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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 7, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                mm NINTH YEAR-NO. Io5. LOCK. HAVEN, FA.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS is.ism.oi-: jiuotiiki;s---vuislisueks CURRENT COMMENT. a max in Indianapolis catches about lio.OOO sparrowt a year and sells them lor pot pio. Titr Democrat in majority iu Alabama is about the same as two years ago. This seems to show that tho white population of Alabama is not increasing. 511 Tue Emperor William, having paid another visit to his august grandmother, ~ho  tzeon of England, may now be ex-jroeted to start out on a fresh round of calls upon tho vest of the crowned heads. The gathering of the Grand Army men in national encampment at Boston promises to bo one- of the greatest events in the history of this historic order. It is estimated from the information furnished as to who will be present that 75,000 men will be in lino. Akahia is so far away and our relations with hor are so few that the fact that 400 porpons are daily dying in ber capital from oholera, creates little attention among us. Tbat number of deaths in a European capital would alarm tbo entire civilized world. DETAILS OF THE EXECUTION The Curat Did Not Rill Instantly Ba! Life Destroyed tjy Pleated Shocks. THE FIRST EXPERIMENT A FAILURE The Victim of the Law's Vengeance Goes to His Death Calmly. WHAT IS SAID OF TEE EXECUTION The Mormons have been badly beaten in both Salt Lako City and Salt Lako county in the August elections. Evidently t tic Liberal element is growing steadily, una this means sooner or later that this spleudid rich Territory will be admitted to tbo Union as a State with an anti-polygamy constitution. The California Courts have rendered another and, bo far as they are concerned, a, final docision in the case of Mrs. Sarah Altbea Merry, against the ostato of the Jate Senator Sharon. It was against her at every point, declaring the marriage contract presented by her was a forgery and that she never was tbo wife of tho deceased Senator. Imjirovcmenta nt  the Deo Hive. Messrs. Scott �te Sons have commenced tbo work of remodeling the interior of ihe Bae Hive tiore. The improvements and alterations which are to be made will be of importance, and greatly facilitate the trade. Messrs. Louis Scott and S. B. Carson, manager of the Boo Hive, visited Williamsport yesterday for the purpose of getting ''pointers," but saw nothing there to compare with what the Bee Hive will bo when Mr. Scott's mechanics have finished their work. He Wasn't There. Tho Sunbury Daihj says on Tuesday evening the following message arrived in Sun bury; Lock Haves, 1ja.( Aug. 5, lStiO. '�o Chief of J'Akc, Hunburi/, Pa.: Arrest Albert Champion, height 5 feet 8 inches, sandy moustache, aged 24 years. Left here at 11 o'clock. El us Myei.s, ConBtable. The officer ^lid not receive the message until the 8 o'olock train had left Sunbury. and it is believed that the fugitive was aboard. It ASK   BALL   BKCOBO. Thi Three. Organization* ami Their Stuml-lug to Date. I'biUdeluhia-Nl-w York 9, Philadelphia .5. CiOTi-iand-c Pin-' game) Cleveland k, Chicago 1, (Second game) Chicago 7, Cleveland 1. Cincinnati-Cincinnati 10, Pittsburg o. Brooklyn-Brooklyn 0, Boston 5. ITjAYERS1 league. Chicago-Cleveland* 0, Chicago '-i. Boston-Boston 7, New York 0. Pittsburg-Buffalo    Pittsburg 4. Brooklyn-Brooklyn 11, Philadelphia 9. ameui'an association. Colnmbua-Columbua 12, Athletic 5. St. Louis-St. Louis 8, Syracuse 2. Toledo-Toledo 0, Kochester 3. Loniflvllle-LoLtisvitlo 7, Brooklyn 2. Standing of the Clubs. .national i-f.aoui:. Won. Lost PbJi�iltiir.bla...5�i    it  ;CMca?o...... HronKlyn.. Hoston....... CI ti(;iuf!/i{.], ,Nyw York.. ......-V!    3.   iOlevelnnd.. ......52   3'J    Pittsburg.. PLATERS' LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Won, Lost. ......45    II � ......%ri ......18 Chlcnjjo .... Clevolaml..... Pittsburg....... Buffalo.......... Won. Lout. ..37 limloa... Brnnfeiyn.........M New York-......47   ;>!� PbllU'lelpbln-.-iS   40 A M E UIC A S A S 3 O 'J r A TiO N'. Won. Lost,: Won. Lost. LouiHvilie........5Ji    30  ;Coh.mljU8.........43 Hi. LuuIh..........�Il    :U    HyraouHO..........35    iH AtlJlttlc...........47 lolcdo..............8S    4H Kochester........4>   31   'Brooklyn.........1T>   -07 :!:e Urf. i-aave ->Mly come A  -:f knows bow to A j'i--cook. Theic arc limes when human kiodjit.sp takes a to .�ou;. ::p.ii'h pa-hiukb he even tho milk of 'urn aud is liable ile roif Winch *':'-:� h�:ir.v: :Uf- !u- , wMie she Di;:�k w.'i.i buoklcd back tightly t.iiat tho edge was btii ied in f.bo skin of tho nose and forehead. Ouoc moro ho spoke, and tbey were his last words: "Well, I want to do the boat I can; and oan't do any better than that," said ho.   It was the plea �d tlin �ijhLii'. li.:^L\i v,�uMi.g iu thin man'* body '�rta' d if in t i;.it:--.g t:jK lU'ivc cclln, Ui|-!.i,-<"u;:;, and the hlci';-', U ;!t i'UO.SUtJ-M'eh 'T-ad, a^r.iii tho v.'Niden gavo ihh f.igna' ^ *>]�� i the 'iwitoh, anc t'io bo.iy in tiic oli.u-.-, ,ir;.:�!.l \vj',.h i'uUi  distinct shocks i-utt had nee:', given it, devJupod no ii;11^� Ui ;v;ii:k:ut.    "lio'ti ;c"-i�e(KJonah!;1 If.?. iiiiid Dr. MaoDouah', "and Iu never wo -i)u- i.ie-^r*. r'rcdHticks A; Co. ar;> buiidiny u daw* .s3vuvi fuel high in i^icl: Ifitn tor the j-iirp.'po of obtaining water to '.!o?t tbt-ir ' j tbe nnll. On accouut of t.'ui low wmcr in the run thoir mill bus been standing idlo for some time for want of stook. Tho dam which will be completed in about ten days will cause back water euough to float all tbe stock to tbe mill, TERSELY TOIl HAPPENINGS All .tho Late News      Views of the Oity Up to #-.00P.M. \ GOTTEN DP IN A feEADABLE FORM A TALK OF BUTE. Bravery Retrarried- ltiAjnegg Men In The-atricitls-Kouj;h I'g^c-Bush Meeting-Is tlte Shady Qrov�-t>ru[nfng the Caual -Big Shlim.MH  fc Weymouth for a contribution of 425.50. A Mld-Snmmer Prayer Meeting. At ouo of our oity churches last evening the only malopresent at the regular prayer meeting was the minister. It is rather straDgo if all the men of that oburoh are takiog thoir "outing" at the same time. Tbe Placo to Catch Bass. Major Lodenburg, of Hyner,is said to be the best bass lishermau on the waters. The Major went out Tuesday and caught three dozen ot tho finest bass seen in these parts for soma timo. Ou.li Meeting. The bush meeting near Wayne station bogies to-day aud will continue over Sud-day. Tho meeting will bo under the control of Itev. .Tamos Hunter. Going to lloflton. Messrs. j. Schuyler, Jr., General Jesse Merrill and C. M. O'Connor will represent the veterans of Lock Haven ot the National Enoampmcut iu Boston. Burled  To-Day. Mrs. Anthony Doebler, of Woodward townciiip, died Tuesday evening, of rheu-mr.tism of t!;c lio.'.rt. Her funeral occurred tc-(by. '. K.ttrasn shipped a c.tr!oad of lu:ui his establishment yesterday. Tho c-hlpir.cut -tf-.is consigned to a party at I-. good. Gypglefl In Cttrui*. A largo crowd of gypsies are encamped south of tbe city, near Bald Eagle Creek, and aro 6aid to have a fine lot of homes. A Kejtcted Lover's Bemarkable Confession of an Abduction Twenty Tears Ago. . An anonymous letter written in French was delivered on Thursday last to Mr. Claude Rosaire, a young gentleman of twenty seven, residing in handsomeapatt-ments on the West Side in Chicago,and its contents revealed to him bis parentag*. and mystoriouB oiroumetance connected with bis life, matters which had been previously a hidden secret to him. The story of Mr. Rosaire is a carious ont, in wbloh sorrow and villainy aro strangely mingled. He was brought up by a Canadian family in Michigan and led to believe he waa one of them, but bis supposed father, four years ago, in a fit of anger, declared that he was not bis son. He then went to Chicago, aud tbe mystery of bis birth has, it is believed, been revealed by the letter referred to. The writer says: "People like myself do not suffer with remorse, only in the valley of tbe darkness of death. First, yoa are legitimate and tbe child of marriage. I cannot keep tbe secret because I oannot retaiu life much longer, and because ail human vengeance seems useless. I oan reveal to yon almost all your life. Until the fith of October, 1884, yon believed yourself the son of George Latham, ot L-, Michigan.   In a moment of great anger he told you that yon were not a natural son. That night yon left and you have never spoken one to the other since. They believe yon dead. George Latham, I am sure, believe* yon to be what he has said, bnt he regrets bitterly that be baa betrayed the confidence of hiB sitter. "Your grandmother, the mother of your mother, was the Daobessede Saint Allaize, of Normandie. Her.marriage was very miserable, Duke de Saint Allalte being well known. After having- spent the fortune of your grandmother be commenced against her a suit for divorce. Having lost love and courage, tbe Duchess fled to America, taking witb her bei only ohild, a baby-your mother, Victoria de Saint Allaize. But a little while after her arrival in America the Duchess entered the Convent of tbe Ursulines at New Orleans, where she died five years later. Her obild Victoria remained in tbe eare of the Bisters nntil the age of eighteen, when her great talent for mnsio cansed tbe Mother Superior to have her ohoose between the world and the Convent, "During her probation she met and loved a confederate soldier, Claude Heotor Hosairo. This man, yonr father, waa only of French extraction, traoing his French blood from his great-grandfather, who' was a Creole. The 6th ot October, 1863, tbey were married, as yoa will see by the enclosed certificate. Immediately tbey iled to Canada. Rosaire was not the only man who loved Victoria de Saint Alliaze, but be was tbe only man she loved. I never pardoned them, and followed them as a hunting dog would. In Hay of the next year yoa were born in Quebec. Three weeks after your birth I stole yoa from yoar nurse and oarried yon to the south of Ontario, among a eolony of Canadian Quakers. Marguerite became yonr foster-mother. Mo matter how, some women love strangely. 'Then I returned to Quebeo to seek my revenge. It arrived, but with little satisfaction. Your f atber, oraied with grief on account of your loss, threw himself from the head of the fort. I waa waiting for Victoria to follow me, but she waa made of iron. She came and went with a faoe of iron, and then suddenly and mysteriously disappeared. I never found trace of ber. She must have entered a convent, for only those walls oould elnde my vengeaaoe.. I oannot write more became I will not. I hate you as I hated ber. I bare greatly enjoyed to Bee yoa straggle, knowing tbat it was useless, for my maledictions net on the fruit of their marriage. Ton will nevor be able to discover me. Perhaps you can find your mother in spite of all, but then it will be too late for yonr vengeance." The letter is unsigned. Witb it was sent the original dooument certifying to tbo marriage of Rosaire's mother and father. Mr. Rosaire will make every effort to find bis mother, aud will reach all Catholic convents through tbe country. His interest in tbe authorship of this letter is overshadowed in his desire to find tbe whereabouts of his mother and tbe resting place of his dead father. Id tha Bbady Grove. There were over three hundred persons attended tho Baptist Sunday school picnio yesterday. The picnicers returned to tbe city about seven o'clock in the evouing. The Evaugolioal Sunday school is pio-uicing to-day in Strayer's grove. The morabors of tho school were taken to tho Krouuda in a hack drawn by four horses. Draining the Canal. The stagnant water which has been standing in the abandoned eanal in Pine Creek township is being drained off into the river. Ditches are being dug to eon-duct the water to the oulverta.   

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