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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania EIGHTH VEAK-NO. 21 CI.LOCK HAVEN, 1*A„ WEHNESUAY, FEHKl^VKY 12, 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS. EVENING EXPRESS KlSsl.OK IIROTHKR8 - - - Fl/BM#HICK« I.KT WKI.L KNOIOH AI.OXB. <5r»rtiis has kept the City Trew* u:'er*6 bo»ks io such a busiuesa-like maO' Wit ;;t»d b:^ reportfl lo City Council have bolti so compreLcosire that Couooilrneo have brcu able to uuderstand the exact rtoaDoial couditioo of city aflfairs from oiODth to inoDtb and to legislale iD^elli-geotly when it oatne to appropriating monty for various purpoaee. Tho city never before bad as competent and comprehensive set of books as those now in use by City Treasurer l^rafius. All the accounts arc accurately kept and tho oflice has been conducted in such a way as to receive the highest commendation from the |»copic generally. The taxpayers folly rcalt^e and appreciate tho difference in tho way the office has been conducted since Mr. Orabua took charge of it and (hey propose to keep turn in charge for another two years. It Is a good maxim to let well en<MiL;h alone and this apnlies very forci* bly lo the present City Treasurer. THE ELECTION IN UTA THE 'Ul.l*    I.SVIIH    TE. Tile Entire Gcutile Ti<-kot Viftotiou^ Srdt Lako City, in CURRENT COMMENT. Tuk Senators from Ohio are John 25ber-nan and calvir a. bi ice. Evp.itv ctuzoD should be interested in the pending municipal contest, since the result will affect all. M AI NP. is s grand State. Ic gives os the mao who can make a unornm, and a cli mate that gives as the Aery best of ice. Alt loierenlnie Ostliarlnjj of Trscbers anil Otlorrs-Pruf.    But«irtalntt«cot Kotwithsi anding the inclemency of the weather^ a very plcftKatiC and iotercsting fiislituto was held .it Mill Ilallf Saturday, MnUMHWQ PT ATV TTTFRP WAq rRAHD I l'*=bvuary, \ im. Teachers weroprcseot MOfiMONS CLAIM iHERE WAs> TKAUU |    ir.iven, CUarlioo. Klemington, Uoech llreek and Bald E^iglo. Morning TIO* city of »«if ijAke WrsuchrU Frooi the I scssiou Opened by singing “Glad Morning” Grasp of the Murder stsJonl Kolh»«i»rfc I (from jUeirj* MekHJies,) by tho Instituto, of Srictiam Voung—Tho Gcoiib*** Kleif I ioMowi'd by player by County Supcrin LOCK HAVEN LOCALS. What Our Reporters Overheard While on Their Daily Boands. LOCK HAVEN TEXTILE COMPANY the Mayor hoi! Control Other Newt. (tie ('ouorlls .M>)KK than :>0d,(>00 copies of Edward Rellamy's “L- oking Hackward*' have been sold in Ibis country and it is still going off at the rate of 1,000 aday. Tm. profits of Western farming are summed up in the fact that in Durliogton, Kansas, hay is scUiog at $1.00 per too. Young man, go to Afrioa. Heel bottled in by an English firm, was recently tested and prooounced hearty. Hut in those good old times people did not know what progressive chemistry was. .U.AfEs IViiiiio.wii Kilev, the iloosier iVet, say?, that be bvi'cves that ‘The sober, second thought of the public will come to a realization of the terrible iojus-lice*' recently put upon him. The priseut postmaster general is doing all in bi> power to induce C(>ogresa to adopt a system of postal telegraphy. Ic Is a cooTcnicucc which wit! eventually come and tho present congress could do no better than adopt it. “Hi. was a melancbolly young man who Slayed a; borne nights/' is tho concluding sentence of a telegram detailing tbe flight of Walton, the young man who recently robbed the Daciiic Express Company of and from it the plain inference is, that melsDcboly yonog men who “stay at borne nights" are not always models in tbe line of morals. Still, we trust that fathers will not be in haste to issue night keys to their boys. It is never wise to follow an exception and ignore a genena) rale. I*POD tho whole, boys and tbe young generally should not tamper too much with D’gbt, even if an occasional genius d<>es evolve villainy in tho seclusion bis bed room grants. A tVnilsiu»|>ort Killtor's Oploiou. From inc-WiLimiihf'or: R>*puii:inin. The .Democrats and Hepublicans of Lock lisven are having a lively fight for the office of City Treasurer. The Uepub-Ucau oaudi'Jate Is the present treasurer of the city who has acceptably filled the office for several terms. Tbe enlightened exponent of Free Trade, tbe Ihmutrniy seems to find its only argument against the election of the Hepnblican candidate in the fact that Le owns his own house, while the Democratic candidate lives in a routed 1j'Use. This is argument with a VdDgca;.<:c aud ought to be positive enough to dvft-at any man. The idea of electing a man to an (ffire of ttustwbo owus his own hoiiM? It's simply out of all reason ss Fine Traders view it. PERSONAL PRN'CILlNtiff. 1‘rotbruioUry .U»hu F. Brown, visited thecouit house Ibis morning for the first time after his long illness. Mr. Aden Houslcr and daughter. Miss K!l.i i^■u^lor, of Kmi>orliim, are tbe guests of Mr. aud Mts. .lo.xpuh llouskT. George W. Knights, who was called to this CwUtjiy by the death of bis brother, left yesterday for his borne iu Ohio. )>. hechrist left th«s morning for Frederick Md, lo visit bis mother who lesidcs at that place, trhe is 92 yoirs of age and is now (julte ill. Mr. W. ii. Jlulioway arid famdy left lo-day for Florida. .Mr. IJolluway will return bt.mr after a hunt of a couple of weeks, but Ids family will remain in the land of dowers and oranges tbe balance of the winter, fur the benefit of Mrs. Uol-iowsy’s health. S.Ai.T Lake CiTv, Fob. ll.—Tho Cieu-tiles elected their entire ticket. Scott for mayor having SOU majority. TboGrnidc.s control the municipal council for the llrttt time In tbe history of tho cojntry. A DI.OW .AT J’Ot'i'A.'iy. Speaking editorially upon ye.stcid.iy's contest, .ludge C'. C. (kH'dwin, of the 7n-dvNCsays:    “A    great    wavcofthankfnhuss will sweep over I*tab io-»^ay. The blow tie-livered yesterday iijioo Mormout«m as a political power was a terrible cue, ami the news of it will strike upon itiou.'iaiid.s uf hearts likes visible answer lo prayers. February IU, ISUO, marks an CfK'Ch rn I’tah's history. To the mental vtdio'i of old, n.ir-row fanatics, it will seem almont Uke one of those cataclysms which scionco dcuotn-inates a geological period. They will be forced to pause aud ask themselves if it ii> possible for all these years to ha?^ been mistaken, aud their hearts will be very sore; and we believe that, <>t the othei hand, twice Id,OOO women who are hound in tbe toils of Mormonisin wil whih* kisA-jog their babies to sleep to-i.iglit, thank God that the cup they were forcetl t*» drink will be dA.shed from the'r children's lips. TIIKKK WHI HK JLroOCNO. “We believe that tho grerit body of young l*'ah |>oople will ref nee opeiily aiui secretly as (Otho result. In th-> l.eaiUuf tho Gentiles, who have wailed ami watched and worked for this day, rho thought is one of cxultati> n and pr dourid thanksgiving. They have never, t.-.on lie-firwt, asked aught except that the M<*rm oi p.)wer would assimilate itself to American laws; they have never worked for anything except that iLuj believed w.-nlJ be of as much bcneti: to the    .(*:•• themselves. The struggle has bt en Americanizo Vtah and tho aaiu:s of ih»* kingdom passes out of the siiutly control: the Americans arc able to poinl proudly to their reward here, which is notstaim-d by one wrong done by them, ai d which bas slmjdy been one mighty and ' >ng e>»n-tinned struggle to make a tiiumph. tendetil D. M. Brungard. The following ofBcors were nominated and elected: <.‘bairman, Prof. S. F. Suitei Vice Chai!nun, Mr. U. G. Adams; ^ccrc t.wy, Miss Amy E. Vandyke. Then followed a di.scttssiun upon the moutldy Institutes. Mr. (J, II. Hubbard ojiened the di.<4CiiHsiun by a few well chosen remarks; claiming thai monthly In.Htilulcs would caiisi? more so;iability among the teachers; also between teachers and jiareut.s. Prof. lliiiugtrd expressed himself as be jog very mud. in favor 0.' them. Ho was followed by l‘rof. E. E. Adams, Principal of the Foiiri'i Ward scbooln of Lock Haven, w ho said som»» very good things in favor of the same. Prof. I). IL Simpson closed the dkcussiou. Tho lustitiicd WO.S then enlivened by singing the '‘.loat Song,’’ in which all tnok part. “Teacher.^ I'uion” wa.s Ihon di.seussed by Messrs. D. M. Packer, K. £. .\dams, 1>. M. Ihnngard and IL ll. i^imp-soo. Prof. Brungard thought it would bo a giXKl idea for 'he teachers to meet twice a year, for at h‘sst two sucecssivo days, for tile purpo^:c of receiving instructiooa (rom some goud iusirudor, claiming that better teachers Wiuild bo the result, and th.it toaelior^ wciild be retained longer lo (be '•aine positio H. “.Moonlight .'^a I’* was then sung, after utiich Mr. I . G. .Adams discussed “8cb«H>l .Vppariviu*" very (boroughly, leaving very little fur anyone else to say. The tpiestiun was farther talkc I uih>u by Messrs. H. M. leacher, -I. IL tfai'.cr, E. K. Adams, K. .1. Ariii:s:rong and I'. IL Simpson, each one '»ajing many things of interest. After singing “Let us Aii&u ' iu.stitutc adjoorued to meet al l:2.-l p. rn. \KTm;S''*N SK«*I**N. rile .vfternoiPj, -s-im was ■•pened with -inging by tli<* ln-rif.ite, after which tho regular wok uf th.? ufteiooun was cum-mojiced. First, a di.AoussioD on “How to prevchl mem-iii/mg tho words of tho (ext b<i.«k," WAS <*pciK‘d by Prof. K. K. Adams. foUotred by Piof. -I. IL Suitor, among many of tho meth sis he mentioned was “To have tho piipiN express in their own Unguago," cs{‘eci<t iy to histoiy.’ Prof. . FMl: K.TTI.K '.'ON.    I    '*■    Ftni    i.har.M.hra»inc ■■It is a false charge Hat Hie lave ever    ’'‘’•‘O-    I'.    M. llnm^arJ gave a attacked a religion or that ti»i-y wot sought to iojnrc a Murmxn in }• rs>>r: or in property. They have struck bndy blows at tho political assumption.^ of M->irnoii priests that they bad a right to nile ami coostrco for themselves the coiivirutiou. ality of laws, aud at that pr.aotice whicti against al! tbe teachings aud commands of civilization, del*asc9 women .and d--gr.idcf< men. That they liavu at la.st in a f.iir conest won tbe chief city of .Mi>tn:-ii;ir-m fron> Mormon e/introJ i.s somcvl.iiig to mako loarts b<jund. something ilu-y h.xvi- a iiglit o rejoice over, and tluir j In i;ihten ed by Ole thought thai Pbris-tian civil-izatioi), tho woi'.d around, wji; n j i:;r with llicin. The year of lobiloe* is come. ' short talk on the «i>ie6t:ot), in which ho aa.d “•!■> n->t [mpil.s to memorize non. impotatii thiiigK;,aud things which they tlo not fully undci>t.\td." I’rof. K. E, Adams ch*.'^ed the ii scusHion in his pleasing manucv. “P»eau*ifnl Dvys" was sung, iliLMi 'liKi Annio Gunroo read an cxccllpiil ehsay, wloch was wt'l received. Mr. G. ll. Muhhard, gave a practical talk on ■'ll'tw to secure g". d alleudauce.'' The dis-jiiiss’.ou wa:! Cont nueu by .Mcs.srs. I G. Adaihs, I). M. Picker, IO. E. Adams, •I. IL >siiightrii2 and otheiN. The lu.stituio iLeri ^afi.r •••'lcighrrig S •! g." when Prof THE Kl l.l> DERATE. D. IL >iii.p^oii LiVi>:rd the aiidieuco by H ading a h ngthy pnpei oil “The Kduca- 'iotiai PJ;i|i»sopt,y of ^^liakc.Hp<*ari'.’* Piid. lo'ingaid ma'fo the closing address iu whi--h ho spoke    kindly lo parents, ir.i.-hcrs, arid p(!pi!.<,    saying m.atiy good ConllouMiioD of Ihf«    DUnis-iuri Vv-htOh> 11hirsgs that will ever    bo remembered by Afternoon.    I «-acu and evciy one.    The Prt>fossi»r is a WArHixi.Tov, Feb. ll.—Tin* ihdiitc on j uoiveisai fuv«>rilc here md is Alwayvglailly the rules continued to the JIoii-c t.iiPt o I wclconuol by all, aud lis talks ate always o’clock, at which hour, in acc<>td-m''c I pia.-t • .ii an i iutric-ttt g. < •Mucpiviilfv cu-wilh l^pringer'a re.sohition, the hou*; ‘ »**t.k I ^ ‘yrd by a recess until ll o'clock to-morrow. I l'n-1.ly cv«-i;.ng, pi    to    Institute, There will be an cvcnmp svsslon to mor-I Piof. t-citgo I*. iLI».o gave oho of his row, when the discussion of the rites on [ idcasing euti'rt.TiT,nivn.h which delighted FIoiuintlOQ .''hakea ITp-Klttle Kbon<l«s 4'oiot»so>- loi*( Xlcht->AD Did Fashion Part/— Kcximeoul Ksonloo — Clarks Book .^(oro -Sotil — Against Immoral Papers. Id a few weeks from this date tho busy bum of machinery will be beard in tho three story brick building at tbe corner of Btilleu.:“a a'eoue and First atrcet and tho Lo-:k Haven Textile Company will then us v-^ t'oeir hosiery factory in opera tion. Too work of clcaoiog up the building and goltiug things in condition for setting up the machinery was commenced yeaterday. The engine.and boder and a number of the knitting machines are already in the building and will be placed ill position as fast as possible. TheSuper-intcodont, Mr. J. K. Crawford is a prac-t:cal roan and thoroughly understAnds tho hosiery business. Tho only goods mann-facturcd by the company will be cotton b-)siery. A limited number of macbines will bo put IU operation at first, and aa fast aa operatives can be instructed and made capable of running the maobines tbe number will be increased until fifty are in oi.craiion, lf the business ie found to be a paying one, the number will Im increased to one fiuudrod at once. The employes will bo mc.stly females, as only a few men an* rv«juired in tim factory. Tho engine which will furuibh the power for running the macbinee is of fifteen horse power. FlfiMlagtoo Shaken l‘p. I'bo residents of Plemiugton wore con-aiih'rably excited sod many of them great y alarmed Monday night by what they beleve was an carth<}uak6.Tbescare occurred about IU o clock, and at a number of joules the rattling of window sash was he most noticeable feature. William .Moore and bis family when they beard tbe winilow sash shaking thought that bur-lain wore trying to effect an entrance and drove nails in the window sash to prevent tbe lower sash beiog raised in case the I sQpposed thieves made a second attempt to enter the house. Mrs. Noland ran out of her bouse ami went to a neighbors, greatly terrified by tho strange trembliug and shaking <i( the building. Owing to the lateue.^s of the tunir there were but few of the Flemington people knew that their oeighb<.>re were experiencing sonaa-tioDA of alarm similar to their own, but when they came to compare notes yesterday it was fonnd that tho alarm had been general. Careful inquiry fails to abow that t here was an explosion of any kind in this m’clioo of the country Monday night, aud the Flennogtou people are firm in tho belief that tbe town was shaken by so earthquake. prNGKMT POT rOUBI. DISTRESS IN DAKOTi BOW DID BE DIB. A .WlsctllatiooaB Mixt arc of •**oose and Roo- MDM 8i-f«soreil and Scribbled* AN sdvrrMsemeat lo a paper Us very simple IbioK; Be It roand or itqasre or taper-1 ox. It bos ibe same clear ring. At first It seems to pass you by, Or drawa bul alif bt auentloo, fieory Freer Foood Deed la Bed lit J«n»ey _    ,    _ _ .    .    »    •«»    f.1    Shore    .Foacfloo. Many People Soffenng for the Want of L;orT^pondenceo.sei(eiuiUBQUetin. Provisions, Clothing and FoeL The ooxi yea know you have to try To keep from tnaklnx mentloo Or wbai It says. Tnen It eomes INDIANS DYING OFF LIKE IS A little nearer to you. And you are forced to reencolxe It’s trying bard lo do you, Hut when tor bosloees It starts out No mercy does ll give; It simply plays with you a while. Then btu you where you live. JbrskvSborb JVNCTI05, Fab. ll.«-Tbls little oommnnltj wan tbrowa Into a wild aute of excitement early this morning by the news that Henry Freer bad oom-mitced adiolde by taking poison. The Ab Addrest leaned to the Pobiic Kxpiain-1 o«we eooo spread through the entire log the Sltuatloo In the Drootb-Strickea I neighborhood, and it brought to the mem-Reftoaa, and Appealloa for Aaalstance- I e>7 of many, the tragic death of Andrew One Tboosaod Indtoos Dcaiitate of | ^*Ner at tbe bande of George Smith and Go AND see cbarmtog Kittie Rboades to oigbt. “Lai'K.i, why do you turn away from roe aa coldly?" lira* Miller, which oocorred within a half a mile of thla place nearly ten years ago A crowd soon gathered at the hooBe, which ie only a few feet from the Junction aohool houae, and a look at tbe cold dead form wee aofficient to ocmvinoe Clothfag* Graud PonKs, N. D., Feb. ll.—Hon* n. T. Helgesoo, State Commissioner of AgnooUure, bas jast iMued an address to tbe pnblic expUtniog tbe sitnatkHi In tbe JO''"*''I"fI pr*i*7t tbirVb/ramOT in that distant cornel?    I    sod making an appeal for aaaistanoe. Hel„_.__    ^__*    *.    ....    .. “Totoll you been smoking a cigarette expected tooall this evening.” “And I have been eating    onions.    I—11 counties is nnprecedented. wasn’t looking for you, George."    |    ONB tsousakd indians stabvino. CmcAOO, Feb. IL—A diapatob from “Litti.e Boh" to-night.    |    Fort Totten, North Dakota, says: Between 800 and 1,000 Indiana, oredited to tbe the truth, Laur^ I have I    suffering    for    want of provisions, arette, i-i    Clothing, fuel and feed forelock in several Freer was dead was too true, bat that be had committed sniolde was yet, and is yet to be seen. Freer was a widower, hie wife having been dead for nearly a year. He bad no family, but for some time past be bad aa housekeeper, a Lizzie Burger (a daogbtar of Jacob Barger, of Mifflin town-ship,) who bad been prevlcraaly married, Neli.v Ult has placed her traveling I DeviFe Lake agency, are wholly deetltnte I D QU exhibition. Did abe have any I    ....a    -.«      I    *od    was    tbe    mother    of    one    child,    a    little * aiion. Lnlese fornlsbed with food, cloth* log and medtoinc at once these lodiaoe will die Uke dogs. Disease baa brongbt fully one half of them to the verge of tbe grave, and tbe recent inclement weather enhanced their anfferlngs. Indian Agent Crmmele bas Isaued an appeal for aid. TBS OREGON FLOOD. the Democratic side will hccluNcd LyC'.ir liftle and springer. IN TKK .®KN.\ih. [u tbe Senate to day the bill |>ro\:(iuig for a temporary government for Hie ten i-tury of Oklahoma was taken up, Mu-(ion being on tho amcndmcnl to ii.'du'h* “No Man's (.and*' in •,!»(' liMirory. !• wa?* aumiUed by tlioHe who favored tl.v atuvtid-uient that the uUimateaequiivment hy the { Federal Government of thee’Lcrobee I ti    f.»r in© iMinciit of tho which joined Oklahoma ani 'N. M.u.h •    "r    Hie    S.imt    I’aura    Epmcoi.al Laud'' was conjtiden-d u.i f,fve‘-.‘*:t;y. and * ^ hurth. this admxudon hiought ftotii Senator Ingalls a vigorout defense of I'ne right the iodiaos tu their landn. I'he bul went uvrr without .iction, aud Setia*<u Jlhtir r<-ruirm-d all present.    wa.s    Mr.    Bible's    first vij-ti lo Mill H.ill .aud n any havepx|*rcsHcd a de.^iioto h.iv(>t!:u eiitcTtaiunient re|ieated ■'I'Uue time :n the future. Amv K. V’nDvkk, Secrot,iry. - • * Theie w:ll :»-! an fty-.Hier supper on Fri-d,ay—Saint Vahmt inn's evooing—opposite the post i-fllce. rrn which all who can pay • • HIGHT FKOM HKNOVO. Kl.sov.i, 1*u , F,,h. Ii, Kfh.    bcjrn    to    Mr.    and    Mrs. hi*,pMcb on the ^.locational hill, J . I.l- [    ,, B*-v. .1. 1>. ftM.-k i.s al.lriMey Shore this wiek, iiKMsting Rev. Kidder with a sciit‘8 of {Meetings. Mi. E. B. Kidiry, oft.’sntou, Ha.,islicre vlsMiijg Iii.s hon (\ B. Kelley, principal of tag to a motion for tim counidt'ra-in:: executive business, after which the .S.uiate adjourned. In the Intrrri'l of irtlntitl. Lo.MdiN, F«-h. 11.—The rariHdlitc ni’m-b<;rB of Pailiameitl litdil a meeting to-lay |    tho    high    nchm^I, and elected I’arne]I chairman. A vote of ’    Washington t'nmp No.    H8 will huh!    their c uilidenco in Fain* :) w:.:i iol.ipr,,!.    grai    d dii -    I'all and    eoueert    on    Fr»- rCNulutiun expre^^ed Hic J.vtu.;* graMud.*    d.i>    evi i.    :    ! I h n.-' of tho party for its Iru<h i.s to dcfi-uce •( .Ai ti.-- !n-.<    «;a.ii(i-<    iu*fHi>g    heM tbe iriali cause. Parnell in a spet-cii eani ia- ;w«ik in the j^ist ward there was be hoiked tho present sc.SKion w.mfd bring ; I'Uty-six ; el ('n! h priK-iit and they counted nearer tbe legislalivo inde)>€ndeiico uf sixty bslloia out gf tho hat. Hosult; Au Ireland. iudepcn«leiit fur CounciL Klttte KhonUcs Comiisojr f.nsi N’iatit. Bronson Howards intensely interesting drama of “The Banker's Daughter" has been played in this city on one ur more occasions al high prices, bu'^ we can triitlifully say it never received a more c* nscieotioue or sucoeRNfiil rendering than given by tho Kittie Rhoades Company at tho < 'pi-ra H yuse last night. Tho house was comfortably filled and tho audicoco showed their approval by fret|uent ap* plauae. Mii^a Khoadcs made a lovely maid, a capital wife Of tho period and a charming widow. “fAllian Westbrook, tho Banker’s Daughter," was impersonated by Miss Manti Binnott, who dresst'd ami acte<l tho put very accojnably. .Mr. Harry Rubio-Still as “<*. Wash'Dglou Phipps'* ala*) dc-stuvea special mention. Tt>-nig1it the laughable comedy of “Little Bub." f)t) and see it. . - . _ . ..... (Inrk's Bonk    Hulil. Mr. James W. Clark yvstert|.vy sold his book store to J. F. ^Uzer and George Rhymestine, the welt known painters and paper hangers. Tho new firm wilt bo known as >telizor A Uhymestinc. and their many frleiitls wish thsm success in their undertaking. The org.in ami sowing niacUino doparl-meutawdl remain under the control Mr. C'Utk. girl, wbieh abe had with her while living with Freer. Kvldenoe given shows that they bad freqnently qnarreled, and that be bad at different time* threatened to take his own life. Immediately‘after be was fonnd dead, M. T. Howell, Jostioe of the Peaoe, Jersey Shore, was Informed i of tbe fact, and be, after coming to the bonae and looking at the body seemed to think it unnecessary to hold an Inquest, Great Los* From the Ovcrriow    Id    tm    aim* I • score of Others thonght    differently, Talley.    I *bd aooordingly Coroner Bell,    of Newber- CoBViLLis, Ore.. F.b. ll.-Tbegre.twt 'J-    He    errived »t 1:45 tbie Ieee ie Benton oonnt, by the recent flood    <>“ *e Fell Book train, Md Im- occnrred in tbe Alsei Veiler. The Alee. I    omp«nened    tbe following Jory: river overflowed IU banka, uid in mur I    H    Ofinib. Oluee the water mu aeveral feet higher •'<*"    J«o«>    Neyfert,    of    tbie than ever before known. Several head of    »“<**'• H-RuSiiead, of loot eity. atook were drowned, and mash feooing wee | rbey proceeded to the Freer reeldeooe and waahedaway. Tbe moonuin.idee in a.nj    the    body Tub man who loses is never accused of I plaoee moved down into tbe bottom—eoiae I    witneseee, sdjonroed not playing fair.    |    of the slides being 500 feet sqoare, and so I    Devine    could be snmmoaed from deep that in some instanoee large trees j    Shore. CiTias.Nsof Williamsportarevigoroo^y I „eroo„Tiod,,aa,],odsoryardedowDwatd, I    IW't-owrtem examination was then jj, I conducted by Coroner Bell,    assisted by casoe trees    have been bTokeu'off    and    piled IH'-<>“ the stomach    of the de- up with earth fifty feet deep, forming a “***^- ThlxwMso noaatUfaotory that dam in tbe monntaln streams.    I    “■® ‘-’®™"®'    ‘■>® Tbe only death repotted in Benton Jits Oontenta analyxen, and coanty occurred near Alaea Bay early I “>®    “"«• Tbarsdey, Fab- Monday morning. A large slide came    ®‘    > P- ®--    bringing down the moontain side, bnrying Robert I    facta    that    woald confirm or deny BaroUy, two children, and Robert Brown. “*® »“‘®‘‘>« ‘’*®®'y- TS® The father end two obildten were extri-1    ^    Undertaker    Calvert, who bae pre- cated after some difflculty, bat Brown wee > P*™^ fof bnrlal. fOQOd deed, having been crushed by besvy timber. A bam near by was wrecked and ten bead of stock killed. Th« KIM* TUX WOVAy. He kissed me lo-olsfii when we parted; ir«uiiisiipfl Touch niiutt As finger tlpH Divine Touch breatbleMclay And give The heart throbK’ play That live Kternaily In love’s sweet ecstasy lie kissed me to-ulgh( when weparteti. TRR ma:*. I klsMU her to-night when we parted. lf J had missed her I RbouJU have kissed ber KIRttT— I kiKsetl lier last ulgbl when we parted. WnATkibdof batsabould ladies wear at the theatre, asia a contemporary. We avor low hats and low prioae of admit-aion to tbe play. protesting againet exoeaaive insurance r raws, aid i number of people havel‘“* ®™ »t»o<llng erect. pledged tbcmselvea to throw up their policies uhleas tbe rates are decreased. If tbe peaoook could ase hts feet would never never brag of hia tail. I i'C®<DFT> (he wavy goldeo locka From ufT her roreheSd fair. Aud where A frown had lately been A kiss I printed there. I hold the tre«MM shining fair Ae yellow huiterrnp. ”\V’a!t tbHi u gooil kiwi. love?" said I, Aud she replied. "Bang ap." he Henry Freer was a hard working mao, having been for several years a section band on the track here, and during that time he had acoumulated eaffloieot to par* Bepo bl lean Ward NoKDinafJoBa. I chase a lot and bnild a cheap boose Tbe foliowlog ere the liepublioao aomi-1 tberoon, He was quiet and peaoefol at nations for ward offices in this city, to be I times, but generally of a passionate and voted for Tuesday, February 18tb:    J    disagreeable tors of mind. Pint ward-^Couooll, — ■ School Director, Aodrew J. Schuyler; Asses-1    Fsahiopso    Party* Asexohaoge speaks of a wido-awake    Myrou    C.    Lingle; Constable, I To-moirowDlghta large partyofladira pie dealer. That's the trouble with most I Ellis Myers; Judge of Election, George I    assemble    at    R«    F pig    I___ ^    ^    ®    .*    •    I    Q»wetbK«m W&AS* Idd If* a man wants to go faster than another ahead of bim on the same road be bas a right to paaa. lf he is prevented by tbe other and an aocldeot should happen thereby, tbe mAO thus obstructing the road is responsible for tbe damage done. No roan bas a right to infringe on tbe rights of others, however, iu trying to pass. W. Tacker; Inspector, Lewis M. Smale. Second ward—Conocil, Adam Bigler; Alderman, Joseph Parsons; School Direc* tor, Samuel Z. Martin d years; George W. Webb I year; Asaeseor, Aogustas L. Her- H.\tr raising oovola ought to be j KJo°8^We, ^lo^rt Martin;^ Judge of popular with bald-headed men. Tucnf: is not necessarily anylbiog extra about an extra pair of pants. This Is ufficiaL Smith’s big* botel In Lockport, whets an old fashioned party will be held. Upwards of two hundred invitations have been tssned. (lf tCcxfiuoiml K«fonioD. A reunion of tbe 207tb Uegiroeht, I’eun-syI’*31110 Vulnntccrs will bu btJd at Wellsboro on tho Second day of April, 1890. Alt roorahers of tho regiment with their fam-lliue are rr«piostcd to attend. Captain James W. Fre<lcricbs of ibis city Is one of the general commiUoo, tho chairman of winch is IL L. Dcano, and tbe Secretary Henry C'. Cox, both of whom may bo ad-drosft’d at Wellsboro, Pa. TirttireclMi) beiut hn^ had lls day, The bu^ile came and went away; » Mi«l evpry stimmer’s Kure lo hee Suiue BiarllloK new tuwroolery. Aud so We wonder what next spring hi womco's f.*stiltin freaks Will brlog; Rut slurs we'v/u>rui< with what we’re bad, WuHlmli UCI fear ucat hummer'K fa4l. OetittDDla Orehaitra Tueeday    evening the 18th lost., a Election, J. Nelson Farnsworth; Inspector, Isoaial dance will be given lo flcott’e bazar William A. Sloan.    I ander tbe    anspioee of the Oemuaia Third ward—Council,    David    Moeser    11 Orchestra,    An evening of pleasant en- year; Alderman, John W. Harris; School | joy meat is guaranteed to all who attend. Dlreotor, G. Leidy Morlock; Jndge of Election, Henry Neeoer; Inspector, George I    KSWS and kotrs. It. nicker. «    -    ,    ..    u , » I A.II the conductors, 32 In number, em* Fourth ward-CouDcd, Samuel Fulton; J ployed by tbe People’s Street Car Com- Aldermao, A. K. Merrick; Asseoaor, Dan-1 pany in St. Joseph, Missouri, atrnck Mon-iel Freok; School Director, George T. l^Ti because of a peculiar grievance. Micb„is, ^osubi.^    : Judge of Election, Edward Crisl, loipeo-1 coffee pot. Tbe men were to present tbe Tiik croakers arc predicting a panic for I Joseph Paul.    |    muzzle of ibis cootrivapqe to the passen TMK m.an who contracts bad habits geiiorally begins Co expand thorn very soon. this year. Wbou the croaker iao't croak* ing bo is sitting in a corner envying eomo* Ixfdy who is happy and looks ahead to a br ght future. The croaker ought togo out aud fall inbi tho sower. Ha is getting os lireaomo aa tho weather prophet. An Ohio man bas been fined $30 for stealing an umbrella. Tliat'a ao Ohio “idee" that could Well be imitated in Punosylvonia, altboiigb PeDoeylvaola never imitatee Ohio but generally sets it a ger, who would drop slot. his nickle in tbe Kxodiu of CaDkdlaat. OTT.AWA, Feb. ll.-Mr. Charlton*amo-| OyaterveMls arriving at Norfolk, Fir* Hon for tbs appointment of n«>l.ct com J ^    'sa^n'MoSd! mittee to Inquire Into the exodus of native I ed with oysters started about tbe same boro Canadians and immigrants from I time from tbe Eastern Bbore for Norfolk, Canada U» the Vo'ited States came ap yea-sloop Josephine la tbe only one terdsy in tho non,, of Commons, sud wmi ^daL'Vtr    JtS'm.’Ts defeated by a majority of JI votes.    I    sloop Annie woe lost, and the other veasela Mr. Charlton made a brilliant speech. I were blown to sea an-J have not been good uxaoiplo. TbisVbiDg of a VsVbor-l Hoaaidtbeexoduiiwaa increaaiog    1 rowing your umbrolla and not returniog | year, and was very alarming. It has got to be stopped. What’a that? Tho man dldu’t Imrrow an umbrella? Stole It out of astore* Well, wbal'a tbe dif-foreucc? Th k mole lo Hi I srrhltects ]K»th urKStlilM wine ('oiiiiiiaud: HQ hulM your house upon the rooks Aud TUM ii]M>u (hexnno. nv r 111 htilldiuc tip a chararter, Wliloh simil wilhstaud all shock* Ofure.-ko build tijMiu your "sauil." Aud uot upoD your "rockK." Tuit unafiecie<1, natural girl carries off the prize this Neason, bcoauae abo Is a curiosity. Agitlust Ifutuorsl Paper*. Rev Father G.jrrulcy, of Reiuivu. preached a stTiMi ii at Iha^ p'Set* Dsi {-iiud.iy ; Wiioi.K tons («l other )>ei>plu’N muney AC agaiiiHt immor.d books aud papers elaimi'tl (hat. largo numborH of ironiorai, triiahy pa|>crfi wore purchased and road iu Ueouvo every week and urged bis hearers Mints for A de.al of (he eztiavagauce of (bo present beason. to battle Agaiost them. Special moeeiog of tbe Uniformed Hank K. of P. to-morrow night. There were i .    ^    ^    r    ,    .    ... nt ..resento«,2,2(».000Can«.i«. resid-1 lox IO tbe Uolted Suies* Lait year 27^. I aacee aod weut out od tbe raver* A OOOt^ple Ivft Ceoftds to settle lo tbe I si roog current dssbed tbe boots agsiosc SUtea. He wanted the Government to    barges    and    they    were    qpset. * ,    *    ^    .    J    _    I    oereo of the youlbs were drowoed* neoe^ explsin »b*t Ibis sDormons exodus, eom- „ .    Lindy,    sged    17;    Qeorir;    Usmr pared with Canada's amall population, son, IC; Willie Winiors, IC; Martin Per-was duo to. The Government, however, I Here, IS; Louis G. Fulda, IC; Alvye Fulda did not believe in Mr. Charlton’s flgure^    Koecpt,    13. Wilton Boby, sud on...Hor party vote tb.y defe.ted the figares.    |    on to one of the overturned boats. Ch.Ddl.f. Imml,T.iloD BHI.    I    . I' «    tho    obildrsn drowned near Riogaton, New York, on Washinc.ton, Feb. IL—Senator Chand* Sunday, were not al! of one family. There let baa prepared a bill to regolate immi-1 ^^re two sons of Slater, aged 17 and 14 grallOD IU lbs Lnitod flutes, which will    »*»"!,?    *“    *    grandobild    umed rn -J -    .    .    ,    .    .    {Terwilltger, aged 9 years, and a fonrth go for cooaideraiion to a special committee    gi,, ^30,^ on immigration, of which tbe author la I body of Mrs. Slater was recovered Sunday chairman. It is a voluminons and 09m*(°*fCkt. Great difficulty la experienced in prehensiTe messure. (md is iatended to in-    ‘bxli^.    ss    tho    ice    U con- .... I t-.i. tlnually giving away, being but in ioob olnds tbe best fentnree of tho v.rlone bilio thick in the slolnity of the whole through DOW pending in Congress on tbe subject I which tbe six persons disappennd. ;