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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                0* J ili? I �>"   -.15'  Vii   !J "S �^'.rU.'^"'^^ ,'gj f-f^V%^' 4% npV |V "--A".*.'. is..^-.   ' . ;;.l��" '-       %\&~r> /% ^ ^ ^ *r  I:. fc.-'i a 1' Effort � [. .i.m hasn't pro' idou ;v ;>;I-' furnished a pretty spectacle. -c-.v :ir the man "ho ha'h n.. I N�: ea*-. in :ro'i?o c it Yoik � thae. in a,' �illation in tho city 'mm WHO to l^'i is v England. Ihv P'in, consider the- grf-si>hopperi h3 wouldu't bo able to get on in the world if he did not jump at every chance. Canada flunks sho wants un agiieul-t-ira* cn-nbine. What sho real!}' wants D fi.nnr>:a,,ou.   And sho will pot it. "W-;.vr sUa.ll it proG: the farmer tV lit can buy a woolen ahirt for a few occUi le."-.-: anr: Irro his mUre dock of sheep ,T ft-ks -.bo rbnrtdtf'iitV.a Inquirer. Ti:?::1,::     ito d>]-ii:;n^ ihc pr of Aiiri^as.   According  t'j tbu  WtcUit� T.:vs\ , (ho natives can got into fho circuf for otic liusbol of com, while last ypar it cot five. Tirr.it" are said to bo po many yachte for Xot York that their total cost w-->ui<] reach  -*rPct ha--e a passion for yachting, ar: ! [!.';':r ipn av.i' doTii*1 in life arf1 rn:iny. iv :;�:':':*'> bp ti'ia'.'^ lit'ci'liji! thn*. do-ba'i- -".i t!;c 'I'ariS b:i:  v. ill ^t.'V'i^rabir and  a      f1 V  ta' Sen:;'.'1 in'mudir;        '-bcriviCt^r STTTRPY ?1XA FOR RrCTVROlUT'i. r -of I'r'^^rl Inn ijul  lciHt >ud tba" will insist upjii bis former potiit .on-that the mow discharge-! ! lit      !\ l"' V'.' rof=.islue to cor/.'!]!]!1 work. All the Lat VI NUS'.Nr POT  I'OL'KKI. 1 GENERAL AP FOREIGN NEWS up ami Viows of ti: 3-00 P. a. (Jit.' .M iHcrllunooua !llix!nri: of Sen?t> Mini N.tn-.nun^o .S '~ tiik value of somu deposits for fertili/.ing, it is m^-M iha'- last year Paris fertilized 1,-00 acres with its sew an-! niade them the most valuable agricultural laud in Europe. Berlin treated 1,000 ?,ores in the same way wiih a like rcsii^.   The sewage  nf the city of �o:i .'rings > -> -,o 00 ". uiocka hi a new business in Now York. Over 1,^00 c'ocks >:>t this kin-', have been placed already iu that city a; a rental of To cents a month. In some oases where -ha time of operatives in a taetory demantlp careful adjustment, an employe of the company visits the place daily and rejr'ilates the clock so far as may bo necessary. Ordinarily the clocks are wound once iu six days, and the. company attonda to that. A S.\>' Fp.ancisco paper assorts, that the fat-bion, or practice, of vrenring �^andon shoes is f>n -be increase in this country and in England. It is averred that by the aid of machinery a really neat and comfortable shoe can bo made so stylish that r.u youutr woman need be ashamed to vicar it for the street. The traditional wooden t.hoe which we have all read ab^n*. was i clumsy, baud made implement of inconvenience and noiao. "ut now, when a dainty maid trips along 'he Greets of a pretty mountain wwn, with h?r little *-;.titers clicking on 'be pavement, it make^ ma:iy i foolish young ri^art beat warmly. am; tor;, �>f ' ritury r of nr.- fields, thorn, 1 to have ne^n expectr'' w .i-the tiin*i�ands of emigrants , st*.'.irmed \w--i the new terri- : mma werr* given [n the world a-; i. his actiiiiiiy cornn to pass, �!v ti.'.i1'; �d th'i ji- ''plL' in that ter-ire in iM'ed nf th": ac'ual reocssities , whi'e twu-thi:ds of -ho f'innera j -.viR-at with which to piaut their These people, went *hcu>, most of iVitli Isttlo else than a few yoke of osou or a pair of hor^r-s, and the wa^un in �which t:i?y rods. Tliey nnw tiud therasolves in actual need. Nothing else could be lonketl for. Xo doubt all of these people could have done much bel!er by rymaininc whi'ro they name from. E''1 tir.STi.v the Ctsr^on County Uemo-crat'c Couvi'iiT.inn did not Huit Editor John I . S!iatTer, of tlie Ilenovo Record, and ho embraces occasion to express liis Roui i-meuts in Ill-linage more forceful than or-d;tt-.: in Thiiisdav's issue of that paper. Here is what he says. un T ntj'- nil. ct|.. ')ttc:H.-frt umo-l   uvTV �1 -.in' of ! 1 hin t'.lP county -n i-rili-ry, c->rnjj'Hcin (-�ilt.-r.-. iumI 'Jrunk(-i; i un pr-nMiiiitnt It >!.t wcitlt ui !):.   national questions he said.   I wish to declare the opinion thai the UniLui! St'-ite � liaB reached a poiLt where jno of its high est dut'es is to enlarge tho arena of forcgi trade.   Under the beneficent policy of pro 1 'Cction  we have developed a votunm o ! maaufaotures wlpob, in many department; t overruns 'he demands of the home market per;t; ) -n tjlC        o{  agriculture, with the on roeuao propulsion given it by our agricu! tural  implcmentfl, we can do far more than produce breads tuffs and provision? for our own  people.   Nor would it bo an ambitious destiny lor so great a country as ours to manufacture only what we.  can consume or 'o produce ov.ly what we cud sat. "Happily the great majority of �..ui" pro pic, without Stric� regard to party lines, bclic-e "hat the results th** AmjrVan ;r-n. pi* fv'">m the ]t ' ,'ctiv^ p:'>".\y h.irf L--"n '.ccalculably l.'er.eiicntit, aggreg'-i^ng a <;uart-Ji of a ccnti.vy of national and individual life wealth bnyond- anything e"er dreamed of before in the history of the world. I do not mention pro'eciou, he cause I iu'eud tj speak in reference there to before this audience. That would a needless, if not un impertinent e'.fort. i merely wish to proclaim its victories "What I mean to speak of briefly is a sys tcm of reciprocity not iu coutl.et with a protective tariff but supplementary ttn-ro- 1 to, and preBCotiug a field of eii'.orptinj "hat wdl richly repay the e:T.':;s and cl.*'g. f :he American people." After citing figures to show that the ; balance of trade with countries south of us � was against us, exceeding our gains from all the rest of the world, Mr. Biaiue said. "Tho inevitable tendency is, I think, w ward an increase of the free list. ' 'ur great mistake was made when we 1-^gan to repeal war duties on so large an amount of imports. Instead of thia course-which I must say was one of carek^suess and wastefulness by both politic.-.I psiv'ues'- every repeal of duty should havi; he>;u preceded by a most thorough investigation, and whenever it was found practicable to export anything from the United States and thus establish reciprocity of trade, it should have been done, but with all *he duties we have thus far repealed it has been a question of whether we should ge* something or get nothing. \Yo have olirr sen with our eyes closed to get nothing. I hope now with our eyen open tltV. we shall in future choose to get, something. i\*e encounter opposition tr* this policy from those, who declare that if we enter !M-.' r�eij)i--ci'y of tr id-- \m-��!.<� �( :in'; and th^iK indirectly bring abou* comjiltte free trade. I don't -ire the. h^'ic of this ;\>m\ 1 vn*i -^re the face Wili not pruv� what is p-vdi  reeiprne';y with  -..... !:atio>,i h'jc'.inse wt Tin 1 advitnt.w;;- m it. *�Ve may ileclinc to en"er into rec.pv-jc'y with another nation because w� s-.-e no ad vantage iu it. "Reciprocity Kintply & i>*/r,':y  :>n may make Or lose torus. Our peoplo �lo not roaIi**e the great fact * hat if specie payment is endangered in this country it is likely to be endangered by our present sysH-m of trade with the Latin American state.*. The few millions of gold ' hat have gone out of this country within tho list tbreo months havo created uneasiness iii certain quarters as to our financial posi tion. !t is very extraordinary that tho loss of these millions from tho b.uiks in all should ho accounted ho serious an event when we have lost a much larger amount during the samt' period from the eondi-tion of our trade with the r-uiiiitncs south tt -is without i .xci-Uip thi' h'!i;.t '.o*t>iva tiou. "When oui inemhiiiit.'' ii.o h.inl'crN corny'm thon.v.igh'.y atpre"!,!*" -J.'h ta-;' u'e shall rocwive itid and inliut ui the reform of our trade from a quarter which tins   far   It. has   been   impossible  to  >�< KILLEI Tif.i \ 'it :i-Ti~ of iii.- Klcotrl ';;k�:;.i:;. , W. Aug At - o'clock this evening a colored man named �Toe Solomor, employed in the Wheeling terminal railway company"*) tunnol, now In course of construction, stepped on tbt wire which supplied the current to tu ston 1^, l'ittsburg 0. *' York-New York 11, Chicago r>. fdklyn -Brooklyn 10, Cleveland V*. ladi'lp!iia--I'h:,;ideii>hia   i;,  Buffalo f rh.. Piilifnlciphlf i n'.eiik'o ntn.)>u 11'!eveiRiel... tituir.uo..... oiiisvtlle... :.. I..mis. AMEI'.ICAN , Woo. Lost. Kaitmi(j[i- Tlie lltiifihftrt ^f>:-tfi -u rhf t;r�:iti Tbt' Sisters wore welcomed by a magnih-ceut house and in turn gave a maguitlceut on tort ain merit. The Misses Leo, Bertie, (Vo'.die and Stella Rinehart were received with marked favor, while tho comedians won a complete victory the first round. I.*."* Kiuehart is "i'.-.-iiut.inl af .-wct't' A ;:-.J       n-' a- tn'aiit ihig furd^of! as t;a> ~ uotten nr n a. readable fori. Jljillnttttii; for ToachurH llcnth of :iu Arim' Lauy-Uoion Veteran Lc(;i�>n-'I'!iey Tl'un' � rri!** Iii hIc'j-'I'Ih! White 1 �i>crco-i he Lulu* a D�f e�* oil -Tiio Welcoino Ti'tie Hrnwli-e Nci'r. 'f ho contest fur the handsome chair which Sloan propuses t j give to the most popular gentleman teacher in Clinton county, increases iu interest as the time draws near for tho polls to closo. V p-wanis of ten thousand ballots have been oast up to 8 p. m. last night and of that nu;nbur Mr. J. l\ Anthony received "j"?'!. There is likely to bo somo surprif-ivi, however, ffh-ui the foial count is made. Tho. following is the roth tor each teacher up to last night: ' 1*. Anthony......................'JOSS ............2500 .............r:ss ..............iti-fr, ...........KC7 ...........  r-i Kay, Kl?:lr- i ringing w;^ Th>' '..�-.mpa:iy is ;' tii'io's aini v/c        ] itig it tt> mir sister on  the :oad.--UUi i'rh. �1 out with new eos-isnre in recommend oh as one of the best Jmrnnl,  Nov, Tin' U.rrf'liiweijirt HHiliMf. Down at Williamsport, according to the >
                            

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