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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                �5* .Tijc�vTOej��*��iji�.-aiT-;; NINTH YEAK-NO. 237. LOCK HAYJBN, PA.. FBIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1890. EVENING EXPBESS CURHEWT COMMeWT. It l3 anderatood tliftt Hr. Pattiaoa will htra a nsl hand-pioked oabimt. ^ � wwo-to-be brido under theohio and kiiMd ber. This lo ieoeased her father that be declared the vedding oS and drove the miDister oat of town. Histor; doaa not say what the groom did. The faith ouriet* bare eouTerted an aged mimanaira at Elizabeth, jC{. J., and be propoaei to bnild a great temple for their oae. With the faoilitiea thae af' forded, they ahoald be able to prove the tBeaoy of their proeeu. If it baa any. Wk aokaowladge taeeipt of an invita-tioa to ba present at the ezerolaee and banquet of the formal opening of the Palimr building, the new horn* of The 'JfawTotk World on next Wednesday, Deo. 10th. No doobt it will ba a great layODt. Is one of the Hoberly, Ho., ohurohea pretty girle paia the �6ntribation boxea. Heraiaa hint that could be pnustieally and adrantageooily adopted ever; place. Hawever mean a man may be, or ilUberal, _ha doea not like to ehow  viUba totd.to rbdaf into tba agency Bora^ Botda,:It�i,8hi� tiBalpia|:�ali otdisaOoction ia tbia vaty matter. "Oaaaf the principal objeoM ot my reeaat visit t^ Waahington was to'uiga the aeneaalty o|. immediate nliefi aodl; a* haH>rrto;iay that Bucceea ha* oiowaed my effarte." J A young man named Bennett, who ia assployed atthe paper mill, bad oaa at bia hands badly lojnred thia fotaaoon by a heavy pleoeot itco  falling npOB:;lt- Dt; Litcbtenthalar waa summoned to attend the injured man and found It neceeeary to amputete one of tba fingera at the second joint. AChBtdl] The program tor the cntertoinment at the East Main atreet H. �. cbnrab tomorrow evening will include music, both vocal and Instrumentel, pantomimae, taci-tetiona a lectnta and a farce, entitled, <'Obadiah Ttaompadn'a Wooing." Tlia entertainment wdl commence at 7-.30 o'clook, ' / Om Trial rar Maidar. : George W. Ball, wbo ia charged with the murder of Jacob Konkle, waa placed on trial at Williamsport yesterday afternoon. Duly two houra were required to empanel (be jury. Ball. ItHs said, killed Konkle at a "frolic" and waa intoxicated at the time tbe murder waa committsd. . . BaakBeeepUaa." ' The Price Litetaty Society will bold a book reception at the Normal ihia evening. . Be ante to go and take a book wllb you, and If yon aannot attend aend tba book at any rate. A few yeata ago, comparatively, gentlewomen said "mama," and were called "ladies," while humbler people said "mother" and were sailed "women." But now what used to be the sign of dignity baa become tha shibboleth of vulgarity, and the old badge of the common folk baa been adopted by the upper olaaa-ea. The titlca no longer, have definite meaninga, hence they are falling into dia-nse by those once entitled to exclusively use them. ........ PBBaoBAi. nBCiunaa. Edward Clip ratniad yeatetday from Oil City. Mrs. Clay Hartman, of Williamaport, ia vlalting relatlvaa ia tbia oity. At Metxgat.waa OM^ yaatorday. lot tba first timaisBavatal weel^a, be having.bean eonfinsd to bis bouse duting tbat time - by lltnesa. Mestta, Jobn and George Frank, twin aona of Daniel Frank of tbia olty returaad yesterday from an extended trip to Chicago. Mrs. Mary Sttteer, net Madden, of Camden, N. J., Is visiting bar ttother. Mia. Uaao Oro'ssr, and other frienda In tbia olty. Geologist George Armstrong haa recovered from hia illness and waa able to ba Out yesterday and receive tha gteetlnga of bis ftlsnds. Hiasas Katie and NellieFaray^ of Lock Haven, the charming daughters oi Editor Joe W. Foray, of the Daily Dtnoent, ara aaid to be very aweet aingers. Hnch ia aaidof tbam tagatding thia tolent. We don't knoW: wbethsr or not tba fsthat can sing, but w� do know that hia soul la toll of music and Jtiudneia. We trust that somadarb^ifarjM Justly ^tawaided tot hu gieat klaaa�a��rb�art.'~Jiua*y Bhota BffoJd. THE MOVEHBST GOING TO ngOM, General Safaofield teoelved a tel�gtaa� this aftetn'oon ftom Oaueial Braoka, aay|-ing thattortylodgaaot -ladiaBa'havalaft tbe Boaebud aganey ainoa the iemo�al: i9a,F�ii# fmfmm mm a!te Si^'Si^i?^'*'*'* *^ aad SMdaat m^l-^msmmm^^km. '^,%^ia^a�a ^^ssgfnfa^nf^ taf. M^qabtUwIUnaa. pirn yp^ *aa imm^M^imm^ aaa^satnto^Hia nntaq^,�|�inh,%ib^ �aa,tba.Ji,teC,m,BllAM^..^t^ aia#(iBa�*,-JBfrliK^,aa4�|9Bt9�*�W*^ to Bte�|�,-^jt.yaa.lHH�lg},t^M^W�f j and m .n.tasbal��j�a,*^^|i**. to iweKalBf-aa^^9t^^.Jtar .BbBi��b�d*it�7JDWb|Wr;(lM o�harj>BlasalaiBataj>ala�iiiiHMrt tba aboisfBi taiva- J:Bff(^PBd(iiP*(lij(g,.-TlBtatnim imat^myiiliWIWtlfe^WWg-^M ,^ made fot tha flacal year ended :Juiis Vif 1890. A dtaft ot a bill for tba parpoaa is aubmittad, and Acting. Indian Commiv Jwaddtb*B:aB|wir,.aa4:�Mdf<�biKBWto'^ aioner Bell, in a long latter to Baetetaij' Noble, aatneatly utges tba aaaaaslty of speedy and tavoiabla nation In ccdat to la-move tbe feeling tba Wonx ata tald to aa^ tettain that tha govamaant haa no legaid: fot them now that thaybava'got tW Indian landa by the oesalon'of a latga patt of the Sioux teaatvatioo.: BaaalaUMM o( BaspasS, The.following resolntlona on tha death of the lata Hon. Samnal Linn ware pra-aented at argument court, thia week and ordetedbytbecoaittobaentetedan tb� mfaintea aad a certified copy nndataeal to be aent to tka family: Baaolntiooa ot Clinton aonnty bar. Oot-obarUtb,A.D. 1880,    ^ r. ^    , . Wbbbbab, wabavaagaia, aasaaMad to give azpteeakmto tha faaUaga^ tba^sem-bets or tbaCliaton aoanty baraad to aaka aaapproptiate Teeotd wttbiatsiaaaa to tha dakthof Samael Uno^or WilUaMport, .Fa.,.tbaiefora. ^ .   ffj" ^ fpr;'.��:'  Sttolv(iti that-wai deapiy.; aympatblaa with the tM reived family and tended tbam out heartfelt oondolenaa. BtuUtd, That tbaaa leaolatioaa ba aa-groasedi aigned by tha oOoera of tha meeting and piaaanted to.tba -family .aa a sllgbt token of the bigb aatlmattoa ia which we held oar dapatiad friend. JiesolMd, That a eopy of tbeao leeoln-tlona be preeenied to the court by tba Ptesldaot of the meeting that they may ba entered upon the minutaa and a-pn;per t�iord�.,ba��l.b^th|^tt..^,, '    '"."dUBLBtCOBI*,'"''''^'' a. M. McCoBMiCE.    : OMteaiy. ri Muh Maty Jane Btawn,.wbo died No^ vembet'27tb, 18(0 at lierbiAne- in Pina Creek toWnatalKa'aa born Novtmbar aStb; 1844, and �aa> aged 48yaat8: and-'tday. Mta Btown'a ittneaa waa but tor about two waeha, but not ol asetWaa aataia aa bet ftiendB tbottgbt,and alinoat befora tha family could tealixa It aha bad jpasaad Or. Bobert Ksebi Uii i anti-eonanmptton diaeovarari bM^aavmal ralaltvaa. liviag! In^tUalpoiuitiya^iOBa^ a aonain^ who reaidea in BottQ�V:i�jkh�-B*t, AdolpV Blawend, ftsW; at; tlU WMlia : Lntberan cbnrab on: Par>er-j*iaai^BaK- >: bu^y. II       '-It   fjWCTjiarajt �Mr; Biewend eaya thaV St.llW^'jiSd eleven biotbara ,fifid�,i^4uii*^^ , and thiaa of thabiathsia liTa:atm-:;Iiaiila:: Bad anotbar bfothac MrmJH iawa.' Aa Mr. Bi,wa�dV.�yttter,^i�i^^a^^ Waynay lad,, Dt, Koql^rj^f tiaa Undiv bioi io,ait!f>fif^^ bla:piaaenlJataBti�B,1o,^alw^^ a aWt ia 188?, wbaa^l^nm ^M^^ Wotlda .Fair, Mr., ,9^�^,J,l^,^ Will Mk�aloncato7,i^^j|SM<9ft.,Jpa ja. adbaa Ot^.^oabar WlMw:,,    ,,   Ji PaMZ. ba ia of nvIjMS, jriy^^ , W fcr��d abast. tiniPpt^m^fgffH. aant aos^ap wbiab ja fimmfm baa^li^ itn^. IH^   Haj;^!,, g/ugf. ? al*�ttf.5or Ja ttfhlfmm WH abU^totato aaia o| : �b.�llB,blaak, bw(B^.naa(hj ll*�,ai laBow. : Bf tank ma thi>oiMb,||ia*ygiB�la    ' -j away.: Tbe deoaasad Ifatea to MVa te      iSrilK-JT.*!? aMlvaiybwy, ba(bK�tB�BW�sMM4^ to OB. 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