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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - May 7, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YE AB-NO. 58. LOCK HAVEN. PA., WEDNESDAY. MAY 7. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS nxiuwuoiHmi - CURRENT COMMENT. - Thk mouth ot May will not so out before Wyoming and Idaho will be Stats* ot the TJulon.  Saeh now la the prospect. King Charlxs, of Rontnania, br.s a sr.l-aryof 6200,000 a ysar. lie is 51 jean of age, �Dd military afTitra absorb hit mention nnt of lb* time. Tub moat popular Democratic cambioa-Uod atlhii time for 1892 is Cleveland and Campbell. It is understood that Cleveland uiauoU has iad'uutud a daaira to bars the Ohio Governor ai hia running mate. TnE action of the Pennsylvania Railroad director* in increasing the dividend and making a large stock allotment ha. esused great oouBilense in the London tock market. The action la applauded mora abroad tban at home, It aecma to hive been considered a master atrake over there. ._ That waa a queercas*iu which an Ohio woman, who waa undoubtedly in�sue, ea oaped from an asylum, ueovrred ber aani ty, immediatdly almost, and supported herself by doiutf literary work Tor four moot* before her whereabonta waa dieoOT> end.  But then, thia world ie full of queer TO DEATH A Ri&tfiil in! at Loupe 1,300 LUNATICS HSI1ED IN By tbs xlamaj and One finndnd of Them Parish. IDIOTia KANIA08 DLEQE TO BEATH A. ladeeerlbaUe Plieeter Tkat Cain. With Ike Hour at Hon aad laid lr- Aahu The Charleeton (3 C.) JVews and Com ttr, commenting upon Speaker Heed's Pittsburg speech in which he declared that the Republican party malt complete the work of freedom by ballot, aerrae notice upon the North that when the en-perTiaors begin to ooost the Tote In the Sooth the red ihirted elnbe will be ready to help In the work. Which, being interpreted, mesne that there will be no free ballot or no free eonnt in South Caro Una, and that the poll of votes will be conducted at the muzzle of the shot gun. But nobody must cry "bloody shirt." Tire way of the transgressor ia bard. No one will question Shellenberger as authority on this matter. He sowed to the wind, with reckless abandon, and now, oronohing behind the atone walls of the gloomy prison, within a stone's throw of the mansion in which be lately re relied in stolen luxury, be is sadly meditating npon his ruined life. It ia one more leason. It ought to be an effective one. It ought to halt the hand of many a man to-day in the position that the Doylsstown embezzler was in a little while ago, where he can take that which does not belong to him withont it being known-for a time. Ah! -for a time only! Adxokbbs of base ball will And a treat in this week's Issue of the IUtutraUd American. Photographers wen sent to the opening games of tbs season both the National League and the Brotherhood, and the instantaneous views there taken are reproduced with all the accuracy and delicacy of the originals. Nothing equalling these pioturea baa been published heretofore in the history of baas ball. Tha players are ebown not only while they are on their feet, but while In the air, either in the sot or catching a high ball or of eliding for a base. One dots oat need to be a base ball expert to appreciate these views. Been oa tha Areas*. This forenoon two men were notioed walking np the avenue in a state of Intoxication. One of them had evidently placed > lighted pipe or cigar in his east pocket, as the smoke was pouring from that gar-mant at a furious rate, which was unnoticed by either of them until they hsd gone a block or more when they stopped suddenly to bunt the Are. The were Hemes promptly extinguished before the alcoholic spirits bad united or there might have been an explosion to report. Warn tea School! Will Clear. A number of misstatements having been made In reference to the time the public oboola of the city will close, the following announcement Is made and la correct. The First Ward schools will eloas on the 14th; Second Ward on the 15tb; Third Ward on the 23d, and Fourth Ward on tha 16th. The relatives of the lata Mrs. Sarah J. Caldwell desire to return thanks through the columns of tba Kzinicas to the Mends and neighbors who assisted them in their bereavement W. at. C. �astlng. At the regular meeting of the W. B. C, Friday evening, a fnll attendance Is requested as business of Importance ia to be transacted. Hasting at 7:1B sharp. Miss Tillle Crist returned home to-day from Philadelphia and New York, when be had ben buying an extensive line of goods for the Keystone dry goods and carpet hones. Mrs. Jacob Scott and daughter, Miriam, left this afternoon for T scorns, Washington. Daring tbeii stay In this far away enterprising Western town they will be tha goeeta of Mr. aad Mrs. OeergaBUnah rd,' * �itlaaeu af (a. Maaiher   day sent to Philadelphia friends of the Altar family to iaterospt the eloping eouple in that olty add prevent their marriage, if possible Tafcn to PhllaetelBhlB 1st TveataMat. The Renovo Smu say: Mr. Thomas Bodley took his little son Forest to tbe Jefferson Hospital at Philadelphia laet Sunday evening for treatment. It will be remembered that Forest waa struck oa tha leg with a aloaa last August by a play' mate, sine* wbleh time the little fellow has suffered very mash, and as a last resort hia father baa taken him to the hospital In the hope that he will secure mora skilled treatment than can be hsd. in Renovo. Death at tbs. Schema!. Mrs. Catharine Babemel, wire of A. F, Bobemel, died this morning at 1:30, aged 44 years. Funeral from tbe family residence on Friday afternoon, at 1:80, Interment is Highland tswulaij. ws1y BUS TSKAXOJD. rtaiSB a Thlrptv Tawag Bun aad *jla Bash Wife. From the New York evening Bun. One of the familiar figures in a certain uptown hotel Is a. tall, well-proportlonad young awn who nightly goes oat oa a jamboaree, and who aa regularly ae the clock tarns np again at the hotel at eleven o'oloek every night. The other night hej eame ia ten minutes esrlisr than hia regnf] lar hour. He walked into tbe corridor, wbleh at that hoar was pretty well crowded. Then, as he suited, a little anatead. ily, toward the cafe the crowd fell in behind blm and followed like so many sheep, Not a word wss spoken. The cafe reached, everybody lined op against the The yoang man pat his band la his pocket and palled ont a big haudfal of quarters, dimes and nickels. Than he took out several II bills from hie waist coat pocket, put the whole lot oa the bar, bowed to the "Bartend," aad walked oat of the room. The gentleman behind tbe bar counted the ebange and then proclaimed: "There's just 86.78 here. He didn't spend mnch to-nlgbt. Let's see. There's jnat eix drinks apiece. What'll it be, gents �" "Why and wherefore is thia thus?'' queried tbe greenhorn of the party, after the sixth drink had been concealed by everybody. "Tbst, sir, is Mr. Blank, who married rioh. He hasn't a eant of hie own aad ha lives with his wife bare In fine style. He would spend every eaat of ber fortune ia a week If she would let blm, and she knows It. Bo she allows him 115 a day for- pis money. Every night when he comes in aha goes through his pockets. II be has asy money left in bis pockets the next morning shs only gives him enough to make np the 118. He thinks that a pretty mean trick, so every night he comes in here and empties his pockets to treat tite erowd. Next morning he gets another 115 to carry him through the day. A list atUHDrawawd. 8omo time since. Secretary Kramer, of the State Flood Commission, wrote to Mayor Mason requesting that be forward to him a complete list of the parsons ho were drowned in the flood of last Jane, giving their fall same* and ages. Tha following ia the list as fumiabed to the Flood Commission: Maokeyvllla-John Barter, aged 70; H. Rhine, 88; Rschael Rhino, 47; Allia Rhine, 13; Charles Rhine, 7. Wayne Township-William Confer, 28; RoaaoaConfer, 28; Calvin Confer, 6; Sarah Confer, 8; Jennie Confer, 7 months; Allen Kashner, 4; William Kaahner, 8 Rote-Mrs. Clara H. Cole, 86; Myrtle Cole, 1; Mrs Jennie Barner, 88; John Bar-aer, 9; Harry Barner, 8; Deasie Barner, S months. Look Haven-Jamas Guilford, SS. Salona-Alexander Whiting, 45; Margaret Whiting, 44; William Emarhixer, 60; Mary Xmerbisar, 61; Harriet Bnyder, 74. Cedar Springs-Wilbur J. Beyler, ; Louis C. Beyler, 7; Franklin Beyler, 6; Mary C. Beyler, 38. Cllntoadale-Robert Armstrong, 88; Jane Armstrong, 58. The Allentown Critic of April 80 elated that another new silk mill la about to be erected la that plane for Beaton d; Pedley, who already have two mills In operation ia that olty. The plan to aeonre subscriptions was matured by the eitixene aad the money subscribed ia order to secure another industry for the city, wbleh will give employment to two hundred or more persons. The OritU says: - It ia calculated that tha total set value, Inclusive or machinery, will be about 840,-000. On this there will he a first mortgage of 886,000 (the proposed oost of the building and gronnds) for ten years, at 6 par eent. interest, second by fire Ineor-�ee polioies. The following papa, waa, a few days ago, circulated among a number of asooJed men, and the annexed amonnta were aub- aaribed within forty-eight hours after the first name was written: We hereby agree to pay the earn eat oppoaHe oar names for tbe ercoUon of a silk mill for Beaton & Pedley; said sums to be secured by 8 per eent first mortgage bonds,   aggregating 885,000,   oovsring premises and machinery." Goat of building and premises. Coat of machinery.. ...... Total value.. Snbecrlption to be payable in iuotall- maata of SO per cent, at the nail of tba of tbe fund- npon 10 days'" lycoaalag Ooaaty Items. Dennis Frank, aa bid oltisen of Newr-berry, was found dead ia bed Monday evening. Hia death wee attributed to heart disease. Harry Stones, aged 18, a resident of Williamsport, was accidentally shot in the leg by a target gun in the bauds of C X. Dietrich. The wound ie paiafal aad the physisisas have been unable to ex tract the ball. Charles Lose was yesterday re sleeted Superintendent of Schools In Lyoomlag eoanty and hia salary increased from 81,-600 to 62,000. Samnel Trsuseau wss reelected Superintendent of the Boaoola In Williamsport at a salary of 61,800. Charles E. Brown, of Jersey Shore, waa erushed to death while coupling oars at Jamison City on Monday. Hia mother la a widow and reaidea at Jersey Shore. George T. Willlsms, a well known pretzel baker of Willlsmsport, oommitted aololda yesterday by outting bis throat with a pen knife. Williams bad been drinking heavily for sometime and for several days had been oat of hie mlcd. Last night after tha School Board ing City Superintendent Robb aad County Superintendent Brnngard invited the mam-ben of tbe Board to Hlller'e loo eream aaldoa where lee eream and oranges were partaken of at the expense of the sueoeas ful candidates for these ofiwsa. After' wards Director Edward Israel folded tbe entire party to 8terser at Bou'e cigar store where fragrant Havana, were far nlsbod at the expense of the newly elected Director. LET US HAVE ASM BLL Little Doubt Bnt Sufficient Capital Ou be Secured For Such an Industry.  A PAYHG AID SAFE ilVWl'JUilX *hM Blj aaght Hi WrltM- CaenUUara Bales a wmw* 1 Ilk Mill in Bhat place la we Alter tke Ftrat Sawn The Plaa at OtwsaUwa It will be seen by the above that tbe money subscribed la assured by first mortgage bonds bearing  per oent Interest and secured by fire Insurance poiiciee. The progress of any town or oity depends largely npon furnishing labor with employment - Look Haven needs . mora industries, in order that the growth of tba town may coo tin ne. Bilk mille sot oalj furnish employment to the operativss engaged In the mill, but also to the people of the surrounding country, who Bad tba culture of the silk producing worms remunerative and pleasant employment Tha rate of istarest guaranteed ie such as to invite Investment, and these Ie but little doubt that snBeisnt capital. could be obtained to establish a silk mill la thia city. The faet that tba moneyed men of Allentown have eootribotad their cash for tha erection of a third mill la their etty, shows that the business is saesessfally conducted, and that they are satisfied wltti the safety or their investment Why sot erest a silk milk this year In Look Haves whiah would furnish employment to ISO or 900 hands? Let the Board of Trade ooaalder what Allentown ia doing aad see whether some move of the eame kind eoald not be made In thia eity. Chnreh BaCsvtalauMBt. Tbe entertainment to marrow evening in Trinity M. E. Church by tbe Young People's Missionary Society promises to be Interesting and entertaining, Tba program will Include literary aad muatoleiwclsee, and tba adsxhuwaa wW be 10 easm. The drama Is Wll Uaossport and Bellafonta pa pare have been poking fas at n�_ besauae tbe Fore-pangh show peases Lock Haves by this > aad nomas to those towns. Watt, if weean't have the Forepaugh or Baraam ehow we will have the aatlxfaction of having the first circus of the season. W* meat keep ahead. MeGleUau'a United Monster Shows and Wild West Museum will be here oa Ssturdsy May 17th, one week before Forepangh reaches Beliefoate. Coma down and see na. In addition to the wonders seen beneath the oauvaa, there will be a grand free street parade, aonave drill and saloon aaeeoaiou. DeatS af Charles BJcsawawaa. Rssovo, May 7. I860; Mr. Charles Rlahardaoa, or tale plaos, died ou Monday svsning at Auburn, B. Y, It will be remembered that be was injured asms three weeks ago while riding �pedal train la Superintendent NeHeeo'a private ear, on tba Northern Central Railway, by a train being wreaked. He had been gradually sinking ever bums, till death iwHovad blm of hia suuerioge. Ha died at the home of his Bisters ia Auburn, and will be buried there. Mr. Rmhardsoa bad lived here for 18 years aad was a good eittaan and a consistent member of Trinity Episcopal Chnreh. A Ssrlaaa A Albert Steadman, employed at tbe paper mill, made a mlmtap while dutosadlag tbs stairs from tbe digesting room, at 1 o'clock this morning, and putting out hie right arm to support himself ran his band through a window. Hia wrist waa badly ont by the glass, and he had a narrow ee-oape from bleeding to death. Doctors Shoemaker and Watson were sailed and succeeded In stopping tha flow of blood, Mr. Steadman wss removed to his boms oa Jotsmetraet,but Ie very weak from the loss of Mood. BBFCBUCAX tais-rssTios. Tha delsgatee to tba Bapabl lean C��M*T Conveotioa oalled to eleeta estesaas Bt tha Republlean State CoaisstlCEVBBm:si tha CourtHoaeala thai ewy ttmaWaTaxajii. Tba convention was eallad to order by County Chairman Manxes. Nsa|la^0Xr>.  riak nominated R; M. Msmlasar/.af- Renovo. Mr. Mmelmar, rtieleirH tar. k* a oaadidato r-aad Mr.   MaHpsh^'wasv inimoualy sleeted akalrmea Jb. look thanked the eeaveatkm fee bestowed upon aim and eased aor tic-na for Viae Presidents. JotaP.HarsY of Salona, and Chaa. H. Potta, of Ibajove, ware elected Ties PrssidaaU. For taries, J.B. L. CoaaeO, R. D. Peek A. 3. Schuyler were aboard. &v, Au tbe names of towaahlpa b> theewawi* were called tha bMagatae ptBusted tsnwr oradeotlale, after whiah tbs aaa*me��*xa; delegates were eallad. AU tM d^trhsw a* the eoanty wars- represented, .esses* Gmg*n township. j- Cn motion of W. A, White, twAj^af. Lock Haven, tbs delegates ytmiat trasa any township, ward or boraagh whss tewsa, a fall repreeeaUtioc^ weres�la�r-, lead to oast the full vote. , Gen. Jesse Merrill oemrad tk* >0owia� solution,   wbieb adopted: . . Jtcrotsad, that the RepoMieeae of CHa-ei eoanty, through their, delegates to; Ceasty moosry la favor at General Daniel H. Haatuas,,.asv,,1M, Republican candidate for Oovstwor of Penuaylvenia, aad that the dabevate to t*eJ State Convention, tbia daw oketwat; b**b*> atrueted to vote tar hie sasilsMlas, sad tar ass all honorable msaae to eesorait - ..;!.. NomlnaHone for delegate to tsj CeaveatioB being ia cedar JohsB. Esq., nominated W. C. Sjeea, Esq-, .st: Losk Haves. .' -         v Oa awtioB of Gsesnl MerrU to cdoss the nominatlous the roU waa aslladuas4 tha motiou was lost by a votoof-40 let aaal. 44 against Other tajasUartkxse for aWegafcttotss StateCoarSBtiOB bsiag/.im-mtmiiMi-i^. Coosell nominated L. C Tmnt,itltmfg townahlp. The aoaalaatloBS tbsa ulnsil The roll being oalled resalted as foUews.' for Mr. Kress, 86 votes; for Mr.Jvtsta �e - 1 '4. - ? I f 1 Mr. Knee having received the Ueptofc r number ef votes waadaolaredelseted dais.;, gate to the State ConvaaHoo....... Mr. Krses Uintpraeent wueelled B|xeB: to address tha Convsslloe, wbleh B*,-dBl,t briefly. .�     .- On bmUob of Kr. Maesbnar tb* i of Mr. Kress was mads i There being no other I ventionthen adjourned. The Ait Aaaasaar Car Tbe''Art Aaratear'' for oooelnrlse tbs slsvaatb year at thusassptuoaa practieal art whisk has sow ladaad haeoase a u thabmuabold; for in Uonof thahindlstoba at one* so valuable aad as varied ing all that relates to aad tbe artsrUe aad honsa. Tha matron who bar boms with tha evidsaeas ef art needlework, the bob or deaajhtor .whs desires to cultivate, whether ao^a'esjew* ompliehmaat, sausUr�B*a^ drawing, ohareoal or any on. ^drawaesVr: shins deeoratiBg, wood^arviBg hammarini, may. bat* fzad thaaraessief r,;t doing en, without aoat i( auf Usr%a�c^: -tbedsmgns wbieb seeornpeey BaJskaal iUu data thsiustruotioBegivea are alos�.war*s,-.-a;; maeh more than tha priea of ^tWsssfSalas^n containing them. The aara^Uatast aagSS-j � of the meg asin* are aspssUly itsb .- month. The two oolw ata�1aWats:v.9Ai>'; Baaket of DaffodUU" aad es extssf 7*0*1 rv Stadj" of goldflnehee aad flowers *m;.:i first of a set of three of tha aaaw>Mbai  this swim wUl BwaU ladisa an wsaringhlBe | 111.   XJjf        '/^L 76   

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