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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAK-NO. 199. LOCK HAVEN, PA. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1890. PBICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPEESS KINSLOE BROTH KKS---PBBI.I8HKKS A GOOD SOLDIER'S RECORD. Wilbur F. Loveland, the Republican can didate for County Treasurers a Bon of tbe late Reuben Loveland, of Lamar, Pa. Ho was born in 1841, and from the time he was fifteen until he enlisted in the ser-vioe of hiB country ho worked at axe making. In Ootober 18G1 he enlisted in Company �, 7th Pennsylvania cavalry and served at the front until the olose of the war. He was a good soldier as any of his oomiades will testify. When the Seventh cavalry charged on the rebel battery at Rome, Georgia, Sergeant Loveland led the charge; the guns were oaptured, tbe rebels completely rented, and many prisoners captured. When the war was closed Wil bur F. Loveland returned to his home completely broken down in health and for six years be was unable tj do work of any kind. Since 1372 he has been most of the timo iu the mercantile business and is at present engaged in farming. In roligion Me . Loveland is a oonBistent member of the Methodist Chuioh and eDJoys the oon fidence and esteem of all who know him This, oitizens of Clinton oounty is a brief sketoh of the history of the man who is asking you to vote for him for the office of County Treasurer. He is in every way worthy of your support. Go to the polls on eleotion day and vote for Wilbur F, Loveland and the whole Republican tioket. MAM MORE ARRESTS MADE. A Large Number of Italians Arrested Under Suspicious Circumstances. OVEB POBTY SUSPECTS OAPTURED. CURRENT COMMENT. Mexico hu decided to adopt the uniform system of weights and measures. It is oor turn now. New York voters will have plenty of choice among tbe candidates for Mayor this year. If they take tbe Tammany man they can aoouse nobody but themselves for eontinned misrule. The election occurs on Tuesday, November 4tb, and the time is drawing nigh, Vote the Republican ticket and help wrest the oontrol of oounty affairs from the Look Haven ring. The Republicans Bhould strive to elect every man on the county ticket. Let no effort* be spared to accomplish this and if these efforts are united, excellent results will surely follow. Commence work now and keep at it until the polla oloBe on the 4th of November. Justice Miller, just deceased was, successfully, a farm hand in Riohmond, oounty, Ky., a druggist's olerk, medioal student and physician In Knox oounty, a lawyer and politician at Keokuk, la., and finally Justice of the Supreme Court. Where else but in America could a man turn big band to bo many occupations and win a good degree of sncoeas in all? A commission appointed by the Spanish government to consider Spain's commercial relations at home and abroad has reported, and in that report strongly advises that upon the expiration of certain treaties with foreign countries in 1892 the old protective tariff of 1877 Bball be rovived and enforoed. One by one European powers are compelled to go baok to protection as a measure of self defense. It ;b protection and not free trade that seems to be getting uppermost in Europe. It wearies the average reader to road and to hear what the free trade papers have to Bay about the probable results of the operation of the new tariff bill. All manner of evil is predicted. Prices of all the necessaries of life are to go up to exorbitant rates. Food and dry goods, woolens and hardware are to be put at famine prises. Now, there is no probability of any such occurrence. A few Items may rise slightly in price, so slightly that no one will notice the difference, but every one knows full well that there will be no material change anywhere along the line. The Police Authorities-Full? Satisfied That the Right Men Are Behind the Bars, and Say That They Have Sufficient Evidence to Convict-Tbe Chief Conspirator Now In the Toll.. New Orleans, Oct. 20.-A large number of Italians were noticed by tbe police last night going into the grocery of Carlo GrafSoo. The officera forced the door and found the man addressing the orowd in Italian. Charging that it was an unlawful assembly, all present were arrested by the police. When the prisoners, who numbered forty, wore brought to the station it was found that not one had a con of monoy or a home.   London, but a short time after they bad taken tboir residence in the metropolis Mrs. Smith NubW disappeared. A lot of depositions were submitted establishing tho fact that the wife deserted the complainant. Judge Sbepatd said ho would take the caso under advisement and investigate the queationasto whether a man could get a divorce from a woman if there was any probability that she was TERSELY TOLD HAPPENINGS All the Late Hows and Views of the Oity Up to 3:00 P. M. GOTTEN UP IN A READABLE POEM Cavalry Reunion - Baptist Anniversarj - The State ohelrmen Agree-Will Spurring'. Prise-Cleared Seventy-Pour Dollar*-Shooting at Ducks-The London Gaiety Company.. Tbe thirteenth reunion of the Seventh l'enn'a Veteran Volunteer Cavalry, will be held at Manor, Lycoming oounty, Tuesday and 'Wednesday, Ootober 28th and 29th. All communications and quiries should be addressed to George F. Steablin, Secretary, Orwigsburg, Sohuyl kill county, Fa. Comrades who cannot attend are requested to send tbe names and post office addresses of all members of the Seventh Cavalry that they know, and also the company to whieh they belong. PUNGENT POT POUKRI. A Miscellaneous Mixture of Seme and Non- Rome Scissored and Scribbled. The population of tho world doublos itself in 260 years. Tbe fashionable way to wear diamonds now is in pendants. Tbe man who is always posing isn't usually a model man. Life is a problem which idlers must needs leave unsolved; only tbe thrifty FAVORABLE TO RECIPROCITY Strong Sentiments From Oulra Urging a Treaty With tbe United States. A  SOUTHERN  NEGRO'S  FORTUNE. ACTION OF 0HAMBEE OF COMMERCE Will Sperring'e Prise. William F. Sperring, the genial book keeper of the Globe bottling works, is as happy as a big sunflower to-day. He isn't interested one whit in tbe reeent lottery bill, for be has drawn the first prize any way. With his face wreathed in smiles and his pocket full of oigars, which he is dealing out to bis friends, he makes this proclamation-"It's a girl, a bounoer, you bet-mamma and daughter doing Bplen did." lie lives in happy anticipation of the day when ha will be called "pop" yet dreads tbe time when It will be necessary to lay in a supply of olubs to prevent the boys from coming to see that girl and burn up bis coal and midnight oil. Visiting tha Vormal. lion. John Omerod, the Republican can didato for Congress, from Potter oounty accompanied by A. B. Mann and William Armstrong, of Tioga county, were guests at tbe Fallen Bouse last night, This morning the gentlemen visited the Normal School and were shown through the buildineo The party left for Will-iamsport on Day Exprems. The State chairmen Agree. Chairman Ahdrews, of the Republican State Committee, and Chairman Kerr, of the Demooratio State Committee, have agreed to use the vote in the Guberna torlal election of 1886 as the basis for calculating the losses and gains in the oom-ing eleotion. Knights of Golden Eagle. The members of Crescent Commandery are requested to meet at the lodge room of Clinton Castle, Wednesday evening, Oct. 22d, at 7 o'olock. in full uniform. By order of C. C. Jacobs, Capt. Moving a Building. Mr. A. N. Hcokman, of Nittany Valley, is having a house moved aoross tbe turnpike in Porter township. It is quite an undertaking, and Mr. Qeokman hopes to have it safely on the new foundation soon. Shooting at Docks. Large numbers of wild duoks have been swimming about in the pool of the dam for several days and considerable powder and shot has been wasted in shooting at them. Tbe nearly five hundred who were present at tbe Normal last night were charmingly   entertained  with   Prof. Little's Forms and Faces in Charcoal and Chalk." PERSONAL  PENCIL1NGS. Sheriff Leahy left this morning for a trip to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schuyler returned last night from a visit with friends down tbe country. W. T. Kuooht and J. Frain, prominent oitizens up Cedar Run, are in Canada buying live stook. Mrs. W. O. Adams, of Roanoke, Va., Is isitmg ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Radabaeb, at Island. Mrs. Alona English, ol Renovo, has been spending several days in this oity as the guest of A. M. Gibson and family. Miss Annio Suiter and sister, Mrs. Kin-ley Packer, visited on Sunday with Miss Ida Melnor, at Warrensvillo, Lycoming oounty. Miss E. Blanch Kunes, of Eaglevllle, has returned from an extended visit with friends in Solinsgrove, Lewisburg and Williamsport. P. Gray Meek, of Bellofonto, Demooratio oandidato for State Senator, is in the city to-day looking after his political interests in this county. Prof. George C. Curns will toaob anum-berof singing sohools this season, and tomorrow eveulng will organize, a olass at Dunnsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Rdbert Manoj' accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. A. B. Garth, will spend this week In Philadelphia in recreation and eight seeing. work it out. A Kansas man in digging on his farm found mineral paint, briok olay, coal and marble. Guzzlors are fortunate now-a-days. A sentence in Massachusetts, in 1603, discovered in a search of old rooords, read: "Robert Cole find �10 for abusing himself shamefully with drink," and enjoined to stand with "A Drunkard" in great letters on a white sheet on bis back, "soe longe as the court think meete." Nature is a sort of summer girl. She gets dreadfully cool when the autumn comes. The oommon phrase, "When Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war, is the most common misquotation in tbe language. Correotly It should read: "When Greeks joined Greeks, then wan the tug of war." It waa first written by Nathaniel Lee, in 1700. In the matter of weather, the assortment and variety are suob that "you pays you: money and takes your"-cold. He out you out and yet you were magnanimous enough to send him a wedding present, eh?" "Yes; I sent him an edition de luxe the 'Kreutzer Sonata/ A Western paper oontains this advertisement: "If you are in failing health bny one of our burial lots on easy payments."" Where rumor smooth sailing. is afloat  gossip finds It does not pay any man to wear bis life out in accumulating an immense fortune, Beyond a certain limit, money is an en eutnbrance. Never having reaobed that limit we do not speak from experienae. You can never tell bow muoh tbe lines on a man's face oount till you s ee him in a wood out. An exchange tells of a man who "shot himself in tbe kitoben." That must be a new part of the human anatomy. Perhaps It's a new name for stomaob. Nobody but a woman can write, scientifically of woman's apparel. The man who attempts it is lost. Young man, be careful bow you bei on the result of elections. "Doubtful things are mighty uncertain." A few years ago woman was all pins. Now there isn't a pin in her whole composition, and only a few buttons. She is tailor made, her skirts are caught together with hooks, and her "bodies" with frogs and tabs. Dress does for women what rum does for men.  It trips them up. Don't overload yourself. Carefully adjust to-day's burden, and let to-morrow's take care of itself. A Chioago dentist says too much kissing oanses the teeth of Americans to de-oay. Old maids must have sound teeth if this is tbe caso. Wbat some women suffer for fashion's sake is sad to contemplate. If tbe olot'ii-ing of many could bo cut by the fami'y dootor instead of tbe tailor life's burden'a would be lightened. Indignant patron of Main street drug store: "Those pills didn't work worth a cent." Affable Clerk-"When did you take them?" Patron-"I took three of them on Sunday." Clerk-You don't ex-peot pills to work on Sunday, I hope." 'Ob, Dolpby,dear."ebe said, as she met him iu tbe hall, with tears in ber eyes, 'bow ever shall we get our wedding invitations around when Mr. Wanamaker has ust exoludcd all lottery announcements from tbe mails ? Is marriage a lottery, really, Dolphy ?" Baptist   Anniversary. Tbe anniversaries of the Pennsylvania Baptist Ministerial Union, the Pennsylvania Educational Sooiety and tbe State Missionary Society, will be held at Norris. town this week. The session began yesterday and will oontinue until Thursday. Rev. R. W. Perkins, pastor of tho Baptist congregation iu this oity, is attending tbe meetings and will roturn on Friday. Population or Ter. States. Washington, Oct. 20.-The population tho State of Oregon is 312.4U0, an increase of 187,722; state of Wisconsin, corrected,    1,G83,CU7,   an   increase   of 308.200. The Uepartnient of State at Washington in Receipt of the Official Proceedings of the Authorities at Havana-The Belief Expressed That the United States Will Ultimately Control the Commercial Market** Washington. Oct. 20.-The Department of Ctate has reoeived a copy of the miauteB of debates which have recently taken place in the Chamber of Commerce of Havanna with reference to the McKin-ley bill, and the question of reciprocity. This statement wbioh was transmitted to tbe Spanish Minister of the colonies, waa acoompanied by a letter from Segudo Alvareg, President, and Saturnino Martinez, Secretary General of tbe Chamber, which shows the existence of strong sentiments favorable to reoiprooi'y with tbe United States. Tbe statement tbat resolutions on this subjeot were passed br tbe Chamber of Commerce were published a few days ago and this communication sets forth more fully their action. Tbe address strongly urges that a treaty of reciprocity be entered into with the United States, declaring that if this is not done promptly Brazil, which was first to the front with negotiations, will. drive Cuba from the field. The Minister is in-' formed that it is tbe opinion of the Chamber of Commeroe and all commercial traders of Cuba that the United States must control the oommeroial markets of tbe world, as England does tbe money market, and that if Cuban commerce is not to be abandoned, they must look to t'je United States for an outlet for their products. The opinion is expressed further that the United States oannot be frightened by threats of refusal, since suoh refusals would have to be upon suoh produota which the European nations are obliged to have from tbe United States. The address lookB to an exobaoge of sugar and tobacco for American farm products. the doty on lumber. Washington, Oot. 20.-Assistant Secretary Spanlding made a ruling to-day that lumber imported from Canada prior to tbe 13th instant, but the entry of whioh was not completed until after that date, is entitled to the lower rate of duty prescribed for lumber in the existing Tariff laws. The 13th is the date fixed by the Dominion Government for tho removal of the export duty on lumber. Cleared Seventy-Four Dollars. The ladies of the Dnnnsbnrg M. E. ohurch met with good success in holding a festival for tbe benefit of their Sunday sohool. Over seventy-four dollars were realized by the venture. State IV. C. T. TJ. Convention. The largest delegated body of women ever convened in the state met in annual convention at Soranton a few days ago. Over four hundred representative women with Mrs. Mary H. Jones and Henrietta H. Forrest, both of Philadelphia, as leader*. Soranton, the electrio oity, is beautiful for situation, wide streets, paved with asphalt and oedar blocks; containing, with suburbs, almost 00,000 inhabitants, and is connected with all parts by an electric street railway. Tbe publio buildings are imposing structures of stone. A new government building will soon be erected and a city hall is in course of ereetion. The Reoording Secretary, Mrs. Olive Pond Anvirs is a Soranton lady of New England birth and parentage, of fine presence, good voice and executive ability. It was a marvel to the gentlemen with wbat earnestness and dispatch the ladles attend to their duties. Tbe young women report COO more paying members than last year. There has been an advance all along tbe line this year and these philanthropists aro just entering upon tbelr work. Tbe national convention meets in Atlanta, Ga.,this year. Thirty-four delegates were elected to represent the Keystone state this. year. Clinton oounty was represented by Misses Holahao, Perkins and Loveland. Some very important projeots were planned. The Soldiers'Orphans' Schools work is about accomplished and an effort will be made to have the State foster industrial sohools for the destitute chlldreD, worse than orphaned, by tho rum curse. To petition the coming Legislature to pass anti-treating laws. To grant tbe women tho school ballot. To pass a law prohibiting the use of tobaooo iu any form whatsoever in any public place or resort. This is a petition for pure air nod clean habits. Similar important action was taken whioh will be embodied In law and statute. It was a successful convention in every particular, and may sucoess attend the labors of these devoted women. w. c. t. u. Mackoyville, Pa., Oct. 20, '00. Mechanical Geuius aud  Oood  Judgment Enrich a former Slave. -� From tho lioBtoii Transcript. In Birmingham, Jefferson county; Ala., there lives a man, who, if his residence were in tbe North would be regarded as a phenomenon; but the South Is full of snob oharaoters, and tbey need only to be noticed in order to be known. This man's name is Andrew Beard; b\ 'D In Jefferson oounty, be is 41 years of age; he was a slave in that county, and has risen to a substantial position in life by reason of tbe play given to his mechanloal ability. His life is interesting, and as it will commend itself to all, be may be allowed to speak for bimself: - "My name is Andrew Beard. I am 41 yoars of age. I was born at ":rmingham. I never went to sohool in my life, and all the education tbat I have is gotten by contact with people in the world. I waa a slave, and belonged to a family by the name of Beard. I was set free at fifteen years of ago, and at sixteen was married. I farmed five years in Jefferson county, and moved afterward into St. Clair oounty. I visited Montgomery in 1873, with a load of apples drawn by oxen. I bad fifty bushels, which 1 sold at an average of $4 per bushel. It took me three weeks to make the trip. After this venture I quitted farming and went into millwrighting at Hardwicks, and built. while there my first flour mill. I remained there for about three years, and during that time I ran tbe mill tbat I built. I watched how people worked, and tbat was the way I succeeded in building flonr mills. During my work there I began turning in my mind tbe making of plows; and in 1881 I patented one of my own invention! I sold it in 1884 for (4,000, and then returned to my old borne, where I was born, and farmed there four years. Daring that time I invented another plow; on the 15th of December, 1887, 1 sold � for (5,200, and then went into the real estate business. With the money I made, I accumulated $30,000. Id 1888 I turned, my attention to another subject-tbe making of a fish plate and a caveat for it My intention is to have some manufacturer take hold of it, manufacture these plates and put them on some prominent railroad at my own expense for a mile or two, and if tbey prove successful I will sell the patent to tbe highest bidder. "In 18801 discovered tbe rotary engine. This engine differs from all others in these principles; it is simple, costs one-tenth less than other engines, and saves twenty per oent. of steam and has no eccentric There is no danger of explosion, and every ounoo\ of steam is used from the boiler. This engine is made wholly under my supervision at the shop of Dennis I. Hood, in Birmingham, and is now patented. I have just reoeived the patent) and it is my ^intention to put it out in order to prove ,its merits and will then sell it to any ;proml-nent manufacturer. I paid tbe workmen who worked on the machine sixty cents per hour. I have also another thing in view-a ooupling machine. I propose to oouple cars irrespective of their height This is a great difficulty that railroads have encountered; the present oars, being of unequal height, oannot eouple together." Trouble like polioemen, oomes in pairs. Both Congress and the State Legislature will be in session next January. Killed tho Old He Could Hot Win. Santa Barbara, Cal., Oot. 20.-Mary Dezinell, aged 22, was shot and instantly killed this morning by Ramon Lopez. Lopez has been bothering; tbe girl with hiB attentions, for some time past, and bad made threats of violence against her. This morning he went to ber father's residence and called her out to the gate. She re-. fused to have anything to do with . bim, when he drew a revolver and shot .her through the body. She died almost instantly. Lopez then shot twioe at himself without effect and shortly afterwards an officer oame up and Lopes fired, three shots at him without doing any damage. Ho was then arrested and Looked up. � A Bark Wrecked In a Oale., London, Oct. 20.-The Spannish bark Villa De Llancs, Captain Onato, with a orew of twelve men, from Liverpool Ootober 14 from Laguna, has probably been lost in tbe galea off Ormea Head. A large quantity of wreckage from her and two bodies have been washed ashore in tbe Mersey. A Pugilist Fatally Beaten. New York, Oot. 120.-Sparrow Golden, a local pugilist of some note, was beaten and kicked about the bead by two men to day at Bleekor and Elizabeth streets. His recovery is a matter of doubt. John Anderson, a Swede, who is said to have boon one of Golden's assailants, was arrested. A Severe Hallstexm. Nvack, N. Y., Oct. 20--AterriBostorm prevailed throughout the upper part of Rockland oounty last night.doingdamage. Some of the hailstones whioh fell were as large a walnut*. A falling sunbeam or shooting star cannot injure us.   

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