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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 24, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YE AK-NO. 253. LOCK HAVEN, PA., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEB 24. 1890. PKICE-TWO CENiB EVENING EXPRESS KINSLOE BBOTHERS---PUBtlSHEBg THE  WEATHER. The following forecast of ihe weather is furnished by the Chief Sifoal OfBoor at WastilnKton: Fair, Wednesday and Thursday Bolder.   &. special dispatch says wave is advanoinir.  Temperature .... tj 22 degrees by Thursday morning. a cold ill fall Light for tt Church. Buperintendont J. E. Kelley oontraotod to-day to put incandesoent eleotric lights in St. Luke's Reform Cbaroh. The Firemen-. Ball. To-Dight the Good Will Hose bays give th�lr annual ball in the Armory. Good masio will Be in attendance and all who attend are assartd a pleasant time. No P�p�r To'Uorrow. In the observance of a time honored ustom there will be no paper issued from thia office oa Christmaa Djy. Friday afternoon the DxrRGSa will appear as usual. UivinK Away Turkeys. One hundred and twenty-Sve turkeys were given to the employes of the paper mill to-day by the managers. Those who did not oare for a turkey were e iven something elss. tber Will K�t Tmrktr. The meTnberfl of tb� Lock Haven police force will dine on turkey to-morrow, each man on the force having been presented wilk a large tnrkay by his honor. Mayor George W. Mason. Edward Loveland Fardon.d. The Pennsylvania Pardon Board was in session yesterday and granted a pardon to Edward C. Lovelond of this city. A telegram received from him tliis noroing states that be will be faoma to-morrow. Whete the Snow laj)eep. S& telephone message to tba Eifress from Woolricfc this morning says the mail from Haneyville reached that place to-diy tkrea days behind time. rbestaj;e drivar reports mow at Haneyville three feet and three inches deep and the roads almost impassable. FestlTltl.B Bt SMODtk. At Saiona to-nigbt the Lutheran Sunday school will render a Cintata and will also have a Christmas tree in the church. The Methodist Sunday school at Salona will have a Christmas tree, and an entertaining program of literary and musical ei-ercises. Christmas at the Poor Hon... A good Christmas dinner will be served at the city poor house to morrow, which will include all the delicacies of the season. The Inmates of the poor bouse will also receive a generous donation of oranges, nuts, candies, cigars, etc., the gift of Counonman Haberstrob, Sander School Teacher Caacd. Mr. Scott Peck, Superintendent of the Disciple Sunday School, was presented last Sunday by the members of the class he tsacbss, with a gold headed ebony oane. The presentation speech was made by Robert Clymer. Mr. Peck's name is handsomely engraved on the gold head of the caoe. PABNELL NOT DISCODRAriED. The Eesult of the Election in North fceuny Charged to the Priests. Kil. ME, SCULLT TO MAKE A OOHTEST. A Prl.oD.r'. Ea.y Eccap.. �William Btrausser, who has been coo-fined in the Lycoming county jail for some time, escaped from prison yesterday forenoon. Stransser was assisting to hang out some clothes which had just been washed, and made his escipe easily. He was last seen along the canal headed towards Lock Haven. - What a I-litle Child Did. A little four year old son of David Tost, of Sugar Run, pushed a large bean up one of its nostrils yesterday morniag and all efforts of the ohild's pareuts to remove the beao were unsuccessful. Late in the afternoon the child was brought to the office of Dr. Armstrong, who removed the bean aad gave the little suOerer relief. PEBSOITAI. PKNCIUS09. Mrs. A. M. Thomas returned from Ke-ncvo yesterday. John H. Weaver, of Bald Eagle street, will spoud Christmas with friends at Sun-bury. Grant Shoff, of Buffalo, N. Y., is spending the holidays with his Lock Havso friocdi. Mrs. A. H. Wheelook, of Williamsport, is in this city to-day attending the funeral of Mrs. Nioholla. Miss Jlay Thomas, one of Centre Hall's sprightly young misses, is visiting friends and relatives in Niitiny Valley. A. P. King.iiostmaster atClarcncp.speut yesterday to the city, seeing the sixhts,aud baying holiday presents for his friendfl. Mrs. liesser, and her daughter Miss Nellie, came home .Tom Philadclijbia hist night to spend the holidays in this city. Miss Anute Fisher is not Improvicg as her friends boped she would do, and her condition to-day is such as to be alarming. Uer many triends hope for a change for the better, end bor speedy recovery to ealth again. The H.Joilty fur Hennessey Considered Over a Thonsand, But Scully AUese. That He Has Good Kaaaoss For BlBklnc a Contest and Decide, on That Courie-Parnell claim. Conspiracy. KiLKESSr, Deo. 23.-The result of the eleetion held yesterday to fill the seat for North Kilkenny in the House of Commons, made vacant by the death of Mr, Marum, was announced at noon to-day. The polling resulted in a victory for the anti-Far-neltites, their ciiDdidate, Sir John Pope Hennessy, being returned. The vote was, Hannessy, 2,503; Scully, 1,350; majority for Hennesay, 1.148. A revision of the count shows that the vote oast for Hennessy was 3,537, iostaad of 2.502, as first annousced. LITTLE OB NO EXCtTEMKJIT. In spite of the ezoitment caased daring the first week by tbs political struggle which has been taking plaee in this Parliamentary district, and though the actual result of the battle fought between the Parnellites and the anti-Parnellites was practically in doubt up to the hour of noon, there was little .or no excitement in the streets of Kilkenny Ibis morning. Peace and quiet, outwardly at least, seemed to reign on all sides, the streets being tke quietest portions of the cown. Opposite and about the Coutt House a small crowd gathered. Messrs. Parnell, Harrington, Redmund, S.iully, Hennessy and Healy were Inside the Court House at an early hour awaiting with varying emo* tione the actual announcement of the result. Though the Pjrnellites claimed np to the last moment that victory waa hoT. firing over their banners, the defeat of their candidate was virtually admitted long before the close of the polls yesterday. CREDITABLD TO   BOTH EIDES. In view of the almost vital importance to both Bides of the exciting political oon-tesc just decided, it is claimed that both parties deserve great credit for the fact that no collision took place between tiie followers, and th-it the last day of the oamjaign, at least, was conspicuous lor the almost entire absence of the personal abuse which has recently been exchanged by broadsides between the followers and the opponents of Mr. Paruell. During the morning, as has been the case since the polls closed, the door of the "counting room" in the Court House was strictly guarded by polios, but there was no at-teutpt to create any disturbance. Shortly belore not.-n Mr. Davitt came out from the Court House and told the Associated Picas currespondcLt that he (the correspondent) could accept it as a fact that Mr. Hennessy's majority would be about 1,200, and that the I'arnellites bad suffered a hopeless, crushing defeat. BCDLLY WILL CONTEST. Mr. Vincent Scully will lodgo � petition proteiting" against the election of Sir John Pope Heunessy on Iho ground of undue influence upon the part uf the priests, particularly relerriog to the priests' action in connection with the illiterate voters of Castle Comer. lu oouueotion with the formal proto-sts to be made by &oully a^aiQet tlie validity of the election of Hennessy it is stated that over 200 votes are challenged by the Parnellites. AN OVATION TO I'AKSELL. Immediately after the sheriff had officially aaoounced the result of the polling, the Parnellites moved in a body to the front of the court house, and then with a cheer they hoisted Parnell on their should-^ ers and gave him what mi^ht be termed a rousicg reception. Parnell was upon the point of making a speech to his followers when Timothy and Maurice Healy appeared among the crowd. The Parnellites resented the so called entiusiou by assuming a menacing attitude and giving vent to various threats whieb imp'ied personal violence to the Healys in case they did not leave the scene. A ItlOT rnEVE.NTED. Finally Parnell in order to prevert what seemed likely to be a disgraceful row, asked the police, who were guarding the Court House, to induce the Uealys to withdraw, ae their presence was causing a disturbance. The police promptly acted upon Paroell's suggestion, and tke Healys were eventually prevailed upon to depart from the scene under police protection. White the Healys were bsing eseoited out uf danger Parnell divei ted the attention of the crowd by resuming his altsmpt to make to make a speech to his followers, saying that bo would not be turned aside fruro his determination to do his duty to JAMESON'S DAIKY PUBLISHED. A Bltur  Attack on SUnley for MnklDE BIS AlleKaUons. LoimoN, T)so. 23.-JkMeaon'e dairy will be published to-morrow. Mre. Jameson and the dead man's brother in ft preface to the work, bitterly attack Stanley for making Jameson the seapeguat for all the troubles which occurred, and claiming that they were due to Stanley's own bad judgment and neglect. Tbey altoinggest that Stanley and Bonney are not telling the truth. The cannibal episode as it appears in the diary is substantially iodentleal with the account of it contained in the letter to the Emin committee. Jameson adds to his statement of the facts: ''1 would never have been snob a beast aa to witueaa the act of cannibalism, bnt was anable nntil the last moment to bring myself to believe that it was anything save a ruse to get money out of me." The Two Thieves. Few comedies prodnced during the last decade bare attained such instant popularity as "The Two Thieves." It was first produced in London where it ran for over eighteen consecutive months, and afterwards played in Paris where it ia still enjoying an nnpreeedented snocess. Colonel Snellweisner, who originally produced it at bis Court St. Theatre, London, has gathered together a magnificent oonpany of high salaried artists for it* American presentation, and after a few week* on the road will open in New York city for an in definite period. TRANSFM OF A DAY. Kews of Interest for Our Kanj Seaders to Feruw. O.csr Gmcan'. Oondltlon. There was a change occurred in Ososr Grugan'a coaditioo last Sunday and since that time the unfortunate man, who wai so seriously injured in the Fernay mountain railroad disaster, has been growing worse. Yesterday afternoon be was in an aaoonsaions condition, and his death was looked for at any bour. A Daecsnm Place. The sidewalk on the south side of Chnroh street where the market was held to-day was in a dangerously icy oondition. The pavement was * smooth sheet of ice which might have been covered with sawdust, tan bark'Or any other substance to prevent a person from slipping but it wasn't. Officer. Appointed; National Commander 0. J. R. Miller, of the Union Veteran Legion baa made the following appointments from Encamp mcnt 71, Liok Haven, Pa.-. Luther C. Furst, Aid-de-Camp ou National Staff; Charles Bowers, Assistant Mustering Officer.     _    _^ Birthday Patty. party of thirty persona from this city, paid a visit yesterday to Mrs. Knarr, at Wayne, the occasion being the anniversary of her birthday. Mrs. Knarr received a number of birthday gifts and her vi.-iitors were handsomely entertained. Out of 140 students who attended Stephenson's Business College and Institute of Shorthand, Williamsport, Pa., during the full term, over 100 were residents of Williamsport. NEWS   AND  BOTES. Senator Hurst, of California, who is suffering from stomach and bowel trouble, continues quite ill, and it will probably be some time before he can resume his duties in the Senate. The Supreme Court of the United States Monday rendered a decision in a Mormon polygamy case, holding that a wife is not a competent witness against the husband nhen polygamy is the crime charged. Sitting Bull's band of 150 warriors, led hy Big Foot, Monday surrendeted to Col. .Sumner, who, with 300 soldiers, surround-tid ihem, near Standing Rook, North Dakota. They were making for the Bad Lauds. Charles Lovelz, a oigar maker, 2-1 years of age, Monday killed his wife, Martha, aged 20, and attempted to kill himself, at their home in Division street, New York. They had been married four years. When he shot at himself ibe bullet only passed through the brim of bis hat. An express train on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad collided with a freight train on a siding, owing to the misplacement of a switch near Ballatoo Spa, New York, early Monday morning. The express engine, a baggage ear and four I reight cars were wrecked, but no person was injured.     ' The nineteen Italians aceused in the Hennessy murder case at New Orleans pleaded not guilty in the Criminal Courts Monday, and filed a plea in bar on the grounds- first, that the Grand Jury could not have found the indictment in the short time which it did; second; that the allotauient ^f the case was improperly made. Judge Baker oveiruied both motions. Spotted fever, or perhaps meningitis, prevails at Fairfield, Texas. Nearly all the storrfi are closed, and business is almost entirely suspeuded. The disease is so fatal and dreadful that the people are closing their dwellings and leaving. Eight or ten deaths have occurred within the past two days and quite a number are now filck. A Union Ptic'fic passenger train  was ,   ,    . ,.   , ., , wrecked near Beatrice. Nebraska, on San- Ireland, seeing that the rcKuK of the con- , ^..p,   Xn obstruction evidently placed on test in Noitb Kilkenny w-ia brougl.t iibnut by a ooospirncy. Parntil added that he would go through Ireland flgbtiui; tvery election, and that he felt confident of eventful triumph. the track out of malice caused the englQe to jump the track, carrying with it the renciitr and mail car. Bridge Inspector W. B, Mercer, who waa riding on the engine, wu fatally soalded and tbe engineer seriODsly injaied. THE LATEST LOOi^ HEWS BULLETIH. _-    4 Christmas la tbe Chatchn-Sanday Sckool Teaches Oened-tHtat A UttleCbIM Did -Cdwud Laniebad Paidoned-When the Snow U Decp-Oscai OreiM'a Death-A Deoeeran #l�ee. In moat of the ohorobes In the city there will be apeoial Cbrlitmas entertalnmanta and exeroisea. There witi be Ckristmaa trees in moat of tbe obnrobea and tbe Sunday aohool ohildten will be treated to oandies, nats, eto. The Baptiat Biioday aobool will hare an antertainmant to-nlKbt, beginning 7 o'clock aharp. A Christmaa tree handsomely decorated, laoitations, ainging and tbe dlstribntloD of eandy to tbe children will be tba order of exeroisea, TheEngltsb Lutbaraa Sunday sohoal will bold Cbriatmai exetoiaea Tbaraday n!g and many more will get there during the iiiom-InK holidaya. . "The business of raising the turkey for market is of comparatively leoent -origio in this region, but it has grown to such an extent that it demanda more thaa.a passing notice. This year the money paid ihe farmers for tnrkeya alone in St. Liwrence county'will amount to over (1()0,060, and if divided pro rata among the iahabitanis would give every man, womaii an'd child over (1 50 each. When the ; cumher of farmera is taken into accbdnt it wbalcl it seen that each would have a saug anna for the poultry raised. A few days before Thanksgiving a freight train' of thirty-three oars loaded with dressed tii'rkeys waa dispatched for Boatoo.. This "was only .oiie of tbe several shipments, biit it is probably; the largest quantity sent by One'traia'tbia season. Tbe prices paid by dje'aitera Vna from 14 to 19 cehta' per' poupdf .wil^hi .la considerably above the prtcea paid,'for Western turkeys. One" Birm. fcogbV tons in one week. ' NettrlyevoVx TillageJn .the oonnty now haa' one'. or'BBpre_"tiirkey brokers wb) hay on coiiiinisslon for deltl-. ers In tbe large cities., ^ With the bnsiness of poultry raisiiig. the poultry fair has become an'eatsb'iis&-ed institution.  Every town; little J and big, has one. The broker seta the day^ on' which he will receive turkeya for ahip-manC, and tbe farmera for milsa 'airiMind are notified:  On tbe day indloated^ the farmers or their wivsk and' daugtitera bring In their atocfc of dressed foWls. The brokers are kept'bdsy^ from dayl'ijgbt, to dark, and have many! a tediooa'argument with^thosa who wish to 'ge't"4rat; class birds.* There is mdob'cbmpatiUon^ among the farmers' wives for.the' higheat prices, and none' oare to have it said 'that their neighborsliiive got iha Mat ol'^im'. In this particular. The premiain     |{aad poultry generally brings the St, Lawxanaa county turkey up to a high!atapd�^, ."and'^ dealers say better fowls are ^raised, hisre. than in any other part of the ootin.try., "Farmers in this section have aWakancd , to the fact that there is a great .profit"io'. this new buaiuess. This year_niinjr,gf, them will receive morei for tbejip tiiripe^ than tbey have had from their 'dMrieii.., Tbe trouble encountered in turkey raiaipg , is not great. The fowls are Mi. t(>_ take, j ears of tbemselvea from tbe day 'they ai;a hatched until the time pomes foV.fattoii-, ing, which Is about six vreeks. bsfora. tba time for killing. They are.not mqlest�l to any great extent by the hawk', fo r land is just aa jgopd., provided the fowls have a wide rasga^ St. . wii this week in order to give tbe employes a- holiday.-The'' works will be started up agalu next Monday. At Hipplu'a ylaniug mitt the men are: ; working extra time to-day in order to get out a oertaiu order belore Christmas. - The . mill is running on full time regularly. Health to the sick. Honor to the brave, Buccess to the lover. And freedom to tbe blave. Green Christmas, (�t, chorch yard, etc. Everybody hu a bundle and a smile. Christmas gives worktio thousanda.   

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