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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH \ KAH—NO. IGO.LOCK HAVEN, 1»A.. TUiSDAY. SKl'TKMIJKK IU. 181)0. I* IJ ICE-TWO CENTS evening ex Eli ess. Yy g TARIFF UN THE HOUSE RI NSI OK BROTHERS - - - FU BKI SH ERH J I Ii A .-si: kaka KI.IOHI), CURRENT COMMENT. A inst‘Bv HHV of pearl producing clams bas been made iu Manitowoc diver. Wisconsin, aud ovor 3b00 pearls of vaned colors have boon taken out. The Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser says Alabama wants good roads. If Alabama does no more lh an Pennsylvania to get them, the will continue to “want." When Senators Plumb and Paddock put themselves on record as differing from their Republican colleagues on severa points of the Tarifl bill they were warmly patted on the back by their political eue mies, and the announcement was made that the differences were irreconcilable, t h: Wednesday thoy vut?d for the entire biil like tho genuine Republicans they are. Ok oourse, there is an attempt to belittle Speaker Reed’s victory, aud to Ming mad at him because of bis success. We are told how the Kittery Navy Yard was colonized by new voters; bow bushels of boodle was spont in his interests, and how Democrats were disfranchised and debauched. Such silly whimperings are beneath contempt. The truth is, the people of his State believe iu him and his methods and gave him this magnificent endorsement in proof of their belief. Not i it sr. has done so much iu theso bt ter days to transform the shop of ’lie small merchant int 3 the great mercantile est ab fish men! as carefully written and well displayed newspaper advertisements. No magician's wand has everdoDo more effective work. Tile great commercial business successes in the large cities have all been built up in this way. Nearly all the great fortunes made in trade have been the result of judicious advertising. What has so often been done, can be done again. TnF. New York Sun directs attention to the progress of four prohibition States as revealed by the last census. In Maine the increase in population was one aud fout-tentbs ]»t*r cent. In Vermont there was an actual loss. Kansas gained OS per cent., but lier neighbor on the North, Nebraska, increased ICS per cent., while her Western neighbor, Colorado, increased HO per cent. Kansas herself gained IT ? per cont., between 1970 and I$90. Iowa levi much headway, her gain being euiv Atter Two Hours Debate the Senate Amendment Were Non-Ooucurreil In. THE BILL TO GO INTO CONFERENCE Speaker I torii WHI Name tho Conferrers on the Bill To-ilaj—A Resolution Intro-flu cr. I in the ilou*© lo Censure Hot-Headed Kennedy for HU Attack on I he Senate. Washington, Sept. 15.—Tho Tariff bill was presented to tho House to-day, and after two hours debate the Mraate amendments were uou concurred in, yeas 1*20 nays 92. The bill will now go to confer once. Mr. Euloc, of Tennessee, offered a resolution ccusuriug Kennedy, of Ohio, for his speeoh of September 3d, rcllectiug upon the character of tho Acuate as a body and two Senators individually. Mr. Grosvenor, of Ohio, raised tho point of order that Hie resolution was too late. that Kennedy should have boon called to order at the time of tho utterance. Enloe opposed this view, anti Hayne, of Pennsylvania, concurred in Enloe’s remarks, declaring that it was due to the Senate that its members should be protected from attacks .by members of the House. Grosvenor suggested that action should be taken by the committee, and IJayno offered au amendment to Enloe’s resolution directing the public printer s t exclude Kennedy's speech from the record. Pending action the House adjourned. The Senate to-day passed the bill granting a pension of twenty dollars a month to Lucy Hale, a daughter of a Revolution-ary war soldier. Tho conference report on the Land Grant Forfeiture bill was taken up and discussed. It was agreed that the vote thereon shall be taken at 2 o’clock to-morrow. Speaker Reed stated, after the House bad voted to send the Tariff bi!) to a con-fereue, that ho would not announce The conference on the part of the if miso until to-morrow. He said he had nut yet determined upon the list. Til* Thr** OrK.knl'.ntimiA tutti Tin*lr Slam! loc Co Unto. .SVnuNAI. I KA:.IIC Chicago—Chicago ii, Cincinnati -I. PLAYER*.* I. KAO I.E. Cleveland—Cleveland 9, Pittsburg 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Columbus -Columbus I*., St. Louis ll (’ailed on account of darkness. Toledo—Louisville ii, Toledo 5. Syracuse—Rochester 7, Syracuse 0. Standing of tbe Clubs. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Ix>st.    Won.    Lorn. Brooklyn........TS    -Ii    'Chicago............TC    -in Bolton.............ti    is    New york........AT    hi Philadelphia...7 >    47    Cleveland........«    n! Cincinnali.....»>»    4:»    Pittsburg.........'•>’    l"l PLAYERS* LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Chicago  M    »T TERSELY TOLD HIMNIK. All ti.-* Lite Ni'W1-; Vi- w- «*j tin- City Hp to 'klIO P. M. GOTTEN UP IN A REAPABLE FORM I HOU’ lr <\MK TO BK WK! I IRS. UWM TU VISIT A MINE PII I tho "g  C’ Cleveland........4*1 Buffalo............31 M si si Won. Lost. Bivium..............TS    I'l Brooklyn.........TI    .‘wi Now York.    .    «7s    sn Philadelphia    . •>!    05 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. liost.    Won.    Lost. Louisville........•>*.*    lo    Toledo..............'i>>    til si. Louis..........iii    ■»>;    Athletic ~...V>    v> Rochester........V*    '*i    syracuse..........ii    is    'Baltimore.. :U    Ti •«* -  ♦ •     — V. IU. C. A. Orgaaimtion. Found by the River Mile-Swoct Finger* and Clever Dancer*— ll oh rd of Trade .Heeling—The show or all New Feature*—AV. C. T. L*. Convell*ion-The Firemen a* Chester. The body of a tnau was fouud this forenoon on the river shore at a point nearly opposite tho junction of Main and Water streets, where it had been washed up by the recent flood. Orville Smith who was gathering drift wood found the body aud at once notified Coroner Mader who scut undertaker Sloan to remove tho remains and convey them lo his undertaking establishment where au inquest was hold. Tile Coroner empaneled us his jury Messrs G. W. Batchcler, Robert Martin, M. Wad/., J. IC. Corss, A. W. Uokenbrodc and 31. J. MoNerucy, who viewed tho The meeting of the Y. M. C. A. in the body, and heard the testimony of the man Reformed Church, last night, was well who found tho corp-iO, and also of those attended. The meeting was organized by who were there at the time. Tho body calling F. M. Whittaker to tho chair, aud had evidently been in the wale* for a long electing John ll. Si evenson Secretary for 11before it was washed ashore by the the evening. T. M. Stevonsou was elected I fi«>o«l ami was badly decomposed. All Vice Presider.*. For Treasurer Mr. George Loder was elected. <>a motion the President of the meeting was authorized to appoint tho members of the several committees, and in accordance the    clothing had    been removed from    tho remains    by the action of the water, excepting the stockings and shoes. Tho latter were neat fitting and not su^h shoes a:e are worn by rivet- ith the motion the following committees I men. The body was that of a large, well were appointed.    I developed man, aud asido from tho shoes Finance Committee—'T M. Stevenson, and stocking. there was nothing, what M. K. Chfstou, A. M. Thomas, A. L. ever, by which to identify bim. At 2 t Benedict.    m. this afternoon the jury were to meet Committee on Membership — George and render a verdict. Tho impression pre Loiter, U. W. Clymer, .Tames Snyder, Ed- | Vails that the body is that of a man named Nu ©et .Singer* hdO Clever Dancer*. The much advertised and sweet-faced Rinehart sisters inaugurated a three nights engagement at *hc (>pc;a House hist night eighteen ,>er cent., while her neighbor, and attracted a eery l»rSc aad.eoco. Tho play presented was “Xip|»ed rn the Bud,” which was written by Mr. -lames-lay Minnesota, gained SI per cent. Superintendent Portku has prepared a statement that ought to settle the two chief subjects of discontent wrth the census returns—New York and St. Paul. In the case of the former he shows that w hile the increase in the city proper during the decade was only twenty-five per cern., in the metropolitan district, which includes the city and suburbs, it was forty per cent. New York’s elevated railroads, her ferries and the Brooklyn bridge have been taking ber population out of town to live; •.hat is all. In the case of St. Paul, it is found ibat the wily census takers counted the inmates of various inrtituiions during business hours and gave the city credit for them a'l. They coati cd two hundred and fffty-seven persons in a parochial school building and one hundred aud ten in a newspaper building, though noboby lived in cither of them. A railroad depot was credited with two hundred and forty five inmates, though none of them slept there, and a hotel which bad, properly, one hundred and fifty-five inmates, was credited with five hundred and fifty-three, lf this sort of work was geooral throughout the city, St Paul would seem to be an eminently proper subject for a recount. Tho Bribery Cate*. New Castle, Sept. lo.—This evening Judge McMichaele gave his decision on the motion of Dr. McKinney, of Beaver, protesting against the grand jury non-suit ing bim in th*: br.bcry cases of the I werrty-fiftb Congressional District. The conli decided alter bearing the evidence that the suits of Wallace, Shaffer and I)uerr for conspiracy were dismissed. The case of Tole. Shalier aud Dowuiug, •he Republican Congressional delegates, foi taking bribes, and W. D. Wallace, for paying the same, shall go before the new grand jury In December. This reversal of the original non-suit created a tremendous sensation in the district. Wasted on a Chara* of A**aoll, Baltimore, Sept. lo.—Marshal Frey’s men promptly arrested, “from a description telegraphed.” .John Baker, a Hungarian, who is wanted at at Pottstown, Pa., Campbell, business manager of the coni patly and a journalist of some note. lls sole object is to make people laugh, aud bring out the abilities and accomplishments of tho fisc talented sisters. It i* a musical coni*dy wi-h tho merest shadow of a plot. The dialogue is bright and witty, butat tunes drags somewhat. The sisters are sweet singers aud graceful dancers, aud the reception accorded the play aud players was of the most cordial character, demonstrating thai both had “caught on" and the engagement, will doubtless prove a successlul oue. This evening they will present the musical absurdity, “The Waifs Luck,” which is said to be b-wilful aud . aiming over with pure fun. Go to-night aud take Hic little ones. It will do them good. Tho show is suited to all classes. The occasional theatre goer can attern! with the utmost propriety, ieeliug assured of nothing but innocent amusemen:, free from all objectionable features.  • • •    ... — A Beautiful Dirt, The gentlemen friends of Hon. J. W. Merry purchased of X. B. Lingier a beautiful chronometer clock which they will present this evening to Miss Merrey as a wedding present. The clock is aoostlyoneof elegant design and of the latost style of manufacture, and is a gift which any bride would be pleased to receive. - - * • • -- Bail roaders Moving. A lot of tv un.-, wagons and nails such aa are used by radioed cml actors, passed over the river budge this morning, on their way to New York .State, whore lh cynic to be used in constructing a new lino ol road. The teams and mon were taken Caro of at tho Eagle Hotel lasi night. Big Freight Wreck. At Faultier Run on tho Beech Creek railroad sixteen omp'y coal cars wero wrecked. The train was bound west, and tho wreck blockaded tho road completely. Tho passenger traiu due here a* 9.10 a. rn. did not arrive until 2 p. iii. Huh afternoon. — V    • • •    - — TIi*>* l*ai«l His foil-. The tislu'tmail from the up liver regions ward Soy bold. Devotional Committee—A. L. Benedict, E. K. Adams, M. G. Conklin. The Devotional Committee wero instructed to select an additional member from each church not represented. Committeei>n Rooms—S.M. McCormick, Iv, D. Batchelor, F. If. Michaels. Committee on By-laws—E. E. Adams, S. M. McCormick, Ii. T. Harvey. Commit tee on Nominations—A. S. Grow, S. M. McCormick, I. A. Shaffer, Jr. Committee "U Employment of General Secretary—T. M. Stevenson. K. 1). Batrh-oler, .lames Snyder, Sidney Karst. The Comm.. too on Rooms wan authorized to select aud reut rooms at once f«»r the usa of the Association.  ♦ - • Sill! Improving* Mr. E. B. Shoemaker, tho energetic proprietors! tho Shoemaker apothecary as-tablishmcDt in tho Academy of Music I.blinger wh> was drowned at Keating some time ag > — - •• • • — - — IV. C. T. lr. Con vent anat* A good delegation from the W.C.T. I’., >f Lock Haven, boarded the tram on Thursday last, Sept. lith, en routo for Renovo, to a tend tho Sixth Annual Convention of -lie organization in Clinton county. Thursday t vetting I ie choir of the M. E. Church rendered sore1 choice selections, • • ♦cr which Re-. J I•. Cook, cd Renovo, made a stirring address, advocating Constitutional Prohibition and tho enfranchisement. of women as the only effectual means of uprooting the liquor traffic with its endless chain of ^ovil consequences. His address was nc-i lengthy, but for pith and point is seldom excelled. Miss Dom blazer, State Superintendent of work among foreigners, modo an earnest appeal for assist an ie in supplying tho foreign Th«» Sf.iry i.l lltr I'm iii -,Ctiif«%v Mint Not mug To-Night.’9 Tho poem of •'Curfew Must Not I tin; Til -bgbi’ was suggested to iou by Hi. reading of ast ,*ry called “Love and Coy ally" in April 1^‘iT. I was Hum a plain country school g.rl, nut yet scvoutceu, re siding with my parents at Litchfield, Mich., ami under the pretense of wot king out mathematical problems, with ray arith ruetic before me, I wrote the poem roughly on my slate, writes Rose Hartwick Thorpe in the Ladkh' Ilona .Jv’trnaL I was forced to carry on my literary work under these difficulties because of _ the opinion of my parents that my time could be better em ployed than in “idle dreams aud useless HOM BN .4H.fUrfl.Vll.l5T4. Heroin I- Tl.i: Pre?.;.brat Many Limitation* and Accept.-) Quo From Houtzdale. PROMISE)’ lie bas received invitations from the people rhymes." I wrole tho first copy ou my I of uearly all tho neighboring towns and Blate between 4 and 0 o’clock in tho after-1 villages to pay ‘.hem a visit. One that is uoon, but much time has since boon spent I likely lo bo accepted e.itno from the antlers in correcting and revising it. iliad no I of Houtzdale, Pa., who said they would i bought that I would ever be able to write I .suspend woik ou tho day of his visit and I anything worthy of public noHco.    I    give him a rousing inception. The poem wa.5 first published in the I William II. Dill, of Clearfield, wbodo-Deiroit Coiiirn/'rc. iJ Advertiser in tho Fall I livered tho invitation, said the miners of I$70. The oil tor, tipou receipt of my I wanted the President to inspect their manuscript, at once wrote me a lengthy J mines, aud that they would open one for letter of congratulation and praise, in J his especial benefit. Tile President said which lie predicted the popularity for the I he would certainly go if ho could, verses which they have since enjoyed. I I There ie every reason to believe that tho had no literary friends, nor even literary I President is seriously considering the ad-aequaiotanci’, at that time, and did not I viaabiiity of calling an e*Ira Session of know tho lumpiest requirements for pro- I Congress for tho consideration of the pat tug my manuscript for publication. I election bill and el hers of the important l’he poem seemed at unco to attract public I measures now pending, as it may not be attention. It raided mo from a shy young | disposed of at this? session, country girl into the public uotice, and 4rtf Unnhmllj Winning ln*u of Thrir A Iii lid c*. Said Mr. Childs to me recently: “Some of Hie bort writers on my paper ate the women editors of it, aud there is not one of t horn who is not paid for her work ex-A ROUSING RECEPTION J uctly us though she were a man. I believe fully in this. It is true that womeu have in many quarters, been underpaid for their labors; but I am convinced, from evidences I have seen, that this state of things is gradually becoming less. Let women be given a fair chance in business. They will very often do work even bettor than man. “Duo morning tho wife of one of our editorial contributors came to see me, saying: “My husband is ill and unable to do his work any longer. For a number of months past I have bijou writing bin editorials for him, aud I have now corno to ask you to allow mo to continue doing so.' I said. 'If you have been Anni© Irt Upon a Min© for Hi* Especial B©ne-tjl - Mr. IfarriAon Say* That Ho Will Go lf I’uMilil* -Ile I* Now Seriously Considering Hie Ad%inability of Calling a Special .benniou of Congree*. Cresson, Sept. lo.—Tho President has decided to remail! hero until tho end of next week, if his business will permit. brings i > toy side yearly hosts of new aud delightful fiiemh. Wherever I go, my friends are there before me, aud tho poem—which I gavo to tho public with no “right reserved" — while ii has made a fortune for ut hers aud dlopped golden coios in other pockets, has reserved for ta author a wide circle of admiring friends. Tho first aud only remuneration I ever received for the poem was three years ago, whoa tho editor of tho Brooklyn    reproduced    the poem in a fie smiloautograph from, which I had given him. With a delicate souse of justice ho seut nu* a most complimentary cheek for :he sin.pie privilege of ropvoduc-ion. It was quito a surprise to mo, but none tho less pleasing. The show or nil New Features. This may with Puritan precision bo said of the Ringling Brothers United Monster Railioad Circus, museum aud menagerie, the enormous institution which exhibits at Lock Haven, Wednesday, October first. With regard to detail may it also be ob* served that this great show possessesmoro actual great features than any other of the few big railroad shows. Among the lists of their circus and hippodrome artists we find tho names of the most celebrated riders, gymnasts, acrobats, aerialists, char- writing them you eau go ou doing so; but say nothing of the change to any one/ “Some timo after this the husband died. Oo goiog to the office in the morning one of the editors met me with a face a yard long. ‘.Mr. Blank is dead,' said be, 'and I don’t kuow what we are going to do without bim. Ilia articles wero snob a special feature, and there is no one else in the country with ability enough to write them.’ “‘Isn’t there?* I asked. ‘But do you think they have been as good as usual of late?' “ ‘Better,’ he replied. “ ‘But are you sure that there has been no falling off tbe last few months?' “ ‘No, indeed; it is just there where tbe improvement is noticeable. The older he grew tbe better became his work. And that makes it all the more discomforting to roalize that we can never aeon re any one who coaid do them ooc*tentb aswell.' “'Db, yes we caD,' I answered. ‘It may interest you to know that for more than a year past Mr. Blank bas not wrlten a line for the Ledger. Mrs. Blank bas been doing her husband's work, and she building, is constantly adding now features dement in Nebraska with campaign literate bis beautiful store. It is only a short tare. Mrs. Dean, of Renovo, made some time since ho put in standard ventilating J very timely remarks by way of Holioitatiou fans and now be bas ordered a new milk for a good collection, which was turned shake apparatus to bo run by a water I over to Miss Doiublazer fiji tho purpose motor. It is his intention >o keep his large J already mentioned. Aftor tho audience soda fountain going all winter, and bot I had been dismissed the members of the and cold soda, as well os milk shako, will I convention assembled in tho chapel, where be served to customers from one of the I an Executive Committee mooting was handsomest fountains in this section of I held, and Committees on Resolutions, tho State.    J Plans of Work, etc., wero appointed. His new advertisement in to day’s Ex-1 Friday morning and afternoon sessions press will bo found of special interest lo I were taken up with reports of tmperiu those seeking wedding presents. Ilia I teudcnls; many of which were very inter-stock of line goods suitable for giftaequals I cating and showed a good work being that to be fouud in any store in Lock I done through tho county; also reports of Haven.    I committees appointed the evening before. Election of officers and superintendents A N»rrow Escape.    I and diacussions on various subjects rela- Wheu Erie Mail train arrived at the ,.jvo t0 tho work and closed with singing damaged bridge above Cameron last I and sorao excellent recitations by differ' Friday welling, tho Renovo AVyz.1 says, tbe lent members of che Loyal Temperance train was stopped, and the train hands got I Legion of Ronovo. off to examine Hie bridgo and were eon- I 'pjjQ delegates and visitors were most suiting one another as to whether it would J hospitably entertained by Hie ladies of Re-be safe to cioss or not. After Homo con- J novo and ti e Convention was harmonious .sulfation tho crew had about concluded to cross. Returning to 'he train with that end in view, but ala:*’ thou I tho time they leached lh** trail, hey hcaid aeia.-di, aud away went the bi.dgc in the tlo<*d. Just imagine what a narrow escape from deuHr aud a watery grave that was. Had it hold two minutes longer tho whole traiu, crew and passengers would have boon swept away. • • — Ch'thf* Fruit. Thioc handsome) bunches of grapes are displayed in Kineloc’s book store window. They were grown on the farm of George S. Good, and arc of tho Niagara variety. Tho three hunches are upon tho vino upon which they grew, and weigh 2® pounds. Handsomer or mmo luscious looking grapes never grew than the three bunches throughout. Friday evening a goad aud ienco w,if? pre-cut t - hear an add.ess bv Piesidiiig Lldci* Ft* phons, wlii.di wa-chuffy airview of Hie progi**ss of the temperance cause since tin- times *'f Ga. 'V-ons of Temperance” was oigaui/.ud up to tho prestuI. Rev. Moon: thanked God for the Original Package decision as it wan the measure of bringing tho master int<* politic* whore it w mid stay until set tied ouco and for all by State and National Cone-: intl iou amondmout. Tho resolution adopted aud a more detailed report of the convention will bo published later in the "Every Deco a Year," to »*. lesumcd by tho \V. C. T. I . VV Ii At They Say. This is tho way Home people talk* “Ile was shot :n tile suburbs." ‘•She whippet! him upon his return.” “Ho kissed bor passionately upon her re appearance.’’ “Ho kinged her hack. “Mr, .lotion walked iii upon her invitation.’’ “.She seated herself upon his entering." “Wo thought she sal down upou ber being asked." “Sbo fainted upou his departure." “Ile was injured iu tho fracas." “He then retired upon a pension." “ Tho toa keltic is boiling." “The stove is on fire." “Did you see tho Dew board walk." “Did you soc that large horse fly." Removing* finder From Hi© Kyr. From Un- I,:iU..vV ilium- .fortunl. The proper way to get a cinder out of the eye is «J draw tho upper lid dowuover the lower, utilizing the lashes of the lower, as a broom, tha" it rn iy sweep tho surface of the forme: aul thus git rid of the intruder. Dr gently draw tho lid away from the globe, pass a clean camel's hair brush—or fold of a silk batikercbief—two or three times between them. • This procedure will, in nearly all oases, suffice; when it docs not.tile services of a physicals aro necessary. It Is a remarkable fact that a very minute body will give rise to intense pain, and even after it has been extracted the sensation remains for an hour or more After the intruder is out, , gently bil lie ll;1 lids every li.ucn rnin-i :i * ..I .ecu-water GI- tho feel ii y subsides. iotecrs, cl-J., among them Milo. Julia Lo-Wando, tho world famous Brazilian lady I *8    capable    of    continuing    to    do bo.’ rider; Edward Shipp, the great four and J “And abe does to day."—K. \V. Bok in six horse equestrian, La Role Brothers, I LudiV* Home Journal. tbe flying men of tbe air; Audrew Gaffney, “tbe old oak.” Tbe Aah tons; tbe Japanese performers; the Arab horsemen and scores of others. Somebody Snickered. From Hie Buffalo Courier. Not many Sundays ago a south side File groat doable mea-1 Sunday school was invited to participate Agcrio we filii] wonderfully complete, in I in a union service with another school a fact a perfect innovation to all lovers of J few blocks away, aud formed ha line with natural history. The monster Ilippopo-1 tbe Superintedentat the head and marched ta rn us, the amphibious Bovolapsus; the I out of doors singing the Superintendent’s only genuine African/.'bras, tho umbrella- I favorite hymn, “Hold tbe Fort." Byrled elephant, tho baby elephant, tbe J standers stopped and every one looked on clown elephant-, tho giant elephant, Baby- [ at tbe beautiful sight of tbe proud Super-Ion, beside tho enormous collections of I intendent marshaling bis handsome coonier caged and uncaged animals, consti- borts of caroling children up the street. lute a zoological collection that cannot be I Their singing charmed all hearers, too, but equaled by any other management aud in J when they struck tbe second stanza, which tho managers seem to have actually outi ingliuged the Ringlings. When we i ako into consideration the great World’s Hone Fair, tho wonderful museums, tbe troupes of performing animals eic.; and last but not leas*:, tho great, glorious, free street parade it must bo confessed that ‘•See the mighty host advancing. Satan leading on”— somebody snickered, and tbe Superintendent dropped back to tbe rear to speak to the tutor of tbe infant class. Saved From Drowning. A Westport correspondent signing her-Wcdnesday, October I will bo tbogieatest I self M. II. writes aa follows: holiday event that Lock Haven will have I Last Wednesday, the 10th of Septora-for many years to come, or until the great J ^er» while the children were on their way Ringling show again spends a day among home from the upper school inLeidy townie.    I ship, some of them weio compelled to Grots Kettle Crock on “foot logs." Among Rag jug Fore* t Fire*.    I the children was a little girl six years of Spokane Falls, t>opt. lo.—A dispatch J age who lost her footing and fell into tbe from Ellensburg, Washington, says: stream. As she drifted away with the Forest tires have beeu raging in the moun-1 current, little Mina Johnson jumped into lain along tho fine of the Northern Pacific the swift water which was up to her neck, since last Thursday. As tho forests are aud saved tbe little one from a watery very dense, it has beeu feared that it was J grave. It was a noble deed of daring and hardly safe to run tho gauntlet of the | a narrow escape for tbe little six-year-old. dames, but tho passengers have jn all I AI Kuan! of Troth* Mrt'iing. Hie Board "f I vade moi Hug last on a charge ol assault with intern to kin. ; caught Gout on Sunday and Won; the | H™p«.-H never grew man iou turee ouncnes    ^    waj4 l|t„|Jjn< o{ ,mi,.mar..0 ; . Jiaiter was ar roiled is he alighted (urn a ; hoju v,hcu .iou! ejuld tc lawfully caught, j mentioned, which arc a lair sample of Mr. I pU|)]|C trautf.acVd. Kcf.ul.t1 mn* vee™* •rain at Hic railroad alation. Bakci nod v.t.,0 befuro Ab.bureau Noble yesletuay j Goon h cr”p Hii* yuu. Detective Barringer, who accompanies ^ af.,.;i;fnfn The nu-:* w?*:v'!;>vbargcd ’.iii him. leave for Port*'ow'Ii •»** the 12 •*<; p. jayroei»i <>f con'-. rn. train I Mi. t:c.. Mantic: l-ao. rv pitn: .i.j;' The i..tile Nugge t' i-n*p;t!iy, thee next a:-t lac*, ion bunk cd at the I q t J'.* House is in hit Ion of Utah ;•* 2'C,4n-. i i;*;t increase "f ^ [v> “ihe LnHv N.,/gct ' wph all its Hit F.and of tin- Mom*on*. W.-,.sij*AO'fTJN Sept. K*.—Tho total J* :J u 02,535.   -♦ rn ♦ -    - Hymen has resumed bis glorious work of belying arithmetic by adding one to one and making them one. fun and frolic comes one week from tonight, 23d inst, and is identically tho same company that prodnccd it here bofore with ODC exception. 'lh© Fret- Bi idle© Movement. Thu movement towards Hccanug a fieo bridge ut this place has beeu started again \ mu. alioth*. :- pctiiU will be }'rrsrutc*d lo j bv court a; tim rn-'t regular Htssiou, 1 a-king for Hi: appoint inen'. of aunt hen set of viewers. The partus who are interested iu tbemovcmont aro the people in general, and they soem dt'orrained to keep pushing tho ma»tcr until thoy are successful. i adopted extending an invitation to the \ Ntato Firemen A-'^nocitiij.'i t*: meet sn * 'his city rex1 year, aud a com min ce was i app.’inted •" ucg'dsrttu with tdiujr assjciu-j ti*ins Iioni which proposition? had been received r*> lent Hie B«»ard    Trade rooms. Un I. VU* - r I .*•» ;• A west et u 'o;rf.spoiulen! say* “River-sidt, rho hauue.* organ-growing iowa :u Southern ('alifoiniti, is |>urhaps tlic richest iowa iu tbe country, if Hid average wealth is accuiately estimated. Of 3,000 I verso sis, are assessed for more than 5 I,OIm each, which represents $12,(KH) of valuo. St) one out of every twouty persons iii Riverside has more than $12,000 in probity. This is due to tho fact that I bree-quartets >f tho people in the town own their pfac-’s; and even if they have only ti v«* anes iii rn un gen this small grove wiil support .v lumdy well, as the average yin. VY. 11 be V'nrh $tfi” pci acre I very > ear. ... - • • • • F!(•<' -oui* 'Tu*l Le Fair and El** .* :! • '-I“Hi! H('-'I;** Tri!iti|w* I iii ted •'tat.!’- elroiiuuu in evcij cases been carried through in safoty. Saturday night, however, all traffic was suspended. The (lames reached a large pile of t ics lying along the track and tho hear was mo intense ibm the rails for a uis-mcc of 9')n feet were warped oat et shape. There va*, sis attempt to fir. nay trains thro-.g’i Saturday uight, but early )c.^tcrday nu ming a large gang of men wero put on repair the damage, Tho tires are still raging. !>i©fl Al tho Ag© of 105. I'milaiu M UIA, Sept. to._Mrs. Frances Constantine died at tho residence of her son lo West Manayuuk at tbe advanced ago of IO-") ycArs and ff months, she having been born in Philadelphia March IO, 1795. Although blind for tho past seventeen years Hhe was remarkably robust aud in possession of her faculties until within a short time of herd*, iii*. H**r first husband was killed in tho war of ISI?. She lea vers four children, iwenlyonc grand ch.hifu and fifteen gic-*- grand children. The Firemen et Cheeter. To-night Hope Hose Compaav will leave for ('boater to t ike part in the big firemen’s parade in that city to-morrow. Most of the delegates from this city are already there aud at work in the interests of Lock Haven as the place of meeting next year. A letter received this morning, from a member of the Lock Haven department, states that this city’s delegation has the inside track and expect to keep it. Shamokin delegates are contesting for the meeting in 1801, but there is no probability whatever ‘bat it will go there agaiu next year. J \ I.raky Hark To ..til lulu Fort. i.Mi•: ••?*»:•, X. I. , Fop!. 15 —The evei J uook I W o‘•rotter of '.he Republic must fie fair and i sR-am Rig Blanch towed into Southport at free, :n der the .■vote.--tint! of the govern-' 7.15 » clock hist night rho British balk men-. sud 1 Et: Rcpullii :*.n p'irty ".-ill see I Belga rn limn VciHat’.’J.t t«» Rio, with a A decidedly cool wave is reported to bo coming this way. Second nigh! of Hie Rinehart- Sisters. Hr ai I hey are thus ri i Itemed ft, Is: Dom**-Gratia fraud and violence. Tho next Presidential campaign will bo fought under an election law that will protect every voter in tho Union. cargo «-f lumber. August .‘I she sprung a ioak in the straits or Florida. Both tho vessel and cargo are safe. Tho vessel is drawing nineteen and a half feet ami came over Capo Four bar without touching. Typhoid Fever st FHrremliTille There were twelve cases of typhoid fever reported at Farrandsville, yesterday,several persons who are down with tbe disease are veiy iow. Tbe fever is not spreading rapidly and seems to be confined to a small portion of tho village. The State Board of Health should be notified of tbe outbreak in older that some effective means for preventing the fever spreading may ho adopted. Supper and lea Cream. The Ladies Aid Society of tho M. E. cl.or h, will hold a supper and ice cream a Mira! at Char! en. Friday and Saturday .•veilings, September fib'i aud 20tb. Ail a:c 'n vile.!. “The Nabobs” are in Philadelphia tonight. It will be a long time before they will see ft better show. _ Tho “Waif’s Luck” to night. ;