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Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1893, Uniontown, Pennsylvania Mike vow wants ten Mph news i get what you the evening the news the live merchants j v volume 1number August single copies two in blood spilled saturday ail exciting my at tie sporting events end in a Row boxing cloves and whisky a bad Sullivan badly done up Lehamn wins the foot race easily local sports strictly in saturday was a great Day for local in fact it was one of those Days when the Fakir ruled the Roost and Pell Edthe rest of the barnyard to pay in the shape of big round halves and Jim Mccaffrey of a brother of the celebrated Domienik was master of big flaming Bills had been posted announcing that Peter the Champion and Billie the Champion lightweight would be present and participate in the at 3 Oclock saturday about 300 Mem Bers of the sporting fraternity occupied scats in the grand stand at Mountain View a 16 foot ring had been made and at Jim Mccaffrey mounted a moved his arms wildly and proceeded to Mike a he stated that Priddy and Cochran had disappointed him and on exhibition by local Talent would be and if any were displeased with the performances they could go and get their Money the crowd cheered Mccaffrey announced that Sulli Van of Lemont and Mike Morricy of Uniontown would open the Sullivan he had on Light Trou White shirt and Morrisey had on a red shirt and dark the men went at each other cautiously and with his left Sullivan dodged Aud Morriscey a right uppercut which completely floored his of for three rounds Morriscey made a chopping Block out of the latter got mad and threw upon leaving the ring who was Given the stated that he was sorry that Sullivan got the next contest was Between a couple of coloured sports and was o very tame George Green of this City Aud John Gall Gocr of Lemont next went into the ring and gave a Good prank Adkins and George Reynolds boxed three rounds and were followed by prank mar tin and a coloured Martin won this wound up the boxing contest fid in the meantime sullivans jag had grown and he wanted while the course for the race Between Balsinger and leh Man won being Laid out Sullivan went about striking everybody that z Amin his he was knocked Down repeatedly Una finally approached Mccaffrey who is one of pugilist in the sul Javan struck Mccaffrey a number of times until it grew whereupon the pugilist reached out and swiped Sullivan on the the latter dropped like a jog and remained unconscious for 15 min a general fight took place and or ids was the next event was the foot race be tween John Balsinger of Uniontown and William Lehman of it was Ivon by Lehman by three Yards in 11 Sec there was some Money involved in the race which caused some hot words be tween several local and were freq enl the null Park was in an uproar and Sev eral usually mild mannered men struck pugilistic blood flowed freely and the general revelry was kept no until the shades of evening this when several of the participants hobbled about on they were heard to exclaim what a d Good time we did Havel a child badly five year old Edna Hoover injured in a Eph Hoover drove his wife and Farnill to Springfield yesterday and on the Way Home to Connellsville met with a serious when hearing the Sherbondy Pollard Reading its author gives an Inteso stink talk to teachers author of the new method of teaching arrived in town this and at once repaired to the pub Lic school building whore a fair sized Audi ence of teachers and friends of schools greeted Pollard was introduced by Lackey who wished the teachers to make themselves at the teach ers looked a Little Pale when Pollard opened a Roll of she began by giving an interesting outlining her method of teaching to a begin the system is a slow coach but even pc rally it becomes the electric the words must be classified into families and not As a single the sound of the words should be the principal object of teaching in first and second by teaching sounds you will Lead the pupils through the speller to the Reader which will be easily the beginning of language is Correct the first lesson should consist of objects by Means of stencils and the first object i hound be a picture of a ladder which is used As a musical for the vowels and the child should learn the sound of the place them on the ladder and sing them in concert As a class in music would sing the by teach ing the sounds of the foreign Cle ment will grasp our language sooner than the letters Are first used in Small types and placed opposite the corresponding letter in capitals on a the Small letters Are called the boy letters and the capitals the Man the printed letters should be Given before the written the most important thing for teachers to learn Are the the Small letters d and the most puzzling of them All and should in taught in connection with a Little ditty and so teaching will never be variety is the spice of life and the Success Ful teacher will not let his work be Couie the teaching of the letter j is very g is a letter thit talks in two ways which determined by its the next period was used in asking ques the Alliance big gathering of populist hosts at Imus m 1n american non or under the management of the ratio nil Farmers Alliance and Industrial opened Here yesterday and will continue until a Large number of Al Liance leaders have and others Are expected from every state in the Union during the John Dan of is president of the and the subordinate officers Are filled by members of the Alliance from the various the programme for the week includes speeches by the Foremost populists of the the Donnelly of governor White of Mcglynn of new York and Mary Lase of Knus is rofl Many other will address the Farmers during the United states senator Toffer con Gressman Jerry Simpson have notified the managers that they will speak Here if they can set from the exhibition of agricultural simple men tit and farm products is an important feature o the Encampment and includes a Large comprising exhibits from Florida to the Alliance in the Western states have entered exhibits and Are competing for the largest gathering of Farmers Ever assembled in the East is looked for daring the Kep Blicas records a Farmers picnic Dunbar agriculturists make a display of farm products with speeches and a big enables them to pass a delightful Day an interest Luk program arranged for the next August Farmers club met at the residence of Bryson on the president called the club to prayer was offered by selections were read by Swearingen Aud vocal and rendered with miss Kate junk it the or the violin and the Bones rang in their Harmony and All went merry As a marriage John Wilkey read an essay upon Taxa Tion and was followed by Moor head of Greensburg with an full of profitable Points to the Farmer and not useless for Many upon conclusion of this address dinner was this was free and ample for the vast audience which was computed to be from 500 to specimens of Rye and Oats were exp in upon a table were specimens of carrots of were shown the Empire Crown Chicago Market and Freeman varieties pumpkins grown in 1892 in Good state of preservation eggplants and other vege one of the amusing features was a duet by Swearingen and miss Eva Man and seamen was the orator of the Day and Well and satisfactorily did he fill his other speakers of note were present and the Day was pleasant the audience Large All were Happy and the picnic was a Royal the next meeting of the club will be at the residence of september when the subject Public schools will be considered by Bry John George Humbert and teachers and friends of education Are earnestly school interests in All their phases will be Dumuk Maulk political tale taken from the Indianapolis committee there is excite ment and indignation it the rooms of Republican City committee in the when Block on Pennsylvania a Thiel broke into the pried open the desk of Secretary Joyce and stole the poll books of the nine precincts of the sixth the committees the private the committees re Cord Book Aud some summaries of re sult of the polls in the everything of polities value in the desk of the Secre to Luidvig Rathod into Conn try by War of vew superintendent of i my ignition stump and the commissioner of immigration for the port of will go to Canada this Tley will try to make its to refill late the immigration into this country by Way of far several years there have been Many complaints about inc undesirable foreign ers who have come across the Canadian heretofore the inspecting of immigrants coming Here by Way o Canada has been so cursory that it was possible fur criminals and paupers to pane some steamship companies have even advertised in Europe that they would Send immigrants into any part of the United states from Quebec and have held out As a special inducement that there would be no danger of detention by the United stalls 51 stump and Senner trill try to induce the officials of the Canadian rail ways to Send immigrants Over certain routes and to determine upon Points of entry into the United states at which immigrants shall be closely in this Way stump and Senner expect to systemized the inspection of immigrants coming Over the Canadian Bor Der and to protect the country from the importation of paupers and Down at tary s the pol books of the other precincts would Likely have been found and carried a War bad not the thief own discovered by the janitor of the Block and frightened Secretary Joyce believes that the thick is ii Man who has been lounging around the committee rooms for several Days Anil whom be has regarded As a suspicious no Clew to the thief 01 documents has yet been a sctt Pacific the new company Xcvi Feuu that propose to Lay a Cable Between Oon two Miles from his horse ten Lialani Cal Wornia win a Matwy win sol took fright and became unmanageable the German government for the Means and ran tons of the line Between the Fiji and the occupants of the Spring j Samoun islands and the samoan islands Hoover and her two were thrown out and a Fivey Earold received serious one an1 the postoflict1 officials Bert Are of the opinion that nothing stands in the Way of an Between the two the Uig Kansas strike miners strike in the coalfields of Southern Kansas is the striking miners of the Santa be Coli pan have agreed to Man Ager Devlins propositions of 50 cents a ton for mine run Coal and premiums at 5 cents per 100 Pon mls when there is mow than 50 per cent Lump in the ton As it conies from the daughter received so nuts Vuu of her hips and one Arm were broken and j to Complete the line to Cali Che was painfully Cut and bruised about j forum ithe head and Hoover and her j infant miraculously escaped without in the injured child was taken to a neigh Bors and medical Aid was her condition is so critical that the Doc tors would not allow her to be a dangerous operation was successfully performed yesterday by assisted by Smith of Dunbar and his Stu Simon on Joseph Myers Koft at his Home on Lenox the operation consisted of removing it Malig Nant cancer of the upper Jawbone which necessitated the removal of a Large part of the jaw and the gland of the neck which surround the jugular vein and carotid a Myers off is resting Coal still piling business with a number of cases before his Honor this business has improved somewhat in Burgess heeds Newton Huggan was arrested for fighting but was Dis he proved that he was fighting in self William Chapman was fined but didst and he is doing 43 hours in the Robert Richter will get a hearing at 7 Oclock this evening on a charge of being in the mean time Burgess Reed nolds of his hard Cash As a guarantee of Good Michael Hill and Thomas Franklin Are free Borough boarders for 24 hours and they Ber up on Short Henry Means is up again for disorderly conduct and be properly cooled off by the time he serves his 36 information about u All that could to Mann Ger Ayr 1 manager of the new Kugland loan and in vestment capitalist Aud the deposed president of the state Republic an is warrants for his arrest been issued in Oregon and Idaho he is snit o have hypothecated of the Lonn company Corn crop a the Farmers of this Vicinity state that the Corn crop will to almost a total j it is estimated that the Corn crop this the ears arc not on third full and a greater part of the Corn is drying notacandidate7 Hook of Waynesburg now rises to deny that he is an Independent Candi Date for the various pools of the Monongahela county we not average 10 bushels to the River Are now holding about bushels of the storage includes the whole distance from the upper pools Down to the should n Rise come now the would be unable to move the vast amount to the More alleged offenders held for september Commonwealth John assault and information before Justice defendant gave bail for George Graham going on his Commonwealth Alexander larceny by Gunsky information before Justice defendant gave f300 bail for Goodman going on his Commonwealth William and Lewis malicious Charles Turner information before Justice defendants Wil Liam tissue held in bail for appearance of Lewis tissue fit septem Ber court will not Ingles of father of the girl who has his prop erty for it is said he declares he will never forgive his the Young couple Are now with stones just arrived at the ice factory a car con Taining a fresh Supply or fancy Palmero Lemons and fancy Hodi these goods will be sold right front Baltimore Price now is the time to buy As i these goods Are 2h work on the Baptist Church begun notes and August Minerd will address the Junior band of Christianen and the Busy bees in the Church tomorrow James formerly night fore Man at Anchor is now engaged at Dravo and will move his family there in the near Gaddys is on the sick and Clyde Kimball have gone on visit to Moss Lizzie Cochran of Pittsburg is spending a few Days with Dunbar the burglars have been taking a few nights a hungarian with a name of difficult pronunciation had the misfortune of Leav ing one foot on the track of the electric he now pays Atten Tion to a crushed miss Ella formerly of this but now of is visiting her friends in Lambert left Here yesterday for the worlds fair and other scenes in the Jacob a Uniontown Visi Ted Auslander saturday to negotiate a Compromise in the Case of Isaac Kraus this is a Case of As Sault and Case not Lewis Phillips assisted Seaman of White Rock Thomas Madden and wife of Pittsburg Are visiting maddens and William George Swearingen and Daugh Ter miss May will return from Markleton John Mcdewitt has returned from his pilgrimage through Westmoreland county and May now be found at the store of principal of the Dunbar thorough has returned from the state Normal school at the Long drawn out Monotony has ended and carpenters Are now at work at the new Baptist Corner of first and Dunbar Freddie the Little boy whose leg was bruised but slightly with such dire re is thought to be slightly William tedrow has been suffering with a slight attack of typhoid the Baptist congregation of this town is making preparations for the meeting of association at there was no preaching in the meth Odist protestant Church sunday on account of the pastors the oldest inhabitant has no knowledge of such continued dry weather As the pres ent in this Squi e Cottoms hand troubled him very much yesterday from the effects of Teing shot by James Watt on the train last und Bert Woods returned from their bridal tour to Rodkey has been added to the sick Hershberger of pleasant is visiting his Al brother of Squire Dun is visiting in Joseph Reiner of Morgantown is spend ing a few Days with his brother Thomas of this George of Braddock lost his seven months old daughter Rosa on sunday from cholera Asa Lambert started this morning to take in the columbian William Devan who was mentioned As suffering with an attack of typhoid is merely lingering Between life and death with Only slight Hopes of recovery sister of is visiting Dunbar Charles Gaddis started for Vir Ginia this morning to catch the largest fish of the particulars in the near miss Anna Bunting spent the Day in Millwood miss Ella and miss huddle Bunting visited Joseph Ferguson family in new Haven waiting on Uncle Hawaii will make no move until action is of his mis Sion to he unit said i cannot in Ami shout my report for it is n matter that is to be held in strict secrecy by but i Kin wilting to any questions of a general business matters Are somewhat string rent on the Bat growing easier Ull the and the Sale of government Short time will table government to re the Harbor and make other if Cert Iii matters go through that arc now in there will be n Linom in he islamae which will enliven All branches of one f oat n re of Lounts experience in Ilono Hilu with which he expresses the utmost was the ilk Icicy with which everybody approached the subject of his Mission perhaps it was the intense interest they Felt in the matter that kept them from asking but it is a fact that no one trom the Esqueen Down to the humblest verson whom 1 talked with annoyed me with queries As to what i thought or what 1 was going to recon in regard to his Blount said that was i accepted the commission Pership with the express under standing that 1 could not permanently re main at the when my appoint Lutfi it As minister i could do nothing else Forward my resignation at i no hurrying Home now i cause my Pri vate demand my Blount also said that ii had no Hesi Tamy in his Post it Honolulu for the reason that Hawaii is a Ranceful just now All parties Turro Are Waitkun to see what the United states will Rind until they know that they will make no Muu at licensed to Benjamin Elizabeth Uniontown Ella t lie wounded Jirak Einari finally charge of murder by the probable result of the inquest to be held this families stricken with deepest grief Over the terrible the Post William who was shot by James Watt last tuesday died at his Home on Iowa Street this to Ruig at 3 the while conscious of their patients hoped for recovery and it was not until sunday evening that they reached the conclusion that recovery was Hartman himself sized that the end was drawing near and was conscious until the during the Long hours of the night the family watched Over his bedside and the physicians were with him almost con this morning Deputy Coroner John Stevens eni panelled a jury consisting of the following persons Ellis John Jacob Harry George Marshall and Avonda the jurors viewed the remains and and a postmortem examination was held this morning by Coroner assisted and Par shall and the examination lasted about two the Ball was found in the upper part of the leg imbedded in the it had struck the Bone after passing through the a great Deal of inflammation was which of itself would have caused the coroners jury adjourned until j this evening when testimony will be taken i at Coroner buttons the persons who saw the shooting have been summoned and will give their after the verdict of the jury a charge of murder will be entered against undertaker Harry Johnson has pre pared hartmans body for j when Young Watt arose this morning at the jail he walked Over to where the turn f key was sitting and inquired about Harc i mans when informed that he j was dead the prisoner didst say a but walked Back again to his cell and s broke Down Watt spends the most of his time Reading his the report that he attempted to take his life proved while the unfortunate occurrence is preying upon his he Lias manifested no suicidal Thomas the father of the is almost distracted with j the affair is indeed a terrible two j families stricken with a Young Man j with a life full of Promise another in prison awaiting the judgment of the Law on a charge of the argonauts Uniontown people enjoying them selves on the according to a correspondent of the Pittsburg who is making a boat ing trip on the Monongahela Large number of camping parties Are enjoying life along that of what he saw above Morgantown he writes some six Miles up we came to a Camp composed of a family named Fisher from there were nine in the an elderly three four sons and a coloured the Camp was named the Argonaut and the very first question asked of us when it was Learned that we were from was do the Pittsburgh stand and As we vouchsafed the information that they were in second place there were expressions of satisfaction from the male Mem Bers of the even the ladies were interested in the for Over Sis weeks the party has been camping out and they intend remaining three or four weeks an air of enjoy ment Camp and we were made especially 1 nothing seemed too Good for and Thev j told is stories of the fun they had with great the fishing had been Good and they had captured a number of squirrels and ground having one of the latter alive and with a Collar and Chain another pension a Connellsville Man the latest Vic Tim of Hoke August grif a member of company u2d Pennsylvania who enlisted at the outbreak of the War and served until the surrender of received word sat urday from Hoke Smiths office that his pension Hail pending an examination by the medical Clark is at pres ent employed As mail Carrier Between the Railroad and Post office and is unable to do heavy work of any he is a Republican and a Good out1 Nan is for new Gover nor a Bevin senator Murphy at Long Branch on his return it sail that he Hart succeeded in the purport of his he was asked it judge May Nard would be renominated this i am for he burglars at attempted robberies almost night Lythe Pentecost August attempted robberies Are of almost daily or nightly in All houses where burglars have gained admittance nothing is taken excepting Money and and articles of clothing and eatables Are so far but Little has been stolen from any houses where an Entrance has been effected and it appears As though the robbery Are More successful in frightening the in mates than in obtaining people arc on their guard and prepared to repel an invasion any it is thought that the thefts Are committed by some one Well acquainted in this the work on the new Pentecost Church is progressing the building is completed with the exception of the which Are All ready to put a band of Pentecost were cleaning up the building saturday and when through their work they turned the Assembly into a prayer meeting and Praise they Hope to have the Church ready for Dedica Tion by september it is being built entirely by the members of the Church and is situated in the West end of town on Morgantown a coloured revival is being held in a Frame building Bear Welsh town with the object of establishing a coloured Spotsey is conducting the the attendance is Good it is believed the work will be Wells of Green Wood of misses Edith de Forest and May and miss Hempstead of this town spent five hours in Delaney Cave thes1xth score of saturdays game 12 to 2 in Union towns Champion Uniontown after winning three games from the Home returned to Uniontown saturday evening the people in this end have turned Over the and in fact the whole to the visiting club and Are satisfied that the Uniontown club knows several Points about the game that have not yet developed this far after the game manager Hobert re leased the entire Cumberland team with the exception of three following is the so e of saturdays game Buti Ennon Wilhelm Alluan harm u Wil Liloni by xvii r h 0 a e 1 300 i i i 5 i 2 2 14 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 i 0 0 1 0 Union town Cumberland Kelly Sullivan Manl Itti Isy r 0 0 1 1 0 h 0 0 0 032 j 5 1 i 10 2 w 0 2 0 2 00 3 f 0 0 0 0 1 3 01 01 baseball at Sadie is Sann j the Lurl who in threw two children from a High Bridge at this killing one of and who in acquitted on the ground of ins been discharged from the insane Asylum As Robert Orsett this morning Robert Hoggott was taken suddenly ill while on a visit to Brad j for a time his life was but he is now improved and in no wanted by Brown Ami were Inch offered Pur week Index lenses to Ball with Tho Cumberland 1 they refused the the old Frame boys shut out by a score of on saturday afternoon the old Frame baseball club visited Fairchance to take manager Dawson Colts into but the tables were neatly turned and the visitors were shut out to the tune of 3 to it was a hotly contested game and Only once during the whole game did the Visi tors reach 3d the Home club scored one in the second inning and two in the 7th the Battery work of both teams was with the poor support Given the visitors behind the Miller and Rogers did the work for neither Pitcher nor Catcher had an and Miller had 8 strike outs to his the Home team made four double three of them recorded to Daw son end Smith and one to Daw son and this is the second game Between the two clubs and both were secured by the Home the visitors were beaten on their own grounds by the score of 11 to Battery for old Anderson and Morrell works four Hundred Coke ovens and Many men Morrell works of the Cambria Iron company closed Down indefinitely saturday and will throw 350 men out of this is a Plant of 400 ovens and is the largest in this Vicinity and has never been with the exception of an occasional Day for Sev eral and it was always stated by working men Here that it would never close the Telegraph office on the r at Watt station near the branches connected with the great Uniondale and Morrell Coke works has been closed until the shipments of Coke arc Parade of the August much advertised Parade of the unemployed workmen at Dunbar saturday did not fulfil the expectations of the Only about 200 men of the unemployed turned and those who did so disbanded after marching a few the crowd met i at the Frame schoolhouse and pow i ers taking a hopeful View of the the Small procession then i marched through town i fancy cant Clou tomatoes and j egg Plant just arrived today at the ice fac i the old made the homely made j Bountiful when they get their photo taken at Hewitt photo a Connellsville banker Constable Wilson he goes to arrest an alleged wife beater who meats him with an uplifted axe the fellow held under Ball for court happenings along the a gnat de a Baker at Edwards bakery on 1 Pittsburg was severely burned by the explosion of natural Gas at the bakery tast he had lighted the Gas in the bake oven and by some Means it this was not noticed by Milci Atohi until he went to the oven to see if it we hot enough to seeing that the Gas was out he struck a match and put in the causing a terrific the flames rushed across the bake shop and came near setting fire to the Booth was standing in front of the oven door and was severely burned about the breast and the Gaa was promptly turned off at the which prevented any further the neighbors in the Vicinity of the bakery were frightened to some a the of the explosion could be heard Rane distance Booths injures Are not but very he a much better this the building committee of the new Catholic Church has let the contract for furnishing of perches of to be used in the foundation of the new to Frank Conners of Dunbar bid Rogers and members of the Keystone bicycle stopped for dinner at House these on their Way Home from where they had been on their they Rode Nice wheels and made a Fine Donlin was before Justice Echard this charged by Charles Higgins with surety of the Doulin was held to Pat Cook going on his Vance graft of Uniontown was a Sun Day Simmons made inf ration against her husband charging him with assault and threatening to kill she said that her husband came Home drunk saturday evening and after some tipple drove her and her children into the and threatened to kill her if she Justice Echard issued a warrant for his Constable charges Wilson went after him and found commons in the House armed with an when the offi cer knocked at the door Cim Mons said he would kill the first one who crossed the door the after consider Able induced him to open the the officer stepped in and caught him before he had time to raise his commons was put in the lockup and had a hearing this lorning and gave bail for Burgess Kurtz held no court this morn not one arrest was the picnic and dance Given by Fayette Lodge switch ens Mutual Aid on saturday afternoon and at Winifred Park broke no late saturday night in a free Orall Alex manager of the picnic went before Justice Echard and made several information of the principal charging disorderly will have a hearing this Paul infant son of John and Maggie died this funeral from their residence on Prospect Street Tomor Row at 2 of Cloche v de Marietta and Osheil will leave tonight for Chicago to visit the worlds by Wolf j an amusing contrive what a Philadelphia paper thinks of the judgeship says the Philadelphia press one of the most amusing controversies in the Side matters of state politics this year is that in Progress Between the dem crass of the Faye Tegreene judicial Dis the proper thing for the democrats of the whole District to do was to Accord judge Inghram a and if that had been done it is very probable the re publicans would have joined them in air ing judge Inghram an unopposed reeled but the democrats of Fayette have chosen to take the narrow and selfish and declare that it is time they had n they have had this idea they had it in 1ss3 when they nominated colonel and they had it in 18s7 when the late colonel Boyle was the can both these were Fayette demo but the people of the District so lit be desired a Fayette Democrat for judge that they Defeated both of them in fact neither of them had a majority in his own As Fayette has regularly had the nomination without being Able to get the judgeship Greene very pardonable thinks it ought to be permitted to make at least one and the result is both Are going to try it ready for track the Elwell run Branch of the Lake starting at ind extending to new Myers Coke live will completed ready for track by september about two Miles of track i now there Are five Crossings of Elwell two on Iron 90 and 150 feet one on an embankment which Acuma dam to make a Reservoir for Furni thing main line with Anil two 3d foot Eric ugh four track from West Newton to within the Lith

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