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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 3 LINES KOK 10 Cents Any Day in Llie ADVERTISE Your Goods IN THE SEPTEMBER TWO A SUCCESSFUL BOYS oirrnK 8rrn HAVK AN OT TIMK Mooting lu lie Oiicru House and a Big Dinner at Commercial H Tile Ibis Afternoon Tlic Camp Klre Today dawned tlnrk inul bn tho threatening crowds boffin early to arrive iu town and Jip forc uooii tho HtreuU wove together with the linal appcaiunwof and the liberal manner iti which the principal streets of were imlitvitccl thai tho 85th rcKiuuiittil icmiioi wtw lo bo a PUC The local com tu if tec of arrangement were Imay receiving tin arriving rim woiiufj them The old vcloranH imt each other nnd otHe more lianda and tulked over flic exptriciKOd nitd liRidchipH of in my About o cluck one of tljo old BuUiortf took position on tincor HIT of Main nud 1illnbnrg Btreeta and IHKRII liualitiy bly drum In an itiwUtit rvcry fol ier within the sound of Ibe ilnitii liuat whetlcd around nml Blurted in the direction of tho Kotuid they htul htatd PO often in tlio dayw ol 01 Tin re no Every one liawUned to the drmu UrU sooii iiLiiilv all the uld were an BO milled nroutid the Ttuy then to tlif opera At Preaidiiit Fuinier introdiKiil HujMVOwl ikJmTid tho of wtl lie nTfrrid to Hie tUys tit which his memory Krarrily him wJitn the 85th kft tliiii city 2Sf bow the IOIIK ifhri uf as they Uiardcd he Irairih pcetiuid to him iho only shut IMTO O1lt lo do ft til tie lap and how eotiu yiX of lluir iumradiB uuv ulccp re the cAinion then 1reHiditit FtiLniiT tin n wilh rt brirf bictory of tlie roKimont in which ho paid hi K tribute to or Abramtn and olliorti of thiir HP by fay ihj that tho tif Iniontown made thtMU wehoino tbiv wunM Ketk li liavo the best possible tiijomut thu dny and occasion could Tho muctirip in the OJHTR TV as one tint every soldier admire1 c HIU evtry Liliztn looks upon wilh T he stnK plain ly iltCo rated but in tmp military In Die aud ttoml a oil paintinK of JotlniA A tine artistic thtloJi and prfminumi by mauy of the old vclerntia as old Jochna 11 hinmlf to hft Niood the Klmtltrcd rcfiMius of the ohJ bitllo tlsR which 1ht mjiiicn cf Utiiouiown to the in fhurdy be fore it ilf df for I lit1 national csp 1hhc start and the nd Hint imvp entirely diMipprainl only a feu tihrtdi of tinwhite ttripos which Iield iu place by ot To tlio was n dew nnd hitndiiimo vua H z a m 0 H n m GO IIU SEMANS 620 624 an U i in the cauio up from rittt siincO to a bjigatk cntnnjaml by Colonel imM lat nielli WM in iklUiiJuiKC llic winter llio Jiial 111 from Cniclliliiitti lo niatrv ntlr rs us bLfore attend tlii reunion of his of witli tliroiriiiR up At Meridan Hill in Mavcli cil ISW il waa afsiLiiul to Oiii i0imv little later raoivcl to Vortrrys nliore on April 1 it bcCMUe f l Armv of lie lien sturlcil iho horrors and of llio ItninsnUr It assisted in the were coiiBiHrao Tatlur Tiiuo perrotiatid in tin on RII old paraiU I Wo wore5 nnMlu In fc amthing like n of Mirvivors ns tlie rur mont has not yet Ieen the oneatincd veteran ami Jacob Ilincbauuh of of fought viJinntly at ljui in In thin last ciignpemeiit it held tho J i nrte pits uutil ntnrlymirrouudtd lr tho ene Aiming Ihe fi of iliis who fell in battle were Lioutcnatit IJannJ 1 of Wnytic i lo From luve ivhh after ihe cm1 my vihcmi they oncouutfred at West Oriek amt whom Uicy rinitnt nttcr n Ufpirate strri They tiovt tit tuckcd llio enemy in their uorkrt Jit ivlui e lhty met wilh A munlvr of Imrd skirmishes eu HHil before they mcwnkrcd iho eiuiny in the at ran K DHIUTHI tit f on FOB of where met them Mid the com mand resumed to Tiie rfgirmni was next to ami pliLVtl under AT At the opfrn After llic ij voUraiis formed linoAiid to OOIK mrrcia whoio dintur wnsi in The diniKr by to anyone uho knows unylhini OarUrV cookinjc is useless to on UiiB pat I of the There and lxt and pork the lire pork of tin tcs killed Hpecinlly the white pot A tec A andxwiet potatcvf rtinl CM MI nnd oabbaqo Mid lima boaus and hut no uso to I prtpartrt in the hrfit of with theunriviOlnl Carter ict1 crcnru and cake lo top out Tbe eommitttO of tiu nts had c mlractcd with Carter to fnrniph dinner for T3iroc lotiK tablfn we TO arranpcd the and at tlit tltpt hittitig IV 5 v croons were nearly all old Sluny uld icra iiUmbciHor the with few also uml in all about JO1 wore u their All were highly dulighted and praUM tho THK from Uiu hall tho VfHevanfi repaired to the place of forming the it then being About 1 The moved oft in tlio following orilcr Kcuto of procession Onl Jtuin west to FAV otto Fayutte street to Stuwarl old cimp groutut up HUuvurl avenue to west on Main to opera where nfler drcsa parade Norman lUvni nf nhti hail prom ised lo failed Ui lit wtnt faiiu tu CJlsicapo and biiiK nne f thi1 famous lib of the tioAUl cf Tbe ctiTiuiiilttc1 on LV of JoliH Jhiub Moore nnd The lasl uamrd is in and did not pot Tht1 of tht JHl a imr of it but mutters in foarl JutncB JobtiHion of hftd promirfd to be tince wrote ho eon Id not Johiuiton mmU1 the presentation rptccli on the oouMun nf tlu prtsesitinp of thfl ilni lo the btiore today was A ii trautftrretl lo ly titUud from it thi iirsi bonibtirdmint of Forl Sninpror by Admir nl Tho VTUB let I 03 par I ol llio command in of Folly if Gen who Hunter ifipld to tliffints on Monif To Hccomplish this he trect powcfflll biiULTiifS m 1Qily itild opened ciieh a lire tlmt all theforts exoopt firt WHRner After many nnpnccciJifHl QilmorcdfcUlod tf tako ii by rifiuNr woi e bv the OnlinHdroilth Now York and Mie Third it left homo in hinl hin a much lluwt bmiR nil ju ihc Ttimluir of jewelry e tore this a part kl the nfiims of ihe n had jiift ubi1 tins RWiM lo vaiMblc Uiuptr bforrdrftfUdiu FayttttV ijuoU j hsnlsiiijH of lifo in the was RIId HIHOIIR ilie rcRinunt with nlHiniing bKjn foil into Gilnioro the diiren tit ami bin Kiirlitvifili having and llimy CUy ihc s fro Conj Ion O is on lie walk is msi ft ro that lie of arniv iiu old couijuiny ntul hip limp rtniituU1 lifo Imvo hft hiin Of Unclo Sam on horseback ivitb his Porlrnit of HovveU nnd canon on Ruttcrti 851H dnim cor 85th Fnl mor iu Piece of artillery of famous Knappd Army bfigRnge Cook house and fjrrnl Cliickahnniitiy bmul Father only tho wivck fphndid iiplitr luonoo His Iliinrndon tell MI hiuulrnt of Jossip phuk and At llniKlrcd R big arlitk i ynintt boon and knock the bns wronnd nutil thry woro al of Finally Jtsse Joues R opprd tip and jtfiii he I Jo ticlik lie ptioh id into tho bis Jiitilkrynian HIH save him a tiutinil tlrAivn up by MI otliccr to be disciplined for his Jonrn said the Milan biul tueti H awe dont you boys ourne your own foniclimcs Jonca but we dont allow any outsiders lo do replied Heivna allowed to RO un present aftifcrd of tho reKunenlol HSPO ciation are Vnlmer pixsideut and John of Tul nier tcllfi us that the first reunioti of tho regi ment was held in Union town 17 years He at near be can nscf rtain there nre now left about 150 eurvivora of Ibe original 31 Kulmer was a nutubcr of and that the battle in which company an1 tbo regiment partici pated was that cf Deep in Tlicy lost more mou there ttiaw iu all their previoua eJi Tluy had almost 431 at the roiiiinoncoineni Hie 1 i for The uith the h was dttfiilcd to iMp tuix1 tho fun ai Mat Mi ntnr Bui hi i lutny wati so nimh in nnni that tlucTitcrpiise The iirticipRttd in iho princtpnl bat iles of finlityfoiir kilkd anil At lie closo il iliat cam in Captain Abraham was tlu only wilh llic sit he otlirrs rctigned ami except Caption who 1ml bun promoted to t the Army of iho oanu1 north from Ham sons Lnulim 1st KiphtvtiTih regiment wsscent here it wado frctnejit raids to the Bluck making with and anuuvitiK The enemy in that On with the Kifihtytifih wcnl to Now C and joined who cnu umiiuid tbo Anny and j mcdiatefy slarlrd to dititroy n ribil gunboat on the Xncc and bum a jridgo at They do fraud thv rebel nnili r st West and Ooldsboro succeeded in ioiMroyinc tho gnnlxtat and burning the In Uio Kitihtytirth lolt its old brigade and sailed for South Caro arriving R Port 1Vbtuary 1stfol The took a cunspienons Ivart in Ihr pirne of Morrin Inland and Fort At Ihu latter plaio iiel rnrivnmv wos August No tic d ofliror hoiiii witfi the Captain boiny tlie senior lino cutnmand of Ihc nnti the foJ lowin with the of three crks commanded by I lieutenantColonel livivd of the divirioi K arinv ii UiRhljliith WHK pjirr of tho division thnt Bent Imck to lie Anny of Tluy arrivnl in Virginia and htOd poet at licrinmla Jho iu return THIS Tho campflro will bo lield in the opera houec tins begin ning at 8 An iu tortBtinR time will be had as CAM bo eccn by tho following program Prayer By GPOVRC of C Musio by lo iho Field of Glorv Miss Mifts Emma Van Kulogy on Abraham tvjd By Rev OcorRQ Orbin Stray Flag1 Addrcea John Oolliim from tho Oiie Vniikirk and oHiora Mnslc I will meet thorn all onco more This will be iutorsporBcd by the 85th Orbiu KIU with their onn thoartiH who made llio fine of whkli waa served out fhtir three and were hurled into Hi thickest of this battle while other and frenljer loops were jriiiR aronmT in abun Among wonndoil at Deep Bot tom were the late Major Jesse Jonoa and James tho all of company HISTORY OV THE Iii accordance ivith tho command of the secretary of war received August Joshua Honcll of Unfontowu hcjan ro cruiling ft or infHntry nfterward known as the 85th rcnusylvaiiia At cftmp Ift Fay near Union town in wo monthn lin had aspcuihlcil ten companies eoniposed mostly of largo from tlio conniHfl of Somerset and When the organization oomnlclorl tlio following ofliccrs had n 3ii Ji chnaoii Joshua colonel Norton MGiflin of WnMnnglon lieuteuaul colonclnnil Absolom Qnilor of Fayolte county company drilled until November 1st when it was oidorcd to Tlioy proceeded to HarriPbuig where Curlin Tho hem with the national colors thoy were afterward so gallantly to deleutl vnd aooti afterwards I hoy moved to tlio Nation al capital whoro tho rofdnunl waa eiinippcd Kith arum and cavofuny It aoon tvfkr movcrl looamp Good Hop whero ii which they wero employed after to Virginia was tnc by Ho brigade of sonic ivorks rveontly taken bv Grauf and L os arnucs were now Rtationet around and the Eigbtytirth was cmploycil picket nad tlie guards ol tho two great opposing armieunfU tobacco and The KiRhlyfifih plaved an itiijiri IniH par I in the cftpinro of Deep Bottom by Han tlie of Hill In this HtrngKle be Kigutylifth was called to mourn tindeath of JJcutouaut Wil Hum In the siucei ding atnig iat preceded the of this plnce Iho ftntl honor EiRhtyJifth played H very able iu 0110 skirmish coming onl itl many prieonera and three siande of L Oa the of September while return iiiR from eons Howell thrown from liis horso and so aiivcrcly injnvtc that ho BOOH aftrr Tlio tool part hi movement across the Jamos ivhiol refltilttd in Mio capture of Harrison aw Chspiua The lat battle in which the Eightvfifth was was against Pond1 nt Darbytown Uoad and in thin na in many it came off The rosi Hient soon after ordered from tho front A month later it inoceoded to Pittabuig whore on tho 22iul nt it WH murftored out of service and returned home U dwell peacefully in tho land thoy had hcluc toe September FILLED TO THE TOP FLOOR WITH CHOICE STYLES OF nSN ANP BOYS Our buyer has just returned from the eastern markets where lie has been for two and the result is we have now the grandest and most superb exhi bition of Fall and Winter Clothing ever Wo art now ready for you With an array of fashionable and standard fabrics with limitless lines of novel Everything that goes to make up a perfect and incomparable stock of Mens and Boys Shelves were never nor counters trophied with such elegant They are unrivalled and An induce ment of consistant economy runs all through In the Elegance of Design The Extent of Assortment We have never had a range of goods at all approaching the present offerings at such very moderate Our Ten Dollar Suits are going at a steam engine If you would know the value of come to We boldly and truthfully slate that we produce better value LARGER FIT And at Lower Prices Than Uie whole combination of competitors iu the SHOES Oh yes You know about our Shoes Best Best Best Best Best made and lowest price skoes in Fayette If you havent tried a pair of do so this It will be a good Mens Boys UlNTKH hftwcon llanil IS to inake her stK we in rally xcb Unfoii Itai n boy i anon i 10 yrars 10 work in slonv AniiJr jier orcilly lo JOHN LYSCU Paper and on AdJresa H If VVANTKD local ami traveling ai Tr vll OrnametMa Trees and Salary and RX Terinanenl No ecuniy riiroisU relrrtuces as to ood CHAHLKS MCt Mention this WASTKDTlui addrtss of Jese who resided at ihe Votighlogheuy blow during the lutti and whn to Ohio iu the spring ul une knowing hi present or iu irlint ufOtiiu be will confer a favur lie wijiov of Jereuiiah rlio is ati apnlt for by fnrnlshinx ffld iiifoimation Building FOR H OH Sl LE A honss anil lot on Uuion Two story inoitQlaia water J sep 1731 TTU uudersignetl oilers for sate his preportLM ou Main east cudt For particulars inquire of Crouio on the 14 wJfestf CiflH fiue pair of n mare 7 mid geNliiiL9 Wood anij sound and line Weight 24M Tiivj CAtie5Ccn ftt my place at New Geneva or I will drive tlum to Unioniovrn for Fcji 6ir SingleyiS Boyd 608 MAIN IN1CW Womlerful Ch PRICES COT AWAY TO rVO inc nowly furnished room at the t cii r GaKntin smt Chinch For tun t v use care STAND OTICE tsuerchy Riven to all persons not lo I rust FUureH Hivers as sho has left my Kni and oani and I will not Iw responsible for any debls ontrartwl Uy hen PILES P1LKS PILES Freys titiiversal Pile A snre cure for form or internal or itch Ing or and lone si an ding coses UBS never Try cveii If you have failed wltb every other This Supjwsiiory corro eftjto nfil nnd posses5cs every advantage over ointment a niid PhyficUns use Illn their Give it a tritil nnd i ou will be relieved nnd convinced Hcnt mall oi OIHH H ANDRKWU Druggist stu ftlyr nod A sail wbo 10 can bo ferrcd who can furnish n horse noil giro whoo time to hu uiomonU insly be cniplojtxl A cw vacancies In noil JOHNSON A 1009 sfcxlo age and hover mlud atoul venJinu for S f MARKDOWN SALE That commenced last Tuesday still going THINK OF IT All the goods in our store marked down Almost OneHalf Price Sftino of Them Now is your opportunity to get the goods at the prices you Come Early And get the best Corner Morgantowa Main Sireels Silk Henriettas al and All Wool Henriettas at and Suiting Cashmeres in all colors at 30 36 inches Sacking all 54 wide at u6 and 75 All Habit all 54 65 Suiting Cloths in stripes and 36 to 50 at 50 to 75 all Parisian all 40 to 50 inches 75 cents to Flannel imported novel from 50 to Plain Dress all colors and all at 30 For school Tragic dark and light all at 15 I lie most complete line of trim mings we have ever Coats and Wraps in and Cloth for Misses and Tlie largest stock in the ir0 all for 30 days at 40 per reduction in 608 MAIN aeo 7tf
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