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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YE AB-UO. 5. LOCK HAVEN, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 6. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS, EVENING EXPRESS KIXSLOE BROTHERS---PUBLISHERS CURRENT COMMENT. The system of suhool Savings 13.inks is rapidly wiuutug Ibo Uvor ^"high deserves. Out city sclioatep^Uould ktwy up with tbo times. The Virgiun Legislaturo ia circulating large cambers o( DiQlel's eulogy oa Jefferson D tvijj at jmbl o expanse; yec the same body caouot ratae money to paj its school teachers. The gradual growth of tin* popular demand in Canada (or a complete and open indopendjuce from Qreat Britain is one of tbe most interesting and instructive political spectacles of tbe present day. Whatever may be said of tbe ingratitude of Republics in geueral, this country certainly cannot bo aecussd of ingratitude to its old soldiers. It is estimated that $115,000,000 win be required to pay pensions this year-an increase of $35,000,000 in one year. A Nbw Yoxk man who was arrested charged With insanity, because be fought With an extortionate Ciibmao, has been declared sane. It does seem preposterous to fight with a New York cabman, aa tbe variety is scarcely less rapid than the Niagara Falls crowd. a wmm jurat A Great Bay for ike Convention of the Olnbs at Nashville. 0L09ING W0BK OF THE CONVENTION Tub State of Mississippi has a law competing railroads to provide separate cars for colored persons, and upon an appeal from an inter-State-road, which desired to avoid this umeoessary expense, tbe Federal Supreme Court rules that tbe State has jurisdiction over all line* operating within its territory. Speaker Reed's argument in the current number of tbe North American Review in behalf of the position be holds in respect to tbe power of tbe Speaker to count a quorum when a quorum is present is one that cannot be controverted either on constitutional or on common sense grounds. The people of Galena, General Grant's old home, are indignant over the selfish, unpatriotic action of New York in the matter of erecting the Grant znonnment. There is talk there of inaugurating a gen-eral agitation of tbe question of having the General's remains removed from New York to some place where a suitable monument would be erected. What Thej Tfcink of Us. phlllpsburg Journal. We congratulate �,ne Look Haven Express on having reached its eighth anniversary auu that its proapecta are brighter than ever. Tbe rapid strides Lock Haven has made during the past few years is due largely to the lively interest taken in eveything that pertains to the town's welfare by its spirited daily newspapers. We heartily congratulate Bros. K'iiisioe and bespeak for them a prosperous future which they justly deserve. Lock Haven Democrat. We believe we have unintentionally omitted to mention tbe fact tha'. on Saturday tbo Evemnc* Express, of this city, published by the Messrs. Kin sloe, entered upon the ninth year of its existence. Tbe Exi'ress has deserved, the success it has achieved, and has The Democrat's hearty congratulations and best wishes for its future prosperity, Allentown Critic. The little city of Look Haven, in Clinton county, this 5tate> is the fortunate possessor of one of tbe best inland evening dailies in the Commonwealth-Tbe Kve2J-ij?g Express. It bas just completed tbe eighth year of its publication and starts out ou another twelve-month with most enviable prospects, a proof tbat brains, pluck and euterpme w ill invariably command success. Tbe Peddling Noluuice. Peddling, selling from door to door things that people do not waut and would not buy if they were not pressed to do so by the imoonunities of agents who Got only exaggerate tbe necessity for tbe article offered but often plead their poverty or other personal reason why the housekeeper should buy, is an imposition upon the public and a downright nuisance that ought to be abated. Tbe purchaser is nearly always beaten. It is almost certain that tie article will not bo as represented, or, if it is, tbat it can be procured at any store in the city for do more money. And there is another reason why peddling should be abated: The merchants who pay tbe taxeB and support in no small degree tbe prosperity of tbe community are entitled to tbe custom of their fellow towns-men. Their mutual prosperity depends Qpw& tbe� sniiVaa. traue. The Ivland Bridge*. The contractors for doing the stone work 0$ Ibe Island briugea are preparing to be-gia their work which is to be pushed to completion as rapidly aa possible. It is thought that the bridges will be completed and ready for crossing with teams by tbe middle of the summer. The Blembeis Attend a, Kec*xttt aath Occurs at X>ondoB Testarday- Story of Bis Illness. Losdon, March 5.-Master Abraham Lincoln, (on *f Mr. Robert T. Lincoln, United States minister, who has been suffering for a long time from blood poison, arising from a malignant carbuncle in the left side below the arm pit, died at seven minutes after 11 o'clock this morning. Daring the morning the lad waa in a comatose condition. He was unable to retain any nourishment, and the doctors stated definitely that his death was merely a question of a few hours. He suffered no pain. Mr. Lincoln and his family were at the bedside of tbe dying boy from early in'.tbe morning until he died. He passed away quietly. Tbe origin of young Lincoln's illness was a carbuncle whioh appeared on his left side on November 6, at Versailles, where be bad gone to study French. It developed witb astonishing rapidity and bis oondition became suddenly so alarming tbat his parents were telegraphed for. The carbuncle was lanced and poulticed, but on November 18th an inflammatory and febrile oondition set in. On November 20th tbe knife was resorted to and a supposed gangrene growth near the seat of the carbuncle waa removed. The wound refused to heal, and the patient began to lose flesh. On January 17th the patient, having grown steadily worse in the meantime, was removed to London, where be was placed in charge of three eminent surgeons. Tbe trouble, despite their efforts, extended Inward, and on February 20th it was found necessary to tap his chest to prevent death from suffocation. Tbe operation was successful in so far that it gave temporary relief, but on February 27th the operation bad to be repeated, when a permanent drain tube was inserted. THK tVASQtUCAL COXFEBgNCE. Proceedings of tbo Saselon  Yestarday at Shamokbt. ShaHOKik, Marsh 5__At this morning's session of the Evangelical Conference the presidiPg elder* submitted to Bishop Esber, the name* for tbe committee of thirteen on resolutions. The Bishop refuged to make tbe appointments suggested and the conference tben took the matter out of bis bands and adopted resolutions making tbe selection of the committee as presented by the presiding elders. Turner street church, Allentown, waa selected as the place for holding tbe next conference on tbe last Thursday of February, 1891. Tbe report of S. 8. Chubb, treasurer of the conference, was read and adopted. The Burning Pit. WilKKsbabbe, March 5.-It waa decided to aend another rescuing party into the burning tunnel at South Wilkeabarte early tbls morning. After several boon of searching for the eight missing miner* tbe party returned to the surface at 11 o'olock, and reported that they can find notraoe of the men. The officials say that all hope of finding them now la abandoned. Tbe work of flooding the tunnel still goes on slowly, but huge volume* of smoke rolling out of tbe air shaft shows that the fire is still burning. No Dlvl.ion Encampment This Year, The Lancaster Mtcs says: "Adjutant General Hastings said at brigade headquarters on Saturday there would be no division encampment of tbe Pennsylvania National Guard this year on account of a scarcity of fnnds for tbat purpose,'' The Way to Matrimony as Explained by Experienced Benedicts. From the Chicago Tribune. "Every girl makes np ber mind at some time in her life that she will never soospt any man wbo does not propose graoefully," said a man who was sipping claret with several others tbe other day. "He haa got to be folly togged out in a dress suit, and has got to kneel according to the Delsarte system. That is their idea at first, bnt I'll bet then isn't one girl in a hundred whoever gets ber proposal tbat way-at least from the one aba accepts-- and I'll leave it to tbe present oompany to . decide l( each one will give the elrenm-stances of hi* proposal." "We're in," said a gray haired Bane- . diot, "Begin witb your own. "All right. I took my wife that we* to be, and ia now, oat eleigh riding. We were talking about sentimental things and neglected to notice that we ran on to a stretch of road whioh the wind bad cleared of snow. We never notiosd it until the boras �topped utterly exhausted. There was nothing to do bat to get oat and lead tbe horse back, beoouse he couldn't drag us. I proposed on the way back, while I was trudging along a country road with my left hand on a horse's bridle and the other -well, never mind that. She accepted me, but she always aaid it waa a mistake. I refused to let her off,. though, or to propose again in a dress suit. "My proposal," aaid tbe gray haired old man, "was made also doling a sleigh ride. My wife and myself were in the back seat in a four seat sleigh, and in going over a bump of some kind the seat, witb oa in it was thrown off. We landed in a nice, comfortable snow drift, and the sleigh went on for a mile before we were missed. When it oame back for as, however, we were engaged. We weren't in a dignified position, but we were fairly comfortable and we had the seat still with as. Bines then my wife ha* frequently stated that she had intended never to accept a man unless be proposed in true novel form, but she did." "I'll give yon a summer story," said a young man bat recently married. "I did my courting in s place full of romance, but tbe proposal never earns at a romantio time; Is fast, I don't think a man ia responsible tor the time be propose*. It just comes, and that 1* all there la of it, I had had tbe most favorable occasion* in romantio nooks. Finally I bad a two mils row in the hot sun. I apologized and took off my coat; then I apologized again and took off my vest. It wasn't romantic, but it oame on me and I said it. Tbe boat drifted half a mile, and I wouldn't have cared if it had drifted ten mile*. We wen engaged. And I looked like a tramp at tbe time." "And I'll tell you that sentimentality doesn't go," said a lawyer. . "I know, because I've tiTed it I proposed to my wife first at� summer resort, when tbe moon was fall and "I was sober. Then was everything to inspire sentiment Bnt she refused me. I let it go. A little later I met her again in the parlor of the hotel and suggested marriage again. She accepted me then. There was nothing to Inspire sentiment in the last meeting, and therefore I say sentiment doesn't go.,' It waa ths sentiment of tbe meeting that no girl is proposed to in tbe way aha expeota. Winter Weather. The man who predicted then would be plenty of snow In the month of March is happy today. Tbs snow storm that began last night about 8 o'olook, continued all nigbt and this morning the sronnd was covered with snow nearly a foot deep. The temperature seemed to be just right for a snow storm, and the snow is light and feathery. Snow shovels wen In demand tbls morning and the rubber boota which were laid aside after the flood last June, were brought out again to-day for the first time this winter. Everybody is pleased at the prospect of the lumbermen getting In their stock, and the probability is tbat work at tbe timber and log job* will not cease day or night while the anow last*. Hera in tbe oity tbe sleigh* wen brought out early in tbe day and tbe bells are jingling merrily. Cold weather and northwesterly wind* are predicted for tomorrow, and tbe sleighing is likely to last for several days at least. A telephone message from Clearfield states tbat the snow tbere is about a foot deep. Muney Vall.y farmer'. Clan. At the annual meeting of the Munoy Valley Farmer's Club held in Hngbeavilie, the following officer* wen elected for the ensuing year: President, James R. Boak, Hoghesville, Pa.; Seoietary, A. C. Henry, Hngbeavilie, Pa.; Treasurer, C. B< Tan-dine, HughesviUe, Pa. The nineteenth annual exhibition of the society will be held on the fair grounds at Hngbeavilie, October 8ih, Otb, 10th and 11th, 1890. Killed by a train. Fcauk Smith, who fortnerely lived at Renovo, waa found dead near Stalling yesterday  morning. How he met his - death is unknow, bat it is thought be wss ' struck by a passing train and killed.   

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