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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YE All-NO. 195. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. THUKSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS � EVENING EXPRESS KIN8LOE BROTHERS---FUBU8HKRS BREAK THE CONGRESSIONAL DEADLOCK. Break the Republican CongroBBional deadlock at onoe! The interests of the party in the whole district demands this and as the responsibility for the deadlock nor rests with Tioga and Potter counties it is earnestly hoped that the conferees from these oounties will "Ret together" to-day and consent to the nomination of Col. A. C. Hopkins, who has bad six votes to the other two eandidates three. If Hopkins is nominated he will not only carry Clinton ooanty, but bis candidacy will kid in eleoting the whole Republican ooanty ticket, which lnoludei a member of the Legislature, and as there is to be a United States Senator elected to succeed Senator Cameron, it is very important to secure as many Republican representa-tives as possible. The defeat of T. C. Hippie for the Senatorial nomination by the Democrats of this district, will materially aid the oanvaes of Mr. Hopkins in thiB couuty and it is earnestly hoped that the conference, which meets again at Wil-Iiamsport this afternoon, will view the sitnation in its true light and do justioe to Clinton oounty by giving it the Congressional nomination. This Bbould be done oheerfully and unanimously, and as the superior claims of Clinton have been clearly and foroibly presented to the conference it is not necessary to mention them in this artiole. The Republicans of this oounty only ask what is jUBtly due them and with Hopkins as their candidate they will sweep the field. The continuance of this deadlock is endangering the success of the Republican ticket in each oounty of the distriot, and even the suocess of the Congressional candidate, as the time is now too short before election to make a thorough canvass of the whole district. Break the deadlock at onoe'. THE STORY OF THEIR FLIGHT Details of flow Dillon and O'Brien Made Their Escape. LOCATED AT OHEBBOUEG, PEANOE my clemency, save your ago. I sentence you to prison for fourteen years." Dr. McGonegal showed no emotion when sentence was imposed. DEATH IN A HOTEL FIRE. TERSELY TOLD HAPPENINGS SENATORIAL CONFERENCE. There is little time left for the Republicans of this distriot to make a nomination for Senator and the sooner tbe conference meets the better. It has been suggested that the eonference be held in this city and as Lock Haven is easy of access to the representatives of the other two oounties, with ezoellent hotel accomodations, it it hoped that the conferees will decide to come here. Several ezoellent names have been suggested as candidates and there will bo no trouble in finding a strong nominee. W ith the dissatisfaction existing among the Democrats at the action of the Democratic Senatorial Conference there is a good fighting chanoe for the Republicans. Give us a well known and popular candidate, and let the nomination be made as qnickly as possible. Two of the leading, most respeotable and energetlo Democrats in Clinton oounty have been defeated for important nominations this fall. J. N. Welliver, who aspired to Legislative honors, was first sacrificed and now T. C. Hippie, one of the most popular and ablest men in the party, is given a back seat because be wanted to occupy a Senatorial ohair at Harrisburg. Have the Democrats of this oounty and Senatorial distriot gone mad? At this rate a decent Democrat will fear to as-pire to offloe, knowing in advance that there will be no hope for him. T. C.Hipi'le was turned down by the Democratic Senatorial Conference in this distriot, bat he is not-the kind of a man to stay down. Ob! no, quite the contrary. The Democratic vote of Clinton county will more clearly prove this fact on the 4 th of November. The invention of smokeless powder has sealed the fate of brilliant uniforms for Continental soldies. German military authorities are about to hold a conference for the purpose of adopting a new uniform that shall be devoid of bright oolor or con-spioious ornament. Occasionally the old soldier* die, and the people thought that it would be a good thing to provide a decent, burial for those wlto die indigent, even at the expense o/ the State. World you have for Governor a man who would re/use than a decent burialf-Adjutant-General Hastings. Many people seem to be oblivious of tbe fact that there is a severe penalty attached to tbe violation of tbe laws against lotteries, and that tbe term lottery covers the issuing of tickets of chance, whether by a merchant or church fair. The cigarette nuisance still flourishes, not only among dudes who have reached tbe stage of manhood, eo far as their years go, but the boys also, to whom the sale of these health-destroying contrivances is forbidden by law. Frank Janet and hii excellent Sea* says tbe wife of the afflteted slayer was immediately telegraphed for and she was expected to arrive from Brooklyn to attend the strioken husband Wednesday evening. Charles Ward, the manager offib* visiting club, will remain with Mr.'Orr for a few days. "Out Country Cousin" was ia Ashland last nigbt and arrived this morning over the Beeoh Creek road. The JClircctors Train. The President and dlreotors of the Pennsylvania railroad passed through tbis oity, yesterday afternoon, on a special train composed of four oars. They are making an inspection of the road and will be trav-eling for over two weeks. PERSONAL FKNCILXaSS. , �Johnnie" Weaver, the popular clerk of tbe United States hotel spent yesterday in Williamsport. �� County Superintendent ; Brancard is spending to-day with tbe teachers and pupils of Nittany Valley schools. � Mrs. Gardner, of North Jay strsst accompanied by her daughter- Mrs. JHft are visiting friends at Pittsburg and vicinity. W. W. Hitobie, the tree, agent, returned last night from bis trip to the New Turk nurseriea and will begin, tbe delivery of his st jck to morrow. T. C. Hilton is in the eastern cities buying holiday goods, and a fine display of articles in that line maybe expected at Hilton'B after his return. � W. G. Forster, a compositor on the Williamsport Sun, stopped in this oity yesterday on his way home alter a visit of several weeks m Chicago and western cities. Mr. Boyd C. Packer, of this oity, who is visiting Grand Junction, Colorado, on business, baa placed as ander obligations lor an invitation to attend the celebration by the citizens of that plaoe of the com* * pleUon of tbeRioGrande JanctUwBauway," whiob will Inolode the dtivisg tilt gotdsn spike and a grand banqaeV<! <.
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