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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1890, Uniontown, Pennsylvania Do Yoa Want a House BKFORK MOVING DAY IS I i TOM Adertiwmcnt IT W TIE 1TMIXO STAJtBASU Beato lore Tin PEOPLE EVERY MARCH TWO ABOUT 1OO IN ATTRNHANCR and fur of the Tho PilUburg dia met In tho JJaptist churoli liero yeater day evening at A number of tho dtle galca arrived on the I Indus uml others and llieiie rtiuforced by a largo turn nut of the homo peopJo nutdo HII atidtenco that tilled the cln i rch tho ppcniiiy session of tho Dolojjiito bad chaigo of tlio Ho an Honiiccd All Hail the iti which tho wliolo Ilia KinJnfcSa was also after which Tumor of the church read from Srd and King of the church oflsred pi the well Piitaburg then began the address of the oven ing on resting upon Chris tian young men to iullucncc fellow young men for anil bow filial they beet uieol H M Ibo speaker tbo supremo Importance of the woik implied iu thia Wo spare linm nor pains to look after the wants of our to euro their physical ot mental but arn too incMfTeruil to the demands of their eternal If we were as auxioviB to savo them from moral and spiritual ruin na we nre from worldly hero would not bo fio iiiniiy of them out of the kingdom Tho times do ma ml JQUUK men of Christian fioliiurs of lio The xreat 111 question of the day are eo momentous in their importance that the ntxl 35 years am dcfttlued to tvomcndous nud gigantic cunttfeti that must bo seUletl for bot tcr or word It Ia nocoeaary that thcce vital tsBoca bo guhkd by upright aud Outlfcartng No one can estimate the power and in 11 uc ii co exerted by a man fiko IVrrcnco over tho army of workers iu this want our yonug men inrtoc trliiilctiiii lie prineipks of the and thoro will be no fvar for Iho Too mnuy of our yomiK mtu are ont of the church iu some places as many per Young men in tho chmcli mnet manliest more in tor eat in those on They beat can reach Loyalty to Chrint ifl neces sary ou tlip of Ihneo wlio profess to follow mich loyalty as Complete eouvcmimi is aUw No matter how rcefrvcUbto or merely moral a young man uiny lio niuat bu completely converted and cotisccraled to arid vratchfnl of opportunity to Impress upon his companions Ibo importance of fiviug herd to lloCrory ia a cltar and forci ble fpeakcr aud hla talk nil by carnebt and practical After A lymiiT benediction by JSlcCrory ndjoumed to meit at tliis Forrester announcing thsl vrouM Imvc of tbp fctmccs at that Thoso dolOfiatos who had nol been provided with onlcrtrtinnunt larriid Ktid wen ftfsigned by llio This Mornings The delogntes mut in 1 1m Ircluro room of the Presbyterian church tliU nioinititf at wllb good b umber Iu services were led by 1 ued until ten Hoppcrl was then called to tho chair and lEic convention rang To the Work to tlio At the conehiN lon pJ Chftirmnu Kcppert llie ilret Uiiiig on tins proRram bo i in formal introtluctionT each dclcgato would nriEo in hia placo nnd tell ho WAS and what aaiocirttion ho Tho follow ing rtelcRftlca to their immoa Emil Allegheny llutlcr llorry How ard rfanlntr nnd Etitxili McKcesport Mullin and rieassnt F Wilton Bnclmnau RIU lltcharda of Ertst riitahurg Bar net k of Railroad Keyand John Lawrcncovllle Piltabnig ForreRtcr nnd SharpsbnrB Johitson and Waahlugtoii avid Jrflcreon Itnlpli O Wtynesburg cdHcgo Samnt1 Hun Looia A Weal Nowlon Mitch Jleikvor Fulls llobcrt J D OdfiRgftnd After tttls of East Liberty fleeted arorctary aud tho chair appointed Campbell nnd Hcrtzog ft o look wfur Uie details o I he The first ihSnglon the progrnui A papor read by Campbell of Weal auli bo done in onr sflsoelatli us dnring the week that will bo to young mjuV paper was liatencd to very nnd it aiiggcatcd ik great variety of to entcrUtn and get fOQDgmen Into tho uwocUiioiu At tho con elation of the the timo aUattod to it qnlto up from any of the delegttei on tho atidjcct wore callod to bprrLfpniKiid Tke Greonntmrg rncAllccl on Ky wJio re Gmimbnrg good ttcaltiko Hf H ty utpnf n J jroipfi nited a Orefla abnrfj wo on Iho IhJrrt Hko hut wo nro coming dovn foiling On naarnun of Whul arc How Uioy dozen delegates who hod arrived on the 0 60 wore added to bo uurubcr This afternoonri program waa taken up at 2 Bible study was tho Orel feature and Comlnct of Ioiing Mens nWe was opened for general cusbion by Hugh Ktniiedy of At 3 oclock 8 McKec began reacliug a paper en IAii Eaey Shall wo Secure tho Kouey for tho Association Mclntytoof Iittdburg read a paper on How can the bo made tho beet Iitliam of and JtiTurftyn collrge also read a paper on How tho can bo uiado beat college iHavo wo any duty ouher as or imUviduuIa to tlic Blato work T If what f waa ntxt clidcusacd by the convcniion and opened Ly Jtoblnson of Tho QUDS tibn Dinwer1 iuchaigoof iho fitato CharUd thts afternoon eong terviee tUo ohjtct and methodsi of ihu Yuiing Mcnrt Chrisijau SUNDAY cousectKlioa meet ing in Iliu Yuttng Meud Christian Association SrNDiv mcethtg for men in tlio opera bouse uietting for wouuii in Cumberland Presbyterian SUNDAY closing in tho opera In a of inliati wliftt ought to be done for the yonng nuti V Anioug the mofal prominent delcgftUa CJit aro Kobcrt Slate Secretaryj Obsrlta McKcoPpurt and Quito a Urge number of dthgnlca arrived THE LARGEST STOCK NEW DRESS GOODS kxJtvy but onUIR to tho fact bat only n few of them have yet thtir names cannot bo LOUAb Council met InBt for a fcivminutosaod approved the plnu of TL lota ami streets Riul gayo him n Sturgeon will build a mitubcr of new dwelling bouses as EOOD as tho weather 1rftiik ot tlic Grecnbrinr school in iSteivart lias bad n number ot boybai to Inn school and Tissue hi town todny tukiug advice in the The ball held at iho Cnrcmor elal IMock Uftt night a about 30 coup is being in at It ttomo ot tho costumes were tjmto DIvcus or chcetnt furnished tho niticic Hiul Carter the Hush who U Mtoiultng Ihe iJlnto Xoi uial school paeeud through town this to his homo at The tipriuR term at Indiana closed Mivreh Tlio oxprclKH for Ilio ivorc An livening With Uufhiiistrn tjuile n been raised among iliu ifhiduiits of Fayettti atiecil who live near the uuiluro of Faycttti snd ave The latter strewt tins been opened up only lately and u number of ttuo now going lip In tho SluRU1 1 the coiKCr lot on the nido of tlic avenue and Ixgan Iho erection of sovEirttl cheap lontmeul The ntighUirs with ttno resiliences dont like tho iilea nntl are of fering nen ntl for lite The rustler will iikely bo ecttlcd today This aud othor eimSlar troubled Imvo made apparent Iho necessity of tidopting tht pUii of inning building ftnri tho mat ter will bi brntighl before council at IHI early During Iho winter Ho StQfktHan of PillebiirB published a series of nue hundred And llfly prizo on ofTer intf four for the best and most compile sul of Many of tho qncsllons The conUstftnts n fnm all over the United lo he number of tiro bun drtd and It us plnama to sec in tliw xvceks thatour friend George Hnpivootl tif Sanlh Union was awarded tho first prizo Tlie other prizes were won by Michigmi and Ohio couloalantaJ Wo congrnhiUto Hop wood ho lias IKCU B closo Hludcnt of ngricultnral matters aud pcr hnpf no ono in Punndylvaiiia ie hotter versed in At profout ho is R member of tbo State Board of agricnlturo for Fayittc tho iron for tbo it tor thn Jail Jme to bo from the nrchitcetti iron firm at tho iron firms and Iho arciiUut U tho sole judgo of tlio quality of hte own do not moan to tlmt the r pi lite ot isnt but wo submit action of llio iu cloth ing Mm wlfli sonmoli power was anything but Our Cohncnsvillo contemporary doubOces gcta Its mirinformation from iho faisp aud partisan Attitcinonta of some of Uniontowo Tho contract Bpociftcnby provides Iho comnmalonim may call in oniido expcrta to cxnmino tlio quality of tbo iron nt Architect1 own DM these hnbwllilfl If tlioy did their ifiiibranco of R DinUVrabbul which hoy talk iofjmRtliAlly ia If they aro wnnton ancl deservmR of flovoie One by ono tho pTOpn on which all this illadvitiod onttcinn rwtcd Imvo been knocked next 36 PJaids ami Stripes at 36 Pftin Cashmeres at 40 Wool Plaids and Stripes 40 AVool Henriettas at 40 Wool Serges at Wool Henriettas at 46 Wool Cashmeres at LOO Have the above goods in all the newspring1 such as Helio Egg We also have tho very newest tilings in trimmings to match all he new such as Vandyke Point Braids and Stripe nud Brocade BLACK DRESS We arc headquarters for Priest leys They make llie best line of Black Dress Goods that are brought to this 40 to J6 Mohairs and 40 to 46 Black Cash meres 75 and 40 to 4G Silk Warp to Silk Warp Eaihvay Cords Mohair Biar ritz Wool Wool Drop Greys in iH Wool and Silk WASH DRESS Handsome New Satiucs 12J and New French Satines 20 aud New Pongees mcrc Orubre Dress Ginghams 10 and Zephyr Giugliams 20 and Lancaster Ginghams ludigo Blue Prints Muslin Dark Dress Prints Largest Stock aud Lowest 620 624 A SKbF CAR COl A GOLD MENS FINE Tlie Hanan Shoes which we are the Sole Agents are the Most Popular Fine Shoes in The demand for them When a customer buys them once he wili never wear any other This Season vye have an immense stock of them including several New Shape Toes and New Style The prices remain arid One pair will wear a whole HANANS PATENT LEATHER Shoes for Men are best We have a very elegant stock of them prices The Styles very HANANS SLIPPERS are very nice goods and equally as durable as the We have some handsome styles and new If you havent worn the Hanan goods make up your mind to try them next time you need a JOHN LYNCH A MENS BOYS THE AT n rally by ttiM tMinf lUtvilcd to Aboql Hwe ttii ifvcowlon WM UkW up About lo tho oom of snbforiberft at who lell ua until Mill Him wrlte us that the paper often doefl not rofcctvthore until dftyn behind We now rcpcaV tlmt tho tro Inlo the oflleo l Unionlown on riinrtday fupenoon and Ihey ought lo reaeh Ohlojiyle oh FrliUy Mid ocrUlnly be Mill Bun not ItUr than to irben tbe tiring Carpenters Vros pcctlvo sr March kucr of CynnollsviUot a mccbMiic who is st his ratio KS carpocter Rt this just secured pnpcrd flora the United States pRlent ollko to show that ho has secured a patent for Iho f milliner Bolf far cotijiliuf for freight liy which a Urftkonmn ia enabled to couple card without lo raise up tho tml of tho liuk wUh his or rtm tho risk oE beiug caught ue tsvecn the bumpers of Tlic coupHag is eo arrangecl that should two cars of ditter cnt netd coupling the brakeman turns the link upside tloMn tho covipling can be inuiie if them is Iroin o 10 Inolica diltoiieiicc in tho height ihc Kach ilrtxw head ia supplied two oonpling one of ivhiuh plrtoed liorizontally through the ilrftwhead aud the Tins piu is fsstoncd to the car by a snoall chain am IB always al hand ivlmi not iu Tho other pin not iu uao ia carried in a hole ouono putu of tlio drawhead and thai Sivca Itino vnn uing after In the center of tho draw head and Juat back of Iho piuhohis a weight which Imngs on n On tho front sido of this weight is a that cooics nnder the pinholo so ttiat tho hrakcman to Cflnpluifl simply iiiEortH tho pin in the hole iu tho and it ieaU on this and when tho cars como tOKOthor tho link strikes against tho ymshca it back and the pin drops through tho link am the coup ling is Tho writer was shown niodal of about one half which works to Old railroad men pronounce this the host coupling tint can bo gotten and say that it should bo adopted by all railroad and thereby fiavo tho great loss of life and limb to before Retting tho hart this coupling tried on two cars It was liaulcd to Sharpabnrg and waa inspected hy who pro nonuccd It a Coiinollmniilo conviction mid iinnlftimcnt of n mom ber of tho town of Uniontowu cliargrd wllh being a sllonl partner In boroiiRh con tract work In altep in ho right direction and tho instead of having his motives thonM receive the moral suprort of Iho whono bout mitlor what the movinti hla Tho Jaw a good ami pught to ho cnforood mni though It Hhonhl tppcar that no frarid has practised upon Iho NMilln Ihopngllltiofnconntcr hctwpcntho Aud tho for Iho ItkoMho llowors thai hloom in the 1ms nirililDK lo do wlih tho it calls lo mind tho fact that nn loo prone o nhurilro pplthcbi in arnnlng lieforn a In prrmutliig tliCdloiifA thn pronemilor hK right to plclnre tho oppoflltion dnrkly Iho erhloitco will but no With Iho no ki la court or oot ot court Tlie Huklll Venture Producing Stciul Bonuses Mono AS March place is enjoying an oil boom A teat woll ia being but down at Hukills veiiturc ou Ilia Morrii uccr ia down to 125 and ia proJuciug Work wilt bo resumed on tho Throckmorlon well aa aoou aa some necessary macliinery can bo A cavcin haa delayed this veiitnri at and it is possible a new hole may be The Cook iu Center has ect all leasers and farmers by the and territory ia being taken up rap idly iu every with Iho Cook as Farmers nra receiving as as bonus on a 200acre It in claim ed thai WO feet of oil is standing in tho Cook The Cook will be drilled in at and several other riga will tu put up an soon as the heavy roads A few moro coats at Singley KoydV for if wo can fit Imt soma of the iizes are mar 11lf Hero it and it Mils tho hill much better than anything wo could me the greatest pleasureto write yon in to Chamberlains Cough thfl past ivinterl have sold of it than any oilier and have yet tij intlsny but what was bentfiUedby taking I have never had any in my store that gave such universal Drug Qeuila 50 cent bottles for sale by Arinory lOtU The members of Company p11will hereafter assemble for regular weekly drill Tuesday aud Friday evenings of each Letevety man report for By order of mar 15121 DAX The only butchers B an apprenticeship in a city Gun prepare anything in Iho moat Try We deliver all HOFFJIAS A Co Why pay nnd for white shirts nheji yon can get good as there are at Biiigley A mch20 No Kvirtcuco Against Hi Thai if ia never tafo to take all you hear fcr tho trnth was illnstratcd last Week in a case before Siiniro ExConalable Lawr Diloy mado informaiiou Ufore tlio squire charging Nick proprietor of the Holel Kromer at with a violation of the license law selling in quantities moro than one The tiOJiriug vcsssetfor Friday and Kromer and his son who was also included in the appeared and found no oue to confront them bnt the who was put on oath and testified that ho bad nmdo the charge from information He had taken out a for witnesdes bnt had only served ono andthat on the morning set for the hearing and the wit ness did not An attachment wna issued to Constable Schlinger to bring hint in by but the ofttcor failed to and if ho had oven It wag learned that it would only liavo been hearsay testi mony and availed The there fore discharged the case at the cost of tho L U 2VI B I 1ST G We give special attention to None hut the moat skilled woiKroeix employed in each branch of our and we guarantor firstclaaa work at Jiwjonnble OXVK US A JOHNSON MACHINE GAS AN1 bTEAM No better material put in white shirts than there is in Singley Boyds 00 A Yankee Sheriff A well known sheriff jivluR in llaine waa given to die with what hU phyaiciana called A friend advised him to try Pur Han Cough J Coiuumptlou recovery followed and Iho doclor now naealtfor colda ttnii Trial free KciMlcda credit located op Main on April will rumovcto the corner Morgaiitnnji nd Fnyattb Hpcutil for lie next 10 nmr20lt Wnmsutta mviaKiiniiil 22M linen In tlM for chlrli to be Soeb la Ko Commercial MorKaato dooQ6uib THE GLINTOK HOUSE One Door East of the Court Newly repaired and refinished Ratea GENTLE SPRING Singley A Boyd Arc forcing the season somewhat by their display of Spring The trade has begun much earlier than usual and we have been busy buy ing almost ever since the beginning of the The store is full of all latest in Dress Draper ies and Fancy Articles that go towards the makeup of a well appointed shown in the newest and best patterns with Nap kins to Extra heavy Cream Damask in a variety of extra good especially designed for good These we show in thegreatest Towels by the pair or dozen at the lowest pos sible price consistent with We have everything new in Era broidery that could he from the narrowest edge at 3 cents to We can suit the most fastidious mm i 608 MAIN ifEsrfilcalf Children Cry for Pitchers Castorhu M IMT for
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