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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania neurit NINTH YEAK-NO. 143. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. SATURDAY. AUGUST 1G. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS KINSLOK BROTUKKS---PUBLISHERS CURRENT COMMENT. Republicans Bhould not (ail to be registered before September 4, and thus secure the right to vote in November. Fobeign competitois of Amerioan manu-faoturos continue to be the most vigorous opponents of the McKinley Tariff bill. Maine and California olasp hands aoross the oontinent. California Republicans heartily endorse Speaker Reed in their State convention and oheer enthusiastically when his name iB mentioned, and the whole Republican party eohoeB the cheer. If the Demooratio newspapers of the United States devoted half as muoli time and energy to scouring honest elections in Southern States that tbey do to defeat the proposed Federal Election Law, there would be no necessity for that measure; This phase of the question never soerr.s to have ocourred to them. Since the Edmunds law has restricted the practice of polygamy in Utah, the Sainti have been seeking new fields for the praotice of their peculiar doctrines. Many of thorn have gone to Canada, where their ways are very objectionable to the poople, who speak of driving them out of the country if the government does not prohibit their further inroads. The Franklin Repository suggests that .ex-Governor Pattison be invited to Cham-bersburg to explain why be vetoed the bill giving $50 for the burial of impoverished old soldiers and sailors. This bill was passed over Governor Pattison'e veto, and the Repository siys that under it sixty old soldiers of Franklin county have been given decent burial whose bodies otherwise would have gone to the potter's field. Those who during the summer season are oarefnlly noting the sanitary condition of Florida in anticipation of a winter visit will learn with pleasure, no doubt, that the health of the State generally has been uniformly good, and that there is nothing to indicate a changt. This is the statement of the State Board of health, and in the absence of contradiction from any source it should be accepted as truthful. There are to-day about 1,000 beet sugar factories in operation in the different countries of Europe and all of them seem to be working with satisfactory profits. In the United States, where the consumption of sugar per capita is larger than in any other country in the world except England, there are only two or three such factories in operation. Hay we not hope that under the system of bonnties proposed by the MoKinley tariff bill, we may see this number augmented many fold and a great agricultural industry placed on a permanent basis. PERSONAL PENCIL ING8. NEWS FROM OVER THE OCEAN Waiting for Lord Salisbury's Eeply of the Behring Sea Dispute. HO FEAB, OF FAMINE IN IRELAND Latest Qosslp About Ton and Tour Friends. Miss Ella Kane and sisters, of this city, are among the picnioers at Nippono Park to-day. Miss Libbie Hogan is visiting In Renovo as tho guest of her sister, 'Mrs. Dr. W. C. Weymouth. John Ott, of Philadelphia, a former resident of this city, is visiting his friends in Lock Haven. G. W. Hippie, Rev. J. A. Wood, Jr., and Mrs. Wood will Sunday at Newton Hamilton camp ground. Dr. George Eadie and family returned last night from a pleasant vUit with friends in New York state. Prof. Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, of Philadelphia, has been spending a few days with his sistar, Mrs, 8. H. Lay, on East Church Btreet. Geo. S. Good has just returned from a visit to Virginia where he seoured a contract for tho completion of ten miles of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. Card of Thanks, Please allow us through tho columns of your valuable paper to thank the good people of this city for their expressions of sympathy and condolence, and for their nntirlng efforts to administer to our wants in the sad beroavemont that has broken the family circle and Uken from us an affectionate wife, mother and daughter. To all we say God bless and keep you without one dark olond to mar your happiness. T. C. Crawford, Mrs. Alice Greek. A Novel Wedding. H. T. Baokus and Miss Glenevieve A. Smith were married at New Haven, Conn., on Monday afternoon. Both bride and groom were attired in bioycle costume, and as soon as the ceremony was over they mounted a taudem and started
ove named streets is as follows: Jones, 3,200; Fairview, 5,800; Peaob, 3,25; Fourth, 3,50; a total length of nearly two miles. When Mr. Jarret's contract is completed the entire water system of the city of thirteen and a half miles of pipe will have been replaoed with iron pipes. There are few cities which have a better water system than Look Haven. Popular Gentleman Teacher. Tbe balloting for the moat popular gentleman teachers at Sloan's furniture rooms is progressing nicely, and ap to last night 2,729 votes had been polled. Following are the names of tbe gentlemen wbo were voted for and the number of ballots east for eaoh: William Snydei..................... 800 W. J. Weaver....................... G20 J. P. Anthony......................592 J. M.Furey.........................471, I. Rumberger....................... 304 W. R. Berry........................ 26 C. B. Kelley........................ 2 Total. .2729 Millionaire Gallagher. The Philadelphia Inquirer of yesterday had the following: Edward Gallagher, a millionaire contractor of Lock Haven, his wife, two children and two nieces, stopped at tbe Glrard House. Mr. Gallagher Is a flue specimen of vigorous manhood and his success lu business Is partly due to bis genial disposition. While Ed may not be a millionaire financially he is a whole-souled, good-fellow, and of more benefit to a community than some twice millionaires. Knights of Malta. On Monday night, August 25th., Alpine Commandery, No. 10, Knights of Malta will be instituted in this oity by Supreme Commander George H. Pierce, of Philadelphia. A meeting of Alpine Commandery will be held next Monday evening at 8:30. A full attendance is requested by the commander. Sunday School Picnic The Sunday school of the oolored M. E. Church pioniced at Sugar Ran yesterday The school was taken to and from the ground on Captain Shaw's steamboat Funeral of Mrs. Crawford. The funeral services over the remains of the late Mrs. Thomas C. Crawford were held yesterday afternoon, at tbe houBe of Mrs. Green, mother of the deceased. There wsb a large attendance of relatives and tho public generally. The pall bearers were George W. Mason, II. T. Jarretr, James W. Clark, John Noble, J. N. Faros-worth and William Reed. The McKeesport Tribune, of the 13th inst., says, "Mrs. Crawford was in the 40th year of her age and her death, although expected, throws a great sorrow upon the bereaved husband and daughters, tbe weight of whioh is almost too heavy to bear, but they have tho sympathy of a groat hott of friends, many of whom are with them in tboir hour of distress and givo solace and administer to their wants. Captain Crawford, the bureaved husband and old soldier, is foreman of the knob-bling department of tho tV. Dwecs Wood company plant, and is a leading citizen, who is favorably known. But two children Burvive the^deceaeed, Miss Minnie, the youngest, and Mrs. Charles MoCaf-ferty, of Bradford, Pa., both of whom Board or Trade Meeting. A regular meeting of the Board of Trade will be held on Monday evening at 8 o'clock and all members are requested to be present. Lock Haven's Street*. The total length of the streets of Look Haven, as shown by tbe city map, ia thiity-three miles. SUNDAY SERVICES. Rev. J. A. Earnest, D. D , of Mifflin-bnrg, will preach morning and evening at the English Lutheran Churoh. Preaching at the Evangelioal ohnrch at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30-p. m. Sunday School at 6:30 a. m. Prayer meeting at 6:30 p. TO. Preaching at the Baptist ohuroh by Rev. 3. G. Reading, of Williamspoit, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday sohool at 2:15 p. m. At Trinity M. E. Churoh-preaching by Rev. J. J. Pearce at 10:30 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Sohool at 2 p. m. Yonog People's society at 6:30 p. m. East Main street M. E. Churoh-Sunday School at 9 a. m. Class meeting at 10:30. Epwortii League at 6:30 and preaching at 7:30. Preaching at Flemington at 10:45 �. �n,......
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