Lock Haven Express, December 4, 1890

Lock Haven Express

December 04, 1890

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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania mnit NINTH YEAK-NO. 236. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1890. PBICE-TWO CEOTB EVENING EXPRESS KINSIX>E BBOTHBBS - - - FPBIJSHEB8 CURRENT COMMENT. Ik Illinois � man has been fined fifteen dollarii for kissing b womin against her will, and an Ohio court has panisbed a maototbe tone of tS.OOO for a similar offence. Now, tbls is outrageous. When tbesa men were infants think of tbe women wbo kissed them against their will! And when a man grows up shall he be fined if be attempts to retaliate ? No, a thousand times no! No, men and brethren, insist upon justice, upon tbe righteousness of lex talionis as applied to kissing. Tfans speaks the Boston IranKript. Harper's Magazine for December is a superb Christmas nnmber. It opens with "As You Like It," the third of tbe series of articles on the comedies of Shakespeare. The oommente on the play, written b; Andrew Long, are accompanied b; eleven beautiful illustrations (tnclndine the frontispiece, printed in tiut:^) from drawings by Edwin A, Abbey. Charles Dudley (Earner, in an article ebtitled "The Winter of our Cootent," relates many interesting facts regarding tbe oli. matio inflneuces of southern California. Tbe article is accompanied by nu-nerous illastrations from photographs and from drawing* by the foremost artists. Theodore Childs writes concerning "A Pre Rapbaelite Mansion"-tbe famous Ley-land residence ia London-and describes the art treasures which it contains. His article is illustrated from paintings by the distinguished English artists Ros-aetti, BuTDe-JoBes, and G. F, Watts. Pierre Loti contributes an article about "Japanesa Women," which is very fully illustrated from paintings by H. Humphrey Moore. The fiction is appropriate to the holiday season. It includes "A Christmas Present," by Paul Heyse, illustrated by C. S. Reinhart; "Flute and Violin," a story of Old Kentucky, by James Lane Allen, with twenty-one illustrations by Howard Pyle: "P'laski's Tonaments," by Thomas Nelson Page, illustrated from a paintins by J. W. Alexander; "Mr. Gib-ble Colt'a Dnokc," by Richard Malcolm Johnston, with an illustration by A. B. Frost; "A Speakin' Ghost," a dialect story by Annie Trumbull Slosson; and "Jim's Little Woman," by Sarah Orna Jewctt. The Editorial Departments, too have a distinctive holiday flavor. George William Curtis, discoursing npo� the delightsome character of the modern Christmas, argues that the enjoyment of true pleasure is not only a Christian privilege but a religious duty. William Dean Howells describes a Christmas dream in which The Study being transported into the ideal ommonwealtb of tbe future, beholds tbe last of the romanticists and the anonymous critics, and has a beatific vision of the results which would follow the passage of the international copyright bill. Chades Dudley Warner disconrses upon tbe pleasures of giving, and pleads for the exercise of good judgment in the selection of Christmas gifts. PARMLL STILL HOLDS ON Olancy Puts Porward a Scheme WWoli May Bemlt io a Oompromise. A UEW PBOPOSmOH SUBMITTED irary BeUremsnt of DlttTCBSlns Fatalitj' at Altoooa. AlTOOK-s Dec. 3.-This morning a young son of David L. Goodman was standing bewildered in front of an approaching train, when his father, a switchman, Spiaag forward and pushed him oS the track, only to be struck and instantly killed himself. Bad HIa Maak On. "Good enough," said tbe Terrier, as tbe Bulldog passed by. "They've muzzled you at last, have they?" "No they haven't either. I'm going to a game of base ball," replied the Bulldog. -New Tork �Su�. A. Prov.ib Applied, gqueers-The end house on this block has always been vacant ever since it was built. Niokleby-Q'm ! Last but not leased, as it were.-Philadelphia Inquirer. Poor Olrl. New York Sun. "Marie is a widow now, isn't she?" "No. Her husband is living. He's lost all his money." "That's what I meant She married that." lbs IrIBb liSnd BUI. LOBDOK, Deo. 3.-In the House of Commons to-day the Irish Land Pur-obase bill passed second reading by a vote of 2C8 to 130.. Parnell and his followers voted with the Government. PnaehlBC Ta>Nlsht. Kev. D. 8. Bentley, presiding elder of tbe Pittsburg District, will preach at tha A. H. �. Church, East Church 8treet,this evening. All are invited. A blind man must get very little satia-faoUon out of the present theatrical per-foinaDoe*. Deaf men, however, can enjoy tbem. No wonder heart* are *o often wounded; tbey an *obJ*ct to to mnob beating. Tbe fTM �ebool to tbe. daadly enemy of npentitloD. It lavolvM the T� PanieU BnljMt to Ccrtsla Coadlttons Seine Enacted Vrom Gladstone-Hope BalBcd AmoBS tha NaUoBalltU Which Is Not Shared by the Liberal!. London, Deo. 3.-At tbe meeting of tbe Irish party to-day Mr. Clancy aubmltted a resolution suggesting a compromise. It Is reported that he will proposa that Mr. Parnell retire temporarily from the laad-ership. The Daily Telegraph says the indications at presant are in favor of ParDell'a leading a itrong party in Parliament, although he will probably not have a majority of the Irish party at his back. The ChronicU thinks that as Mr. Bealy has discovered his error in leaving all the talk to the supporters of Mr. Parnell, the reaction in favor of Parnell may ba cheeked; but he say* that Parnell, at the head of a compact minority,will be a more powerful force in Parliament than McCarthy, aided by three jealona lientenants. The Chronicle commend* to the Botio* of the Speaker of the House of Common* Mr. Farneir* draetio treatment of hi* leading opponent*. PABNKLL'S TENACITY. The JTiurt says: Mr. Parnell continues the fight with a vigor and a tenacity which command tbe admiration of even his bitterest opponents. The reealt of the division is signifloaBt, but not aatisfactory. Mr. Parnell is deaf to the protests against his unfair eoadnot in the ohair. He may propose every town In Ireland as a Bubsti-tote for rejected Dublin, in order to gain time. If the majority really mean bnsi-ness, and are prepared to co operate with the Liberals they ought to Insist upon a deoi�iTO vote wichoat delay. Tbe Timet says. "Mr. Parnell ia likelier to regain recrniu than to lose adherents. Many of the party are probably sorry now that they revolted against a master im-perSouB, implacable and tall of resonrce. He may stave ofi a final division for a long time, and will command a eompact minority and remain Presidentof the League. We are by no meana inolioed to underrate his strength or i's serious onnsequenoes. He will regain his old popularity with the extremists in Ireland and America, who have always supplied him with fanda and will rejoice over his separation from Oladston*. Mr. Parnell knows how to play on these responsive strings, TO EFFECT A COSirROMISE. A telegram srom the Belfast branch of tlie National League wae received and read. It declared that the members would have no leader but Parnell. When this dispatch was read, Bexton, who represents tbe Western Division of Belfast, said that if tbe opinion of tbe Belfast Nationaliata was coLtrary to bis own be would resign his seat in Parliament. Clancy said he had a proposal to make which he hoped would induce a solution of tbe difficulty in which the party found itself. Some conversation ensued which resulted in an adjournment until to-morrow, when it is expected a compromise will be arranged whiob will lead to entirely new developments. Clancy's motion involvea the temporary retirement of Pirnell, subject to certain conditiona being exacted from Gladstone in connection with his promised home rule scheme. Clancy's proposal has raised hope.among the Nationalists that a unanimous settlement will be efieoted. Liberal circles, however, do not share this hope, the attitude and front of tbe opposition regarding Parnell being resolute and unyielding. PABNKtL IN OOOD sriRlTa. Parnell is io the best of spiiits, and expresses with tha greatest oonfidenoe the view that the present movement will finally result favorably to him. The feeling among his supporters is that his position is materially strengthened to-day erpe-oially by the assnrances vt support received from America and Ireland. TUB HIEBABCAY OFFOSED TO PABSELL. DuBUN, Deo. 3.-At a meeting of the Catholic Hierarchy today it was resolved to issue a manifesto declaring that the Archbishops and Bishops o! Ireland consider that Parnell is aafit to remain tbe leader of the Iriab party. The objecliona to Parnell are based mainly on moral grounds, but it is also the opinion of the Hierarchy that his continuance in leadership would Inevitably cause disuaion in tbe party. ' The New Bead Mpread. "Moiter board hats," is the eophoneou* name given to the latast style of ladle* head gear. A lady adorned with one of these baa no need for �nnabad* or umbrella, w tbey will aniwar tbe porpo** of both. Tbay ai� neither beoomioK or attraetiT*. A womao orgieastid bnild and pleUorlS of person may look preaentable in one of tbeie apreada, bnt one of petit* form, or tall and reedy with aiich a covering is a eight for the coda. A dwatSsb misa passed o* the other day with one of these female lombreros on and ahe was almoat lost toatgbt ander i\� ovai-flawiog immensity, while another damsel long drawn out, looked like an perigrlDating sunflower. A gale of wind to strike either would moat likely Bfnd tbem heavenward. But the iocongrnons affair takes, a* will any mon-atrosity only so it I* labelled fashion. Don't ba an Anbaal. Cold weather ia ooming. At the firat frost, therefore, awathe yearself in heavy woolena from bead to foot, like a mummy or an Esquimaux. Put a thick "comforter" around yoor neck Bring it around and around till nothing ia visible bnt your eyes and nose. Do not take It off till next June. The "comforter" will make your neck small and shinny, and your throat aensi tive to cold, as the throat of a oivllized person should be. Wbo ^ant* a throat like that of a dumb brnte, that never knows what hoarsaness is? Next wear a heavy fur cap that baa beea in the family for generations, and has never been renovated. It will keep your head warm, and make yoor hair eome out by handfnls, and you will look wise and baldheaded in early life. Animals never cover their heads to protect them from tha cold, and animals are never baldheaded; but again, who wanU to lie like a dumb brute in any respect? What ia civilization for if not to make mem baldheaded and delicate, so they can take proper care of their health ? Jost reflect a moment, and lie sore yon do not drop into tlie habits of animal*. TRANSPIRffiGS OF A DAY. News of Interest for Onr Many Seadera to P^e. THE UTE3T LOOAL NEWS BUlAETDf.  Two rtnmtnm-t IMatb. . Detroit, Deo. 3.-The flne-cut department of tbe Bcotten Tobacco Works waa destroyed by fire early this morning. It wa* worth $100,000. The stock was also a total loss, bnt the value is un-knuwo. Two firemen were killed and two io-inred. The dead are O. O. Robioion, pipemao, and Lieutenant Patrick Coogh-lin. Peter Cullen, pipeman, and Lieutenant Peter Demay were seriously bint. The snow rendered it difficult lor the engines to reach the fire. The bitze spread rapidly, and in three quarter* of an hour the whole side of the building on Campan street waa in flames. At this time the firemen were at work on the Fort street aide. The oornioa of tbe front waa teen to totter, and the order was given to fall back. It waa too late, however, and Robinson and Coughlin were killed by tbe terrible rain of brick. About COO girla are thrown cut of employment by by the fire. Ko Amnlean Otocka I�rt Abroad. From the New fork Herald. A cruTub of comfort for thoee who hold railway sbarvs: There is no danger of our being flooded with atocka from abroad. During the pa6t three months the Barings and all their connections, and all who knew of thier embarassmeot, and all for-signera holding other aecnrities that wore practically nnsalable-all these have realized on their ''Americana." If miafortunes now overtake the foreign bourses they will have to go it alone ao far a* we are concerned. We have taken back all onr stock*, and further liquidation abroad urnst be io aomething else than "Americana." A House hold Ncccialty. From the Boston Herald. The sirup of ipicac ought to be kept in every nursery. It is tbe medicine mothers should give while waiting for their physi-cians, when their children are attacked with croup or heavy "colds on the chest." In croup an emetic dose will be needed, and one teaspoontnl should be given every tea minutes until the little patient vomits. In a severe cough, which is dry and backing, for the purpose of loosing it, about five drops should be given a baby every two or three hours until a physioian i snmes the treatment. A Bankrnpt Will Have to Answer. Waupaca, Wia., Deo. 3.-Mrs. Jane Phen has asked for a warrant for tbe arrest of E. Coolidge, the Waupaca banker who made a voluntary assignment Bep. tember 8th, The complaint chargaa Coolidge with receiving funda on deposit when be bad good reason to believe the bank insolvent. It i* believed that tbe complaint was Instigated by personal enemies of Mr. Coolidge, and that he will be acquitted. _ Not EDiUlcd to a Drawback. Washinoton, Deo. 3.-Assistant Secretary Bpauldlng has affirmed the decision of the Collector of Customs at New Voik, that the mere cutting of imported bagging into snitable length* and then wrapping them aroaod bale* of ootten for export, Is not a maonfsoture within the meaning of Section 25 of the Tariff Act, and conae-qaeBlly that such bagging la not entitled to a drawback. Headache ia aaid to yield almmt isTatl-ably to a limallaiiMiu applloation of hot watir to tha feat and baok of tha naelr: A Itabbit Banter Shot-Manjr Appllcanta-A BIc Black Bear Killed-Tha Sldxh BaUs JlDxla-Wreck on the Beech Creek -A rin* OU PalaUac-Ths Next Show-Z,eGtnre aad Entertainment. Samuel Weaver, of Woodward township, was accidentally shot and badly injured this morning while hunting rabbits, Tbe young man, in company with a companion, waa in the woods lot far from hi* residence and when lifting hi* gun the butt of which rested on the ground, the hammer oaught a atrap which he bad buakled around hia boot top. Tbe gnu was discharged and tbe load of small shot strnok him In the right side tearing away his clothing and penetrating his flesh. Some of the shot glanced upward and one of tbem cut a gash in bis fase near the right eye. Dr. Shoemaker was called to drees the wounds and he thinks the young man's injuries ate not of such a character as to result seriously. Toung Weaver is about 19 years of age. Whether any of the small grains of shot penetrated between tbe man's ribs cannot be detarmin-ed at present. l.�ctare and Enrertalnmcnt. The entertainment to be given next Saturday evening, at the East Main Street M. E. Church, will be buth instructive and entertaining. Tbe price of admission will be ten cents. "Obadiah Toropheou's Wooing" and the pantomimes will be tbe leading in humor, while for the more sober will be the address and lecture. Some of tbe more particular feacurea^of tbe latter,;:are: What �re the eightlnM)Uo|*of: ths;earth other tlian ihoseSepminoiy fiiuglit. | What jis light, and h~ov da �kndwrapprodmatsiy its velocity. What Is the naturo of the snrface of tbe sun as revealed by the spectroscope. What is the nature and com-pmrative age of tha41x*d. ctBre. How can a boy make a telescope for thirty-five cents which will show the mountains of the mooD, nebala, the four inoons o-jeciionable feature aa reached in the detailed consideration of the measure, aa was tbe case with the Tariff bill. The opinion was expressed that aa tbe majority bad not yet signified auy intention to unduly restrict reasonable debate, it would be premature for the eaocua to undertake the arrangement of a program to meet Ihe present action of a cloture resolution. It was made apparent, however, that the Democratic Seoatora intended to resist the passage of tha hill to tbe end. To secure harmony of action tbe Democratic meuibers of the Committee of Privilege* and EleetioQs, which reported the bill, will take charge of the debate and arrange the order uf speaking. There was some comparison of notes in the caucus to aaeertain what Senator* were prepared to epeak. It appeared that few had set apeechea on tbe bill prepared, but a number of Sena-tore promised. to be reidy to meat an/ emergency in the shspe of deartli of debaters. As to the further order of bosineu it waa decided that as the Republican Seoatora bad not yet eompletcd their order the caucus would not now undertake, to formulate a program. tioD to iaioe arm* to tbe SUte* of North and Sojth Dakota and Nebtaaka. Toorhee* charged tbe aitaatioa^lo tha faet of the Indiana being atamO::' J>aw* and Pierce replied conttoVaitlag : this. Tbe discDsaion wa* interraptad at- two o'elook by the Eleotion bill ooming up * nofiniahed bueinees. Tarpie took tha floor in oppoeition to It, and apon tha aooelnslon of hi* remark* the iieoate. ad-jonmed. Pallnre or a X.amb�r coupaap. ' Nashville, Dec. 3 -A Chattanooga, Tenn., special to tbe American aays: The Chattanooga Lumber and Manufacturing Company have made an assignment to George H. Towl for the benefit of its creditors. The amount of indabtednes* i* *ap. posed to be about 440,000. The aohedale of assets foots ap $14,000. The company waa recently organized with J. 8. Anthony, of Boston, aa President, and it^ is *aid t2C,000 was put in by New England capitalists, allowing tbe lame eua fur the plant of the old organization. Fatally Maoclld by a Train. Bidqwat, Dec 3.-The Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg North bound passenger train, when it arrived bore this afternoon, brought the mangled body of Uichael Madigan, who had been (truck by that train a abort distanoe thia aide of Carman. The iojured man lived about three houra after the accident, breathing his laat at thi* place shortly after all o'clock. Be was a singi* man, and bad formerly worked for Mr. Creighton on the Buffalo, Roeheater and Fittsburg railroad here. As far as known he baa no relatives here. Arsnmeat Court. Tbe Aigument Court wbiob began Tneaday morning had another aeuion thia afternoon. Forger Broker 8� New Yobk, Dec. 3 -Albert H. Smith, who waa oonvioted in tbe General Ses-siors of forgery in the first degree in raising a seven share certifieate of Lake Shore stock to a *eTenty-*hira oettificate, wa* entenoed by Judge Fitageraid, io Part 3 oit tbe Court of General Beasioaa, to-day to seventeen yeara' imprlaonment- in State Prison.- : �; ; Smith was a ihember of the firm of Hills, Robeson & Smith, banker* and brokers, and perpetrated a number of similar charges. The rrlBUaKDiOclney Kattmate. WA8nis-..'ios, Deo. 3.-Secretary Wln-dom to-day sent to the House a letter from tha Public Prints, enclosing eati' male* aggre.;ating �382,000 required to anpply the deficiency ia the appropriation for the public printing and binding for the fiist half of tbe current fiieal year, and to pay the twenty pereewt. additional compensation to the night fore* of the Government printing office during the first session of Ihe Fifty-first Coogres*. Jn B� I Bouse. Work of the AUlaaoa. OcALA, Fla., Deo. 3.-At faMlay'a eae-aion of the National Farmata' AIlfiUMa.* committee waa appointed at tha InataaiH of the aeensiMl to InTeatigaWttae poUiahad oharg** of dorrnptioa at thv laeant Saaa-toriat oonteat in Georgia: ' Beablntiou were adopted, notwithatandlng'tlia'to�-perata prote*ta by Delegate "Deming^of Penneylvania, and other*, wbo iaaiM their paaaage would eheck � tba '^^wtfr'oT tbe organization in the north''ai(I''*aai^, owing to the prevalent belief that' tha al-lianoe waa a aontharn organlzatloa andv; partban body, protesting againat'tha paaaage of the Lodge Eleotion bill; and' liatl. tlonlDg our Seoatora to employ - all' l&Ir and legal means to defeat thia oapatrllftie measare, whioh'oan reaalt in not*ilikg bat evil to onr oommob and haoiiS''Mi*6f. A reaolatloii waa anan1moaalj'adopla& ealling for the Introdnotion in CoMgtMa'oIr a resolution for the anbmiarioo W'tSt-pii-pleofAmerioa of an aiiaBdmanii^kb^lia National Couititatioa prohiUtrng ' tt* operation of lotteries In any of the' atatilt ; -�-----�� la ;A:.q-nV � Boom la Tobaeia.: -^.ztii; � Tobacco buyers from tbe eaat baij*,hijaf making eztecaive poreha***- of th((,w*i^ : in thi* ooanly thi* week... .The ptiayf'aaU -are higher, than for mwayfuf^, /fUj^jf . whiob la the direct taaaltorthe^MoKiaiaf tariff bill. From 16J to 18^ oanta pound haa been paid thia week. .Tbim figurea are for wrapper*, bindai; aad flllera straight' throogli, wbteh'iajciiaii^t^ from 20 to 23 oent* par poand for m^n$(f � ^ alone, theoropof 1889'ia larga: apd ^ Sue qaality,' and tb* motewnt].o|ldii* orop mean* big money .'foi; ^j|c^89 and a .oorreapoodingi boom. forjj,tlia^aM^^ : obanui of Xook HaTen.^.SBi^ienj (ui^ > iiaye t^^ay a little �ore.*aoiijqtjaf^rtijilf ; olgar*onacoonnt of .thaVeKinlajt.tatiC bill, bnt the larroer* are reaping the beoaflt in increased price* for their oropa of: leaf tobacco. Next year tbe nomher.of. asrap planted wUI, it is thought, 1m datibie"tli�( planted this year. .. ,' FanaadsvUla msaslaatadL The fire briok works at FanandaTllM are now illnminated at night by aleafrio light*, a plant having a eapaaity-of' elzty-ineandeeeent barnen having been pat IA.'' The work* are ran day and night. �-� � . � f-^i . OSfoatbabiaibae.Waada.-'.'j:!'" ^'S �' A number of teama; olihoraaa:>paKad tbrougta thiaoity yaaterdar on tkair wag to the lumber wood*. Lambarlng.>qiaHt* tion* are being poshed now>aafaat!aa poa-*ible. -I A pretty German onatoB la gtOfag-fk hold here. One ringaervee forthaaagagy-meat and , wedding. Tha daU ofeadl event is placed in the ring. "Stanleyin Afriea" i* a new' paziW Ai if Btaiiley hadn't had tronble eoodgh: A correspondent thinks back-gate ped-diera who ask eight dollarafora dreea pattern and Uiie four abonld be looked after bjr tbe poliee.' Wasbinoton, Dec. 3.-In the House today t'.iu Copyright Bill wa* taken up, and after a discussion, participated in by Paten, Farqnhar, Kerr, aud;.oth�ra,: wan paucd, yeas 13l>, nays DS. ' In the Senate an latetcatiag -debatil took plaoeon thaanbjeatotthathnatM: {ad Indian war apropaa of a jolttt itadtt^ Extremely eold weatbar ; pfaealla la Eastern putario . and W^sten. Qoabaa^ Canada. The temperataia at .Ibmttaal Tnesday was IS degreea below' Mto,"aad at CbleheeUr, Qoabao, it wa* n> Mnr. - A large boiler exploded Tneadv" id'� aawmill oa tha Neceoptek Moantaia,' near ��pytown, in Colombia eoaaty, Panna,, killing Frank and laaaa Orover and two other men, whose name* arannknown. Mrs. Lacy Wood, aged lOS >aara, living in Uatrs, Vermont, baa aaat B' petttlaa ttf Congress for a paoaion.. Bar f hoabanA waa a teamster in the war of 18U|. aad aa tbe preiebt law relating to the TCtecana of that war doe* not inolad* t*amst*n^ ahetaaaaaked Congreeafor aapealalpai^. eion. . V,--;;'::. ' Francl*. Whalen. Joba Sreaa, .Jaha Hiller BBd Patrick Kennedy, ebargad.witb oonepiracyat the eleotion injereey City in November, 1889, were found galhy Tuesday and remanded for.' santeaaa. Sixty-seven io all were indietad. Fiftaen have been tried and eonvieted. Tba next ' trial will not take place notil Fabroarr. Mr, and Mr*. Cyraa W. Fidda a'aaaday celebrated the fiftieth anniveraary�(thail marriage at their home la NsW;>Tark. liA masaage of good will and cood wiahtawaa received .from Kagland- It .was beaded by the Duke of Argylr and Hr.: Glad-atoae, and ioolnded over aizty .aaaua^of . men diatingakbed in every walk �f life, i Parrin H. Saaeaer.tha taateatataapaa^ niatorio New Tirk who gained.'eo*^ aiderabi* notoriety in ooMieettoa witti the mysterione eoloido of the anuTwhO registered at tbe Getty Bouse^ Tonhein,' ' New York, aa George Smith, waaarteatad Tuesday, ohargad with forgery. ^ Tha prisoner, it will be remembered;''identic -fied the snioide a*tbe friend JameaB' Edgar; a wealthy English "fldndat; ^ "There waa a aaspioloo that tbb IMtillsa^ tion was not domot and waa aids' bx Sommer for tbe parpoaeof defmodinga life ioaurano^ aoaspany. Tha -bowa^thal thaie waa a swindle . and t^t awagifr, ia tto bopa.dfj hrtki^Mham'thaaam of j ;