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   Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1889, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                                TUB EVENING STANDARD itpubtithed axry day in the met except fly 10 unit a By 50 cents a REPUBLICAN STANDARD I At Denial vmUy m Faytttt it now pMMtd far a and it seni emly patf in NUMBER SEPTEMBER TWO IN THE A BUSY AVKKK FOR THE GRAND About Orio Hundred Bills to Tass unrt Not Yet Ilulf Slioaf Tlio grand jury id ponging away at iU hatch of which number about Uptu Wed ncuUy c veiling they hat on but which hulicatca thnt they will Imnly pet Court Martin Pcftml nnt plcatli Soutcniwit io pay eoatd of mx centu iino ami undergo an imprisonment for two years fn pen itent GeorKO llathmcll appointed tu lill the viicaiicy of tax collector for the of Amlrnw IMeml aut pUvhi Stiitcueo lo pay six cents fiiigaml imprisonment in county jail for tlitoo IMwiml Dcfenil aut picaIs guilty and sputcncHl lo pay of a ftno of six cntn and MI im prisonment in tho comity JHil for three Fred U in or Ocrod Hint be pud lollngh McShttiio ami Itobcrt SwHiicy by the county of for ftirest and conviction of dtfirxlant 33 a raward for lionse Allen is scn JLtnccil to coats of prosecution six cents fine and imprisonment in the West ern penitentiary for and diuinx a term if eighteen John VmUjl lloa1 7i Tyrone ami IiulU1dn Objections and exceptions lo report of viewers pnAouUd nn1 inkred JjimiK Hawkw sttiinK Ikjunr without license Scott Franks en tor truo Jacob 1st and ijAlttry Suit assault fm MI oflleor true Peter Oncmclmck prosecutor line Miclnol nii chicf Mary true Hubert 1st assunlt nud battery 2nd aKravatHl Assault ami bnltary Unl and with intent to Uilj Morgan trno Nitucy Jane De fciuUnt scnlcnccd to costs of six centa firm inijutiiKiiu iir in county jail MX Charles IV funtUnt scntftneoil pay rosta uf niilft fine of to the dirretora of cttr county for the nso of fiaiil Albert Honoaml and stiUn Jennie AHfld stihpciift Itosul in Nicholson Order iTiiovtd to pama Ksrah Kllon Kitirs Froiuli Di Ainu William Thompson njipointtd dipnty eon of Dnnhnr Ijuml and John finilty uf Hart and George sfisanlt carrying Hinion Ti no rlo and asrtnlt and battery with intent lo kill anil True bill tvs to all dcfcmlantA oxcrpt tn Jolui niu battery nggrftvatcd fSnbtt True Anna and Iltooo IlivoliS True fomioation ami Mnigiirel Johns True Lewis Ooldrcnf a ijjnpl to pjo cnre an llarKirot Trno Oliver Tutors alias OHvor liil Jisennlt 2nd currying cuncoalccl dtady DoTcndnnt plondrt as to lint con William Hart nltarhmrot nwudtd for IT IS A Tim PC tilIon to Annul Katrchcincus DorougU FollowinB in tiro text of the petition pre sented by tbo of Frtircliauco tn hsvc their borough charter It lioara 187 To the the Jtirtijix of he Court of StSsiontt of Tho petition of the hoing two thirds and more of the taxable inhabitants of tho borough of Fairchsuico in caid respectfully rcprffifinlfl that tho ercstioix of Bait boronjjli hrtR imposed burnona Iho inhabitants without nny concsponihng efttfl that thn itiritory within tho JtmitJ of U composed largely of farm lanlH and tho pnpuVutmi not cionfly nurneroun and cumpncl to ncnd a borongh nnil fincli govcnnncnt Is hnrlhcnsomo and opprcmivo to tho inlmb Yonr pctiiiontrd thorofove priiy your honorable court to annul 1 ho clmrUir of Bnid so lint tho InhabitnntA thereof bo relegated to the BAHIQ rohthmit they occupied previous to the KI anting of tho said anil your petitioners will over A HOMICIDES UKTIJUX Recalls the Story of His Crime COJH milted 5O Years A romantic incident of long ago is recalled by tho presence of the principal nctor in our dH after an abaenco of 50 In the palmy days of ilio old pilio a com husking was ono night given at ono of itn hostelrieB not many niiks from Union During tho wnireo of the tight arose and a youth of 18 fltruck a bearded man with a piece r a fence ml and killed him The slayer fled very night RIU made hiGCBcape EO cOcetnally thnt no Bttcinpt was ever made at a Tho unit hilled was without mcniiB or fricindFTRiid left a deslltutt wife and Tlio youth who hud taken his life wna a member of a weli todo family uiul It ifi EIIW postnl was snppliod uith money after he left His father was 0110 of tho most celebrated characters of tho old a fportK Democratic politician aiul slave iu which laltor capacity he ia rfcnum bercd by some of tho old rtKtlcnU who have seen him lalie more than ono Rung of chuined ueyrocs through tho IKOSrEIJITV ATTKSDS TIIC Tho youth who did ttio it ia known went to a part of tho etato whoro ho nee u rod a position and amass ed cotibiderablo Shortly before the bcginmug of the war ho becaino active in pcli aa a RermbUcnn ami attaint bo f minencts in the local conticils of the He was well known at Harrlrhnrg in the days jiist ftucccedhig tlio and was treated with itfipcclful Ho had inar rtci and was well situated fin ui daily and nutl was looktd up to and re rtpected on nil Fides and since his early mitfor liitie had led a most life but lie became dissatisfied atul ft rumor of his one raih act having after 25 reached hie new homo he decided to emigrate ngain nud dis ring of ovcrythSny he took Ms family with him to one of tlio Boinhcrn A iu business ami IKro ho ou so well that he goon ftIt that he conld affoid o move ajAiii and ihis time wtnt to Since hat lime he has lived in lialf n dtizen cities some of I hem in Ihe far wcst and othcm iu Ije 13 now located in a KdRland village where hobas been longer than in any one placfi rieept that to which be iit firft advancing ape iH off and ho is Kaid to feel Iliat lie slionhl nut allow tho mr mory of his one rash deed lo embitter hia declining a strange longing has conic over him to vitit tliejcy no of tho killing mid a wcelc hp arrived in Union loan and hi company with onoof ilio few old frienU wbo ycl rcninin nlivo visited the epol in thp mountains ivhtob aisorijieii in LH ttHUA vrith so many dark He left own ft day or two RJO is jirohrtMy now with his fnmily in Krw for lufinlt Miniiu UintoriTpnr lUady inixlo nud to Cumpbell A Jlt Atclics of rUNtmrs wue in SiiLinn Uaniu ha gone t hlljiiil schoul Scott nnd his its Xoir 50 east on SnUinliiy to t iy his fall stock of Campbell wcjit to llopewfll touay to ntiend Iho funcial of funnel liosonlcjinn nturnttl yestectluy from millinery opening iu mid Cbrk will cntertcvin a fitlent circle of friends wilh whist jiaviy t morruw Harry of Maontown jas just retnrntd from months trip Ihvongh tho SJienaiuTiinh and phioes in MiaSCM Km in A nud Annii1 TraiUr of Oonnelle villo lift yesterday on a ivtuUrn Jhcy will visit nt Cinottmati in Jniius MilJn of Hock is vinitiiiK CrictuU in Fayctte county was in town waalxvrn near Hearighte and this is his visit to the county for rntuy To tho Tersons using tho wftttT of the Uniontown water company nro rcipiestctl to have all leak ing npixotft repaired at once and all persona who permit the water to run n ruler any pre text except for are violating Hicir contract with the company niul will lo no loiiKov supplied with It in necca aary that this rcqneat lie especially now ihrcntcncd as we arc with diy weather nnd from the other Bcriona fact tlmt ccr liiui hojH of tlio town on Tiinrsday lust Inlcd Iho Mmter iu the ITutohinson reservoir hy making it nccossarr for it to he drained at n loss of twenty million gallons of S Order of 2Ct THE REIUIILICAN STAN DA Hcwttifsl pub lished FaycUc three months on from 1 lo far 25 Paper slops when sub saription Try Kcoiienliig on After undergoing tlio rcxtanvimt of Atosaudiir on Broadway wilt bo re open ed oil VroAh custom And fish Utll tho BOpt llr Mailivm rchool opcni MITSIiUIlGS HU3E THRONGS ATTEND ON THE OPENING rirlcf a Short Iruyer and the Kiilldlujs Were Opened to tho MiiltJ Hull to lie Completed by the Kurt of the Days Wherein lo See tile Useful and Iknull wickets to the Pittelmrg exposition buildings were opened last tho crowd surged Holland made a few appro priate Father Sheedy de livered a short prayer and the longlalkodof exposition was open to the inspection of Like all similar many defects are More particularly is this the case in regard to intended They kept putting off and putting off until they discovered Hint they yould not be able to have everything in readi ness on tho opening and ns a con sequence mnny allotcd places were not filled with tlie exhibits intended for but notwithstanding this fact the opening was a grand The main building was beautifully lighted and the atmosphere was all that could lie asked cool refreshing breeze being wafted in from tho For an opening night the number oS spectators was a surprise to every In as the days roll on and the ex hibits arc all in it is reasonable to suppose that the crowds svill when it will be next to impossible to secure a good view of all that is to lo if the number in attendance last evening is to be taken as a The merchants of Pittsburg have a creditable while citizens from other states have vied with each other in sending specimens of their They are all displayed in an artistic man which causes the spectator to stop and admire their Probably the most useful exhibit is the Yale and model and it is one of the most complete models over Visitors to the exhibition can have their mail addressed in carp of the building and it will bo delivered on Tho art is fdled with rareand costly The delayed dynamo to lie used in the gallery has arrived ami will bo in working order from Tlie dining capable of seatlnx nearly 400 presents an aniiii itiin Forly girls are on hand to wait on hungry All are dressed in Martha Washington Machinery Machinery hall is not yet and as n consequence there is not much of anything as yet to lie although every available inch of room has been secured by intended By Monday next work will have censed oil the and on Tuesday the display of machinery will be a surprise to everv The old Neptune hand used in Pittsburg as far back as I oc cupies a place in the Columbus races at tlio state fair opened In tint trot Belle R won in three straight heats 34 and In tho pace Ivorine took the third and fourth Hod Hornti second In theconsolation pace Amanda 1 lingo second time 24S AN esteemed eokmporary Ilio fact tbt UncliJfircminii in liis ad dross to tho at Milwaukee last quoted ft verso of tlie poem which onr eotem poiary cites as NYc huve drank from thesamc do not know Ilio poem or Undo Jerry liusk can bo IK M to strict ac countability for the grammar of Iho quotation bill it would have been no morn iljsn profess ional in our coteiiipoiarv to have made the cilhtion in nccoulinee tlio rides of Iittslmrg THE fiitpatch intimates that drank as tho form of tho pnrtidulo of drink ia not good It may not Imve been in Iho dnys ot Liiulltir but it ia A is nnl what wna Rood usage 50 years ago may lie ob folelo Tlmt drunk is not only allow but preferable lo drunk ia Been in Iho followingnoto from Webater though onalogicnlly rot to proper a form of tho past participle as JR generally used instead of as a aott of euphemism to render its con less THK boom is still Notwithstanding tho Inrgo number of IIOURCS that been erected in Unionloivn irilhln the last two much of our enlarged population U yet unprovided In appeared a notice of a home to rent on Union In a few hours thero must have been scores of peoplo who answered list advcrlise mcntnnd wanted lo rent Iho dont our capitalists litiild houses Tlie town would jrosv still fuster if the pcoplo who to como lioro could get homes to livo OIHH ia having a Ilio run of custom al Mi livery on Peter oM He hsw ft Inrgonnrnlwr of and seta of first clasn new Hia single and double driving aro Iho frcBbest sloekcBt in tho Ho is nlao tlioronghly equipped for tunning a aalo and feed fllvo him n Tcmn Ilio most tf Flno Paving and IlnirlU Pornoin having ictrthH or olhtr lloorlngor cut mono to Iw laid willbe glad to learn that tniao Hinnt has taken up his brunch of Hurst lias ordered hU car loads of nlono from the Cleveland quar ricB nnd will have ttiem licro rendy for the inspection of tuatomon by tho ftral of nest Robert R llrAtolass stone will lio purtncr of Burnt in the now aug 30 Ct There proniisea lo a vory largoattcndatico the MailUon school thin SAVK1 TUB iropwood Slore Titan a Match for a The people of Hopwood witnessed a daring feat yesterday performed by Joe a young Hopwood was riding down street during tho thunder storm in the after noon when bo saw the lifjutniug strike one of hia haystaoka iu a fltld and a heavy volume of tmuke to roll np from it mtlicaling that it was on Jlopivood was probably a quarter of a mile from tho stack but he put spurs to hia liorao and com pelling him to jump two or three low fences on the way soon reached the the stuck Slid climbing to the top of it ho eel to work tramping down the hay to smolher the llamcs slid Xho lightning ap lo have run the pole und iyuited the hay near tho bottom end by tramping cloae to the polo the owner kept air from reaching it and so saved liis Thia is Hoopwoods second experience with Some three years ago Jjb uad threo horses killd by a siiiijlo City Dressed IScef Huffman sells tho best beef in as tho large trade ho has gained the few weeks that he lias been opened goes to His gowls are all of the best Being an ex perienced butcher he can eut you meal in all shapes and styles Goods delivered Corner Morgantown auel Fayttte ang21tf All Exposition Visitors invited lo inspect our new Fidl and Winter lines ot Ladies Childrens and Mens FnruishiitK Best Lowest Campbell Penn Penu sep 4H Oo to the Passion Slave nt theopera hoube Kfighley iuapected tho mines at Fair Wynn and Kyle AfcFarlaiid havo about 30 new linuacs under contract nearly all of which will be com pleted hy The afternoon train from Brownsville ar rived yesterday on schedule lime for the first time iu three Tho flagstone for tlic new pavement on tlie western bridge is being unloaded Isaac Hursf is Ihe Diphtheria is siul to be raging in Fiauklin There are throo serious cases in the Mclaughlin near Bncna The theatrical company which is lo Rive Slave at Ilio opera house tonight arrived at eight oclock this morning bruis ing n full car loid of Some magni ficent snectaclilar effects are Judge Edward Campbellhas had antwpump put into tlie well in front of his The old one bad done service for over thirty yeara ami is remembered by some of tho oiler resi dents as a famnus watering place for the drovera on tho old Tho mSw pump hss bsrn handsomely and will cljtililless do scrvitc as long tis is Three Iersons n fisherman and the owner of a fishin smack Charles a 15yearold and man named who was were drowned in tlie lule aftornoou off Thirtv Tho pnrty had taken tlie llroehcr hont shortly before tho intending to to Kotitli When aVoiu a iniii and half from shoro a CiifMizcd the The were seen to flounder about in unl Ihuii At Ei late hour thrir bodies had not been rial licrnro llic NJCNV wife of SherilV wns before tho grand jury over an hour in regard to the allegod conspiracy by which a divorce was granted to her by Jvulge with jnt her application for or knowl edge of such a The examina tion will be Dissolution of Notice is hereby given that tbo copartner ship heretofore existing between Kice and Sam under tlio firm name of liico has this day been so far as relates lo Sam All debts due to tho said copartnership arc to be paid and those duo from tho diclurffed at tho old Main whero the Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods linsi ncss will continued hy the said Rice under tlio firm name of Ilico sop 5p Another Coke Tho preliminary slcps wcro taken yestfirday at and tlie details settled for the formation of a largo coko All tho remaining coke producers outsido the Frick and JlcOluro coniunnics will throw their prop erties into ono large with a lig capi tal and a charter for the company will ad vertised next They are said to be taking this step for protection againat the Frick and McClnre companies who are trying lo compol them to close out their interests or bo forced ont of tho Tuv the three from I lo for 25 the rcai deuce of the bridoa Dorcaa Van Slaplo at 11 oclock by the P James Fails of Morganown itraoi and MIra Anna Van A few of tho immediate frlenda wore present anioupt whom worn Van wifo and wife family of son and King and Kllti of The bride and groom left on the A inif will Uo ten THIS BBLOlSTGrS TO RIOE THR ONLY ONK PHICE CLOTHFEHS IN WK8T They arc too busy lo write an advertisement this they are ilaity receiving large quantities of fine AND FURNISHINGS which are being opened anrl market as fust as All medium weight clothing still sold at OHSHALF ITS SEE THEM SEETHEM SEE THEM 422 WEST MAIN July Gtf BlESON 1889 NEW GOODS FORJJSPRING TN Unusually Large Display in all Lines of DRY CARPETS RUGS AND LACE Our Carpet room has been enlarged to twice its former size and is filled to overflowing with the newest de signs in This stock is fully swice as large as is carried by any other house in Fayette County and is a store in dBol7tm KICK How well we knew that ere long some of our worthy contemporaries would kick because we cut our prices in half but that is the only way to make things The Excelsior 10 Per Clothing Company are offering you these There are bargains to the right of us and bargains to the left of If yon are a friend of your pocket call at the Excelsior 10 Per Clothing for your Our well selected stock of Coys and Childrens school suits is immense and will please the little Remember that we are selling under the sensible system of only 10 per A suit that cosls to manufacture we sell for A childs suit cost to manufacture we sell for We can do You know our expenses are and we challenge any clothiers in the community to come anywhere near our Excelsior Tea Per Miu 408 WEST MAIN Opposite McClelland Look for our   

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