Evening Express in Lock-Haven, Pennsylvania
14 Aug 1897

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14 Aug 1897

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Evening Express (Newspaper) - August 14, 1897, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Sixteenth look Price two a collision reported Between deputies and Only one Man the Basalt of attempt of the March to Pui the Oblo ers after the Shemilt Lemd the ii Ono Uon of county the first blood no the present miners Bortke was stood and was that of Jacob a drummer the Mcdonald strikers the trouble occurred at an Early hour near the Plum Creek the strikers in the Camp at Plum Creek left their Camp at 3 and divided into two squads at one body of the marchers going to Center school House and the other to the miners the Center squad was headed by the Mcdonald drum sheriff Lowry reached Center at about 6 he drove from Turtle Creek by Way of and was met by Deputy sheriff hoards a number of tile marchers were stopped and the sheriff read the injunction order issued yesterday by the county he then ordered the it tiers to return to their the men paid no attention to the or Der for a and the drum corps at tempted to Lead the marchers past the sheriff and flu the deputies closed up and moved headed by the and the opposing forces came no blows were struck and no weapons but there was a Lively during which a Horn in the hands of one if the band was pushed into Jacob molls face and he was body Cut Over the Rukhl blood flowed in a Stream from the and the sight of the blood checked the push ing the sheriff again read the order of the and ordered the crowd to Dis Perse and appear in court tomorrow to Moke answer to the Bill the men again and Joseph Brown was particularly pronounced in his oppose the strikers he was threatened with arrest after considerable during which he asserted his right to be on the Public a Leader named by cling bpm and the band again tried to Force their Way Post the sheriff and his Dep again closed up and moved More pushing and shoving the deputies pushed crowding and pushing the strik ers Back until both bodies were closely and it looked for a time As if serious trouble would sheriff Lowry again ordered them to disperse and threatened them Wolhar rest if they did not instantly after some hesitation the so olkers moved turned and marched Hack to closely followed by the sheriff and his it is reported that the 29 men Dis charged from the Plum Creek mine Are to be arrested for alleged breach of bodies of marchers Aleo started from Turtle Creek for Oak Hill and Spring Hill today in Defiance of tue but nothing has been heard from at about 2 Oclock some of the deputies doing duty it the Plum Creek mines were called from Center school to disperse a crowd of Mary Haas went to the Camp aroused 75 of the hungarians t the meeting a Success hut not Many tenters the Camp meeting at Pine Clatl yester and must of the campers left for their Homes during the the services on thursday night were very interesting and were virtually the last yield on the tile meeting throughout was a Success Al though the number of Tiiu occupied was not As Large As in some former an Accident occurred on wednesday Liat marred the pm Caine of those on the grounds Anil resulted in of near Jersey being badly the husband of the Lily will have ills wife in court Wales name is mentioned a Salt tailed will create Senia Laa the Nicht circles of British so Olej Mote Orlo career at the Ura aty of the who is lost my years of was j in the second Story of her tent and when Vic Jerky Eliout to Mode a and fall struck heavily at the in Tom of the it was found that besides bruises two of her riles were a physician was called and everything to relieve her Manv who occupied units remained on the grounds until this from its lowest stratum up to the purple Circle that Hedges in in agitated today on it has not been agitated in t0 ird of bos taken the pre change in school cd itch Ilcent and by Hie school a meeting of school directors and teach ers was held list night the ques Ion of a change in text All the inc lion of tie Board Wen after lengthy discussion of tile it was be Cdcil to introduce the Pollard system of readers and tie Meni Liers voting for the change in were a Ilzel and this who voted against the question were ring and president first t n some nil Urlce of the Welsh ill others which in reality is not a circus but a High class opened an engagement in this City yesterday and Drew Large crowds at both though the Price of admission is certainly within the reach of everybody there is nothing cheap aleut the it is clean and highly moral throughout and in the number and Quality of acts presented Many higher priced the Many notable features and which proved to lie especially amusing was Kerslake pig a pair of trained pigs were put through a series of interesting and at times la Glume the work of three gymnasts on the triple horizontal tars was a finished Ilion of the of this class of mile gave a daring exhibition on the flying Panli which was by the ludicrous Slack wire performance of William the heavyweight Contor tied his in knots Anil the Ilar ing trapeze performance of Harry wit Xante was far love the usual exhibition of this a Kinnion Hal dry and the comm cos in a Clever pin Drill were leading features of a Juggler who showed remark Able control Over moving Halls and keen knives Vas Followell by the con India Numier on the which shown Dan Itice and his wonderful trick the antics of the clowns inter the entire performance and added much to the Success of the the Leif Oriance this evening will con Conde ten cents will Fin and Tike the encouraging reports continue to come in from Many a most noteworthy the full of the recent else id railway of new in yrs abroad Upmal calculations of the old new Dun weekly review of Trade says and the ill nary Steps in an action for and be threatens to name a Bunch of correspondents that Mil spread Over two font Lents and number among its shining Marks Many men prominent in Public beginning with a Prince of the blood and ending with n Backer of Ever since the announcement was made that Langtry was to marry Prince Paul Esterhazy de Golan the of Austria speculation has been Rife As to the position Langtry would for 11 years he has remained but now he comes Forth and declares not Only that he does not re Cornlio As Legal the divorce decree granted to his wife in California last but that if a divorce is obtained by either party it will be by then he goes on to say that in Bis suit he will name exalted Royal English English Well known Youns Amerl can millionaire and turf sporting baronet who died in the United Siales while there Back ing a professional officer of the distinguished English bar Onet of sporting can lie mean a macs of course recalling the marked attention paid the Jersey Lily a few years ago by the Prince of j immediately Sot to thinking upon the identity of the exalted Royal everybody is wondering whether the name of his Royal highness is to be dragged through a divorce if what the result will that any satisfactory evidence could be secured against Langtry from the Prince himself is not his famous stand in the celebrated mor daunt when he declared that for a lady he would at any Lime perjure himself like a gentleman is still fresh in the Public but Langtry will depend mainly on evidence secured while Lang try was cruising on the Mediterranean on the Whyte Ladye with a Young and that he docs not believe the suit will be As the name of Esterhazy of figure largely in the court Esterhazy is in London and Only last night dined with the Lily at the Savoy every City reporting this week notes increase in and nearly All Bright crop the great change in business is emphasised by the presence Only n few of the teachers were present of a of buyers from nil parts at the j of the by their of another meeting of directors and Tho situation at Belr Homos the forcibly for further Coni iteration of Icet Inion the new the they Are but the customary signs of Prosperity Are not the Strong Rise in the growth of j Bank clearings and Railroad the heavy speculation in Many prod bul most of All in have whore the will Flay for tie the wok one of surpassing inter est even to those who Best remember the upward Rush in at the Princi pal Clearing houses throughout the the Lenl Niino the schedule published mow Lias Rel for the balance of the his with than in july 111 and ending it will tent than lost he found Lylial each club plays with every in the first week of August per cent club Len anally divided in Huni Cand abroad which the Only fair Way tit determining the harm at p it Dillon at Loii Sun tiry full to Tuv Mutin at Mittl it Ink Haven at it Rimu iry at k Haw St at ill a Leven at z u a 1 Uril larger than in 1s92 and per cent larger than last and in the second i week of August they Are per cent i larger than in and per cent larger than last i the great crops and the haste of for Eigners to buy and ship in View of shortage have made the week taking of profits by a Pool lowered the Price t cents on sat Milton under foot and into our the trouncing administered by Milton to lock Haven yesterday afternoon at Sor Nul Lark puts the latter club int Hinl the visitors batted Gallagher at while Walker held the locals Down to eight scattered his effective pitching aided by he indifferent playing on the part of lock Haven gave All the advantages that acre needed to win the a Remak running catch by Holt Man in the in which he fell Down and Nade a Complete Ami tin cavy hitting by the Milton sluggers Wen the features of the the score follows k 1 0 0 o a 3 t if c of i 0 ii 3 0 i 230 l 0 0 c i 1 s in 10 Luck Milton d Nui Al Milton t 2sunuir at by k at i Aii Kut ask m train i k liven Milton at Aurum at Mil Iii Hotenel Jval lunar us Louiry Al Imbt Rys Langtry career has been a Roost eventful she was born on the of her the in Sunbury lit nil at Haven at Al at Milton Sun at i at hut it has since risen Western slow in have in Milton at two weeks been bushels against last and Atlantic at floor have been in the same two weeks bushels against last even the demand for by greatly exceeding last i shows that foreign anxieties Ore Serl Tor bushels have been excl ported in two weeks from Atlantic Kin ports Agni not lost the at has advanced nowt la it standing enormous stocks brought the urgency of French buying of iry reports that Russia will Stop exports in order to keep supplies for it self and continued shipments from the to countries usually having a surplus make even the largest sell mate of probable supplies not Loo great for the possible Adrance in the Advance in averaging for the co most Active Railroad is would be far less impressive but for the heavy Selling of London oper who have been accustomed to control this dispatches now 01 j i o o s o 3 Urwin Izick Haven i Millon Mas two we Setley mar afire Staltz Nouwen Hewitt hiter u a Lewitt u on toll initial Tokier i off Watker l a fuck by Cal Laithier hit Murgan Haven 7 time 1 Timur Una 50 minutes i Litral la Siruc re ii 10 Hany of the Alaska Mountain passes reported few persons Willob inquiry for tickets is Tsie Enung at lest Well equipped England party which is by on Boilhem Sunbury at t Willian r Linin i the fact that the buying by Dew in in bind is great that us Welgh All the Selling 10 10 in k liar at i at Sunbury it at Knelt Eisent it thursday night the engine of fast line Ner or was Dean of the is k i cow at the lower end of Lenoi o and she came into the heritage d eix nation in the of her a Gaine Beauty before was Sunbury at Milton it havin it at Sulu 10slkiin at Milt i at mint Hurt 11 san mar at i the Eon of a Bel Point of accompanying her to the com Pany houses to do missionary crowd got a Good Start before the news of the movement was conveyed to the armlet whence the warning was sent to the after much chasing the deputies managed to catch up with the crowd and Dis Persed the in this City was invaded by n Large body of miners from Assumption and in route for they were re enforced Here by a number of miners and left for the Campbell forced to Frank Camp until recently the trusted Lieuten ant of general was forced Dee for his life from the strikers West of this he was pursued by an angry mob of who charged him with having sold Bradley and his men Oul to the Coffeen Coal and cop per Campbell denies the sheriff handle has posted a proclamation ordering the strikers to disperse and leave the Tola of to return to strik ing puddles of the National rolling Mill Here have voted to return to 67 in favor and 02 puddles who Are members of the amalgamated association of Iron and steel workers voted to stay and when the result was announced they left the the men will probably return to work next Tim a my had in Tift can Taw Biu Iii Inners after wants several inn nil Peop fast Quaker and a Young Man of Lull assembled at the where the Man to have in ii a Hurt search Rise Alwil the True state of of the Pilot of tin engine was slightly Laina cd Anil tin Row was a Tircht tobacco of of Lii Sconn v have cutting their Hie growth is Large and havin Edward while yachting in the heard of the woman who afterwards be came his wife and visited and was entertained by her father at where he and the girl were the couple settled Down in a quiet cottage on the but the leaning instinctively toward the a Lutler of smart induced her husband i to take a handsome House near Del plunder ii Sii Lemur in at r or at Rock a Advt at Wii Liani at Haven it Sti Anikin Sun Terv at int Flavin n Al Tia at Hull mrs Al i i grave and they began to enter we Sho iliac Wail air from the time the plants were a woman of extreme the Are that the Quality of j and sir ill Las pointed the Leaf will in dual in excellence to any i her exhibiting it in the Royal the Wowe Fatton Isola and this years under a pro Ritzig the Farmers is Likely to Down u Steep two Haven lilies were enjoying a on their along the Public Road Pielow the City last one of them role too to the River Luck and took a header Down a teen indy and wlict1 landed on a pile of hut the Niiler escaped injury and the wheel was the Brittye Coil flip tenth annual reunion of the of regiment Pei inn Volunteer Iii angry will held at Scranton this year on Meiu Urt of Ilie regimental my oration who intend twins should notify Miller Llu Fitall Kulli Fionte Are male fur the entertainment of the Vete Roas and to Weir Frinda at the eleventh annual re Iasi Nellt Lemml Isino Klyn Philadelphia a Miltimore new York Imon Cincinnati Cleveland is Iju Caster i ii Casler sea Iligir Atli Kuks Lilart font Newark Newark Kichii Timil Montreal the old Iii Tail to held it 3talls and trial of dispatch from says the Western malls which arrive Here Over the South Ern 1aclllc railway Are held Bock by washout West of on t Marl Capa and Phonix la thursday and August tween temp and two and a 1 half Miles were washed another report has it that Between Tucson and Pantano a washout occurred that stopped traffic the Jersey the Prince of Wales saw the craved an and from Hal Unell the crash Hal followed Langtry was the most conspicuous Fig ure in London social scandalous tales of Langtry and his Bride began to float Over London and j into and Tho mongers of a Loloi cratic gossip spread a contagion of shameful stories among the Juncos and friends of the there was a Story that the entire Marlborough family Cut the Lily because in a playful mood she had slipped a piece of ice Down the Prince of Wales Collar at a late and merry Hoth she and Langtry dropped from the top branches of the social rec to utter of with a business tact that has since j in cents to developed into Genius the Lily went on Iier peek per the stage and made on american j chickens Iii to cents tier pair in thai country she was first under i guidance and management of the late peek 111 and 1 Henry she was successful i cents Jet Down to cents and made improving in artistic f cents Pel skill perhaps More than the critics of the Day were willing to struck by Stephen i Lory was Luis in in jul by ing struck with n Twenty Pound Sledge her and a memorable Sleigh ride i i Nimer on the Side of the head while at 1 by the old while Germany also is buying largely but the main fact is thai americans Are and no combination of operators has yet been Able to resist that movement when once it has started in As in the oldest speculators and the most Pov Vetrul i Dart and distanced by the Elsor Pulun of stocks after they de i Elded that reaction was obvious causes Are the preut Grain movement and increasing july reports cover earnings of in the United on about half the total mlle and Are Ier cent larger than last year and Only per cent behind isy2 a Waist returns so far show in crease of Over last and East bound tonnage from Chicago is larger 1 than in in All the great industries a Large de Mand for products with Strong speculation in materials and intermediate in the Iron and steel i Branch Star tug of Many works after 1 settlement f venues keeps prices Una even depresses but the fact that the i Mund is growing lends to heavy purchases of Iron tons at Cleveland in a and of Bill less while concessions recently reported in pig Iron have the output of furnaces 1 was 165 37s ions against july and decrease in known stocks unsold Indi Cates a consumption for two months past averaging tons which is More iban in Ihu same months of Tho Riith Pielow the greatly in creased capacity of works sales of tin of Copper to Amer ican Consumers it is said at 11 cells for with today Milton at Shamo Kinnet Sunbury at Bloon Isbir Sunbury 21 1500 per sons turned out Here yesterday to see John the Only redeem ing features of the game were the pitching of Iraq Kate Anil the Hatting of the Home score by innings i 0 0 2 10 i 0 Loffl Wolfi Shamokin a batteries Dunkle Ami Miller Anil Smith was won from Williamsport yesterday in a drawn out and uninteresting Smith Lugo Naburgs new was while Anson was pounded All Over the the features of the game were the batting of Patchen and seavers Ami the excellent team work of the Home Ore Inni Ross i o o i 2 n o 11000010j Mia sport win Jamsion Smith Tinl iat Chieti Anil Tinse Italy tub Liis Field Day it a championship game of Ball was played this morning Between Tho and Sunbury and resulted Oregon railway and navigation company Steamer George elder has arrived Here from she left Dyea 9th she confirms previous that both the White and Cal lat passes Are route Fromsky Gauar and White pass is More level and though is mlle farther the prospector is landed on the second Lake above where travellers by the Cal lat pass Art besides there is plenty of umber on Bennett Lake to build while there is none on nearly All of the elders passengers were landed at the vessel lying m Miles out in the past Notts and goods were lightened ashore at a Cost of to per ton for of the elder say that not on half of the Gold seekers will get Over mountains this Many Are sail ing their outfits and from parties who went up on the elder advise their friends not to go this As they cannot get the Steamer towing Large Barge loaded with left for Dyea she will take inner and her Captain a Peota no trouble in reaching Bis Abatto in san the past week the Klondike fever Bas abated somewhat in tills prob to the discouraging reports received from there Are plenty of persons who announce their intention of trying the Chikat route m Ute and of those who Are anxious to go at once a Large proportion seem Dis posed to travel via Michaels and up the promoters of expeditions by this route Are ready with pro fuse assurances that the trip can to made before the closing of but in All cases they Are careful not to bind themselves in any Way to passengers through this fait at offices of the steamship companies it reported that inquiry for 41 for Bloom by local team in a Vic the in and of Lead at Mulat Lve but the sat inlay curb Market won Large and heavy sales of tin plates Are bringing an abundance of produce on slightly belter 1iuw Wenat follows la t wills Poumal cents int ten poet us in 182 Freddie Gebhard came into the Pennsylvania after the and a septuagenarian Baltimore 74 was hanged Here Loday for the Mur Der of his the crime was com muted May Llo Nanan Dos Nln Ved remarkable he made no statement contenting himself with say ins that he had told All he had to Tell and his he will be burled in Peters Catholic Ceme Tery beside the woman he no Knob attachment attachment against the Illinois steel company to satisfy a claim of in favor of the Newport mining company has been re leased upon the presentation of a gun or Tom of signed by Frank Sage Tow Aid Charles Falster the caused no delay in the fonder Stone the Corner Stone of a new swedish Evan lutheran Church will lie Laid at her Home in anger and confusion All text Lac industries Are encouraged by n greatly improved and really Large demand for which causes Many to Advance in with production much stocks of Cotton goods Are rapidly and in woolens advances have been made in Clay Wor Steps and flannels and mid with prices about t Cunt higher but sales of pounds in two weeks show the Elul Jenuss of some holders to the tide in Money has about Monr going out than comes in ills but heavy Bills against Grain to be exported already bring foreign Exchange to the importing exports in two weeks Here Are 13 per work in the Blacksmith shop it Genovo i i thursday the Kenova says hards subsequent successes on the turf i lie wan Cut tint stay Violta at the time the f0r when exports exceeded the services of a physician were August and it would seem that Europe May have a Teresing score of to this afternoon the Bloomsburg wheelman will hold their third annual meet and from indications will ins the greatest Ever held in that Section of the the entry list is Large and compresses most of the flyers who attended the National circuit at Dunkle docs to the following from the Washington Post will he of interest to All our renders Earl Wagner is still engaged in Fence and yesterday secured in other stick of unseasoned Timber from a minor league in the person of Davy Dnn a is Pound Pitcher of the Sunbury team in the Central Pennsyl Vania Dunkle was recommended to Wagner by Umpire who has watched the youngsters work All the sea according to Dunkle is of the Amos Rusie style of he has Lerr Itic Speed and Good so Kelly Dunkle will join the Ilsoe Italy it is a pretty dont go any in third wow who said Milton was easy has Sunbury a through ticket cant manager Myers get n Rabbit foot four games lost this that poor old Bill lost at Bloom yester race petors from new Stone of largest and Best equipped parties that have started for the Klondike from Seattle this season has just arrived in this City from new the Mem Bers Are organized on a military the Captain being Arthur son of a mind formerly of the Boston Herlov is and Rogers it Tot is Esenman Ber of the party originally contributed and each agrees to share in All expenditures and profits of the the corporate name of the expedition is the Bave Hlll mining from the fact that Seymour at the time he organized it was at although his Home at the members of the company have Dona All of their own outfitting in this the Are As follows Arthur Haver in Charlestown Deer f Field r Boston John Providence Hobbs Springfield George chel r sea Alfred Dales Hud son South Boston Thom As South Boston Charles Boston Annun legs Sod master South Boston Buffalo l new Haven dry Albany Walter Dod Eugene Hartforod Williams is 74 Yean old and a California he will instruct his company in mining and the usages of mining their out fit is there is nothing Trava Gant about but every Neo Esstarr article is and everything is of the Best the Only articles brought from the East Are some sheep skin sleeping their passage was engaged by Telegraph several Days ago on the Steamer which is due to sail from Seattle for Michaels next and their tickets Guaran tee them arrival at Dawson City before the River is Frozen Jersey tomorrow with appropriate the Comer Stone will lie Laid during the Forenoon Luegin Nijiu at and there will also services in the afternoon at will leave next tie Frosli air children Ore i leave on i leaving Rock Haven Cen Crol he Crematy Worth will meet them at the station at Catli of a the infant child of and John for Ogle died last evening aged two the funeral will in held sunday of Ife publican Haven this vents Between 7 and 8 Are said to be duo very largely to her him unconscious then there were sir Robert Peol and Squire Abingdon the loiter Hovi ing been accused by Langtry of having beaten her on More iban one cent larger and imports 12 per cent less Bald it is spent on from time to time she came again into the zone of and sir George he who was in a measure responsible for her original social Intro had a fist fight with the mar ques of Lonsdale Over she was also coupled a Ltd lord Rosslyn in a Brief social numberless other men worshipped at her but met with no she was Busy with the who would dare anything for and the minor devotees failed in All her first attempt at divorce was in but she made another and yet an finally succeeding in a California court May All Over the United states she owns and Ber name appears in the tax Rolls of Many Western bal Iuie to Meel before failures week have been 239 in the now the Blue jays Are treading on for the ten Milf Lor to Are Indium to Clinton new the Welsh Lar others for several 30 to Canada against is last copies of the newest circa exposition it was composed by Larink Honi Anil is arranged for the piano and or the retail Price is 40 services lit evangelist Matherson is conducting a Ries of revival meetings in the Church at United states against ass last and anarchists dispatch Milan says that three anarchists were arrested there today and that the to lice seized a number of bombs and the documents include letters from Cesar to the Assassin of president and i attended and a deep religious interest is Manifest in the Crawford township the Public schools of Crawford township will open on september ail the teacher of last year have Licen n or arrests Are expected to one Days government Bank notes received today for government receipts from internal s61 dont let a Little thing like that discourage attend the liliom Sherg by winning from Sunbury this morning places them on equal grounds with us for third if the lumbermen behead Milton today and the Grays clip the wings of the Blue and the maroons Heap Coola of fire of the Barons to will lie in Well wait and see there Are Many possibilities in base Ball As Lias often been demonstrated on on grounds the present one Day our club will go out and play such a game As causes the rooters to Boist their wind in and the very next game there May be snob an exhibition that the longest month fans will Ancnik quietly Home by the least Freim entert and the Only sign they give a the sigh of regret that ii Long drawn Ami con heard a for better department has written the postal authorities of Canada concerning Hooper Atlon in carrying the malls to the Klon Dike but therein not much Hope of being Able to reach an adjust As the american contractor not accept a modification of his con tract the proposition made is that the two governments should cooperate and arrange for the interchange of Man at Circle City and Dawsom the United states to maintain a once a and Canad the this would give two malls every no reply has been received from Canadian even if it was arrangements must made with the contractor who carries mall to Circle City to carry the mall destined for Dawson City in the peace of ambassadors have not yet received the replies of their governments in regard to the evacuation Compromise proposed by the turkish minister for foreign Tewfik but it is believed the Compromise will be accepted and that the peace preliminaries will be signed what the bicycle did Tor Pom Kwang of who has been seriously 111 Tor several Days i the result of overexertion in bicycle rid was slightly better it web not thought at first that be would from the effects of several the Spanby j Madrid Broca that the minister for tie Senar contemplates

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