim ngainst them andhad their baggago attached which de tained them so that they did not arrive hero until the 7 oclock train on the Hav ing the stage to they did not get the curtain up until 9 Tho audience was attentive and appreciative and notwithstand ing the company were playing under many they took their parts Eva ONcil to Thomas Lot 52 in McCormick addition lo reserving the Elian Christncr to Marion Ono acre in Bullakin Albert Kefover to Abraham 20 acres and 47 porches in Nicholson Fairchanco FiiruRCB to Elizabeth 17 acres in George Elizabeth Bailey to Fairclmuco Fur nace Houso and 2 acres of land iu George FINE dental operations a specialty at opposite the ftb hnn Buv yourself a Now is your chance fcb 11lwp Primary Both parties will hold their nominating meetings in tho borough this On the llepublican Hide the candidales for burgess are Jcsso Beggs and nochhei Amos Bowlby has no opposition for tax For juslice of tho peace in the 2nd and 4th wards John Willson and Lewis are Chick is running tor council in tho 1st Fielding Walker in the Jaqnetto in the 3rd and Jacob Ansel in Tlio Democrats will probably nominate John Stevens for burgess and John Holmes for McCormick is running for council in the 3rd The Republicans of Kouth Union held their primaries this afternoon in the office of George Hutchinaon and placed ttio following ticket in nomination Marshall Silbaugh John Dawaon ftchool George David Syeare Jefferis and Joseph Jonen 1 year King and Barton tax John King Fred Derrick Doyle Tho Republicans of Connellsvillo have nom inated John Marietta for burgess and tho Democrats in a late issue of tho Journ al of United utters some Bignificnnt words on strikes when ho saya Tho day of tho slriko is and the HOOU er workingmon recognize that fact and devise other methods for righting their wrongs and redressing their tbo better for all Something must ho done to pro tect the workers from the greed of soulless Tho state shonld appoint boards of to which all Krievancca could bo and enact laws to enforce tho de cision of tho Reduce tho bourn of labor to eight per day find establish a mini mum of Council Council met last evening in the oflurc of Clerk Tbcro wero present Ewing ami Uitc Minutes of last meeting wero read and Ilcport of finance committee ap proved in relation to Hickman taxes as fol lows due borough sinking fund S25 90 duo borough water and gas 17 81 duo borough general fund 20 02 Exonerations afiked and granted on the Will son taxes as follows General fond SIM M Water and gas 75 30 Sinking fund 75 3G The following pavement credits were al lowed ILitflcld 1S3 yards i 73 Lou Ilichey 2GJ S M Mi Lou Kichcy 20 20 1 Ott Eliza Hiotiey S 2D Eliza Ilichey 20 Si 20 Calvin Smith iti iu from Peirselof Morrison went tq Pittsburg this PUyford attended the ball in Con ncllsvillo last Tom Sliuimu went to Georgia btalion this morning on and Martin will leave this evening for Misa Phillips of Allegheny was tho guest of Miss Katie Howell Mies Colo of New York Oily is visiting tho Misses Becson on Friend one of Franklin townships in hero Una a llremim on tbo t rail was at the H pott sylvan a tov Georges aro at the Lafayette Hugh Mathers and his Mpt of aro visiting friends in Charles Boyle 111 lived home thin morning from where bo is attend ing Miss Ada Wells of Jcftoraou township is vis iting at the of on Yornon Charles Hague of who loft hero twenty years is now visiting friends in Arms Gl find Ash of the Thompson glass works aro here today stopping at tho Philadelphia IX Pittuburg AJbort Mcrrittstown SciirightB are registered at llio McClelland houso William Jasper who left huro last November for Kansas where ho ex pected to arrived in Uniontown yester safo and He says Fayotto county is good enough for The Ponnsylvntiians now residing iu Minne held a banquet on Monday uight lllh The society wns organized last with John Miller Among the speakers wero A Me Judge John Eli Fred Wo notice tho names of aud William Baily among the long list of guests Dunbar The Democrats have nominated tlio follow ing ticket for borough ollices Judge of elec Stull inspector James Lnughcry justice of Cotlom John Andy Arlis tax Way Earhart Fisher school Mack Breckbill James Putt croon Tho Republicans will nomi nate this tbo amount of beer that comes lo Dunbar and vicinity wo think there ought to bo a licensed house or two and not BO many drug There were 30 empty kegs ou tho platform outside of thoau that were done up in barrels inside for shipment ono day last Maggio Widdup will movo lo Pitlsburg next Robert McDowell moved lo Piltsburg on Everything is ready on the now trestle for tho and then tho sand mill will have rack lo A lodge of Patriotic Sons of America will bo instituted here this Tho Baptist revival is Cun ningham was tho Sutlon of Kmithtield was in town Flennikun of Unionlowu wits cull ing on our merchants Kennedy of Scottdalo was visit ing her rnolhcr hero Morisaey and MeKiiskcr were at Connellsvillo last night at a select Wisbart is having his house nowly pfiirit ed by Siury club will give another social hop in opera house on the Music by IIoringtonH Pay day at the furnace and coke works yes terday Jleids workn started up F children have HICB cnrlct was out and indications look as though lie saw his but McCLAIN HERRINGTONS Prices GRAND OPERA HO BOOTS AND SHOES Goes right We cant slop for Ground Hogs or tuiyhing Wo wiwt to close out our HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES tins ns we have not the room o carry and our Mam moth Stock of Spring Goods has already commenced to crowd in on we must make room for them KEG AKDLES3 OF Take your choice of and Boots this week at Tako choice of aud Boots for Eoys 3 to 5 Tap Solo Boots Our Fine Shoo for Men this week 60 Orchestra Parquet60 Bacony Qallery FEBRUARY I8f Versatile andFavorite T W OARNE Iu tho Ever Welcome Washington Irving Great RIP VAN j THE SLEEP OF TWENTY New Musiu and New Scenery and TUESDAY FEBRUARY Siifoiul KnRuijeiviont of tho MouarcliB of Modern BARLOW MINSTRELS Under tho management of Baldwin The BrifjliLesti Tho Clcnncat The Wittiest Minstrel Show in Tho BARLOW their wonderful TERWAUD the phenomenal LESS THAN Big Stock of Solo leather Lower than any other house in Come in mid sec us before you 417 MAIN McCLAIN jrml5nn TsTEEZ JOB PRINTING If you you can yet what you want at the Broadway Job 1 Printing With and machinery as gotxl work can bolind here M any Satisfaction I solicit yonr onlora Tor any and all kind a of OKDINAllY which TV ill havo my best A large stoct of everything pertaining to tho business kept on COKE be pleased toquoto you on any work yon i Second Jihl7nn BILDING LOWOR SAIJEL Twenty choicest building lots on Main Street in 2nd ward In are now offered for saloon terms favorahle to These lota the best located of any lots In tho town that are now olfcred for having the advantage of gas and n good street and close to school and Versons doslrlng to would do well to call or address jan 241 in MKSSMOJtK I 00 The PennsylvimlaKaJlroJUPs Tlic order of the Pennsylvania railroad coni pnny that all freight trains except those bear ing perishable goods or stock filinll stop at 10 oclock on Baturday evening and that the crown shall not return to work until 7 oclock Snnday evening has lcen made Tho Bjatcm will hn carried into effect on tho lines of the Pennsylvania company wewt of GLEAEANGE SALE OF ALL OUK WINTER CONSISTING OF A VERY LARGE LINE OF j t LADIES 11 AND I MISSES 11 LADIES NOTIONS AND MILLINERY Wo Still have Fair Asaortment in Ladies and Misses Wraps and ate determined to close Neither value nor cost Wo dont if ant to carry them Any one In need of a Wrap will do well to inspect nil our Millinery Goods at less than half In oar Notion Department wo have mude Sweeping You cant to better ttian invest tf 900 in ono of Motlisetto fcb 11Iwp Jluy nnl December nt On Wednesday ThomaH Aubrey and Mian Lena Stiver of Brownsville wore married in Allegheny by Tlio fjroorn ifl G9 years of ago and tho bride ia MiKR Htiger had been for Komo time employed in Aubroy8 family as Wio is an orphan and was taktn to rauio when almoat an infant by Joseph who edu cated her aa own Strango to on tho very day of her wedding her foster father died of heart Aubrey is the head of the largo lumber firm of Aubrey and stands hlflh In the Ilia bride is an eiemplary In tlio Churches subject of the morning ser mon Tyill be and that of the evening Made Partakers of Sunday school Young meeting C Prayer meeting Wednesday evening and church business meeting on Friday evening Turner preach in the morning on All Tilings urn aud in Hid evening on The Valley of Dry Hudsons lecture on in tho Lutheran church tattt was listened to by a largo and appreciative Hudson is an interesting He will preach morning and evening AT THEIR NEW QUARTERS SXHEET dccl7lm 5O5 JIIUOR JIoiiEH of Now Jersey has actually declared on tho bench Dial a man can bo in telligent enough and honest enough to read a newspaper account of a and even form an impression not a flxcd opinion ail to the guilt or innocence of tho and still ho eligible to servo on tho This is a severe blow to Iho old theory lhat ignoramuses lire tho ideal jnrors for murder WHY let your money lie idle when you can mako 10 per cent on it A safe Investment can bo made in one of Modiselte feb 11lwp Dry Grroeerdesi 105THC Yarns and MAIN ;