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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NI NTH YE YU—N(>. i)7. .LOCK HAVEN, I*A.. MONDAY. .JI NE 2'. I. ISHO. l’lUCE—TWO CENTS evening express DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. (KlNS:-OK imtlTHKKS - - - rUHI.ISllEUS .    --- CURRENT COMMENT. Tiivui: is too much wiver liuiug i>» tho j D-M'Ji Deal ilk; Storm Swoop.'- a Portion of Illinois, I .-.loud*- at \\ aehington. ,jrnts Yi^irrim. ml- A K-.c!». f. r | BODIES CARRIED AWAY BY TLOOD. fifty three years ami sho will probably live to do ■•‘O for several years yet. It Ii ah takeu tt.e friends '“I Horace Greeley eight yeais to raise eU,"<M‘ Ii'" slat ne. It took one hundred years to binh! the Washington monument. There is hope tor Gen. Grant yet. |>S1 V OOO bwk out of 40,UUUio the rub. j cycltwe aud cloud buist occ.trrc.l about lie bbl ary or lWou (ails to be tcturuod. 11 vu ™*'“ "«nl* cf Ibis city shortly after I From *hicb it m.gln be lufuri-ed that it is o’clock Friday afteruoou. ,Tbo .term not the reacting i.oitiou or the Hub which came from the southwest, (rom the vlcuu-pays ? 0 (XKI (or the sole of a Massacbu I ■>’ '■•( tfubleiu-, aud had appareutly spent A School H«»u»«- Di iiiiiliutii'il Like mu KK£ [ Shell A I’m Ur lC«|M»rt of the Loss of l.tfr Mi I’Hivjoiti -DrvitbUlloii uml I.lves l.o-t *ti the Southern INtrt of l.on C«mutj . I IU nota. Earlville, Iii., June 22.—A terrible setts legislator. A yf-^el loaded with ice arrived at New York a few days ago from Norway at a coet of ir> a ton. Sweden is one of the countries in which the ice crop never fails, and it is possible to ship it hither a* cheaply as from Maine. its fury wboti it re ae I led tho vicinity of the FitM school house, auew building stand-mg at iLu southwest of Four Corners. At tbri Don* a black cloud, driven from the no:ILweat, swept up and gave tho storm rem-wi*.I energy. In ;i second the whirling tempest had >tluck the Lulu school house and torn it to pieces. At the time thoro were bul eight persons in the school room. WI BASK BALL BECO KO. The Three Organizations mu! Their Standing to Dft-e. Columbus—t First game) St. Louis 0, Columbus A. (Second game) Columbus 7. St. Louis I. Toledo—'Toledo 2, Louisville 3. Rochester—Brooklyn I-J, Rochester 7. Gloucester—Athletic S, Syracuse JI. Mantling of the Clubs. NATIONAL LEMU R. Won.    Won.    Lnsl. f Tiiciutmti......-!»    JI    JlO'lon............-j    -» Brooklyn.......L    ’New York.......-I ),)itlsdelphia...cH    Clfv^luntt J’*    :t» i Tiies^o  "I    VI    Pin •mure.........VI    nj PLAT ERA' J.EM.I 12. ! Won. l<n*t. Poston ...........ii,!    IT )ti«H>kjyn Cl pnii>ttlc]]>iii»...vs VI ntubu-t; vi ii Won. I yowl. New York........VI    VI i'(lienee..........V'    VI ('IfVflaud........I "i Buffi.lt>.............J"* IM A not UBR purchase of ffW.OdO acres of tine farming lands ha* been made by the I and as t*30 stun ii was heaid coming government from the Pottawatomie In-1 they attempted to lush outside to seek diane. Enough was reserved by them t>* J safety in the open air. It was too late give ©very one a HF* acre farm, more '.ban enough to support them if they care to work to earn a living. The Democratic campana in Arkansas starts off at a right lively pace. A pruui-neot Republican, who is a merchant in Rupseiv.lle, a small town of that Slate. has already received a command to wind up bis affair* and leave at once, ut der penalty of disastrous consequences to h im self._______ T«> what extent club life has attained in the Toited States may be .seen by taking the city of New York as an example. Thoro are in that great modern ll abe! 2uS clubs ct various kinds. Most of them arc purely .-.ocia!; others are devoted to pol; tics. religion and literature, with more or 10scapci,tll0 4„llir i0 tIloc „,ve lhoIr less of th© social feature combined with howvv<*:-, Th the death de.diug tempest was iip>»n t*u*ni, and not *>ne ©scaped to It*'! lire t.-ii tai expel iencn of that mo men:. The teacher, Mi>* Maggie McBride, ai ! her seven pupils were instantly killed. The names ol the latter are: Jeu-n»- Mverkiik, Edna Hun?, Jenuie, Hadley. Minnie B-r.-y. Aggie Rudolph, Tetia Pi entice an I Cai ne "White. Peter Beams, an obi peddler, who was <1: iring by tho school Uoilso at the time, was also caught up by the storm ami his b.'dv dejH»s‘.n'd in a hedge fence s.un© distance away His bors- aud wag iii have n rf been found y.-t. Toe residence "I Newton Wood, in the same virility, was als) caught up and torii to fragments, but the occuptuta had them. In Belfast. Ireland, the tariff bdl is af ready having its effect on tho linen ira ie Price© have gone down aud few orders are coning :u. There is a universal disposition to rush as many linen goods to this    I place    where    th©    building    fell to pieces, country as pwsiblo before the proposed    | but    iii    attempting    to    cross a swollen lives. Ro* UK* • U'iUIT IS A MU KAM. J .ic-a1 • Rudolph, who was Lr it <»u the ■ •: *e, <i*> tl n ssKon*    •*-.m-.;M    ara? lifted *'ii I f-••* or 1*1.-ti! ill (he ait aiel then fan in pie*-, s. Ii** then star'.* I for the law becomes operative. The McKinley biri means more business here at home and less importations from foreign countries. ___________ The professed aim of every treat which bas so tar been formed bas been to cheapen th© commodity it deals in; but the experience of all consumers tends rather in the other direction. That combinations and large aggregations of capital really enaule meatoproduoe mercbandi/.e more cheaply admits of no doubt, but at the same time that fact doea not prevent those mea from stream was carried down, only saving himself by e itching an overhanging branch of a willow tree some distance below. While ye* in the water tho bodies of Miss McBride and one little girl (Lated out to him and bo’h wore takeu out together, horribly rout dated and hlr:pjM*d of all their clothing. The other bodies were found in the immediate vicinity. The body of Carrie White, being ‘ho last tube recovered, was found under a bridge half a mile he low. IHE ‘TIII OK TUE “Ti‘IIM. obtaining the top-notch price for their I The storm here swept the ground clear wares. Trusts can cheapen goods, but J of everything. Huge trees were torn up they don't.____ I    by the roots* fences were swept oat of ex- The rivalry between tho twin cities of I bd once, orchards »bliti?r:.ted, aud cvcry-Minnescta has broken out anew over the I thing in the path .if the tempest destroy. cereus. Minneapolis bas been making J cd. Tho width of th© storm was about superhuman efforts to increase her popu- I tilirfy rode. I/caving the school house, lation and outstrip {>t. Paul. The people the storm swept onward in a direction slot St. Paul suspected chicanery, aud now I most straight north, destroying everything claim that 25,000 fraudulent names have! in its pa* Ii. <‘ccasionaWy it lifted, but the been added :o the Minneapolis enume a-1 whole country from near Earlville to tioa. They have caused the arrest of I Pawpaw, lr Lee county, is marked by ©even enumerators, who ar© charged w tb ruin. At least fifty farm houH'sand other these Laude, aud aeseit that they have I buddings were wrecked, and eight more pris ms killed. All buildings, fences, orchards ADd ©rep* were reined. and the damage done was very great, liven the torests were unable to resist the terrible fbi ce of the wind, and huge trees wen tom up holily or broken down as if they had been but read©. FAI.«E KCI OUT OK I .OS.*? OK J JKK. The rumor that Pawpaw was com pie tidy ilemnlisl.ed aud seventeen people animate*!. Let the best men seeking tho I killed is false, no injury bein* dom# to various positions be nominated and with J j*crsoti or property thoro. The storm a strong ticket in th© beld the Republicans camo from tho southwest, striking near will have a gx>d chance of winning the Sublette and doing considerable injury, fight ne*: November.    passing just south of Pawpaw, where it The fact that a Frisian lirm of ir >n n*e .bo'ro the jtroiiwl an I .lid do further maker. ha. underbid all our homo nnnu-1    lbe    uf    lUe RUnm wa“ a'>0"t plenty of evidence to convict them. C hairman Malone to-day issue* bls ©all for the Republican Comity Convention for Tuesday afternoon, September O h. The delegate elections will be held ou Saturday, Sipt. Gila. Now that. tho time ba* been fixed for bolding the couvcntiui the Republican candidates will no doubt become <jaite numerous ami the contest for the carious nominations become more facturers for the contract to supply the - • - LATE RENOVO LOCALS. forty rods wide aud several miles long, iuaoiu'ra: iron'oVdH for tho n.Tcn'ri |Tbo    '»    *“ Rouse at Minneapolis, has come upon the Iron men of this country with something of a ger- line surprise. Just how this far J    Renovo,    Pa.,    June    -*•!,    lSUO. aivay firm can underbid our home rnaoi- I Rev, J- Ll. Cook and C>corgo Copeland factnrcrs by S5 I>cr cent, iu spite of fie 0,1 K*r,° n,til bist night for Danville. duty levied at the Custom ILmse, is a Born, June ‘LM, IN»0, to Mr. nod Mrs. mystery. Evan tho cheap labor of Belgium I Gates, a daughter, fails to explain tho low prico. Tho abso- r,,e funeral of tho L.ur tnnnlliH old son lute oeceusity for protective duties be- ‘>f Mr- and Mrs. M. Doyle took pUeo on comes more and more apparent every day. Saturday afternoon; Interment at the Dru With this barrier remove*!, our native in- I r-v’M K’ju ccinelery. dus*:ries woald so>n by brought to a stand SHP. ______... . . Cot Whf»t on -Iud© in Hnr-.^bt -e TelJoj.TMp*i. A sina i ba:ch of win a* wa* cut <>u t ie Humme. est-ate farm across the river in Cuniber.'and county yesterday. This is the earliest wheat that bas beeu cut in this vicinity fsr some yoars iu our recollection. The scaffolding gave way with John M. li-iHitigsworiIi while engaged in j>.xinting on** ■»( th© laiirOuO o-*mpaiiy hmiso© on (I.** Ni*:i!i    an i im {*. ii sut>n- lg feet a* n-.-s a iicsrie, broaksng *»?i' jill aud oth-©rwi.vj iiJjii; ng himsvlf. Ms. IL sc onus to be. unfotunate. lie had boon off for seven weeks with a broken wrist aud had ouly been to work two weeks when this accident befell him. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. Lose-    Won.    lawt. Athrill'...........ll    l*i    St. Lull©.........."I    -*'? K«M*])osivr I1* Toledo............-•--t W l.oiiiKvillH........i'i.    I'J    syr;u*n©e..........Is Ci>!«mPU!»........2:>    'JU    Urooaiyu.........I*    "J — • • # • — KfKolQlltoiM of Rriipcr I. At a regular moetiug of tho Young People’s Alliance, of Trinity M. E. Church, the following resolutions of respect were adopted. AV,"-'- '.u, That Brother Edward T. Laird bail endeared Uimsolf to all who knew him, by his genial aud kind disposition. That in his death each member mourns the loss of a friend. lien.tlrtit, That during his lifts among us he had entrenched himself in the hearts • if this society, ami the food remembrance in widcli he is held by all will form the silver liuiug to the dark cloud that hang* over us. lie* -I That we decjdy realize the shortness and uncertaiuty' of life, and would learn afresh the lesson that we like ii im should so live that we may not be aft aid to din. fit.That recognizing tho depths of sorrow in which bis family are plunged, we extend to t hem our heartfelt sympathy, commending them to Hie Supreme Architect on high “Who maketh all things to wotk together tor good to those who love Him.” /.’OO.'* <v, Tnat the Secretary be instructed to transmit a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased, record them in the minutes of the Alliance, and have them published iu our city papers. M HIK Wk .LIVKH, ( lf AS. E. v'HOKW A K El*, Elma Armstrong, BKOR*.!. LOHER, Committee. • - * — - ■ -- <i!o*i»ner-Mtll«*r. There was a very pretty wedding at tho residence of Mr. George Bittier, near Beech Creek, on Tuesday, the J 7th inst., Hie happy couple beiug Mr. Albert t‘. (iinsaner and Miss Blanche I. Miller, both of Beech Creek, and tho groomsman and bridesmaid were Mr. Danio! CL Glossuer, brother of the groom, and Miss Carrie Miller, sister of tho bride. The ceremony took place at half-past one o’clock and was performed by Rev. M. S- Blair in the presence of about eighty invited guests. After the ceremony a splendid dinner, which included all the delicacies of the season, was served. Tho bride’s cake was delicious, being baked by Miss Ma Hartman, of the Fallon House, and was presented by the groom's mother. The bride was the recipient of numerous and useful presents. There was a beautiful display of dower?, aud all the friends unite in wishing the newly married couple a happy and prosperous journey through life. a «;u est. Will Meet In Lock Haven. The Tbirty-tteventh annual mooting of the Grand Lodge of the Independent Grot Good Templar* convened at Warren last week. About IOO delegates were present. New officers wert- elected as follows: Grand Templar, W. IT. Morgan, Picture Rocks; Graud Counciler, T. Iv. Stubbs, oxford; Grand Vice-Templar, Bessie Smink, Shamokin; Grand Secretary, dias. K. Steel, Minersville; Grand Treasurer, Annie J. Weiehmati, Philadelphia; Graud Juvenile Superintendent, S. Kila Stern, Lebanon; Representatives to World's Grand Lodge Meeting in Soot-and, I SWI, A. II. Leslie, Pittsburg; W. II. Morgan, Picture Rocks; Hon.T. K. Stubbs, Oxford; Alternates, dias. E. Steel, Minersville. [/aura I). Rudy nod Annie Watchman, Philadelphia; Delegate to National Juvenile Convention to be held in Wisconsin next mouth, S. Kila Stern, of Lebanon. It was decided to hold tho next session at Lock Haven. Hantt-ln-lltint! Horn Company. A 8)’cci«il meiain^ of lUud-in- Hautl Hose Company will be held to night at S o'clock, which every member is expected to attend, especially those who intern! accompany iug tho company to Williamsport on July 4th. By order of C. E. >);*.KKiiiiim, Pres. Gko. Iv, Ml Gill, Secretarv. Bridget)* llruth«r*. The boot aud shoe store of Bridgens Brothels' in undergoing repairs. Painters and paper hangers are at woik on both the interior aud exterior of tho store. I»nutjf Ii I tis * Steamer. The little |*U;v*uro Hte.iuuT owni d by Panic© was taken from the car In tho freight y ard to day anti launched in tho • ivcr. LATE LOCK KATEN LOCALS. Local Items Taken I’roui Our Reporter's Note Book. HAPPENINGS SEEN BY THE EXPRESS Tile Yon tig Meu'u Christian A«*ocl»tt Ion Meeting*-Killed on the Hail-Will Meet In l.ock II»v«su—The Normal Commencement — To Kiwi A Captain — Handling stray Loc*. Tho union meeting lichi last night In tho Presbyterian Church in the Interests of tho Young Men’s Christian Association, was largely attended and tho proceedings were deeply Interesting. Tho meotiug was opened by the reading •>!' scriptures by Rev. Ilolloubaugh and prayer by Rev. J. A. Wood, Jr. Addresses were made by Stat© .-vicretary. Charles E. liurlbort, of Pittsburg: W. Lorin High, of Emporium; Assistant State Secretary Multher; General Secretary, A. P. Mcison, of Williamsport; Mr. Bridgens, of Milton; Mr. Day and others. Th© general plan of Y. M. C\ A. work was explained, including the spiritual, social, physical and intellectual features of tho Association. The work done in other places was spoken of, and each of tho speakers was Fstoued to with t?ic closest attention by the large audience present. The singing under the leadership of Mr. James Snyder wa* excellent aud served to enliven the occasion. All the ministers of tho city were present, and large delegations from ail the churches were iu attendance. After the addresses tho work of raising the funds needed to carry on the woik of a branch of the Y. M. C. A. in this city was begun, aud the sum of eight hundred and fifty dollars was raised. The meeting closed by singing tho Association hymn “Blest be the Tie that Binds,” while all those who are now or expect to become members joined bands. Secretary Ilurlburt offered tho closing prayer anil Uev.Nesbitpronounced tho benediction. To-night at S o’clook a meeting for the organization of a branch of the Y. M. C. A. will be held in tho Presbyterian (,’bspel. All youug mon who deairs to become room. bors ary urgently requested to be present aln! luke part in th© work of organization. - * — Letter I.bt. The following list of letter* remain uncalled for in tho Lock Haven post office up to Saturday, June 21, RjiKJ: Oscar Anderson, Mrs. E. S. Gray, Miss Carne Adam* nj), William Bania, C. M. Crowell, Miss Lout© Cummings, Harry Engles, Mrs. Catherine Shaler, John Probst, Miss Bessie Jone*. Chaa. Kiego, W. S. Farthing, Jo© Molar? Joe Hariff, Mrs. Rose Moo ic, Harry Myers, Sofereff Miers, Levi S. Peck, W. F. Sirnoux, Miss Halie Waite, L. O. Weaver, Raffaellio Gegiletto, A"gelio Vitiglano. R. S. IS MIK Ell, P. M. — - - • - — — Killed on tho Kali. II. II. II tx, a brakeman running from Sunbury to Renovo, wa* knocked from a car by an tverhead bridge one mile west of Ritchie station early bist Saturday morning. Ho was picked up and brought to this city, but immediately afterward sent on to tho hospital at. Williamsport, but died on the way to that city. Mr. Ritz was a married mau JU year* of age, and leaves a wife and three children. His residence was at Snnbury. Handling St*uy Log". A large number men from this city are engaged in removing tho log* which were takeu adrift laid summer, from tho Islands in the rivor between Middletown and Columbia. Mr. IL L. Emery, of this city, superintends the work of removing the logs from the Islands, and John M. Williams floats them down the canal to Columbia where they ar© sawed. — —    « - -- — A Mine Accident. Alfred Champion, a miner employed at the I Queens Run Fire Clay mines, was Beverly injured Saturday by a fall of hard olay. Mr. Champion was badly injured about, the head and face, but was able to come to this city and have his wounds dressed by a physician. Appointed C!»!®^ Marshal. Colonel James B. Coryell bas been appointed Chief Marshal of the Fourth of July parade In Williamsport. Colonel Coryell will be the busiest man in that city from now on to the great day, a* the indications are that the column will bo a big one.    _ To Bled a Captain. All election for Captain of Company II has been ordered and will be held batur- evoning uoxt to till the vacancy caused by tho resignation of Captain George A. Brown. Tho candidates are Lieutenants C. II. Shoemaker and J. I). MoClintock. . — • •  — Cbarrh Festival. A festival for tho benefit of tho M. E. (JUureb, will bo held iu tim church at Pine Station, Friday and Saturday evenings next. A coidiullnvitaHon is extended to everybody. • « • — -I- * ut I v» I Postponed. tin account of ram last Saturday the festival at Lamar was postoued until Saturday, Junc2fttli. CAI*f. KOR COUNTY CONVENTION. Chairman Malone, of the Kvpuhllcan Committor*, Sets Tae©«lay, Sept. nth, Tile Republicans of Clinton county will meet at their respective voting places in the several election districts in the county on Saturday, Sept. Gtb, 1890, for the purpose of electing delegates to tho County Convention. The delegates so chosen will meet in convention at the Court House, in Lock Haven, on Tuesday, Supt. Otb, 1890, at 2 o’clock p. rn., for the purpose of nominating one candidate for Congress, one candidate for Senator, cue candidate for Assembly, one candidate for Treasurer, one candidate for Prothonotary, one candidate for Sheriff, one candidate for Assedat© Judge, one candidate for District Attorney, two candidates for Commissioner, two candidates for Auditors. Under tho rules of the party the number of delegates to which oach district is entitled, is as follows: Allison.  .................. *• Second ward........... Rah! 1-ivx I tv.............. Third ward.............. Leech (/reek.............. I' Fourth ward .... Leech Creek Loro,— * Loganton Boro......... J-honan ....................... 2 MUI Hall Boro........ J Noyes........................ I Pine Creek.............. I Porter....................... I    RENOVO. - East ward. ... ......... I Middle ward............ J W<*©T Ward............... I Sent ti Renovo......... Way ne................. . •J. Woodward  ........... CANDIDATES AT HARRISBURG Delaineter, Hastings and Stone on tho Battle Ground. EASTINGS DECLARES HE 18 THE MAN Caalaoea Chapman.................. Colebrook ........ Crawford................ liunmdHble  ............ Gallagher............... Greene.................... Grogan.................... Kaat Heat Jug . West Kcating......... J.Hinar...................... toady ................... MMK UAVEN. Firs; ward ............... 7 The primary election for delegates will be beld under tho supervision of the Vigilance Committee; the chairman of the same will see that tho proper election officers are designated aud in attendance. The hours for holding said elections, are aa follows: In the city and boroughs from 7 to ** p. rn., and in all other districts from JI to > p. rn. Vigilance committees will please make a retu.n of the delegates elected to the County Chairman at Lock Haven on Monday, Sept. I, 1890. KEPI lil.lt AN COUNTY COMMITTEE The following named persous are appointed Republican Vigilance Committees in their respective townships, the first named being chairman of the same and mf rn ber* of the County Committee: Allison—Harvey T. High, John Nolan, George McGregor, Charles V. Bressler, A. Led/.el. Bald Eagle—M. dobson, William ll. Sanderson, William Gummo,Adam Dickey, Jesse Laubacb. Beeoh Creek Boro—John McGee, A. F. Hall, Robert Clark, Henry Williams, O. N. Salsbury, Gee. T. Furst. Beeoh Creek twp—John E. Gummo, Joseph Brady, James Harleman, Jacob Gloaner, Harry Fearon, Wm. Welsh. Castanea—W. A. Cox,George C. Cures, Joel Reisb, C. M. Straub, Joseph Seyler. Chapman—II. Haines, J. Fluff, H. H. Floyd, C. Hoke, W. J. Van Sickle, J Fluff, jr. Colebrook—Geo. Sweet, Ira Chatham Wm. B. Sporriug, Lewis Coffee, J. C. Harvey. Crawford—II. J. Allen, Ambrose Wel-shans, George Gcbhart, IL W. Rauch, Nalban Homier. Duunstabie—Johu Baird, R. H. Dorey, G. W. Benjamin, Reese langley. Gallaghoi—'Taylor Kryder, Elijah Callahan, Jacob Gottshall, Jacob Biser,Heory Fritz. Green—R. W. A. Jamison, D. L Stamm James J. Geiswite, Capt. C. C. Harbach. Grugan—Jacob Hevoer, Joseph Bender. East Keating—C. F. Golden, Seth Nelson. G. M. Pfoutz. Wost Keating—John Chatham, EU Wistar, Geo. Smoke, Anson Smoke. Lamar—Samuel McCliutook.L. C. Furst, I). B. Krape, J. A. Gummo, M. D. Thompson, Henry Roroig, S. W. Sigmund. Leidy—Hamilton Fish, Frank Bottsford, Nicholas Watt, Johu Summereon, Jacob Johnson. Loganton—Dr. J. A. Montz, A. L. Heller, J. Fiedlor, F. O. Berry, .Samuel Stamm, Ed. Constr. LOUK HAVEN. First ward—Robert Myers, Thus. B. Reed. James C. MeCfoskey, W. C. Kress, ll. L. Gould, James Jeflcris, 8. R. Quigley. Second ward—A. L. Merrill, W. A. White, Robert Pock, W. S. Harris, Louis Walters, Wm. Reed, Luther M. Patterson. Third ward—Jesse Merrill, Wm. H. Klapp, Henry Keener, James Snyder,* Frank Bittner,Goo. W. Hippie. Fourth ward — Henry Shaffer, John Scbooley, Peter Jobson, Ed Christ, Sam’l Paul. Boga' -Wm. H. Strohecker, E. M. De-Long, Samuel Snyder, Henry Shaffer. Mill Hall—James E. (.’alderwood, T. Ii. Malin, Geo. Hall, Frank Welsh, Irviu Sohrefller. Noyes—Samuel Worts, Thos. W. Barret, J. N. Edwards, Wm. Stout, A. C. Wertz, W. C. Kepler, Jos. Higgins. Piue (’reek— J. Harris McKinuey, Johu T. Grist, Henry J. Emory, Goo. Farley, A. Iv. Hamilton, (leo. Botts, Johu Rich, Porter—A. Allison, Howard Thompson, Louis Shuler, W. S. Myers, W. T. Kuecht. RENOVO. East ward—M. Tolaud, U. Waite,James P. McCarthy, G. Sapp, Nolson (‘blander, D. KI:oo. Middle ward—T. O’Laughlin, ll. M. Moseimer, Thos. Nicholas, P. Carlson, John Crawford, Gust Melodist. West ward—W. J). Harper, Charles Elliott, Robert Lawrence, John McCord, Elijah Allen, Sevanty Johnson. South Renovo—J. P. Beckley, Lincoln Bennett, Ed. Kerr, J. S. Kepperly. Wayne—Gen. W. Youug, Janie* W. j Miller, A. W. CV 111 u. Robert IL Stayer, J air.©* O'Donnell, Ellis Snyder.    i Woodward—Lewis Hoover. Johu Mc- ; Malty, Daniel Shoemaker, George Tar-man, A. C. Kissed, J. Baird Fergus. A. J. Malone, Chairman Republican Co. Com. Ile Oat Aaa a ranee That Warrant Him In Making the Prediction—Secretary Stone Alao Looming Up. While Senator Deia-meler in Not Diocoarajced-The Liveliest Coven!loo Ever Held In the State. Harrisburg, June 22.—Senator Dela-mater and General Hastings came in on tho same train from Philadelphia, this afternoon, and joined tho advance guard of Republicans already on the ground. Secretary Stone, who is looming up prominently as a compromise candidate, was first to get here, bul like General Hastings, he has quietly remained at bis rooms, preferring to wait uotil Monday before opening regular headquarters. It will be the most exoiting Republican State Convention ever held in this city, tho element of doubt hedging tho nominations making it impossible to predict the outcome with od/ degree of certainty. Chairman Andrews is regularly installed in the State Committee's headquarters at the Lochiel, where Senator Dalamater is also to be found. All the leading candidates for the various offices havo reserved rooms at this hotel. THE RUSU WILL BEGIN IO DAY. Tonight comparatively few delegatee have arrived, but the rush will begin tomorrow, and by Tuesday tho city will be full to overflowing. Delamater’ssupporter* are still sanguine of their favorite’s nomination for Governor, but they secretly admit that Senator Quay might decide to turn in for either Hastings or Stone. They are depending solely upon Quay. If he fails them their cause is hopeless. HASTINGS CONFIDENT. General Hastings is more confident tonight than at any time during the heated canvass now drawing to a close. He said lo night: “I have never yet said anything about the outlook for publication, but you may say that assurances have reached me which justify the prediction that I will be nominated on Wednesday.” There was no doubt expressed or implied and the confidence exhibited by the leaders bas strengthened tho Hastings followers. Secretary Stone is developing unusual strength as the probable compromise candidate. MON TOOT it's POSITION. It is stated to-night upon the most reliable authority that Major Montooth will never consent to accept the second place on the tioket with Delameter and that Senator Quay failed utterly in making such a deal as was expected when he left Philadelphia for Pittsburg. The lines of all the candidates are firm to-night. It is uot definitely known that Senator Quay will be here, but his room at the Lochiel bas beeu reserved for him. The Normal Commencement. The examinations at the Central State Normal school were begun this morning by County Superintendent D. M. Brum-gard, who commenced with the juniors in physiology and the seniors in natural philosophy, The other examiner* are B. C. Youngman, superintendent of Clearfield county. Principal Morrow, of SUppey Rock Normal School; and Deputy State Superintendent Houck, all of whom are expected to arrive to-day. Tho annual commencement will begin Sunday, Juno 29tb, when Rev. Doctor Joseph Nesbitt, D. I)., will preach the Baccalaureate sermon in the Normal chapel at 7:4o p. rn. Tuesday evening, July 1st, the contest of the literary societies will take place at 8 p. rn.    x Wednesday morning, July 2nd, at 9 o’clock, the Junior class day exercises will begiu, and Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock the Alumni literary exercises will bo hold. Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, July 3d, the annual commencement exercises will begin, aud Thursday evening at 8 o’clock tho reception will be held. At 9 o’clock Thursday evening the Alumni banquet will be served. The fall term of the Normal begins Monday September 1st. Attention, Youug Men! There will be a meeting at 8 o’clock this evening in the Great Islaud Presbyterian Church chapel of all interested in organizing a braucb of the Y. M. C. A. in tbiB city. All young men are cordially invited to attend and take part in tho work of organization. Ad express train on the Philadelphia Division of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was wrecked near Childs, Cecil county, Maryland, early Friday morning. The driviug rod of the engiuo broke, aud two bleeping car* were thrown down an embankment. Charles Ankonheil, Chief Engineer of the Staten Islaud Rapid Transit Company, aud Johu MoNamara, fireman, were killed, and 13 others were injured, among them Bishop Keade, of the Catholic University at Washington, who had his head out and was badly bruised. PERSONAL PENCILS NGS. I The Latent GoMlp A hoot You sad Friant!*.    ..    V Ex-policeman George Verne* is In the city to day. Faraway Moses, the Hardscrabble humorist, is circulating among his Lock Haven friends to-day. W. II. Gearhart and wife, of Scranton, spent Saturday and Sunday with Hr. and Mrs. CL Ii. Gearhart. Mr. Burna, who resided on Waterstreet, left with bis family for Williamsport today, where he will reside In the future. Mrs. Cooke Payne, of Buffalo, ^N. Y., accompanied by her little aoo Robert, ta visiting friends in this city andVieurity. • Mrs. Elder Sherman is shipping bet household goods to Ohio to-day. Bde Fill leave with her children on Wednesday for; their new home in that State. Mr. L. Bleaker and sou Boyd, formerly of tb s city, but now of Grand Rapids, MisU., is visiting Mr. W. IL Fulton bcd., family. .Mrs. W. T. Charles of - Tyrone, • is also visiting at the same pine*. . ..if ■    w # • ■ ■■    j—    " . * Why Stamped Knvelopea are Redeemed-From the Washington Star. 1    ;    ’ Some people have an idea that1 the Gov-’ ernmont redeems postage stamps whee from any os ase they bedolt© Unfit for use or are difficult to nae. •’ Frequently ebeete •’ of aum pa areatuok together, or ara horn. or injured. The low, if any, talk upaa the ownei, as the Government refuse* to absume any responsibility of stamps when once sold. The agents of the (joverritoebt, -the Postmasters, can redfin stamps whiob they have for sale, if from any accident they become apfU for ate. . Bat when the citizen buys a stamp he qit|iar • uses it in the legitimate way or elsq he ;a out the value of the stamp.    . The government, however, redeem* -stamped envelopes, if one should, happen to be misdirected or should become blot tad . or for any reason a person should wish tar; t ar open a stamped envelope after be had sealed it for mailing, he oan being it to Urn • post ofliceand get a brand new epvelopeia its place. The reason for this difference ■ in the treatment of the adhesive stamp and the stamped envelope is that the ad heel VQ , stamp can be used and then washed; and passed as good, unless a carefull aaru$lpf . is made, If the U over omen twbonty begin... the practice of redeeming adhesi^stoiype the opportunities for fraud would bein-., -creased. Then the adhesive stamps, jar®-., manufactured at a oost to the GoiqrxuneBt.! while the stamped envelope ie not. Tha-c stamps are furnished to the public at the face value, and out of this has to come the cost of manufacture, but in the oeae.of stamped envelopes they are sold at their , face value, plus the oost of manufacture. Tile Beat Hammer Book, The Pennsylvania Railroad summer re* ‘ ‘ sort book is the best book for the summer* that one oan consult just now, beofc^se it '" tells about the thouand and one •ammet, ** resorts reached by the great PednsyltanU' .system, tells you how to get there,' much it will oost, tho best hotels, and all' ‘ that sort of thing, which is just' the in- ” formation you are looking fot. Evury’’ year this most useful and iodespeosabie'* book goes oat to the general pabTTo, aud it is always welcome. If you are going 16 take an excursion tbiB summer consult the Pennsylvania Railroad summer' resort book and learn where to go to the best ad-’’ vantage. The station agents have them for distribution. .JULY MAUAZJ NKS. - J. iu “Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly” . for July Whittier, Holmes and Tennyson, the three illustrious “Octpgena^apPoets,” are discussed by George Makepeace Towle in a charming literary paper, which takes the lead in the magazine. Some admix*- ,. blo portraits and views illustrate it. Mrs* • Isabella liiuton’s article on “Clara Barton and the Hod Crees Association” (a mide, timely by tho account given of tho Association’* work at Johnstown, Pa^ thsAmt,. anniversary of the memorable disaster at" that place having just passed. Quebec/ one of the most picturesque fortrassailed in the world, is described, with copious illustrations, by Elizabeth Taylor. Prof. . Valletta's “Roman Campagna,V Arttem V. Abbott’s “American ObsetYatoffW,** and W. I. Lincoln Adams’s description, of the Dew Daguerre Memorial, smbcae-ing an account of the discovery sod development of photography, are all rich lo entertainment aa in instruction. There are sketches of romance, travel and adventure, short stories by-Lieutenant IL ll. Jayne, Lucy Hooper, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Susan A. T. Weiss and others. The customary departments are unusually full and varied. A notable improvement in the typographical and pictorial make-up is also to be observed in this nnmber, which begins Vll. XXX, of the magazine. One of the leaders of the Republican party will contribute to the July number of tho Xorth American Review an adversa critism on the aotion of Speaker Reed in Congress. The article Is an unusually striking one, but every effort is to be made to conceal the indentity of its author. ;
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