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Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1893, Uniontown, Pennsylvania Make your known through news get what you the evening 1 me news the live merchants volume lawyers who Are to but not voices that Are silenced which were wont to be heard in forensic oratory careers judge Alpheus Danle Alfred Howell and James Kay now Dick std arc in Ludl sketches to Inonu hits Rte Eon Uale when hit of Fri tiny up the Bur was list to uti Lutil liar Conyl wih Charles boy i was silly Ami a by was such a was to include his it Niue with mention of who a cry his it Kutts Ami Kliff him for tile the following it Mir of Usu Laic Daniel Alfred Howell Annj Jamis Darby Are their acc Shavo twin Falci sively written by Oiler the Sisily Nile Alpheus Alpheus Willson was ranked among the Ablest District judges in the i have heard him compared to the late chief Justice his learn ing was very great and his judgement was rarely at George the Leader of Hie Greene county prac tired before judge Willson for ten thus epitomizes Hafl striking qualities As a judge in his Power of marshalling the of a Case in an orderly and his ability to apply the Law to the judge Willson has Seldom had an equal Are Pur game he acquired a Good knowledge of the English latin and without a he read Law with the late general Joshua Howell and was admitted to the bar in the same year he was elected prothonotary of la Iii 1 Toi Tyli the county by the democrats and Reeke Idiu s 1iti1 Ted in he bad previously served As Kir clerk of the state in he i cell us quickly Rose to distinction in Law and poli his Law practice grew with his rep equal to league players August 1 trial and for More than thirty years he was concerned As counsel in much of the important litigation in Fayette his practice was chiefly in the civil but he was engaged in some noted criminal he was the Baltimore and Ohio railroads attorney for a number of from 1881 to 1865 he was associated in practice with the late Charles Kaine Boyle being me of the leading Law firms at the is the Way the Maryland manager sizes up Mccormick a amateurs score 9 to 4wllhelm and Fitzsimmons do excellent the the game yesterday Between Uniontown about gossip or local interest tersely the pay car Samuel Morris has opened a fruit Ston in commercial a retaining being erected in the property of minor where it Bor Ders on Coal lick run Henry null arrived yesterday with eight head of trotting there Are now the charge on which Jai a speakeasy proprietor held under violation of the liquor Law about20 hones at the fair Anderson and John Boyle drove today to attend he picnic at Mes Swank was arrested Connellsville fire men off to Meyersdale Comins veterans reunion Church Festl Val personal Ross Butcher shop no in 1801 Kaine was elected a member Cumberland was a great one from be the state House of representatives and stoning to end and was witnessed by a e elected in his sen ices n that number of Cranks and local Enthus Ody were he was chosen the people of the old town Imog hair Manof the judiciary committee Over inc they have a great but after to Uch eminent lawyers As Charles Buck Days game manager Hoben walked Over Lew and James in 1833 he Bench and said we played great erred As chairman of the ingest Guting Dut that Uniontown team cant be Ommittee appointed to inquire into the beaten by league Jse of Simon Cameron who was manager Hobert employed 76 boys to barged with bribing members of the pick stones up from the Diamond in order gis lature to secure his election to the to Hio Taii a saying that the a voted present a the Public school in lading monday at when Telegraph pole on Morgantown Streer ran away this August alias Butch the one the local Ball team plays its last game Mel speakeasy proprietor at with Cumberland they will re who was rested by county detective urn to Uniontown tomorrow on the Campber charged with Selling sunday and without a Licette an interesting game of baseball at the f hearing before Justice Echard and grounds yesterday Between the John smothers Tesmond the jockeys k o f l via a letter to John highly prize Antl relic owned by Thomas Thomas general single copies two if h m i ours i at Moyer helium it Isa Tetter tote Dunt him to John tie hero of wat Omie and harpers when a Young Man he left his Home in Waynes Borg and went he was recommended for a place on the staff of Gover nor Reeder of Kansas in time of the anti slavery and served for a Lota aked spec latins town r an t bail for court to suited 5 to 3 in favor of the teachers and friends of education Are nit cd states in 1872 Kaine was Cumberland boys wanted the ground s acted a member of the state cons Titu Siu Ooth As onal convention and served As chairman the judiciary committee of the Conven that was a representative body of i Allen Wymer was before Justice Echard last charged with killing John the parties both live at Wymer gave bail for a we dont need a smooth said j ing Reading Wen will explain her system of teach1 u a veins when u Likely the in and Kalne took a prominent part j manager answered the Cumberland Ina a boys would get the bases if in the debates that shaped our present Tlle was filled with theres a muddle ahead for the Pitts will be James who was arrested form of state probably Jii no Public duties did Kaine take such Delight and interest is the duties of school director which he Dis charged for Many he was a Devoir de Patron of the Public schools and gave liberally of his own Means to their is a trial judge he no Superior in the Lort he was largely instrumental in of Alpheus Willson was born in West Virginia october his parents re moved to Uniontown when he was four he prepared for College in the Public and in private schools and entered Hie Sophomore class at Princeton College at the age of and graduated in h securing the present commodious and handsomely appointed school building for when he died school children took up collection and purchased i of Flowers to Lay 1ss5 the a Penny Beautiful upon his the Cumberland scored the Flat run but the Uniontown boys soon overcome the Lead and the Cumberland club was Wight like a following is the score make Buckenberger ought to efforts to Clear a Telegram received by those interested states that Pollard author never in it from that Wilhelm pitched new system of teaching an excellent game and Fitzsimmons Here monday at 9 Oclock caught Connellsville at to a strict sprinter pugilist Mccaffery i and others of the Pittsburg sporting Fra s i 5 Vemity in Uniontown today and r r l will give in exhibition it Mountain View Park there will be six sparring dry Ilott Burg both Uniontown and campbe11 claim the team for september a the contributions were limit to11 Penny in order that All might join read Law with the late judge Nathaniel j in this tribute to the memory of a Ewing and was admitted to the tar in unselfish Benefactor of the Public after years practice Here i what in could have a More tender and he removed to where he Surk Sive tribute to his memory formed a Law partnership with judge of the Mccoy Milih in Alt Jui Hajimu 41 Wilhelm i a 0 o i o u 0 o 1 i dec wills ii took his place up who Hakert a Acihl Maizc Robl w no r Uley 1 i exhibitions and one foot o at the yearly Inlet Inthis week in Thi 0 David Minerd was a i elected superintendent of the sunday in a n 2 and Dennis assistant i some changes were also made in the offi k 11 ii a k m i 5 4 i Drue of Union towns j j popular teachers and miss Kate Walters 0 i were the first ladies to ascend the Tower of the new court they went up 0 0 0 0 2 1 i i i i 1 u 0 0 0 0 0 dispose of this accumulated business and the rapidly developing business of the District so As to bring the dockets of the two counties As when he in the Greene county docket was so nearly Clear that a Case began term near As possible up to i 3 retired from the Bench j t at sea in was forced to leave College when entered As a student in the office of Gra Ham an eminent Law firm of new York where he remained two in 1s45 he came to completed his Law course with his the late general Joshua and was admitted to the bar in Joshua Howell was one of Fayette county leading and it was his Good for Datsy l e 26 7 Uniontown 3 Cumberland 2 base Huff Man passed Fitzsimmons Metz baseball the Cumberland club was very anxious to win the second game and offered love and Money to the amateurs to throw one evening this week in charge of b Walters and found that the View paid for the Justice Willson has about 40 criminal cases on his than half of this Cumber will be u Many will be the information docket now contains 103 cases and if Many justices make Large returns the list reach Tion to his duties undermined his not Overly robust health he fell a victim to consumption on september writes one of judge will sons biographers he began his labors by a Revis Ion of the which he brought to such perfection us to greatly facilitate practice in the several courts and Aid in making a Strong his term of service was one of the most important decades in our Legal owing to layettes rapid Indus the Union service head of the eight fifth regiment Pennsylvania vol general Howell lost his life at Petersburg in 1864 and his Nephew succeeded to firms extensive Law Busi for Twenty three years thereafter Alfred Howell was one of the busiest and most prominent lawyers at the Fayette county his extensive practice was confined chiefly to the civil he had the George Mccray of menalled township and daughter were driving to Hopewell the horse took fright and but the Ilion teen boys Hurrah i they were thrown from the Buirt or for the amateurs Mccray received bad cats and was other the boys have adopted Princeton j his daughter escaped with i a few the Allentown club will play at Union town of August 23 and Jock Menefee pitched for Lousi Tlle people you May Frank Hill Misback from worlds against Baltimore yesterday and gave the j orioles but three he also did some Good stick making two base hits miss Flo Connor of Morgantown is visit and one political a prominent teacher of Springhill is in i Frank Farquhar and wife went to Fay Ette City today to spend judge John Stewart of Chambersburg j clerk Mcmullen left this afternoon for has withdrawn As a candidate for supreme i to see the fair Ond j pud Fuller and others left Thi largest orphans court practice at the he disposed of the intricate for judge to succeed the late judge will but he declined to owing to the precarious state of his health s mutters that came before him charged All his duties with an ability that Lustre on an already illustrious judge will sons personal disposition was he tempered Justice with mercy whenever he was fond of a joke and his grave face always lighted lip with n smile at humorous incidents in Cmrk his chief mental recreation was Meadins he unbent his exact Legal mind Over the pages of Hawthorne and of any popular fiction that came in his he was very considerate and kind in his relations with the attorneys and left the Bench with their highest esteem and the esteem of the people of the two counties of whose Legal affairs he had Chen so Safe and Able an Daniel Daniel Kaine was a Man of remarkable i associate with him As much rugged strength of intellect and will As with any Man 1 Ever he was Strong in n a dictator in politics and Sot in his his striking appearance suggested the aggressiveness that was so Toroc a part of his his Tower ing the defiant toss of his his jutting roman nose and deep Baw voice with a slight in sol were in fight As Well As Tom Candous in his was an intense he loved wild Hatch with equal it is said Hook will be on inde s morn ing to attend the fair it Sandy oils and sister Linie of new of pendent candidate for Inghram Neva Are registered at the Central beat him in Greene county for the demo Holliday and miss Maggie hol Allday Are visiting friends in Somerset Vance graft and daughter will visit grafts parents in Connel Lavulo to ratio chairman Thomas Carter says he will probably Call a meeting of the Republican National committee in but not before the Iowa democrats have decided to present governor Boies name on August Beer to Echard today and was held to bail in the sum of for Newmyer going on his the pay car arrived Here today and gladdened the hearts of its Quitman Marietta is suffering from a severe attack of the Connellsville fire company left for Meyersdale this morning to participate in the firemen picnic and they were accompanied by the they made a Fine appearance and feel confident of Watnes Mhugh of Houtzdale is Here on a visit to her i George miss Lida Winehart of Uniontown is at tending a class of music in this she is the probable organist for the pipe Organ in the the musical and literary entertainment Given at the Church was in every Way a grand a Large crowd was in attendance and a very enjoyable time was had by Gus Soisson and William Biehl left to Day for a weeks visit to the worlds the executive Board and various committees appointed for the reunion of the 142d Pennsylvania will meet at armory Hall next tuesday to Complete arrangements for the grand fathering of there will be a festival at the tuesday it will be Given under the auspices of the Baptist sunday All Are song services at the rooms tomorrow afternoon at Amelia fee Donovan of Pittsburg will sing several there will be a Short for men by Morris of subject anointing for Joseph Hartzell received word this g Anu was one of proprietors who Laid out the while there the antislavery trouble came of and martial was All the men were forced into the service and scouting Par Les were out wild rumours were float that Lane and Brown were about to track the place and excitement ran ii tic Usu you and Only one open space left where ingress and egress was allowed the United states soldiers were there and two Small Cannon were mounted and ready for one Day a body of horsemen appeared on the the citizen soldiers be Gan firing the the first shot by nearly destroyed a House in the Settle one of the National troops then took charge of the Cannon and by the use of Shell soon scattered the horsemen Johns and other who were to ked upon with suspicion the slavery about this time were or dered to leave the town on hours they Johns Leav his affairs in the hands of an in having received notice from his agent that business demanded his presence n he started from the East for that Goine through Iowa owing to the disturbances existing in he encountered James red the famous then the i editor of Palm and an antislavery who gave Johns a letter of introduction to John the letter was As follows a prominent politic in kills owing to failing health a a Well known publican of Allegheny county formerly a candidate for con Dies under sad Clr Cun stances Well August a prominent physician committed suicide at his in Crafton this shooting i in the ill health was the supp Foster was a prominent Republican in 1888 he was a candidate for receiving the support of allege but was Defeated in the he assistant surgeon in the Utlz regiment until recently and very Populis with the National guard is about 60 years Lane and homa3 Johns of Pur Hes 5l q any favor to him will regarded As a personal favor to be editor Palm and s Redpath the in the according to the cipher then current among the meant sound on the Goose a password for a free state or r Johns met John was treated and received the required Aid to enable him to get into the troubled City he remembers Brown very having become quite Well acquainted with him us to in Autu at Tae residence inv Mii i c or Amanda White on Apple Street millsj3hut uncertainty As to the future pros trates York Prett the blight that has fallen upon Indus trial operations is not the consequence of the disturbances in the Money Market although the difficulties of manufacturers have been aggravated by the Finan Cial trouble the Mills have been closed and Are closing because Over the head morning of the serious Ilene at i of his father a filthy Coal lick run in a horribly filthy a Chance for the William hartmans Case looks More he died May personally Howell was one of the most charming of who that knew him can forget his infectious laugh his intellectual face was always ready to break into a he forgot his dignity in court and elsewhere if any thing occurred that was funny enough to laugh Alfred Howells was As trans Parent As the Mountain there was no Shadow of dissimulation about he was simply himself r Auito la a Lite auf full it As the caucus Choice for United states j Hartman lowly improving and the physicians Are hopeful of his re j last night at 10 Oclock a change the Virginia democrats adopted the or he had great natural abilities and he was undoubtedly a Well read he had collected the finest Law Library in the but he cared less for precedent and a Nice runs lotion of the Law than for common sense application of Law to to was self made and self he was born at december came to Connellsville in and was successively a apprent clerk in n store and manager of an always and to he honoured his profession and was in turn honoured by his professional Brethren and to All who conic in Contact with i James James Dai who died March was one of the oldest lawyers in practice at the he was in the Seventieth year of his agent the time of his Donth and had been n member of the bar for Twentyfive he was educated in the Public schools and at old Madison he began his career As b school in 1s57 he Wos elected Register and recorder and clerk of the orphans court on the democratic ticket and was reflected in in 1s74 he was chosen one of pay tics representatives in the state he was a faithful and efficient Public Chicago platform plants on Silver and i and the patient Tariff after an exciting All night Captain Skinner is reported in no hurry to take charge of the pension and Bengough will accommodate him by running the office until his successor can get his private business in shape to take hold of his new Pittsburg dispatch it was reported yesterday that colonel Jackson As the Republican nominee for state treasurer will be endorsed by the Allegheny county delegation to the state convention in the Clarede r Cla Redfor ing spells to which he was subject have and his pulse has grown stronger and More hartmans friends Are confident that he will recover and the physicians Are resting easier regarding the the Joshua Joshua one of the oldest and Best known citizens of died wednesday August at 4 he was born at Snow april and moved to Bridge of is understood there was on the foundation of the Iron which spans Dunlap Creek he the change is made at Haywood also worked Many years in fringes Boa Yard and at House car entering h a leaves two sons and a number of grand officer and Rcv cred in private life for his Sterling qualities of head and his clients conferred upon him what they considered n distinction by Call in him an honest he was Well worthy of their for in All respects he was an honorable and Trust worthy he was Safe Counselor and a successful practitioner in the orphans for by his Nix years experience As clerk of that he especially Sand mined and transported across the Yough Yowler of White Bock and Paul have started a novel Enterprise on the Yough River opposite the Mouth of Indian Here there is an extensive Deposit of Sand which these gentlemen the Sand is of a Good Quality for building purpose and is in Good a Cable has been put Cross the River to the Sand on which a Small car is run Book and the motive Power being n Small engine on the it Side of the the Cable is of 700 feet 1 inches the car is sus Pended on the Cable by it will carry pounds of Sand at a up a Rise of 30 at the Railroad the Sand is loaded into cars for Capac Ity of the works is 10 Carload per week the Supply is almost in if you can afford to to annoyed Busick headache and dont use his sons Are Foreman of the Carpenter department of the it car shops at and Worcester Haddock of who was the inventor of the self feeding Nail machine and Cable car deceased was a strict member of the Church and was for Many years superintendent of the sunday funeral the residents of West Fayette Street Are complaining of the condition of Coal lick the continuous dry season has deprived the run of nearly All the leaving nothing but impurities of All kinds in the in passing on Fayette Street today the odor of decayed matter is very precepts be and the Green Slimy substance on the top of the water is productive of malaria and Kindred a number of sewers empty into the re and about the Only water Supply it comes from this while the Cree is at its Normal stage no impurities a Cost being entirely absorbed and car Rich but at present the water is lying in there being scarcely an moving in the Little Good Wool result from cleaning out the As sewers would immediately fill it again and unless some Way is provided of pre venting further deposits in the an epidemic of fever is extremely Likely to break out in that As it Citi Zens Are complaining the matter should be looked after is forewarned will fire1oo the Oliver works to resume operations on monday the Oliver Coke and fur Nace company will fire 100 ovens at Oliver these works closed Down lost week and 300 men were made there Are 300 Coke ovens in the Plant and the remaining 200 will be fired As soon As the Oliver furnaces which is petted to be september Charles August was received Here this morning that Charles Carrington had died very sudden try at his Home in Carrington was Well known Here and was much respected by All who know he moved from hero to Springfield about he was the Leader of the Silver Cornet band in Early seventies and was a great favorite among the band his wife is a daughter of Ann bobbins of pros Peel the news seriously Johnson Are repairing a boiler for Herbert Raymond will represent the evening Star Council at Johnstown the third tuesday in John Bell is having his store room William Ervin i doing the Brown has just from a business trip to there will be a Basket picnic it upper Middletown on August Albert Brown is running the engine for Herbert Mills s in Connellsville on Bonsi of every manufacturer hangs the treat of the Chicago platform within a few he be forced to conduct his business under conditions about which he can know the clearest vision cannot discern if the free traders will halt at free raw or if they will reduce lightly or or will wholly remove the duties upon fab with positive knowledge that out right free Trade is at the american accustomed Only to protect might be in grave doubt How to adjust his affairs to the novel but what he has to Deal with is Complete uncertainty of what is in store for and for every sane Man this must mean the As nearly As May be of All movement which involves responsibility for the it is most unfortunate that the Fin Amial reaching a crisis just As the Industrial troubles became have partly obscured the foots from the people it would have been far better if the Hurt Ful influence of the anti Tariff agitation upon Industry Coald have been made clearly Manifest by the absence of All other causes of perhaps we shall have demonstration of this kind be fore the year is the Money panic is Likely to be Short when it shall end the fact of the separate origin of the commercial depression will be More strongly for there will be peace for the manufacturer and no Strong reveal of Industry until the attack upon Protection shall have spent its Force laying More men the railroads working with reduced August 15 freight Crews that were employed the Southwest Railroad hauling Coke and working night and but seven Are now at work on two Days a yesterday the five men employed taking car numbers and looking after the car apply were Laid off the Telegraph orc of five men has been reduced o a a grand Sim of Ball was played at Dunbar August Between the Dunbar and Furnace the game was a tie t the end of the ninth and at the and of the thirteenth stood 23 to 21 in of Home runs were Knock d by Wortman and fire at new in House and tool shed of Tho Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad fire from a Park from l pacing inc motive thin real estate deeds entered for record and i when i Trio mass Lyons and wife to Herte Gand Andrew lot o ground in Springhill consider april Ada Chalfant it Al to John david1 one third interest in a certain tract f or ground in Jefferson consideration August i John Boyd it us to Robert four Lota of ground in one lot of ground in North Union town ship and one half interest in 116 acres of ground with the Coal consideration August Ely it Al to Stella lot of ground in North Union township consideration August Georee White and wife to Abraham Lotof Grondin Cornelta a Ril John Phillips it us Ahelen lot of ground in the Borough of nary Union cemetery to George on fourth of a lot of ground in South in Board of directors of Bridgeport school a Tarot to Partel of ground june Kobert Moore Eta to John one Hundred and nine acres of ground with Coal in menalled and Franklin town ships and 33 perches of ground in Frank in township and 135 perches of ground in Bedstone 15 acres of ground menalled on half acre ground in Franklin 121 acres and 17 perches of ground in menalled township 52 acres of ground in South Union town consideration August George Mcconn Iok and wife to Harriet parcel of ground in Luzerne town consideration August clopers serenade at How Portwo other August William a Stone and miss Bertha Ingles returned last evening As Man and having been married at thursday excitement was the Young couple on their return were greeted with sound of Bells and horns and else that would make a later the band came out and serenaded All the serenades were royally Frank Crossland and miss Dita Eleringer were married at recent the Groom is from Uniontown and the Bride a formerly of Greene has been making her Home owing to paternal objection they Bert Wood of this town and Mian Mary Bunting of Dunbar have been joined in hymns three two of them All in one week have Given enough to talk about the Finger boards put no in South Union township Are badly lettered and mis another pension Gibson Helms of Salt lick who served under Mcclelland and through the War until Lees is another vie Tim of Hoke Smiths pension his pension of per month for disability has suspended and he has been before the Board for it is the opinion of those who know him he honestly deserves a larger Helm s is a Republican and a Good an ugly living in Salt lick town ship near Sparks while chopping Wood accidentally Hli wrist struck the Blade of the severing the tendons to the renounced Jacob Miller of a victim of Hoke Smiths false announcer that is has voted the democratic for the last he he been a crat All Hii employees the of in a mined it Cora Iii them would a at a fam Nick i

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