Centre Democrat. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1848-1989, June 28, 1883, Image 6

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Don Cameron's Programme.
Senator Cameron mailed on (ho Kith
of May. Three days previously n
consultation was held at his house in
this town. M. S. (Juav. Thomas V.
Cooper,!'. K. Mngec, Hugh McNiell,
Howard .1. Keeder, (louerul Siegfried,
David 11. laine, Senators .lohn M.
(ireerand William T. Davits, and a
few trusted friends were preseut. The
future parly plans and prospects were
discussed livelyaud frankly. It was
then fully determined that no Stal
warts should he put forward as candi
dates this year. The Senator further
more directed that the Stalwart leaders
should remain in the background in
selecting from the body of the Inde
pendents the men to curry the Imtiner.
"(fur cue i- -imply t, t confirm the men
selected hy the Independents, and our
only care should he that a.-arbiters we
make no mistake in choosing as he*
tween the vari„ us Independents pr -
posed, that there may bo no sores h It
Jo heal among tlu-m after the event.
I hat aeeomplislied, the party macliin
ery tirmly held in our hands, and
myself net os ill. ~ j. , v , | y
reason to hoi \ that tic i-uriv differ
ciicc- wnl lic ;11ru;i ii :if, 1 the chasoi
completely bridged. Thin in the con
test ot 1 MM4 we can resume our old
places. It the plan is entirely suc
cessful I will claim a reelection II- tie
reward of our labors. If it is only
partially successful i will decline the
reelection, but put one of my own
friend* to the front as a security that
we are not to be overridden. If, how
ever, the plan miscarries altogether—
that is to say, it nil our concessions to
the kickers fail to bring a harvest of
reconciliation—then we will wash our
hands ot the whole atliiir, and let the
canvass 0 r I**l go to the dogs, where
the party will speedily follow it."
(tcneral Cameron was not pi > - nt, and
had not previously been consulted in
the matter, but sub- -quently, the plan
having been spread before jiirn, i> re
ceived his cordial approval. A*. I".
Trying to Pill a Rat Dole
We spi'inl in Pennsylvania, in an
easy, oil hand, d> vil-mav-eare wnv.
nearly nine million d-llar* per vear
on what we call our < mmonsch<ol
system. The drain of the school tax
upon the resources of the j* p|,- has
for many years hi i -t- .dilv increas
ing. We are -o aecu-tum- It- it, and
so accustomed to regard it as an <n
tirelv proper and necessary ! a I, that
we pay what is demanded without
question, ns we pay for a pair of hoots
or a breakfast. For fear that we
might at any time tail in our dutv to
the schools in a year of had crops,
earthquakes,civil discord or pecuniary
distress, a provision was inserted in
the State Constitution that one million
dollars -hould he annually appropri
ated out of the funds in the general
Treasury, to he distributed to tic
common schools of the State. In ...
tar as the collection of -oho—l uiotii v
goes, therefore, our system has attained
to remarkalde (crfection. Tic State
pays its million of dollars year hv v. .ir
ungrudgingly, and whatever addition
al money is needed M collected with
an unsparing hand bv the I - al autho
rities, who are armed with competent
authority to make good unv deficit.
lint while the money tor the schools
lias been forthcoming, the r- -ultant
education for the ma-s of -ehnol child
ren has by no means kept pace with
increased outlay. The primary schools
nod the primary cdiicution which it
was the original intent of the authors
of out school system to furnish to the
< hiidreti of the State are not furnish
ed. In the State at large to find one
teacher entirely competent to the ta-k
of imparting primary instruction is ft,
take one out of twenty among those
intrusted with this great business. In
the cities provision lias not been made
to seat all the children who are en
titled to the bounty of the State, while
the public money is diverted to schools
of higher grade, into which not one
pupil out of ten in the primary schools
will ever enter. The teaching in the
primaries is cut short and emasculated
to accommodate them to a graded
system, which was never intended liv
the founders of our common schools
and which is an interpolation and an
abuse in school management. The
system is thus shortened at one end
and lengthened at the other, to the
prejudice of primary instruction ; and,
as a rule, the children of the State are
no longer taught to r ad, write or
cipher with any degree of perfection.
Is it not time that the people who
pay the vast sum of nine million dol
lars per year for the support of com
mon schools should look a little more
narrowly into the manner in which
this money is expended ? Are the
small children of the State getting
nine million dollars worth of rudimen
tary edueat'ou ? Ix-t legislature,'
yielding to the headlong impulse which
takes it for granted that money paid
for school purposes is moncv well
H|ietit, has voted to appropriate five
hundred thousand dollars in addition
to the million dollars provided for in
the Constitution for common-school
purposes. To our mind there is no
item in the appropriation hill so im
provident and uncalled for as this one.
In the first [dace, whatever monepr is
uei dad in school districts can be raised
out of tho tax-payers, who should
> rightfully pay it and who get the
benefit of it. For this reason there is
no necessity for a further State appro
• print ion growing out of tho enlarged
needs of the schools. In the second
place, until the abuses of our system
us it now exists are extirpated by
thorough-going and searching reforms
State aid shoubl be limited t > the con
stitutional requirement. We are ex
pending for tree schools in this State
' a sum which properly applied would
leave no* child of school ago without
i that quantum id' education which it
| j was the design of the State to give.
When the school machinery is so ad
' justed as to grind out the grist intend
-1 ed for it it will he time enough to pay
out more money h>r its improvement
and support. Not sooner. It the
I State Treasury were overflowing with
unused dollars it would he a perver
sion of trust to turn any part of it
into the rat-hole which now absorbs
-o much with so small return ofu.se in
comparison wilhj-utluv. lire
j or,l.
An Old Contest at an End
A change in Kngli-h family life,
which is regarded hy a powerful mi- 1
II irity with a feeling akin to horror,
will lie effected hy the pa—ago of the
bill legalizing marriage with a dc%
ceased wife's sister. For fifty years or I
iimre t iii -< propo-ition has been fought
with aluio-d as much intensity of/- al, 1
and much greater peristeuey, than \
have been -liown by the oppitiouts ot
polygamy in the I niti d States. Stat- -•
men, hi-hops, iiobh s, . scientists,
maga/ine writers, editors of great
journals and others influential in
moulding public sentiment, have re
garded marriage with a deceased
wile's sister as little, if any, better
than an incestuous cutnneti
< Ippoiiriit* of the bill -ait a gents to
the I nited S;at<s to <■ llcct evidence
with which to strengthen tin ir oppo
-iii >n and, strange to iclate, tho-- 1
ellli-siirii - dill succeed ill getting to- I
getln r a large amount of tc-tiin-tiy :
which passed for -ense and reason in
Kngland, hut which, when reproduced
herefrom Fuglish papers,exciti I only
ridicule, l-r it was but a mass of trash.
< <ue of the American witneaMs who
oil'ted hi' te-timoiiy for i.iigli-h < >n
sumption was an old clergyman, "the
sands of whose life were nearly run
out," who solemnly averred that the
p —ibility ot th- ir father marrying
their aunt made i hildren 1 •<k on lier
with horror.
Kngli-h journals and --me of tl •• 1
clergy of the Ktahlisheil ' hurt h
maintained that there tnu-t he sum •
thing radically wrong in the mind and
nmrai- of any r—n advocating thi
measure. Hut. de-pite the pig headed -
obstinacy of the opposition, and there '
is no opposition more obstinate and
unren- iiiing than that of the Fnglislt
where moral and social question* are
involved, the proposition has been !
gaining ground for some years, but
probably owe- it- -uco-s, at this time,
to the " arm -t advocacy nod active
.u[>|Mirt "f the Prince of Wales.
It seems strange enough to Ameri
can- that there should ever have been
111 any country a qin-sti-n of the pro
priety of thi- kind -1 niarriagee. F\-
jicri• nee* here has shown that such
uui ms are ■ minently e-ndin ivc to the j
purity of home life. The person of
, all [HTSOIIS be.-t fitted to lake the place
of a mother to hi therb * children i-.
as a rule, the -ister of the mother they
have I -t. Among the happiest nnd
jnirest home* in this country are not a
few in which a dead wile's -ister tills
the place of wife and mother. The
sweet and tender alfection xi-ting IH
tween si-ter- giv. - a motherh -- > hibl
a tirm hold on the love of the mother's
si-ter. To urge that there i- impr
priety in such marriages on the score
of relationship i< absurd, for there i -
n- natural relationship.
For these reasons we feel quite sure j
that Fnglish public sentiment will
soon adapt itself to the change ; that
none of the predicted evil* will follow,
and that, in a tew years, it will he n
source of wonder that there was ever
any objection to the measure that wa
fought for half a century.
This change in the marriage laws of
Kngland suggest* a necessity for
amendment of our own laws on the :
subject of marriage, or rather fur
harmonizing the marriage laws of nil
the States. At this time it is a felony
in wiine States to consummate mar
riages that are entirely lawful in other
States. For example, in some State*
a man may marry tho daughter, hy a
previous husband, of hi* deceased wife,
while in other State* sueh a marriage
would not only he invalid, but would
!• punishable a* a felony. There are
other feature* of our laws that ar
equally inharmonious, and which
should he brought into practical agree
ment. — Wathinglon l'o*t.
Rum Drinking in Maine
Anybody who knowsanylbingahoul
; the drinking habits of the people of
- Maine today know* that liquor i*
, drank in parlor*, in office* of law and
i medicine, and to a limited extent in
I the studies of the clergy, in kitchens
I and workshop*, in the ears, on steam
heat*, and if one wishes to observe, he
i will find that travellers by every
i means of conveyance in thehtate take
i the |>oi*on with them. The express
i companies bring it into the Kutc upon
- every arrival for private consumption,
. and considerable which escapes detec
* lion and goes into sale in some smaller
I country towns. In many of the cities
and HO mo of tlio larger towns tlio nnlc
in free in burn and HUIOOIIH, not in open
defiance of law, for that statute which |
public opinion does not support is no
law at all, and cannot and never will
he enforced. The sooner this fact is
reeogui/.ed the better it will ho for the
cause of temperance, which is advo
cated upon sensible grounds only by
the better representatives of the reform '
clubs. It is no pleasure to us to re- i
port such a state of things, but so far
as our observation extends we know
our statements to be true. Wo detr-t
deception, let it come in where it mav,
and Nenl Dow is so committed to pro
hibition that he wouldn't tell tie- truth j
if he could, and he couldn't it In
would, upon the subject of enforce
ment in this State. We don't assert
that some strictly temperance commit- j
nities cannot la- found in Maine, hut
we do ussert that rum is in far 100
general use all over the State, and we i
know that some of the best tempi ranee
men here regretfully admit tins state
ment. Dying won't rub out the fact".
Suicide in a Mine.
The I'mentininf or it H* / t,t i /('</ '
<i Starch,
A most mysterious death and a
most curious pre-i-ntimcut ot a woman
eaiue to light near Heading lute l oe
day evening. The dead bodv of a
man was drawn from the bottom of a
deep abandoned mine bob- with a stole
weighing about twenty pounds bang
ing to hi- neck. The iiiitu was about
forty-live years old ami bis name wn-
Augii-tii" 1 I<clib-r, u farno-r. About
tlfn-e week- ago he suddenly disap
p> ared from hi- home about 1 n't lot k
in the morning. His wife -ays -he 1
was ill bed about hull ail ie ill before
that time and tell asleep, and when
-he awoke her husband bad ilisap
p- ared. It will be reiuemls-red that a
leittle was touml tin- in xt illy in ar
tlin nvi r indicating that some om- had
commilti -I suicide by jumping into the
• anal. A day lat< r it wa- learned
that Ilichb-r had lu i-u M. n in the
iieigbborho -I ot I/eiauion. I hi- was
communicated to liis wife, but -be
failed t> In lii ve Midi report- and
| -tated that frequently an imb scril able
feeling of Par came to In r and - uue
tbing -I - mo.I to tT 1 In r that lu-r hu
hand's le dy wa- at tin- bottom ot a
! neighboring ore mine. I inally she
! made a request that the old do-, r:• I
mine be searched. A number of the
tie ghboritig tanners • no lu-i- 1 y.-t.r
-( day to make the --an h and to the ir
li or r they found the di n I bodv • t
her hu-baud The mine wa- ah ut
-ixt v tiit deep and . attaint-1 litter n
tut of water. A -t.-n. w ghing ah ,t
twenty jcunds wa- -.eur- ly ta-tom d
to his m k. Aioron r - jury render •
i d a verdn tot suicide.
Hi • i v'T statistics, ba-oij on the last
census, sh w that in Milwaukee, where
tin-re i- more |ner made ami drank
than in any other city of equal si/e in
the 1 nited State-, tin re are twice n*
many suicide- as in nnv other city < t
like population. I bis fact b ad- the
.V.Mt.s /fitun : to i|i * e|j, s the sub;. T.
It a--umes tliat in all the citn - e.f the
i untrv the < L rtnari* are, in pr p r
ti m to tin ir numle r-, lw o ■ w. |]
repri -entcd nmotig the suicidi - as any
other people, and the exci --i v• • ue of
i■> ri- a--igned n- the cau.*< " I 'hen
i- no doubt,' -ay- the ,V-r •<- fait\m;,
"that the m slerute I b.. r bright
' ti- up ami < In • r men, but tie r.- i
also no doubt that t .milch IK•• r stup • |
and demurnli/. - the drinker, and,
it i(- u-e i- persisted itr, make- him
melancholy ami wenk-minded. It i*
apt to result in certain attack- of mel
ancholia, which come upon the be< r
lo|K*r, and in which he bewail- himself
and hi- fate, pitic himself as a
wretched being ami finally let- hi
i heavy le ad ami his weeping • ves sink
languidly on the table." Neverthe
less, it con-idert beer a beverage of
exceeding virtue in eompari- in with
spirituous liquors, which, it contends,
"transform inan iut > a bloodthirsty
wild beast and a violator of the law-."
TOUT in.-.- M. >N m >i, Virginia, is the
largest single fortification in the world.
It ha- already cost over three millions
of money, The water battery i- con
sidered to he one of the finest pieces of
military construction iq the world.
Colonel I/odor, the instructor in the
military school, ha- invented and per
fected some astonishing appliances,
that, when we shall have guns, will bi
nt immense value in handling them.
In one of the casemates inside the fort
is his office. He can sit in it, and
with an electrio appliance cause every
gun in the fort to lie fired simultane
ously. lie ha- jierfected another set
of instruments by which the exact dis
tance of a ship fronj the shore may In
accurately determined, the velocity
and direction of the wind, the conse
quent deflection of the ball, nnd tin
precise jioint at which the hall will
strike theship. The guns are fired by
Mit. I'a KNF.i.l. is re|Htrlod to have
snid recently when asked how he was
affected by the l*apal excommunica
tion : "I don't know what it will do
for me in the next world, but it has
made my fortune in this." His Testi
monial Fund is rapidly nearing the
intended sum of fI'AT, OOO, while be
i fore the Tope's circular was issued
there was little prospect of it ever
reaching $60,000.
f.'iivr. Terms, 11/K) per annum in ad
i vatice.
Otiick Itiiilwny Time,
Jlnrhforii, 111., Jan. 1880.
7'/ii i. to certify that we hair uppointe.,/
Frank I'. Hla&r t roa agent for tht taltqf our
(fuo'k /'tin lit'ut Wat,'l,l to the town
ot llfll'/outi.
It.H HI..TIN \VAT< II (Jours NV.
Having most thoroughly tested ttic 1
; Kookford ipiick Train Wslches for the
! last three y.-sri, ! oiler thern with the
fullest conlidencc as the tiest mad.- and
most reliable time keeper lor the money
that Call be obtained.
//W'yguarantee every Watch for Itooytart
. lA7i /'. lII.A HI,
No, 2 llrnrl., rho'i How.
I All other American Watchee at ~./., -. •/1
! pro; .
DIOIITOS, .lan. 27, I
The Itockford watch purchase.i Feb.
l-7'.i, lias performed I .-iter tlian any
Watch I ever had. Have carried it
every day arid at no tune hits it been -
irregular, or ill the least unreliable. I
cheerfully reeommend 110- Lock ford
Watch. !l< ill V i. li. IK It P iN,
at Dtghlon I uriiHrc I'D.
TM STOV, Sept, I*. I--1.
I In- ltocklold \\ ali-b runs Verv lie
.-urat.-ly ; tieller than any Watch I ever
owned, arid 1 have I,ad one that cost
#1 el I .11 lecointn lid I lie |{>kf..rd
Wat.-li to everybody who w ha line
- P. lIULLALD, M. 11.
11. to cert-ly stint the Lorkfo: •'
W atcll t ought ! ell. IsT',l. h . lull
very well ii,e pot yen' ILiiuig •! .1
on i y I w ice during that I. me, n- ni.lv
| variation being three m nutes. It lias I
run very much better i.'.au I t-v.-r an
lu-I| lied. It w .-.no* a-i isteil an I only
cost |jd. It. p I'.lt VAN r.
at the I' -ail street J lag -l iMoji.
Mansfield, M I'.-t., 'J I. I H I I'.l t'
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Swuync A I'IIIH Comfortlmr to the
TI ;-Sr. is die n re- • t to | r..p. rlv
'.r.st lirij .re I! :, i • . liy
It. ,rt In, ... ii,. ;i; ... a,
I! it to D.. i-t 'at . • .t let • d with . .lb
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r eth.-r re to. : - I v nn. i ! r !
lamp* \ !:*•••. In: SWAYNB ,v ,
•-H.N. Phdadelpbia. Pa. >. I by |r-.g. j
gists. IT.
Remembfr Tl.i*
1 f VOH are sick Hop Ilitter* will aurely
i. I Nature n lush ng y< -i w. il when
all else fails.
If you areroative or dyspetic, or are
siilfern g from any other of the numer
(.lis disease of the stoinach 1 ' -wel. t
, tour own fault if t -u remain ill, f-.r
Hop Litters are n sovereign remedy in
all such r .nip'nir,t.
If you are w.sl.ng away w.tli ant
j form of K' .dfiey I' .ease, stop tempting
Death tins nt -merit, .rid turn (or a cure
to Hop 11.Iters.
It you are sir k with that terrible sick
n> ■ Nerr.jsre, \i .w I find.a"! aim
in 'it lean ' in t lie use ot II •; Pit t.-rs
If yr>u are a fr• ) i-nt-r. • r a r i lent
of a rmasruatic district, I am < Ie your
' system against the scourge of all conn
tries malarial, ej , leniir. t-illious. and
intermiltcn f. r,r- t.jr tt.e use ,1 II q,
1 f y "u have . rough, pimply, or -allow |
skin, b.a I t.realh. j .Mis and arhes, and
feel misearatile generailv. Hop Litters I
will give vnu (a.r skin, roll lilcasd. and i
sweetest Ir• istls, h -llh, and rom'- rt.
In abort tliev cure all disease ■ f the
dlnmacb, I'.owels, l'.'oo.|, L.ver, Nerves,
Kidneys, ((right s Disease. J'. siwill t.e
paid for a ca.se they will not cure or liclp.
That poor, bedridden, inval.d wife, j
sister mother, or daughter, can be made ;
the p-cltire ot bealtti, t-v a few t.ottles
of Hop Potters, costing but a trifle.
Will you let them suffer ? 1- -It.
Itching Piles SymptonH and Cure,
The symptoms are moisture, like per
spiratinn. intense ilcbing, increased by
acmtcbing. very distressing, particular
ly at night, seems as if pin worms were
crawling in and alxmt the rectum ; the
private parts are sometimes atlecte.l,
If allowed to continue verv serious re
-till, follow, ".sW AV N K'So|NTM I. N T" j
is a pleasant, sure cure. Also for Tetter,
Itch. Salt Kheum, Scald Head, Krysipa
las. Lsrbers Itch. Llothches, all scaly,
crusty Skin Diseases. Sent by mail for
.V) rents; 3 boxes ?! -Jo. (in atainps). |
Address, Dr. NWAYNK A NtlN, Phila
delphia, Pa. Sold by Druggists. 58ly !
no.\ v Ai.iM ni;,
Bellefonte, l'a.
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The follow ing c< >nipanies reprcscutcl: I
UNION Philadelphia, j
(•CARMAN London.
8c N do.
WR-TKRN Toronto.
C<INNK<TI< I T Hartford. .
and others
TRAVKI.KK* LIKK s(t AIV T'l> Hartford. .
and others.
commission branch nt mr business
it receiving special attention I'ropcrtire
sold to good advantage, as 1 have facili
ties for disposing of bouses, lands, etc., on
short notice ana favorable terms
.Wto .1 <1 i trtiMt inciith,
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