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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania " 6'.!.', ".J.'. sgpSPS- ii.4).k rP:! f NINTH YEAK-NO KM. LOCK HAVEN, I' ATUKDAY. SEPTEM1JE1? (>. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS KINSLOE BUOTHEKS - - - I'Ul'.LISHKKS CURRENT COMMENT. "YoiM't Morrunu women are pledging the him* I tv*." not ' > \ p-'lyu-tmi*;;.-. l>o t.Iit-v iiit-'ii'i i'� [�'�tn.iiM v>mu1( Tiir. woman w1kiv> '. .-.-j't 'n;:.- �v;:h aw-icip'i^o-j, at the K,i]] bomiot ''mm. ?� jtn'.:,-' li" very ulil, :>r vcrv tt.j!y. (iii.tii:u;, of operat '.* fume, ii >s wt; i glory and lucre at the same time. Thi.t muoh hits been proved by the evidence in the D'Oyley Carte sr.i'e. Till- tariff issue between France and the ljuited States is one of swine and wine. If this couutry will import France's wiue, France will admit its swiue, The census of lSiKi shows tha' Vermont has lost population siuce 1830. The He-publicans are migratiug to the West and helping the causo in the now States. Enough will remain however for all practical purposes. Tiir Erie l>its�>ztch puts it thus: The Democratic veterans in Pennsylvania pro pose this year *-0 vote as they Bhot. That being the case, the Scranton platform should lose no time in p-tting out nt th" range. Two Giiis in St, Laborious, VA, cl�in:�i. the same man, and one sold out her inte rest in him for 6700. All of which show that the tendency of thin money-making aga is to weigh the vaiuv, of a sigh am lo^o letter in a grocer's scales. The question in Congress of tiie removal of General Grant's remains from River side to Arlington will go ever to the next session, owing to the operation of the House rules. This will give New York an opportunity 'o show how earnest it is in its promises *o respond to public opinion on the question of removal. The Now York Iitrail, says: "Colonel McClure himself made the experiment in 1S72, and his canvas blr.zed with the grievances of men no less renowned than Horace Greely and Andrew G. Cnrtin. The Colonel is philosophical enough to admit that even his gouius could not save that campaign from being the most disastrous in political histoiy. It will be so again, unless the leaders of the Democratic party in Pennsylvania are true to their own convictions. The bellowing of the oranks, whom CDlonel MoClure extols with ostentatious adoration, will cause no more heed than the ctoaking of bo many frogs in the pond.'' A FEAST FOR THE FLAMES. It Cost* M* iMUi and 1* S� f in I'hiU- rini.AiJEi.i'HiA, Sept. b.- A ihe to-night completely gutted the building ucoupied by the Pyle-Knodlo Banking Company, on Eighteenth street, below Market. II. K. Mnlford, manufacturing chemist, occupied a portion of the second tloor, and it was in his laboratory Mia' the fire originated. Several small Ureas, occupying adjoining buildings, were partly burned out, and the fire spread to a building on the south side of M'irl-'et at reel, i--it t -..:!: v des-'roying::. The total loss on the bui'.dings i.nd t-.'oek of the various tirras, is estimated n" 000, partly covered by insurance. The Farmers Me-Hlnjj;. At the meeting of the CUuton County Agricultural Society at Mackeyville lam night the following committee was up-pointed to decide how many Farmers' Institutes the sooiety will hold this season and also the time and place for holding them. The Committae are lb. -I. M. I)u:nm, Ua^'-i L.Stamm, I- T. Lundy D. C. G: *b Ih-.a-- \lu^\ H. '." :i;>---ey G->_.;gf:'J. ')nv\ M.ipi-b t night in which �ev. eral 'uvenile un�inbcrs of the company Vi.>tr enii.-pi.'.mis pints. The audience wan ireitcd Ik any ami>M!it of dancing and �iTERSELY TOLDMPPENIFJS. Aii :iie Lato News ami Viow* of the- Ulty Up to 3:00 P. M. U1; I'LUL' ;o USi; A f.-i'Lt"!AL CA. TIic White llD i-r IV.MiU U'im-.um .1 i r Everj'l'uily .n the tiintcns ^ptinn" mi I The 3- l*i it pope 'o Ki-nmtn I' n: ,1 Oi!� -liyr I>Dtttt itn Shart* I.i-n-.o-T.�l-. 1 nc Til ' i*r�; ut. Washim.-iun, Soli, i.- The !'residi:ut, .Mrs. Harrison and iVvule ^ecre.t.wy Ha'.-ford left Wa.'.hiugtou this morning at 10:-50 o'clock via Pennsylvania railroad U>: Crcsson, 1'a. They occupied a special ca: attached to the New York and Chicago Limited Express. The i'rusident expects to remain at Cressou until October 1st, but his stay there will bo governed by the proceedings of Cougress, as it is his pur-poso to be back in Washington at least 'en days before it adjourns. He, has ao cep:ed an invitation to attend a reuniou of the Army ot the Cumberland at Toledo, Ohio, on the lTth instant, but dees notes pect to be absent from Cre^son on tha ccras'on mor;.1 than tvo or three d.iv-i. C :(;n. S^pt. ' -T!ie i're.-iUL'Ui ;a party arrived herethis �vcn:i: ; f'om Wwh ir^' Th-* *'r^f'.:dent doc.Iined to use flu special oar tendered by th*-. Pennsylvanh lVa:l;"oad Company, and the family inadi the entire trip i'i the ordinary way in a section of a parlor oar. The President was somewhat fatigued during (he early part of the journey, but revived perceptibly upon uearing Altoona. At Cresson the Presidential party was welcomed by nearly all the residents of 'be place. The President is suffering sumewbaf from ovu: work, but expects that the bracing mtuiu tain air and a few days' rest will rest-ire him i j perfect health. IIOfSE ri.EA5l.Vl while .ilhv'lii: >. W \>iiin-<,7ovi S?pt. -During absence of t he executive househot Ciesson, the While IIuu:if will he � Highly i!ve:h:t ::t'd ;md e\'en?:vc re, made. New nhwi-jii^ will belaid, blue room will be re-decorated in an artistic manner, and several other rooms will also be ornamented. The east room and several other apartments, will be redecorated, carpeted and otherwise fitted up. The outside of tho building will bo painted for the first time in four years, and eight huudred incandescent lights will be put in. BAM' HALL BKCOHU, t.NF.. the Tim th� course of �� It. i the evening, a ��icellent specia, L\i^i>r.\v,eed, 'n' >. ' t:h. iCOTTiS UP IN A READAIitE fOEM ALOE. Till! SlMilllU fonsUli-ts i lie TrtrlU i:ui(h thu Fri*i' I-iei. W.\.-iiiVi r.is, i^ept. ').-The proposition nfSciutor \ est U� put lumber on ihe free list whs rejected. Mr. Plumb's amendment making hides oil the free list was also rejected, yeas, 1 "\ nays Ou. The committee amendment putting mica on the free l:st was not agreed to, and tho duty of o5 percent, advalorum is retained. A motion \>y Mr. Ouay to take quiuiuo oil the free li**t was defeated, yeas 15, nays Tlie Thro** OrtrtU'l/Ht ionn *iri irtij to flat**. i ':tf hbtirg-H: nijklyn- -H. -New Yuik it, IJiuok ri.AVKIts' LF.AO- E. liontun -Pn,iadi;lphia 5, Boston Brooklyn-Brooklyn N.jw \'..rk � Syracuse-Syracuse Pi. >t. of Ihe 4 \L I.Kao Paragraph 7P>, placing tin ore and tin on the free list was amended on motion of Mr.AHrich by adding the words "unti! .l.i-iuary 1. P^'-, hut not 'hereafter.' 'his ended tho consideration of the frci iist. Mr. Aldrieh gave notice of ai a ^undu.em imposing a -luty after Jauu.ir; ;, i--1,, of fin; cents per poniid on blacl-u- >f fir -tru1 on b;ir blor k and pi*," A Seer t. At 'ho opening of 'he month be prophesitd cool nights, followed from '-id Tl> 7th with stormy conditions, '.'o'd weather will follow in the .spurn's waU'- until September lOtli, when a warm periu-l may bj locdced fur. Pp to the d i-tortuy weather is to be expected, and just before that date a heated spoil is prupbesied The tnouth will close cold a::d s'.M-my. .Mr. IPck.- 'liinks that wiuter h outs w :11 :-orne caj � y, and that the season be >t'*v nun.h more stvc.e :inr, last I* r iiiiar v f. if( t ion� 1"- > iUli 1 - The Itepubiicau primary elections in the c.'y and eoun'y for dfiegates to the Republican county Couv�utiou will be held this afternoon and evening. In this city the hour for holding tho elections will be from 7 to b o'clock. Vigilance committee will make a return of the delcgatas to County Chairman Mai one on .Monday. The mimberof delegates to bo elected in ths different wards nf -b'- city are as ful-!��*�>: i'';r-; war>l .'. ^-.'i.'Ld ward S. Third P...nth v. ard '>. Ji Ai tlic upersi ITousr L*-r Niyht The i'nr-tHpt Cur the *'h�ir-.M�etinff ��' UiO *'M; School r.oiinl-Tho Mionlin^ Mu>-t .Stop]�e'l -1 nippH luii nt i he Fire IH--pnrt infill. There aro two salien; pjiutn in favor or ( he Floy Crowell company now filling u weeiPfi engagement at the Opera House tLa: have not l�cen referred to as yot in these columns. Firstly, the plays produced aro new to most of tho theatre goers of Lock Havou. Thoy have not been worn thread-bare by indifferent companies or hackneyed through the country under various titles to the utter disgust of an unsuspecting public. Within our knowledge, none of the plays havo ever been seen in this oity, and wo should like to know whero another repertoire company could be found that could fill a week's engagement bora without putting on some � lung ' ;-at bad been seen here ircouentl} DviJ'ore Secondly, the dramas are ol f> higher grade- than the general run, ant1 not a look, act or gesture has boon observed that the most exacting or conserva-.ive puniwu Cuuid object to. The play last night wa.; a farce comedy, �u:; '; d 'Three Marriageable Daughter^" aii-i :;avc the same uuivcrsal satisfaction as rhoso of the previous evenings. To night is positively the last appearance of this company, when the great sensational play of "Xeok and-Neek" will bold the boards. P abounds in startling climaxes, thPHing escapades, surprises and effects and will provo an excellent Saturday night bill, Secure seals without delay, as the house will be packed. M:ss Crowell has become a decided favorite in this community, and we will impatiently await i ho time that brings j her to Pock Haven again. i Tin* Ci�n*.r*t (ot lh� 1'hnir. 'P.! b.J! u for ihe- m is*, p-'j'^i^r gen-tea.-!]i.i Coa^m oounty is pro :iig d ly by d-.y, and as the timo draws near for tho contest to end tho in to rest of both toacho-= pupils and patrons of the schools increases. John P. Anthony, principal of the First Ward schools continues to load with Mr. Snyder second in the race. The polls will close on Saturday, September at S p. m. Fullow-i the list of to.iihers who are in tho '.-,t thu;t far and the number uf ballots > Wreck a Train mi iht K. Y. Csiilral. ftUEWAiU) f01! TM'U'i AV!:i:.;V ii M ALLIANCE AGAINST Tliu JlV last tngi.L i Ladies1 Ai.1 it waw field, wil. above expenses M. ocier.; Church lieci.'Shiui aitair. The under whose auspices i/.e a nice sum over and , Snore. ball club, Mau..-!d!e, I*-'- i.u the lorning .'ets^v P.ll^tO l!r�)"J. N i s w AMI.U'C Wo-i. Klght ^1 ho ISuricI hv Aiiit: on tin- free li.s!. "VVo tb'iik ^o rail" er,*' satil ^tella. *'I i-k Plia VU....L h o. lib lift. P y a v �� < � $ ji.accd hind ol o'.ir new mmis-!io a good sjieakei Mions aro rathet , handsome nud un- ;d 11ir- papei the !' Ai.Ihony . iliain Snvdoi.. , P Weaver.. J P liuniherger.. . M. Furey. I \V. ii. Peny. . . C. Ii. Kelb .4Pt:i . .:;i77 .. P^s . .127o . 11 � u* Total. .lilOti Kleh Corporation? Couthine in iii: Agree menl KespLTtiny SirHieH. PiTT^ni it.-;, Sept. 5- A number of tb<) richest corporations in the country havo formed an alliance against strikes. Among tho corporations which aro members of the combination are the Wustinghouso systom, both in tho city and elsewhere; the Vale Lock Company; Colt Arms Company, and four or five other big factories in Connecticut, and presumably the Pullman interests. The compact agreed to says that in case a strike ocours to enforco unreasonable demands, whether the strike be against ono or all of the associated factories, all work is to ocase. Tho strikers are to bo allowed to remain idle nutU they sea tit to returi to woik, and no factory is 'o employ am workman who may have loft, another fac tory on a strike Tho institutions named omploy bctweei. �"''.',000 and 'iO,009 workers. It is olaimec by theFO manufacturers that the action of their workers has forced the alliance. A Oreat Storm in th
were Messrs Klapp, Israel, lirid :C nf Ui' ��aph'ca m won!-error. inse a biundei yet rtonii: j ar sai.irtness ; Wisen �u U H'll, the nitee rep'-rte- S:inon Scolt -*'i2 I". .!. Fox fiOPiiD; \V. Pdle;-, P'-'pP. 'i were grant"d aniei in the repott. K,-por!s were received .iver, Tli foil-. with P'�. b \M1. i Uid.1 M trloek, i Pmatice iving bills P. liOveland ; Isaac Miller S. Ilaker pJP-Uiitman rt�.tP. i the amounts people. Ai.iianv, N". Y., Sept. P-T e suouue-section ol the Montreal Express on the New York Central and Hudson Kiver railroad was wiecked ut about midnight last night, as auuounced in a brief dispatch from this poiut, four miles south of Green.-hush by the dastardly work of some unknown fiends. Fortunately no loss of life or serious injuries resulted although 03 passengers were on the train. The train consisted of an engine and eight sleeping cars. When the engine struck the obstruction the whole train was thrown from the track. The first sleeping car containing twenty-two passengerB slid down the embankment and came to a stand still on its Bide Tho second coach turned a complete som ersault and landed in the ditch bottom up Iu this oar was only one passenger, Mrs. Jonkias, of 3rooklyu, the conductor cud port.*.. Mi.-?. .lenkms --rye. badly frightened, but not seriously hurt. The third car was thrown directly across the ditch. Tho other live cars did not leave tho road. On receipt of the nows of the accident Superintendent Pdssell loft hero with a re-liol train. On making an investigation as to the cause of the wreck Mr. BiBsell found a rail jammed into the cattle guard, and wedged with timbers aud securely held by the tish plates, the whole arrangement being placed in a slanting position so as to lift tho train clear off the track, Continuing his investigation Mr. Bissell found a similar obstruction on the south bound track a little above where the other obstruction was found. All the paesen-geis were brought to Albany on the relief train. Third Vice President Webb has telegraphed Superintendent Uissel that he has offered a reward of 65,000 for the detection and conviction of the persons who placed the obstruction on the track. ternately t'non^h the Tist of names. In this case A selected his name and then eoufenvd w.ih B (.md vice versa) about j'Ui ;ing n iu the wheel and so through tha entire drawing, the two acting In conceit instead of each for himself as tho law contemplates. TJih Commissioners had been ins11 ucted io ihu mM i jr but acted as t hey did in oulei 1 i t i.llly t III! best lUlUlCS JQ 'he wheel-j'.nd eertainly nn better jury was over drawn in this county-but it wtkd irresubu. IN AN OCEAN RACE. -].;d* differ r\1 rotig letttir 'u oi letter ui^j-i-iced, ;i�ov ;.it: >;^c !,bev e'".ibl sj.el! thai word right i-.nd they are happy ;o: whole day, uud \ go armndtothc uoighbois and show them a wortl that \* spellnd wrong, \ "tmtf Keim1''- rmi� in .S^islnn. There was an enthusiastic meeting of the Young Kepublicin Club last night, at the otlioe ot Messrs. Clougb Myers. The tudaneo ruber �! � club. Piol. � ii' says the Lake oy i�iji..k oi ptpe u.-c i '.m iidj'.j; �.���u, pressed air for the power drill.'' ftotti Have thetr Sleeves DolliO Up. O i ii Orc.ii it11, ile., Sep*. �"> - Spfakt.r Heed came from Porilaud To ' i1 1 0;.;hard this afternoon iuk! later ;tddri'- '-d a tneei-ing of 1,500 people ou the camp ground i. the Federal Election bill. Mr MeKin'.ey ppoke, mi the '-ar.fi' question. U iiytuan .S�!n1enct*rl to KliTt rorul inn (P'.NK-'.Lii, X. Y , Set r j-The jury in thi* "av: of S:in>':el '.Vaynian. -Pter ;m nil e.t there were p.c- menib-'r- t >r delegates 1 L'ue, m PhilaOe iv: re*"up.e ..�"�v.-:ng as dc. Fji#t Colon Paeille ,M�ll. Or.df.s, Utah, Sept. o.-The special fast mail on tho Union Pacific, which left Ogden this forenoon, is reported to be a complete wreck about forty miles eastof hero. A wrecking train with three doctors aud an unusual number of stretchers has just left the L'nioQ depot for the soeno. It is thought to bo a very serious affair but the railraad officials are mum. An tb'*" >wiKli i�D and Texas road at Cau.-.y, Kansas, by the disconnection of 'he switoli by some i nkuowu persou. The eng.nccr and four t:.r.iip.-. Wtio rpp.iPed as kiliod and tiie ' reiniiu i"**:i!di,d faliily. Six ears of hogs were killed and IS oars of grain burned. ltit the Kxcentfoner. Pahis, Sopi. r-.-The murderer Savery snllered the pr-nalty of his crime yesterday morning at Moutreiul, where he was guillotined. Just as Urn kniie was about to descend Savery turned his head aud inflicted a severe bite on tho executioner's baud, in like manner as the notorious" Tiopman, who mutdeied a 47bote family, �Y.u jjine 01 ten ye-xvu ago. Th* Cily of New Tork aud Teutonic Aj;aio Try ConrlDAlonM. New Yi uk, Sept. 5.-Another raoe between the White Star line steamer Teutonic and the City of New York of the Lumau line, was atarted off Queenstown Thursday afternoon. There were only fifteen minutes between the racers at Roohe's Point. The City of New Tork was timed there at 2:45, and the Teutonic at 3 o'clock. Cable dispatches Bay there is muoh bettttng among the passengers of the two ships. Each is crowded to her full capacity with returning tourists. The City of New Yrork has 521} first oabin passengers, 180 second, and H50 steerage, and the Teutonic has 300 first cabin, 1?5 second cabin, and 1,000 steerage passengers. Among the distinguished people on the White Star boat are Sir George 3. Badena-Powell, member of the House of Commons, Horace Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M, Depew, Sir Frederick Frankland and Archbishop Corrigan. two hum REConna. The steamship Xormannia, of the Hamburg line, which passed Sandy Hook at 5:30 p. m., last Thursday, arrived at Southampton yesterday, making the passage in 6 days and 21 hours. The fastest time on record to Southampton was made by tho Columbia of the same line in November last, in 6 days, IT hours and 3-t minutes. The White Stir steamship Kritannio, which held tho record of 7 days and 10 hours thirteen years ago, beat this, hor best performance, on tho trip sho completed at tjueenslown yesterday, having crossed in 7 days, 2 hours and 25 minutes. Tilt' i1f-TS ON THE GREYHOUNDS. With the recollection of the last outward race still fresh in their minds, and that home again between the rival greyhounds, the excitement among the passengers of the two boats rnus to fever heat, and a groat many bets have been mad a, not only by them, butby other people who aro interested in the result. Burchell In Lack. Wood3TOckp Oct., Sept. 5.-It is reported that Miss Smith of Eastwood, the most important, witness for the Crown in the Beuwell murder case, has mysteriously disappeared. Colonel Benwell, father of F. C. Benwell, the murdered man, who was to have sailed to-day from England to givo evidence at the trial, but a cablegram received this evening states that he is dying of abrokeu heart and will not be able to appear as a witness. Vhnt 1 *-inrri'J^ne nh1 Ncir Wan ten rint �i-jpi-u-;. s h. I.i Ui tenia * don't look so well with an uut-dimt jacket. Gold shops at �10 oO per pair without the m.' svy buckles cannot De�-oino eom- In 1 are I. N L. M. Ai:i,. by a l-jpoii, N. P, is shipping tho e oyst.m-8 than u.iuai for so early West I I -J iy is tiot f'ir distant when the rose s will don their straw ulsters. The scho-d sre !k ihoit ' ginning to soveicly dealt with. Last, night wounded blackbirds weie picked up on tho streets wheio they wore fluttering in agony, as tliu :esull ol some sportsman's bad aim. No m01 o hhoiji iug within the cit y limits. 1 iiHpei i l'� u of Fir*- I'oimrliuent. Thin evening a' 7 o'clock tho annual inspection o] the lire department of tho city of l.Di'li Haven, will bo made at the Grove e'reet "iigmo house. All members of the difh'ti'iit companies aro ex pool od by Chief !�.��; ".1.1 P.c: *o !*- "U W,\\v\ pr-.-my*" , .1'. Ki-oiii WJIlJtinieport 011 Wheel*. Theodore P. Whaloy and Daniel Clark, compositors ou tho Wiliiamaport Gazette and U>t'J.i;iin loft tliD' oity this morning at 3o'clock to ride to this city on bicycles. Thoy found tho roads too heavy to mako tho whole disianco on wheels, aud at Jersey shore they buarded the traiu and completed the trip in tho comfortable, passenger coach. Sl'.MMY s it v 1 c ��>. . , is., 1 - -1 '' 'age o- �vr., ii; JPiiu-.h-in -.nut'",,*, "...�- �.^iie*J hurricauy last nip.lit. �]!"!.eo OI)'i week nr. - f ;.,;r-i - -l.; r.'i.oviitio.'i heiD,^ > :ue. P;de'' .-.hoe! icom. Thj . v-hch'-e �."t bt\>\ i.-, a very fi'..evt, wl.u : 2\'cvi i v lotUihe-i i-o.- 'm. . Fro t P.. >).-.; '' Con *::i'.,'", 'rt t;..-. a b':.:h h Tl 3 i-ca iiiato' ;:.n.;.-1." ) readers by the numerous complimentary notices published in the Emmies-?receiPly, will appear at the Opera FIouso the loth, K-tb and 17th of this month. pcifoimance last nij;h1, wild the proftprvU aro that the engagement will bo the muut successful of any this scokod. What wns properly described on tho program as a The high femiuiiio rdiouldor :s abnt ..... .Jt *�� by .,en-' � ..; :.'.e cliiss, and tl.u bo:.;d lor the sale of ro-seived ^eat-H will bu open ou Monday at Sell/.or in.C HtiyuiMine's book .-turo. The Ci-.t:t:;ln, which will be ono of the features - I '� by the pastor a, ux, and 7:30 p prayer mooting tichool ai 2 p. m. Ile-v. S. "M lor it mi J Taylor at 10:30 1 m uPiug whoup lor instance, A and li , and younjj people's 6:30 p. m Sunday aro the Commissioners. A is to select : name and put iu tho wheel and thou B i '.:-*. d ' �ii. >e.-. Co large. aov i'ii�-..i-j. .-Camp Abo Pat-nrp:i:trr.t;r.tCc-ii-ttsbuvg; Adjutant uViphia, and other .'e,-.c:a; 1 own, L-( '[,;, officers left by Bpeeial train for their homes. This has been a moat successful camp, notwithstanding the fact that many to '-Licet ono in liko manner aud thus al-' of tho veterans wefo at Boston also.
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