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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAB-NO- 02. LOCK HAVEN. PA.. TUESDAY. JUNE 17, 1890. FBICE-TWO CENTS EVENiNGEXFgESs;LATESTWASHINRTON HEWS. KINSiLOK ItKOTIIKUS - pi;w.ishe�s CURREKT COMMENT. These ought to bo a new White House at Washington. Probably a dozen States honse their respective Governors better than the United States houses its President. Fraxce is protesting vigorously again8' England's occupancy o( Egypt, but as it* protestations have been going on ceaselessly ever since the bombardment of Alexandria, nobody pays much attention to them. John B>>11 is not likely to leave tbe land of Celeopatra until be is driven out. It has been announced, although not officially, that the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has at last solved the problem of hauling its trains by tbe nse of coke. Tbe importance of this faot can better be appreciated by people who live in and near great railroad centres. The smoke which the soft coal burned in locomotives makes it an unmitigated nuisance to all who reside along railroad lines. Keep the flag constantly before tbe young people as a grand object lesson in patriotism. And then lose no good opportunity for teaching them what it symbolizes and what it bas cost. There are far too many young Amerioans who haven't the loast adequate idea of the tremendous amount of labor and sacrifice and suffering and bloodshed that it has taken to make tbe Sag what it is and to keep it where it is. The burden of making reccomesdations for postmasters is one of the greatest annoyances of Congressional life. The distribution of this kind of patronage by a Congressman is an unfailing source of trouble to htm. Senator Hoar of Hassa chusetts, is courageous enough to propose tbe abolition of tbe appointment system entirely. He has introduced a joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment under which postmasters will be eleotive officers. Undue mental exoitemenc is any direction should be avoided. The cause is immaterial. Religion is not responsible for people who become sick or insane over it, any more than philosophy or mathematics or any other subject which occupies too much of their concentrated thought. Religion shoutd be so much a part of a life that a mac finds it no strain upon him but a permeating condition of existence governing bis conduct unoonseiously and as lightly as lore for his mother or his wife. Tlie Sew National Election Bill as It Will Be Bepoitec!, PSIKTED AS PEAKED BY THE OAUOffS BASE   BAI-L KKCOBIl. The man who brought a carload of beer into Western Pennsylvania town a few week since and sold it out to the thirsty inhabitants says that original packages are a "go." The Judge of Armstrong county bas decided that there is no power within this license State to prevent the free and indiscriminate sale of liquors at tbe point of consignment, providing these liquors are still kegged and bottled up in the same oondition as they were at the moment of crossing tbe State line. Tbis is just the legitimate outcome of tbe late Bnpreme Court decision. PERSONAL    PESCIMNGB). Tlie XAtest Gossip About Ton and Your Friends. E. A. Rosenbluth transacted business in Williamiport yesterday. Rev. James Cures, a prominent M. E. clergyman, is in Lock Haven to-day. Miss Mame Hogau is visiting in Renovo as the guest of Mrs. Thomas Neyion. Dr. O. B. Rosser, who recently located t Vanderbilt, is at borne for a brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gallagher have returned from a wee 1*8 visit with friends at Renovo. W. W. Ritcbey, the well known tree agent, is circulating among the Renovo people to-day. Mrs. Carrie Jones, nee Nyhart, of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. T. Carpenter. * W. J. Blosser and wife have retnrned from a trip to Harrisburg, Gettysburg and other places east. Rev. T. C. Jackson, formerly pastor of of the Disciple church this city, but now stationed at MeKeesport, is making a brief visit with friends in tbis city. The ProcediogT* or Congrats. Washington, June 18.-The House tc-day in Committee of the whole considered tbe Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. The amendment making specific appropriations instead of indefinite appropriation for back pay was adopted.' The Silver bill came up in the Senate to-day. Mr. Daniel finished his Bpeech begsn Friday, and Mr. Allison made a speech. In addition there was a general disoussion of tbe bill. A Handsome Sew Dwelling. Mrs. Maggie Wiltnert is building a new dwelling house on Bellefonte avenue. When completed it will-be one of tbe finest houses between this city and Mill Hall. Leitrel & Bon are doing the carpenter work. A Brief Summary iff the Provisions of tbe Document, Which 1> Believed to Be tbe Most Complete. Election Measure Eve* Prepared for the Consideration or Congress-The Lew of Registration. Washington, June 16.-The National Election bill as framed in tbe House Republican caucus, and introduced by Representative Lodge, hia just been printed. It makes 8TG printed pages,and is asserted to be the most oomplete federal election law which has received the informal sanction of a number of Republican Senators-The title reads: A bill to amend and supplement the election laws of tbe United States, and to provide for a more efficient enforcement of such laws and for other purposes. The priooipal features of the measure are compendiously stated as follows: Chief supervisors of elections in judicial districts are obarged with the execution of the law whiob is to apply to federal elections in cities of 20,000 innabltants and upwards, in entire Congressional districts exclusive of such cities, upon application to the supervisor of 100 voters, or in counties or parishes forming a part of a Congressional district upon application from fifty voters. The supervisors are to guard, scrutinize and supervise the registration, and every act or incident connected with the registration and plans for ascertaining who are legal voters. Upon notice from tbe chief supervisors the, United States circuit courts are requested to open for the purpose of transacting registration and eleotion matters. The supervisors are to be appointed by the circuit courts, three in eaoh eleotion district or voting precinct, but two of whom are to be of the" same political party. These supervisors are to attend all registrations in districts, challenge persons,per-sonally inspect and copy tbe original registration books and papers, attend elections and detect and expose tbe improper or wrongful manipulation of tbe lists, in case of the failure of local election officers to put the statuary oath to a challenged voter, and to pass at once upon his qualifications. Then the supervisors are ] to apply tbe test and to receive and deposit tbe vote, making a list of all such challenges. They are also personally to inspect tbe ballot boxes before elections, keep independent ballot lists and enclosed rejected votes endorsed with tbe name of the voters, in envelope8- In addition to these duties tbe supervisors are required to make in towns of 20,000 people and upwards, a thorough house to bouse Inspection before election, to Inform voters where and in what box to depoti t tbeir ballots, and to scrutinize naturalizations. In cadvasBtng votes tbe State laws are to be counted by, first, an inspectior of eleotion, and second, by a supervisor, tbe local election officers and the supervisors keeping seperate tally sheets, which are to be compared and tbe result publioly announced. Ballots deposited In tbe wrong box are to be counted. Retnrus are to be made by supervisors in duplioate to the obeif supervisor, who is to tabulate and refer tbem to the United StateB board of canvassers of tbe congressional vote, which is to be appointed by the United State Circuit Court, and consisting of three citizens ol tbe state not more than two of whom are to be of tbe same political party. The Board is to convene on November 15, eaob even years,and to declare and oer-tify tbe result of tbe eleotion and send one return to the olerk oi the House of Representatives, one to tbe Governor of the State and one to the proper chief supervisor of elections. Tbe clerk of tbe House is to place upon tbe roll of members-elect the names of the persons declared elected by tbe United StateB oanvassers in case there is a difference in tbe result reaobed by tbem and by the State election officers. A penalty of between tl.OOO and %5,000 is provided in case the clerk neglects this duty. AU ballot boxes are to be clearly inscribed with ita nature, and boxes are to be kept in plain Bight and open to inspection. Bribery or attempted bribery of voters or election officers is made punishable by a fine of; not more than t5,000 or imprisonment for not more than ten years or both. Like severe penalties are provided for false registration and votiog,repeating coercion of supervisor, improper couduot of election officers, false canvassing, ballot box stuffiing, fraudulent distribution, resiBt-aooe to a supervisor's commands, breach of tbe peace at the registration of eleotion, intimidation and almost every election fraud. The Three Organizations and Their Stand-ins; to Date. . nation**. leaoue. Boston-(First game) Boston 10, Philadelphia 0. (Second game) Boston 3, Philadelphia 2. Chicago-(First fame) Chicago 7,Pitts-burg 3. (Second game) Pittsburg 4, Chicago 3. New York-Brooklyn 5,New York i. Cincinnati-Cincinnati 6, Cleveland 3 players' league. Boston-(First game) Philadelphia 13, Boston 7. (Second game) Boston 13, Philadelphia 2. Buffalo-(First game) Pittsburg 10, Buffalo 8. Chicago-Cleveland 7, Chicago 6. Brooklyn-Brooklyn   New York 6. american association. Philadelphia-Atbletio O.Brooklyn 3. Syracnse-Rochester 11, Syracuse 0. THE ECHOS OF TOIN TALK Local Items Taken froa Out Sopor4*1'8 Note Book i PIINGKITT pOT POUKBI. HAPPENINGS SEES' BY THE EXPRESS Standing of the Clobs. national league. Won. Lost.l Won. Lost. Cincinnati......is iBoston____.____,22   in PhUadolphia...2s   17   New York........lit   26 Brooklyn.........28   17   Cleveland-......13   27 Cnlcago.......,,34   17 IPltwtmrg.........10   32 players' league. Won. Lost.1 Won. last. Boston..............28   17 (Fhl!adelpnla...23   22 Brooklyn...___27   an iPltUbure.....-30   32 New.Yorx._______21  21 I Cleveland........17   22 Chicago............21   21 IBuflalo.............12  as american association. Won. lost Athletlc.._,T^�   is Kochester......_27   18 Louisville______2-1 St. Louis.........sa Won. Lost. [Toledo..........Tis   22 Columbos..^...t3)   24 Syracuse..........17   25 Brooklyn.........14   27 Tyrone's Big Day. The Fourth of Jul; promises to be a big day in Tyrone and tbe order of Patriotic Sons of America will make a grand demonstration. All tbe camps In this e  ot Sense and nonsense Selssorect and Scribbled. Prate not to �e of politics, I have no vain ambition; i no not care to learn tbe trick One needs in such position; I would not be the President, I waste no time In wishing, happy If my days are spent ttude and fllshlng. I'm In so. , _,   _ tabt,when bis honor A man Buffers, no-Uy makes more a stung, but he genen. -heel fuss about it when he falls . 78r * wtl6el barrow In tbe dark. IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. A Livelj Debate That Oausos Scones Bordering on a Eiot. BALFOUR DEI0UNGED BY MLL0K. UK WANT*D SAND. The Ll� Given ny G1U  Seen" of Indescribable Co�fiislol� Bnsnes-Balfonr In-,-�lts the Irish Pat��o�s by Serening to �it,,^ Actions as Criminal-He Is Re- �.alr*d to Modify 0's language. London, June 10.-In the House of dfour, replying to In a contest between a sufferer . , *} Commons to-night �� -a bad oharged mos^qnlt^ while the former ia_no_ >. �> | Dillon, denied that the poh.     -TJewTip- *� "    upon and clubbed tbe people at.     -brate pe.-w/ for lighting bonfires to celt.. tne tii>tti�l� ol William O'Brien. Tu. police, n' said, had put ont the bonfires baokward In coming to the sera to h, th. latter generally gets firat blood. Canoeing is well enough, for such as like it. but there's too little sailing in it for a man who oan't swim, and too muoh bathing for one who likes to sail. Prospecting tat Coal. The Karthaus Timet sayB: "Senator Peale, of Look Haven, has a crew of men at work at Girard and Goshen townships, tbis county, prospeoting for coal. They found 4, feet 8 inohes of coal. The prospects look bright for Congress Hill, A Largs Delegation Coming. WiUiamspottY. M,C. A. will send a large delegation to this oity to attend the distriat conference, whiob will be in session next Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The oonferenae promises to attract a large number of strangers to the city. K. or L. Meeting. The regular meeting of Bald Eagle As Bembly No- 0433 K. of L. will be held this evening at 8 o'clock. All members In good standing are requested to be present as business of importance is to be transacted. Have to o*t a Move On. It is said that the richest girl in Danville is thirty, two years old and has never bad an offer of marriage. She bad better sweeten up and hustle around or she'll never get one. He is a weak man who eannot twist and weave the threads of bis feelings however fine, however tangled however trained or however strong, Into the great cable ot Purpose, by which be lies moored to his life of action. In reply to a correspondent who wants to know if it is "proper for s young lady to answer a gentleman's advertisement for female correspondents," the Fall River Inbune says: "It may be proper enough, bat she will never get the opportunity. In tbe first place, the person who advertises for such correspondence Is not a gentleman; secondly, the woman who answers snob advertisements fails to exhibit the character of a lady." When the man who ran into the store room of a merchant who didn't believe in advertising, in order to bide from tbe eyes of tbe pnblio, he evidently knew what he was about. Why do hens always lay eggs in the day time? At night they are rooster*. "There are persons n)w in bell who might have been in heaven with half the trouble."-William O'Brien's New Novel. "Irene, is ic bard for yon to bear cool' treatment?" "Well, Joseph, that de-1 pends. If a strawberry ice cream is tbe cool treatment, I can stand It with great equanimity." Jack(putting his aims around her waist) -"wonder what your father wonld say if he saw me now." Judge's daughter-"I oommit yon, sir, for embracery!" It the tobacco habit could be cured like bacon, by smoking, bow easy it wonld be to swear off. There was a young man from Havana. Who liked to Bine "Eileen Alanna;" But one night at the gate. Be lingered too late, And was struck by a rancid banana! Gold-rimmed spectacles will not ward off freckles nor red noses. Tbe girl in white Is now an object of adoration. A starlight night is the stroller's delight. Tbe young woman, who wasafflanoed to Hane, tbe young man who was murdered at Shamokio Dam, was married to another fellow last week. Tbe green currant pie is worth its weight in sngar. Tbe days of the glory of the flannel shirt are at hand. There is a poor outlook for wortleberry crop. large Ought to Kuow Bis BuIntM. A gentleman named Booze is delivering temperance lectures in Columbia county. If there is anything in a name he ought to know what he Is talking about. Tbe berry season is bere and the price of sugar bas risen. June is now resplendent in ber full garb of summer drapery. Tbe man who is too fond of his ante usually makes the acquaintance of bis uncle. Tbe only ohange in the fashion of fishing tackle this spring is that tbe flask has more neok and not quite so much body as last season. Ice dealers are now getting in their in-flaeoce. One by one the commencements come and go. Tbe popular guess now la to figure on tbe population of the oity ot town in which you live. Thirty million "watermillions" in Georgia tbis year. Tbe difference between a suitor and an officeseeker Is that one pay* eourt and tbe other courts pay. The going out of the tied-the departure ol the bride and groom from tbe oharob after the oeremony. If everything waa as easy to get as rain, these days, povery wonld be abolished, and the poor mortals of earth would have everything they long for. because they formed an obstruction in the street. Messrs. Gill and Clancy, Nationalists, questioned Balfour regarding the government in Ireland. Tbey wanted to know bow this shadowing could prevent boycotting. Balfour replied that oooae was shadowed unless he was known to be engaged in intimidation. The government would promise to reduoe tbe system only on condition that tbe Parnellites promised to induce the persons shadowed to abstain from intimidation. (Cheers from the government side.) ! Dillon-If after this brutal abominal outrage there is bloodshed, it will be upon your head. Parnell asked Balfour to adopt tbe English presumption that every person accused is Innocent until proven to be guilty.   (Cheers) Balfour-Will Parnell undertake that those people shall not T*�**t their crime? This question brought ont loud Par-nelitea oheers of "what crime," amid tremendous uproar on the Parnellites side of tbe House. Dillon began an excited speech. He denounced Balfour and demanded an apology for the nse of tbe word "crime." A stormy scene ensued in which Gill accused Balfour of lying, and Gladstone challenged bits to prove his assertion that tbe Liberals resorted to tbe praotioe of shadowing. Blfour substituted the word "intimidation" and "boycotting" for "crime." Finally the Speaker appealed to the House and tbe matter was dropped. THE OOV*BNOK-N AVfOIfTmgJiTS. Positions A Number ol Important Faults rilled Yesterday. Hasbisudbo, Jane 18.-Governor Beaver to-day made tbe following appointments and reappointments: Gideon M. bboop, Timothy O. Yanalen and Thomas CbaUaut, ot DawiWe, l&oi&eeai ^J. Jackson and Dr. Oliver F. Harvey, of Wilkes, bar re, vice Stubea Jenkins, to be trustees of the Danville Insane Hospital; Harry B. Cochrane, ot Lancaster, member of the State Pharmaceutical Examining Board; Traill Green, of Baston, and C. L. Bally, of Harrisburg, trustees of the Harrisbnrg Lunatic Hospital; Robert D. McGauaigle, Allegheny City; N. P. Reed, Pittsburg, and George F. Huff, vice J. R. McAfee, to be manager of the Western Pennsylvania Hospital; L. D. Wetmore, Warren; W- B. Osterhont, Ridgway, and S. R. Mason, Mercer, to be trustees of the State Insane Hospital at Warren; W. B. GUI, Philadelphia, to be Commissioner of the State BoaTd of PuWto dbarlties, vice J. Monroe Sbellenberger. BowthePnacBwrBauBsslMlm. "'"^ From Texas Bitting*. There is an old negro in Anatbi, Tax., named TTnole Naoe, who is a ngaiMt;.^ tendint at th* church of tbe Bar. WSai�*J�r doodle Baxter. Meeting bis paatottha other day, the Utters said: �Yon seem to enjoy my sermons mightily, Undo Nace, considering you am so yjbatd ob hearin'," shouted the olergimaa. , ~ Coole'Kace nodded underataiidingly/ . . "Kinyerbeah me when I. praMbs*?" bellowed tbe colored prelate in Uoolev Nace's ear. Tbe old man shook his bead. "Whaffor den does yer oome tec de cbutflb?" howled Baxter. Bekaae hit 'muses me tec aea yoat eat., up dem monk*? vMnne va& aVw air TrttY yer arms," .  . = >�� - Disaster la a Mine. PrxTBBUBG, June 16--An explosion oi gas oconrred in the mine at Dunbar tbis afternoon with terrific force. There were sixty-five men in the mine at the time, of wbiob number only fifteen escaped, all mote or leas injured. It is teared that the others are dead. Owing to the gas all attempts to enter tbe mine bars proved futile. Late this afternoon a foree of rescuers succeeded in entering the mine, and are now trying to rescue the imprisoned men. Tbe work is necessarily very slow. The greatest excitemedt prevails. Several hundred people are gathered about tbe mouth of tbe pit, aod the most dramatic soenes are witnessed. The women and children are terror stricken end frantia with grief. A number of physicians have been sent to tbe mine. * The Jerry Was Insecure. St. PA.CL, June 16-A special from Spokane Falls, Washington, gives the particulars of the drowning of Dr. Calvin B. Gardner and a son of F. M. Tall, one of Spokane Falls' wealthiest citizens. They attempted to oroes tbe river on a cable windlass, a ferry constructed by the doe-tor, and were drowned. ------- The Men Here Saved-Halifax, June 16.-On Thursday tbe Gloucester fishing sohoooer, Fannie Spar ling, arrived here with her flag at half mast for the Iobs of eight of her orew Yesterday  telegram was received from-Ingonlsh announcing the safe arrival of the men there. I The Result of Kicking � Man to Make Bias FIgh e recruits could not be vouched for. One of the batata wasv named Danfortb,a farmer's son, frssfc from the corn-flelds, and as we took up the line or march to bead Lee off sad . bring him to bay Danfbrth said to me: "See here, sergeant, Vn made a mistake." "How?" | ...       - "I hain't got no sand. I "I** I had, but when looms down b�w s�ad see what war is, I find I hain't got �w -a.uk. ot a, r&WiVt." ,       -�.? bad." iv We're going to b*��s> flgW "So it is.      ' I fcno*jr^;U party soon, arm       � "Jr*^ _� I shall bolt as sure      Ued � 60w*rf "Thenyon'U beoa. ... disgraced forever." "Thai's so, aoa I dotftw. yoa to do me a great favor." -.j* "Well?" -   . .   ., - "Wall, if I kin git mad 1'UbstJK       T.. and forgit my shaking. Eeepyonreye me, wd as soon u we git within firtmflsB: of the rebels kick me good and stout." . After some further talk I promised Mam. We were in Hooket'eCotpe.an&aev-n, moved in against Juluoi^ Danforth ok. liqued along side and said: "Sergeant, kiok me or I shall bolt. I   . haven't got sand enongh to saw a obJeksa . die." We were moving through the timber   ' and I stepped behind him and ''liftsid"   ' him twice as hard, as   I e^dUak. He snot aside and the next time I saw" him we were at a fenoe on the edge af. a corn field. The fire was hot and the mm mete falling thiok. I had just fired from a rest on the top rail when DanlorAh oasM -up, faced tbe other way and said: "More kioks, sergeant 1 I kaow. I'va ->; dropped two of 'em, but ay sand it go- : 1 kicked him again with a good deal of: vigor, aod juat then wa got tbe ordatto advance and he was the firs* nun over eke) " fenoe. Half an hour later weweredrlvsai bank, considerably diaorganixed, and as'I- �" � reaobed the fenoe I came aoroas Daaforth' ': again. He had a rebel oaptain by tbaeoi-lar and was carrying the offlssx'ssword l�>- � bis band. As be saw me be oaOsd ovt: "Sand is all right, sergeant. No mom s: kicks. As soon as I take this chapbath* ' ' rear, Pm going bask and collar old i wall himself or die trying." An English syndicate is negotiating for tbe purohase of all the totoaooo' ware-' houses in Louisville. Kentucky, and'm Cincinnati. In a olaas of 16 that grsdutad. {ten  . Zanssville, O., High Sohool, the other .... night, J. Smith Carter, colored, oariiad off tbe honors. The steamer Etruria, at New York?"' Sunday, reports that she peawed twetv* large ioeberga in latitude 18, VongltodeM, but did not approach very near tbesa. The captain says' the bergs were as targe as any be ever saw. T- Tha Treasury ot the State  -ent now in tbe State prisons at Auburn, Dannemora and Sing Sing, which Harotd P. Brown, the electrical expert, rmreAawsd -for tbe Bute. "The Wsetiagboaee Company otaim to retain proprietary Intaaeat iu the dy,uamoaUusy i�U (ox etatan merely  -to lease) to customers, after toe manner-of tbe Bell Telephone Company in leasing ita telephones, and will seek by action to ' restrain tbe State from employing them for executory purposes, by claiming that.' -Brown Illegally and fraudulently oktalasd ' possession of them by oollaslon wtth Its oaitoaors having a lease-hold posssawtoaj of the dynamos in question."   

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