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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                .3 * NINTH YEAK-NO. 59. LOCK HAVEN, PA., THpRSDAY. MAY 8. 1890. PRICE-TWO EVENING EXPRESS CUKWEWT COMMENT. Wrrs weekly payBsonts, eight hours a day and labor and protection tinder tba tariff tba wotklogaun or Amorloa will be In btttar condition than thoaa of any nation of tba world at any atage of history. Tans ii nothing t J be gained by being otsr-aenaiiiva, and it fanarally make* people very uncomfortable. An Iowa wife tba other day urged a laay huebaad to go to work and aaro tbalr support, wbleb ao wrought upon hia finely strung nature tlut he killed himself. Tn secret of Emin Paaba'a nnwilling-naaa to retarn to Europe aatau at Iaat to bare got out. Ha did not want to play aaeond fiddle. Io other words, he eould not aassut, aa the Xatiuui Ziitung pate it, "to Stanley's damn to exhibit bio la Kuropellkearareaalatal." Tax action of tba Bepnblioan County C on Taction yaataiday. afternoon in endorsing General D. H. Hastings for Governor la In harmony wltb the wlthee of the majority of Clinton county Repnblioani. Tba eonrnntion did another viae aot when It selected W. C. Krosa, Esq., a warm friend of General Haatiaga, aa tba delegate to tba State ConTontloo._ No Tina baa been lost in eating apon tba decision of tbe Supreme Court In the "original pannage" suae. Mr. Boutelle, of Maine, baa introdnsad in tbe Hooae an amendment to tba Interatata Commerce aat forbidding any interference with State regulation df tba liqnor traffla. Aatblaia tba aaalaat way for Congress to gat oat of the dilemma in wbleb the deolalon placed it, tbe bill will probably become a law. Influential woman of New York, Philadelphia, Boa ton and Baltimore are engaged in the animation of 1100.000, which they propose io offer Johna Bop-klaa University on the oondition that woman be admitted to the Medical Department of tbe inatltattoa. 8ooh an argument auiy oraraome the aernplee of tbe managers; bat if it should not, aaya the Philadelphia BuOttin, the money can be well need la advancing the medical education otwomen> by enanrllng it anon tba Women's Medical College, of Pailadelpnia. Tax trial of Commander HeCalla for abnaeof bia aabordinatea on board tbe United States war veaael the Enterprise ia abont eonoladed. The proceedinga hare not attracted general attention, beoaaaa they were a repetition of the revelations made before the Board of Inquiry. Tba Commander baa been ably defended,- bat Lawyer Choate baa eeoountered a worthy adversary in the paraon of Lieutenant Btayton, tba Judge-Advocate who baa con-dacted the eaae for the government If MoCalla ahoutd eeoapa without diagraoe tbe public, will be surprised. Caeace of Time. A. new time tcbadale of passenger trains will go into effect on tba Beech Creak Railroad next Monday morning and for the Information of the patrona of that popular Una we note the following changes. East-bound train will leave Lock Haven at 8:10 a. m. and 7:� p. m. instead ot 8:53 and 730; west bound trains at 8:48 a. m. and 8 JO p. m. instead of 8:10 and 5:40. Tbe Beech Creek Company have short-end the running time of all tbelrpaaseoger trains, and aroagementa hare been completed for close connection* at Wllltsms-port with fast through trains on tbe Philadelphia and Reading Railroad for all points south and east. With Improred train service, close through-connections, daily round-trip tickets to looal points and tc^filliamsport, Philadelphia and Hew York, tbe Beech Creak passenger business ia looming up. msoiui. TMXciLxnaB. BANK OFFICIALS ARRESTEE Foni Officers of the Defunct Bank of America in Custody. ABE BOUHD 0VEE FOB A HEABWr Piaaldeat FftOsr, Cashier Dunes*, Aselet-au Cashier PfsBkr and Paring Teller Hergeahilaaer, ia> Umbo en a Chares of - AceepUaa Deposits Wh.b The* Kaew teas Beafc wee laeelvaBt. Philadelphia, Hay 7.-President Louis B. Pfieffer, Cashier James S. Dangan, Assistant Caahler Joshua Pfieffer, and Paying Teller W. H. Hereceheimer, or the suspended Bank of America, were arrested this afternoon on two warrants aworn out by Bodger Mayors, a director and stock holder of the bank. In tbe first affidavit Maynee �wears that be waa a depositor of the bank. On April 88th, the day before the announcement of the snspeosion, President Pfieffer and Cashier Dangan received from him a deposit, the sum of (3,300, well knowing at the time that the bank waa Insolvent Tbe second warrant asks Tor the arrest of Assistant Cashier Pfieffer and Teller Hergeahetmer on tbe ground that they refused to honor ble checks presented April sSrbandSOth. Haynca says be on those dayabad a sum In excels of 13,500 on deposit. A oheok drawn by him for 12,020 waa presented on both days and waa refused by the assistant cashier and teller, with the statement that Maynaa had no funds to hla credit. The four officials furnished ball in (3,-000 each for a hearings before the magistrate to-morrow. This is tbe third time President PBeffer baa been arrested on tbe same charge preferred by other depositors. At a meeting of the atoekboldars of tbe bank of America this afternoon a statement of tba liabilities and assets waa reported by the aaalgnee, showing a nominal anrplon of 1337,687.43. The (376,000 paid In by tba stockholders does not figure io tbe liabilities. After considerable talk two resolutions offered by Assignee Smith were adopted, one ratifying tbe aetionof tbe directora ia making the assignment, and the other requesting the solicitor of the bank to apply to the court for the ap pointmeut of an appraiser to examine and ascertain the exact value of the'assets of the bank. The report of the assignee shows a better state of affairs than had. been thought to exist, and tbe depositors uow hope to get at least fifty per cent, of their money bank, although hope of re-establishing the bank baa been abandoned. Mrs. Ann Fleming haa returned from aa extended visit with friends at Driftwood. Mia. J. W. Gnevy and bob Cheater, and Mrs. William Rboada are visiting friends in this elty. PrMboBotary John F. Brown spent a portion of yesterday attending to Dullness in WlUlamapoit Mise Goasia Caaflald, of Reooro, Is visiting friends In Lock Haven. .   Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hareey and oblldren era vial tore at the residence of William Harvey, Plemlngton. Editor Dillon, of the Benovo jy*iM, oo-aapied a aaat at tbe reportere table In the Bapnbuean convention yesterday. - William Williamson, who ia suffering from a bad oold and Is eonflned to his bed, hi reported aomawbat batter today. A. M. Fargaaon, representing Fabae-etook o) Blotter, or Pittsburg waa la tbe ally yesterday, be being now a traveling aalaaraan for that firm, 'Mr. S. T. Olljmingar, wife and child, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are in the city on a visit to Mr. and Mra. A. L. Benedict. Mrs. Clipplagar is a aistar of the latter. - Tan oenta will admit yon to tba aatar-talamaat of tba Yooag People's Foreign MWoaairy Soolaty at Trinity M, X. ------ - at 8 BASK  BMIA. WJECOBD. TK� TbMe Oraaafzatlenl and Their fifaad-taa to Data. HATIONAL I.HAGTJE. Brooklyn-New York 3, Brooklyn 1. Philadelphia-Philadelphia 5, Boston 4 Cleveland-Cleveland 5, Pittabarg 4. Chicago-Cincinnati 5, Chicago 2. -runi'a leagde. Brooklyn-Boston 8, Brooklyn 4. Philadelphia-ITew York 6, Philadelphia Cleveland-Cleveland 6, Buffalo 4. Chicago-Chicago 13, Pittsburg 10. amebic*]? association. Toledo-Toledo 6, Lootavllle 1. Byracnac-Rochesler 7, Syracuse 1. Brooklyn-Athletic 5, Brooklyn 4. 8t. Louis-No game, wet gronnde. Stsndlag of the Clubs. rational lbaouk. Woo. Lost Philadelphia... Ii    3 Chleago_..______7    G Cincinnati.......7    5 Brooklyn...-. 0    5 flayers' league. Won. Lixt. Boston_____.......6    7 PHUOarg........ 5    U Uleveland-......1    7 New York........ 1    9 Won. Lost. "Boston..............9    4 Chleaxa__________8.   i Baflaio___.....- 5    6 Brooklyn---6    5 Won. Lout, puubum.........a 7 Ptailadelphla... 5 e Cleveland......_ 4 7 New York........4 e AMEBICAH ASSOCIATION. Won. Lost. Sjrraenjie.______.. 6    B 'loledo-------5    s Colnmbns...- 6 10 Brooxlyn.........  night Wa an always looking for tba good Urns and that ia why we are happy. Its a white wool summer. When you sea 18,000 people spending tha afternoon at a baas ball match it acts you thinking of tba number of man that must work at night.-Phlla. Injuir*. Aad tha white roses still bloom on the happy brides. Down to bad rock-tbe oradle. Woman Is the cork to many a bottled Daffodils an pretty for a bride's hat. Tha top-knot of feminine hair ia coming off.________ Seventeenth century furniture la liked. "Btem-gnen" ia a pretty tint In ribbons, Tba parasol handle is abort and large. Velvet floweis an tolerably new. Small pad bratlet are still seen. Lamb chops and asparagus make a greedy dish. Indignant Physician-"Man, what have you dona? Yon sent my patient tba wrong prescription, and it killed him.*' Drug-girt-'Veil, vhat vas dar matter mit you? Last rank I send your odder patient, der rigbd benoription, nod dot killed him. How can eomebody blaaaa aooeh a manT" Fiabermen'e Una ia a wall-liked tint in society jackets. Our oity haa at present quite a number of young ladiaewho are straggling to overcome the crankiness of their bleyoleB. Some of them sit a wheal vary graaefully and will probably anon appear In public. Tha new sonata to go with bammoek reesee an boneless aad aa easy aa an old Aatnnoman predict., nuauroue ana spots this year-among tbe freckled. A man' never real la aa what perfect idiots women an until bo beam hla bast girl laughing at some other fallow'a jokes. Disease makes cowards of us all. Tha bravest of mea taba to their beala whan they an 111. A billons man hunting for something to get aad at is generally successful labia search. � Tba Only Ft vale no. Itom IbeWlUlam sport Baa. Among tha list of cenei aaat In by Supervisor Brieker, it u udder-stood that Miss Lltale K. Porter's aasa will appear as reoommeadad aa anumara-traae for taaBI�blb ward, IbU oity.' " Porter ia the only lady enaanrator to be woommended in the aounty and the. appointment of ona of bar aax is aoenwhat of a rarity, aa the duties wan supposed to bo of aueh aa to preclude their appoint �aat Mirn Porter la a asbool taaahar la the junior asanbtn. ALLurrown, May 7.-At 6:45 o'eloak this morning a Haw Janay � Central ex-prase train ran 'into tha Lehigh Valley New York passenger train at tba grade eroning of Uulos atnet, this elty. Two of tha Lehigh Valley passenger ean and tha anginw of tha New Jersey Central train wan thrown on their aUse. A young lady psasangeroo tha Lehigh Valley train waa klllad and five or six othen wan Injured, not aerlonaly. Tbeonnaeof the wreak waa tha faflun of tbe alr-brakea an tha New Jersey � Central train to work. Tba train ahot past tbe depot and crushed into tha. Lehigh Valley train at tbe UaJoej atnet grade crossing. . list op THE YICTOO. : v AdosenpaaaaBgen wenon one ear of tha Lehigh Valley train: Esoia Hall, single, aged tweaty-flva, of Ithaaa, N. Y., waa Instantly killed.. JoaxpH Habtlbb, of Wilkaabarre, aaa-tainad a ounonmion of tbe brain aad enta. ' He waa seriooaly hurt, and waa nmoved to St Loka'e Hqepttal at Beta-iabem, when ha died thto evening.: ', The iujund an: Makst BAEnaui, an Italian, of WUkae-bam; tMiu and huudu ant, ' N. H. Da via, or JanningnvlUe, Pa.;. Up bruised and affected by thai shook. Chableb Hillxs, of Pittaton; wrist cut. C. H. Pdtp, of Spaneer, H. Y.; finger broken. W. N. Bbtboxm. Okief of tha: Middle Division ol tba Pension Bureau, Washing too, D. C.; arm and lag hurt slightly. Jobs Bchxkxt, of Decatur, 111.; knee aad hip hurt.   . Three, othen wen out and bruised: Tha engineer and fixaman jumped. Finmaa JohnCrilly had an arm hurt. .Tha Lehigh Valley train waa from New York aad. was known aa the Bnnsto TTtsiBaa -. ~ - ^ C. F. DataaaaBB, formerly of the Irm of Good * Datasman, haa purobaasd tba gro. eary store of H. 8. Austin and amumad tbe proprietorship of tbe aten to-day. Mr, Austin, who ntlras from the grocery baai nese will remain in tbe elty. Mr. Dates, man Is well known aa a reliable business man who thoroughly understands ytawta&ii&JiVlkmlu&krwiM a Ubaral snan of tlm imMla |mtxnjsag� PAfflGlR TllAfflS COIiLffil IV Air Bnkea Fail, and a ing Aocidmt Oooun CswaV THE FABISI&EB8 BADLY KAlwLED ��n-Tfes Aecldaat Oaaae* ay a Fall axe Wa wan atfated Ami-sajWm#rai>awl.- OoM Of  Iw'twi^haV'' * yl^W  walamws|alt  w. 'Tk^'mXkm ' paid It out to aa alrnr. ttgotm'wltnl nnexrmforiaMMtBUi. "taL" AfmwtlaMMmdahisytvnte yaaraiaeowaaraf IhwawiymMmAfima-- i' the table whanlmaaaswi anMa) *M5l* \ easterners. B*mli k'-**"Mrqfj&J%) panary." i'        ^*jsd>7 Oaa night, hats, amUlli aglditiiirliiii inbagglna-. Wrthoat tUnkaag, amasjranr te n^teea yuan aannd HI ,l ; with an oath. That Wah aB h�ge� wham Tha cant went lata hla r nsatat,^-�ywnB%; poor. ��Witm*Mimn�Vij0&&il&fc rich. TnaeaatirAaTaW Though unfottnaatolnmlfi krawghtlaak to'aajaam' II saw^aanttkit -IMsww; It niw 1M to a riA man, and �1mPd,raamaT�%4ii>^ aa old tniaar. The maWha a�Vs^aaW".I-hmafwM 'aaajm%ltfa1*iir Z* robbed his beat fYiiaai aam-^BBs^'mrnr -knew lbHapeBBBd'tara-'g^mmn\^rsna" the greataat, the 'aaant Bsa|saunlMt''!-' hW'slwl'nnll ;:n�1ant^llln^wlli^|^ v! to whiapar to hmsaaeotVwsaawairmBd^ lualryipnuny;:-':; �^�\<'^i^^^^^i Well, ihe otlHK' pn^ young fallow on hia wa�\na'aa ;aitoiyt||i>aMatwf':- J tha lnakyoaat.'' Tha'wntwa>'�^>lsk-'. amtkatfwtawanniW way.Bai tamiai'wwxrto^ ' thnfcnnd.iMwswrw^ ing gallery for a anpnwar' wf rtmiU^-'fM� ballet evar atruok H.'- Miaryimfly ^mm V that, and aawnawar wanaastlaf^ai Kwik r' hnaUyamdlacMeaad laaa'li'wnalj whdtajujpMl^ma^ LonorjE Poibte, Qua., May 7 -Aa the details of tbe Loague Polate asylum fin becomes known the horror la inl and tha sister Is derided who the number of dead dose not exceed 60.' It is known by the' Iaat report to tba Quebec Government that than wan 1,780 inmates instead of 1,300, and thia much is certain that no one will ever know tbe number of victims. From collateral information it la now known that many of the wards wen locked, and that in cases when tha fliamsn did not break tha doom, whole noma full perished mieerably. Tbe work on tha new base ball park la progressing favorably and will eooobe ready to play balL Carpantan an busy building a high board fence aad tba diamond ia being leveled and rolled. With desirable grounds, easy of encase and a Brat class amatcnr elnb that will put up a atUT enough game to make It interesting for Benovo and WlUlamsport, it oaa't help prove a paying venture. The Man of the opening game will be announced in a iaw days. Iitakaa money to.make the Im-proveursnts bow under way aud thoaa who can afford it abould, help defray tha ex-penee. Help, the boys along, marohant, mechanic and gentlemen of leieun. fawmt'te'twteu^ toteMKeWsi: bim^Vaanmi^'-^^^amla^i'i doto hk borribta eyaa wsnff'am^tnnwpi*: of-two najfto iMah'.^: -rWnan'Wa'n^ni'.nBV byanQaa,hoin1ncdawBktols^ : Wood.aadaThw.lBflalnajIgirai!,-: ...� ftlaWifiafe nortbaraparto�Panrna�.wxm , three daya ago. Thne. fato�iaaj|s$my:^ Hodgaon, ^wta^rlaM ..;i�:ilt:aMBfbaMjg �tas whtalto:.wl^.at%i)|a^|ii^i ipUtod. T*�.a-^^wa.,jtaanirto-3; w�.,sinmaBamn �#;fghj$ftfm4;i atoak, and with.-knnaMa/aC^aJ^^ .ahlpnad .(*; tfto.\$Mm^mW$ oonraa of tun *mm&�iim*0m$^ Wood in . A Blsnislo Daataw Ampa Braosness, a brakeman on tha Reading Railroad waa ataudlng ou tha top of a box aar_ Iaat evening wbeu tha train paaaed under an overhead wagon bridge near Hall'aatation, aabortdietanaa east of; WUIiamsport. - Briaanass i struck by one of tbe timban of tha bridge, knocked from tha train and fall beneath the ear wheels. Both legs wans cut off and hia head a as crushed. Death was Instantaneous. �atenalavaaat Vs-wiant. The young people who will gira the aa* tertotemaat thia evening, at Trinity M. E. Chureb, for the benefit of tba Miaajkmary Boeiety, had a nbsaraal last erening. Tha prloe of admlmlon to tba. oatertaianieBt is only lOcenU, and tha prognm has been aanfnlly prepared with a view to please all. .The plaoa to. buy flags fir dsooratnig your hoaxes during tha ODOBlare la at Satale'a, ooraer Main and Jay atnata. Leave ordan for what yoai want All kiade of Maaonie emblems, aa wall aa tha regular National emUem. A amUsnsat lorn Pewm. The men who wen sngaged'in .tearing down the buUdlng at tba P. As S. railroad drawbridge over tba canal, flnadwd tbah-wotk yaataiday. The abaadonowut of the tewbrsaga thnnra two; watakmau oat of a job. . waaattnamsS^thai way ha wrato to. tt� ywaa� : anawand am kalaar. Tha...aat�|BSpa|paa': _    bftnas^.e>4.flmfto thla.eooatry. ..I^.aammaHsjaa].oxpa^; llata tha Adiimidaaha. aad aamj.daa^ag Tha Aattora,"taa>raaldto�^W^jfT;, T>niaa^.saw. and .'Jtr.V.WnnjVa^lfiiii; \ sitnatton waa paimllar, awl eaaa^^     \ totbantbar'lika an/.etov^jlsisfcsmsawa^ i aequalntaaae. Itmaaadkaw;,! they tall jmlan^'.m^^mj^,^,^.. awiau; thmy walk' Ma> hMt^Wllfjfa*; ahaltar of that, msiah mshlmj umhsa�Ji..' - ^^lia^iiBa;! aa4.a�nv!Sa��r; ...., ..........     , M-iiii t&t&SSi av*. asset's DysB*a)Sfe*�^ ougnaaaswW.1.1 aften beau urgad'to/;/try'--- dyajiiale, tassly timiini'ii^i-^''Si unknown frmnd in New tha earns lamedy. '�s�atimw^_.   a . Ight mtoid. i. two: w*^&WVM \ tha New YaAAwt: ''IsTlaiw' ' Hand, who old aad' laid-'.,. forty yean, had i_ r- - -- paxls�tlm aUUfcr'tewfattitfl iiiftW. I la a pea, waaah'uaiatto'maf>aik'' mT Kj^^^i � Judge-Yaa'Taaaaa_ I can't niidsistsM hnar,lt;ia; failed to aathwyvMi"      ' Dabtor-I kntaW'.-,. I ha** "4mti;iA*i9m0: BizahlklTaB,aa:   

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