Lock Haven Express, December 3, 1890, Page 2

Lock Haven Express

December 03, 1890

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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania EVBlSlNG EXPRESS PUBLISHED BY KIN8LOE BROTHERS LpCK HAVEN. P�. IL nttwm ^____ Cora mnttrtdat bu) .orreilbT CMilm 10 the CllJ.or .PU [Kids the most important in tLe light of tl B recent eleotions, are those oon-oerning t le tariff, with its reeiprooity features, i id the disoawion of honest election meth ds. This has been made natur. *1 b; tbe >raotioally unanimous claim of the oppos tioD that the tariff bill, which wu piMe I, and the election bills, which was not p ssed, were tbe cause of Republi-oan defeat If tberi were any who supposed the Freiident iras to bo weakened in his oon-TiotiOD* b; tbe result of the elections they will be fa ly convinced to the contrary. He ntkinta db -vrith strength tbe positioD which be 1 eld at the beginning of his ad-miniitratic n. He does not see either wisdom or jo itloe in the sugeeetion that the sobjeat of he tarifi revision shall be again opened bei �e the act just passed has had  fair trial In this be has tbe substantially nnsBi nous support of bis patty. He haa had i bundant popular expression to guide bim in taking that position, and he is greatly strengthened in it by the fact that tbe mt unlikely to have bad as mach to do with tbe result of tbe late lection u iny other question. The President'! real ws for urging this measure are presented w ith striking force and ctear-nesB, and a e ananswerable. He rightly believes tha t action should be taken at Van present SCSI on, and only those who do not want hones elections, or who want to bo Uft free to (ngage in dishonest eleetioni', can take any other view. The message tbrou{>bont mait'tains with earnescueae md broad judgment the policy and prineip es upon whicli the Admiuit-tration eami into power. What has been SPECIALIST In the Trcadncnl of Clironic niiaff}in.tisand by conHnlug bis practice exclusively lo (u!ly developed clironlc diseases ofmen and wonien be has ntuilned uaiiNual success in the treatment of iimiiy so-cillcd Incurable maladies. Tbe Drain beconsulied free of cbarye at NEW yoHK CITV, at "Tiie Fvron," No. lOT We.stCStbs'reet, Nov. hi lo Zi; Ijoc. 7 to 14. If-9U. Feb. 15 in ^"i; Miirch ? to J.i, IMd. Dr. Homer L. Clark from Jan. 7 to Feb. 1. IS'Jl. PlttsbnrK and Luhoratorr. !'�., pptclal en-psgements, Juue::LtoJuly 6Lb; uL-o Jan.27, 1891. JERSEY SHORK. PA.. Gamble House, Tuesday, Nov. 25. IhQX WiLLIAMSPOKT, PA., Park Ffotel, Friday and Satvudny, Nov. 'lH niul WA). BiQECH CKEKK. PA., QulglHy Hou=e, Monday. Dec. I. ISSij. LOCK HAVEN. PA.. Fallon House, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and ti, ISSH), liov2Bdec3aiiecl,2,:s.4,5. Sole ilcnt. FOR RE XT -RESIDENCE ON Waterslreetuext to Presbyterian Church. Conveniently arranged, steam lieai, Kas, hot and cold water, etc For farther Information J. W. C. FLOYD. apply lo Feb.3-dtf FO R SALE-THE RESIDEKCE OF Mrs. R. R. Rridgens, on West. Mtiln Htrett, All the modern improvements. TerniF fa'^y. Tulyydtf CB. McCOHMICK, AUorney at Law  No. 2W East Water street. Lock HavoD Pa. ly-mchl JESSE MERRILL, Attorney at Law GrafluB' Block, Water Street, Locte Haven Pa. ly-mohl TT. ABRAMS, Attorney at Law, V/a  ter street, oppoalto Fitllon House Ad ilae given In German. iy-rnch-: done WM in itC jpureuance of that policy, atid as eleoltd on � platform re- quiring it t(j President's do those veiy things. The Icourageous and difjniGed ad- herence to tiat course will command the respect and throughout pordial auppoit of bis party the countiy.- Philadelphia Mr: Dockary, of Missouri, Mouday offered in the House a resolution for rtifer-enoe, reoitini that it is alleged iliat 12 Senators and 15 RepreHsutatives, pendiug tbe passage cf tbe "Silver bill,*' weio admitted to paitucrship ju various "nilver pools,'* by which ll.ry realized $1,000 profits in the adviiuce nf tbo price (if Hilver after the pasiage of the a-jt, and directing the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures to iliqoire into all tbe facts and oireurostanees connected with the alleged purchase and sale of silver. The commit tee shall have leare to send (or papers and persons end to report at any time. Shakespeare Reeves, colored, convicted lo Wilmington, Delaware, of a folonous assault upon Grace Clark, a white girl, 10 yeara of age, was Monday sentenced to be banged on March Cih next. It eboald be kept in every stable aad stock jerd in the land, Balvation Oil, for then Is DO better cattle lotion made any-irhere. Price only 25 cts. SHOES/ "Thaalt yoa. no otlier fiwasiEg fur mo but WoIff'sJGiEBlasking If jon ond yonrCTStomHrB are dbratisflfKl witli it, i: U bocicUB yuu did nut know hutc to via it." Aih i wi!.!. Stain Olq & new furnit will 3t�in Glass and Chinaw win. Stain TiNWAfie wii-i. STAi�Soun Old Babhcts wt-L stain Oaby-s Coach and WOLFF ii RANDOLPH, Philadelphia. >FAUJPLASTERS f For many years used and pre-^U scribed by Physicians, but only?^ 'recently introduced generally. ' dr.grosvenor:s sg PLASTERS. T The best Porous Plaster madc^yt ^JfoT all aclies.pains and weak placesYPJ LjUnlikc otlicr plasters, so be surcCW ,nd get the genuine with the picy|p {tare o� a bell on the b.-ick-cl(>th (Grosvenor& Richards, Boston. TBE LATEST STYLES I'"nil bacic-.Strap Seams. SUfER ENGLISH MELTONS an DEVON KERSEYS liiackB, Blues, Browne, Drabs. ALLSIZES. Prices, $25^ $30, $35. E.O. THOMPSON, 13.18 CHESTNUT STREET. Opposite the mint. Philadelphia, NEW TO-DAY. AdvortlHemenlB for this column, such afl aelp Wantea, KorKent or For Sale, Lost or Found, and SuaiaesB Notices will be tnserted for Onb Cent a "Wokd for one time. Two cknt8 a word for three timog, Thrkk CKNTsa word for six tlmea and Fiva Cents a word for twowaekB. No e.dvertiBemenitaken for leag FINE UA^'DKERCtlXEF EXTKACTB and Sachet I^wderB at C. C. Mchaettle's. dldfltwlt FIUENDSIilP RINGS AT dldyiwlt BENEDICT'S. C iR LOAD OF STOVBS JUST RE-celvedrttFrederlckK'. ap2-iLf /^flilN BUACliLETS AT V_^'alil(llwlt BENEDICTS. O30K STOVES-*16, *20, %1X>. ill ami S:'0. Hontln a St. %>b-84, 85. !�. S�, 810. 312, ?lo, up w 3J0. Freilerlckh' Karaware. ovr24dt) riOUNTAlN PENS AT tllUStwlt BENEDICTT'S. G OLD PENS AT illdlJlwU BENEDICT'S. GEO. EADIE, D. D. 8., OFFICE In Krenmer'R Block, MhIq Street, Lock Haven, Pa. Office houra Irom 8 a. m. lo 5 p. m, (iasadmlnlRtereU. Nov. 9-ly HEADQUAKTERS FOR -JORK Slat� AppleH, (Quinces and Pears at o7lf L. McISAAO'S. HALT! KlOnT THIS WAY! Quality a.s well aa (iuantlty. Mlrloln Steak.....,....................12V.c per pound Kound Steak...............................\2\ didetwlt BENEDICT'.^. PAWN BROKER'S SALE OF FINE watches for ladles and eentlcmen. All WJ be sold at less Iban ball TUelr valuo at P. P. KlUman'B, Ilellelonve AvenLB. AprMdlf PB. MELICK, REAL ESTATE  aeent. Honses for sale and rent, Residence No. as East Cbnrcb Street. Lock Haven Pa. J29-b7-iy SOLID STERLING SILVER NOVEL-tles at Benedicts. dldBtwlt ILVEU AND PLATED WARE AT Benedict's. didCtwlt CO IT'S ELECTRIC IIAIU CORL-' ers and The Little Oem Curler, at C. C. Schftcnlo's. didetwlt To THE PUBLIC-I AM CLOSING out my stock, oi Furniture regardless of coHt. lu order lo (sngajje In another buKfneHH. Any one coutemplatingbuylng Holiday Goods would do well by examining my stock before purfihaslug elBr-wliere. Thestock M. E. Troxt-ll, :t!) L'llnloa Avenue. WAX MATERIAL. AUTISTS SUP-piles. Fine Tissue Paper, BronzRR. etc., at C. C. Hchatine's Drug Store. dldSiwl- you CAN SAVE 33 PER CENT. TO l;rk;oii look '.-a our tjn** overeoPlR-lud -;'U.s t' -OP .;c- i.t)-, our L.ulors. :~'>ON riROTHERW. f>' tunf BoKP Clothlere. Is an nhK'iliit". pnfitive and ji^rinanonl rnrc for Slrh llrnilnclli*. nillminiiCH-, riinntliintlmi. INf.ryiHii llrldllly. Ilrliilil, Illnl>e.WRITEB NO. EAST WATER STREET, Oj'l'Oglto Fallon House. Lock Havtm. Ph. Offlolal Stenoerapbcr 25th Judicial District or Pa., Notary Public. Personal attention Sven to all descriptions of PbcnoerapUio lort-Hsnd Keporllng and Type-WrltlDg, Transcriptii prompUy made, ('taarges as moderate aa fjie nature of the R�porttug will admit, frompt attention to telegrams. n)�rch26dawljr By the use ot a type-writer you can do your writing in one-third the lime; with the advantage of having every page neatly and uniformly written; and without the fatigue that attends pen writing. The "HAMMOND" does the best work and is the speediest 26 different styles of type that can be used interchangeably on the same machine with absolutely perfect alignment. We have a pamphlet on the subject, for you-to be had for the asking. H0D6H & BAVLEY, OENEKAI. AGENTS, 768 West Fonrtb Street, DeclMtf WILLIAMSPO RT, PA. No. 6 Iain Street OpuositePosMce, - LoctHarcnFa ESTABLISHED 40 VEaKS. FUR CAPES. "SEAL GARMENTS, Our copyrighted uoveltie.? for 1830. Eiclnslve stplM. Moderata prices. Every article guarant^fd ^at,lBlaotory or money refnndeQ. 14 West ]4tb Rtreel, New Ytirk City. n6-lw Send for liluslnited Catalogue. mmfSm^\m cdshioiis. whis"i�ni'lraH.'c"i; ��rtakle. HaHM�rti| �li*r..all Bew*dlMWl. HatJ b. r. HISCOX. iNESB � H�g amsEs cinEatv l-eck'a INVIKIBLR T^BOUt car nMw SALESMEN WANTED.-PERMA.N-ent employment. Good aalary or 00m-mision. Fme outflta. Full line of Fruits and Flowera. Prices low. A. D. PRATT,Nurseryman, Rochester, N. Y. nB-lw GOOD SALARY AND EXPENSES I'AJD. We want a fsw more good men to sell oar snr-Bery products. To energetic and reliable men we will guarantee liberal wagesaod perm^'neut emplovment. Frevions experience not required. Termii and outfit iree. Address stat-iniE age ant^ enclosing etamp. SEARS, HENRY � CO. SRNECA NUB-'JEKIES. GENEVA. N.Y. n6-lw . HAIR^BALSAM Clenuea uid bcsatiHc* the ttit. Prutiiutef > luurisnt growth. , .Kever rt.il� to flestore Omj Hair to lt� YovJiTul Color. aOc.Biidti.tiO�t DniariiM CONSUMPTIVE "WeU LunRi, Debiliff. IndigwUon. P�In, T*kf In ttme.SOctit uikirvcf n#%uo ^. oni^^ cnrafor Cbmi. � IlfiCOS �i CO., N. Y. �opa all p&in. Be. 4t DnggMg, oi , Mitchell's Rheumatic Plasters. SuaE remedy for Rheumai ism, Ntinral^iaA Scifltlc*. Sold hy dropgisi?, or by mail, 25 centa, �oTelty Plaster Works, l.owell, Mms. 031-4w A MONTH 5 Bright Younc Men or * board for e) LndleBln each county. ^ F. W. ZIEui^RA 00- Fbiladel. phia.PH. oas-iw PATiDDH cured. Write for sample. TiDDP UnloIUUl Laaderbach Company, Ijimj no6-4w Newark. N.J. WftUmpn MEN ON SALARY to take orders nunluUfor Nnrsery stocft; no experience necessary. For panlculftrs address nK-4w W. D. CHAHE & CO., Geneva, N. Y. Mitcheii's Belladonna Piasters, Endorsed by every phjsician as a stirccmre for Pain or Weaknena in the BreMt^ SIil�� Back or UmlM; also fdr liver Oamylcint* _ P]e^ay^d^id^iabrea�l!]^|&^hi'aU^I whirJi cases they give relief at once. Sold by F *11 Dniggists, or sent by mail for ze cents, ' WoT

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