Centre Democrat. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1848-1989, July 21, 1881, Image 4

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Democratic Delegate Election and
County Convention.
The Democratic vot-rs of Centre county
will nioet at tho regular place of holding
tho general election for their districts, on
Saturday, August 0, 1881,
to elect delegates to the Democratic County
Convention. The election will open at two
o'clock !'. M. and closo at *ix r. M.
Tlie Delegate* chosen at the alcove time
will meet in tho Court House, at Relic*
fonte, on TUESDAY, the 9th day of August,
at two o'clock r. M., to nominate two can
didates for Associate Judge; one candi
date for .Sheriff; one candidate for Pro
thonotary; one candidate for Treasurer ;
one candidate for Register ; one candidate
for Recorder ; two candidates for County
Commissioner ; two candidate# for Audi
tor ; and to transact such other busines# a*
the interest of the party may require.
Tho number of delegate* to which each
district i# entitled is as follows :
lU-11"fnt<!, W. W 1 llsln™ •*
•• N. W 'J llsrrta.....
D. W l|..ar.| -
Mll™hnrz I 11u1..n 1
Xltllhrltn 3 l ih-My
rnliinvlll* I Marhia- -
ll.iwanl U,m ....... 1 Mil"! 1
I'hilipsburg ................ 4 Pallun 1
Hrlinrr.... 4 P-rifl - *1
IP -*#" A Palter, wrtb 3
llur n.l'i" 1 ** until - 4
I'nrllo - Ku<h. 4
Oiling*. - *ii"W Shu*- 3
F-rgiuon, "hi .. 3 Spring - - 4
- B.W 1 T.j lor I
Urngg, mialh ... *• I ni.io 1
north...-.-.-,., - Walk". 5
HalfMu-iu I Worth J
Total W
The delegate elections must be conduct
ed strictly in accordance with the follow
ing rules:
1. The Democratic County Convention
of Centre county shall be composed of one
delegate for every fifty Democratic vote*
(•oiled at the Presidential or Gubernatorial
election next preceding the convention
Tho allotment of delegates to the several
election districts in the county shall be
made by the Standing Committee of the
county at its first meeting in every alter
nate year succeeding the Presidential and
Gubernatorial elections and shall be in
proportion to the Democratic votes cast in
each district at such elections.
2. Tho election for delegates to repre
sent the different districts in tho annual
Democratic County Convention shall be
held at the usual place of holding the gen
eral elections for each district, on the Sat
urday preceding the second Tuesday of
August, in each and every year, beginning
at two o'clock, P. xi., on said day and con
tinuing until six o'clock, p. xi. Tho dele
gates so elected shall meet in County Con
vention in the Court House, at Bellefonle,
on the Tuesday following at two o'clock,
P. M.
ft. The #aid delegate elections shall be
held by an election board, to consist of the
member of county committee for each dis
trict and two other Democratic voters
thereof, who shall be np|N>intcd or desig
nated by the County Committee. In case
any of the persons so constituting the
board shall be absent from tho place of
holding the election for a quarter of an
hour after the time appointed by Rule
Pirst for the opening of the same, hi* or
their place or place* shall be filled by an
election, to be conducted viva vece, by the
Democratic Voter# present at the time.
4. Kvery qualified voter of the district,
who at the late general election voted the
Democratic ticket, shall lie entitled to a
vote at the delegate election ; and any
qualified elector of the district who will
pledge hi* word of honor to support the
Democratic ticket at the next general
election shall be permitted to vote at the
delegate elections.
ft. The voting at all delegate elections
shall be by ballot; upon which ballot
shall be written or printed the name or
name* of the delegate or delegates voted
for, together with any instructions which
the voter may desire to give the delegate
or delegates. Kaoh ballot shall he re
ceived from the person voting the same by
a member of the election board, and by
him deposited in a box or other receptacle
provided for that purpose, to which box or
other receptikcle no person but members of
the board shall have access.
ft. So instructions thsll he received or
recognized unless the same be voted upon
the ballot a* provided in Rule Fourth, nor
shall such Instructions if voted upon the
ballot, be binding upon the delegates, un
less one-half or more of the ballot* shall
contain instructions concerning the same
office. Whenever half or more of tho bal
lot* shall contain instructions concerning
any office, the delegates elected at such
elections shall be hold to be Instructed to
support tbe candidate having tbe highest
number of vote# for such office
7. Ksch election hoard shall keep an ac
curate list of the name* of all person* vot
ing at such elections, when the list of vo
ters together with a full and complete re-
turn of ouch election, containing an accu
rate statement of the person* elected dele
gate* and all instruction* voted, shall he
certified by said hoard to tho county con
vension, upon pr in toil blank* to bo fur
nished by tno county convention.
H. Whenever from any district qualified
Democratic voters, in numbers equal to
live time* the delegate* which such district
ha* in tho county convention, shall com
plain in writing of nn undue election or
lalse return of delegates or of instruc
tions, in which complaints tho alleged luct*
shall be specifically set forth and verified
by the aflidavit of one or more persons,
such camplainant* shall have the right
to contest tho seat of such delegates
or tho validity of such instructions. Such
complaint shall he heard by a committee
of live delegates to he appointed by the
president of the convention ; which said
committee shall proceed to hear the parties,
their proofs and allegations, and as soon as
may lie report to tho convention what del
egates are entitled to seats therein, and
what instructions are binding upon such
delegate*. Whereupon tho convention
shall proceed immediately upon thu call of
tho yea* and nays to adopt or reject tho ro
port of tho contesting parties ; in which
call of the yeas and nays the names of the
delegates whose seats are contested or
whose instructions uro disputed shall bo
!•. All delegates must reside in the dis
trict they represent. In case of absence or
inability to attend, substitutions may be
made from citizens of the district.
10. Delegates must obey the instructions
given them by their respective districts,
and, if violated, it shall bo the duty of tho
president of the convention to cast the vole
of such delegate or delegates in accordance
with the instructions, and the delegate or
lelegates so offending shall be forthwith
impelled from the convention, and shall
not be eligible to any office or place of
tru-t in the party for a period of two years.
11. In the convention, a majority of all
voters shall be necessary to a nomination ;
snd no person's name shall lie excluded
from the list of candidates until after the
third ballot or vote, when the person re
ceiving the least number of vote* shall be
omitted and struck from tho roll, and so
m at each successive vote until a nomina
tion bo made.
It!. If any person who is a candidate
for any nomination before a county con
vention shall bo proven to have offered or
paid any money, or other valuable thing,
or made any promise of a consideration
r reward to any delegate fir bis vote, or
to any person with a view of inducing or
securing the votes of delegates, or if the
-tmu shall bo done by any other person
with tho knowledge and consent of such
candidate, the name of such candidate
• hall be immediately stricken from the list
of candidate* ; or il such fact be ascer
tained after his nomination, shall be struck
from the ticket and the vacancy supplied
by a new nomination, and, in either ca-e,
ucb person shall be ineligible to any nom
ination by the convention, or to an elec
tion as a delegate thereafter. And in case
it shall be alleged after the adjournment of
the convention that any candidate put in
nomination ha* been guilty of such act* or
if any other fraudulent practice* to obtain
•uch nomination, the charge* shall be in
vestigati-d by the county committee, and
such steps taken a* the good of tho party
may require.
Id. If any delegate shall receive any
money or other valuable thing, or accept
the promise of any consideration or re
ward to he paid, delivered or secured to
him or to any person for such candidate-,
as an inducement for hi vole, ujion proof
of tho fact to tho satisfaction of the con
vention, such delegate shall lie forthwith
••spelled, and shall not be rocievrd a' a del
egate to any further convention, and shall
he ineligible to any party nomination.
14. < •#••# arising under the *th, llilh
*nd 13th rule# shall have precedence over
ail other business in until d<-.
15. That the term of the chairman of
the county committee shall begin on the
first day of January of each and every
Ift. That tho delegate* from tho several
boroughs and townships In- authorized, in
conjunction with the chairmain of the
county committee, to appoint the members
of the committee for the various borough*
*nd townshijis.
The boards to hold the primary elections
will be announced hen-alter.
- i
Tanner Ontdone.
CHICAGO, July 12. —Griscom ended hi*
fat of forty five days in this city t
noon today. A great crowd assembled
in the Olympic thevlre, notwithstand
ing the heat, and when tbe faster ap
poured he was vociferously cheered.
Hi* bill of fare was: Two quart* of
milk, one quart of cream, a dish of
milk toast, strawberries, huckleberries,
a dish of boiled potatoes, crackers, but
ler, sugar and coffee. The stage was
arranged for the occasion so that all
present had a full view of the faster
when betook hi* first mouthful. His
present quarter* were considered too
•mail, and, besides, he says he was
wearied of ihe monotony of their sur
rounding*. After be feasted on hi*
milk, berries, toast and potatoes, he
will return to his private rooms, and in
dun time have something more sutwtan
tial in the shape of roast duck, ham,
garnished with celery, etc. He will re
main in the city till next Monday,
when he will return to hia home in
Fayette,Ohio. He intend* to return to
Chicago and make preparaliona for a
lecture tour of two years, giving an ac
count of hi* fast and the discoveries he
claims to have made. He lot about
forty-nine pound* in all, and was still
very strong at the end of hi* fast. This
morning the attendant physician re
corded the faster'* temperature, a* 98
7-10 degrees, hi* pulse as sft and hia
respiration a* 14. To show that he ha*
still a great deal of muscular strength
he made a test with the dynamometer
and pushed the indicator around to the
highest point. Half a dozen of those
present also made a test, but not one
could push the indicator more than
half way around the dial. He pushed
it ail the way with his left hand without
apparently exerting himself.
During the seven days from July 10
to July Ift inclusive the deaths in Cin
cinnati, from aunstroke numbered 254
and from excesaive heat 150, making
414 death# in all. The greatest number
on any one day front these causes was
on July 14, being Bft. These figure* are
offic ial and are carefully made from the
recoids of tbe Hoard of Health. Dur
ing the same period tba deaths from
other cause* were 153.
from our C<irrM|Mi)tlMit.
Wasiiinoton, I). 0., July 18, 1881.
Last evening one of the President's
physicians reported the patients' condi
tion as lollows : "lie is practically out
of danger. Complications may arise,
but we see no signs of any. We do not
yet (eel like throwing up our hats and
saying tho President is out of danger.
That wouhl he misleading the public.
All wo can say is Chat he is doing nice
ly, gaining in strength and improving
in every particular." This tells the
story as believed here now by every
body. There is now no excitement in
Washington. The assassination is the
principal topic of conversation. The
President's condition is asked about
the tirst thing in the morning, and
eventual congratulations over the im
provements are tho last exchanged be
tween friends at night. The feeling is
deep and universal, hut the excitement
of the first few days of doubt is over.
District Attorney Corkhill in an in
terview said that he had not settled
the point whether more than one in
dictment is to bo presented against
(iuiteau. lie said: lam not prepared
to say whether two separate offences
can be made out of tho two shots fired.
There were two shots fired, however.
I am not entirely satisfied that they do
not constitute two otlenses. 1 have
given no definite opinion and made
no announcement that I intended to
present him on two separate charges.
The gravity of the crime is so great ami
tho punishment so inadequate that
many suggestions have grown out of
the situation.
An amusing incident at the Pension
< '(flee lately was the experience of a
clerk who felt like taking a foreign
tour. He applied for leave of absence
lor two months, one with pay ami one
without. He was thunderstruck when
in reply he received notice of his
dismissal; the authorities apparently
thinking that a man who was able to
sjrend the summer abroad ought to
make room for some one both deserv
ing and needy.
The clerical force of the House of
Representatives has an immense lal.or
before it, considering the state of the
thermometer. This work i" the prepar
ation ot a complete index of all private
claim* that have been belore Congress
from ls.'r" down to the close of the last
In Ohio the other day when the De
mocracy met in State Convention, an
excellent platform—as tar its platforms
go—was adopted, anil a good ticket
put in the field. 1 am and have been
for many years an admirer and Itclievcr
in Senator Thurtnan. ID- has treen upon
tho whole, the airiest inan in tho Sen
ate in a long time. I would like to
have aeen him nominated for Gover
nor of the State the other day, a* I
would two years ago. Hut his ability
does not run in the line ol seeking his
own opportunities, and he being out of
the question. 1 don't believe a more ju
dicious nomination could have been
made than was made. With a reason
able amount of effort the Democracy
can carry the State, unless all the Ohio
Democrats in this city are greatly mis
taken. None of them doubt it.
A I'nrlons C'yrlon..
St. Pa CI., Julv 17. —The town of New
1' m, on the Minnesota river, about
sixty mile* from here, and containing
about 9,MX) people, was wrecker! by a
cyclone late on Friday afternoon. It
seems that two currents of air swept the
valley simultaneously, coming from dif
ferent directions. The scene was ap
palling : stone and brick buildings were
raised troni their foundations, and the
air was full of debris. The town and
its suburbs are now a mass of ruins.
The people are organizing for the work
that is before them, and will be prepar
ed to commence the rebuilding of their
city to-morrow. Workmen from Bt.
Peter and Mankato are on hand, anil
things are Ireginning to assume some
system. The Governor's Guards are on
duty protecting pro,rerty. Large crowds
visited the scene of the disaster, to-day 1
and a special from Itedwood Falls was
run. The following is a partial list of
the killed and wounded in New I'lm ;
Laura Iteitz. Anna Warner, Anna Lejsch
Meggari, Wounded:—Mrs. Warner,
struck by lightning. She was lying on
the floor with a small babe, which was
killed. The bolt struck her on the
breast and extended to her feet, leaving
the body as black as a coal. She can
not remember an event in her life an
terior to the time she was struck, and
will probably die. Mr*. Heita' arm waa
broken twice. Ma Is-isch left leg brok
en. A Swede boy, name unknown,
badly wounded in the neck and head ;
Mrs. Leisch, skull fractured and inter
nal injuries, probably fatal. Many oth
ers were more or leas injured. I .oat,
Don Carlo*, the Spanish pretender,
ha* been ordered to quit France. It is
stated that he lias been engaged in cer
tain proceedings which are regarded
aa a manifestation against the preeent
form of government In Franoe.
Tho I/ondon Standard, commenting
upon Jefferson Davit' book, "The Kite
tnd Fall of the Confederate Govern
ment." tay a: "We give him recognition
of being a straightforward and sincere
chronicler of memoir* alike interesting
to all English and American oitisent."
During DcKprruilor*.
A Itoc/c /h/iiiul I'antengtr Train it Takrn
I'otrrttum nf try a Itanit of Unhhrrt—'The
t'viulnrtor Shot Throw/h the /hart—An
' other Mm Mf-t/i I)ruth htj a Shot in tin
1- Kansas Citv, Mo., July if).— Informa
t tion has been received hero by an in
t coining Chicago, Itock Island and Pa
cific train of a daringly planned and
successful train robbery ut Winston, on
the Itock Island Koad, a hltort distance
cast of Cameron. The robbers were six
in number, and were supposed to be
under the leadership of Jesse -lamen.
The men boarded the train, which leuves
this city ut 0 r. v., at Cameron. At
Winston, when the train stopped, they
stood up in the aisle of a car with drawn
revolvers. One of the bandits advanc
ed witli a revolver in each hand toward
William Westfal), the conductor, and
ordered him to hold up his hands.
Tho conductor wat. slow in complying
with this demand, and was shot through
tho heart by the desperado. < die of the
other men shot through the heart John
McCullough, a stonecutter, of Wilton
I-function, who turned outward in his
seat. The men then went through the
train to the ex proas ear and overjrower
ed the United States Express messenger,
Charles Murray, who was intimidated
into opening the sale, Ironi which
was taken. The desperadoes then went
to the engine and told the engineer to
start his train. This he could not do
on account of the automatic brake, and
lie won at once fired upon by the rob
bars. The engineer put out the lights
in the cab and crawled along the loot
board to the pilot, and after extinguish
ing the headlight lay down in the pilot.
The robbers made tio search for him,
but departed. No attempt was made
jto rob the passenger*. The populace
; rose en mains, and urraed men are now
I seeking the desperadoes.
I ! Uiiii aoo. July 10. —President Kiddle,
I of (lie Itock Island Koad, ha received
. | a dispatch confirming the report of u
j daring train robbery at Winston, Mo.
I The superintendent of the rond offers a
reward af SMXX) for the app-rehension
of the robbers. Tho officers of the
j United .States Express Uompsny sny
that the amount taken from their sale
j cannot exceed f'J'MJ.
Kansas Citt, Mo., July 17.— There is
I considerable evidence to show that the
1 train robbery on the Hock Island Koad
j 1 ast Fritlay evening waa dope by the
notorious -fames gang, and it may prove
| that one or both if the Jame* boy* were
j present with the gang. The robbers
j boarded tin* train at Cameron. Two
j got on the front end of the baggage
| car next to the engine, thrr-e more on
the smoking car and two on the plat
i form between the baggage car and the
j smoker. There were seven men in all.
I At Winston they arose with drawn re-
I vol vers. Conductor Wetfall and a pa>-
; senger were shot and killed. Then the
j robbers went through the safe in the
I express car. jumped Irotn the train ami
1 eca|-e<L The horses ucd by the rob-
I hers in their escape were thoroughbred
animals, hi the best condition lor the
work on hand. The horses were bitch
ed to a fence alrout fifty rods from Win
ston Station.
i Michael Heller, of Seidersvillo. I.e
--! high county, agr-d 79 year*, and Jacob
Mertz, of Upper "-ancom, the same coun
: ty. 81 years of age. frequently take a
! hand in the harve-t field.
John Stewart, of Ib-llevernoon, West
moreland county, accidentally shot and
kilb-'k Frank McFall. of the same place,
aged 11 years, on Friday last. McFall
was up a tree, and Stewart, seeing the
- leaves move, thought it was a squirrel,
j The Molly McG litres, it is ascertained,
i have an organization atUonnellsviile, m
| tins Stale, the coke region, and have
. commenced their ojarations of murder
| and threatening. The people are much
I excited, and have employed det4>ctive*
j from the F-aat. who are aeeretly working
1 to ferret out these things with a view to
j protection of the community.
| <n Friday last the Lancaster Cork
: Work*, owned by A. W. Kussell and oc
cupied by Geo. W. Dodge A Son. were
j totally destroyed by fire, which origin
ated in the boiler house. John Iturger,
| J. B. Sanson. Walter Heed, Horace Mar
tin and K-lward Peter*, firemen, were
injured by falling walls, Kussell a loss
on the building is $10,(XX); insurance,
f-l.Ont). Dodge A Son's loss on machine
ry and stock is SJO,O<>O; insurance, $lO,-
MX). The fire was accidental.
It is not generally known that there
i* a Mormon church in Kcranton. It
is not large, but makes up in firm
ness what it lacks in magnitude. This
church wss planted twenty years ago
hy a missionary from Wale*. It ha* a*
complete an organization a* the church
at Salt Ijke City, Iv-dro* Howell having
from the beginning treen it* President.
There sre but twelve resident member*,
and for fear of awakening op|mition no
public meetings are held. The meet
; ings are all private and ate held al the
: house# of the member*. The Mormons
I of Seranton do not practice polygamy,
but send their converts as *(>eedily as
possible to Utah. They ue the Seran
ton organization a* a *ort of recruiting
station. There are branches at Ply
mouth Plains and Nanticoke, and sev
eral other places in the coal regions.
Bradford, Pa., was the scene of a de
structive fire on last Friday morning.
The fire started at about 2 o'clock in
the morning, and gained such headway
before the alarm was given that the de
struction of a large portion of the busi
ness part of the city seemed imminent.
The entire fire department, including
three steamers and seven hose and
truck companies, was quickly on the
ground, but for a time its best efforts
availed nothing in checking the confla
gration. In less than an hour and a
half all that part of the city lying be
fween Main. Webster and Railroad
afreets, and Newell avenue was reduced
to ashes. Nineteen buildings were to
tally destroyed. The Kiddle House, a
large brick hotel, caught fire repeated
ly, but was saved, though the front waa
considerably damaged. The Are waa
got under control with great difficulty
on account of the intense bent, a burn
ing oil well and tank serving to spread
the flames considerably. The Ore is
believed to have been the work of an
incendiary. The total losa is estimated
A Hope of Woman'* Hair.
Xr-rii 11.. HI. l/.qla K*put-li<mri.
lii his detail of Indian horror* that
'•ariie under hi* notice Mr. Marklcy, the
New Mexico Indian killer, stated that
in IKG7 he gave an Indian half a dollar
for a hair ro|.e ten feet in length and
about the size of hia little finger. He
untwinled the end and found that it
wan made or red, auburn and black
hair, which, from the length ol each
hair wan evidently that of women. He
<|ueationed the Indian, who told him
the rope Una made from the hair of the
women and girl* elain in the Mountain
Meadow manaaere, lor complicity with
which murder .John It. I,ee, the Mor
tnori, wan tried and shot a few yearn
ago. The place where he purchaned
the rope wuh at I'aleronagote, sixty-five
mile* from Mountain Meadow, where
the moat harrowing and hrutal massacre
of modem timea occurred.
The excitement consequent upon the
striking of oil at Pleaaant Unity, Went
moreland county, han in no wise de
creased. J lie well has been plugged
until the proper caeing and tubing ar
rives, when pumping will at once begin
if the well l.e aa abundant in its yield
as before. 'I he gieat desire among the
land owners seems to be to develop the
territory at once and prevent immense
corporations like the -Standard from
gaining control of the territory.
Philadelphia Market*.
I'HILAI.tLSHIi, Jul; |%. jssi.
In l.r-S't*o>fT. 11..- util;.|aii;p u an ajian'-s In
)°Uivs.— Finer la Arm tail -|al-l. Xal<- f I ,Vi l-ar
rrla, In. tailing Mli.u~.-U ■ >tr. at p, 7ii„(S (
U. rt.iu.' It-ar. ami at %- v. t.., atraigliti I'-ar,
ay I ran la .-ilia lau.iljr ai '.K, ■.-.urn i|o at
R-'V.nlTfc: an t |t*nU al H tT.'Ai. Hi* n-ujf
mo> *lu* !> at I ■/ .'.yy
U mat —Tin n- a a (air ilsmat.-l f-.r 1.--*t al (all
] prim. Tl.sr|.lng tlgut... w. r, }j mji |,„|. (<t |
, aak.ll |..r .N<, ; rail. Jul; II I-.J f| H*' aakei
I (of N- * r-1. Angual; |l Wd,|| .1 . aal.-l (~. go.
2 r*J,
| Pau.—Tbi *r- tigM m! l-rm+t |ricc#,
Bellefonte Market*.
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ORDfN A LAN 1)18,
'*-tf RKLt.EroSTH, PA.
Strictly One Price.
We are bound to Hell the
above (food* regardless of
price, as we must have the
room f(/r Fall (roods.
Special Bargains
In Dress (roods.
Cambric and Lawns.
In White Goods,
Table Linens,
and Napkins.
In Hoots and Shoes,
Carpets and OH Cloths.
Jn Hosiery, Gloves,
and Underwear.
In Corsets, Ribbons,
and Ties.
In Lares, Lace Tie#,
and Fans.
In Gents' Shirts,
Collars and Ties.
In Gents' llats. Straw Hats
at a Great Reduction.
Leave your measure for a
Summer Suit. We unit make
you one to order, good goods
and best make, at such a lew
price, that it will pay you to
get one for next Summer.
Wo nianufticturo the
Bee Hive Overall,
the bent in market. War
ranted not to rip.
Call early and secure some
of the above bargains for the
next thirty days.
Yours, respectfully,
Bauland & Newman,
Origin* tor* of the (ha Trioe Sjstoa,
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