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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - January 22, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                MA* , j. t j i j;...... EIGHTH YEAll-NO. 275. LOCK HAVEN, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1890. PBICE-TWO CENTS. EVENING EXPKESS KINSLOK ItltOTHKUS - CURRENT COMMENT. This winter has been prolific in bade, both on peach trees and id society. The race question becomes most interesting when the racers are neck aud neck. Jersey gets" a rfjuvenated Governor with a rejuvenated salary all in one day. Nellie Bly has no trunk with her; she and the grip are circumnavigating the globe. A M-EiiPHis, Tennessee, young man, has just been fined $75 for kissing a St. Louis girl. Considered as �n act of charity the sentence of the Cour ntl Shadows or the New Stjle of Winter. From the New York "World. It was one of those slumberous days in January when all nature seemed in time, and so Reginald and Beatrice strolled through the meadows aud over the hills to cull wild flowers. Violets, buttercups and harebells, they gathered them all. The livery stable man, who had laid in a choice Jot of fancy sleighs, cutters and high priced robes, bad committed suicide in the morning, and the hardwareman with the big assortment of skates and base-burner Btoves, was under the surveillance of his friends. The coal merchant was a living skeleton and the ice man bad been removed to the asylum a xaving maniac two days before. It was a perfect day! The sun shone out with a genial warmth, and the balm of summer was on the air. Birds eang on every tree, and the trout leaped in the shady pool. The air was heavy with the fragrance of buds and foliage, and far upon the hillside the rain crow hung out his weather bulletin for the next day. The bees danced on the clover WoomB, and the map)c trees, as red as blood, hung their curtain on the wood. Reginald and Beatrice bad strolled through the scented field and were returning home laden with beautiful flowers. "Hark! what is that?" screamed Beatrice, as the sharp report of a pistol rung out upon tho air. Reginald peered over the fence and saw the bleeding, prostrate form of a man with .a pistol still smoking Id his hand. "That," said Reginald, as ho drew the tfbrinkiDg girl away from the tragic scene, �"that is tho foolish young man who bought a fur-lined overcoat in the fall. On Duty Again. Hatt carriers Thomas Heed and Isaac Crotzer are on duty again having re-povered from an attack of influenza. BLOODY DEED OF RUFFIANS A Mystery That May be a Continuation of tho HatfieM-McOov Feud. HUSBAND DEAD AND WIPE DYING A Guyandotte County Constable Murdered in Dialled, anil Fatal AVoumls Indicted on HIf) Wifo-The Crime lU>"evcd ( "Cisco, Jan. 21.-The prospects are that the great snow blockade on tho Central Pacific will be cleared to-night or to-morrow to tho delight of the snow bound passengers. Clear weather is reported at all stations from ltocklin to Tracker, save at Colfax and Cisco, where the weather le still cloudy. A pussenger named A. S. Lin ford died of pneumonia, superinduced by la grippe, and was buried by the men ou suow ahoeft at Truckey, ycsierdny, it being impossible to break the ivad to the ceme tery. NAT UK At OAS ri:Kii.s. Two Ladles  Enveloped   in   Fiami's While Walking Along a Ki>ad. Pittsutjkg, -Tan. 21.-By an expbibion of natural.gas at Suwickly last night Mrs*. George Gibba was probably lainlly hnrued and bcr daughter seriously injured. The ladies were amryiiii; a lantern to 'iji'11 their way liutue, and the gas whi.-b was escaping from ;t break in tins linn ignited, and in an instant both were tnjvtduped iu flames. Mrs. Gibb-s* clothing was entirely burned off, and her right side and face were terribly burned. Chicago'^ Heavy Death Knic. Chicago, Jau. 21.-Tho death r.i;e of Chicago took another bound yesterday, when 31D mortuary certificates were piled upon Vital Statistician Tomlin's desk. This represented tho deaths, iu Chicago for twenty-four hours. The prevailing epidemic of influenza was doubtless responsible for at least twenty of these deaths. Terrible Weather at Sea. London, Jan. 21.-The steamer Duu-holm, which left Liverpool January 5th for Hew York, arrived to-day at Movillo. She encountered terrific gales, and had net Vidwb stove and sails split. The decks were swept clear by tremendous f^eas. The crew refused to proceed, and thy captain was compelled to put back. A Ueroe'x Death, St. Joiinh, N. J., Jan. 21.-John Farley and three children perished by lire lust night. Farley died in the /Iame� while making a third attempt to rescue his children from his burning house. His remains were found with bin head burned off and a child in his arms. Ail ihe V'MikH IR-imJ h'rom. Wasiii.Ngtox, Jan. 21.- All the national depositories have now responded to Secretary Windom's call for a partial ro dueUou of their holding*. The total amount of bonds purchased to date on this account is $7,2'J3,GQ0. WORK   OF   CONOKESS. Pennsylvania I'o�ttmasters Cnntirniod hy inn Senate- Hill* Introduced in P.oth llonse?. Washington, 3an, 21.-The Senate in secret session to tiny confirmed the follow inc nominations foi postmasters in Pennsylvania: James W. Harriett, Doylestown; John Stotte, AUentown; .1. K. Nowlaud, Thin-low; II. T. Worth. We*l Chester; J. A. Fiedler, Iieliefonte. George H. Fisher, of Delaware, to bu lirst Auditor of tho Treasury. Fibber's coraination bas been buiijj up in the Committee ou,Fiuauco for some time because of certaiu charges niiide against him, but the committee today unanimously decided that there wa:; no reason why be should not be eoulirmcd, and so reported to the Senate this afternoon, with iho result noted. Tin: amis rsED at r.ETiYsnuna Senator Quay introduced a bill providing that the Gettysburg Memorial Association shall be furnished with specimens of arms ard accouutreroents used hy tbc armies in the battle of Gettysburg, for exhibition and preservation at tho Gettysburg museum. Senator Cameron to-day introduced the bill prepared by Paymaster Cowie, of the uavy, to reorganize aud equalise the rank and pay of the persons of tho uavy. Mr. Keilly, of Pennsylvania, to-day introduced in the House a hill providing for a public building at Pottsvillo. in favoh ok tensions, A committee from the Grand Army of the Republic, consist'iug of Generals Merrill, of Massachusetts, Blue, of Kansas, Hurst, of Illinois, and Koutz, of Ohio, was before tho House Committee ou Invalid Pensions to-day in the interest of pension legislation. They advocated the enactment of the disability pension oil), which proposeti to pension those soldiers who are disabled, whether dependeufc on some other person for support or uot, mid also tbc passage of a service pension bill. VKIOHTFVL tiKAP FOR i.Il'.KKTV. UBmnr^nbU1 Y'scapp of ftMurrterer 1KMinert fur 'Jprm�� }. RocnKSTEU, Jan. !M.-A special from Corfu say?: This morning a prisoner who was bein^ taken from Minnesota t-� Xt>w York, r.ud from there to Germany wheic he is wanted for murder, jumped from a train about a mile west of here. The officer who had him in charge had removed his handcuffs, and was taking him to the diuing car for breakfast, wlieu ho made the jump. IJe is 22 years old and speaks nothing but German. The train was running at the rato of fifty miles an hour, but ho was scon to arise and start for the woods. IIo is still at largo. WiJIiamsport   lUtinocralir Nomination*. Wir.LrA.Mdi'uur, Jan. ~\.-The Democrats of this city met in convention to-day and organized by the election of Willis 11. Faber as president and h. 11. Cronkute and Dr. H. G, MeCorniick, as secretaries. The nominations made are as follows: Mnyf-r, James S. Foresman; city controller, ntaughron Groige; city treasurer, Michael K. Snarl/.: assessor-*, "William Leveigood, William Eves and William Tallman. Dan Kiley, ttm labor candidate, went into the convention developing considerable strength, but harmony was preserved by the w ithdrawa! of Code, Wlio^c delciuite.s wiMii i list t ueter! for ForMii.tli for second choice. The ticket, t'x-jrpt.iug the assessor.", is the same that was placed be fore ihe people tbivo ye,us a^o. Tho followii.g campaign committee- was chosen: John Cobiman, Zuloc Ulnian, L. C. Harinton, John C Hopkins, Willis II. Faher, WUPam Motter, Mhert II. Xast and George E. Grofl". The In(](icti/;i Microhu Discovort-tt. Vienna, Jsn, -1. - Professor WeieliBe!-banm, of the University of Vienna, has discovered the baiccillus of influenza. He duds Bome similarity to tho pneumonia baiccillus, but b sure that it is a distinctly different microbe. New' Jud^u  For Moulour County. llMUiism no, ,lan. 21.-W. K. Hollo-way, of Danville, has been appointed Associate Judge of Montour connty, by Gov-ernor Heaver, to fill thevacaucy caused by tho death of Robert S. Simonton. Will Servo u Supper. Tho members of the Woman's Ueliet Corps, this ciLy, will servi; a supper .*>onic u-ight during the first week of February. The proceeds will he devoted to t he Soldiers' Memorial Home at lirookvillt*. The lime ami place will bi^ j^iven later. SnllVrinu from < inn grime. J. M. Stover, of Mill Hall, Ih reporied to be MifTcring iroin gangrene, which resulted from injuries icceived to one of his toes some time ago. The injury was caused by a stone falling upon Mr. Stover's toe. Hi* condition is ^aid to be pr< canons Will   C.iilliiUl)   in ftdMnn.*. Mr. C. C. r'cl.ai-ttle, the p..pular �bug-i gist, intends Lo conLiuuo in the lirug itti.-i-l ue�s in Lock llaveu. l^is will change his J location, but has no idea of retiring from j buaiuess. TERSELY TOLD TALES. All the latest Local Events TJp to 2:30 P. M. Told iu a Concise Manner. LATEST NEWS  ABOUT  THE CTfY Depart niont l-:itcni�I'")cnl - ('"nncral of S. G CliirU-On J'nty A;;*iii-Curil nrTliHiikK- An .Appcnf Tal;cti-They Will Cr<' Oil - Hicliland Ceniel i-ry Jim'riiM'iitri-Stin'er-in(; I'roiu (Iiir^rene. The animal meeting of the Department Encampment of tins Grand Army of tho Republic will bu held at Shamokin, February 11 th. The delegates from John S. Bittner Post, aru G. W. V/ebb, G. C. Cuius, Alfred Coilie, V. H. V/alher and E. j. Israel. Theic is eome talk of an effort being mailt; to have the next annual meeting held in thi* city. The Grand Army men are somewhat timid about rncurriug the necessary expenses, but there \$ no doubt hut that if they decided to malio the effort to have the encAiuvment. held here next year they will meet with a hearty respou.se to any calls they may make on tho public for assistance. Let the veterans decide to have Lock Haven named as tho next [dace for the meeting, and they will find no difficulty in obtaining the necessary fut.ds. Am Appeal Taken. Tho papers iu the appeal to i [10 Supreme Court on behalf of Charles Cleaiy trom the judgment and sentence of tho Court of tho County of Clinton, were filed this morning, and the case will now go to tho Supreme Com I of the Easton District. Deputy Prothouotaiy j. A. Wonsel, visited Clciny in his eel! (or the purpose of tak'ng his affidavit, and found him lying upon his cot apparently very eomfurtahle. He intfuireii grullly of Mr. Weuse! what ho wanted, au-l *,viien informed what tho nature of bis visit was he sprang tu his feet and at unco became interested in the matter. The. case- will not bu likely to reach th.; Supreme Court at its next scsijini! 'I hi- I'.'ick Ituutl Coiuu ri C'n made with oil, and jvhiln it is u i|. eijual to snow and ice for slidu�, it will h, 0 to as a la-it remedy, 'i'nc lumi,,1-m-u are hopeful however that winter U;u now hegnn in earnest. ,\ HI  i i�l Muilt. The ladic* id the W. H ('. ;ne r.v-Ui�:>, what they call a meaioiui qndt whj.di is to bu j'iveii to Ihe Soldic:-*' home at foooic-ville. I'evsous w bo baw "p.tinhch" of the  l. A Pittrdmr�h diM^atch says: A well or-^aunv.'d project is on foot to huild the orealt-st bridge in tho world. It will span the Hudson liver at its nr,rrowt-st part, between Hohoken and Fourteenth mreet. The cost of the hi id.-e itself is estimated at Slfl,000,000, tho appioacbes Jit $7,000,-000 aud the riyht of way at from $11,000,-000 to $13,000,000. CoJi;;ress bas bven nskml by Kepieseuia-tiveMcAdoo. of ,)cr=ey City, to grant to the North Kiver lii id^c Company the right tu build tUu biid^i'. The matter �as referred to the Cuimniueo on Commerce. Leading Ameiican and European capitalists ht.ve been consulted aud the necessary money will bo miacd. Gustavo Eiuden-thai, an eminour engineer and bridge builder of this city, has prepared plans of tho structure. The material will be steel and steel wire. Ampin provision will he made against hurricanes. In speaking of the project Mr. Lindenthal said: "The bridge will have six tracks a'nt^ will be built strong enough for ten. We rjnd that less than six tracks will not- accommodate the buahiefis. One thousand trains anil sixty thousand passengers pass in and out of Jersey City every day. We want to build a bridge that will do all required of it, and wc do not intend to build a double track ramshackle affair which plainly bears the sign, 'This was put up to sell.' Any company can go into court aud compel us to give tliera rights of way such a.s they need and .such terminals as they need."' "What kind of a bridge do you wish to built!?'* "The plans have all bocu prepared. It w'01 be tbc largest bridge in the world. The English Channel bridge which is talked of will not compare with it, for its longe-'l. bp an will be 1,700 feet while one span will be S.SjO feet long. It is the length of the span which decides the size of a bridge aud not the. length of the biidge itJieif from an engineering standpoint. "Irt spite, of tim enorsuuus si/.c of our bridge," continued Mr. Lindenthal, "we ean eo:np: ],: wilii La Clripje. II. T. H.irvt-y, l-Ivq , is recovering from tin; it ihiri /.a i;iid will si.-tui be able to be /.round again. Uvpiity SlurilV Mabme was somewbat In Itfi� y;'.vfc!day afternoon and his speedy ii 
                            

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