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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                mum rK*fc-,f->. -       ---" - NINTH YEAK-NO. 191. JLOCK HAVEN. PA.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1890. PRICE-TWO GEffTS EVENING EXPRESS INSUMC BUOTIIKKS - . fubu8hkk8 The Associate Judgeship. The Daily Democrat says that the people demand the election of an Associate Judge who resides near the Court House and tor this reason thinks that the Demo-oratio oandidate, Mr. Jamoa W. Clark> ahoold be eleoted because he resides within a stone's throw of the temple of justioe. An argument like this in lieu of a better one may satisfy the editor of our esteemed contemporary, but It will not oonvince a . aingle voter that Judge McCrea should not be elected to a position be baa so acceptably filled.  He presides with dignity and possesses all the qualifications necessary to perform every duty required of him. Here is what the Democratic Renovo Evening Herald has to say on the subject: "In Clinton oonnty the fight is largely '�. at Look Haven, Renovo bong very quiet tor tali:. time in the campaign. This condition of affairs ia largely due to the way our town wis treated at the primary elec-tiona.   We had three candidates for nomination on the Democratic ticket, Shaffer for Assembly, Roach for Associate Judge and Dowling for Commissioner, but they all got left. Hot only did Renovo get left but every one Id this part of the county. On tbe Republican ticket we hare Geo. B. McCrea, of our borough, the only oandidate on either tieket above Lack Haven. It behooves the people of this end of the oonnty to poll a large vote /or McCrea, and show them that at least one office muat^carae to this section.'!. The interests of our people demand a Republican representative on tbe bench and in Judge HcCreathe Republicans present a oandidate whom all votes can support, besanae he is in every way worthy of their "raffrage. Don't fail to vote for him. TlTOTTPIi1 MTT T flQ QTDTPFFW I GT00"0011 88 "JFiammetta" found ample U UU llulb   IlllllllM   U1 lUuIlEli.' I opportunity to bring out her musical voico, Attacked With Paralysis on the Streets of Washington While Beturning Home. HIS CONDITION SAID TO BE SERIOUS CURRENT COMMENT. A contract Tor a building to coat $3,-000,000 and to be sixteen stories high has just been made In Chicago'. F4mideht/Cij5V�Iasd's last published - letter says be is not In declining health. Neither la he in any declining mood, we venture to say. Jnet try him with a Presidential nomination and see him prove that he isn't declining. In Chisago, Pittsburg and Baltimore steps are in progress to build large tin plate plants. II we can within the nest ten years manufacture all the tin plate we consume; we shall keep (20,000,000 at home annually to distribute among our own workmen. The bright prospect! of the combination of tbe National League tbe Players' League and tbe American Association of base ball player*" into one gnat combination for next s�ptnn is gratifying. Bus ball will Indeed be a great national game again if the discordant organizations get together. Geohoia has been allowed I35.S35.55 by the United fitstes Government for clothing furnished Revolutionary soldiers. In all probability about the year 2000 some appropriations will be passed to pay aome clothing contractor's descendants for sboddy furnished oar army in tbe rebellion. Ik England it is common enough for the heirs of last century benefactors to olaim the enormously increased foods of defunct charities. "Now the heirs of Benjamin Franklin in Boston are going for the nearly 1400,000 accumulated from the $5,000 the old gentleman left for tbe young mechanics of the Hub. One of the Honored Judges of the Snpreine Gonrt of the United Stales Goes From the Bench Probably for the Liut Time-While on Bis War Bourn From the Court Chamber Be Succumbs to the Attack. ' �enatorlBl Conferees Adjourn. The Democratic Senatorial Conference wbiob has been in session at Tyrone adjourned yesterday evening until next Tuesday. At that time tbe conference will meet at Clearfield. No jfosalssitlon Yet The Republican Congressional Conference at Willlamsport met to-day and adjourned to meet next Thursday, without baring made any Congressional nomination. I. O. O. F. A special meeting of Queen Lodge No. 24, Daughters of Rebekah will be held at their hall this evening at 7:30 o'clock sharp. All member* are requested to be present. High Priced Frail. Apples are offered for sale to-day by several of the grocers In tbe city. Tbe frait is nice enough inappuranoe but way np in price. PERSONAL FKMCIAIlltja. L. R. Paup came home last night to spend Sunday with bis family. Miss Minnie Hayes is visiting In this city as tbe gneat of A, J. Hslone and family. Ex-City Treasurer Joseph Grafius and 8. M. HcCormiok, Esq., are in Willlamsport to-day. Hiss Annie A. Gummo, of Bald Eagle, returned home last Wednesday after teach-ins; � suoejessful term of school, in Leidy township, draiof the pu� summer. : She will leach tbe Bald Eagle school in Bald Eagle township this coming winter, taking charge on the 20th inst. Washington, Oot. 10.-This afternoon Justice Samuel F. Miller, of tbe Supreme Court of the United States, was stricken with paralysis and is now in a serious con dition, though he is resting comfortably and bis mind is clear. Justice Miller, who was apparently in the best of health, was returning from the Supreme Court room to his residence.  About 3:35 p. m. ho was on the West side of Thomas circle, within sight of bis residence, 1115 Massachusetts avenue. .'-John Woodford, his servant, who was standing in the doorway of tho house, saw the juBtioe approaching, when he was startled at teeing him suddenly raise his hand to his heart, then reel aud fall on the oar tracks whiah he was cross ing at the time Woodford hastened to the spot and found the justice speeohlesa, and apparently in a stupor. He at once secured a ooupe from a neighboring hack stand and with assist ance placed tho suffering man in it and had him borne to his house. Dr. Cook, who resides in the neighborhood, and Dr. Lincoln, who fortunately was passing at the time, were soon in attendance. They found that the wbole left side of the justice was para lyzed, but he was still able to recognize those around him. The justioe is now resting quietly, with no serious results anticipated by bis family. His mind is perfectly clear and he has never been for an instant speechless since he was stricken, conversing freely with bis wife and attendants, and to observers seem to be giving himself little concern about his condition. He recited, In detail to Mrs. Miller and ber son Irving, all tbe incidents of his visit to the capitol and his return home, laughing aud joking with them all the while aud telling them not to feel badly over his attack. Justice Miller baa been suffering nearly all summer from an attack of dysentery, but at no time was his illness sevore enough to prevent him from attending to his judicial duties while on his annual court circuit In the west. He returned to Washington list week feeling much better though somewhat weak. The judge had been at the capitol and as returning borne. When he reached Thomas circle he stopped the oar, stepped to the street and started to walk to his home, which is only about 150 feet away. To reach the Bide of the street noarost his house be had to cross the oar track and it was there that he fell. The judge, afterwards in telling Mrs. Miller of his fall, said he felt his knees giving way from under him and his legs felt so heavy ho ooald hardly lift them. Thinking that it was a sudden return of the rheumatic twinge which he had oftsn before felt, he made another effort to step forward, and as he did so, either tripped on the car track or slipped and fell forward on his face, loft side and arm, at the same time cutting his I forehead slightly and causing an abrasion of the skin ou the nose. Chief Justice Fuller and all the associate justices were on the bench, excepting Justices Field and Bradley, who are absent. Mrs. Miller and Irving Stiller aro in constant attend, ance on the justice and numerous telegrams have been received inquiring as to bis condition. uis condition hecomiso wok3e. Washington, Oat. 10.-There has beeu a decided change for tho worse in the condition of Justice Miller since 8 o'clock tonight. Dr. Lincoln was seen after leaving tbe house at 11 o'clock and said he considered Justioe Miller oritioally ill and thought his reoover) very doubtful. When the doctor left the justice was still asleep, and there were deeided indications that his brain was becoming affected. His Bleep was heavy and groat difficulty was experienced in arousing him. Lata iu the afternoon tbe Judge had a cerebral hem. orrhage and his condition is such that Dr. Lincoln says tbat a second hemorrhage will result fatally. While be may live twenty-four hours, the doctors arc of the opinion that to morrow morning will find him sinking rapidly. The justice's left, side is completely paralysed aud the numbness in his left arm has again re appeared. One of the physicians will be in attendance at his bedside throughout the night. ber rendition of tho difficult solo parts being much appreciated. Miss Taylor's "Boccaccio" was a great improvement on tho previous representation of that character in this city aud her Btnging and clover acting won her a large amount of applause. The choruses, some of which aro beautiful, were well sung and contributed much to the pleasure of tbe audience. Tbe orchestra was enlarged to ten pieces, and taken altogether tbe affair was a musical snocess, The above ia from today's Altoona Iribunt, aud refers to the attraction that will appear at the Opera House Monday night. Miliaria Literally means bad air. Poisonous germs arising from low, marshy land or from decaying vegetable matter, are breathed into the lun gs, taken up by (he blood, and unless tbe vital fluid is purified by the use of a good medicine like Hood's Sarsaparilla, the unfortunate viotim is Boon overpowered. Even in the more advanced cases, where the terrible fever prevails, this successful medicine has affected romukablo cures. Those who are exposed to malarial or other poisons should keep the blood pure by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Furniture Men to Sleet. The Williamsport liepublican, says: "An important meeting of furniture men will bo held in Williamsport, beginning next Thursday, October 16, and continuing possibly two days. It is the quarterly meeting of tho Central Furnituro Association, and tho sessions will be held at lhe Park Hotel. This association, which hasn't had a meeting for Borne time, embraces Williamsport, Hughesville, LowiBburg,Mnncy, Picture Rooka, Look Haven, Athens, and several points in York State." . Bis Back Was Sprmlned. W. L. Carskadden, the fireman who jumped from the Pattison train when it waa derailed near Curtin Thursday night, was taken to his home at Williamsport where he was attended by Dr. Rich. The physician after examining the man pronounced his iojnrieB a very bad sprain of tho back. Had the train moved a little further after leaving the traok the engine would have tumbled over a steep embankment. JUDGE BADLY HURT! PUNGENT POT POUKRI. While Desending s Hill His Horse Becomes Unmanageable and Buns Away, HIS EIGHT 8H0ULDE& DI8L00ATED But No Hones Broken-Keitlnc (iulelly at the Fallon Boom-His Companion J. 1). - V. Counsel Escapes With Slight Injuries -A Handsome Wagon-The Associate Judgeship. Associate Judge Ooorge R. McCrea accompanied; by J. D. L.Counsel were making a canvass of a portion of Allison township to-day and while descending the steep hill near Sugar Run about 11:30 this forenoon the horse they were driving became unmanageable and run away.  The horse' dashed down the bill at a furious rate of speed and when the turn in tbo road was reached St the bottom of tbe hill the buggy upset and men, horse and buggy were piled up In one ntasB. Mr. Conn sel escaped with only slight injuries but Judge McCrea was badly hurt.   When pioked up by Mr. Counsel and a Mr. Whiteman who lives close by where tbe accident occurred, he was unconsoious. lie soon recovered and as soon as a wagon could be procured he was brought to tbe Fallon  House, where Doctor Burnley attended  to   his ' injuries.    The doctor found tbe Judge's right shoulder die located but no bones were broken.  There aro numerous bruises on his face aud other portions of his body but the disloaated shoulder was the most sevore injury sustained. After the-dislocation had been reduced he felt pretty comfortable, and was in his usual good spirits. ' County Treasurer Glenn was by his bedside wben the reporter called and was doing all he could to make the Judge comfortable. Tbe escape of both the gentlemen from either death or more serious Injury is most miraculous. \ Miooplliinsons Blixture of Sense and Nonsense Scissored and Scribbled. The moonlight steals around the pine. Star eyes steal radlacc9 from thine. Low mUBlcirteaU upon the ear; Can there be ttielt wben vhou art near? 1 Bteel my heart Tor rear or this, I steel my heart-and steal a kiss. I'd steal iho sacramental wine It it wub sweet as kiss of thine. DILLON AND O'BRIEN ESCAPE Bumora That They Have Forfeited Bail and Sailed for America, A BIO  SENSATION  IN  IRELAND An Aged Couple. Mr. John and Annie Banman of Woodward townBhip, are perhaps the oldest married couple in Clinton connty, Mr. Banman will be 90 years old if be lives until February 22d, 1S91, and Mrs. Ban-man is pact 85 years. They reside with their son, Christian Banman, in Woodward township, and are both in the enjoyment of good health. The tVllllameport Boom. W. A. Quigley of this city is one of tbe log scalers at the Williamsport boom. He is in town to-day and states tbat tbe last log will be sorted and rafted out of tbe boom in about five days. Up to tbe present time about two hundred and one million feet have been scaled which is a considerable falling off from last year. - The Boss Pumpkin. Michael Wautz, the haokman, brought bis big pumpkin np town last nlgbt and exhibited it at the Central Hotel. Tho overgrown fruit of the vine was placed on the scales and it tipped the beam at 110 pounds. If any farmer bas grown a bigger one this year "Mike" would like to hear from him. Seats are selling Well for tbe opera Monday nigbt.   Have you eeoored yours? SUNDAY  SERVICES. The special favorites of tbe audience were Marie Greenwood and Mamie Taylor. Miss "Boccaccio" Rendered In Eicelluut  Style. The audience that assembled in the Eleventh Aveouo Opera liouoc last evening was not a largo ore, but those who were present were not dlf apj-ointcd. The Greenwood Company presented Von Snppe's opera in three acts,  entitled "Boccaccio," and scored a great buoccsb. I reading and the members aro requested to ft.____i.i r____,# tv. -     ----____F i..i,, * j.rm.i.... _ j---    � r.. _ - - -_____ -  of Pino Creek townBhip. -.- Lcaguo OIHceri* t� AXett. Tho ufficcis aud members of the Executive Comuiitteo of Clinton League, are requested to meet this evening, at S o'olock, iu tho office of Messrs. Cluugb ifc Myers. A Uamlsome Whroo. L. Hambcrger, the Fleroiugton bakor, put a haudsoino new wagon on the roads this morning- Tbo paintiugof-the vehicle was dono by Bacon, of this olty. General Hastings ��7{ le at the eourt house Wednesday, Oct. 23d, The approach of election day is giving an exuberant* prowth to election bets. The crop promises abundant IralUge of glor^ and chagrin. The man who "Isn't afraid to back his Judgment" ougbl to be pretty sure tbat bis judgment will back him and his wager. The melancholy tidings comes from across the herring pond that the roller skating crake has again broken out in Europe and threatens to spread to this country. Loving husbands will doubtless fsel happy to learn that there are several new and expensive furs In market. The so-calledgolden furs are popular, and are to tbe pure balers all that the name Implies. � People get so well acquainted with tbeir own laulU that they don't mind their exist-' -ence.' Why wouldn't a tailor make a good legislator? 'He Is interested In a good many measures, Here is tbe very latest in tbe way of Una computations: There are over 300,000 people who walk about lhe streets or London dally, and In so doing they wear away a tun or leather psniotes from their boots and shoes. This would, In a year, rorm a leather belt six inches wide and onn-fonrlh of an Inch thick long enough to reach from London to New York. Tbe woman who marries a man to reform him undertakes a Job that will ruin her complexion. The turn-down collar" and blaok bow tie look well on many girls. No matter bow superstitions a man may be very few or them will refuse a present of thirteen dollars. - The now make of shirt for women is less mannish, email box plaits take the place of the bosom. There is not enough exercise in running up and down columns for the average bank clerk. The fashion hss obanged in regard to oysters, and the large sizes are served atnnt-class lestaurauts. Tbe lady who is fully satisfied as to her birth and breeding, who has had respectable ancestors and who has always lived in the beat Boclety, Is never afraid to bow ttm, to call flm and to treat every ono with kindness. Shu knows that courtesy la the most beautiful of virtues. The term penny as applied to nails, is generally supposed to have been derived from pound. It originally meant so many pounds to the thousand; that Is. six penny means six pounds of nails to the thousand- The thousand was always understood, and six pound, ten pound, etc.. were gradually shortened until the present term penny has entirety taken the place of pound. The wlBe man always hesitates. To Judge another's sin; 'Tls good old common sonse that waits Till all the facts are In. Farmers say that their business is improving. If you cannot enjoy the pleasures of this life because your liver is not m harmony with your big stomach (ever seeking some more spring chicken To gorge It), Co not blow your fetid breath In the faces or those who take pleasure in tbe Innocent things of every day-lire, but seek to help others to enjoy what little time they may nave to spare out of thelr weurisome days of toll. ' Eight thousand pounds of human hair, valued at SI.500. appear In the trade returns ol Canton, and it could be wished that It did not, says the English Consnl there, for as the majority comes from, the head or beggars, criminals and dead persons. It Is not pleasant to think of its being worn by the ladies at home, even although 11 goes through long processes of purification beforo It Is made - up Into the wigs, chlsnons, waterfallB, etc Oh! the clothes press Is a swell affair for garments nice and ueal; the hay press Is a graud machine and does lis work complete; tbe cider press is lovely with its juloes red and sweet; but the printing -press controls the world and gets there wltu both feeU Tbo wife of a blind man bas to olotbe the mind instead of body to fascinate her lord. The prinolpal crop in Kansas seems to be morlgiiges. It's hard to raise them, too. Woman is all right in a groat many fields formerly monopolized by men. But when she whittles a stick, throws a stone or sees amouse the dear creature Isn't In It at ail. The beat prescription for rosy cheeks at this time or year," said a lady to a doctor, "Is warm underwear. Keep the limbs wurm, and you needn't buy rogue." Chestnuts may bB , made to keep their Elsasant taste, and be kept free from worms y heating Lbeni for a few minutes In a sieve placed In a hot oven so as to kill the Insect germs which are In so many of tuem, then place them In muslin bags In a dry place. If you walk upright you need not worry about your name getting Into the newspapers. A Georgia editor in resigning a country postolllce write*: "The receipts for the last month have .been sfl.50, the rent ft, and the clerk hire sill. Being a Demootat we can no longerglvuourconsont.to boldoflice undera Hi-publican udmlnistrutlon, hence 1 resign.'' Tbo uses of electricity are innumerable. Tho Penn Mutual Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, Is about to solve the problem of Illuminating a clock face at nlgbt by leaving the faco Itself In darkness and using incandescent electric lights to thine through the numerals and also to make the hands like linos of lire. It Is a simple devise, but. promises to be elrecllve. Seventeen murderers have already been executed In Pennsylvania during Governor Beaver's present term of office; three are now under appeal to the supreme Court- and stx have had capital sentences commuted to life-Imprisonment, while the eases of live are now before the Board of Pardons, The Two Nationalists Forfeit Their Ball Iu the Conspiracy Case and Leave.Under Very Sfystarloiis  CitcumBianeaa^-War-rants Issued For.Thelr Arrest-Much Kx-. clteinent in Tlppexary. Dublin, Oot, 10.-The oase of tbe Crown against William O'Brien and John Dillon, who are charged with conspiracy in inciting tenants not to pay their rent, was called again in the magistrate's court at Tipperary this, morning. O'Brien sod Dillon have hitherto been present at the hearings, but this morning when court opened they did not put In an appearance. Both the defendants ass membera of tbe oommittee which waa appointed at tbe conference of Irish Nationalists held in Dublin laat Friday to visit America for the purpoaeof soliciting aid for the Ksjtion-al oanse, .and a rumor is ourrent that they have forfeited their bail of- (1000 eaoh In the conspiracy oase, and tbat they sailtjd yesterday fromQaeenatownfortheitjnited States. Much excitement prevailed' in Tipperary wben it became known that O'Brien and Dillon had abandoned their defense and left the plaoe. The confirmation of the rumor that they have left toe county has been received. There is no confirmation, however, of the report that they sailed from Queenstown yesterday Tor the United States: Information thus far received shows that they did not leave by the ordinary channels of passage. Their bail will be escheated and it will life-paid by the National League. * - ' ' .  Dels-. mater obanged his mind and opposed it, and he has had tbe gall ami too fsse to lia aud say Delamater received tOt,000 therefor. �'   " and i1e vhoves it, too. "I brand the whole of it as a 'lie, venomous and dastardly..-. (Applause). Let me prove it! Iain/ bring'-evisry member of.the Senate, Jdoo'toarawhether he be a Demoerat or a Republican, except two; one your reprsseatatlve inthe Senate,* whom no man dugbt to bellave (hisses and oheerB); enothavtlu masr wb�.wrote that letter, whom I want to1 say, la all kind' ness, is not responsible forwbat he says, wbiob gave the only baaM for' any. charge about $65,000. . I oan prove it by every ona of them, except two; I can prove it by your chairman here; who was there witb friends endeavoring' to induce rue. to change my mind and support the.bill. I want to say there are forty-eight members of ihe Senate who will prove to yon tbatfrom the first I was opposed to the bill, and I want to toll you why. WHY KB OPPOSED TRB aitl. -'I opposed tbst-bill because, coming from Crawford oouniy, wlieis pj( was first discovered, having spent a good many thoussbd dollars 1H operitlng foFolHo or about Tidioute, over near Trtosrtlej down in Clarion and: Butler eb^ hood. It .gwajiaju�|.ilpb^^'li^,!!!!^* that lamaStandarf^OU<^mpaoy,;inen. The only ground for tbat obarge i/thati'as tbe Representative of my ownpt^ple frpm Crawford county ou th�^opr'pf theSeuate I exercised my own judgment an^i opposed the Billingsley r bill. 'Otherwise, no loan that .lives can say^tew^h^-'^r a person ' - P�ny. "Now, why' don't i.bring sui^ against this man? I have answered .that on the stump two or .three times,t but I would like to do it again,'faea.t^.fajis .w'hh.ygu. I have a knpwledge.pt tbsjjaw yhicU.tails me the truth, sb indioatsd by . 8jjprsjse Court depisions a* feflde^ witb^ the last ten- yea^ tbat my a^ouser .be� In McKean oonnty, having ^oar�fnily cussed this thing and opaaaaj^^^th 'bis -lawyer, has kept bimself, wUW^tjast^h^ nieal provisions of the.law, .so^thsX 'although be has boss venomous,' njaHoipne and dastardly, ia his lyio^, .h'e'hasj .kept himself within what,the Uw'oaJW a^'prlv-ileged communication," and ifl.^rore t* sue him, and press.it hpmer.I woahj never gets cent from him. Because ,whj?,' ike heard it from sotflobpd^! T"(Lau|bt�r). Have I answored it? I have j^ly�, J,, Chairman Jooesimade a prief'M^robpra-tion of the Senator's.'rem,M^,fupo ;-Y;wj i- i m 'v>' m everybody'i'hNa^tlt�lpt'iMi^'irU,'tm".>! out to'bear 'tbe aero of'J.obMtowa.':'.Be-membra Daa Hastings ' Booas^m that occasion, mm .......,;,h,s&   

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