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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                mm t�en rug j -7 ;*jmi NINTH TEAS-NO. 48. UOCK HAVEN, PA., FBIDAY. APRtL 25. 1890. EVENING EXPRESS CURRENT COMMENT. It it Uglily probata tlut Mr. Cleveland to now meditating upon the truth of the old adage that "silence to golden." Tsk BeUefoute dally IVm ass entered its eleventh votoaM. It to oh of out moat rained exchangee, Beputdloio to the oon and a credit to tbe oornronoity It repieeente. Judge Woodward, at Wilkeebam, hia handed dowa a oawkdoa that .eoestobie* elected to 186V hold oflfe* for only one year, bat those elected in 1890 All tbe officii foe three yean. It Sr. Charlaa Emory Smiths minuter to all (be Buwlaa, keeps on eating dinner* of a complimentary character, he mil be-gta to think that running a newspaper ie easier than renneanttng a republic. 'fxx'npid settlenantof tbaWeat haa rendered ununjsassry the numerous amy T/oato or "forte," as tbey used to be called, �nattered all over the country beyond the Mississippi. Sight more have just been abaadooad. Tn average coat of running 'passenger train* on Aawriean railroads one atlle ie M| canto; tbe menus of the same train par mile ie alightiyever 100 cents, while thenvenne far the samel*about }o( a seat more. From thtoIt may be seen tbe profit* of railroad* on freight are very Tnj� *lxte*o thousand shoemaker* who xw now on a strike ia the city of Berlin demand H-fO par week for ten hour*' work per day. When �killed mechanise strike In the United State* It to for about tbst amount per day. That is one of tbe diftoasee* between the United Btetee and ' Germany. ' -     1 Tan frtonda of Gensnl Hastings in Phil-adalphla held their meeting yesterday tor the pBrpoee of advancing hla Intereata ae a candidate for the Republics*] nomination for Oorernar. A committee of one hundred, which Includes tha name* of well-known and actiT* Republicans, .waa ap-1 pointed. It la tbe intention of the gentlemen wbo are interested in thia movement to push it not only in Philadelphia, bat throughout the State. Mrs. Qkast to arranging for publication the letter* of her husband written to her . daring the active period of the war of tbe Rebellion. Ae an uaotaoiel, and In a sense a confidential statement of the part that Gen. Grant played in bringing peace out of those troablooii time*, together with hla private Impressions of the various battles in whiob he waa engaged, thi� compilation will be pceaeMed of an Interest that does not pertain even to his personal memoir* of tbe war. Aterattea, l Maggie Bmsle. J. H. Hitler, ojnfeoVionery, Helen Htllsr, G. W.. Mason, druggist, Bmau BhaSsr. J. Shoemaker, saddlery, Annie Reeger. J. W. Sbaw, bakery, Stella Fisher. Ed. Hecht, clothing, Jennie Chatham. Wm. Klise, tailor, Beeale Smith and Katie Fisher. J, W. C. Floyd, photographer, Annie Palmer. E. L. Mooie, grocer, Dor Coudo. Joseph Candor, hardware, Ella Dou- trick. Democrat Job Printing OfBoe, Emma Brower. Seltzer 4 Bhymestloe Book Store, Vests Kelly. C. C. Sohaffte, drug store, Beetle Gun-drum. ^Kinaloe'a Book Btore, Minnie Bierly. J. N. Welliver ft Co., insunnoe, Jentla Gould. Sam'i. Z Mirtin, gas fitter and plumber, Gertie Carsoa. X. B. Biuglsr, jeweler, Lillian Hiller. DMy Democrat, Stella Orndorf. Evssjaa Exrsjtss, Mamie Ely. P. C. Bander, grocer, Kate Smale. Morris Moyer, clothing, EvaDrummond. Loder, Duncan ft W.ildley, 5 and 10c store, Hattie Denniaon. Van Dyke, Hauna ftQuigley, hardware, Myrtle Kinley. Miss Kate Troxell, millinery, Mellto Keeser. J. W. Bridgens ft Son, dry goods, Myrtle Lent. Bridgens Bros., shoe store, Phcebe Smale. S. C. Lelter ft Co., book store, Annie Mill*. J. B. Leaner, hatter, Baasle MsLalo. H. O. Chapman, life inauranee, Lisxls Sbnltx. Everett ft Co., dry goods, Pearl Ktapp. H. E.Brady, deatlat, Aaai*Lay. A. T. Elliott, tailor, Mama Fieher. �alia, PalteoWIpktat The linemen of tbe Central Telephone Company began yesterday placing tbs metalia long distance, telephone wires between WHlitmsport and Serentoa. The win* between this oily and Wllllasstport an already in position and before; thai summer la ended we will be helloing to people in Fbiladelpbla by telephone. Chtle Drawaed. A liUie boy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bellman waa drowned in a mill dam near Mulhelm on Saturday. The body W*� recovered In a short Umaafter tha drowning aocidont oooured. rtrxtucanr rat roosutt. atetaawSSSs* artakleat* Tons.____ tteaaaUmala Wiu *a I'm 'OaM, Plajit a teas. Wnroow awning* an up. STaAWXXBrusa an sslllng la XH* for 8S casta a quart. A stjllixbb Htys ttos on a boanat or hat' mak* yon look yosagar. Tax oreast pocket of tfaaitmislsMJaskst la obliterated by a nosegay. Pals. Una, rasa aad green form tea queer eeeabiuaUoa of a saw htWeamjId'a TBI BUSH OF IAD WATERS Botae* of Oesaktiea and Bain & Alasg the Lower Jfisxaaippi. mwemx of FsJOlijbs eokeuss Uvea awJ Sraaa riaj.ili tavsal ay aaa saeaaaar-STSj* Baal fn*ltl.a mt AT. ears us laa SlaadaS PUtiictl �sat Ocas, last to Atxht-Msaalsade ef FCeale MaaV Tax mannish girl will carry a hi ask thorn stick. Batou Saba. La., April 84.-The relief ens sear Daootah reached Bayoa Sara lsndrsg yesterday avsalsg. Bb* has mad* a trip to Point Coupee, sad hasooma bask to Bayou Bar*. Her arrival was a God. �and to the people .whose lives an in jeopardy, for she haa not only already aavsd aa inasleulabl* amoant of property hat a goodly somber of lira*. The real condition of things In tbs oversowed district is just coming to light. Mo pacta equal to the teak of picturing the devastattea of the country or tha desolation of the people. Tha satin front of Point Coups* to under water; moat of the levsea have goo*. The water back of tbs lsveas ia ao deep now that hnodrada ol lives an in jsopardy. Tha assail strstebesof Isvses still standing an crowded with men, women and child*, ran, side by aids with hot ass, mules, aad Eorsoxleagaia boa to hasted oy eieotrMty. hw tbs broom ksadla. Kow tha flat Mast (twill WAHtanta ia waalag. VbXtr jackst aleavss an out Tn sooiaty eoraags I* a giove-flt. BimawBamanrss an flaaaar la supply. Doauso whtot to tbs latest Is card*. Bab* of corn an bsi&g used fas ssfltia- Tnxarttotela lime an getting brusoas ia order for aarvtas. tkalr A soaesi of trsillng arbataeoa tha asat lappa! to now all the go. Tax leava* on the . lag ahap* and already FAxtaxas an oaaagad now ia military taetto*. They *mdrlins� their oats A WATcaacAXxa ought not to hat ran down when hi* affeln an wound an. Ik aTsxioo forty^elght spokaa, nut ineluding the oaalai oae by a oran who haa a halkly boras. Wombx who ban artlftotsllj saaalifal oomp)*xkms an nsvsr the caw* who arc at all partWar or fastidlona about what they sat. Txrx sajnaur th* people ail], as usual, ba divided into two class** tbs rick aad the poor-those whose* to*sad tana* who don't. Kxkp your heavy ojothiag out of camphor for a while longer. AccoKDixe to report* tha Brotherhood 1* knocking to* Hathnal Lsaga* a31y aa Mattraetioufor the mnltitade of baa* baUadmima. TAiLoasaay that tbe fast man la ally pretty alow about paying up. Flowbs gardaolag to beiac^ladulged la by all who love flowen ejedxav* a ph to raise them. People who doa't ear* for flowen an not worth worrying shout. Loot bar baaaa tha Bostaagtrlanma oaad a little Brownisg. Ir potting duty on wind mill* to gala* to eneonrage the eyolooa Indestry we an aagla It." TaATona-balf";of tha world does i know how tha other half Una to aaov refiestien oa tha reportera. DmascLLS an oaly flvsosati _ In Hew York. Han's* ehanes for who want qutot wives. Yon can always tall a "(tola*: young man" lu a orowded ear. He is the oa* who lets sobm on* else do tk* rasing. Tn autograph fsa will bs flirted thia THBehndtoh miss isssals a ktoa i rax�tbao�hwway,h�ttwh*jaatlaatM yean have paand, to* Oafcivat, thayi BtrasBT ahoa* an tewtag aaar tha piumsainilla*. Tfela style tf tees sxar will look down at thaheaVthto assasa. The regular msatiog of tha W.J*, a will ba held thtoaverdngst thsaeaaltli . a Rgulat.maating of the JuvasOe Tam< plan trlU ba a*Mt�*a*vra� Is as old raised gin houss flva hundred asgfcs* wan found huddtod tognther. Their condition was plttiabie. They were aftaM of tssir lives, sod wets pltloualy (lag to be taken to aoms plaoa of safety. The envasSB at Allendale will overflow thirty of tha finest plantation* oa the river. It will reach tbe Teebe ooaatry aavaral days In advance of the Morgan Sea water, aad Colossi Rovers say* when thto water Jolas witb the Morgan Boa It will flood the satin Atohafsla a, Lafourche and Tecbe eonutries. The delnga to Incalculable; tbe dtotrsas ta the overflowed district* eaoaot bs told. The Texas aad PaciBj boat, S. B. Wbee-losk, yesterday la saving two hundred paoatafrom tha back country around the Morgan. San. In Coupe* Parish the destruction to KSpleta. Mot a plantation to left above tha water, *ot a levee unbroken, wkila hundreds of famile* are hoiiiiilass.. Tbou-saadaof siock have bssu drowsed and a meagre report* received from the interior It to quite probable that human, life ba* been saoriuoed to tbe flood. Xs*a Wsaas tha Tattoya. From the Baser Valley lournal. A. W. MsCormlokhsapatasew cirtra-lar saw la la hi* mill at Boring Bun.- J. X. Walllvsr, the lively iuearanee ageat at Lock Baveo, to spoken of a* a Dssaoaratla oaadidate for Asasasbly. , Kr. WsUlvvr toss hooeat and lntelllgast gentle-i. Hia popularity sxtssds all ttuongb-ont the eouaiy. Tbs railroad to act dead yet Chief Eoglnear, H. B. Blohter, of the B. ft K, wea la the valley oa Tuesday looking up sWai* coaBSiaing the project.', . � Tbelaylag of the eomantoo* of the now Lvtbana Church at Brungard's appttlnt-saant, la Qreea* toweahlp, will take place oa Sunday sucslng, May. U. Bar. Taylor*] of Look Haves, will preach tha ssrmoo. Wsw Totux, April, S4 -Tbe body of ao unkuown man was found thto morning ia the Bast Blver, off Fenrth etrast. The msa had bees drowned, and from bUde-serlptloa the polise think that it may ba (he body of Charles Jackaou, who murdered Mamta Smith on Tuesday . morning tost, and that he may have committed sulelda. AWsMAtsstCMl. Than an ssaay people who have the mistakes idea that the cote which the Knights Templar committee wilt reeeiv*, an for sale. The dots will not be sold, bat hired for tbe occasion. Ninety saute win pay fore stogie sot during the week of the conclave aad orden may be left with P. P.Bittmaa. 1 �rib* � *te Kiev From tha Fopular Science Monthly, Dr. Hanry IxjBowditsh A ClInMtologrcal AieosUtion' aa I the tnalment which sesssei tobmr* , _ aatrongtaailaBByttaW^ptilm^ la hi* own family. Ie 1908^ hto'�lMr, then thirtyflvo yean old, wai aaeftniafl. ly threatened with ooeaasasiloa, Okygd August:(tib,of thaty*w,,wh4a,iB�s UT/^ ha atarted from .S*l^:ilaaa*if ivxa�'.f�# frisad xs hto eonrssak^ asf ^ opto oaebore* e^aJtsVfe^ ^ijeS-'tewagk  *tte*t \ up to a real enjoyment of Uf^jfHie Joa*- | aey, though beneS'tlng. blm^jjem'sycly. probably did not wboUy.e^'^hl^ hat it | proved to him tbcsbjw'lu^ r�*d^hsd of | regular daily physiealtoime^^ 1 Aftcrwsrd. under: wal^ofAioesJwl gr*^ half to two mHes, taken MiregtjsfajLalafr/,    j �ll pnlmonsry troablss .dlsamstemV Ba died thirty yean .afterJcKrVsji, �rosa    j oarclnoma ol the atomaah, hto,jrynaa balag;   \ iiormal, except tlirt oste; graa^nted evt- J duos* of. an ancient .etoaAr^^^ajext'^i He prescribed for bto cJiUdn^ir^jSxsar^ tegular oat of-door excrete* x>|jjp\ bad been ao oenafiolalta him., aUeojpa^asthar wen old enough tW;.wsn,s^s4asd to take dally, moralsV;wa1JsB^,��ewl)s/aBlBi aad a half. If assay.^tltey,war* �*�T*dto bo �$*^1teijm*km from aqhool and acttf      tjm |aaasjj f   v have farm, life aad.oo^.de�x:r!|shsf to their bsatte' content. u^ of thie early instrtuUoa, eU >bto. have become itboraagbla the advantage* of oUilj>;WsjkiaxJ�af jaxv mer^racatioos In theaasmtjy)an^o]i|^> ^| iag oat, etc,, asuag� tMiaaoaataiaaj^Or,^^ Bowditoh'stetherhadsterrksfcj^ who, after lo^nveiyitp,s\todjfj^e^^el phthiai*.in 1S34. CertateJx, %sn*swa?*a-v|f^ neons union of two coasBmsttojea.lora-' boded Dothiuj; but evil. - j r^:3 i.   t Yet, of their eight, chijdraaii^aig an^. ^ either now,aUvs^ they mva4^a*)cadeft $��\ age, married, and have ha*l'a*ae^aa> aad    vj graadohndesn, Wtnol.atraaa at ffttlasta has appearad l^ti^isri^^^gf^slkimf^^ Dr. Bowditehesnaoth^jhea: the in  " ,i flusMeofoot^^aorUmtow,hv>fal|s*ls*- v| mnnity of hi* family fro�,:a�as)psnjt]os>   ' can be attributed. HaJwe sWjW�*iad It, ^> under proper presautioaa, Witk* xaaallal s1|g for years,' and mf^ Ui-vmlMkma "T^SS have no objeotlos to; idrs^c jpssjsrlF^f^ chosen, sod I alasast always rjda4toxste*:>:^� them; but if tlteohotw a^.grvaa.sss w> stay In the houses^jtee^amdhahm', or to lire oonstantly in Ihe^^apssvt.air t.wtthout thsm, IahouldistaitelyipnlKuia* latter opaia* in cam of^lMtec^thtsatswetewM pulmonary consumption." '^fe*fns " "Ik '� j 'The youag saea twho/^jM.;; tboBMdvesin the orgaalaasieav^a-baaa| hell alub in thto city.kave :*ss�nwJy:**at5g oassfuliuraising mos�yfot;^Baxp6a�^ Thto afternooa tneyexaSJtiitoetahe^i grounds on : Beliefoate;-aveaeie,limmk Hippie's planing suUI. ..Thto. vMaJeMte'ear^ exeelleat location, aad- eoaldS 4a> pttf-proper shape''' for .a;resaoxi*Ate'(eeaafc'j; looks now aa If^wS' woald^irjsr'aaBkbalf thtosammnr. � ,  t-m Joa- ~ ' ' la ravav af -vtstsa. Haw Toaav, April 84,-Tha fadfprndeiii of thto week pahlialaMntattBl of the vote la the Preehytsrias oh arch on nrtoton of the Confession of Faith from 170 Preaby: tertoa. Of thee* 110 vote for revtolsw, 5S agatostnvtoloo aad flvsdo not vote at all Forty-foar Pnsaytsriee era yet to be Mtos Canto Toxbelassr, daughter' of Mr. aad Mrs. Charts* Yoxhstos*r. dtod laateveaiagUB o'clock, agad 18 yean. Tbefeaeral WIU teks place i^atorrow aJwrsoon, asrviotatob* bald la tha Beat Man Strsst M. B. Church at * o'sloek p, at. The caua* of death waa petetonitw. John Balsa, a woodsman, waa drowned aaar Driftwood last Monday evsniag. He waadsnd away from thscampat whieb be wssworxdaer aad asxt moralsg he was foaad la the stream when he had drowned Aahsqaex* waa bill and a verdict rtttdered af     * ----- The baro of Morris Ckwo>i*k to^ltollavj fonts was deaupyad ,bl :&ra- _ night, Turee horsasi tw^owSt^jtnsh-M etooroate aud ISO butbeto of,r*^ >'wer#^ an�nod.v   �        ...        /^sljjq: � .�*�^.*sis^s��*js^- �   5 Bev J. H. Muady(taMtox^>tJw JMatl   �\ pieoburob, willtoatan*.oaPaaaay. a�ee>, lug oa the anbjeetot ^JTsaatJasl OJastotls*  ' ity."      . jv&wwi-vmn' -:-"" .'.bti-j �-{,'{. -. i-1 }�i5 v i'ii Mr*. Cola, of DrIAwoeaVtto frtond* in thai city.       J-i awioa f Bev. B. W. Pathuw IteK BDtaxaed Jroea. his wsstern tripof threaaaik*. <4s ' Peter MeitatevmeslvsdshJBaw h� ** � toMtto^aifroasafrtoadto! ' Mr.snd Mr*. t;Ai. fJojdfar alargeaambesjae taote-jeadi: tost night at tawir^aaaatesBJesB leaxt'' a*tosja.^�-a^a^.3qj!s3W�ft Bdward Clarks to: *Wpnta4fi
                            

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