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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YE AB-NO. 63. LOCK HAVEN, PA., TUESDAY. MAY 13. 1890. PBICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS SUNSI.OK KKOTHBKS---PUBLISHEBS CURRENT COMMENT. Dkkaui.t�KS are now becoming fiouum eioaa tb:it a new one ia turned up about every twcuty-four hours._ New Yoiik can only Utk ul erecting a monument to General Gr rat, wlnle Riob-moad is goiu� right oa with the actaal work of uuvailing a statue to General Lse Tun ten thousand dollar preaoner shows no grca. z-al to share bis salary with the three buuured dollar preacher, aud it seem!; that Christian Socialism has uot reached the clergy yet. The Third Congressional District of this Slate lias bad its tight ia convention sad tba coa:U, aud the result has beeu to suggest the name of Richard Vaux to sit in the aeit of the late Samuel J. Randall. Ex-GuVEunOR J. Stehliso Mohtoh, of Nebraska, father of the Arbor day for economic tree planting oat that way, says that more than six hundred million trees planted by human bands are growing in that State.___ Emua Abbott owes her start in life to Hme. Patti. The diva said she was entranced with a lullaby the little stranger sang that she threw her arms about her, told her to get ready to go to Italy, and paid for ber first year's instruction. Tiffany & Co., of New York, are at woik upon a solid silver loving oup, which iB to be presented J.o Secretary Blaine by the Latin-A mericau delegates to the Pan-American Conference. This (500 token of personal and national esteem is to presented in Washington on the 17th of May. The onp is twenty inches in height and four and one half i:.chcs in diameter, Upon the thiee bardlet* are itched the words: "North America," " Central America " aod " South Ameriaa," respectively. The Chicago World's Fair Committee has determined as the best step to obtain another $5,000,000 subscription after the fashion of the fiisi subscription. The next thing will be the sale of privileges, from which *1,000,000 is expected to be realized. The chewing cum privilege is estimated by a gentleman well informed on the subject as being alone worth 95,-000. The fair's site is yet an undecided question. Says the News: ''It may he said that the work of prepariog for the World's Fair falling into bands best fitted to perform it and that the outlook for success in evjry feature continues to grow brighter." _ CAN V'OtJ GUESS THEMT What is invisible blue ? A policeman. What tree is most suggestive of kissing ? Tew. What shape is a kiss ? A lip-tickle. (Elliptical.) What ship carries most passengers ? Court-Alp. When is a dock dangerous 1 When it strikes one. When is a ship at sea not on water? When on fire. What word does your wife like best 1 The last one. What part of speech is most distateful to lovers ? The third person. What part of a shop is exactly like every other part ? The counter-part. What is better than a promising young man? A pay in? one. When is a soldier not half a soldier? When he's in quarters. How oan you learn the value ol money ? Try to borrow some. What is the difference between oco yard and two yards ? A fence. Why is the horse the most curious feeder in the world ? He eats best without a bit In his month. Why is your nose in the middle of your face? It is the scooter. When was beef the b ighest? When the cow jumped over the moon. Why is life the greatest of riddles? Because we must all give it up. What moral lesson does a weather cock teaob? It is vane to a spire. When is a chimney not a chimney? When it is a little fonl (fowl.) Why is a ben immortal? Because her son never sets. Let Wool Ite King Awhile. From the New York Press. The increased rates of duty given to manufacturers of woolens will transfer to this oountry the manufacture of from �15,000,000 to �20,000,000 worth of woolen goods now made abroad. The slight advance in tbe duties on wool will enable our farmers at an early day to supply substantially all home demands for wool. The production of 600,-000,000 pounds of wool would require about 100,000,000 Bheep-nearly donble the present number. The fourteen years of revenue tariff found us with 60,000,000 pounds of wool, or one and Beven-tenths pounds per oapita of population. Twen-ty-four years of protection increased that product to 308,000,000 pounds, or five and four tenths per capita. With such an experience surely wa are justified in offer-ing this important agricultural product Adequate protection. A CARNIVAL OF DEBAUCHERY Tbe Holder of an $8,000License Monopolizes the Liquor Business AND THE TOWN GOES ON A SPSEE Polioa Protection AsKed From the Neighboring: City of Lowall and Belnaed- Men Hold roll SW*7 and Terrorize tbe Nelghborhood-Feacffnl Cltiient Disgusted. Lowell, Mass., May 12- Tbe little town of Draycut Is disgusted at the results of the {8,000 liquor license, the bolder of which bad his seoond day's business today. In the neighborhood of this, the only bar room in town, the scenes have developed in a carnival of debauchery. The Mayor and Chief of Polioe of Lowell have refused to send officers there for duty, but twice has tbe patrol wagon beeu called there and returned loaded. Tbere were numberless small fights and a man named Farrell was unmercifully pounded and kicked. Another man named Ronrke fell off an electric car to-night on the way home to Lowell and bad his ankle fraotured. * The Lowell officers were s'ationed at the line and arrested and handcuffed the intoxicated persons as fast as they came over. In the vioinity of tbe saloon scores of Hoodlums laid out in the fields,trampled over planted land, drank and danced in high carnival. At seven o'olock to-night tbe holder of the license was forced to shut down business for bis own peace, and it is believed that a general uprising of citizens will cause a change in affairs. base   bali �� In the Senate Senator Jones' speech on tbe bill authorizing the issue of treasury notes on deposits of silver bullion- took up almost tbe entire session to-day. At the suggestion of Mr. Teller Mr. Jones, postponed finishing bis speech until to-morrow. The scene in tbe Senate chambers during the delivery of tbe speech was a fail indication of the great interest felt in it, ,and in tbe subject by the Senator* ,froo the mining States. Standford, Hearst, Stewart, Teller and others sat close to � Jooef, and gave him their moat earnest attention', bat an almost equal degree of interest was shown b| all the Senators present, every one of whom wheeled his shaft around so as to face tbe speaker. There was no conversation indulged in, no newfe paper reading, no letter writing, but during tbe three hours that the speech occupied every Senator seemed to. be paying the closest attention to it.. Penetrating the "Dark Continent." ..'. For some time past the attention of the reading pnblio has been attracted'to the number of wonderful cures wrought by certain Family Specifics, and having found these Specifics of vast usefulness in oar own fsmily, we regard it a pleasant doty to make mention of the fast -that Specific No. 16 for Malaria and Chills and Fever, is being need by hundreds of oar leading families with splendid results; and to our knowledge, Ho. 10 for Dyspepsia, Sick Headache and Billons Stomach ha* saved many of our patrons hundreds of dollars in doctor's bill. It is needless to state whose specifies these are. Or. Humphreys, of New Tork city, is too wall known as a learned scientific oharactsr to require personal mention in Europe or America. The curative properties of his wonderful specifics are,- and have been for yean, tbe delight and wonder of two eot*> tinents, and recently tbey have made their way into malarial Africa in snob quantities as to show there ia always a want for' an article of proved reliability, Thiai* why Humphreys' Specifics are everywhere re-oelved with confidence.-Hampton, Vs. Homt Bulletin. Erldcnce of Senator Qnny'e Attltene. From the McKean County Miner. We believe Senator Quay is honest is the assertion tbat he is not interfering In the Gubernatorial contest, and from the tone of a letter received from a gentleman in this oounty very recently, there m do doubt bat that he is annoyed at the P�rJ sistence with which Andrew* and those working in Delameter's interest claim that be is anxious for the latter'* nomination. He has discovered the real sentiment of the people and does not propose to bstit. Literary Exercises. The Second ward grammar school literary exercises will be held on Thursday, Hay 15th, at 1:45 o'olock, p. a*. Tbe committee on invitations are Misses Madge O'Connor, Flora Simon and Bessie He-Lean. The Extbkh hereby acknowledges tbe receipt of an invitation to attend. -�-�.�. Attractive lithographs and hangers announcing' the Williamsport-Look Haven game of ball are being displayed. Only four days intervenes between the kid and circus day. Blissful anticipation. Ko Danger of a onrprlen.    . . Benediot-Come right In, old fellow, and smoke a cigar while I dress and I will go down town with you. Bachelor (hesitatingly)-I don't think your wife caret to have me call' at your boose. I will wait at the corner for yon. Benediot-Pshaw ! come right in. She ain't bere. > Bachelor-She's not at home, then* Benediot-Yes, she's at borne, bnt she's. oat in the back yard talking to a neighbor over the fence, and she won't be in for tbe next three hoars,-Boston Courier. � BaUwny Building In the United Uuatss. Tbe next number of tbe Bailvof Agt will show in an. article on railway construction tbat over 1,100 miles havs al-. ready beetradded to the track ail**g* of tbe \JoiVeo State* In m There hav* been in all 994 new roads begun or inastV porated since the first of Janaary last. The paper predicts that the eonstraotion': of '92 wilt exceed that of '89, when 9,900 miles were built. Horses and Males Bnmed. � � �. The lsrge barn of A. G. Morris at> Tyrone Forge was bnmed about 3 o'clock' this morning with all Its content*, including 10 horses and 4 mules. ;i.� �. , .'  1 I;: J   !. � It is possible for tbe saleswoman to have shop-maid teeth that are perfectly nainraL.   

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