Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
NINTH YEiYK-NO. ir>0. LOCK HAVEN, 1"A, MONDAY, AUUl'JST 2-1, 1890. P1UCE-TWO CENTS EVENING JSXPBESS rFssLoK" KKOTI1KRS - - - rOBUSHKBS CURRENT COMMENT. Tm: firemen of Pennsylvania ought tJ romoinber that Governor Robert E. Patt -Ron votoed tbo bill croating a pension fuu 1 for injured and disabled tiro-men. Tiif- new "ordti of business'r in tbe Senate will, it la hoped, result in tho dt-iug of public business in order ond with dispatch. "Government is decision as well aa deliberation." Now that action has been suspended oa tbe Federal Election bill, the Detnooratio press will have time to cool off. In December tbe beat of tbeir discussion ought to save them winter tlannfiU. Tiif. veterauB of tbe Grand Army are still bale and hoarty. It is said that at their reoent reunion in Boston they consumed �450,000 pies- Such being theoase, it is quite evident we have a veteran reserve which oan survive another war. According to reoent reports regarding the failuro of the potato crop in Ireland are gross exaggerations, and are traceable to Nationalist souraes, the object beiug to create a scare for political ends. According to the Unionists tbo blight ia by no means general; and tbe presumption U that tho supply will he ample and the prio** reasonable. Ireland csnnot well dispense �vith tbo potato. ALL EYES ON TERRS HAUTE At the Treasury Department it U saic the closeness of the mouey market \& large ly due to tbe faot that there have recently been heavy exports of gold to meet foreign demands and enormouB purchases of imports in anticipation of the adoption of the McKinley Tariff bill. Importers are buying as heavily na they can bo as to benefit by the increased duties. The Sumatra cigar wrapper people are laying in largo millions of supplies. The terrible accident which oocurred on the Mount Fenn Gravity railroad, near Reading on Friday, will provo a disastrous blow to the poplarity of that road as an excursion route. It is manifest that these gravity roads, on whiob the sole dependence for controlling tbe Bpeed of tbe cars is tbe brakes are not safe. There should be some other appliance which would come into use either automatically or at the instant command of the brakeman and atop the car when tbe brakes fail to act. Tue annual report of Miss K, F. Kimball, secretary of tbe Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, Bhows that this popular educational movement has Rpread over the whole globe. Tbe class of '03 is lu.-000 strong, and has members in every State of tbe union, includiug 1,000 In Pennsylvania, as well as in Canada,Mexico, South America, Great Britaiu, Germany, Austria, Russia, India, China, Japan, Hawaii, Hayti, Siam, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and tbe islands of the sea. _ At the Opera House. A fair sized audience greeted tbe well-known Rinehart Sisters last evening at the Opera HouBe. The Rinehart Sisters are charming actresses, and especially Leo, a Mi6s young in years who is already ft versatile actress. The singing of several members of tbe company was great, especially that by Miss Ileitio Hinebart, in that beautiful descriptive solo entitled "On the Bridge at Midnight." Miss liinebaiL, is a very ^accomplished danaeuae. The songH of Goldio and Stella Rinehart was appreciable, as were also catchy sougs by other members of this excellent company.- Omaha Davy Bee, March 18th, 18S9. Letter Lint. Following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Lock Haven Fostoffico up to Saturday, Aug. 2'i, 1890: Mrs. Frank Coyle, James Dewsor, Geo. Eiseman, John Francisco. Nat A. Green, �William Glissby, Bob Ilogan, Miss Ary Hagora, J, II. KaufTmau, Mrs. Lizzie Kauffmau, L. Leuiittrdt, Mis. Lutniy, Eliza Jane Mailer, A. T. Michaels, Miss Ellen Murphy, J. Muroac, Miss Maggie O'CouncH, Mrs.Minnie Ryan, Mrs.Eunice Rogers, Henry I teed, Mrs. William Wher-riclfc Samuel Warren, L. M. Thomas, John Sealoy, Miss Lizzie Solt, Mrs. Chas. Welter, William Wert?:. K. (3. Baiikkh, I\ M. A Lucky Alderman. N, B. Doroyheld the lucky number that drew tho gold watch chanced off by T. R. Huff Saturday evening at the Central Hotel. His number was 01. Hlonn'g Ni'W Jft?�ri� ..o'l .r-.i it, (,vhi- . tv v.i '.: c ;ji > Kn:a': '-",>� :,['eet. Patiently Awaiting' the Result oftlw One fertneo Now Being Held. COUNCIL AWAITING THE 00MMITTE.1 The Three >'�e� to Whom tin* Mm tor Wa-ltufererred Will Submit Certain Tropo-i-tfoiitt, aud I'iiiiil Action Miiy he Announce 1 To-ihiy-SpL-tnlmlunt ��� l- U'hst May Kcsalt. Tkhre Hacte, Aug. 24 -Nothing authoritative will be given out as to the deliberations of the Supreme Council uut I to-morrow at tbe earliest. It is among th 3 probabilities that thodeeisiou of tbe council may not be reached for several days* The committee of throe appointed la? night has been In seseion since tbe hour 0 their appointment. They will prcnar 1 certain propositions to be presented to tho council which will define the action of tbo supreme body. Tbe Associated Press correspondent called at Sargent's house to-day. He had carefully read the letter of Powderly to Mr. Webb, sent oat last night. While-President Sargent would not express an opinion as to the action the couocil woult' take on the report of the committee, ye be freely expressed himself about Powder ly's miaeivd. He Said: "I admire Mr Powderly's stand. Powderly puts Welti in the position where he belongs and which, when the public understand, wtl convince it that Webb in wrong. Mr Webb's position is directly opposite oi that taken by Depew, his superior oiiicer. Depew has always advocated the organization of labor." THE COUNCIL IN SESSION. Special reports have gone out from Terre Haute within the last hour ihat the Supreme Council to-nigbt have gone into exeoutive session. Sargeant personally tells tbo representative of the Associated Press that the meeting is onlyinfor mal and will have no bearing on the official statement which will be made public to-morrow or noxt day. Presidont Sargeant was shown tho statement made by Webb in which the latter said be was of the opinion that the Terre Haute convention will do little or nothing in support of the action of the Knights of Labor, etc. Sargent after reading the dispatch said^ "Why did not Webb investigate those charges last Wednesday when Powderly requested an investigation? Why doea be wait until the true facts are given to the public through the agency of sworn affidavits? It looks Uko a 'nigger in a wood pile.' " This is all that Sargeant would say on the subject. WILL CEHTAlSiiY ENTKK THE KHAY. Those who are deep in tbe confidence governing the powers of the Firemen \s Brotherhood say that judging from the developments of yesterday it ia absolutely certain that the Federation will enter the fray. A final effort may bo made they say, to induce Mr. Webb to treat with tbe Federation, but it will be but a matter of form as his action olearly indicates that be would follow the oourau ho has laid out for himself and the corporation. THE OH'SriL AlunriiNS. After a session of one hour tho Supreme Council adjourned until *;;;o a. m. The report of the tmb.cotnmiueo hurt bi*en completed, but tbe Council decided not to outer upon its consideration tu-night. It is HQtiu-offvaially announced that, tho ru-sult of tho meeting of the Supreme Council will be mado public by noon to-morrow. OFFICIAL-- CONFIDENT AS ''M-. NEW Vuuk, Aug. ^4.-The 'isu:il Sun day quietude prevailed around the Gr;ind Central depot to-day. Tho official* of tin: railroad were at their pohts nhual, but every one declared that no trouble was ant:uipated. Referring to Powderly'a latest manifesto, which was published in this morning's papers, Webb said that all statements bearing on the management of the road were untrue. He will investigate the charges made by tho men whose affidavits are attached to Powdei ly's manifesto, and will make public the result. Powderly and his colleagues left town J to-night for Albany to attend a convention of District Assembly No. to-morrow. Hayes Raid uo definite information bus yet been received from Terre Haute, but In; believes that the Federation will mippor1 , tho policy of Powderly. A TIE-CP ON THE WEb'i hlK'Ke. A 1.11 any, Aug. 'M.-A_ tic-tip m tho yarda of tbo West r bore and Fitehburg mads, at Hot ten! am June' i-Mi, hat* : * l3l',:i'.j;;r.e-^ o:i. '''.it.: ail ai: :c::t\j go di:t VriJi". ::iey reeeivt: tin- w->rd. Th-Fitehburj; 1 .iv'. :.)�� 'j.i; f..>. y !'jukci t illCL; :.: t.;o / ''i iieri , ,u -.- � c:. :' \ \\\* Exf�cu*We Board �f the Kninbts of Labor, ntnrted Iv\'-.t to-n'^ht. Noihinj; con''1 be I'icited frnm him as \r> the reason for his departure". One hundred r,nd fift;-scs.bs arc worViu-;: :-u t**e CimiTtjI fr-';i.:h:. yftrd.s, and trinuii-Hiu ^'iid \lmy widd 'Mit tiftec-i ' rai :?;i '.lie i'it7 i Bp to 3;0U 'P. M. ! I DEmOORATIG DELEGATE EMOTION IJrl :t 1, ills- Th.' *i)irt�or :\t "iis.> will si�m ills:ipp(l!i youiii; Hliil I'.iti nlil (t'�i 1 h-a: i>�,wer, An.i In it.-!;i s!cirn;*s*.' itnrk hiT otif-ck^ that nr*- ftuiett with Hi ntfiS fli.d pjun, Ttiiis wtiiniriJiiH inakll.-lan can brl^httui n^uln. A!! ills or inankirnl cnu tlr.s con-Miieror Hlay. Till comfort an*! health iu tht'tr plaw *\u\'A hoU\ Kivny. Each foe must surrender, earh enemy (all, llood'H Hnr-saparllla Is bint: of tiu'in aii. Ml;"s Floy CrowcII'* St upeU'tom* OrBiiui- The regular theatrical aeaaou opuus in this oity Monday ovening, Senteotbor 1, the attraction beinp th.it huper-eminent Eictrefia, Miss Floy Crowel 1. Thin company ia, we dare rkv, tlie beat re]>t;rtori( organi^ution in thy world, this id naying a great deal wo know, but it is True. Their opening play will be, *lStorm Beaton," this company having tho exclusive right to tho boautiful drama in America, Mr. Dudley the energetic manager of Miss Crowell, ban r tjuevn Knlhtr. Prof. -1, A. Coodricb jh in 'he oit} to day arranging for a performance of tho beau tilul Caut.Ua of Queen KsiUiev, wbioh is to be given under the auspices of tho Voting People's Christian Union, of the English Lutheran Church. Prof. Goodrich comes highly recommended as a mitsciian and the Cantata bb produced under Ids direc tiou inotbei places has been immensely s\ic cessful. A meo'ing will bf lie!d In the English Lutheran Church to*iuorrow even ing at ~:-'0 for tbe pnrpouo of arrangicg for rehuarsals, and all singers who wish to take a part in the production of t!i.- �; not rtii! 'ifir rihk by !"'ii'!g v-i i: Tiiuru ifi *".(".;, cot.tiu-j t-.p'tnun T^'ird iij� ih'j lU'j" :i'.> n: of the law wit1: l of erencc'o '.be registration of votcrM. Iu oidev v!iat nobody HhaB run auy rink all should bo registered by .September !>d. ii-jnietnbfM', Septcmhc: ;*J in iho Iat*t day tin wbiei; ynti can be registered without any fiiU'jitiiifi ah ' � ytri. \ :if,\r \>i ">:'.k Alpmy Cummamlery, No. 7u !vuightf. of Alalia, will be instituted to night by lU'p-uty Supremo Commander Owin K. Wilt, assisted by It. V*. Grand Keconler Sir II, I>, -Miller. A number ot the rnembprH of Alt. Olive' Commandery nf Williamsport will bo present. After 'lie work of tbo Commandery is finished, abampiot will be served at the Fallon House. Ueprefientativea of K. .il, ll.o bv:\>i"A trained eie pliant on eu'h and a rv.::e >>', \\\l>y �ig '-5 A I.wtliy A!'inrinan-I.t. Itid�. The tlec'lon-'i l^r didegj.Les Lu :.he JJumo cri'io t'ounty Convention were hold in the city and county baUmlay afternoon and evi-rjin;^. i?o tar aa the returns have boeti j re^'jived tlioy hhow that tho Dcmojrao;' j v.eit* ,.,ut iu full force and a large vote wai pobed. The vote m toe city reeultod a-t I i'ulio\"a. j First ward-For Senator, T. C. Uipplo L'tJO; Assumbiy, J. Welllver u'2, John 1'. Shatter 10, James C. t^uigglo 110; Pro-fionotary, John F Browu \?-:>, George W. Batoholer ti-t; SheriQ, W. M. �rorbart 39, Flcmiug 1'. Trexler '3, D. AI. Alay 157; County Treasurer, Charles H. Noyes 29, S. Woods Caldwell 172; Assooiate Judge, A. M. Oellaaa 9, James W. Clark 1S7, James P. Boach 40, County Commissioners, John F. Hockey 4i>, ilarvoy B. ivlcck-r.ft '.):, a. E. Walker 1, John F. Brosius John Urugau 17, James G. Hays 11, K,1-'..i-! P. ! >ifw!:ng 7s, Lyons Mussina ' S'oond ward-For Senator, T. C. ilij)-i pi" Assembly, J. N. Welliver 5U, Johc L'. shatter ~U, Jarui's C. Quiggh; M5, Pro-tJum-i'ary, John F. Brovru loy, G'aor^e \\. B'.toh'sler -J7: SherilT, W. M. Kverharr "1, Fleming P. i'rey.ler 5, 1). M. May 101; County Treasurer, Charles K. Xoyos -2, S. Woods Caldwell 1*10; Assooiate Judge, A. M. Dellaas 23, Janiea W. Clark ]�r,t James P. Hoaot ^; County Commissiouors, John F. Jiookcy 22, Harvey B, ICleckuar i, S. K. Walker S, John F. JJrosius 4s, John Grugau 17, James G. Hayes 0, Kd-ward P. Duwling^ -30, Lyons Alussina 02, Third ward-For Senator, T. C. Uipplo !0'j; Assembly, J. X. Welliver 7(1, Jv>bn V. Shaffer St James C. (juggle 27; Pro-thonotary, John F. Brown 78; George W. Batcheler, 27; tiherifl, W. Al. Kverbart-13, Fleming P. Trexler 0, 1>. Al. May 00; Coun-:v Trfja.->nrer, Charles H. Xoyes ^9, 8. V,'o'>ds Caldwell >M; Associate Judge, A. AI, L'ellaafi 20, James W. Clark 74; Jame* I', ltoach It); Couuty Commissioners, John i*\ tC-K-key 1, lUi-f- B. IClookner y. K. Walker 5, John F. Brosius HI, John Grugan 20, James G. Hays IS, Edward P. Dowtiug Tjf, Lyons Alussina 4o. Fourth ward-Senator, T. C. Hippie Ki'i; Assembly, J. N. Wellivor 71, John L\ Shutter 17, James C. Qoiggle 08; Pro tiionntary, John F. Brown 123, George W. Batoheler .">''>, Sheriff, W. AI. Everhart Fleming P. Trexler -I, D. AI. Alay t;.S; County Treasurer, Charles U. Noyes 4S( S. Woods Caldwell H'j; Associate Judijn, A. M. Delta 2o, James W. Clark t'l, .latne^ 1'. Koach 11; County Comrnis-Bio;:ers, John F. Hockey r), Harvey Ji. Kleckner 70, S. K. Walker 11, John F. Bromua l. The following is the result iu the nearby townshipe. Allison-Welliver 25, Quigglo 14, Shaf t'er 20. Caldwell 41, Noyos 10. Bald Eagle- Wolliver 21, f�uiggle :u�, Shatter 20. Kvorhart 20. Caldwell 59, Noycn S. Brown ?>~. Batcheler 17. Cas'mea-Welliver 0, juggle 20, Shaffer 7. May '20, Everhart 10. Caldwell Noyes ~i. Brown :i2, Batoohler 11. DumiHt tble-Welliver 10, Quiagie Sbailoj 1*. Alay 25, Everhart Mo. Cal.l well Noycs . Brown 27, Batcheler 34. Bl"!(*Ii Creok-Welliver 2, t�mgglo 45, Shafl'iT :;0. May Evorbart 4l�. Cabi \vp!1 ;� i-e Eaas, Caldwo!!, Everhart, BrnKim: and Kelcknjr. Craw ford wwuahip delegates are iu-sti iii-tod m follows. Hipplo, Shaffur, Pell aa?. Caldwell, Brosius and Dowling. The vote for Alay and Truxlor is a tie in Crawford. Tbore a number of placoi) from which no reltiiiis have- been receivod, but tlm in-dicatiomt are that James C. Quiggle will bo nominatod lor Assembly, John F. Biowu for Protboiutary, ri. Woods Caldwell for Treasurer and W. M. Evorbart for ShcritE The Asftooi,�te Judgahip oan-IidatM' are running neck and neck and the full retuiDi- will he ro-juired to decide whi"h is to be the uotnineo. Kleckner and BroHius lead iu the raoo for nomination for C'oun'y Commissioner although Dowl mg and Mussina have both made a good iuV)v, ing. The oandidaten for Conn* y A-:d " . �if'. w. r-i -.-.Mit Jin the Wet \\\ 'ny ridm-jie g1. r/,i* :.m..;.;'i' !.�,-.. ,. Kait;'--rh and $ .h :ijei .: ).;.�- in^ae reu;aikable prog: ,-.-,,s n, ja.^.Lg ;l,o blockade, which is almost an event of the past on that portion of tbe road. holland STAHT8 east, B ri'TALO, Aug. 21.-f. E. Holland, of : uy\ bis : �!:;:::�.- .\ " ". 'u ' \hu ; i;!ty for . �u 'b : � = bii-f | '. !. .' - * :� �]:; !! 1 Jet-cli Cri'fck............. - Kutirtb ward............ lU-ttn C'r*i�k ISoro.... 2j Lot;ti'.toii Boro......... (,'iiWiiuea ................. 1 Ln^an ..................... riwi|iinan............... '2 Mill llrtll Boro......... '1 ("olebroofe................. 1 Noyes...................... 'J C'mwfoni................. ]'Pino Creek............... ininn^table.......... I1 Porter...................... fiaJ!�yiier......... 1; kkjjuvu. l-irfc^nt ................... -J1 liast ward........... iinmnti................ I [ M ithile ward............ :i KaPt Keatluj;........., I\V*-M\Vara............... :i Wen Kcatlm;.......... 1 Soutn Keuovu......... ].iinuir................. "i Wayne................... : Luidy...................... 'J. Woodwa.iJ ............ Mii'K H A vEN, F'.m WurU.......... 7. The primary election for delegates wip bo held under the supervision of tbo Vigilance Committee; the chairman of tin same will see that the proper electiou officers are designated and in attendance. The hours for holding said elections, are as lollows: In tbo city and boroughs from 7 to s p. m., and iu all other districts from 3 to H p. m. Vigilance committees will please make a return of tho delegates ejected to tho County Chairman at Lock Haven on Monday, Sept. 8, 1890. HEI'L'ni.I'A.N rOt'NTY COMMITTEE. I The following named persons are appointed Kepublican Vigilance Committees in their respective townships, the tirst named being chairman of the same and members of the County Committee: Allison--Harvey T. High. Jnhn Nolan, George McGregor, Charles P. Brassier, A. Leitzel. Bald Eagle-M. Jobson, William II. Sanderson, William Gummo,Adam Dickey, Jesse Laubacb, Beech Creek Boro-John AlcGee, A. F. Hall, Robert Clark, Henry Williams, oganton- Dr. J. A. Ifuiitz, A. L. Heller, J. Fiedler, F. G. Berry, Samuel St.uum, Ed. Couscr. LOCK HAVEN, First ward-liobert Myers, Tbos. B. Uecd, James C. AlcCloskoy, W. C. Kress, 11. L. Gould, James Jefforis, S. H. Quig-ley. Second ward-A. L. Merrill, W. A. While, Hubert Peck, W. S. Harris, Louis Walters, Win. Keed, Luther AI. Patterson. Third ward-Jesso Morrill, Wm. II. iClupp, Henry Noener, James Snyder, Frank Bittuer.Geo. W. Hippie. Fourth ward - Henry Shaffer, John Scboolev, Peter Jobsou, Ed Christ, SauP] Paul. Lifgau-Wm. II. Strobecker, E. Al. De-Long, Samuel Snyder, Henry Shaffor. Mill Hall-James E. CaMcrwood, T. H. Alann, Geo. Hall, Frank Wolsb, Irviu SchretHcr. Noyes-Samuel Worts, Thos. W. Barret, J. N. Edwards, Wm. Stout., A. C. Wortz, W. C. Kojdor, Jos. Higgius. Pino Creek-J. Harris AleKinucy, John T. Crist, Honry J, Emory, Goo. Farley, A. IC. Hamilton, Geo. BottB, John Rich, Porter-A. Albson, Howard Thompson, Lou in Shuler, W. S. Myers, W.T. Kneeht. novo. V.?.:�'. H. Wni'.e. 1 mi.-s PROGEAM FOR THE SESSION Tin. Order of Business Provides for tlio Com-i plstiou of tho Tariff Bill. THESSiV/ILL BE FEW INTESKUPnOJJS ..; 'jii-tliy. iisiturr, Tliuit, i . wMii'd, (.-V.v.l W de!-i;u-t . ifar: iia Charl:ih MeCoid, ev, Ltitcolu ! li Ivi ppi- OUf'g, vv^'ic ritiut ovei liiedain on Sutuiday, Lu-wttrdu 'he Williamsport boom. There was uno'.'.H-r nlight t'ood in tbe river yesterday. 1 P-'aeb icu crep.m is tardy ;;uif..i W, Siav,:!j Ed. Kerr, J. -(uo. W. l\h--."-, A. W. Ctr.Un. -;�ib�-vt ,L*ri;�*u CDonneil, Ellin Si:ydor, Woodward-Lew ia Hoover, John Mc-Nally, Daniel Shoemaker, George Tar-niao, A. C. Kissell, J. Baird Fargus. A. j. Malune, Chuirman Kepublican Co. Com. Thn Turltr Will Only L-c given to Joseph Lynch, who broke bis leg bore a few days ago while assisting at a gamo of ball. Samuel Carucs, assistaut forman in the blftokHinith imop, died Saturday forenoon at bis residence on Seventh street, alter only & iew days illness, of heart failure. Tho f uncial took place this after coon it 1 -.'30 o'clock, services conducted by Rev. J. Patton Moore and interment to be made at the North Bend cemetery. Tbe deceased leaves a wife and one child to mourn their loss.