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Che Ctatre Reporter.
FRED. SORTS .. EDITOR
CkVTRR HkLL. Pa.. Jan. I*. IK' s
Beeeher says there is no hell. hat
else but hell It that he raised w hen
he didn't keep away from Til ton's
The Watchman announces itself in
favor ofSWI !L Reynolds of Lancaster.
Allegheny county democracy have
instructed fbr Hopkins, for governor.
Dill, of Union. ia thought by many to
be the coining man for governor.
The man that can win should be the
The New Hampshire republicans in
iheir state convention, last week, gavt
Haves an ont-audout endorsement,
•tend the news to Oonkling. and let
Billie Chandler be the bearer of it.
This scores one for Hayes aud he may
yet be a bigger man than old Conk*
Dunning, Wall street broker, failed
E. & C. Elder, lumber merchants,
Chicago, went over board— liabilities
Holt, leather firm, Albany, are got.e
The democrats of the Ohio legislature,
in cancus, decided to elect George ti
Pendleton, to the U. S. Senate, in place
of Stanley Matthews, republican. Ohio
will then have two democrats in the
Russia has Turkey Jown now, aud
Joes not look as though England would
interfere—she sees it would be a big job.
and one that she might feel sorry for il
undertaken. We expect soon to hear
tbat peace will be arranged, and that
Rusaia will get at least some of the ad
vantages she has been longing for in tin
last thirty years. She has been anxious
for the right to have a fleet in the Blav k
sea and free passage through the Dardu*
nelles into the Mediterranean sea. This
ts w hat John Bull is afraid of because be
has been mistress of the seas so lone,
and Russia with a fleet and Black sea to
build and train her navy in, would make
her the rival naval power of England in
Europe. Russia may also, and most
likely will, claim some of the conquered
territory which will give her additional
strength as one of the great powers, par
ticularly in that portion of Europe % here
the war has been waged. Taking all in
to consideration, it looks to us as though
the Rus&ian bear was going to be boss
Candidates for the county offices to he
filled next fall, are already stirring
around. As nearlv all the conntv offices
r.re to be filled, the crop of candidate*
promises to be large. Some are out sow
ing their seed and wondering, "What
will the harvest be." There is nothing
wrong in any aspiration for office, when
the means resorted to obtain a position,
are fair and honorable, instead of deeep
tion and bribery and the other mysteri
ous arts that politicians so well know
how to make use of to obtain a nomina
tion. Our advice to candidates is to g<
it on their merits; do honest election
eering ; do not slander rival candidates,
and let the best of feeling prevail, am
then when the nomination is made, a!
wheel in for the election of the ticket
Much dissatisfaction isoften caused,an.
the success of the party endangered
where any other coarse is pursued. Bin
when s canvass and nomination hav
been fairly made, it leaves no sores not
excuses for bolting.
We expect next summer to be one o
the liveliest, politically, we ever had ii
our county. There are many very goo<
and capable men in the list of Candida
tes, and the partv will not lack in tba'
respect for material to select from.
Beecher declines steadily as a churcl
investment In 1572 Plymouth Church
got fiftv nine thousand dollars from its
pews: in 1873. over sixty-thousand dol
jars; in 1874, fifty-nine thousand again
in 1876, sixty-three thousand; but tin
yar it gets only thirty six thousand, tei
thousand less than last year. Still Beech
e'himselfis for the time being doim
well by exhibiting himself thronghou
the country at fifty cents a head.
The military expenses of this state to
put down last summer's railroad riot>
reach the bandsome sua of $700,000
And that's what wev't? got for it all.
Were the sympathizers of the tramp*
and mob taxed to pay it all, there wouh
be nothing unjust in it.
In the Senate a bill was introduce
providing for payment of the military
for service during the July and Augrn
rioia and the other expenses incident t
them. The amount demanded for pav
ment of troops is $290,000, and transpoi
taiion, auhaiatence, quartermaster's an<
medical stores $325,000. The estimate
ofihe cost of the riots at the Adjutai
General's Department exceed the abov.
amounts about $24,000. The expense
in round numbera are classified thus
Troops, $307,000; transportations, sl4l.
000; subeiatence, $124,000; quarterma
ter's stores,s63,ooo; inedi-a 1 stores $3 400
These amounts do not include abouts7o,
000 already paid to the three month
men, and an independent regiment fron
Philadelphia. The cost of the riot*
therefore is $700,000.
PROPOSED NEW PENJTENTJA
Senator Fieher, of Huntingdon, intro
duced a bill in the senate providing fi
the erection of a penitentiary in the mid
dle district of Penney Ivania—the distric
to embrace the (ountiesof Huntingdon
Blair, Cambria, Clinton, Centre, Clear
field, Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, Frank
lin, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Dauphin
Snyder and Union. The bill provide
for an expenditure of 1100,000 for th
purchase of a site, and the commence
ment of work on the building. The sit
is to consist of not iess than fifteen acre
Of ground to be selected by a board <>
thirteen commixeioners. The peniten
tiary is to have an accommodating ca
pacity of about 500.
This institution could be favorably h
cated in Centre county, for all the coun
ties mentioned, on account of our rail
Congress passed a resolution for tin
wholesale investigation of all the dr
part merits. The republicans bitterl
opposed it, evidently for the reason th*
there are a prea' many things that they
do not wish exposed.
New York city lor the last two weekr
has been exci ed over tbe marriage o
Mr. Lord a millionaire, aged over 80, 1
a dashing widow, Mrs. Hicks, aged 4(
Lord's eons want to make bim out in
sane, in order to kt ep the property, bu
tbe happy couple can not be found sinct
the nuptials, and the lawyers are expect
ing a fat job.
Kansas farmer? est ma e corn a 15 cents
a bushed, a wh b pr. t t t .heaper fuel
than coal oi voo .
H nntntu has bees devastated by a
The Ul annual Teachers' Institute, ot
Centre county, com mem e.t in the court
house Dec. "o, IKT7,
In the absence of the tegular Seo'jr,
P.O. Stiver wast loclodE-c* jprotcni.attd
It. E. Wvtrich v tiosen as 101 l del It, anvt
Mr. J. iVlong, treasurer.
\n adores* WHS delivered on History
by Pn£ U.K. Iltiy.
A coiumntee on criticism was then
appointed, vi* Messrs. Roiiti. taut
bridge, Mia*. 1., Guthuin und Miss. rs.
In the evening Supt. Meyri introduc
ed I'rot. Smith, ut State t Ullage, ho dv
hvrrcd an instructive mbtuss Mt t item*
vioduesday -opened by prayer and
music, when the subject ut music was
treated upon by C. 1.. vr*mly.
A discussion was then had upon the
subject whether School Hoards should
lurntah pupils with books I'mt. Krts-,
ot v entre Hall, tmik up the sut* c.i ui
Object lasreous, wnd treated it iu very
intelligent ami able iimtitu r.
Wednesday evening tlie upciti!cud
cut intrmtiueii Col. \ E.Seltt r, **[ I h
anon, who lectured upon the subjevt,
What 1 know atsmi money, i'lie ictuit
Wsvs tiUUiorousatid witty and listened to
with great attention.
Thursday was otwued by piayer and
music. Alter Miuid uiscusaloll on su!*
lects of prev tous MWIUII W..S had. I'IOI.
Meyer, tnlr\stuivt .. s. l.tuiaiitt*ui
. .I '.tie kulttowu Normal s* h*. i iod*
live red a lecture on Memory and iu Cul
t'rof. v. \V. l'orttiey, of I'cntis \ alley
.Institute, Ceutre ltlt, w> next tutro
duced aud lev lureel U|*oU o
urammar. Mr. Eortney treatment ti
nis subject showed that Ue thoroughly
uuderelcsKl it, auvl Lis remarks weit
J. 11. liankin, of Bellefonte, gave in
strucUotia in reading.
In the afternoon Prof. Ermantrout lec
lured upon Ely uiology and the culturv
of Memory. Sup'l Mevcr then took u|
die subject of Grammar, diluting uimti
sentence making follovvcl l>v t'roi bvirt
nev ujKvn the same subject. In the even
me l'rof Eriiiaiitrv>ut leciuted ou tin
Arts of Memory.
Friday. opened with thctisuai servicv.-
when t'rof. Ermantrout again took i (
ii> subject of Etymology, loi lowed by
t'rof Eortney in illustrating his method
ofteaching Grammar by a practical drill
with a class, which called forth some
In the afternoon another lecture form
f'rof. Ermantrout on "Metliods for form
ing synopses," which seemed greatly to
interest the teachers.
Brut S. L. Stiver, of New V. rk city
formerly a regular correspondent of th
Heporter, was introduced by bup't Meyer
viivt addressed some well tiiue.l rt inark.-
rothe members of the insiituie.
An election ofottuers was then hcht,
vis: Committee ou permanent i-erufi
atcs Miss ti. A. Wood, Mis.- It E. Town
.ng, F. E. Jameson, > K. E-merivk rul
C. L. Gram ley. Vice Presivlents, J. It.
tlaukin anil Miss Sadie Caldwell. Sec'y,
J. 11. IVlong.
The committee of resolutions there :
tpon reported laudatory of the County
Normal; indorsing the tu vv state N *r
nal at Lock Haven; favoring the turn
shing of books to pupils by nhoul
•oards. favoring fine for tion-atiemtance
ipon institute; thanks to Betieionte foi
ts hospitality ; thanks for the music .
hanks to tlie gentlemen named above
or their lectures, endorsing the fchoo!
Journal; in favor ot the tvaipcrauct'
•ause, and also the following:
Rftolctd, That we have lost none of
he good opinion heretofore expressed
:f our ex-offivio head, Prof. 11. Meyer.
His ability, aval and energy in all tlie
luties pertaining to his office have been
inexceptionable, and entitled him to
aubtic recognition : we j*ass him on for
nis reward—a re-election.
The attendance of teachers was oue of
the largest yet had, and altogether the
Institute was a success.
IYOMEX IS THE SESA TE.
In the U.S. Senate, on 10, the women
•suffrage tramps got a deserved rebuke.
We copy from the proceedings:
I'ebate then ensued on the proposal
10 admit women to the floor of the sen
ile to argue woman suffrage in accord
tnce with a resolution submitted by Mr.
Mr. Thurman opposed the proposed
iction and asserted that some woman
uad said at Lincoln hall that they would
wrry the senate , by God . "M cy be they
will," said Mr. Thurman, "but it will
ong after some of the old fogies arc out
>f the chamber." [l-aughtcr.] He did
not wish to l>e understood as wanting in
respect for these ladies, but he was free
;o confess that the wouian who sat at
oer fireside and took iwre of her chil
dren, was rather more resjKrctahle in his
mind than the woman who threatened
to carry the seniite. (Bv God
Mr. Sargent moved to fill the blank so
hat the senate should hold a session on
Saturday, January 12. to hear the advo
ates of the sixteenth amendment and
hat they should be allowed two hours
o present their views. Messrs. Ed
munds and Howe opposed the resolu
ion and Mr.Sargent favored it. It was
hen rejected— yeas, 13;nays.31.
Now then let these women go home
md nurse their babies, do their mend
tig and darning, learn to bake good
■read and get up a decent meal, and at
end to such other household duties ns
to them may belong.
According to the Morning I'atriot.of 15,
he legislative dead lock at Harriiburg is
ot broken. Ittays:
By the deciaire vote of tO7 to 56 the
Vu>e last night rejected the report of the
•oinmittee of contcrer.ee on the order oi
■uaineta. The report of the commute.
** worse at a compromise than the origi
a! action of the senate inasmuch at i' at
umed that the house was concerned about
nithing but the pe. ia! and Wat brl on
he calender. After the lota of two week,
t the session cau-ed by the obstructive
j>urte of tb# senate the bou>o could (ol
ecade from ita well grounded position.
The house has maintained its dignty at
:o-ordinate b-ianch of the legislature. It
la* at the same time rebuked the pr. ten
don that its rules of procedure under the
:institution are subject to review by any
Mr. Speaker Myer has also received a
illing rebuke for his mode of selecting a
-omniittee o( conference to lend the bnute
nto a surrender >f its position. He hs-
Mscovered that that kink ola trick doe
tot work with a legislative body that res
•ecta iu own character. The speaker is
he organ of the house. lie is "the eye>
ind ears of the bouse." Bui Mr. Speaker
Vlyer sought to put bis fii.ger into it- eye*
end ears, and his attempt has been repe! I
•d by nearly a two third vote. Tiro les
ion ought to be of use to h'ra for tho re
nainder of the session.
Great Damage Done in Several
States—High Rivers —Bridges
Richmond, Vs.. January 11 —The hoary
ains the past two days caused another rm
o the rivers. The bridge ovc S aunloi
ivrr, on the Richmond <fc Danville road
ust replaced, was again isvt nwsy, th>-
nitd time in two months- T he iron t ridg.
ver the same river on the Virginia A
)*nville road, was also washed away
I'his bridge wys destroyed during tin
rent flood in November, and just repine
•d. The Roanoke river at VVeldon, S. C
* vary high and the waiar is rising si* t.
ight inches per hour. The railroai
•ridges at that point are threatend.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. January 11 —A
.eavy snow storm occurred in Delawari
ounty last night. The snow is nearly
wo feet deep. Telegraph lines are down
'rom Eastern Dutchess reports show
• early a foot of snow.
A MILLION DOLLAR FIRE IN LON-
London, January 12.—One oftbe'nrgo*t
ires for many years tic* U red o day on
lie corner of Friday and Walling leets
t originated in the warehouse ol Crocker,
sons Jt Co,, cslico printers. N<>< 82 to 87
Watling street. The wi>o block was ai
•ne time threatened, Jhe less was over
Itisieiarked of the xverage Chicago
o uple : "Two souls with but a ingle
thought—how to gat rid of iac.i othtr."
START! ISO, IF TJil'F.
Honors'Uh-hurd IVylor, in th* North
Atueiit .m Levi \v, mukt the following
Aftir HID buttle* *<f Chlckmnaugu, in
IMI l, I mint vv a* pi emoted tot lt>
ctiuiißiind oftbe armies of the Dialed
Stiff* ami call* <1 to \Va-hitigton. Inl
onilktoniM lit the AN ar Office l*etwcon
i int. i i,-iilciii Lincoln itud HwrcUn
SiaiiUui tlu< approaching campaign in
Virginia was discussed. Grant said the
ml* am t> ou Richmond should In* made
l>i the Juntos river It mm replied that
tin* government required the Interpoii
i ion ol mi army l*t•'n Lee and \\ ash
• ugton, mid wouht not consent at tluit
iati< Jay to tin* adoption of a |>lan tliut
m'HUlii la? tanfii by tin* public a* a con*
es-ion of previous error, Grant obser
ved lu* was ituiilit*rent a* to route** but
if the government preferred Ha own so
often tried to the one lie suggested. it
HI list l*e prepared for the additional !>>*
of one liuiitlreii thotmand men. The
men re promined, liraut accepted the
gov eriiUiental plan of campaign andwim
-upported to Hit eud. the above ratue
to me well authenticated und I have no
.iouht ot tt.s cur rectnesa.
li it IK* true that, sooner than appear
*s following in tlie footsteps ot Mcl'lel
inn to "avoid confession of a previoua
error" Lincoln aud Mautoii refused to
ale the .lames River route, and prefer
red rather to sacrifice a hundred tlioua
uid men, thev may t>e fairly classed tor
hey have won the title to be considered
.lie bun lo rs of historv !
.Si.R.t/e.vN OA tltil..
A few week*ago ileury Ward lteechcr
lellvrreUu lengthy M tiuou on "Hell,'
■iinl scorned tlie ulea u! there being mn h
a tiui i tote place a* pictured out in the
.nolo. And a lew days ago V anon Ear-*
...i tlclive-rc*d two serine, us npun the
—me suujcvt, in which tie argued at
.real length ugauist licit and said that
.in* wuru uuglit to t>e hit out of the
Oibie altogether, lie ouly dues not waul
.u gel riu ut me word bell, but also ut
.tie wof us damnation and everlasting, as
.ppbeU to punishment alter death,
turse catiUidde,Uraltuuaot two ot the
greatc-l divines living are certainly very
.aiuuti; lu fttttli ol Us Alto have tiol giv*
eti tin* uojevt any Ihought.
lOiiu our yunih, we ull have been
laugbl the existence ut a "lake that
iuiuiiu with lire and br.uistone," and
•tut a theologian has tur yeais dared to
• jucsuou the uou-cxislvuce ul sin li a
tiurriblu place, The doctrine ttial ever*
.aatthg damnation awa .s Hie ue.dh ol
tne wicked baa bad a tendeucy to re
strain ltiany trout vuntttmuug vanuua
. times and aided woudcTluliy in ealah
iistiu.g the cliUrelies, the New t uf
*uu ui the '-'Jd ull., in commenting upon
Cation tartar's sermons says :
"It, thelelore. VoU el.pui.ge tile Words
hell, damnation and everiosaug iTom
.ue th hie, and sub&lllU' v, us C anon bar
rir proposes, mure agreeable terms, su fc
aestlte ot limited pUUlallU.chl ut Simple
schooling lor eteruui Intt'piiiess, VoU
change essentially the labrw ol Christi
anity. It tlie words we have been ac
customed to use to desert lH* tlie late ot
die wicked are, as Canon l airar says,
nilstratislalious, which uuglit hut to
stand any lunger in otir English Bible,
iiicn it wilt become necessary to revise
the old creeds so that they snail tiereat
icrtra.ii I uiveraahsm. illicit is not a
place ul everlasting punishment, but
only a temporary slate ol correcting and
purification, the orthodox scheme ut sal
>aiiuh is based on lalsohood and must
speedily go to pieces, ilie startling re
luarka ot Canon Farrar become of great
significance when we remember thut
they were addressed to the learned doc>
tors who are now engaged in Westminis
ter Abi v in revising the English Bible
Hid tbe speaker utter their coiivicUonsaa
well as fits own, and foreshadow what
(hey are going to do? It bits long beeu
conceded thai the riper t hol.trsfiip now
available could Improve the version of
the Script urea made by King Jaurc's
translators, l'he work ot revision, there
fore, began several years ago, though
many ocvout men feared that the result
of it would be to imperil the old rever
ence in the Holy Book. It is well
known that the textual revision alone is
likely to c-tlcct some important changes,
(verba;* resulting in the excision of pas
sages consecrated in 'he memory of
Christians; but we first hear that the
scholars of Westminister may take the
old-fashioned hell out of tbe Bible and
write away eternal damnation. This is
soiuetnuig to set English and American
orthodox Protestants thinking very seri
ously. Are they prepared to give up the
old laiilt.Hiid to accept that of Univer
•uiliHUi? Moreover, what is to t>e the ef
fect oil men of the dissipation of a doc
trine s<> long laught and so jowerful in
its appeal to the mind?
THAIS IVKECKER CO.WICIEIh
Harrisburg, Va., Jan. 18"$.—In the
case of toe Commonwealth against Kt
tenger for wrecking the Baltimore and
Ohio Hailrogil train the jury, after twen
ty-four hours' deliberation, found the
prisoner guilty of murder in the second
degree and fixed the term of his im
prisonment in the Penitentiary at eight
teen years. Most of the evidence was
purely circumstantial, but |vointed inevi
tably to the guilt of the prisoner. Public
excitement ran high, as two lives had
been lost and it was the third attempt
in that neighborhood to throw trains off
(tie track. Great credit is due to the
iieohle in the neighborhood and the rail
road company for energy in seeking the
Behold the efiect of democratic rule.
New York state has reduced her debt
from f >2.000,000 in 1806 to 510.000.000 in
1877. The reduction last ver amount
ed to 112,000,000. Ho much for the re
forms introduced and carried int > prac
tical o;>cra: ion by the democratic ad
ministrations of that common wealth
On the other hand the debt of
i hnse'te, which, with the exception of
Gov. Gaston'sniiigle (crru, bita been tin
ier unbr-.ken republican rule, bun been
increased t'r<>rn $i9,000,000 iu 1860 to $33,*
500,000 in 18*7.
Senator Gordon, of Georgia, is forty
-ix years old; his grandfather was a
Revolutionary soldier; at the battle of
Sharpsburg a bullet went through the
Senator's left cheek ; altogether he wa*
hit by seven bullet's, lie is the |>olitii-sl
hero of Georgia, and according to Red
field, "Gordon has war record and lotsol
it, so much so that a little more would
iiuve been all record and no Gordon."
Once more the French republic has
been confirmed by the popular vote ;and
it is now evident that the monarchical
parties will not be able to retain their
majority in the Senate beyond tiiis year.
The elections throughout France last
-unday tor Municipal Councillors, who
■re among the electors of Senators, show
iiat the Republican tide is rising higher
haii ever. Only four out of the eighty
Councillors elected in l'aris are anti-Re
publican; and the party of the republic
not only carried nearly all the other
great cities of France, but made gains
imong the peasantry, who, according to
George Sand, arc the soundest part of the
French people. By numberless signs, it
nas been made evident,during the last
few months, that President Mac.Mulion
could not, by any possibility, have car
ried on the Government according to the
principles of Do Broglic and De Four
ril E HOARD OF A LDERMEN RE
COMMEND THE RELEASE
Mew York, Jan. 4.—ln the Board of
Vldermen this afternoon, a resolution wa
•dopted declaring that greater benefit
•.nilil be gained by the discharge of Wm.
♦l. Tweed than by his longer detention,
md recommending the Attorney (ieneral
ind corporation counsel to release him af
••r securing such property as he now pos
essed. and after taking means to secure
bis testimony necessary in any suit* that
•night hereafter be brought by the city.
TROUBLE BETWEEN SI AM AND
A letter from Colonel T. W. Knox, dat
id Singapore, December 0, says :—The
iiame*e are putting their forts, ships and
rmy in lighting condition in anticipation
•I trouble with China. A large force ol
nen is orking on the forts at the mouth
I'the M eii am River.
Crual N. w York Herald rays since the
hird time* began many young men have
b-en ei te ing the ministry. The number
i • c i.sia .tiy incrMsing, and it is believed,
in th i tu'a! districts, that by this time
nex- yctr the shortcakes ai d preserved
quiuce crop will be entiraly exhausted.
\\ e have received a copy of the annual
report ol tln< Auditor Ifenural on tho
Itntncri ol IhuStHtO to tho dual year he
(inning Prceiwbcr I, anil ending
Mim in ber 1-0. 1577
•Summary of the Hvcei|>U
Til* following it a summitry ol tho re
co.pts of iho State Troiuury fioin Dm > m
bar I, IKd, l i November thi, 1 >77, ii;e!u
Land* J> 3.1M4 62
lax i'n Corporation slock Dunn aww it
lux on coal companies.. 482,114 n 0!
i'n on personal property Xc.'.-l'.'i l*
lax on hank stock iit'4,2i7 8^
fax on net earning* or incoitto II <■'. >til
Ta* on loan* ltk,l it 112
tax on gr. ss receipt* ...... 74,40524
Lx on ko u preiuiuin* y.OSI Ik-
Tax on R<u|>ngr l,fi2U(W|
l*X oil logs. MlMllj
l ax on writs, a ill*, deads etc 1 A'. KM < l
I ax on certain otttce* 2,tkM ts
Notary public commlationi.... i,UUI OU
ttonu* on i hat ter*. 516 IM "7
Korean insurance cotnpaniex. &UI NB7 17
Commutation of ton ago tax... tui.WVUU
I'otlataial inheritance tax IKB.lfift TO
Alleg lonv Valley Railroad
Company, interest on houd*. llf'tßOH
Al.egl.ouy \ ailey Railroad
C. lupany. bond redeemed. . KW.tXXI UU
Annuity ol ri|(tit o! w u y lu,t\<<>
Accrued Inlcreat 21,3 'i 1*
lev. Ifum the public officer*... 20,884 ii'J
Geological survey..... ..... 'Jtxi 111
Kschoat* 3,321 o7
Pennsylvania archive* IU ii 6
Retailer* iicenc# 3111,221 hi
tavern Ucenae* 381,180 ul*
I neatre, circu*. etc-license*... 2,808-j
Kiliiard room, e 0., iicenae* lI.tWW
Eating house, etc license* dt.tii'.i l*e
Distiller*, and brewers' li
cense*..... 1 l.axej i>3
IVddlvr* license...... S,M'i M
Broker*' licenses 12,421 f6
t'alenl medicine licenses 6,4,-1 76
Miller*' license* 768 60
Pamphlet law* „ 71" 27
Auctioneer*' 1icen5e5.......... 14,082 94
Elites and hirteiiuio*.... 38 46
I'i.claimed deposits ...... 62
."-aiu ol public property ...- 880 fio
Kelunded casti 1,810 98
Nw 6 per cent, loan 8,271,083 77
I uited Malt s Government .... 68,4.<.i0l
Total receipt $ 14,86.1,6u2 44
summary of the Payments.
Ttie following U a luminary of the pay
ment* tuado a', the Male Treasure from
December 1, D7t> to November 30, 18*7,
lip lu-ive :
Expenses oftsoveroment _51,213,2"ti 31
Coiiiiiiitsiuuert of the Sinking
Fund H. 169,667 76
Interest on loan* 1,818,714 Id (
Common school* —.... ta.ri,7uy 83 j
.-o.dtei*' orphan* school* u7i,l*-4 4>.
I'tiarilahle liislituliona bi l, ,6tf7 oiij
I'elisinns and jjratuitle* 46 213 00!
Mditia expense* BJX7tUB'
It int. in ttie anthracite coal re
gion* ........ t,366|>ij
Rut* 77.171 7v
>iate Library H.'.UIUH
tt..rd ot l'ardon* 3,872 4 .
1 entenmai E*poiuon„ 316,484 li!
t'enntyleania Kitard of Can
tonnial Manager* 4,WW 78
td*e using for prupotalt 14,6690b
Stationery, fuel, etc 5d.612 84
; Society 6 456 lb
i'ublic building* and ground* 16,31b V
>cat of tiovernnient lb,"^l6or
tloUr* of Refuge _ 43,6t4) i*
| I'eniteniiane* db,473 76
K.'ard ol Fublic Charities. 6,3ttlth'
Mechanics' High School of
Pennvlvama 479 l* l
i llart .r Master Philadelphia. 6,7.'1
PM M arden, Philadelphia. .
Inspec tor* of coal inice# 27,7'. 67
Oinienmal mihury anramp-
I rnetit 3,943 36
| Pennsylvania archive* 6,(MHO
Municipal Camtnissun of
Penotylvania '.'.'AO to
Damages and old claims 2 S6U 00
Amawi of bank *ti>ck 16*M3 87
M ercantile appraiser* 2,.'i<*3 S6
Special commitston*.... 17,016 46
Counsel fee* and commission* yooo
Cnited States tiovernment—
Total payment* .313,482,463 19
TEN* THOUSAND TP EES GUARD
ING Sill PR A PA.-SSI KKKN
DKKTO THE RUS
SL Petersburg. January 10 —The (Iran J
Duke Nicholas hat telegraphed the fal
lowing to the emperor from L ivitcba,
January 9 : "I am happy to congratulate
your atsjety upon a brilliant victory
gained this day. General KadeUky hai,
alter desperate fighl.ng, captured the
whole Turkuh army defending the Ship
ka pass, coat.org fforty-one battalltont,
ten batteries and one regiment of cevelry.
Prince Minky bat occupied Kexanlik.
General Skobeleff hold* Shipka."
(The latest advice* by mail itated ib;
the Turkith army defending the tontfco n
exit to the Sbipka pass was estimated at
10,tWO men only, and the number of pri*-
oner* taken will probably not be found
greater than that, a* there ii not now a
batallion in the active Turkish army'
which approach*-* it. strength the WO tner.
reprwenied by the word on paper But
it if not altogether a queilion of the num
ber of pritoner* taken. The Sbipka pan
a* shown by the desperate con Act* of iast
summer, can be stubbornly defended by •
very (mail number, and the clearing of
lb# pa** from all Turkish force* i* in lUeli
a gr<at achievement ]
EXTENT OF KADETZKY S VICTO
A Correspondent at Vienna stater tint ■(
Scbipka Piu, the Rusian> captured 28,
OUU men, 1.000 horses, 12 mortari, 12 siege
guns anJ (At field guns Tba Cossacks
bate cut the Yamboli Railway.
Bilgrair, January 11.— NUb surrender
ed tbia moring in consequence of tlir
capture by tt.>rm yaaterday and Wednea
dy of (Joritza Venik, and all other
heights commanding the fortress of the
town. Fgi ting haa lasted five day* Tbe
Servian !•>• it considerable.
Ceiiinje, January 11.—Anlivari surren
dered unconditionally to the Montene
Athens, January 11.— It 1* asserted that
an insurrection in Macedonia is immi
A dispatch from Berlin says Russia it
negotiating with the other Baltic powers,
for the purpose of prohibiting war vessels
of non Baltic powers from entering that
A Panic In Constantinople.
A special from Constantinople says Rus
sian* have occupied Kski Saghra and Zoni
Sagbra, culling off tbe Turkish army.
This report is apparently duo to a panic in
Several special dispatches announce the
garrison of Nish, which surrendered to
the Sorvians numbered 8,000, with 90 ran- !
non, 2,000 rifles and a number of flags. i
London, January, 13.—A special
dispatch from Tatar-Bazarrijik says:!
"The Turks have burned the towu of
Ichtiman and intend to bum TatAr-
Bazardjik and other towns in the To
poluitza and Gyopsa valleys." The
Cossacks have cut the Jambolt rail
road south of the Balkans.
Germany and Italy have informed
Turkey that i/ oho permit* Kngland
to take her fleet to Constantinople
that they will also ask perraiason to
take their fleet through the Darda
nelles. A crisis is at hand.
London, January 14.—The Turk* claim
that their fleet ba bombarded and de
frayed the porta of Kuyertoria and Yalta,
in the Crimea.
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Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 2—A frightened
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VICTOR EMMANUEL DEAD.
I'iiuco 11 umbcit i'roclaiiiieil Victor
Ktiitnauuera Ruccettur to
lire lbrt ue.
l.tipdoß, .Innu.try 9. The king of Italy!
died at 2.60 o'clock thi* morning
Koine, J miliary b—Evoning in Ilia af
ternoon ta. lament* were ndmiuislerad to
King \ ictor Kmanuei, who loceived lite
puest with glint serenity. Tho king then
summoned Prince Humbert, the heir ap
pmont and Ills wile, Primes Mmgerutu,
lo Ins bedside, with whom he conversed a
lew moment* Aftei wards the military
eruption* tucremed. The king then sum
moned all lho*e who were in the habit ot
approaching him. lie nddtrttrd lo each
one present a lew winds and u lew tno
tnetil* alter died. The hew* o| his death
Minn spread through the city and caus
ed greet emotion among the people. All
jtho shops ware ciotod. Princo Humbert
| was pruclaintrd king (of Italy lie con
rlriiit-d llie present uimiltrr* in their
! (Victor Emmanuel, the iirsl king of re
nnilsd Italy, is dead, and Humbert, hi*
eldest son, reign* m in* ned- Horn ou
the 14th l March, IH2M, the son ott'liarlrr
Albert, king or (Sardinia, and t'uren Ther
r*a, daughter i t b erdlliaud. grand l>ukr
ofTuseanx, lie received at hi* btrlb the,
urines i t Marie Albert Eugene Ferdinand
Thoinox,to which ** sub*ei|Uei)tly pro
filed the name under which lie Wielded
the *rrptre, hit el (Sardinia ai d then of
ilalv. lie received a careful and elabo
rate education in science and the art of war,
and while passing under the title of duke
ol tiavoy, was tnartied on the 12tb ol
April, lnt'2, lo his own ccusin, tho Arch
iui he** Adelaide, wi Autlria, who died
January 20, l"4fi ]
ROME IN DEEP MOURNING FOR
THE LOS> OF THEIR KING.
London, January II —A correspondent
in Rome telegraph* that the death of K ing
V ictor Emmanuel has created a profound
scnsat.oii throughout Italy, and the most
unmistakable evidence* of genuine *or
row are manifested by*all classes. Route
>t in deep mourning. The national ilsg*
i are draped in block throughout lb# city,
and the ps pie appear lo regard the death
of the first king of United Italy a* a na
Prince A made u*. ex King ef Spain, and
the Prim eof Carlg .ano x isilcd the " f
iaal yesterday, and remained in the mor
tuary chamber, in company with King,
Humbert, for twenty minutes Allsbow-I
ed signs of deep feeling, but King Hum
bert's emotion was particularly noticea
j Home, January 11 —King Humbert I,
iba* ordered the Italian C url to go it.,
| mourning six months. It is taid Humbert |
though origins!!y in favor ofTurin, i now j
(disposed to agree to Victor Emmanuel *
j being interred in Rome, but will consult:
Mgiii-r Manimi intend* to introduce a !
hill in Parliament appointing the | anlbe-j
Lin a* tlie future burial place of the Suroy j
The King'* Lal Woiiii Hdalive to
The Fanfulia report* that Victor Em !
luanuel said on hit deathbed "1 have,
always felt an affection and deference to*,
wards the Pope. If 1 have paraonally dia-j
pUased him, 1 am orry, but m all toy.
acts, 1 have aiwsys hai the consciousness
ol having fuitEcd uiy duties as a citiaenj
and prince, and of never having commit-1
tsd anything contrary to reiigi-m.''
Arrival of Man lev.
Henry M. Stanley, the Afncan explor
er, arrived here 10-dsy. A urcdal %bich
had been decreed to him by the late Kingi
was privately presented.
A WONDRRFUL CLOCK.
The Reading Esgle.
In Mrngvl building is now on exhibi-!
tioo, in all probability, the rtn-tt wonder-;
ful clock in the world. It wat built by
Eiiephen D. Ei.gie, a watchmaker at IJa |
'aicton. lie t* abc-ut forty-five year* of!
age, and sit about twenty years in per-,
lecttng the cluck. Mr. livid paid Englej
3-6 I<lo f. rit Kngle never saw the Stras-'
burg clock. Intact, he hat not travelled'
more than "AO mile* from home at any:
time. Thi* clock itand* eleven feel high.;
A l the base it U at ut four feel wide, and
at the top ab> ut two It ■ about three,
feel deep at the be, gradually let* U-j
ward* the top, It* color* are dark brown
and gold. The Straburg clock I* thirty!
feel high, yet it* michan.sm is not *o intri
cate nor ha* it n- many figure* a* the Ha*
!clon clock The Mrasbuig clock'* fig
ure* are about three fret high, and the
American clock about nine inches. Three
minute* before hour a pipo organ inside
the clcck play* an anthem. It hat five
tunet. Hell* aro then rung, and when the
hrur i* struck double door* in an alcove
iopen, and a figure of Jesus appear*.
, Double door* to the lett open and the
a pottle* appear tiowly, one by one tn pro
ci-siion. A* ihry appear and pas* Jetut
they turn tbward* him, Joins bow*, the
apott c lurnt agsin and proceed* through
the double door* in an alcove oatberighr
A* Peter apprciachet, Satan lock* out of a
window above and tempt* him. Five
time* the devil appear*, and when Peter j
patter, denying Christ, t' o cock flap* its'
wing* and crow*. When Judat appears!
Satan come* down from hi* window aou,
follow* Judas out tn tho procession, and
then gov* back up to bia place to watcb
Judas. appearing on both aider. As the
procession hat patted, Juda* and tlie '.htee
Mary* ditappear and the doora arc closed
The acene can be repeated teveti tiuiea in
an hour if necessary, and the natural mo
tion of clock produce* it four tunes per
bour, whereas toe >tra*turg procession i*
made but once a day. at twelve o'clock.
t>eU.w the plaza it the main dial, about
thirteen inches in diameter. To it right
ii n figure ot Time, with an hour g! •**
Above tfii# is a window, at which there
' appear figuret, ropreteniing youth, man
| hood and old age. To tbe led of the dial
it a skeleton representing ffcalb. When
the hour hand approach** the first quarter
Time rcvcrtca bia hour-glass and strikes
one on a bell with bia tcyibo, when anolh
l bell inaide rwpiudi ; then Childhood ap
i pear* instantly. Wben tho bour band up-
I proacbrt tbe second quarter or half bour,
there are beard the stroke* of two bell#.
I Then youth appears and tbe organ plays a
hymn. After ihi* Time striken two and|
reverses his hour glass, when two bells re
spond inside. One minute after this a
chime ot bells i* beard, when a folding
door opens in the upper porch and one at
the right of the court, when the Saviour
comes walking out.. Then the apostle* ap
pear in procession. The clock also tells
of tho moon's changes, the tides, the sea
sons, days, and day of tho month and
year, and the signs of tho zodiac ; and on
the top a soldier in armor is constantly on
guard, walking backward and forward
As the hours advance, Manhood, Old Age
and death take part in the panorama.
[BLOODY FIGHT A MONO INDIANS
A bloody fight took place tome days ago
on the ioullt side of Red River, in the Pan
Handle of Toxas, between hunting parties
of Cheyenne, Pawnee and Arapahoe In
dians. Thirty Cheyennes and twelve Paw
nee* are said to have been killed ; the loss
ofthe Arapahoes is not stated. The cause
of tho fight was trespa*f by the Pawnee* 1
on the hunting ground of tho Cheyennet.
A VERY GREAT GENERAL.
From the London Fun.
First Swell. 1 say, Plevna lias f^Rsn.
Second ditto. Ya an, so I see.
First Swell. Great bio* to tha—ah—the
Second ditto. To the ah, y.aa—the YYus
First Swell. Yn as. Ifu was their
pwincipal general, 1 believe.
Second ditto. Yji-ad. something of tbe
sort; but >*oaily, 1 don't twoublo to wead
about tbe waw. Tt's too much.
First Swell, Quite awfully 100 much,
woftlly ; only everybody's saying Plevna's I
fallen, you know ; and it's fashionable.
Second di'to. Ya-a* Come to my
clambers. Got some donaid fine Chart*
weuse. Come over. A pwesent. Come
along, old fdlah.
Fin,t Swell. All wight. I suppose old
Plevna was u vewy gweat gweat gvuewal,
else they wouldn't have made such a doo
sid fuss about him.
in l?fiifmlc('f>lua umcU'
to earn a ficoti rmiite
nuikiiuj O P>l LV
Kb- iftU i^ar
S(M and run ning oirr
liliU fftai k'ind cj xifcMinq
/fiat then andl)m6 mag
DEPEND ON f
freme w ,t* eXTK
M W*B mee.
STOVES! HEATERS! RANGES!
Hardware! Hardware!! Hardware!!!
WILSON A M'FARLANE, 1 ,
Have jual received and placed on Exhibition and Sale, at their Store* no lea*
Fifty-Three Varieties and Styles of Cook and Parlor Stoves,
Single and Double Heater*, Portable Range*, Ac., embracing a", the latett
improvement*, newe*t make*, style* and novelties in the market, combining
all the detirable qualities, aucb a* beauty, durability,convenience and econo
my. They haw the only l'ortable Range* that will bake in BOTH OVhNS
foreale in the county. ENTIRELY NEW.
Every Store WARRANTED iu every particular.
LOWEST PRICE and aatufaction guaranteed.
Our stock of
Hardware, Tinware, Oils, Pure Leads,
and PAINTS cannot be excelled for variety, quality and chjapneai.
EVERYBODY IS REQUESTED TO CALL whether wiabiog to pur
chase or not.
Special Bargains for Cash Buyers !
I2jul tf WILSON A McFARLANE, Hume.' Block, Bellefonte.
/03 ALL nas? CLASS
Pianos, Organs A Sewing Machines
CALL AT THE STORE ROOM OF
BITtfNSL AND AIKENS,
Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Penn*a,
THE PLACE TO GKTGF.NCINE
.YPPIIIPS. Oil Attachmpn Parts,
For All Kind* of Sewing Machine*.
Second hand InttrunienU and Sewing Machine* taken in eich*n* far New
One*. Second for Sale, from S-VOO m S2O 00. Machine* to rent.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
n<* TOSVU IN " MA< HlNKS*renutol Mnr. hrin* them to BUNNELL A
AiKKNS. and have them theroufhly adjuled by a practical Mechanic. Sat
SHEET MI'SIC AND MUSIC INSTRUCTORS ALWAYS ON HAND.
racefrttf B?mTib n .rSi r &. on# d °" n dd,eM on
RUNNEL A AIKENS
EASTALLEGHENY ST., BELFTE.
A new, complete Hardware Store hat
been opened by the undersigned in Cen
tre Hall, where he Is prepared to tell ail
kind* of Building and House Furnishing
Hardware. Nail*. Ac.
Circular and Hand Saw*, Tennon Saws,
Webb Saws, Clothes Hacks, a full assort
ment of Glass and Mirror Plata Picture
Frames, Spokes, Fallo t, and Hubs, tabic
Cutlery, Shovels. Spade* and Fork*,
Lock*, Hinges. Screws, Sash Spring*!
Horse-Shoes, Nails, Norway Hods, oils,
Tea Bells, Carpenter T 0 l(, Paint, Varn
Pictures framed in the finest style.
Anything not on hand, ordered upon
Mr Remember, all goods offered cheap
er than elsewhere.
The udersigned respectfully announce*
her New Dressmaker* Establishment in
tbe house lately 'vui4m bf John H. Mil
ler. All kind* of family sawing neatly
done. Charges reasonable. Hoping to
merit the patronage of the people of Ceo*
tre Hail and vicinity by turning out neat
and durable work. Mas. Heaver SMITH
W M. P.M'MAN US. Attorney at-law
Deiieiooie, Fa Office with Ja*
Mr Mann*. e*o IKjuUf
DF. FORTNEY Attorney at Law
Bellefonto, Pa. Office over Rev-,'
nold* bank. lfmay'fio'
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ITTMMEI TIME TABLE.
OtuSiltar SUNDAY. Mar IS. W7T. the train, on
tb. Philadelphia A Krta iuilml Dublin wUI ran a
KRIK MAILIwn Philadelphia ItSSpm
liarrlaburg 4 SS a IB
I " " MonUadoa (lita
" " Wiillaouport t Si. m
- k°*k Havaa I*. a
Saab,. id ss . pi
•' rr .t Krt. 7 Si p m
NIAGARA KX.lsaraa Phila. "Wan.
" " Harrlsbnrg 10 So, m
.rr.t Willi.nuport lIU p m
" Look Karon ISS p n
PAST LIKE Imvm Phtlad.lphU ItSu.ui
fUnbkwa S So p m
" MwlwSm SIS pa
" aft. WUlUawwart TMpia
" " Lock M ran Sop u>
PACIFIC XX. Imth Look It*too S St . a
- " WiUiam.port U.a
" " MoaUndoa SM. w
" UTS. H.rrliburg It SS. IB
** " Philadelphia S tip w
DAY XX. Io.TM Robot. 10 10 . bi
Lock 11. ton II Wan
'• " WiUtenttport llpa
" " MonUadoa Itlpa
" rf at Harrisburf 4 Id p m
" •• Philadelphia 7 SBp it.
Kftl X MAIL laare. Konot. S SS p m
" Lock Haras t44p at
'• wait.a apart Hot pat
" " M int. nd on 11 IS am
" art at Hani share lUtn
" Philadelphia 700 am
FAST LINE lears. Wi11,...,.p0rt 13S4.ni
" art at Marrri.burf 4 SB.
" art at PbtladolpbTa 7SS a a
KHo MaU WuSjrMfr. Rx Wat, Look Bam Ac
oommudaUoa W.tf and Dajr Kipresa Raatmak, oloaa
clus,l conoaotuab St WUUatwq>m with g C B W train.
Krt# Mail Waal, i..r. Kxaraas Waat, and Da X .
J;""' " k * o, °" aoetloo at Look Haraa with B X
V RR trains.
*. rt J 1 *•"* ooenact at Xrin with train,
on LR A W 8 RR. .1 Com with O U A A V RR. ul
YAP RR, .ad at Driftwood with |
Parlor ear. will rw 1 botwoon Philadelphia and Wll |
lUmaport 00 Nlawar I Kx. Woat, Kria Fx. M. Phtla
deij'inx titiren Km t.and L>sy Kx. Kut and hundsj * I
Ft rut. Bl—piny ;*xson aifaiyfat tralß*. %
WM A b A LOWm f
J Of—til PipfrtaUadfii
J. B. FISHER, PROPRIETOR.
PKNN HALL. PA,
Offer. the HIGHEST market price,
in CASH, on delivery, for
At the above well known Mill.
Ground Planter and
Salt alwaja on hand at the lowest
20 sep tf
I. J. GRENOBLE,
ha* the food.. Large* .lock I
Prices Lower than
And now extend. a cordial invitation to
I patron., and public gunerel-
Alao a Complete Aaaortment of
Ready Made Clothing for men and
boyv. Suit. a. low a. to be had in the
Imported and Domestic
Full line, of
fro' l*diea, Genu, Boy., Mian and
Uoeiery, Glove., Boot, and Shoe.,
CLorg:s CAPMI CAkPETh AND ° IL
And the mot complete a.*orla>eat of
n Central Pannsylvania. and prires.'ihat
willcompel you ia ealf defence to buy of
km Also Fish. Rait. ate. IBea
A full line of Howe Sewing Machines
and Needle* for all kind* of machines.
GET GOOD BREAD,
By calling at the new and exlan
live bakery asiabiishment of
(Successor to J. H. Sands, >
Oppoiu the Iron Front on Allegheny
2'"" 1 h#r * h# 'urnUhc* every day
Cake* of all kind*.
Pie*, etc.. etc.,
[ SUU, FruiU.
* T *Tthing belonging to
tbe business. Having had rears of expe
rience in the business. he flatters bim*elf
;that he can guarantee tat itl action to all
; who may favor him with their patronage.
30 aug tf JOSEPH CEDARS
PENNS VALLEY LOOK HERE !
CLOTHING I! CLOTHING f!
.j JUST RECEIVED,
:! A LARGE STOCK
i Cloth & Cassimere,
which I am prepared to have made
op in suits at Remarkably Low Fig
cheaper than can be booght
J. W. SHAFFER
I I Market Street.
• IBocf6m LEWISBDRG, Pa.
i D. F. LUSE,
offer* hi* aervicea to tlie citizen* of
' Centre county in
lionise, Man mud Oraamenlal
j , I'M TN LING.
Striping, ornamenting and gilding
1 CHESTNUT. Etc.
Plain and Fancy Paper hanging. Order*
raapectfully solicited. Term* reasonable.
respectfully informs tbe citixens of Centre
county, that he baa bought out the old
►land ot J. O. Deininger, and has reducad
the prices. He hat constantly on hand
and makes to order
TABLES, Ac , 4c.
His slock ef ready made Furniture ia
largaand warranted of good workman
ship, and is all made uader bit immediate
supervision and is offered at rates cheaper
than elsewhere. y
Call and tee hit itock before purcbating
•Uewhern. r f , b .jg
| CENTRE HALL
LEVI M run AY,
at his establishment at Centre Hall, keeps
on hand, and for sale, at the moat reaiona
; bio rates.
& Spring WagonS,
1 Plain and Fancy,
and vehicles of every description made to
order, and warranted to be made of the
best reasoned material, and by the moat
•killed and competent workmen. Bodiea
for bugxiee and spring-wegcns Ac., of the
moat improved pattern# made to order,
alro Gearing of all kind* made to order.
All kinda of repairing done promptly and
at tb# low est porrible rate*.
Persons wanting anything in bit line are
requested to call and examine hit work,
they will find it not to be excelled for dur
ability and wear. may 3 tf.
Spring if ills Hotel."
GEO C. BREON, Prop'r.
This hotel gives accommodation to trav
ellers second to none t n the county. The
rubles are large, roomy and attended by
careful hostlers. Long experience at a
landlord enables the proprietor to make
bis guetU feel at home ait the time, decfi
~ r ~ A. S.
Fashionable Barker and Hakmis.
SIR, in the old bank building. Guarantees
satisfaction in all his work, and asks the
public patronage. Has bad long experi
ence in the city.
No. 6 Brockerhoff Row, Bellefouie,
Dewier* in l>rug, (hensleals.
Perftimcry, Fancy Uooda, Ac,,
• Pure Wines and Liquors for medical
if - es always kept. i* y3J 73