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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                nik*!! year-nx). 47. lock haven, pa., thursday. april. 24. 1890* pricetTWo; evening express uxura CURRENT COMMENT. Oaituao ean braiUM. freely, now that the World'* Fair Ml has been passed In tin snaps she wished. Tn Pan Alnerlean Congress' panned oat well. It tfnll America for all America hereafter, and pease perpetoal. Down la Baltimore they here jut fiord a aaao who kilted another 1100 with coats. The B*ltlmoteaa ideal of joitiae appear to be nalqna. Tax Prohibitionists may be interested in the etatement that 786 violstions of the liquor law were prosecuted in Maine laat year. Maine If) the greatest Prohibition j Btatofatba.UsioB.  .j ; .   , .� Tax organisation of a great school book tract will bring about asriooa discussion of the aaBritaoI the plan already proposed in several State* of a Stat* ecbool book aerie*, to be ptblished. at, pnbllo expense and fnrnlabed free. Tauugb comes forward with a denial of the story that be will leave Brooklyn for the Weak -Wtth both Talmage and Halattad the City of Churches ought ben-alter to ha an unusually lively and inter-estlng town. Tan race question is considered settled in Georgia when a Northern gentleman who ahlalded a eolorad boy from asaaalt is set npoa sod beaten, and the whip need in the affair Udeocratad and hung up in the town square to be admired by the aUlsens. It �f auoetneed that President Harrison � going to eall a bait on the pubiio building appropriation bill*. It wan about time to do something of this kind. Every wsy-bask .Ceapreisman created-: to itehior a grab at the Tiesaniy to pot np a Federal building. br a recent report to the Reading Sooodl Board, Superintendent B. A. Bear elated that one-fourth of all' the pnpila in the publle aohoolsof that eity are afflicted with neer-sightodnass. This I* the direct ta-ault of the defective light In achool room*. Hare ia something that merit* the attention ot achool directors everywhere. TaiASrsKK HtreToa baa won the fight he has been making before the Bonn Commutes on Appropriations for better protection against bnrglarly at the Treasury Departawat. The Committee 'has oonolnded to appropriate #833,500 for the purpose of pissing steel linings in the gold and silTtr vaults and giving, them new doors with time looks and other improve* Cha Kataot Male. It is bo longer good macnors for a gentleman to raise hie hat when he meet* a lady on the street. A ooarteou* wave of the hand, not unlike a military salute, has been substituted for the old custom Id London, Paria and Vienna. It is acta fad hot a conviction that uncovering the bead la the open air caused a Dumber of eases of inflnaxia. To see a man go along the street and with one epaamotis grab yank his hat off aad being it down over his boa so he can aaa the inside of the crown ia amaatng. The idea that a gentleman always tips his hat to a lady ia nonsense. In future keep yonr hat on if yon want to be in style. ;Kake a semi-military salute fast touching ths brim of yonr hat. Cemlac This Way. A large band of Gypsies were encamped yesterday In Pine Creek township. The caveran is beadedjthl* way and will likely be encamped near this city to-night. Mr. JC. Winchester, of Wayne, Is visit-tag hi* *M.Barry at Snnbory.    . Charles Qaiggle, a prominent railroad oSeislfrom Witliaasnport, to ia this oity today. .- �        ~ Frank B. Dunkle, whohss many friends in tbJedty, is now proprietor of too Globe Hoase, Jersey Snore. : Dr.GiC. Ilurnloy,homeopatblo physiolaa, arrived bar* this morning, and may be found at his offloe three doom west of this v Mrs. Maria Nichols*, of Dunnsburg, is seriously ill with bat little hope of naov-ery. Her Illness began soon after tbe flood laat Jane. O. A. Harvaylattthla morning for abolish trip to Keating, but took with bin hk> fishing outfit and win likely bring : hoeae noma fine trout. , County Chairman A. J, Mai one returned thia moralng Cross Philadelphia, where be aitaaded the meeting yesterday of the Ke-pobUsaa State Cossasittee. . Dr. L. M. HoHoway ha* removed to Akron, Ohio, from Salons, Clinton county, what*: be sMoessfnlly prsetleed his profeesioe since 1873. The Doctor waa one of the originator* of ths Clinton County Madias! Society sad served as treasurer for ssveral years. His many friend* h*re mist a** sMS^Kile, bat wish him muoh � � nme| to.btf*igr |ftM of Tatar. THE SILVIB BILL SETTLED. The Committee Agree Upon, a Basis in Harmony with the Senate Canons. TELLE! TEE OBIT 0IE TO SIBSEHT. Be KxptaasM wis Views est the Sabjeet- Four Million, Five Bnadisd Thssaaad Osacae of Bnlllea ts bs Purchased 'Moanaiy  aad T.....t|  Kate* tm : fee Isseed �> Swjm'eat, Wasbikgtoh, April 23.-Tbe Republl-eeua of the House and Senate have agreed upon a basis for the preparation of the Silver bill. The agreement is in harmony with the measure adopted by the Senate Caucus Committee; with one Important amendment. . The following, is ths full text of the bill aa agreed upon: ' That the' Secretary of tbe Treasury la hereby directed to^ purchase from time to time silver bullion to the segregate amount of four million five hundred thousand ounces of free silver in each month, at the market price thereof, not exceeding one . dollar for three hundred and sevnty-one and twenty-five one hundredth grains of pure silver, and to issue in payment for snob purshsaes of silver bullion, Treasury notes of the United State* to be prepared by the Secretary of the Treasury in such form sad of such denomination not less than one dot lar dot more than one thousand dollars, a* he may prescribe. TBK TBXAStTBT XOTXS. beotion 3. That the treasury notes issued in aeocordanee with the provisions of thia aot shall be redeemable on demand in lawful money Of tbe United State* or at tte office of any aasoeiated treasury of the United State* and when so redeemed may be issued, but no greater or less amount of snoh notes shall be outstanding at any time tbsn the cost of the silver bullion then held in the treasury, purchased by such notes, and ahsh treasury notes shall be receivable � far custom taxes and all public dues, and when so received may be reiasued, and such notes when held by any national banking, association may be counted as a part of ita lawful reserve, provided that upon tbe demsnd of the holder of any of the Treasury notes herein provided for, the Secretary of theTreasury may in his discretion and under such regu-lstions as he may prescribe, exchange for aueh notes aa amount of ailvar bullion, which shall be equal in value at the market prise thereof on the d�y of exchange, to the amount of such notes. PBOVISIOK FOB COINAGE. Sections. That the Secretary of the Treasury shall coin such portion of the ailvar bullion purchased under the provisions of this set aa may beneuaaary to provide for the redemption of the Treasury notes herein provided for, and any gain or seigniorage ariiinff from auoh coinage shall be accounted for and paid into the Treasury- Section 4. That the silver balllou pur- weed under tbe provision of this act shsll bs eubjeet to tbe requirements of the existing law, sod the regulations of ths mint service governing the methods of determining the amount of pure silver contained, and ths amount of charges or deduction, if any, to be made. Section 5. That so much or the sot of February 88, 1878, entitled "an aot to snthorise the ooinage of standard silver dollars, and to restrict Its legal tender character aa requires the monthly purchases and coinage of the name into silver dollars of not less than two million dollars, nor more than four million dollars worth of silver bullion" ia hereby repealed. Section 6. That thia act ah .11 take effeot thirty days from and after ita passage. subtatob TELLER's AXTITODB. - Senator Teller, of the Senate Bub-committee, did not agree with his associates ia the conclusions they reached, bat they were adopted by the full committee of thirteen without hissinglsdlssenting vote. Speaking of tbe matter later Senator. Tsl-Israaid he had snnounced his par pose not to support a bill that gave to the Secretary of the Treasury the option of: red earning the certificates In bullion,- and he would not do so. He would for bistssir, be said, make aa effort to secure free silver ooinage. Failing In that he would accept the next beat thing he oould get; When the measure asms np in the Senate for action he said ha should move to stake the certificates lrgsl tender. THB WOBXOT C0HOBVJB. WasHXNQToa, April 28.-The Senate to-day agreed to tbe conference report 00 the Oklahoma bill and tbe bill now goes to the President for his signature. The house spent all of to-day In Committee of the Whole considering the legislative eppToprisUon bill. April Showers, Gontle showers of. rain fall yesterday atternoon and again to-day. The rain waa badly needed and will lay the dost, pnt out the forest ares and have a beneficial effect upon vegetation. Cooler weather Is predictad to follow ths rain. MAT MAOAZINKS, . Brlsf Bevlews of Beeao W tbe XMdlaa Mew - PaklUatleBS. rcnemuowlnslfafaslnesor Pnblleatlons can be oMatnsd at Klnaloa's Book store. Any book or aucaslae sot.] "In the Front Rank" Is "Peterson's1 plsoe among the May pariodleals. It is rich la exoellent illustrations, eepttal stories, and wall wrbteo miscellaneous article*. The fashion and household dp-partmente are as reliable aa they are varied and complete. Miss Alioe Bowman's serial ^Tbe Story of Dagma" can not fail to add greatly to her rapidly growing reputation. M>s Ella Higgiuson who has made her mark within: the last few years, begins a novelet '"A Love and a Paasloo" which shows grest originality and dramatic power. The paper on "Out of Door Planta" will prove of great help to amateur gardeners, and every honikeeper will be obliged to Miss Soovil's tor her admirable "Talk By a Trained Kane." Besides being among the best of the story msgsslnes and at the head of the fashion monthlies, "Peterson" is a compendium of useful and interesting information. Terms, two dollars a year. Address, Peterson's Magazine, Philadelphia. Tbe long promised series of papers on "The Women of the French Salons," by Mrs. Amelia Gere Maeon, of Chicago, will begin In the May "Century, with a profusion of illustration*. The picture in the June number (it is said) wili be still more interesting tbsn those in May. Tbe May "Wide Awake" opens with a frontispiece that all American yonng people will halt with pleasure, for it is s portrait of the author of "Ths Heir of RadolyftV'and The Daisy Chsln," Hiss Charlotte M. Tonge; farther on, Mr. Oscar Fay Adams describes his visits with ter at Otterbourns. The entire magazine is full of delightful reading for the yonng that cannot help interest the older ones as well. "Wide Awake" is �2 40 a year. D. LotErop Company, publishers, Boston. Franeeaso Criapi, the Italian Premier, is undoubtedly, since the retirement of Bismarck from the Chancellorship of the German Empire, the most potent and picturesque figure in European politics. A etriking portrait of the Sicilian statesman is given in "Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly" for May, with a very interesting article entitled "Signer Crispl and the Italian Chamber," by tbe Hon. George Makepeace TowJe. Douglas Bladen eloquently describes ''Vancouver (British Columbia): A Grest Seaport of the XXth Century." "Elephant-catching In India, with Prince Albert Victor of Wales," is written about by a British officer, end illustrated with great spirit. "Forest Destruction by Fire," by Cal. H. J. Hinton, is truly sh object-lesson to Congress. There are papers. on "Chsrtres and its Cathedral," "Brass hammering and Repousse-work," etc .together with the usual amount of Brat-class story and other literature provided in every number of this remarkably voluminous and entertaining magasine. Number 18 of "Tbe Boys' Holiday" has a striking article on ths first psge, which it justly terms the ssddest incident connected with the history of West Point. It is beautifully Ulnstrated by the distinguished artist, A. R. Wand, and no one ean read the sketch whioh'is strictly true, without being touched. We may sdd, that Number 18 of this model youth's paper Is the best one yet issued, snd we commend it to our readers. " Godey's Lady's Book for May maintain* it* high rank as a magazine for the fair sex, the abundance ol ita illustrations and the excellence of the literary oontents being folly up to the standard of ita founder. In "Some Modern Frenob Painters," whioh Theodbre Child contributes to " Harper'* Magasine" for May, he ha* not entered into a detailed exsminstion of the works of the very many artists who are in the front ranks of the contemporary French school of painting, but trests ooootssly the talents and work of a few whose personality or whose achievements have give them absolute distinction-suoh n as M. M. Puvis ds Chsvannes, J. C. Cssln, Degs*,�affaelll, Aime Morot, Elle Delsunay, and Dagnan Boaveret. Mr. Child states broadly the distinguishing oharactertatles of the modern French art, and by tbe aid of engravings of recent psintlut* gives a clear exposition of the new Influences Initiated by Corot, Millet,, and Courbet. The ertiele is also so-oompanted by full-page portraits or the artists, drawn from life, by Paul Renonard, Llppinoott's msgsiine is showing remarkable enterprise in seeurinir all the greatest novelist* at home'end abroad to oontribnto to ita pages. The May number contains a novelette by Bret Harto entitled "A Sappho of Green Springs." That Mr. Harte'a residence abroad has not dulled his geoioti for depicting Western scenes and character ia abundantly proven by his lsteet story,-which is one of the brightest aad cleverest products of his brilliant pen. A Wet Day's Tramp From One End of the City to tie Other TS SEARCH OF L00AL HAPPEHHGS, The Wheel* Wm On, Bias-�us Act-SsiuWaat s by  reneet  aVs* - A aril w. M. V. Meailas)- Will aw a It WoaM Par.  ' Jsmes Caskcy, (a bnkeman on loeal freight train between this eity and Renovo, wss brought to hie home in Lock Haven this forenoon,.suffering from severe injuries which he hsd received by the wheels of the train passing over him. On* of bis legs was ornsbed, and he was otherwise injured. The evident occurred at Glen Union. Caakey bad mounted tbe top of an expty box oar to set the brake. The brake wheel came off and and be fell under the wheela. Dr. Watson and Hayes were celled to see him after his arrival In thia eity and they found that one of bis arms as well ss a leg was badly injured. KosrxHUBBKKUtaD rssjartssT. Last fall a boy named Matlock, la attempting to jump upon an engine on the B. E. V. Railroad, near the nail mill, fall under the wheels and waa Injured eo badly that one of his lege had to be amputated. Tbe engineer who bad charge of tea engine at tbe the time was Mr. Frank Wood, bat no blame waa attached to him, as the accident occurred purely through tbe boy's negligence, and was- unavoidable on the part of the engineer. Laat Monday evening Mr. Wood accompanied the crippled boy to a clothing atore in this eity and fitted him out with a bran new suit of wearing apparel, including shorn snd hat. Young Matlock may be seen every Balerday evening and on Sundays selling Sunday papers on tbe streets, and 00 account of hie maimed eonditiou la dessrving si liberal patronage. Inpreve eisal �f 1*1 cast ty. Councilman Boheid la repairing and building anew the fences around his property in the First Ward, which was damaged by ths flood lsst year. Street Commisskmsr Cummiugs aad his men laid a new floor of heavy oak planks on the swinging bridge over tbe canal at Msiu street yesterday. Mrs. M. M. Jeooby ia making improvements on her Water street property. The new Iron front of Francisons' drug store presents s very handsome appearance aince the painter* have finished their work on it. It is one of the finest store fronts in the oily. Willow trees have been planted around tbe property of tbe Lock Haven Clay Works company. s-uneiBl �f Mrs. Bad*r. The remain* of Mrs. Bader were brought to this city on Brie Mail this morning from Willismsport for Interment. .A large number of relatives, and friends aaeoea-patited tbe body. Messrs. David^ Gross, F. X. Lehman, Joseph Triok and X, G. Herman noted as pall bearers. The funeral cervices were conducted in St. Agnes' Churob. It WeaM Pay. A Willismsport man has pissed In the river at that place fifteen fine boats for the pleasure riding season. The Qazslis and Bulletin saya aix of the boats arc of tbe flat bottom style, and ths others the round bottom skimmers of the surfsoe. These hosts are stationed at the foot of Mulberry street, and in their coats of bright new paint attraot muoh attention. Waste* *w      farm. Tbe New Mlllord -ddeerttaer, of 18ib inst., contains a three column article entitled "Wastes on the Farm," by Joel A. Herr, or Nittany Valley. Tbe article calls the attention of farmera to the hundred and one or more ways in which moaay is wasted on the farm, and Is an able pro-dcotlon. Taw lantk asataa Mesne* tai pevlam-Ta* Bastes** Bnraed by sweet Vine. Report* reached this city yeeterdsy that the farm building and fences on the farm of James David, In the "Soootaoo" ragloo, were burned Tuesday nlghr. The fires rsglng la ths forest la that vicinity, it Is ssid, were theoausoof the fire. The tenant on tbe farm is a man named Roorbaoh. Aeriieat at Way. Joseph MoKeague, ot Wayne township, wss hauling timber yeeterdsy afternoon and whileeoengaged a pole swungsroand, striking him on the leg snd fracturing the bone. Dr. Walla was sent for, who aponded to the eall and gsvs the snSersr surgical attention. P.O.B.efA.Meethas>   . . There will be a regular meeting of Washington Csmp No. 123, held this evening at 8 o'clock at which all ex bera are earnestly requested to bs present, espeeislly tbost who intend going to How. ard to attend tneiaeHtatMa of the Camp atibat plae*. (Special Ouricspaaaoaoc > Shpobitjb, April 23d, 1890. The one hundred aad fifty-ninth stated meeting of Northumberland Presbytery convened in the Prsabytarlaa Church her* Monday evening at 7:80 o'clock. Kev. Stuart Mitchell, at Mt. Csrmel, preached the opening sermon, when tbe presbytery was constituted by prayer. The minute* of the last meeting were read, and the adoption of the sasse postponed aatil yesterday morning's aeasioa. Be*. Koblsr, ot Jersey Shore, was elected Moderator by the unanimous vote of- ths presbytery. After tbs appointment of some committees tbe presbytery adjourned to meet at 9 o'olosk Tneedsy morning. Tuesday MOKsrae axasioH. Presbytery eoavened Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The first hair hour wss spent in devotional exarelaas, led by Rev. J. D. Cook. The Moderator, Bar. P. B. Kobler, called the presbytery to order, snd minute* of previous meetings wet* isSrl snd adopted. After the appointment of tbe various eommlttoaa the committee appointed by tbe laat presbytery on the sub jectof "Revision," reported through its Chairman, Rev. D. J. Waller, Br. After cooskterahle debate the dleouasioa wea sr. reeled until after the arrival of the moralng train, so a* to give all the delegates a ebanee on this Important subject. The presbytery then went Into nomination for Commissioners to the General Assembly. Tbe delegates having come la from the ornlag train tbe subject of "Revision" was again taken up, and debated antll the hour of aoon arrived. Ai-rxaaooa exasioa. At 2 o'clock p. at. the eubjeet was again taken up, and a vote taken on the first teaeeof the report of the committee, whioh resulted 29 in raver and 19 against. The subject was again arrested for the purpose of elscting Commissioners to the General Assembly. Tbe following were )ted: Rev. D, 1. Waller, Sr., of Blooaav burg; Rev. J. W. GUlaad, of Shsmokln; first Kld*rs,C. G. Barklay, of Bloossabnrg, and A. W. King, of Lycoming, county. A oommittee was appointed to prepare a rateatete ragaid tutaedSBth* of iha Revs. Hudson aad Camp, with Bar. D. J. Waller en CUirman. The Presbytery of1 Welmboro sent a commission to tbe presbytery asking that the ehorehea ol Emporium sad St, Mary'* be assigned to ita, ear*. After a conference wss held with the eWegato* of the two churches It was found that they preferred to remain with the Presbytery of North-nmberlsnd. Rev. Arthur Davias presented a tester of dismission from the Presbytery of Chemung, N. T., which wee aeeepfa and hie name ordered to be enrolled as a ember of presbytery. A call was put Into tbe baad* of presbytery for the pastoral services ot the Rev. Arthur Davtas, by tb* Emporium �rah, and ansngesssat was made for hi* rnstallatlon at 730 o'oloek p. m. Rev. Joseph Nesbitt, D. D., of Look Haven, seat his reason forsbsuce from the present meeting of presbytery, which waa sustained ss follows: Prssbytevy sustains the excuse of Dr. Neebitt, aamsly.hls eall to attend the funeral of ex-Governor Jas Pollock, on this 22d of April, aad exaree its regret that the opportualty eonldaot have been afforded the mem bare of attend lag the obesqulse of' one who has besa a outworker with as ia all the great asora! aad spbitusl questions of the past half century, aad whese msraory we elssrlsh. The church at Mt. Carmel was rseom-mended to the Board of Home Missions ia the sum of 1300 Mrs. Caldwell 1 recommended to the Board of Ministerial Relief for the earn or 9800. At 7:90 p. m. ths presbytery proceeded to Install Rev. Arthur Davias pastor of tbe Emporium sburob. Rev. Arautroag, of the Grove Churob, Danville, preached the sermon, Rev. D. J. Waller, Sr., of Bloomsborg, gave the ebarew to the pastor and Rev. R. I* Stewart, of Danvllls,to tbe people. Rev. 8. Sohler presided. Rev. Kobler makes aa exoellent Moderator, sod mores the bnslnaaaof the pree bytery quickly and in good order. BIPUBLIM IN COUKCL The Meetbg of the State Oogom'tee Fbiladelphia Yesterday. ODIVKITIDI DAT JTJTE SSfh IEXT  ASaoCIATIOB. Won. Xjost. mieoalpala-.�    1 Boston_.__ a   1 Chleasni-�-. 1 I dnittnnatl -. 1   I Woo. Lost, Oolambo*.. Athletle_~ Boehsster... BrooklTU. Buifalo.._____ Phlladalphla- Ctateaco__^__ Bronkirn-- SL Lou' Toledo...-Syraeuse.. platbbs' LEASTIB. Won. Lost.! Won.: _.* -.2 .- 1 __1 Won. Lost. Boston....:______12 Haw Tor*._, t   2 FltUbUTX----S    1 [Cleveland-.- e. .-1 VisxgM Out*of TsveeoBiases Osiaelw., Ia addition to tbe peeasnger eoaehee that are being built for tbe Reading railroad by the Pullman oompaay, 4,000 freight cars are also la oourea of oxieatrootlon, aad these will all be delivered early in May. Tbe consignment which arrived last weak consists of several hundred twia-hopear gondolas, which are the �oat complete freight ears la point of eoewtroetloa evsr pissed la sarrioe. They era of 70,000 pounds oapscity. The wheals are rf tbe doabls-plste psttern of approved deatga and msk*. lash ear It eqnipped with the automatic* eouplsr, by whieh far greater safety Is seenred for trainmen. The board for reserved Bests for the Business Men's JaUtowWopan at Seltasr �s: BhyasMlec'e hoofc ateta 0rrinay>BMsBavga49o,ef4�x. Tbe Renovo JrraM says: Csptsin P. D. Brieker, superintendent of tbe eensns for tbte district, has appointed the anus aton1 for tknewardsof Renovo, aa follows: East wssd-John C. Brown.:' Middle ward-J. P. Mahaflle: West ward-W. D. Harper. A camp of the P. O.S. of A., will be Instltnted at Howard, Centre eounty, to-nigbt. A large delegation of bers of the order In this eity will �1st la the exercises. FBOMr�wr FBorw. asid to be CaL Daalel - 8. Lassoat i* ssaldag OeK^OOOayeer. The waaow of Presid^t Gsrfisld is In Washington visiting her dssgbter, Mrs. J. Stanley Brown. Sx-Saerstary Whitney and Mrs. Whitney Will snend the summer la Iionddo, re-tarsing la time for aaeaaon at Newport. MbB Mildred Lee, daughter of the Ute General Robert E. Lee, ie a great favorite In the betteooialelnlMot WaaUsgton. CheaeeUor Boggs, of the Oewgte State Uaivetalty, ai aakl to be the a^|Oe�*Dg)>a>Bvt BaVO lathaUaitedHtltalnBeafjIngenobapoal �"�*. .** Jbo AtSraaUaaa That WM �,�e*� la if^juiim"*'''"" The Anvrilejn pnlflo "' California hie roared   at the hit* of "Our  Iriah   Yiattna"   aasir the �mMj--^<:^0^' ha* beoonxe as famllisr to "~ tbe etan^eiwAtioa^rn^W Iteomsatotho Opera House to mo**? night with lis fun b�sdM*wdiaam aattknail the' *nfri\ii&�WJ'    ' The fan begin* w^thT'cortala ravaf and ODntiaues,unti{ it falisjbtba asm fiat? Watlon as OM'filUi^t^m''i:a their supnortrojfe^Bga^;ts' strong and eaeh'neainVrl?^ �-, Tho oomedians, Hiirray^c*; nnder the management of1i%a M. 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