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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                'I�" t illinir ill t til* i I ft 4 NINTH YEAJB-NO. 1 r>*>. LOCK HAVEN, FA.. TIIUKSDAY. SEl*TEMJ5EK J. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING^EXFEESS RlN.SLOfi BKOTIIEKS - - - I�U�LISHKI-S CURRENT COMMENT. A Wu'lilTA, Kansas, pi ophelcim'.i-dently fixes Novernboi 19-is the d;da fci the cad of the world . This is good uov. s for people whoso noU't. full duo on rhe liOlh. An oifort u� separate tho small boy and the cigarette is being made iu T^ew York in deference to tha law oq the subject. As it requires a^polictunan to every boy, however, tbo chances are against tbo success of the measure. The Uouee Committee on Territories voted to recommend that tbe Uoubo sen i a committee of seven to New Mexico an I Arizona fo inquire into the fitness of tho* 3 Territories for admission of States, and ri -port at tbe nest sDBBion of Congress. JF this is neQessary, of what use are the census returns-.'_ Ib tbo national game of base ball pass' lug out o* pnbVio lavor? It would seem so when an audience of only 200 gathers to witness a game between two National League clubs. A. year or two ago thou* ands would have been in attendance oc suob a game. It loots aa it base ball baa seen its bpst days and was uow in ft rapid decline._______ X coy?.^" has \>eeu formed in Loudoi which will establish a series of restaurant: all over that aity whore horse tle8b disbe-will b3 3ervod, juBt as they arc iu Parit and Berlin, tf the nations, of Kuropt were uot prejudiced against our bog pro ducts we would send them this excellent meat at lower prices than their people will be compelled to pay for the tlesh of broken down and diseased hordes. B\ law, Congressmen cannot draw pay for services when they are absent from their duties in the House. If tbia law was ouforoed, as it should be, we would bear no further complaints of there being no quorum in tbat body from day to day. Why is it thai this most, excellent law is not invoked in tbe interests of the public business, which for montna has been retarded through absenteeism? TriE Philadelphia Times, seized with the spirit of. prophecy, indulges iu an enthusiastic- editorial in which it declares that if the election vrere to be hold to-day Dela-mater would be defeated by 50,000. It goes over the State reducing Republican majorities and magnifying the Democratic vote, until it has aohieved a great victory for its Democratic friends-oo paper. But we judge that tbe lime* is a false prophet. The story of 3laud 3IuUer in act ual life, with the* romantic turn that so many people have wished it might have, is reported f/om a German village. The local judge married his Maud and took ber from her bay-field to his luxurious home. He was seveuty and she wsb eighteen, She bad never b.en in a town before and naturally did not l:nov how io act in citified ways, while her beauty attracted many admirers. Within ii short time the Judge got insanely jealoos and made bia young wife miserable with his restrictions and reproaches. Alter chey had been married sis months the Judge, while showing hi� pictiue gallery to florae visifurs, c.i.t," suddenly "pon his wifo hapgintr lifeless from a curtain polo. Sh-j bad put ou her wedding dress, piuiibd u paper to it saving tbat her hut-band'B nuapicjons made her life unbearable, and then hanged herself. Whittier'a way of ending tbe romacoe was tbe beat one, after ail. I.i\_�> Making in f ennnylvanla-There ?& a lace factory in Wilkesbarre, in this State, and It is proposed >.o build another i\nd a still more extensive one in Soranton by a Nottingham firm. It will start with 400 bands, soon to be increased to 2,000. Before the Wilkesbarrc mill was j-u' up England had a monopoly of lace TBiabs by machinery. There are ia toe counties of IMiby, Nottingham and Loieesfel, co !cs-> than 282 factories, and It is eHtit lated tbat nearly 50,000 persou-3, mostly women, aie employed. Those are the mo*- intelligent and prosperous of Knglish toilers. For several years the American protective tariff baa been operating agv.inst the English lace toanufac turers. The factory at Wdfcesbarre, therefore, has -done a larger and larger Lmsiuens. W& CHAM RIIMf The Terrible Oonscxiuenco of a Drunktn Mxis' Onr'.essnesE in Pliiltvlelphin,. THS RESULT or A LAK? E�r_08lLi';.d dircc; fit l 'ow for School. Ou uvxt Monday morning the school boll� will ring out after long r>i!cnco to eaU the pup^s oj our puhlic school': from play to work, from refreshment to labor, and there will be "hurrying to and fro" amongst the suu browned girls aud boya �jf the city. h:atchol� will agaiu be brought im o re . Brooklyn-Brooklyn 13, Boston 4. Altoona- *ew YoTfc-r?ew York 11, Buffalo "3 I'biladelphia-Philadelphia 10, Pittsburg Washington-! Exhibition game) Chioa go y, Brooklyn 5. ,\MEHTCAS AS^uClATIOX. Philadelphia-Athletic 4, Louisville 10. Baltimore-Toledo 4, Baltimore UoehcKtet-Uoche*tor 1, Columbus *y Syracuse-Syracuse 5, St, Louis 3, Ho-ton........... f iiilJUl9J�hlA.., -StmultDK of the Cluhn, NATIONAL LEA'.ILE. Won. Lo�t- HrMton... Brooklyn........ New Yurfc....... PmisdetphlH... 1'LAYERS Won. Lost. (.'Ijica^o..... N>�- York. Cleveiand., i'ltwDurg.. LEAOfE- Wun. Lost. ......til    4s ......It ......1!' Chicago...... I'ltusburg... i.'leveland.. EUiimio....... , Lost, ii american ASSOCIATION. LouUvtUe..... .St. Louis....... KocbesLur.,... ijolunibns..... 'Toteiio . ! Athletic..... Won. Loftt. The Festival. Tho ladies of Trinity M. HI. church will hold au iae orcam festival on Charles Kreamer's lawn, corner 2d and Church atreeta Friday evening, Sept. 5tb, commencing at eix o'clock. Tbe lawn will bo tastefully decorated with Chinese lanterns, booths, etc There will be various attractions, of quo we will make Bpeciai mention-tho guitar and mandolin club will furnish music during the evening. Ano'her feature will be tho sale of Laed-lines celebratod Williamsport ice cream, Tho public are cordially invited to be present. Funeral ur Will hi in Murphy. Th.! Inner;.I of William Murphy, o! Parraiicisvtlle.tuok place this forenoon and was hugely attended, many of tbe neighbors .and fj ieiids of the deceased accompanying Lhe remains to this city where the seiviccs were held. The funeral procession moved fiom tbo Clinton avenue station to the, Water titreot CatboVio Church and from tbence to the Catholic cemetery where interment was made. UfipHvf*t�d the Audience. The Hinehart ttistoru wore again greeted with a large aud delighted audience at the Opera Douse on Tuesday night when they rendered "The Waif's Luck" in a manner whioh delighted tho audience, judging from tbo frequent rounds of applause given them. Two of tbo sisters, Stella and Leo, captivated tbo audience.-8t. Joseph, Mo., Daily Herald, March 7. 11 ut Thny tirlnri Exceeding Slow. From the Wa*liingtou Post. 2B"Do yo think tbat dgareltas kill people who suioke thorn'.'" asked a youth, as ho pufled the smoke from quo into a Congressman's face. "Yes," replied the old gentleman. And then ho added in a sad tone, "But very, very slowly." recuperated   for  tbe  labon-: � term p!:-ict:fj aii'i reati.y  f the  nyw Msi'onsi'oln A Hnmiuer SU'iwHl (lo With It. Kroin tliuLow-cIJ Clitzen. Wife-I don't think wu'd botttr build Kvcrytbin;t is so hi^h. What it it now:1 :ci>   i;:   ad vet1 ttfement  of T''i 'oi  In. From Lbi>.llee. First I'-oy (to second hoy, who has been Sighing)-Cath anything? Second Boy-I haven't been home yot. l.j h,-h �,'.:n: he.-.: :i:.d !-.-..:, the initial gr:*'!e thn grndnatijjg cia.'-t �'� offers ail tlio modern facilities for obtaining a good English education. As a rule, it has good school buildings well supplied with the necessities of the school room, it v .uum o 'io you thiii' boi:rOun-]n � � .'ti a uii;iit of rtt(*'.is .il tut ilo!'.t;y tf.is eor^c'criibly ] ir juries �'-u> � 0i!i.,.ii.;jy ij fallii-.t tiisr-fl, but Hfl �oe� St might Up aii'.l Down, anil Stt Aronnd the Trunk. Krom the Scientific Anieriran. While exploring in search uf ferns deepn�d ibiokly wooded ravine with U I ticcs abovo on either side and underbiusn almost entirely shutting out the light of tbo sun, aud rendering the place cold and damp, yet almost stilling for want of a circulation cf air, I suddeuly came upon a common blaoksnake about four feet in length, sticking fast to the side of a tree. My first impulse was to atop short and see all I could before- he ftbould take fright and drop, but after watching him until tired I btgan to try to disturb bim thinking ho would let go and drop, as hid head was but six feet above the grouuO.. This he did not intend to do; it was no^ his style of doing business, as I afterward became convinced. Nor would he move until all the sticks and stones at band bad been thrown at him; but one, however, touched him about the middle, oansing him to loosen from tbe tree about one foot of his body, which be carefully replaced. Tbe tree, 1 should state, was a cottonwood about fifteen inches In diameter, with the ordinary rough bark common to this tree, very perpendicular aud straight, and with a distance of about thirty-five feet to the first limb. Failing to hit him further, I next cut tho lougoBt stick near me (about ten feet), and get tins* ft \itt\o ciosBr by climbing upon a fallen tree top, I tried to touch him, but the limbs settling down with my weight, put me again out of reach, I climbed the steep hillside, and came down directly in front and within six feet of him, where I staod for some time taking a more aeourato survey. 1 found him in almost a perpedioular position, but with very short and abrupt curves in a number of places. Tbe straight places in his body were fitting very closely in the conjugations in the j bark for six or eight inches at a stretch, and taking advantage of every offset in these conjugations, both to the right and left, yet with no intention whatever, to encircle the tree, which could have been easily done by a snake of his si/.e. After a long examination and study of these traits I at last resolved to make him do something, so I touched bim gently with my stick, when he began moving bis entiro length, first turning his head downward. He carried his head aud some three or four inches of his neck erect, as if crawling on the ground, and picked out a route down the tree, not more than six inches from where the rest of his body was going up. Uo lost no advantage be bad already possession of, and taking things very deliberately he thus gained the ground, not moving the length of bim sell in less than one minute. I tbus bad before, me the very rare spectacle of a snake climbing both up and down a tree at the same time. I have no doubt but that he could have gone to the very top of the tree just ob woll as six feet, and have come down as well had be so desired. I do not think his object was to sun himself nor to catch birdu, as the dead tree tops close by offered a bet'er petition for cither, hut *o get in a position to catch Hies, io which the place abounded, probably attracted by tbo coolness of the glen mi a very hot July day. SPEAKER REED IN BOSTON' He Delivers an Address on Political Issnf s at Faneuil Hall. KEPUBLIOATf   P0LI0Y   IS   KIGHI Uptiiovtnjf n Lnuil Murk. The old Washington furnace in Porter township has been torn down aud in a few days not a stone will be left to mark, the spot where it stood. The iron is being shipped away and the stone used for building purposes in Nittauy Valley. Harry Was the Prenser-f-'rom ilic Chicago Tribune. "Mabel," said her mother, "unless you have pressing business this evening--" *'I haven't, mamma," interrupted Mabel. "This is George's evening. Harry doesn't oome till to morrow night." A !Ia*e lilt, At Any lttue. From the Cincinnati Gazette. Pupa-I understand that in the game of ball yesterday you hit tho ball three times with precision. Sammy (confusedly)--K-no, not with precision, pa; with a bat. A Base Hit, HtAuy ItHte. From (Me finduuntl Oezolle. Papa-1 understand that in the game of ball yesterday yon hit the ball Ihroe times with precision. Sammy (confusedly)-X-no, not with precision, pa, with the bat. a Cnld  Fundi, �tt to $p�*k. fc'vom vWfc I'lU&burn Otumtele.' The milk dealer gets a milk shake every time a customer transfers his patronage to some one else. KurJcU   t "otordHy. The funeral of Montgomery QuJggle took place at Wayne yesterday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Joseph Nosbttt. Ihc Aninuil liirpectiim. The annual inspection of th? Lock iia-\.:u lire (h'i-r'.rta'jut tvil! l>!> m^'ic SauudLiy evt-ni:;^-   Tu; .-nxurben1 v, ill ..tet'L at the .;';,!!-'. tur;i'.'.- i".v,uo :>.t " 'Vo'.h:!;. '�V. V  T. V, l\'>iivsntiiiii- Mini:a', eouv^uitou. uf the W. T. t . ui Cliiit:iij eoni,'y wll by beiu in Keno-vo Thursday :tud rV:'.'ay. t^-'.eiiibei llth n nd 12th. Vming UepuUYlcrtua Hectins. A meeting of the Young Republican Club will be held in the office of John B, Myers, Esq., to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Tho Speaker of (he Huns a Exjirtwftes BIh ^ratification nt tfie E�prepi*lao or the People In Support of EUt"�vlf aad Associates-It Shows That tbe Strength of the Jiutlon Is the Sir* rigtti of the people. iiusTON, Sept. ii.-Speaker Reed, who is on his way to Maine to participate in the political campaign in that State, ad dressed a large audience to-night at Fanui I Hall. It waB a very enthusiastic gathering, and Mr. Reed was given a rouaing welcome. He expressed gratification With the reception given him, saying it was a great satisfaction to any man to know that the people of the United States were behind his associates and him. Any amount of individual courage may be greatly strengthened by tbe addition of the courage of other people.' Tbe strength of the nation ib the strength of its united people. What terrifies wrong-doers is the union of good men. Continuing he said: All progress id over the ruins of old institutions. Men are en trenched behind the use and want of ttiBir lives, and being so entrenched fight desperately against any one who carries the breast works, and if you look at some of tho newspaper headlines you will see what the feeling of some gentlemen were whose entrenchments were being carried. It is amazing to notice tho history of the Hoo.se of Representatives and of Congress, to see how in detail it carried out the principle that when things are to be done the Republican party does them. the democratic btbl'^gle. The greaf struggle which has been made by the Democratic House for years has been not to be economical in the expenditures of the Government, but to out down the sum total of the appropriations. They have been striving in every way to pile up a surplus, not merely by taxation but by parsimony in their action in the expenditures of money. So long aa they could point to tie clogging of business which results from the storing of money in the Treasury they seemed to be happy, but now they are busily engaged in showing that the snrplus has disappeared. They are unable to be contented either with a surplus or without one. There is no doubt but what tho expenditures of the Government are are about to approach its recoipts, hot extravagance. Any man would make a mistake if he believed that it 'was in any way the result of extravagance or carelessness with the public money that a dollar has been appropriated by ehber House which does not carry upon it the stamp of tbe necessities of the Government, and nobody who does not carefully consider this matter aan ever realize tho righteous action of tho Rspnblioan party iu both nouse and Senate, and how much it has cost them to be economical in a true aud proper sense. There has been advertisement broadcast of this surplus, and every human need and want has been det together to try to get money out of the treasury for other than publij purposes, but not ono of thetlo schemes has been successful. All the expenditures have been legitimate, just, and 1 proper. Wo shall expend nearly our in-oome. We shall also reduce taxation to tho cxteDt of $30,000,000- A Hutlly Sotted Negro. From the New York ilerhlil. Tho sergeant behind the desk in tho East Oue nundied and Twouty-Sixth Street Station last night waa startled by the appearance of a darkey who rushed up to him, exclaiming; "There's a dead man in my collar in a oofUn, and the people in the house oau't stand the smell." Further iitiorauco was choked with gasps for breath as the frightened man held tu the desk railing for support. lie gavo his name as Anthony Johnson, janitor of the flat No. 230 East One Hundred aud Twouty-third street, and said that the people iu the house had noticed a bad odor iu the house for some time, and that he made up his mind to tlnu out tho cause of thestench. Tracing (.be odor t-.i the coal bin belonging Lo the third flat on the lei* side ho forcod open the door, aud nearly fainted upou seeing on the iloor a coffin, frooi which eutuo au overpowering odor. Ho ran fo the st:itiou-bouso as fntst as he coui:;. '.i\-i'\L-n Pi .oo and Mo'  w oit. put on thi: cam', aud tuny followed the j.ie-g;o to tht iiat T'..^j 'h^y fcuud the coi-f.i\. I. u.r^vvif.g \,\,-~ i;fl, they were horrified to ihi' vf * y - hair. (niiPtnohe ��!:! � 'li^r,--.. Xo >e.p hud bee, i'-: t**;e collar h;\ long tl�ue. Jiilmsou had hv.' e I^tUjrson,   t.:<;l luv out ill:-1! it *vas to gu*. list in. "ivsl!' ::i , Si.'['t. 8.-.4 special Acuj Gini.ville, ;V , Tin stiiWs on tho PiLt.^ur^, ^'i:c:;:i:^o :irui l.'i'c--. Kria vtviU rur."! rtfasi-d ts go :a �v.-tk today and Taa Hob White* ;.te �b'ai'.liii�. Sinus of autumn are appearing. The golden rod is blooming. Melons are plenty.   

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