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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania --a-    ^    -“    —    - • XT 4JS NINTH Y KA I!—NO. UMI. LOCK HAVEN, I* A.. TH I USHA V, .J I LY fi. I SRO. evening express ipjg QLD TICKET NOMINATED ......... KINSLOK Ii KOTH KIP* - - - Pl: Ii Ll NUE KS CURRENT COMMENT. i a ML-Hants Clinium© lo ariivt' liy the Tho wands TnK pension agent I* in blithe. spoils these days. •• Til; t»* art* coming m about Th*' boy aud tin- rev.liver winch was t** t loaded. Pattison aud Black Nailed by tho Demo 1 orals for Governor aud Lieut. Governor. I THE WALLACEITES GET BADLY LEFT Thf I IfRrhrM    K    rim keel oui on rho Finl Hon nil    hy the fx-Uo\«»rnor- « linum? I* nim k Od- teenful l'U«‘« on Hie Ticker him! \V. II IUn l/iy fur Nt vrr-tat> of I nh'i uni Altair*. - - ■    ■    -    ---—    i Many a young man has begun    the    jour- j Scranton, .Inly    Not Ii wit bat anding ney to failure in this life and    the next    by j the threat crowds of    Democrats that have the way of the c’nh room.    j    been filling The streets and lintels for a ..    ^    I    day    or two the Convention Hall was vety Kansas farmers have gone into sorghum j J ..... slow in filling up. I his perhaps was din) culture much more extensively tbit, year .    , . .    .    ... ,    ,    . .    11.1,.    to    the driving ram storm that broke over than last, the acreage being placed at Hi,-    * 700 acres against ♦'*,300 last year. Belter still, the product has b©eu contracted for i by the sugar and moi asana makcre at re-tunnel alive prices. Tm-, latest Democratic whine about tho Dependent Pension bill is characteristic. ll is to the effect that the operation of the ae: will tmd to put some tuouey in tho pocket* of }elision agents. This to Dem**- tho city early this morning anil k/pt up nutil attvi the hour set for the convention. The delegates, vcoi leers and lookers on re niained iii the hotels until neatly lh o'clock. Wheu State Chairman Kistler came into the hall tfie was not a dozen |*cop!e in the galleries aud less than half the delegates were in their seats. After IO o'clock the delegates began to come with a rush and both galleries filled rap- cratic minds, is reason enough fot denying idly rip. The sentiment was. as it has the old soldiers justice.    |    beeu    alt along strongly in favor of Pattison. I r is Mid-.h,t the p.nwth of throfium | To* W“l,ace me" »bsu'ljne'1 ,bl,;* li.bii is HOmelbmc remaikaidc in *omi. of Icbum l,f 185    f»r    their candid**- the large cities of this country. It is stated ?hat more than one hundred victims of opium smoking are now confined on Ward's Islaud, near New York oily, in various stages of insanity, the victims of the pernicious habit. and said the result depended on tho field. The Pattison men were couthleut they would win on the first ballot. The Wa! lace men would not concede this aud asserted that the field was stronger than Pattison. The Pattison men's bold move in naming Will am F ll army, the leader Nm HINO would render the McKinley J of their forces, for permanent chairman, tariff bill so popular as concerted Euro- was regarded as a clever stroke of policy. l>ean effort to prevent its its adaption. It The Wallace men decided to pit Judge would demonstrate that our European { Church, of Meadville, against M^Uarrity. friends find free trade in the l ulled States Mr. Church is a strong frict^of Mr. a matter of advantage to themselves, and Wallace’s, but I c is a Pattison delegate. it would afford the American people a tine    ire    contention    at    w<    bk. opportunity to resent impertinent aud un- It was IO .do o'clock when Chairman authorized interference.    j    Risner called the convention to order. Secretary Nead proceeded to call the loll of delegates, ai d it ran along smoothly Pro*. LINTNER, New York State Ento mologist, a dispatch from Albany sa>s, enough until Blair county was reached, bas made a rcie*creepie examination of J There in a contest in that conu’y. and the the it»-ect collections of a single electric J Pattison men were placed on ’he roll. P Hts of the Committee- on Vias.dun ms. Chairman ‘'linger then i**ad the plat-| fin rn. Th* plank attacking Senator <>uay e.reat- d groat enthusiasm, as did also the pianic appioving Drover Cleveland’* ad-minist* ati'Ui. NOMINA I ION* KOU lim SUSOR. I be platform was unanimously adopted, aud Chapman Hart it y then announced that nominations for Coventor were in » rder. .fudge Orvis, of Ceutro comity, tonk the platform and nominated William A. Wallace. William S. Stenger then arose to nominate Pattison. Thoro wore cries of “platform,” “plat fin rn.,’ Mr. Slender walked down the aisle amid tho cheers of the Pattison people. His very tir-t sentence awakened tho greatest out bu Isl of enthusiasm. Ile said: “I arise to nominate Kobe it E. Pattison.” The convention went w lid. ll uid-kcrchiefs anil hats wem waved by excited men in The galleiies, two delegates opened their umbrellas and waved them. Ex Senator Jacobs, of Juniata county, seconded tile nomination of Wallace. He said Wallace would cad to the polls 1-V »)'H) more votes than any other candidate w bo can he named, lie said if Wallace was taken as its standard hearer tho Democratic party should turn the tide of retrogression aud give to the Democrats of the state an organization such as she had not for yeais. Ile was presently interrupted by eheeis. Ile was followed by A. G. Dowalt, of Lehigh, who nominated Kobeit E. Wright. Dr. McCormick, of Lancaster, presented the name of William I . ll ousel, ami Senator Brown, of York, named Chauncey F. Black. Michael E. Kyat), of Philadelphia, seconded the nomination of Pattison in an ab:e speech, which Cleated gloat eiPhimiasm, Arthur Thatched of Philadelphia, scroll led Wallace. ut -- : i ok i iii: i:\i.i • ».. Nomination* thou closed aud Clubman Harrity ordered tho calling of the roll. Tile roll call w as followed by intense in> •great. lr became known l>©i\*re the result was aniirut.-ced by the chairman, that Fat* Don w is nominated, and there were ••heels by the Pattison m«*n. The t«-'f«*rn TRICE—TWO CENTS V I    WJIDJPV    DfPFTFF    TUP] HMA?    !    *1,e had ,,er way woman would have a I    mini!    IiIjuIjI    I    UirjjUifiAu.    | happy Jot iu life.    We expect to bear of Mias Dillon as a seoond Daly* Lpjkwood in tho future I    ~    *' The last oration of the day was that of Fred Ernest Spangler, who took as his topio “The Silent Orient.” This oration usual im in hers. Mr. II. E. Lougenccker I    THE THIRTEENTH    COMMENCEMENT.    I was aB ex0®Dent    one and fully sustained is president of the Junior Class and Miss I    J    the reputation    that Mr. Spangler Houghton, Secretary. Forty-four received I    I    has attained    in this city. His -urp ii. Id tin-Mott, rn n.iiry Mini! ii.- Inve-ir'd    from    the    l'rinoip.l,    tlieioby    |    T"«    ».    to.    CdwhI    TLI.    Morolur    |    delivery    wa.    easy    aud    improve. Wa hi Slnte oi’ ruliMSiHli'H l.<»ia*|v inrai la- observed and executed Kir-t. Ttrit ballo* reform I- ti **•©’—arv and J to Un* end «<* irCoinmi-iiR Hi" :i.|f’|0 eat *•• Mi*-h h -t« ni a> I5'- ' «-t:a-i*i\ I -I” it I.iv. Sivo'irj. 'I led uifd hi.no i*. jus-. v«nry In outer timt bo*ll pi«»dnor* and *'*.r.-ni»M*n« mo> be relieve*! from tee burden *U nun*.-o^ary taxation. Third. Thai Slate and brerd reform i* in e-Iii or«;cr til** the taxation for enmity, innnlelpal aud township innvms may • >*’ • ..liltaMi adjusted sud the un.us! di-eriTipiiH-!I.>n against thcJsnd nimbly. Eon rib. That the law n.piltmg I hat tl.e \ KsTKKII AY AT Tilt: NORMAL. forty-K«imi .Juniors Ailuiilled lo the .Seni<»r Chm- Thr .Alumni F.terrlses. Y< tterday was a busy day at the N-u-mal. At nim- o’clock oc’urred the Junior Class flay i-vorcises which consisted of the Tim Graduating Glass at the Normal School Complete? it Work With Credit- light, sod estimated tLat the di-biis wLieh Whet. tto-v wete lead Mr. I.indi-, one t * | were ire a while in »k:tig upthi-ii c>» tnt**, he^n^recttd i*ptghgn*g<l •» ■.,•■» >* ii sects. I the ci»nte>t.\i.t-, dciba'aied ;> he Lend. “The electric ligb», says he. l‘w,:l un-J |(e sai l the men whose names had been donbtcdly pr >ve an artive agent in the re- read were not the delegate* of B att . ductioo of insect pests, and si*»o furnish Chairman Kisue- instantly called hun to entomologist* wan many rare species order. never before Been.” Miss Lillian Blanchi: Fearing, the only lady in this year’s graduating class at the Coion College of Law in Chicago, iv entirely bliud. Her mother has been her constant companion duiiug her course, and read from the books to bet. It is no small honor, under the circumstances. *bdt ti (ss Fearing was ranked a* one of the four 8‘odents whose record wa* so nearly Then followed a scene of incitement. The gangues histed and yelled “Let him talk ”* The other contestants demanded “Fairplay” in loud ami angry v.-io-s. Chairman Kumei p-muded with his gavel. Ho finally obtained order and got the Blair man in his seat. Ile then said tim conte*-* from BU r county would go to the Committee on * 'rodenttai* where it be longed. After this otpbrevk the roll call ran sn) ><<ihly to the end, thcJg being only .....  m    rn    rn    rn    m    .. e«jual that the committee a\pointed to ,iCea*ioued outbursts of applause for nome award the scholarship prize of «*) decided | wei; knor. n    Thoro    ,crfl    *    lium to divide it among the four. The cia** ba<I more than fiifty. It i? curious that up to the piesent time so large, so important and it.liuetiiiai a body of men as the police department of ber of subs*iiut oui., and at the c!os< Chairman Kjsne: annouM-'ed the glee iou of a temporary cl tu rn in. mu • "VI jim rub \ r . lviiman. Mr. Kuhoe, cf >»t) I the c«‘n\t»ntion became jostle-* and gilled to the toilets to hurry up. Whco finally agreed the audience became anent and listened attentively. Wallace's vote was firiAt announced. When the I'attison v»*e was announced the e >nv.*ntion went crazy. The lust ballot as announced by Harrity as follows * Pattison .     .v.i Wallace- ... Wright..... 11 ••live: KLtek N<n v*‘tI s»« When the convention got Hied Khoutitig George McGowan. I’hiladcipbnt, move.! to make tho ii miiuatioii unaniin-* i>. I* was s* corded bv‘i.tlf a dozen men anil wont tlitongh like a bleeze. »>•:: mu rvNAN *    MIN"],. Then Chairman Hamty ai>u »nnc-d that the next thing in order was the nomination of a cat.di.late for Lieutenant Cover- I *•" I-* • • • • lo I the United States has h id no sjiecial organ I L^iey B. I orc or te:n| ot lry > haitman of it* own. Every trade, professmn and ' ,4D'1 1,0 WUh C'(,c'<l* ^di lamat on. occupation that can be meLHoned is rep reseotcd by various periiMlicals. hut tl)e I Id be referred to the Committee on first “Police Journal” has just made its j    "•*    without debate. ap|»earaDce. It comes from IWt-m. and proposoB to devote itself to the interests of the fraternity in general, discussing all important rueanuics affecting jKr'icemen. their doings anil welfare. The nomination of Robert E. Paitii»ou for Governor by the Democratic enliven non at .Scranton is a victory for William L. Scott and the Cleveland wing of the Democracy iu this State. The renewed declaration in favor of tat iff reform places the party in Pennsylvania in harmony with the Cleveland free trade tactics ami putt Pattison on a platform that pleases the free traders The Clevciaudilcs are iii the saddle and they intend to beep a Iii rn hold of the Democratic reius in tho old Keystone Slate, lo do this they had to administer another rebuke to William A. Wallace by defeating bim for the Gube:-natcnai nomination, and in such an emphatic maut cr as to leave no room lop doubt as to who cont tole tho machine. Mi. Pa ttison stands in a different po*.tion to day from that of IThen the Republican party aas dint! acted with internal dissensions, m* much so that an Independent Republican ticket was placed in the field against the regular t-ck*-t. Ii was due to th s fact that Pattison slipped into the Governor’s chair at Harrisburg, hut with a united party no Midi accident will occor this fall. We greet you, Ex-Governor Pattison, and expect to -ce you defeated by an old-fsshiot.rd lfi-| ublicati major i‘y. A Long Train. nor. Iti>*an*’v thoro wore erie* for J.u/.-m no, nom ma ted j    I nun every part of th.- hall. John -I. Maloney, Philadelphia, Mid thoro s<-outed to bo a desire tor tho It was thou decided that al! n sol ut'ohm I    k*r **f l^-L ami he nominated Cl.a'ineej F. iBack. Theie were several srcoi.ds and then Delegate Steel, of Le * i 'N! I.* >LI i.. JA it iso.N ft,' •1*1.1..    Idaecdthenamo    of    Robert K. Wright Mr. Sowdon m<>iul that a committee on t D«*f«•;e the convention. W. F. Collins I ermai.cn* organ:/..lion, credential,. Hm| j I '^’d the name of lUnn.hal K. Sloan, of resolution* bo appointed. This wa* agreed i Indiana, iii u^tuiuatum and thou tao nom- >ncd. Tho toil was immediately pio^-rcsflid Wright and ■ I wa*, o .t.:ro' e«l by V,' ir>U w,,fw <«A-‘*|ii«’i»tly ap; lauded. Hic billot resulted a*- follows: to. Tile appointment of the committee on j11dosed, ■•redetitlate was tit-' tai en up aud th*- “t'b’red ami as it com no* too Patvksoii J coj lo After the comm.Hot- bud biol. i I.allied i. a k WriKi ■ *h:., rn I • I lie in.rn.na’ioii wa* made urianiniotiH. Will,nm Ii. Barclay, of Piffttb rig, was then rn maraud t»y acelamation for Secretary of inter cat Affairs. A committee wan appoint! .to tiolify the candidates of THE AFTERNOON SESSION. Tin- la,oration CJ*-t« Down f«» ltu*tne«>* *»i«l N oui flint r* r«tt Ilion him! Mr. Samuel J. soph*, of Philadelphia, moved thai when the convonti ai a Ii ,nru cd it sh mid bo to meet at J o’c’ock This wiwi agreed t*». The com md tea on icso. Int ohs and ]>crnianeut orgui.i/.atioire wore then appointed ami the convention took a recess until 2 (/cock.    I ,hcir 11 ‘niinatem, and to watt upon tho • defeat*«: catididates and ask tliera to appear In-fioe tho ooiivi'iitioii. Governor Pattison mhiii arrived and was given an . ovation. I poll tho o oioIumou of Ins I    speech    Eokioy Ii, t’oxu made    a few re iixn'IoN, July 2.—\N    hen tin* «••»«.von    j    marks,    iii which he dcelarcd    that. any tion    lecouvened tho hap    wa* .'loaded to    *    Dt.niocrul who sulked at this time was uot Miff    ie. turn. ( hairtnan    ( "xo said I he    .    worthy    tho naiiio of Dem tic eat    and ought Committee on «hgani/. itiou would he the to be ,cad out of the party. He expressed fits’ report n omv.-d. William M.S ngeiiy. ill8 ,tirt,i, n,.0 lUl. ;i.„iny K( ]*atliMin to chairman of that oommit»ee, repined the    -j,u c..r.jt„K t.ujlte-it for t-ovon.or. name of \V n.ian h. Man tty as H;e uiiani After waiting about fifteen mmnt. s t'hair-nioti* t n rec for pennuneii’ o .ait man. The nian Shiomn (fig, of the (**»nimittoe to wait tem; .nary M-crefane* were continued, and ,Jtl ,|„. .tep.atcd eaodidatfs, t* turned and the Ii*' of v ei* presidentm were eb cted. ’ hll4j tIi*- .-ommittee had seen S.-nator Wal-When the report had been adopt«il U->-, Wr»glu and I fennel, and they tx. ('hail in it) (os,, appointed Ii. F. Meyers, pressed then regrets that they could lot Dauphin, at d Parson ('l.ii-eh, of ('raw. , a*’^'Mr'    —    .    -    .    _ fold, to tworl Pet mahout (’hail amu liar- 1    TMI.    rt.ATfOlOl    in    H'l.l,. tity to the platform. lUinty was given XU ■ 'Vat nm wk*: he apfVired on ‘lie pl it- Th*- lii-nun mile Mi-a of Kvforiii ll* Sr! I nrili form.    I    ,,F    (to-    Contraition. Chairman A floe, of tho onimittec on >• uaN’Ion, July 2. Following is tho Erie Mail traiu West this morning was j Credentials, then Mibm Heil h * ropait. pli’form adopt-d la'- this nftornoon by mads up of seven coaches, besides Hie which was u*!op’» u af'e: t Un • /.v *li.*-u-    the D<*moe: a* i^. >: »i • v «-t,i .on. hion, dill tug wh ch Mr. Greevy declared ’De* I•• n. >■-••:«. ..i    t    \    iti.-ir that he was no Mugwump.    The chan re-    Iu, mHi«* <    oi.veoiton    ..— in ...    ,    ,    ,,, .    .    Id«.t. rein w.i g 'loll f.inorr    Ii «*|U,.»    '    fl>n *Hy fused to recognize Dmdy,    of    Blair, aud ll(, ,l4.v<l||l.,4 u, Ihf4 „M.IX4r|tf|1,v,(j|(. |iMl. was accused of applying    the    gag law. I    pie ami state. -I.. «t. ,- u?ual Dumtier of baggage, mail and express cars. Most of the coaches were filled with pasaeagera who were taking advantage of the holiday excursion rate*. Filii*. We Invite com pin son .a the oouritg*, fidelity siul Integrity or tim u*loitoi*traHon or Grover OvolHlid with tho ilnp'a'tly, van I billon ami corrupt snmitnolnur* of Hie pnwent fe.l. iHl iulminiHlratiuu. t«l\th. Tile si tones of M. v. i-urj- m.dor ii**-ohsrgoB widen have been mn,Ie against nim through the public pres* din univ he Interprets! as a enufvHKhm of h.s gulii. ami !»:* u--tont Ion of a seat In tho I uiltsl Slat,-* Senate. ai. J,-te nsing to .U-mai.d n loga: invo*Mgal.ou of these Chariton, is * national "caudal. Wo a,-rcpt the issue of Quaytsm a* now tendered ny th. Republican s'aie Committee and « on Ten! ton. Seventh. We arraign the Kopiiofiean party for its usurpation of power In the administration of the federal government for placing in iii.- House a speaker who in,.* been enabled by thou, to Income a dictator and to usurp Hie power of legislating for tie represent ai I yes «»• the w ti ole p> ip;e. fur lie op, ii ,t:*r* yard of tile provision of tiieotvil service >tt.\ wnieh the I*rc-*tder.l of ire cholee was solemnly pledged to-upjoit; Mr ll* cortseh-H* i rt.n i* lo promote s,v: Ion si *t rue and «li-luib lire onsJms* ;rait-jiiKHy of the ca:utry: for It- lax .ah aud rookies* expenditure* of the public nfvii'-y. f *r j** p.,.*--ige throng*! Hie Ho.is,-of Keptovutativ,-" •i;h ne.,! iii,, wlr.eii lu.-re-,*,n iii,- tux,.* on Mere**:,, ie*. r> dii*v* univ thoei* tm J up*ui (uxiirh-.am! la -mated to promote ami roster trusts; for Its fa*.ure to enforce th* oms neaten-! tin- Importation «*! root rn,M and pauper laborers for iU> attempt* t«> pass « I', derat «'■•'••• to a taw -les-Une J oxc.le a race \rn>: tor it* ,ti*o:iniii..,:io:i and ^isoition against the agr!,-ii.Tara; inte-i, **s ut. lo!, has nr.-u!.> red u ted !ii>- va!-.•« of fir-, .a::*1 Mr’.;* in I.der* ne t** J!>.; i j .tuts of im’*• it, :•* di-fe.ii or I .ie labor nj :* iii tin ia*t Lee's..it are. and frtijurc to eiif rec Articles I*, amt i“ of the con-st lfuMon by pro; or :< ginlutlou. hight ii. V.VnympAih./e with 'he re stiv-s amt friends of tile victims of the appalling di*aster a’ the HL I f arm twine, ami demand • •• 'Le , a:-a1ure J:.- prom; • • -nu *’*;eni a l-ljiuinn! nmascres ;->r t’..- mo*: < ft; • ••«; plot,--: .iii of the live* oI the ruiner*. Nintn. NA e .*on.im od fnvoral*.y :•* th- eon--id, jar.."i or oiirN-iiatursajfl Rep-, sentativ. s III Cong’-, ss *1,.. cia.">s af ti-. •-'./• us of o,;-. in.ri.- • t.*>-*'-r'«•**,•* *-i-:a.tost during • s., Ii. -a: .ag w-t.i pi.dxtio g. p.x-L r. "a-.ng .a th.* ta:. <-iv    * | resent MIC. *.*.*. aiel lo 'Kill* for VV .od tel J s s'.«.jy trinn.pri t '.roiig* *»U1 th* ro-in’rv, we eon ti- •leu*, j ,;.pea: bi the lid e'kiger. .'tin- pt-op.e iii lViaiM’ivnT., i for their a -’iv >• and > utiius'.a-tn- si.j.j ort ••: ti.« pointe r* rorm- Jrd.sdaj m.-m-r.ln-d upon t ne Ntandaid of a dnuti-l, pro-gi,*«]v-eaa I R^gres-iva ibiinnni. v . W. v*. - . t.N’.KK, K..I N IV k.N* Ii IM.. t in,milan,    .s.    ,•*■«•»,,r\ VV. K. Harrity the Nn» (hailman. S b.vN :«*N. July —The State Committee at a tmcung tin* evening accepted the resignation of Chairman Kistler aud elect© I William I’. Harrity, of IMula-lolphia, Iris s.ice* ss,,i. Mi. Harrity had ta* >’pj aint mr. Ile vs a* ! >atfi*.* Iv take tho place ami rate! ho ni'gh' re*;gu within two weekx. • -KcmeiitlM-rinc 'be I nlortuiiate. (.'*»utn*ilinati Hxbeiafioli till.* nn»:ndig gave an ut dei to one of the  .......... of tins cny fin a Mipptv of goo*! Things which w ill be pet vc,I to inmates of the oily pool house ,i*    111•_*:r dim.el t, -niortow. flic article-* ordeied were stt-.h as arc ti it on tl»o regular bd1 of fate at that iiistituti* ti, and Un? lux lints which tho utifot tunate .mu at cs of tl.e pco.- house will eat to-morrow wilt Lot coat ti v taxpayers anything, a* Die kindhearted Councilman paid the bill out of his own private pocket b-ok. — • • • — **-SlMH*k«<1 on h Hoof. Charles boons, of Williamsport, went upon the i oof of » bufidin.* jilter.lay to close a sky-fight. Af:-: inching tho roof lie grasped two telephone wires and instantly r,, wived a revere electi ic fetlock, wlitc.1i knock od him insensible. Ho soon rec*iv cled aiel it was aliet w.od* found that tho telephone wires find become crossed with cie,'inc fight wir,» s imp- where on the b.itlding. • • - EikCiHirMfciiiK Slid c-i*. The chan Jiiati of (ho ). M. C. A. commute© mi reorganization called hts e .iii hi.ttco togi'lhct last ii'ght t • hear their reports, ‘hie hundred ami thirty eight names .nu now enrolled as tnrmbeis of tho association, and a Dumber ut pm sons who were hol c-itirg munibeiship are yet to hear finn). It is c«*nfidi utly exp*-etnl vha! within tho next (en days the rnj-tired two hundred member* will he cimfih-d. M • • • No l*ii|t*r To mono^\4 J a oilier that tho employes *,f this office may have an opportunity of e.ch-hrating In lepetnleiiee Day, then- w ill be no pipet issued from (hint Hive to moi low. The Kxpkk-sS, will, however, make its appearance on Sal ii; day a* umj.iI. Admitt: «g them to tho Si iii*»r (’lass. 'The address of the President was good as also wert) tho oi atimy recitation and prophecy, especially. The address of Mr. Hess, President of tho Senior Class, on receiving Attract » Large Au,lienee at the Chalet I ha VO had the pleasure of listening to him a Full Report of the ErocoeiiiDgs. Which I before, but tievor in a better production Were of a Very Interesting Character— J than this. Encouraging Success.    Music,    “Meranga,”    by tho band was In spite of the inclemency of the woath- *e!l rendered, the picture of the class ef I SOO, from the I er a largo and intell gent audience assent-1 After this the seniors mar ohed npon the Junior Class was especially approbate aud bled in the Normal chapel this morning to J stage and received their diploma*, wrcll deli vol cd.    witness the graduating exercises of the I Dr. Eldon then made a most impressive We congratulate tho Juniors on the.i J class of’'JO.    I address to them and afterwards reviewed promotion aud bop© they will all    come    The program mo    wan    opened with a se-    the work of the year. Thirty Seniors have back and put in a whole year ut    solid,    lection by the Axe    Makers’band    of Mill    graduated, 44 Juniors have been- pro filer, faithful work. This is what counts. J Hall, followed by prayer by the Rev. Dr. I rooted, 23 received the degree of M. E., Yesterday the beautiful electrolier for Nesbitt. Tho band then rendered another J on© that of M.S. and 3 havri bee® prelim centre of the chapel arrived and elec- piee‘», entitled, “Fleasaut Dreams.” I pared for college, triciau Kelly assisted by half n do/.c-u oth- J While this selection was being played a J Tho exercise* closed with tho dotology, era put it together and suspended it from I part of the graduating class left their I benediction by Dr. Nesbitt. It may be the ceiling.    I {duces iii the audience aud took scats upon I said in conclusion that thfs was one WTthe Friends and alumni arrived on    uveiy I    the stage.    J    most successful Commencerrfonta the traiu and the now Normal fairly    hums I    An oration by Myers    Worman    Horner, I    sobool has ever had. Congratnlatlotwand with interest aud enthusiasm.    entitled, “An Idea,” was theo announced. | best wishes to tho olaas of’1890!' ■rill: \ Ll WM KXI n< ISL*.    I    The gentleman’s handling of bis subject.    A    Break    ie    the    Ba#errotr Las* night the Alumni exercises were U a* excellent. Ile spoke of tbo power off This forenoon a break "ocpurred. in the held rn tho chapel in the presence of a an idea in civili/.iog mon, in promoting I ,ower reservoir at the water works, nod it good isized aud appreciative audience, education, and furthering inventions. He I became necessary to draw tho water'ilf in Tim exeieisea were excellent throughout, compared the development of an idea into 0rder tQ preveur the whole embankment indeed, wo do not know when wo ever a reality, to tbo growth of an acorn into from Mng waghed ont# w^er from the bete tied to belter. The audience encored an oak. His thoughts were deep aud well I atream is uoWing into thi pipeg,'whioh ao-almn.it rveiy number. Frof. Keimer I stated.aud his delivery tiuent and pleasing. I counU for tll0 muddy and filthy appear-played with Sine feeling aud artistic skill Miss rfarab F. McDonnell followed bim I pearaDC0 of the water ^ drawn from the “Robe11 Le Diablo.” upon the elegant iu a recitation, entitled, “The Midnight I bydrant8 amJ gpigota |n ^ city.'to-day. Mallet *V Davis ; iano. Iii rcs{M>nse to an Mat*.” The selection was of au unusual I A pjpe tbat ruufl iatQ tho upper' wi|{ encore be played a piano solo for the left kind, which made it all the more interest-1 ^ UKt,d for f,iling tho mains aa aooa as it hiud alone an<J the audience would gladly lug. Tho ren.leimg of it was easy aud I ^ be fouu^ ^ it lf n(?w .buried . under have beard another solo from such a skill- showed no embarrassment upon tbo part I 80verai foet 0f 8aD(j an(j mad.^2i aoop aa Tai pjaniht.    I    of the speaker.    I    tijat j8 f0UUt{ and t,be water comtpemjea tit The hinging of Met*;a. Spangler and    Miss Mary E.    McCormick then favored I    tbrougj, it Superintandint Keller U ham ber* anil Misses I bUou A Allahach    tho audience with a very    beautiful P*RU0 J    says    we    will have pure water again^ afforded great pleasure to all. They were solo, entitled, “Rondo Capriciosco.” Her I     'J.    ' calic*! back after every perforrnan'te. The playing needs no comment, os her rcputa-1    A    nooarved audietiue-n*ihte«l that the “Fr.debsor at J lion Oh a pianist is well known in nod J The Renovo Nev* (Dam) of- Jnly 2d Home” he repeated from tile In'gitming. J alout Lock Haven.    I    compliment to Deputy lihariff A. Thu recitation i*f Mi-s MeK"Wii, the or.a-I During tho rendition of this piece the I ^*^00e. 006 °f Republican eandi-tii»n of Mi. Kei-s, tl.e essay of Mum Cot tirst seotioii of tho class left th© stage and I f9T ^bsrlff; ton—-in fact, *. * the merobe:*, muaical and I the feecou«l heetton came on.    I    tho    pvesoat deputy litoi.ity wtsv • .f i mu \ huh •»id«*r of merit I The nr-xr r.inuWr was an «*rati<*n by I    has    anuouncod    himself as    a candi- aud n licet great credit upon each perfm rn    J    David Emmett    Murray    ou the subject J    ^ate    ^or    *beriff subject to the KepiHi?4cau or .and upon ti:** Alumni Association.    J    “Eveiy Man is    Great.”    His oration con- Three cheers tor the Alumni Association tamed many excellent thoughts, and muoh I *rc*uoua duties as deputy wittosbttttjr and of tho ('clitia! Mate Nurinal school aud good advice for young people, ilia deliv- * l^e P®1"^ coaid not ouofer ti» benorof a three more for I’icsidcut Kelley. - • * Normal School Fat-titty Eliclstl. Tho Mi,ming Faculty was elected at the meefing of the Boaid of Trustees he’d this in urn lug at the Nounal School Building- Janu s E'don, A. M., Rh. D., Friucipal and I’r*»fes»*»r of Mental and M *ra! I'hiloso I** y* Wallace I*. D ck. A. M, Vice i’riucipal and iVotcssoi *ff History, l’sycology and I’t dagocy. • *. W. Kitclicil, A. M., Professor of Mathematics. eiy was very good. Au essay, “The Empire of Fashion nomination on a worthier gentian am. To-Night in th© City. was next read by Miss 8arah Meria Ruddy. I This evening the Rite bind Wit! t arrive Tins was a composition of nnusual merit, I in the city, aod to-morrow wilt go* to Wil- aud tho young lady read it in such a way I liamsport with fTand-in-Hatid Hoie Com- I    *«• as lo be distinctly heard iu all parts of tbo I pany. room,    I    At midnight the Renovo Camp, P. O. 8. Music, (juarU-tte, “Twilight Bells” by I of A., 130 strong, accompanied by the In-Mirecs Allabach aud Dillon aud Messrs. I dependent band of tbat place, wilj arrive Spangler and Chambers was well sung I in town. They wffl leave the train at the and loudly applauded. It was one of the I Clinton Avenue Station, and at 4:40. to-sweetest tilings we have ever heard.    I    morrow morning will, with the Camps The third section of the class having | from this city, leave for Tyrone. taken their places on the stage, Miss L. A. Beardsley, A. M., Professor of Greek, Uurei K* 1)o*e* recitcd in a very oharm English Literature and Grammar. \. D. Meioy, A. M , Profes-or of Natural Le ie nee an.I Latiu. Miss Maggie McCbmkey, Supt. of Model School. Then. Ibunur, Prof. of Vocal aud Instillment al Mihic. Mi*s Annie M. Snyder, Teacher of Painting, etc. Mrs, W. P. D.ek. Pr,*cep-1ess am Assistant Teacher. Tit© following resdutiou wa.* adopted and ordered published in tho papers: Aai"Vic/, That iii future during Com-itte-ncenient we, k and a* all other times at) charge shall Ii.* til ide for a*Imission to any of th*’ exeietsi'h of the school unless public notice thr*mgh th** paper.* be previously given, together w :tIt the charges«»f admisK-loii thereto, alai fuuhei, that n** charge be made tor adnnsMoii to the ex,icise.* on Connneneemeut Da). mg manner, “St. George and the Dra- lm proving ta* St nm ta. -. Street (JamruiMionar Gumaiinga has been at work in the First ward with bis goon. - Tho thrilling parts of the piece men for B6verai days making improve- were brought out very vividly. Miss J ments on the streets in that portion'd-the Downs i* a rccitatlonist of high order.    I City. The road making maohioo was twed Mr. Harry (‘beston Kepoor’s handling    wilb good effect oi the muddy streets    of of his subject, “Tho New South,”    was    the ward, and the opening of    the gutters vety skillful. Mr. Kepncr rn one of    the    I Wj|i permit the water to find    its way    to youngest members of the class, and    cor-    I the sewers. tainly acquitted himself in a very credi-1     •••-- ..    I    Brtlloon Ascension. .iMnner.    I    To    morrow afternoon »t .boat 3 o'o*ock Tl.c duetto, “On J- TUee, by M.u O.l- photogr,pher F|orj wil, ,ewi ap , hpt on anti Mr. Spangler wa. one of the finest ajr billoon 16 fMt ,n clr0OBtoTOOe. Kor features of the whole program TUemu.io re,urn 0, tb, b„Ioon ,ha mm^f w -0 md word. are beauti, aud Mtss l.tllon a | in cl>h wj|| ^ -d if jt „ ^ ^ bddly When the l*lo« U Striker Nills*. Every evening crowds of mon and boys congregate on th*' river lunk awaiting tho hour at whtMt they can go in .swimming aud not violate a city *>;dinuiice. When tho chalk st'iken nim) a id tinge is mad© I clear soprano aud Mr. Spangler’s flu© tenor filii the piece full justice. Tim first ;n>rformance of the next section wa* an essay ou “New Paths,” by Miss L /./.ie Georgine Taylor. She is a very pleasing composer, aa well as a tluout reader. Her essay was highly appreciated. toro, and th© finder will a leo be entitled to $’> worth of photographs. The Me Mi on will be made from the top of the Kreamer building. -  rn ■» , . , , . Renovo Winn Arain. The L^ck Haven dab started yesterday MIW Lulu Allabach next eau* a pretty I moroine oo a ba»o bait tour of a wee* or • .1", entitled “Opcu Thy Lattice." lier mor< and P,a're'1 th* firat Kane WtlVtrip voice ie sweet ami clear andalwayecom P”'be aferooon at Renovo. Tbe game is mauds au interested attention.    8aid t0 haTe beCD tb« Prettiest one Of tho "Our Opportunities" was the subject of 8ea80° aud r08aitcd ,n a victory of« to 3   an oration delivered by Mr. Edward Weld- in ]*■"* ot Ren0'° afU,r » c'°" «? «** |nd with a loud hurrah the crowds take to j enhancer. Iu our mind this was I Ut oration Clt,l>* CODt*fl ..._ the water, when* tW nearly an hour they of lhe **7- H abounded in good thoughts    Notice    to    tb©    Politic. et.j .y themselves in the c» *I waters of the au'1 historic references, and was made I The pMtoffioe tomorrow will ba open ■ii -({Urbanna III .III)! A Willi »iu*pot‘ p»|et stkite*.-* that there predated by the audience. are now ill y pmotiefi* eontlne.l iu th© coufity jail in tli;»t city. D is •j iito likely that by t *-tn<niow evening th.'}- will number one huiidtcd. tloubly effective by the elmjucnco of the ^rom to 10:30 a.m. and from 5 to d p. > peak cr. The applause which followed    I ra-    ^ he carriers will deliver from 5 to fi p. its delivery showed how well    it wa© ap-    I m-    (he windows. His gestures J Tho telephone exchange and the W«at-wcre pat ticularly appropriate.    I    cm    L mou Telepraph    office* will be    open Miss Kila (’.Smith's essay on    “Slavery”    | f,ora s 10 a- ra-    from 4 to bp.    rn. was uiiotlier tine production. Sh© begau rte itll* at Kiirt»«(|.iiHp 'I (Mtffiii’W the KmgliN nl I.allot at Fat-tandfevdle, will hold a pionic in the glove at that place, to which lh** public is in still! flown fk.r u Week This evening the Luck Haven Furniture with a duseuMton of slavery in general 11oui the eathe>l ages, then ended with a tiea'nieut of slavery in a figurative sense, referring in turn to th© slave of fashion. ■ ...o i .vuii'f, •••*.       •      a    | leierniig iu iuiii iu iu© stave oi lasuiuii, Factory will shut down for a week. This hiavc of society, slave of avarice, slave of is done in otdet to give the factory em- iutempetauce, Ac. lier CKsny showed pl..yes their usual midsunimei vacation. 1 much deep thought. *#*    |    Duetto,    “Happy    Swallows,”    was sung in To    Mtinmrnl.    »    .    -    .    x    .tl    ... .    .    t ..    -    ,    » very onUrtaininK "ay by Musses iVlla- Aiii>vher large hhij im-jit nf leaf tobacco,    ii*n    T,    .    .    . ...    .    .    .    .    bach ami I hlloin Their voices barn)onize vile*!. Tl»**ie will be danemgg and warm ,s b« 'nk' In!l,u‘ lo <,aV *’>' an »•»«*•’*« buyer.    ^ inca!* wiil be eeivcd on the gr i.nds    j    Tho    bd*;    v    . if- principally Irem Woodwaid .    ^ tow in hip. Clear Makars’ Rail To-XlgbW Th© fifth annual ball of ck* Cigar Makers* Union No. 103 will be MM in the Armory of Company H thin evening. Music by the Germania Orchestra and a good lime is promised to all who participate. Tickets 50 cents. Mfg- MUs Hogan’* I tin©r»L Tim liincra! of Miss Malign Hogan will take {.lac© at R»ijov.» to moi row mot uing J at V o'c'oek. men, Mi-. Ago*.* lien- left this tmnnmg to ^ unuauaUy interesting one. Another Railroad. A charter wa© granted at the state department on Tuesday, July 1st, to Ferney Mountain railroad company, lo Clinton al iou, “Tile Education of Wo [aud Looming counties. The new road by Miss Challo te Dillon was au j w,u U teo mil®# *® UogUi, Capital Miss Dillon ‘ J    ^    °    J      -    •       •.©% .spend two week h* vacation among friends seems to know what women ne^d, and. The store of Loder, Duncan jijifpidley in central and h*.uiheiii New York.    1    can    express    her    thouglits    ou    tho    subject,    will    be    dosed    all    day    tomorrow,    JsVy    4th. ;