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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAH-NO. 210. LOCK HAVEN, PA., MONDAY, NOVEMBE11 3. 1890. PB1CE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPBESS i GOOD REPORTS FROM TIOGA K1NSLOK BKOTHEKS---FUBtlSHKKS VOTE FOR THESE MEN. Never before in the history of Clinton o juuty lias tboro been more interest manifested in local politics tban during this campaign. For years the county affairs and the Democratic party have beendomi nated by tho Lock Haven Democratic ring and the tax payers have grown 60 tired of being ruled by these bosses that tticy propose to revolt and vote for men that will rnanaee tho county affairs fo the benefit of the people aud not for some sptoial favorite. The tallowing are the oaudidatos that every true lover of good goverumeut should vote for: Ueorjze Wallace Delain.uer for Gjver-nor. L mis A. VVatrei for Lieutenant Governor. T'lomis J. Stewart f'ir Scere'ary of Internal Affairs. George R. McCrea for Atsociatu Judge. Albert C. Hopkins for Congress. Anthony J. Malone for Stito Senator. .Times W. Fredericks for Assembly. Andrew H. Best for Sheriff. James Jefieris for Prcthonatary Wilbur F. Loveland for Treasurer. Frank M. Welsh aud Andrew C. Kissell for Commissioners. John MaGhee and Philip M. Leilzel for Auditors.  Turn on the light. THE PBOTHONOTAltYS OFFICE. Saturday's Democrat takes exception to an article in Friday's Expkess with reference to the Protbonotary's office and oalls ita "dirtyinsinuation," John F. Crown's honesty was not called in question and no reflection was intended to be caBt upon bis official record, wbioh we believe to be above reproach. But as large sums of money are paid into the Prothonotary's office on the order of the County Commissioners, would it not be well,' in view of the recent exposure in the latter office, to investigate both offices ? If the taxpay-en ever expeot to have this done they must elect Republican officials. Then again why should one family be given a mortgage on this office? The Browns have occupied It for a deoade and are now asking the people for another three years possession. James Jefferis will make just as good an official as Jobn F. Brown and as the latter has bad nearly two termB there isnoreaBonwhybosbould be given a third one. Vote for Jefferis and you will make no mistake.  Turn on the light!      _ CURRENT COMMENT. Turn on the light! Jerome B. Niles on tbe Stump and Speaks for the Whole Republican Ticket. Go to the pollB early to-morrow morning and vote tbe straight Republican ticket The man who is a strong Republican 304 daya in tbe year and goes back on bis party on tbe remaining day-which is always election day-ought to ohange his politics without delay.  Turn on tbe light. All tbe hopes of the Democrats Tor success at tbe coming eleotion are based on apat by and dissensions among the He-publicans. Disappoint tbeir expectation?, not only by going to tbe polls, but by doing some electioneering yonrself. No argument is so frequently used by the free trade Democrats as that which asserts a high tariff will make everything aheap. But, In the language of Speaker Reed, what do cheap goods mean to a man that hasn't the means to buy them? Clinton oonnty should give A. C. Hopkins 1,000 majority for Congress. Keep this figure in sight to-morrow and work to reach it. Hopkins deserves and should receive tbe hearty support of every citizen interested in tbe welfare of tbe county. A. C. Hofkiks is the true friend of tbe working man and baa proven it over and over again. Let every laboring man show bis appreciation of such a friend by voting and working to secure Hopkiot' election by a big majority. General Hastings will have the National Guard of Pennsylvania, when he retires from office at tbe end of bis term, much improved in condition over that in which he found it, which is saying a great deal, for the Guard has always been ' mous for its high perfection in military requirements. Cliktok oounty bas never had a Republican representative at Harrisburg aud now that the Republicans present an excellent eaodidate in tbe person of James W. Fredericks he should be eleoted. Mr. Fredericks has many friends throughout the oounty who should rally to his support to-morrow and if tbey^do this bis election is assured. Be sure to vote for Frederioks. From all the indications Tioga county' will be found to-morrow pilling np an old-fashioned majority for the whole Republican tioket. There is no discount on tbe Republicanism of that section of Pennsylvania, and tbe efforts of tbe Bemocraoy, even though made through their principal organization, will be fruitless. All honor to the Tioga Republicans, oannot be misled at snob a time M this. GKEAT ENTHUSIASM AT WELLSBORO Au Immense Meeting Htld In tho Court House Saturday Kvfninc and Word* of Kncouriigement ami Good Cheer SpnU  the objyct of his visit at this late stage in tho campiign General Hastings said: "I come hero for the purpose of accompanying Colonel Kress to Tioga county, in tho ioterest of my friend Mr. Hopkins, tho candidate for Congress. While I was billed to speak at the Academy of Music, Pittsburg, Monday night, I was anxious to oome here and lend what help I could to elect Mr. Hoi'kius,as he baa been my personal friend for years. I have known him intimately for tho last twenty-live years and am cognisant of his sterltug abilities and Bplondid manhood both in private and public life. I was born in Clinton county and lived thero until I was seventeen years of ago, and therefore have known Mr. Hopkins from my boyhood. I look upon him as my benefactor, on account of his having rendered mo a great service when I was a poor boy, and now that I have tho opportunity I feel that it is proper to repay bis kindness to. mo. "And in mentioning this instance of his benefaction to mo I know it is but one of many instances in which Mr. Hopkins took occas'on to give assistance to young men. No ono stands higher in the estimation of tho people of tho community in which ho livo3 than does Mr. Hopkins, and this boiug tho first time that his fellow oitlzens had the opportunity to show their appreciation of him as a neighbor aud a Republican, I have no doubt but that he will receive a very largo vote \u Lock Ha ven and Clinton county." "How about the situation in the State General ?" "After almost �ix weeks of continuous work on the stump of this SUte I am satisfied that S:tiatjf Dal a mater and tho State ticket will be elected "">y a handsome majority." General Hastings expressed this sentiment with an earnest nod of tho hoad, aud, as he settled back in bis chair, and puffed on bts cigar, continued: "There is no doubt of it Rir; tho Republicans of Pennsylvania are thoroughly aroused to the ib-suo. I look not only for tho election of the State ticket, but for graud results al' around." GET OUT THE FULL REPUBLICAN VOTE IN EVERY ELECTION DISTRICT AND SEE THAT THE TICKET IS VOTED STRAIGHT. VICTORY IS WITHIN OUR REACH AND WE HAVE ONLY TO WORK TO SECURE IT. I). ,MU  of n. Child. Joseph Lloyd Gronctt, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Grouc't, died last owning, aged 15 months. Tho funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon to meet at the bonse at one o'clock. Services in the German Settlement at 2 o'clock. TIOGA COUNTY ALL RIGHT. The  Republican ^Candidate  for    Co nereis "Worthy of Earnest Support. The Welisboro Agitator endorses tbe nomination of A. C. Hopkins aud urges hi* nomiup.tiou in the following language: S;aunch Republicans and gentlemen who have known Mr. Hopkins since his schooldays assure us that politically ho is of tho soundest Republican character. Nurtured in tho anti-slavery faith, ho became a Republican on tho formation of the party, and so he has remained ei or since. Even before ho was old enough to vote he was a worker for the first Republican candidate for the Presidency-General Fremont. His first vote was cast for tbe great War President, Abraham Lincoln, whom Democrats of all ranks and degrees delighted to traduce, and ever since that tirati Le-lias been an active voter for fie promotion of Republican priuciplas and tho Bueet'iitt t�f Repnbf.'wto oaudidtitOB. This is the political character of the man who is presented �s our candidate for congress. Mr. Hopkins is a tried and true supporter of Republican principles; he has been fairly and regularly nomioated by tho Republican Conference. Politically he is vouched for by the Republicans of Cliciton county, where he has lived many years, aud by leading Republicans of our own county, who have known him long and intimately. Cau any Republican of Tioga county afiord to desert the standard of such a candidate and give his support to any Democrat, however estimable he may     persouallj? Personally Mr. Hopkins is described by tho Democratic organ of Clinton county asa popular gentleman among tho people," "a mau whom nearly everybody likes," whose personal and business record is one to bo proud of." "As a citizen ho is active, public spirited and liberal, and in a charitable way he is one of those men who always endeavors not to Itt his left band know what his right hand doeth." This is tho voluntary testimony of a Democratic neighbor, who further certifies tbnt "for the twenty-two or twenty-three years that we havo known Mr. llopking wo have known him as a man of prinoipie and as a business in an thoroughly reliable." It is evident that the Republicans of tbe Sixteenth distriot have a candidate for Congress who is everyway worthy of their earnest support-a man who will well rtp-rescnt them in Congress, aud whoso election will reileet honor upon tho district. To doubt that ho will receive their hearty endorsement at tho polls next Tuesday it to doubt their intelligfiooo or their loyalty to the principles they profess to hold dear. A Week of Amusement. Kittle Rhonda and her admirable company will open a week's engagement at tbe Opera House to-uigbt. Miss Rhoads is a great favorite in this city and her rep-orloire includes a number of plays now to Lock Knvon. Popular prices will prevail, 10, 20 aud ;;U cents. This company played at Wilkesbarre and this is what the Xuch Dealer says of them: "Tho Kittie Rhoadt-s comedy company u^ido their debut to the largest Wiike.sb tiiu audimioe of tho season last night at Music Hall in a manner that was both creditablo and highly satisfactory. Tho play produced was 'Tho Planter's Wife,' a pleasing comedy drama. The rendition was excellent and all the parts wore well taken. Miss Rboades filling tho leading role faultlessly. She has a good voice and is handsome aud makes a good stago appcaranoo. She thoroughly captivated the audience that filled the hall from pit to dome, and there were rounds of applauso whenever she was on tho stagn. Taken all in all Miss Rhuady has a well balanced and strong Bujip.ur. Tho show gave entire satisfao-tio?j whk-h was indicated by continuous nppiiiuHt'. The majority of biiih priced comp.'.ni'.H c.;tit ot do as well as did Mies RIhm-:     e- mpaoy." TDK VOl e OK 18h(i A VOTE FOR PATTISON IS A VOTE TO REPEAL THE McKINLEY BILL. LET EVERY REPUBLICAN UNDERSTAND THIS THOROUGHLY. A Tablo nf Tli� Stute and County Ticket for Comparison. For the purposo of comparison on election night the following official figures of tho veto by townships, boroughs and wards iu Clinton county and tho Stito for tho year 18SG are given. The vote of this year will bo compared with that of 1SSG by the State Committees and the Associated Press. Allison.................. Ii Id E�t;ie................I Beeek Creek Bro........ Keeck Creek Twp..... Castimea.........._......... Chapman................. Colebmk..................... Crawford........1.......... l)u unstable............... Gallagher................. Greene........................ Grugfin...................... East Ke-ailug............. West I\ call kg............ Latnur....................... Leldy.......................... Lock Haven. 1st. w....1 �:u-......i �'       ;id w......; " 4th w...' Logan.......................... irfii; mi urn....................; M1U Hall....................i Noyes..........................i Pine Creek................: Porter.........................1 Renovo, 1st ward......i "Id ward........! VVnync....................... Woodward................' Blatli.  Heaver.   Wolfe. ra| 211 Ti (tills......... Majorities . THE STATE. Heaver.   Black.! Wolfe. 	!'    It.    i	JK    1	P. Ailnmc.......................	2S2*J	:r>-:4	V.YX Allegheny.................	177711	3 hit is	 Armstrong...............	H\m		.'i 12 Heaver.......................	�i:tsi		380 Bedford......................	�      :iit'j!)	WIS	(10 Berks........................	!         S'kSil	117711	4 !'l Biatr..........................	'        51W	4H'H	 Bradford...................	l!            TiMill	:wii>	t;4:; BuekM........................	i         7 ITS	77; 17	;>s2 Butler........................		o*770:	575 Jumbrla....................		4!ftifi'	Mi Cameron....................	'   - tits;	.yjs	3S Carbon.......................	i       TO	32*'	235 Centre.......................	�J      oJ'th;		1% .'heater......................	:!     mus'	0151,	1210 Ciarion......................	:!         'JlJS-'i	3I7U!	2-52 Clearilehl..................		5'iOT!	3S5 Clinton......................	i i         '2Z7'A'		1X3 Join in bin...................	J         1*79!	4-AfJi	21S Ji aw ford..................		5*17;	llttt Jnmht-rlaiid.............	�10171	iSSij	4(iH Dauphin...................	;i      7scy:	IH32J	ti26 Delaware.......^.......	1      titer.'	40 ill:	(�4 Elk............................	l'j-ii	17l.Hl:	21 Erie..........................	HtXIi ;	fi-J72.	iti� layette.....................	5114	o-sn	3'17 Forert.......................	ti�>;	51.17.	142 Krankllu.....^...........	5l:'li;	4;17 ;	.'!53 Fulton......................	SIH	li:>	0) tirteue......................	21;i7		lttJ Hmitiiigdnn...........	37;; i;	Z^i 1'	371 Indiana..............	4171 i	L*iir�i:	37S Jellorson................	Hit;-;"	i:7i:i	H* J ll uIhUk....................	1707	1752	:i(i Jjickawaiina...........	tires �	(i'.KW	I2M Lancaster.................	1T24	11143	7*2 Lawrence..................	;si:ji	IKS i	501* Lebanon...................	41* i-J.	j^m	120 Lelilu'ti ....................	674.i	77) ii�	172 Luzerne................	10X11		S0J Lj'mnun^................	17!i:j	(ilS'.l	 MeKcan..................	1*77	1JK5	ivt Mercer......................	17	4 isy	7.� Mifflin.......................		lli'.U	137 Monroe....................^	Pia		53 Mon gome ry.............	HA'.'H,	11.442	G25 Montour..................	y�	ItilS	130 .Northampton...........		!tiS4	201 Northumberland ....		5::ii	301 Perry........................		27CU	114 Philadelphia...........			3s01 Pike...................-.....	(1           4l>ij	pJ07t	IS Potter........................		150-)1	212 Hehuylmil.................		lllttSl	 v der.....................	�J7 lt2!	510 Westmoreland........	TS'.ii	SilKtj	5i!7 Winning...............	IS 10	ism	I2S York...... .................	75^	10US7	453 Totals....................	.;   412IS!-,;	3ti'.'>;i 1	32422 Pluralities.............		!	 GKT OUT THE FULL REPUBLICAN VOTE IN EVERY ELEOTION DISTRICT AND SEE TIIAT THE TICKET IS VOTED STRAIGHT. VICTOR if IS WITHIN OUR RE ACQ AND WE HAVE ONLY TO WORK TO SECURE ir. _ A True Friend. The following is an extract from a letter received by Mr. Hopkins ou Saturday and is another proof of that goutleorin'ti generosity to thosQ in his employ: St. Paul, Minn., pat. 29, 1800. Mn. A. C. IIihtuns-Dear Sir: � � * "While in the heat ol tho campaign your euemies may abuse you. I do not believe that iuq people who have known you ko loiitf as the whole-aoulod generous "Hop" will allow anything to keep them from voting for you. I could enumerate a list of instances where I have known you to Htep out of your way to help tho men in your employ in such a way that it ought to briDg you tbo votes of every laboring man In the Sixteenth District In my own eato, an a poor student at Lafayette, you saved mo from ending my college life ft term earlier than I did." TERSELY TOLD HAPPENINGS. THE HAimoXTOUS DEMOCRACY. AU the Late News and Views of the Ojty Up to 3:00 P. M. Tho small boy, when asked his age, replied that judged by the fun he had, he was 100 yoars old, pretty accurately described tho feeling of tho largo audienoo at the* Academy last night. Lilliau Kennedy made a deoided hit, and the amusement that was crowded into three hours to uu-raveP'OaseyV Troubles" was enough for two nights. Mr. Rolcy was au excellent "Casey," and in all tho roles essayed by Mlaa Kennedy she was equally chariniug and Fucoessful, The company is far above the averago, and 13 sure of big business.-Pottsvillo (Pa.,) Evimnrj Chronicle, December 10, 1SSS. GOTTEN UP IN A READABLE POEM The Strike End. d-The lEotly imt Fouod- Arrefttd fur Murder- Coming Home to Vote-Winter Wither - Letter List-A Trne Frlf>iHl-C�iii�Atiy II Signal Corp? -.111111 Killed. The strike at tho Lock Ilavuii Nad Mill is o! ded aud the puddlers who went o.it last week are all at woik again with the exception of four. The causes that led to the strike were laid before th� officers of tho Am:ilgated lion Workers Association and it was decided by them that tho strikers were clearly in tbe wrong. Ycfcterday Mauauer Scheibley received a communication from the Vice President of tbe Association, informing bim that the strike was declared off and requesting him to light up tbo furnaces and discharge all men who refused to go to work. Tho furnaces aud nail departments are both in operation again to-day. .Turn In fur Hopkins; Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial. The Republicans of the Sixteenth district ought to turn in with enthusiasm for Hopkins, their nominee for Congress. He is in every way worthy of their unanimous support. This great district, composed of the couuties of Lycoming, Potter, Tioga; and Clinton, cannot afiord to be represent-1 ed by a Democrat. Every Republican; vote is needed in Congress to maintain the ! policy of protection, and tho vast interests i of this district cannot be allowed to su0er ; in Democratic hands. Mr. Hopkins has just been nominated, and he has no time to make a thorough campaign. Consequently it is all the more necessary for every Republican to stand by him loyally. Lot every Republican see to it that his vote is cast for Hopkins for Congress and Delamater for Governor. Arrested For Murder. An Italian named Frances! Crose was arretted yesterday by Chief Westbrook on suspicion of having njurdered another Italian named Fraucesi Gallo, at Wells-burg, Brooke county, Va., a short time ago. Tho man arrested hero corresponds exaot'y with the description of tho murderer, aud this morning a telegram was received from Sheriff Curtis, of Wellsburg saying, "Hold the prisoner, you have the right man. I will come as soon as possible." GET OU T THE FULL REPUBLICAN VOTE IN EVERY ELECTION DISTRICT AND SEE THAT THE TICKET IS VOTED STRAIGHT. VICTORY IS WITHIN OUR REACH AND WE HAVE ONLY TO WORK TO SECURE IT. Annual Concert and Ball. The seventh annuil cancert and ball Of tbo P. & E Fire Brigade of Renovo shops, will be held in tho Assembly building Hiauksgiving eve., November 20. Stopper & Fisks orchestra, of Williamsport, will furnish the musio. The G en-eral Commi.teo aro S. F. Dedier, John A. Poorman, P.J. Wilmes, G. L. Bennett, John E. Houlahau. The Ex-PiiTiss acknowledges the receipt of an invitation. The Body Not Found. A number of men searched all day yesterday for the body of young Cyrus Sweyer, but did not find the remains. A seino was used a portion of the time, and tho river both above and below the dam was dragged with grappliug hooks. The searoh has been abandoned until nine days after tho drowning, when it will bo resumed, as at that time it is thought the body will rise to tho surface of the water. Kittle Rhoads at tho Opera House to-nigh t in tbe great Southern play "The Planter's Wife." Comltic Home to Vote. A number of residents of this city and vicinity, who work in other counties, have come home to vote. Many of them aro on tho streets to-day talking polities, aud the towu is unusually lively. Turn ou the light. To Make Final Arrangements. At the regular meeting to-night of the I. O. of G. T. tho final arrangements will bo made for tho entertainment to be given next Monday night, November 10. AU members aro requested to atteud. Open Till 1 A. M. Miss Lizzie Thomas will keep her lunch rooms opsu electiou night until 1 o'clock a. m., and those desiring oysters, coffee and sandwifflics can bo accomraorl.iled ou short notice. A Spicy T.vttar From Hon. John V. Shaffer Refitting an Imputation. The following communication from Hon. John U. Shaffer and published in the Democrat of Saturday would indicate that atl is not harmony iu tho Democratic ranks: Renovo, Pa., Nov. 1, 1890.-. Editor Democrat: I find the following notice in your local columns yesterday: "A circular has. been sent from Renovo calling upon tlie voters to vote tho Democratic ticket. That (his emanates from dlfgruntled Democrats who have been disappointed In getting olllce and are noting In collusion with the Republicans to defeat our ticket la very apparent. L,ook out Tot tho wolves In sheep's clothing." I desire space to s�y that I think you are entirely too free jumping at conclusions and charging that the above emanates from Kauovo from "disgruntled Democrats" who havo been disappointed in getting uffije, etc., whioh";-I take it, direotly casts the blame for its emanation upon my shoulders and puts an unjust imputation upon my Democracy. The circular referred to was neither written nor printed by me, nor had I the slightest knowledge of its existence until I road tho above item in your columns. If yon will take tho trouble to look carefully around the "disgruntled Democracy" of your own city, I think you'll find a number of rotten speoks. where you might properly locate the blame. 1 havo never sold out my Democracy, nor don't expeot to. Let those who make such charges examine thoir own past rotten Democratic records. Very respectfully, etc., John" U. Shaffeb. . Turn ou tho light. GET OUT THE FULL REPUBLICAN VOTE IN EVERY ELECTION DIS TRICT AND SEE THAT THE.TICKE T, IS VOTED STRAIGHT. VICTORY I S WITHIN OUR REACH . AND WE HAVE ONLY TO WORK TO SECURE IT. Latter List. Following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Look Haven Poatoffice . up to Saturday, Nov. li 1890:   � ., : Annie 3. Angier, Miss EUa Bowman,-* Miss Mame Campbell, William Crumle, W. A Uouse, Charles Graves, James Grady, George HamiltiD, "(2) Miss Elizabeth R. Harlemao, Miss Oiiie Smith, Samuel S. Probst (2), Fred Killami John C.-Keefe,-George MeNerney, W. B. Mingle., F.. G. . Miller, Miss Ruby Rogers, Wiitner A. Rhaiustine, Miss Mame Reed, Isaac Saeley, Miss S. Wanzy, Jao W. Welsh. R. S. Barker, P. M. Send in the News. Election officers and others who are interested in having the result of the eleotion made known as soon as possible,, will confer a favor by sending the returns of wards, boroughs and townships to this office as soon as possible Tuesday night. . Favors of this kind will be greatly appreciated by the publishers of the Ex-raESS.   Send the returns by telephone, , telegraph or messenger. j. A VOTE FOR PATTISON IS A VOTE TO REPEAL THE McKINLEY BILL. LET EVERY REPUBLICAN UNDERSTAND THIS THOROUGHLY. The Hand-in-Hand Sapper. The supper given at tho Montour House' by Hand-in-Hand Hose Company, Saturday night, was liberally patronized.  The -company will realize quite a nice snm to replenish tbeir treasury. A Roorback. We aro requested by Mr. Jefferis to say that there is no truth in the rumor that ho has chosen a man to fill the position of olerk, should he be elected Prothonotary by the voters of Clinton county. Blaike's speech iu Philadelphia on Saturday will make thousands of votes for Delamater. His reception in the City of Brotherly Love exceeded any of the welcomes heretofore extended to tbe great Republican leader in that oity and his able address has cheered the hearts throughout the whole State. PKRSOXAI* JPKNCILINGS. We Will. From the Gazetteand Bulletin/ McCormick carried this strong Democratic county, tho people voting for him as a matter of home pride. Will the people of Clinton county do as well by thei" candidate? E. J. Larkin?, of Williamsport, spent part of yesterday in this city. W. R. Saiter, of Monongohala City, is visiting friends in this city and Woodward township. Warren Martin, of Williamsport, is circulating among his Lock Haven acquaintances to-day. George Barner came down yesterday from Carrier, and will return to-morrow aftor caBtiog his vote. Mrs. Nelvin Compton and little son returned on Saturday afternoon from an extouded visit to relatives in Harrisburg. Frank Lee Miles, who presented the "Wiuo Cup" in this city some time ago is a member of tho luttio Rhoads Company. Ho is being warmly welcomed bybisnuro-crous friends to-d iy. Charles Keiger, baggage master at the Philadelphia and Erie depot, in this city, left this morning for Three Runs. He was accompanied by his brother, Edward Keiger, and they will be out about three week's hunting for deer.   

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