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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEiVE-NO. 229. LOCK HAVEN, PA., TUESDAY. NOYEMBEK 25. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS KINSLOK BBOTHEB8 - - -J"^"^"*"? CURRENT COMMENT. George Goudd, the President of the raciOa Mail Sleamsbip company, in said to have iu him tlie stufT Tor a great fiuau-cier. Mb. Parnell'9 persisteucu iu tbe lead-erabip of the Irish paity is likely to coht tbe aauso of homo rule the loss of a large number o( Liberal supporters. There are a great many Liberals who will nut oou-doQo fiucb Aa oS�nse as tbe Irifab leader haa oommittcd. TuK question of a site for tbe Cbioago ErpoBiliOD has been settled again-and, let us hope, finally this time. The main eihibitioa is to be in Jaokeoo park, tbe art gallery, music hall and eleotrio display . o n the lake front, and tbe additional exhibits in WaeUiugton park. A mob which attacked the jail at llunt-i ogdon, Tenn , for the purpose ol lynching a man accused of murder was summurily repulsed, and one of their number was shot. The defenders of the jiil are to be congratulated on hafing given tbe mob a lesson. It is a lesson that needs to be enforced in more than one place in the Southeast. A. commdsication of a decidedly personal nature has been received by the Express. Among other things it urges the voters to change tbe control of the present city council if they ever expect a reform in the method of btreet improvements. As no namtt accompanied the communieation of course we cannot publish ft, and could not do so even with the name of the author in its present shape. Reports from Berlin are to tbe effect that the four physicians in that city whom Pro/easor Koch has intrusted with the exclusive practice of bis treatment for tuberculosis have a monopoly which is rapidly making tt'cm rieb, and thiit they are charging putients from $15 to (25 a visit. The scarcity of the lymph and the eagerness of visiting doctors to obtain it have also led to the most exhorbltant charges. There seems to be little hope that tbe po3r will be bencBtted by the remedy for some time to come. Thjb time for tbe meeting of the next National Republican Convention is eighteen months distant, and many things may happen in the meantime to aflect the fortunes of the Kepublican leaders. But there is one fact which at present must be recognized by every observer of the political situation, and that is tbat no other candidate for tbe nomination which that convention will make is recoiving more consideration in the Republican press and in Republican circles generally than Secretary Blaioa. Whes the Amtrican Economist called the Democratic victory at the election *Hhe triumph of lying,'' it not only told the truth, but bad English company in the telling of it. This is tbe way the London Financial Times aocouuls for the "ex-ceesiv* unpopularity" of tbe MoKinley bill abroad. It says that it *'was largely due to exaggeration on the part of tbe American Democrats, who have spared no eipeuBB or misrepresentation in raising opposition to tbe scheme." With all his eagerness to get and keep our "markets, John Bull cannot help feeling and expressing contempt for Democratic campaign lies.        _ PEB80NAI. PENCILIMOB. THE GHOST DANCE CONTINOES The Latest About the Indian Situation Only a Toss Between Peace and War. A L0& OAMP OAPTHEED BY SIOUX Mrs. Frank Htisler is home on a isit to Look Haven relatives and friends. Editor Joe W. Farey spent Sunday and yesterdsy with friends at Altoona atd Bellefonte. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gearbart are celebrating the twenty first anniversary of their marriage to-day. Mrs. Harry Vandersloot is visiting relatives in this city and will remain here until after the holidays., Dr. W. F. Msrrick, of Bradford county, has formed a oopartnership with Dr. A. R. Merrick, of this eity, and the two diic-tora can be found at any time at their dental rooms on Bellefonte avenue. Mr. and Mrs. David Hawkins and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Smead and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, all of Willismsport, were guests on Sunday of Mr. �ud Mrs. George Hawkins o( this city. On that day Mr. Hawkins cele brated his tbiity-Bevenlb birthday. Watch fur the Comet. Professor Charles N. Tbornberg, professor of engineering at the Vanderbilt University located the comet which was first seen in Colombo. Italy, November 15lh. The location of the comet is as follows: Its right ascension is 33 degrees 10 seconds north, and its declination 33 degrees 37 seconds north. It is the comet '-E" of 1890, and will be vKlble from tbe oartb for several montbi, and will probabl; be visible to tbe naked eje before long. Aaitisnoir tbe ^nebnla Is Titible. Xhe^I^Ccrs ComptUid to Takoto FUcht. After Wblcli tbe Savaces Loot tlie Camp -The Dance Still Oolae on and Troops BelncBurrledto'th^cane'-Orcat ActIV' ItT In Prevalllne. '       'f Sua waxo, Wis'^uVyf-t -News reached here to day of i^eriou^outbreak Saturday afternoon onJ^e Menominee Reservation. One hundriKand fifty armed Indians surrounded the^^^e camp of Henry Sucrry, ou Section IG^^resr Evcrgrson river, and burned the camp after tbe men bad retired. Eleven horses and fourteen oxen were killed and the camp outfit for sixty-five men destroyed. Tha thirteen white men were unarmed sod fied for their lives. The Indians claim the white men were trespassing, although the Sixteenth scC' tion belongs to tbe State. general miles BD8ILT kkgaged. Chicago, Nov. 24.-Everybody about army beadquaitcrB was busy to-day. Telegrams weru being constantly received from points over tbe west, and General Miles was sending replies and direeting the movement of troops. A large force, larger than has been mustered in tbe west siece 187G, will be in the region about Pine Ridge by Wednesday. The reinforcements are sent by reason of tbe advices received from General Brooke, who is disposed to take a very serious view ol the situation. General Miles attaches little importance to the reports of a plot to assassinate General Brooke. The orders given to the officers regarding the suppression of the ghost dance are largely discretionary. Their mission is to restore confidence among the Indians and allay tbe excitement. Tbey are expected to nee their own judgment as to the means for accomplishing that end. If it is considered the better policy to suppress th(!Sedauoe6 at once the officers have the means for so doing. However they may deem it belter policy to employ less barbb measures at tbe start. the war departmekt assi.�ting. Washisgton, Nov. 24.-Tbe War D.;-parttneut is giving every assistance in its power to General Miles. In addition to the military force in bis division, ten troops of oavalry, stationed in Arizona, New Mexito and Texas, alargelarcefrosi Foit Riley, including two light batteries of artillery have been forwarded to Pine Ridge Agency to reinforce his command. All these movements have been sanoUonod by the President, who is deeply interested in the Indian situation. THE CASADIAS    indians qUIET. Ottawa, Nov. 24.-At tbe mounted police headquarters here to-day advices were received that tbe Indians in the Canadian northwest are perfectly quiet, and no disturbanee anticipated. The patrol extends along tbo bo'tndary between the United States and Canada. FBOM THB COMMANDER. The Qaeeb'R Speech. London, Nov. 24.-The Queen's speech, will be read at the openins of Parliament to-morrow, was communicated at to-night's minihteral dinner. The (speech is of unusual brevity. After the cuiitomary reference to England's friendly foreign relations,, the speech alludes to the negotiations with Portugal riilative to Africa, and with Italy concern log East Africa, as not yet brought to a successful conclusion. A temporary arrangement with Poitugal. resp''oilng the Shire river and water ways in the interior, pives the way for an eventual treaty. The,hope Is expressed that the negotiations now progressing with France concerning the New Foundland fishery will soon lead to a satisfactory settlement, and the promise is made that the papers relating to the matter will be laid before Parliament at an early date. The Queen next alludes to the threatened potato famine in the west of Ireland. Uer Majesty expresses regret at the existing condition of affaiia, and says she trusts measures will be lakau to mitigate the people's distress. The speech further says that bills will be introduced relailvH to land purchase in Ireland Tithes, assifcted education and reform of piivate bill legislation for Scotland and the ixtension of local government in England. If the woik of tbe session permits a bill relative to local goTcrnracntIn Ireland will also be introduced. A nioeg the minor measures to be sub. milted arc bills relating to the liability of oraployeiF, and to the friendly suoieties and F.avings banks. There is no doubt of it! That Waite'e Comedy Company is one of tbe best on tbe ryad and the masie is not equalled by anj traveling oompapr. Grand dine moaioale at the Opera Uouse to-morrow afternooD. A Circular Letter That SboDld be Read i>y Every Uember of tbe G A. B. HKAnaiJARTKKS Q. A. B. 1 Ratlanil, Vt, Oct. 1, DO. / CoMKAnis:-Sl!ice being elected Command er-m-Chleft have visited ten dcpaitmenu six or which are west of the Missouri river, and have tjeen more than ^ratiaed to observe the hearty spirit of comradeship everywhere prevalUrg. and the growlne pride in and devotion to our noble order. The thought seemed to be in every mind and the words on every lip that tbe Grand Arnjy of the Republic should be made to round np one-hair million comrades this yaar. Tbe inspiration of this thought was not mere pride in numbem, but the advanfjige of membership to individual character, and the advantage of numbers in increasing the potency of tie order In IU lofty worli of Fraternity. Charity and Loyalty. It is on tbe gronnd of Individual and public benellt that it becomes our duty to increase our membership. There are yet several hundred thousand worthy veterans who served bravely with us on laud or sta, not yet wltli us in this organization, if we do not bring in ilay thousand or more ol them this year tbe fault will be our own. This means an addition of about ten to every hundred, who doubts but this can be easily done? What Post will hold back? Let all Department Cummiinders at once take the leadersl^lp and dlrecUon In this work in their respective departments. 1 have seen enough to know that they will find cordial and entbuslastlu response, both from Individuals and Poets. Tills Is the best season of the } ear for tbe recruiting service to be made elTeccivo and sucoessful. It should not pass without our achieving resulu as grand as our possibilities are great. Yours in F., C. and L., OfHcia'.: W. G. Vl^ZY, -I. H. GonLDlNO.   Commander-iu-Chlef. Adiatsnt-General.      ^ Tbe Little Folka. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company is sending strict orders to ail passengei conductors in reference to passing children over five years and under twelve years of age free. They quite recently diacbarged one of their beat conductors for a violation of this rule. It appears they have deteot-ices on the diSetent branches of tbeir great road watching, and they giv* fair warning to all that the rule must be obeyed. Children under fire years of age are carried free, over five years and under twelve years at one-balf rate tickets, over twelve years full fare. Any parties wishing to travel and take their children with them liad better heed tbe warniDje as tbe oondoctors must carry ibis order out or off goes their heads. Often they are placed iu a very unpleasant position, especially where women are on trains and ohildren with them and in some cases are poor and have not tbe money along to pay tbeir fare for them. Iu snob oasea tbey must leave their children at home or they may be obliged to get off and return home on foot. This may seem hard in many oases, but the railroad company dare not discriminate, and so there is no other alternative. Gat your tickets and be sure you are right before you start from the home sution. TBANSPIRINGS OF A DAY. News of Interest for Onr Man; Seadors to Peruse. THE LATESTLOOAL NEWSBULLETDT. rilMGEIiT POT PODKBI. At the opera Boese, The Walte Comedy company have cause to feel proud of the reception accorded them by Opera House patrons last night. The bail was well filled and the play presented in a careful and acoeptsble manner. James R. Waite as "Uncle Reuben" is tbe title roU, was excellent. He fills tbe bill exactly, and the character was never better portrayed in this city, unless we except Den-man Thompson. Miss Katberine Crogo is new to Lock Haven, but her impersonation of "Gertrude," the orphan, was all that could be desired. Good work may be expected from her during the week. The remainder of the oharactera were all acceptable. Tbo music of the orchestra was of course a special feature.' It la nnjer the direction L. H. Kent and the descriptive fantasia "The Dance of the Goblins" and harp solo, by Georgia Dean Spauld-iug were the best tMnga of the several fine musical selections. To-nlgbt the society comedy in five acts "Led Astray," introducing Mr. Waite, Miss Crego and the full strength of the company? Grand musical matinee to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Admission 10 cents to all part* of the house. Also Thanksgiving Matinee. Inprovement In Dental Plates. Dr. Gaorge Eadie to-day advertises an improvement In dental plates that cannot f-iil to become popular. It duee away with the large suotion plate in common ase. Tbs plates are very small and being constructed on true mechanical principles, fit the nioutb with perfeat accuracy. Any number of teeth can bs put in without extracting any good teeth yon may have, anil this patent plate is specially adapted to partial lower dentures. Partial lower plates have rot been successluUy made by any olbcr known method and as lower teeth are as necessary as upper ones thie Is a very important matter. All those in need of hew teeth should oall and oonsult Dr. Badia at bis dental rooma inEreamer'a block in regard to his new metbod. Hand la Tour names-All members of Lock Haven Canton I. O. O. F., who intend going to Jersey Shore to-morrow evening to participate in the Instituting of a Canton at that place are rcqaasted to band in Ibeir oamei to Fiank Heydrick, cotlatertban tbia evening. Tbe trip to Jeney BhonwIII be made In private oonTeyueei. Nomination or 0�c�r�-nand In Vonr Hamea-At the Opera Bouie-Now Is the TIme-Klectrie Uaaiing-A Wellzine Contest-Impioveasent In Detal Plutes-A New Hut HarlJtt. At the regular meeting of John 8. Bitt-ner Post No. 128, G. A. R. hold last night the following officers were nominated to be voted for at the next regular meetiag, December 8tb: Commander, John -A. Robb, Jesse Merrill,. W. A. Calderwood, Senior Vice CoaeuBder, John A. Robb, John H. Brown;iJaiiil>r Vice Commander, C. A. Uorai^ tawia: Walters; Chaplain, J. L Snith, Solon Wood; Quartermaster, G. L. Morlock, C. A. Worse; Officer of the Day, G. T. Michaels, G. C. Corns. Adam Zeigler; Officer of the Guard, C. Y. Sterner; Trustee, 18 months, H. D. L-Jveland, Daniel Gross; Delegates to the Department Encampment, Adam Zeigler, David Salmon, H. L. Goald, J. Schuyler, Jr., G. T. Miohsels, R. W. gcliell, J. A. Herr, H. U. Loveland, Philip Walker, Lewis Walters, William Hayes, Daniel Frank, G. W. Webb, John a Robb, Frank Mc Malion. The first Ave having the highest Dumber of votee will be declared elected delegates; the aeeond highest five will be tbe alternates. How is tbe Time. The gas wells which have been furnishing fuel for the Pittabnrg manufactories have failed, and tbe supply is exhausted. Experts have said repeatedly that there are surface indications near this city which indicate that gaa or oil might be found if wells were pnt down. The question of putting down a teat well has been talked of and tbe prelioiinary steps taken towards forming a company to furnish capital and sink a well. Now is the time to pnsb tbe project. The natural gas would give Look Haven suoh a boom as nothing else oonld Ti9r Who will move first in the matter ? A \Taltzina Contest. The ladies and gentlemen who are expecting to easily win the handsome silver cups which aro to bo awarded to the mo^t graoe'ul glide waltzers at tbe R. of L. ball to-morrow night will have to put tbeir best foot forward. Among tbe dancers on the floor of the Armory on the oocaalon will b� ladiea and geatttmca from Bellefonte, Willlamsport, Jersey Shore and other nearby towns, who intend if possible to win the silver oups and take them home with them as trophies of the ball. There is but little doubt, however, but the prizes will be woo by two of th s a Oash for Liberty and Escapes, Panama, Nov. 34.-The town of Rivas, iu Nicaragua, was recently the seene of a terrible tragedy almost unparalleled in crimiual history. On October 22 Thomas Mattintz was arraigned for trial, charged with attempting to murder Di. Trinidad Floraes. When the charges were read and the aceJtscd called upon to plead, he stepped four spaces to tbe front and putting bis band into bis inner breast pocket exclaimed : "Gentlemen, I know that tbe jury will condemn me, but before ooudemesd I must get rid of this one," and ha thereupon drew a revolver and shot Dr. Floraes dead. Senor Gustavo Chamorro, who ttood next to Dr- Floraes, picked np a chair, but almost immediately fell to the ground being shot through the brain. At this juncture Senor Gregorio Bojafl, an old gentleman, falher-in law of the first victim, bravely closed with tbe prisoner, who did not hesitate to draw the trigger, and a ball passed through Senor Bojas' mouth, coming out the back of bis neck. Senor Bojas is in a preoariooa condition, bus tbe physician attending him says ha will probably recover. After shooting Senor Bojas, the prisoner made a dash for liberty and escaped, but was captured three days later. "Led Astray" to-nlgbt. The Christmas Nomber. Tue Christmas (December) number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly ia boasd in a special illuminated cover of beantiful design, in lithographed colors and gold; and the contents amply fulfill tbe premise of tbia elaborate exterior. The leading article is a richly illnstraited narrative of "Dr. Talmage in the Holy Land," desorib-ing the Palestine of to-day as seen by the great preacher daring bis recent visit. The life story of Louisa, "tbe ideal Queen and ideal woman uf Prntsia," ia toid, accompanied by Mme. Lsbrun's exquisite portrait, and many viewa, " An Old time Chroncle" is gleaned from the famous Paston Letters familiar to all studenta of medieval English literature. Other articles profuse pictotal embellishment are: "Bits of the Black Forest," "Canine Pets," by Edwin H. Morris, "The Early California Missions"," by Caroline S-evena Walter, "One Christmas in Egypt," by Colonel J. Milliken, and "China-painting" by Lily Marshall. There are short stories by Luoy Hooper, Nora Marble, Etta W. Pierce, Fanny Isabel Sherrick, and othera, and and Illustrated poems by W. E. Henley and Georgia A. Davis. Terrible Dnel Id tbe Dark^ PniLADELruiA, Nov. ii. - William Henry Pennington, colored, of No. 1230 Bndd street, this city, and Riobard Ceersey, bis boarder, also colored, disputed to-night over money matters, and finally oamo to blows, in the course of which the lamp in the room was overturned, leaving the place in totil darkness. A terrible duel followed, tbe men using the furniture upon each other, with awlul effect. Tbe cries of an old man on au upper door brought tbe police to tbe scene, and when a light was procured Pennington was found lying on tbe door almost cat to pieces. One of Ceersey'a ears waa attached to bis bead by only a sored of fleab, and ha was otber�ise cut and brniaed. Botb men -bad used razors. Pennington will probably die. Fallare of a Coal Company. PiTTsiiCBO, Nov. �4.-Thomas Fawcett & Soue, one of the largest coal fltms in tbe city, made an astignmeut to tbe Central Bank this morning. The liabilities are estimated at (400,000. It is claimed by members of the firm that tbe assets will exceed this amount atleart (150,000. The senior member of the firm, Thomas Fawcttt, ia the President of Ihe Central Bank.' Up to the closing hour ol the ooanty couita judgincnta agijregating (325,000 bad been entered against Fdwcott & Suns. 'Ibe fiim attributed their finanoial embarrassment to the depression in the cual business, and the immense expense necessary to keep up the number ol boats and the other charges inoideu't to the big coal establishinoiit. There has been do profit they say on coal, and their operations have been carried on at a loss. Death of Ancnst Bclnsont. New Youk, Nov. 24.-Mr. August Belmont died at 3 o'clock this morfling. Hla death was casaed br pncamoma. Misa Georgia Dean Spauldlng will raa^ der a Swia Bell lolo to-night at the Open Hoote; Advice to Those Who Waatto VteaMaVav-orabl. Impt.Ml
                            

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