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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                ninth year-no-110. lock haven, pa.. wednesday. july 9. 1890. peice-two cents evening express;hotel blown into a lake, 8.IN3LOK IIKOTOKKS---rUBMSHKKS CURRENT COMMENT. The friends ol ex-Governor Isaac P. Gray, of Indiana, now announoo tbat he is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President. He would like the tioketto be Gray and Hill; if not that, then Hill and Gray. Speaker Keed is giving the Democrats more trouble than any other member of the House hae done in a half century. They dread him more than they do origin-al sin. They don't know in what shape he will turn up next. The only thing they are certain about is that be is a usurper, a tyrant, and a dictator. All the resources of the law having been exhausted to save tbe murderer Kem-meier from the fate which he so riohly de-setves, be has once more been sentenced to die by electricity during the week com menciug August 4'h. A good many plans were resorted to to stave off this catastrophe, but one by one they were ruled out by the courts until tbe point has beeu reached when further delay seems nn likely. General Adau E Kiso, of Baltimore, who is to go to Paria as Consul General, has been an applicant for the place since the inauguration of the present Administration. He belongs to the old families of Maryland, has a large stock farm near Baltimore, is a lawyer by profession, but a natural born orator and politician. He mads his mart as a campaign speaker both in 1884 and 1B88. and the thousands of persons be addressed in those campaigns will be glad he has been giveu the appointment. SThe lottery question in North Dakota is causing some contention among the Republicans in that State. It is understood that there is a project on foot for chartering a company at tbe next session of the Legislature, and its supporters are endeavoring to commit the Republican State Convention to the scheme. There ought to be no doubt about the fate of suoh a movement.   The Republican party will k~    ,_r,.._.l ----�......-     -----, and it ought to do so unanimously. Mil. Cleveland professes to feci very much aggrieved because people out in Indiana doubted bis sincerity in writing a letter expressing bis deep regret at not being able to attend the dedication of the Hendricks monument. Tbe ex President ought now to read an interview with the widow of Thomas A. Hendricks, in which she intimates tbat ber husband's death was hastened by tbe mortification and embarrassment which be suffered as Vice President from those who, when they got high office, forgot hlB exertion9 and sacrifices in their behalf. It is evident that Mrs. Hendricks bas some very decided opinions about Mr. Cleveland's sincerity. The discovery by the eminent toxicolo-gist. Professor Vaughn, of the University of Michigan, that the causeB of cholera in-fantum and typhoid fever, resembling each other olosely, are as deadly as the venom of a rattlesnake, will increase the dread of those maladies. A quantity of the poison the size of a pea, obtained from the germs of the disease in victims' intestines, killed a guinea pig in twelve hours. But one twentieth of a grain was found to be fatal. The discovery of the character of the poison, which is the nature of a feiment, will aid in the effort to discover an antidote, which Dr. Vaughn is now en-'gaged in. Heretofore the character of tbe poison was uuknown. Chemistry will doubtless furnish a remedy. K.ud rntlnl. Tbe Farmer's band, of Rote, will hold a festival at Kote on the evening of July 19. There will be tbroe bands present to enliven tbe occasion with m-ieic and a cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend. Eeported Disaster and Loss of Life at Bluff's Point, H. T. EEOOED OF YESTERDAY'S STOEMS, rERSONAI.    PENCI LINGS. Latest   GoBBip    Abont    Yoa    and     Your Friends. Alderman N. B. Dorey was on tbe sick list yesterday but is able to be in hi8,office again tc-day. Miss Emma Shoff bas returned from a pleasant visit with ber friend, Miss Maud Winner, Williamsport. Harry PeopVe was unfortunate enough yesterday to cut one of his fingers severely with an axe. Dr. Burnley dressed the wound. Mr. J. T. Simpson, of Renovo, spent last night in this aity and left this morning for Williamsport, where he is transacting business to-day. Airs. Michael Burnloy, a cousin of Dr. Burnley, this city, ber daughter Miss Elsie and Hits Ickley, all of Philadelphia, are gussts to day of Dr. W. C. Burnley, Photographer Floyd was at Howard, Centre county, yesterday attending the Lauth Goldfu wedding and making pboto Lfclltning*. Terrible Work In Ontario-A Farm Bouse Struck With Fatal Results 9torms at Other Points - Refused to Answer Quefttlons-Pnased Over the Veto Two Dollars a Day. Saratoga, July 8.-Reports have bten received at the railroad station here that the Bluff Point hotel, on Lake Cham-plain shore, owned by the Delaware and Hudson Company, was blown into tbo lake this afternoon. Several persons lost their lives. Port Kent is the farthost point north that can be reached by the railroad or Western Union wires. Tbat place reports a terrible blow in that section. no later news. Saratoga, July 8.-The wires are still down and it is impossible to confirm the rumor of the partial destruction by a cyclone of the Point Bluff Hotel. Port Henry, 50 miles south of tbo hotel is the most northerly point reached by wire. The railroad operator there says there was a heavy storm on the lake this afternoon, and that is believed tbat a number of persons who wore out in rowboats iave been lost. Sixteen or more are said to be missing at tbat point. has gone to the scene. Troy, Jf. July 9.-General Passenger Agent Burdict, of the Delaware and Hudson Company, loftu,hero at 12:30 this morning for Bluff Point. He said that bis first information was that the hotel had been wrecked by a oyolone, and that six. teen lives had been lost. Later he learned tbat while tbe hotel had been considerably damaged only one person oould not be accounted for. The storm lasted only a few minutes but waB of great severity. the worst known   foe  years. Bcrlisgton, Vt., July 8-The storm which occurred here this afternoon was n,     27  t toledo............�2ti    32 Rochester_______31   20 iBrooRlyn.........15    IS The Clara Price Monument. Ttio committee autboiized to receive bids for the erection of a monument over tbe grave of Clara Price, the young lady who died while defending her honor at Kart-haus, have awarded the contract to J. K. Batchelder, proprietor of the Lock Haven Granite and Marble Work?, and the designs for the monumont have been agreed upon. When completed the monument will be erected over the grave of Clara Price, at Koewayden, and a day set apart for unveiling it to the gaze of the public. Tbe committee to receive the bids was composed of W. B. Potter, Jos. A. Hocken-dorn and E. I. Gilliland, and tbe design of Mr. Batchelder was selected from among those of nine competitors. The monument will be of the best quality dark Quincy granite, of spire form, and will be 14 feet 6 inches in height. There will bo t.hr�fi square and 1 foot thick, tbo second base 2 feet 7 inches square 8 inches thick; third base2 feot2 inches square and 1 foot thick. The die, or inscription block will be 2 feet high and 20 inches square, with plinth 17 inches square and S inches high. The spire, or shaft, will be 9 fret high and 1 foot 1 inch square. On the inscription block will be the following inscription: #**�***************** * CLAKA IDA PRICK. * * Hvv-n., June Hith, 1S71. Idea, Nov- * * ember 27in, Aged 17 years, * * 5mouthBand 11 clays.  Murder. * * ed near Kirifinnp, Pa.. Novrm- � * ber 27ib,UMU)y Allr�tl Atulrews. * * Virtue hath Its reward in llfean * � well as niter tieatb.  My lift* Tor * * my bmiar. * * price. * * In tbe bottom base a hole will bo cut 10 inches Ion;, 5 inches wide and 4 inches deep in which will be placed a tin box containing a list of the names of subscribers to the mouumpnt fund, copies of the county papers, and such other artie'es as are usually placed in a corner stone. The cost of tbe monument will be between $300 and $400. and the fact that the contract has been awarded to Mr. Batchelder is a guarantee tbat tbe Job will not only be creditable to himself but to the committee as y-pll. State Convention of Firemen. The anuual convention of the firemen of this state will bo held this year at Chester, September 17tb, 18th and 19th. Hope Hose company will attend the convention in a body and take part in the grand parade. An f ffort will a'so be made to have Lock flaven named as tbo place of holding tbe conven ion next year. There Ere several thousand firmed who annually attend tbe conveution, and it is hopod that the Lock Haven firemen may succeed in their efforts to have it held here next ye.ir. Special Meeting of Council-Big Work by a Small Boy-Beat Ettate for Sale-Railroad Items-State Convention  of Fireman-Preparing for Camp-Licensed to Kill Birds. A;regular meeting ol the Clinton County Medioal Society was held yesterday afternoon in the office of Dr. F. P. Ball.  The members present were Drs. A. J. Stokes, K. C. Licbenthaler, T. C. Conser, ,T. M. Dumro, H. H. Motbersbaugh, J. E. Tib-bins, H. C. Weymouth, R. Armstrong, W. J. Shoemaker, F. W. Vaudersloot, H. IS. Watson, J. II. Hayes aud F. P. Ball. The Doctors met at one o'clock and were entertained at luuch by Mr. and  Mrs. Ball, after which the meeting of the so* cioty was held in the large and pleasant office of Dr. Ball.   The oommuuicating rooms of the Doctor's office gavo them plenty of room, and tho cool breeze that was wafted in from tho river, kept the temperature down to a degrco that was quite comfortable. Tho question assigned at the last meeting for discussion yesterday was abortion atd the discussion was opened by Drs. Tibbens and Watson. The discussion was participated in by all, including Dr. B. H. Detweiler, of Williamsport, and Dr. Sidoey Davis, of Milton. Dr. Armstrong read a paper on ''Medical Ethics," and Dr. Detweiler a paper on "Pleuritic Effusions." i The history of several important cases' were related and tho method of treatment described and discussed. An important movement was made towards tbe organization of a society which will include in its membership all the members of the medical profession in the West Branch \ alley and neighboring counties, and will meet annually. Tbe proposition for a movement towards effact- ^uoh au organization hk^ " raittee^i t]Je doc�ora ^Wzation  were Doctors   Davis of Milcon, Detweiler of Williamsport, and Ball of this city. The mooting was ono of the most interesting in tho history of the society. Tho interchange of ideas is not only interesting and pleasant for the members of the profession, but of great benefit to the public. The Clinton County Medical Society is in a healthy and prosperous condition, and its membership includes physicians of skill and ability eq.ial to any iu the State Tbo meetings hereafter will bo held monthly instead of bi-monthly as heretofore'-' pungent tot POUKRI. A Miacellaneous Mixture of Seme and Hon-�enae Selssorecl and Scribbled. Apple dumplings will soon bo ripe. There Is an average demand for cologne during the heated term. The merry harvest time. The Georgia watermelon is here in all his summor glory and lusoiousness. He is rigged oat in the old stylo green wammus with crimson linings. Tho boys are in the swim. The girl of tho period, this summer, dresses as if for a prolonged picnic. Tbe early corn is in tassel. The hot weather is hard on tbo little ones. Don't drains. spare the lime in cellars and The population of tht NorriBtown insane asylnm is 2,200, oxolusive of attendants. Tho valedictorian of the Scranton high school convinced hor hearers that "all men are liars." Sing a song of picnics, a basketful of pie; four and twenty million ants and bugs upon it lie. "Do yDu think your father likes me?" he inquired. "Oh, yes," she answered. "He said he was going to wait up to night to see yon " Coloool Yerger-"Well, how did yon like the picnio?" Oilhooly-"I was so glad to get home again that I was glad I went." The giddy Miss Gusbingtou, who must always lead the styles, haB ordered a pair of shoes with saobot powder between the linings. come beribboned and with silver handle richly worked. It would be a sacrilege to soil them. Katydids'ate now engaged in vigorously and noisily arguing tbe question as to whether they did or didn't. the london police riots. Order Preserved in Bow Street by the Coldstream Guards. ALL QUIET IN THE METROPOLIS. Two Members of th� Force Sent to Prlaon f�r AHealting Their Superior Offlcerti-Ofllccrs Who Were Suspended Petition tuff the Authorities far Reinstatement- Their Golden Wedding Celebrated. London, July 8.-Quietness prevails throughout tbe entire Metropolitan police forco this morning. None of the men have gone on strike. The Bow street mob toro down railings, shutters, boardings, etc., and used tbem as missiles. Several persons were injured by being hit with stones, and three were taken to tbe hospital. Tbe people who attended the opera were greatly alarmed on account of tbe disorders in the streets, but they were able to disperse without meeting with any interference worse than the obstruction caused by the great crowd outside of the Opera House. Two members of the police force who were taken into custody for assaulting superior officers yesterday have each been sentenced to fourteen days* imprisonment. Tho men are weakening. Tbey have no organization, and it is not likely that they will attempt to enforce their demands by a general strike. It is probable, however, that further isolated disturbances may occur. The constables who were dismissed from the force for their connection with tho present troubles are petitioning tbe authorities for reinstatement. At 10 o'clock tbe police cleared and occupied tbe towers about Bow street, arresting sixteon persons. The mob made furious attempts to rescue the prisoners and four constables were badly injured with missiles. It is estimated that 800 constables were on duty in this vicinity, but the majority were withdrawn after midnight, when the excitement subsided. TWO   DOLLARS   A   I�AT. Preparing r'�r *j'���P. Ou Saturday, July 10th, Company U will ieavo this oity for tbe annual eDcamp-mont which will bo this year at Mt. Gretna, and will coutiuuo for ouo week. Tho boys are already making preparations for tbe week's outing which will be the last encampment for all those whose terms of enlistment expire next June. Eulogies in the Semite. Washington, July 8.-Tbe conference leport on the silver bill was taken up iu the Senate to day and discussed at length, its consideration being interrupted at 3 o'clock when eulogies of the tateS. S. Cox began. Eulogistic addresses were made by St-nators HiEcoek, Evarts and many otbeis, and after passing resolutions of respect to bis memory tho Senato as a further mark of respect adjourned. A Candidate Cur President I>ies. FftAXUtco, July 8.-P. D. Wiggin-i ton, who was the eandidale of tho American party for the Presidency in  the  last | campaign, and who bas served two terms in Congress as a representative from Cali , an<*  .moat* 1 fornia. died at his home in Oakland yes- oranlMf views of the party aDd guests ( grapinc viewa f                         terday after a Bhort illness, present. -                            * Martin \\. Ilerr Improving. Advices from Salona this morning are to tbo effect tbat there is a decided improvement iu the condition of Ex-Treasurer M. W. Ilerr to-day. His attending physician is hopeful of Mr. Hen's recovery, and Mr. Horr himsi If thinks that he will get well. Appliefttf0" has been made in the Supreme Court in New York for the appointment of a receiver for tho theatrical firm composed of John C. Kico and George W. Monioc. Tbo implication was made by Robcit 15. M< nrod, manager of "My Aunt Bt'idnet" CHnipiiny. He engaged au actor tu whom I*:ce c-bjectf d and thin ted to a quarrel. Governor Nichols Monday returned the Lottery bill"" to tbo Louisiana House of representatives with his veto. Special Meeting of Council. At a special moeting of City Council last night tho members presont were Messrs. Fulton, Ely, Kistler, naberstroh, Scheid, Mosser and President Smith. Tho mooting was called to hear the report of tho special committee appointed to ascertain the weight of a cubic yard of crushed stone, such as is being delivered on the streets at present. The report of tbe committee was read and stated that a cubic yard of crushed stone weighed 2,500 pounds. On mottou of Sir. Kistler tho report was adopted. A communication from citizens of tho Fourth ward complainiug of tho bad condition of the side walks along tho proper-ty of Patrick Pfeudible was referred to the Committee ou Streets and Bridges with power to act. Sir. IviKilei stated that P. W. Keller expected the city to pay hinr$200 rout per annum for tho rooms occupied as au office by Xha Mayor and police. The matter on motion of Mr. Ely was referred to the finance Committee. Katltontt Itemn, A force of Italians have commenced gradiug for an additional track on tbe P. �fc E. lino from the paesenger station to Bald Eagle brid^o. The grading is being done on the north side of the tracks now in use. Superintendent Westfall and civil engneer F. F. Robb were in the city yesterday afternoon inspecting tho work and taking a general view of things in that p:irt uf the city. It is rumored that thy railroad company will build a Urge water Vink in the upper freight yard iu tbo near future. July will moons. bo favored w ith two full Tbo "deoollette" slipper baB tbe appearance of displaying a part of the piak flesh of the wearer's instep. The weather is helu in warm estimation. Young Miss Wilgus-"Where are you going, papa?1* The Rev. Mr. Wilgus- To the temperance mooting. We intend to inaugurate a movement to save tbe young men of tho country." "Try and save a real nico one for mo, Will you, papa dear." Tbo "tidal wave" of 18&0, will prub-ably drown Candidate Pattiaon's political aspirations. There will be an extra amount of jelly made, as berries are pleuty and cheap. There never was a finer lot of bay housed throughout this seotion than ib in tbe barns at this time. The difference between meu'B aud women's ways is nowhere shown so plainly as in trouble. Where woman gives way to a flood of tears, man proceeds to put up a few strong dams. WashYxg^on^�^ Wade, from the Committee on Labor, today reported favorably a bill declaring that no person employed as a laborer on Government work shall receive less than 2 a day. In a report tbe committee states that it appears that the wages now being paid by tbe Government to its laborers is only $1.25 a day, and, in many instances many laborers are permitted to work only on half time, making their total pay only $15 a month. The committee believes that fair wages should be paid to laborers in the Government employ, and, therefore, thinks that tho minimum of $2 a day as proposed by tbe bill is only reasonable and ust, and for this reason recommends tbe passage of the bill. PASSED OVER THE VETO. THE HOUSE VARIETY KILL. A Squabble as to rtae Right of the  Floor Delays Bnslntss. Washington, Jnly 8.-The House today passed the Senate bill providing regulations for the prevention of collisions at sea. Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, from the Committee on Rules, presented a resolution providing the House at onoe call up tbe original package bill, and afterwards the bankruptcy bill, this order to continue for four days. Mr. Payson, of Illinois, raised tbe question of consideration in favor of the Land Grant Forfeiture bill. Tbe House refused (yeas 80, nays 75) to consider the resolution from tbe Commit* tee on Rules. Mr. Farquhar, of New York, presented the conferenee report on the bill appropriating $75,000 for the relief of A. H. Emery. Pending consideration thereof Mr. Cummings, of New York, secured the floor on a question of personal privilege, and the House,, afterwards adjourned. The Hot Wave. The orest of the hot wave reached this oity last evening and cooler weather prevails to-day. The showers predicted : by the signal service put In ah apperance during the uight, and there were hatvy storms of wind and rain passed over' the city before midnight. The lightning was vivid and blinding and the heavy peals of thunder made the earth tremble. The heaviest Btorm seemed to � pass north of this city. The humid air was oppressive and tbe heat made sleep next to impossible. A oool wave that made its appear* anoe in the northwest yesterday has lowered the temperature to a degree tbat Is delightfully comfortable to-day. The following special bulletin was issued from tbe weather department at "Washington last night: Tbe temperature has fallen 12 to 14 degrees in Wisconsin/ Minnesota, the Dako-tas and Iowa. The cool wave will extend over the Lake region, Tennessee and the Ohio Valley on Wednesday and the Atlantic coast north of New York on Thursday. Continued warm weather will prevail on the Atlantic.coast during Wednesday with cooler weather during tbe night and lower temperature on Thursday. Out of 146 ort ^ maxirftflm of. 80 de-Licensed to Kill Birds. A license was issued this morning at the Prothocotary's office to A. K. Pierce of Renovo, granting him permission to kill song and other birds foi ecieutitlc purposes. Dr. Van Fleet and James H. Ferguson, Esq., of Renovo, certified .to the good character of the applicant for,the licence and his fitness for the scientific work in which he is engaged. Hlg Work by a Small Boj. On Thursday, July 3d,Andrew Stewart, agod 8 yeans, son of Alexander Stewart, who is a tenant on tho farm of B. F. Thompson iu Allison township, raked eighty doz.Gii sheaves of wheat which his father tied as tho lad raked them. Tho father and son were following a man who cut the grain with an old fashioned cradle. It was cortiiinly a bij; d*ys woik for such a mhuU boy. e Firenwn'H FcittlvHl. Next, Saturday evening Hop-i note Com-pauy will servo ice cream and  raspberries in tho engine house on Grovo street, i Everybody ii iuvlted to attoud. Slid a Main street doctor to his young cleik: "Why weren't you at tho office earlier this morning?" "Beg pardon, sir, but I am a roformer. I believe that the office should Beek tbe man, not man the offico." This is the timo to gather brier, rose,sweBt olover and lemon verbena for the closet sachets. As the weather is hot, the old folks can stay at homo. This is tho dull season of the year, aud there is as a consc quence, a dearth of local news. Tbo most exciting ittm of every day's occurrence is tbe persistent effort of tho thermometer to climb out of tbe nineties. Those antics ol tbe tittle glass tube and its imprisoned mercury afford an endless, but very monotonous subject of comment. Geal Estate for Sale. Misses Agnes and Ella Roilly will dispose of their real estate in this city by public sale on Saturday, lfttb inst, at 10 o'clock, a. m , on tho premises, West Main street. They also will offer for sale at tho same time and place a full line of furniture and household goods. For fur-the particulars sco advertisement in this 1 issue of ^ho Ext'REaa. 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