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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAK-NO. 222. LOCK HAVEN, PA., MONDAY. NOVEMBEK 17, 1890. PBICE-TWQ CENTS EVENING EXPBESS KIN8I.Ok: BKOTHEB8---PUBOSHKKS THEiCOSTEST TALK. Sumo of the Demoorats of thi> Conereg Bional district talk of oontosting the seat of Hon. A. C. Hopkins because he was only elected by a majority of 51 over Hon. M, K. Elliott, the Damooratic candidate. We doubt Tery much if Mr. Elliott has ka'.hotized this talk or bss oonsonted to make a contest, bat if be has let bim go abead and prove hie right to a seat to wbiefa A.. C. Hopkins was honestly and olearly elected to fill. A Democratic HooBe might be willing to nnseat Mr. Hopkins, but Hr. Elliott would gain very little by it nor oocopy the seat very long. Bboald Hr. Hopkins be chested out of bis seat be would be renominated and re-elected'by snob an emphatic majority as to silnee bis jealous enemies. The Philadelphia Preit of to-day has the following to say in regard to the matter: "It i� stated that Mortimer P. Elliott, tbe defeated Democratic candidate for Congress In the Sixteenth district, intends to contest tbe eltotion. His successful sompatitor, Albert C. Hopkins, bad but flfty-one majority, but that ought to be aufBoient to lecure bim the seat unless there has been fraud. We do not uuder-ataad that fraud is alleged, b^t that if a eoctest is made it will be on the ground ol eertain loose practices at several polls in Tioga County and one poll in Potter. These things were clearly not done-if done at all-with any purpose to aid Mr. Hopkins, bat, as these districts gave him a majority, if their Totes should be thrown out on some technicality a Democratic House miKht be pursuaded to deprive bim of his seat. At present Mr. Elliott is so ill that be_ is not giving this matter bis attention, and the talk of contest has been started by yartisana who assume to be his friends. Cpon bis recovery Mr. Elliott is very likely to put a stop to the whole busineas; be is not a man wbo would de. aire to defeat the popular choice by means of a technicality." CURRENT COMMENT. Thkke are upwards ol 8.000 practicing pbyeiolans in the State of Pennsylvania. This is one doctor to about every 650 people. Leokidas M. Miller, tbe Democratic Congressman from Oabkosh, is a full-blooded Greek, tbe first man of that race wbo erer held a seat in the Congress of tbe United States. SnBRiFF-ELKCT CossEL, of Philadelphia, announeed on Thursday that Frank Willing Leach, Senator Quay's Private 8�er�tarj, woald be his Real Estate Deputy.  The salary is 8,000 per year. Sicoking imported cigars is very much like drinking obampaigne. More of the Utter is oonsumed in this country than is made In tbe Cbampaigne district. So too with car fine bigfa priced cigars. About 40,000,000 are annually imported, but at the very lowest estimate, about 500,000,000 are conaumed. Tee United States Fish Commission promisee to make ahad plenty along our Atlantic coast rivers. They have been turning young shad fry into these streams by the milliona this fall, not the minute things heretofore turned adrift in the upper watan of the rivers, but fisb of some size, wbioh were grown in land-locked ponds near the ooatt, where they escaped all tbe daogera of early fiabhood. There is is more trouble ahead for tbe Columbian Exposition. Secretary Win-dom ii sotaatisSed with the Chicaeoeaque manner in which the government appropriation for tbe abow baa been handled and baa aubmitted a statement to theCon-greaaional Inveatigating Committee. It is annoanted that tbe subject will probably b� taken up by Congress at its coming aaasioD, and tbe resulting inveatigation may postpone the already backward eu-tarptlae atill further. BMCb Crtwk Schedule. A change in schedule of pasaonger trains on the Beech Creek railroad too!: place yesterday. The morning westbound train leaviug WllUamaport at 7:35 a. m. remains same aa at praaent. The evening train for Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, Pbilipsbiag Claar-fleld and Gazzam will leave at 5 o'clock inatead of S.-iS ai formerly, and will consequently arrive at stations west of Wil-liamaport 45 minutes earlier than at pros-ant. Eaatbonnd trains will leave Gazzam at 1.S5 p. m., Clearfield at 7 p, m. and 3:80 p. m., Pbilipsburg at 725 a. m. and 3:55 p. m.. Look Haven at lOflS a. m., 6:52 p. m., Jersey Shore at 10:35 a. m. and 7:25 p. m., arriving at Willianisport at 11:10 a. m. and 8 p. m. Tbe time oaids in full can be bad by ap-plioatioo at any Beech Creek railroad offloe or addressing a postal card to tbe general pasaeoger agent at Jersey Shore. HE IAS CROOED FOR YEARS A New Pinanoial Sensation in New York Creates a Big Stir. DOINGS or A PEOMINEBT BEOKEE Albert U. Smith, Member of a WeUiKnown Firui, Gailty of Beventy Foreerles, \K-areastinK 83ao,000-De Acknowledaea His Goilt �Dd Canuot Escape e Ijodc Term of ImprlBonmant. New Tobk, Nov. 10.-Albert H. Smith, junior partner in the brokerage firm of Mills, Robeson & Smith, No. 96 Broadway, is a prisoner at police headquarters, charged with over seventy forgeries, aggregating i35O,0O0. Smith has acknowledged his guilt, and has turned over all his property for the benefit of his creditors. The discovery of the forgeries, which cover a period of six }ear5,wa8 accidentally made on tSaturday morning by a stock clerk in the employ of Mills, Robeson & Smitb. In his confession Smith says be used the money obtained by his forgeries to reimburse customers of the firm who had lost money on his suggestion. Before his arrest he made a clean breast of bis doings to his associates in the firm. facts made public. Although the case is not yet complete Inspector Byrnes, aware of the excited condition of the money market, and fearing that the matter might be used by Wall street sharps, determined to make public the raal facts of the case. Smith's method was something akin to that of Bedell, the clerk of tbe firm of Shipman, Choate & Laroque, who was sent to prison for a long term recently. The loss, resulting from Smith's misdoing, will fall upon the firm of Mills, Robeson & Smith, which has been in ei-iatence since 1872, and which has been held in the highest repute. TO save HIMSELB-. About six years ago Smith became embarrassed, and to save himself adopted tbe soheme which has led to bis downfall. He would buy seven, eight or nine shares of first class stock, and by adding a cipher or the letter T raise the order to seventy, eighty or ninety shares. These be would deposit with the firm aa a private account, and thus made his partners responsible. The shares were in course of time hypothecated with the Union Trust Company, United States Trust Company, Chemical Bank, Pbtuoix Bank, Mechanics Bank, Fourth National Bank, Nassau Bank, of Brooklyn, and Russell Sage, until the amounts secured reached between ?20,000 and $30,000 in each case. now it was DiaCOVEIlED. Smith's forgeries might have continued indefinitely if stock clerk W. A. Watson, had not dlBooverad that tbe figures in a eertifloate turned in by Smith on Saturday had been raiaed. An investigation followed and showed that Smith had purchased but seven shares instead of seventy as announced on the face of the certificate. This led to an overhauling of the books of the firm, and then all oane to light. At a subsequent couforenco with his associates Smith made a full eoufes-sion and then went to his home. No. 204 Columbia street, Brooklyn, where he was arrested. IS a I'ROMINBHT CHORCnMAN. Smith is a promioeut ohnrohman and member of aeveral clubs. Knowing that the eipesure was inevitable he sent in his resignation to all the clubs previous to his arrest. Smith's crime is forgery in the first degree, and as he has confessed his guilt, he cannot escape a long term of imprisonment. He is 45 years old and a childless widower. All of Smith's forgeries are not a total lose to tbe firm, as about a fourth can be recovered. The net loss will be �270,000. ACQUITTKD   OF  MUUUER, End of the Miller Trial at Emporium-A Tordlct of Kot Oallty. Emi'0UIC3J, Nov. 15.-In tbe case of Albert Y. Miller, charged with the mur-der of Christian Drum, af'er a fair and impartial trial of six day's duration, ended to-day at 5 p. m. after the jury had been out two hours, with a verdict of not guilty. B. W. Green, P. R. Colter and S. W. Smith defended the prisoner. District Attorney Metzger was assisted by Johnson & MoNarney for tbe Commonwealth, Probably fifteen hundred people awaited the verdict. When the prisoner was made free very many congratulated bim. During tbe trial be was as unconcerned as an ordinary spectator. The oaee baa excited much interest and is the topic of conversation on all aides to night. six miles from here, occurred last evening and destroyed every store but one in tbe town. The fire broke out in tbe rear of Carlisle's grocery store, burning the postoffioo building, office and residence of Dr. Gregory, R. H. Moore'a residence, general store and reeidenoe of J. L. Bayler, residence and large store of J. Edinger, and two other buildings. Loss between 435,. 000 and $40,000, with little insurance. A mmi OF THE SERPENT. Be Telia of Hla Awful Eziwrlnoe On the NiEfat of the Wreck. CoRituHHA, Nov. 16.-The British gun boat Lapwing, brought the Serpent's aur-vivora to Corrnnna to-day. An Associated Press sorrespoudent boarded the Lapwing on her arrival and had an interview with one of the survivors named Burton, wbo said that the Serpent struck tbe covered rock about 10.30 o'clock Monday night, tbe weather at the time being dirty but not foggy. All bands were below ezsept tbe officers and six watobmen. Immediately after the shock all wbo were below rushed to tbe deck. The crew obeyed the orders of tbe officers and there was no panic. A large boat was soon lowered, but it was amasbed to pieces and the occupants perished. It then became evident that it would be useless to lower another boat. Another attempt to throw a cable ashore also failed. Meanwhile the men were being waahed ashore. Burton aaw one wave vrash twelve men into the -sea. About an hour after tbe Sarpent atruok the captain gave the men leave to save themselves aa they thought beat. Barton jumped overboard, having a life bait around hia waist, as had all the men on watch. Nobody followed him. After swimming for two or three houta, battling with the immenae wavea all tbe time, he reached calm water and landed in an ex-hsueted condition, although his only injury was a alight abrasion of the leg. Tbe night was pitch dark. I.lt�rary Notci. The Christmas edition of tbe Coamo-politaa magazine is one hundred thousand copies. The order, as originally Riven to the printera, waa for 85,000 copiea, but while on tbe preaa it was thought advisable to increase the number to 100,000. It containing a feature never before attempted by any magazine, consisting of 122 cartoons from tbe brush of Dan Beard, the now famous artist, wbo did such wonderful illustrating in Mark Twain's book, "The Yankee at the court of King Author." The frontispieces of the Cosmopolitan have of late beoome noted for their beauty, some of them having as muoh as four printings. That for Christmas, while in but two printings, is not behind anything that has preceded it in artistic merit. An excellent illustrated article is one on teapots, by Eliza Ruhmah Soidmore. Literary Boston ia treated with numerous portraits, and an article which comes with tho ninetieth birthday of Van Moltke, sketches the life of the great Pield-Marahal an intereating way, and is by Gen. James Grant Wilson. Elizabeth Bisland has one of her charming artioles. The Christmas Issue contains 228 illui-trations, nearly double the number that have ever appeared iu any illustrated magazine. the illustrated aueiiican. Attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of the above publication, to be found elsewhere in this paper. TUeroin tho conditions of one of tho most generous propositions for the forming of subsoriptiou clubs ever offered by any periodical is given In detail. One thousand dollars is a goodly sum to many a struggling church, and that is the amount one church in this state will receive, as per tbe terms of the offer. No one who becomes a member of these clubs will fail tu receive full value for nis subscription, for tbe lllustTaUd American is one of tho most attractive weekly periodicals in existence, and Us fifty-two visits annually will be welcome in every household. It is artiatio in every sense of tho word, filled with literature of a high grade, and with sketches of travel, beautifully illustrated, both in our own country and rbroad. Read tbe advertisements and be assured tnat the lllustr.attd American is all that ia claimed for it. � BlMk^DlghMhirto for man are �n-oonDoad. SCODBOED BV THE FLAMES. A Small Town In Clcarfleld County Almoit TVIped Oat. DuBois, Nov. 16.-Tbe most diaastrous conflagratiOD iu the hietory of Latberburg, a amall farming villaga of about 400 iodIb, Death of Frank Enron. Erank Earon died yesterday, at Jersey City, N. J. His body will be brought to this city to-morrow morning on Erie Mail traiu and taken to the residenae of Mrs. Earon, mother. of the deceased, oa Railroad street, from where the funeral will take place. National Conaetvstory of Alualo, The National Conservatory of Music of America baa added to ita faculty as pro-fessor of enaemble and operatio ohoras Mr. Guatav Binrioha, who has aooom-pliahed so much in the adqoational work of opera sang in English in thii oonntry. TRAUSPIRIBGS OF A DAY. News of IIiiteiiM'-^terest for Onr Uanj Besdei^to Femse. THE LATEST LOOAL NEWS BULLETIN. Cndei the CarlriMtla-Wba Will Win tha Prlse-WUIUnupnrtara Comlaic-T. M O A. Soolal-Tbe Baby Coach Upaet-Ooa-necUoc f tha Steam rine-Board of . Trade HenlBr' ' Rezford DeHaas, a little seven year old WllUamaport, boy waa fatally injured by the oars in that olty last Saturday. "Tbd little fellow waa going towarda bii. home and finding a train of freight oart blocking his way be undertook to orawl under one of the can. He waa partlallynnder when tha oar moved and tha boy waa caught by tha wheels. Hia left la^ waa cruahed and his abdomen rlyped (qten. The onfortuoate lad lingered for a few boura in agony when death oame to hia relief. The boy'a father is a letter carrier. I.atMi lAn. Following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Lock Haven Postoffice up to Saturday, Nov. 15,1890: Miss Clara Bovier, K. E. Burton. Geo. A. Clark. Mm. Mary Fees. D. B. Fenier Miss Ada FouIk(3,) Geo. Hamilton, Jack Haven, Mr. Baup(2,)R. W. Jameson Miss Lizzie King, Harry ..Long, Miss Mollie 1. Mayes, Samuel F. McConnel (2,) Geo. Miederstadt, Mrs. Hartfaa Moore, Uias Postelwaite, Wm. j. Reem, Fred Roto-iiffe, Jerrard Roger, Miss Rosa Smith, Miss Mary Venemot, L. Weinatain Hiaa Fannie Werta, Qinseffe Scarpa. R. S. Barker, P. M. Who Will Win tha Prize. Some time ago Jacob Kamp the boot and shoe man olferad a prize to the per-Bon who would raiie the largest sweet pumpkin, and also a prize for the aaoond largeat pumpkin. Il will be known ia a few days who the winners of the prizes are. The big pamiikmB are no,^ an exhibition ia Kamp'a'show windoi^. The firat prize will be a i�ir of first olaaa kip boots worth (3.00 and tha aeoond prize a pair of ladies ahoes worth t3 00 WlUlamaportera Comlnc. To-morrow evening tha Republioans of WllUamaport wiU come to Look Haven for the purpoae of publicly congratulating Congreaaman-elect A. C. Hopkins. The Williamsportera will come on special oars attached to Fast Line, and will arrive btre at 8 o'clock. Tha oelebrated Fisk Military band will accompany the party and furniah music for the occasion. The exoursioniata will return to Williamaport on the midnight train. A Big Fat Porker. A. H. Hartmao, of tbe First ward, killed two fat hogs to-day, one of whioh weighed 509^ pounds. A number of persons guessed at the weight of the animal before it was killed, but Mr. Hartman and A.S. Kulp came the nearest to guessing the correct weight. They each guessed within half a pound of the exact weight. Editor J. W. Furey guessed 570 ponnds. The Baby Coach Upeet. Last Saturday night, while a Jones street man was pushing a baby coach on the sidewalk on Bellefonta avenue, above Commerce street, the darkness was so Intense that he be eould not see the walk and ooach and baby waie npset Into the mud. Fortunately tbe ohlld asaaped injury. It is evident that mora light is needed. -. . � - Oonnectinc to the Steam Une. Poter Keller, of Kellers Hotel, shows a determination to keep bis hotel first-elaaa in every reapect. He ia now diaaontinoing tbe nae of boiler heating in his building and is attaching to tbe steam company's line, thereby guaranteeing to hla guests tho maximum of comfort and safety. Sam'l Z. Martin is doing the steam fitting. A. Handsome Bouqaet. Mr. John S.Logue, of Bellefonteavenue, presented Mr. J. B. G. Kinsloe, editor of the Clinton Republican, with ahandaoine banquet of Crysantbemums, on Saturday evening, whioh contained twenty-aeven varietiaa of that flower. Theae did not include all the varietiea which are grown by Mr. Logue. T. H. C. A. SodaL Tho membera of the Y. M. C. A. wjU hold a aocial in tbe rooma on Grova street this evening at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation Is axtanded to all friends of the Aaaoolation to attend and partieipata in the exercises. Nookildren admitted unless accompanied by their parentj. Taken to Wayne for Barlal. Tbe remaina of an old gentleman naned Emert were taken through this oity to-day to Wayne for burial. The deoaaaad died near Rosser.tDa, aad a large prooaasi^n followed tbe remains. PCNOEHT POT Por KBI. A MlseaUanaoiu �Iztara of Seas* aad Hon. aanae Sclaeored aad Scribbled. Take a little dash of watercolil And a little leaven of prayer. And a little flit of morning gold Dlaaolved In the morning air. Add to your meala aome merriment And a thought for kith and kin. And then, aa your prime ingredient, A plenty of work thrown In. But aplee 11 all with tbe easeuce of love And a mue whiff of pUy, Let a wlae old book and a glance above Oomplete the well made day. The Waits Comedy Company, that is to play in this oity all of next weak, opens in BallefOBts to-night. Board of Trade VeMlag. A regular meeting of tha Board of Trade will ba held at tha'namlplaoe on Grove street this evening at 7:80 o'olook. All membars are requeated to attend aa businesi taf ImptA'tanoe will be tnnaaatad; Women like long dresses, bnt don't like to wear them long. It is probably sailed Indian summar be-eauae wa have to wear blankata at night. A hopeful aign-A healthfol growing boy. ^     . Married men, who aboald bean ezampla, are nsoally ones who are far from exemplary. Hans seem to be Uking a holiday. Mink is the standard American fur. Rabbit potpie is the seasonable diah. Tha walkingstick runs to simplicity. Fur on everything feminine is the fad. It if rumored that Mary Anderson is rehearsing for a new part-probably that of the nurse in "Romeo and Juliet." Yaasar College, for ioatanoe, might have a coarse of true lo aaera Ceaieriag OB tke MaB From Mala* far 1892.^^ Mr. Clarkson, of the Pittsbnrg IW^aleh, riting from Waahington, says: "Ilie gossip of those members of Congress and politicians who have mads their appearance in the oity since the elections tnroa mostly on two toplos, and these an the '. Speakership of the next HDhseyand ; &e probaliilitiea thai the rraaliap(;,)iha election will modify materially Uie'eonna f things with regard to Uu) nominstioo of Bepabiiean oandidata for the Freaidenof : 1882. It U plain that tbe^drUts of' tb* Speakership ia aetting most .staiidily.in the direction of Roger ^ UiUi �> tbe i> knowladged leader of the Hoaas after lb. Carlisle and as the .reputed aathar^ofjlhs Hills taiiti biU, whiah, ia suppqiud.'Vsrj nearly to represent the opinions, .oft tbe ' party on the subject of datiea on imperU. . . . . if a vote were Uken sraangt^ Statesmen who are ontbe.groand, it is pretty plain that piia ^view if paid '.'bkve.a big majority, and that is that, HfLrrisoJD, Reed and HoEiniey are oat of the noa, and that Blaine is about the only man that is in it at this momciit'. 'Tbers, will/.ba some profound oouoaeling ^ ampng tba leaders of the party when they ooma^^ gether in a week or two, and it is'probabia that some line of Cpngressionill ,'andV administrative poUoy wiilba'jnuked .00^ which will concentrate both thp,leaders, and the rank and file in one harmoniqaa direction. .    , '� centering oh blaihb.     '] It is plain thataU dirsotiona at thU'time focus on the old ted briok bbase onliatay-ette Park, where the man from Haine ^ in an old fashioned window and looks ii^to the public entrance to the White.^[JBonas. Tbe general expression of pj^iDlon^msibe condensed into something iike this: '-^a party must have soma one airpapii ^Jioa to rally their shattered forces, ^u^i}!^ leader must be soma one opttoo uiiopijj involved in the defeat of Jut^^Toaadaf, and Blaine is theman to'whom.^isKV^^ turn in their hoarot.diat^esa liolead^ out of the wiiderneaa. /It.i's said-Uati^Tan Mr. Harrison feels now ' that be laade^ mlatakein not aUylngbimssIf more ploea-ly with Hr. Blaine,'and partio^aily O^t he missed an opporCu'nity when he.-, Ikil^ to send his piopose,d. reciprootty . messi^ to Congress. There is considerable titlk, inore pr.Iase idle, about the Bepablioans.taraini^aroiu>d now and inodifying or repealing ..the ,lie-kioley bill. Of ^oourso' thsy wUi.'do^^o such tbiug. But what .will .tie .^neV.jin-less jealousies prevent it, wili.be to ti^'ljo give some obaractei.^ to the teei^roolty feature. .   .' . .^^y^^^a relying on  rkciprqciix.  . ^ J. The reoiprooity amendment :adppta4,^^ Coograas was nothing UkewiutUr.Blaine wanted; but it ia Jwlieyed tJiat, a .tamtf ooDstrnotion may be given to, i^. ud. aajr legislation on the aubjeot eaaated if.neees-sary, and that something may- be aappw-plished by vigorous and prompt - acUoa in the Sute Department in the matter-of making treaties which will broaden oar matketaonthe Amenoan Continent and with Cuba. Uany Repahlioana yih� folly appreciate the meaning of their defeat,)ook to Mr. Blaine to do eomethiog in thla-direction to aave them, and are ready to (am tba party command over to him.x- *    ... bcandalodb action op DBALBBS;-: It is expected tbattbe stroke attempted at this session will be to agitata the reciprocity question and at the same time to ventilate to the country the tone saachisary of toe UoKlnley law, tba reoitieas iniareii-resentation of whioh had mnoh to^do vjtb tbe absurdly one-sided reanlte of the alee-tion, and especially to expose thedishoniat and soandalons action of dealers who take advantage of their caatomerii. by. putUng up tho prices of all kinds of artialea and alleging that it Is on aooonnt of aBlneieaaa of tbe tariff imposed by the Moffinley lit*. There is no question that the eounaela of Mr. Blaine will have immense wei^^t with the party in the near fatare, aadit is tbe ooDviotion among aome of ihe'wUeSt of tbe Bepabiiean ofBeials itiid Congniii-men, wbo are here, that if these oouiisela should appear to gather the party'togathef, there ia no power that will prevent tlis nomination of James O. Blainei of Maint, in 1892. . PBBSONAI. PKNGIUNSB. Moore Fredericks is transacting boai-ness in New York City. ,' ".", Q. W. BuH spent Sunday with fbia friends in Williamaport.'-J '"     ��' '' ' Will Israel, of Montgbniary, Sntidky^ with friends in Look Hkveor . � ''   B. Weber, of Howard,, wait'anipbg'tbe visitors in the oity yeaterday,' i,,,"' Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Sehrgederi have jt-tumad from a four weeks visit to Philadelphia. , Mr. and Mrs. W. V.;L�rkios, of W�-liamsport, spent Sunday with friepda in Lock Haven. Mrs. R. A; Sba# and daughter ^Attiik. ofMt Plsaunt, were guests of Dr.. atil Xia. Sohroader. yeataiday andtp^y,',   

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