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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 1, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YEAU-NO. 233. LOCK. HAVEN, PA.. MONDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1890. PBICE-TWO CENTR EVENING EXPBESS KIK8I/OE BKOIHKRS----PDBUSHKKS �oBE nam WAMTEn. Loik H�ven i8on� of the pootcBt ligUted towns in the State. The worst feature boat the maltBi- i." that it cost l6o taxpayers nearly dl,50U a year for Ut^bts that fail togWe foe neotssary light aud duripg the mooalJKht seaaon there aie no street lights at ail. Now that there is au op-pottanity to secure a better sjBtem of street lighting, and from what we under-�tand at bat a small increase over the present cost, it is hoped that City Coaooil will act prom(h� aud Chicago. Iu the selection of its Tuarist Agesta and Chaperons this company haa ohosen them with a speoial view to their fiiness aud wbatsver tends to tbe tout ist'e oomfott or interest is assured by their preaenoe* No such opporLuoity has ever before been presented to thepeople of tbe East of thoroughly seeing tbe vast domain ot tbeoaan-tty tbey valiaatly boast of, aad at snob a beautiful season of. the year. The rats for the round trip of this first tour is bat: $275.00, which inclades not ooir necessary traveling expense* to Saa Fcan-Cisco and return, but side trips to (ha mobt attracciva resorts in Califoniai meals sn rente, aud several oartla{�. and stage rides of interest. Names ate now being- registani^'-for each of the tonrs, and applioation* for Pnllmau accommodations and iiiaarariea ' should be made to Ur. Ojo ^. Boy^^ Assistant General Passenger Agent,; S33 Sjuth Fuuttb S:reet, Philadelphia v " A Point Well Xala. Cblrago Inter-Oeean. "You are as bad as a playful kitten in: jumping at conclusions," remarked Ear-: dick to his wife. 'Do kittens jump at cooslasiotts?'' asked Mrs. Eerdick. ^ "Ceitiinly, have joa never seen-kittsna chase their tails?" A Maxim for Tonac Buslnss* �am. From tbe Dry Goods Economist. The most strongly ict.'enohed busiaeaa cannot afford to alienata the most bumble customer, for there is no telling bow quiok-ly a reputation for incivility will spread and undermine a business oonnection. Two Plngers aad a Tbamh, Jacob Spangler, a yonng man who la employed at a small saw milt In Sugar Valley, allowed one of his hands to oome io contact with a olronlar saw last Bator-day. Two fingera and the thamb am* cut off, and the band otherwiaa iMeratad.- --� > Tobacco aad dears. Iu 18S� tbere were 630,000,000 panada of tobaoco consumed in the Uailed Btatas, 20,000,000 pounds of whieb was imported. There were 4,000,000,000 cigars conaoaed here in tbe same period, all but 40,00l^> 000 of which were home-made. Lived Loss ilecauie Mu Was Lazy. From tliQ o lobe Democrat, William Holmes, of Charlotte, VI., says: "There died at Charlotte not long since an old man who was,! think, tbe laziest man on record. Bis name was Nicholas Wing, and he lived with his wife and old-maid Sawed Ont, Tbe mill of Shafer, Eintzing & Co. haa : shut down for the seasoo, the stook bav- . ing all been sawed out. Tbe basina ham been cleaned of drift and when oorand with ice will be a grand plane for skitfog. First Chicago Lady-"How do joalik* Emily's new husbandf" "SeooDd Cbiaa-go Lady-I never tried him." Hilton & Co. have a talk on cut �laaa . on the fourth page of the ExPBEsa to day tbat will interest tbe reader. PBBSOMAL PBNVILnsa. James A. Weusel spent Bunday with. < fiii nds at Beech Creek. Superintendent D. M. Brangatd la visiting the up river acbools this week. 'i ' Scott Currin, editor of tbe Sagar Valley Journal, is oironlating among hia Iioak^ Haven friends to-day. Mr. Edward Troxell haa accepted  i position with the Look Haven Eleotrla-^ Light and Power Company, and is diapoa-ing of his stock of furniture at low ptiaa* in order to close oat Patrick Fiaoegaa, who aeted aa mer for the LoiBk Haren Eleetrls Compaujr,fot awhile after tha plant fttat pat ID operation, arrival ban ,l 5 daughter on the edge of Lake Chanplain. The whole year round Nicholaa did not do moraiog tcomPhiiadtlpUaiiaa^ilia a stroke of work. Uta wife aad daoghtac tto aaploT i�r:tMM%mMK^ ;