Centre Democrat. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1848-1989, March 20, 1884, Image 4

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Tildcn and the Presidency,
nil! *\op. or c.r wr.K' V out or tux ru r i
I touched politic*—incidentally —Rnil j
told him of the strong sentiment in the j
*ou'h for his renomioation. It *■* si- j
most hutnorou* a* he leaned to me and
entiling, said : "We are ail against the
old ticket'in his house.
"But the general veidict of the party
no'.v seems to point 'o the certainty of
its renomination at Chicago?
"Yes, and I appreciate it ; hut I will '
nut allow the use of my name. I know
thai I reformed the politics of New j
York ten years ago. I was more ui |
then than now. It would he a hercti- !
lean ti't to und*Ttike to rcf >rni mat- |
tors n-iw of the general government. j
Vft•• r twenty yeir* ot misrule and mi*
management corruption has h'come
fixed, and the most vigorous etl'irt* will
h necessary to eradicate it. 1 dont
teei thst my condition would allow me
.. r I
to cope with it. In my letter four year*
■go I .stated why 1 would not allow the j
the me of tny name. It was discred
ited. Toe same reasons I now urge;
they have become stronger, for I am
four years older and am more infirm
now than then. I would urge that the
idea be discontinued, for it is not right
that I should undertake to do that 1
which lam physically unable to do
"Whom then do you consider the
moat available man for the detnoc
i.rcy ?"
lie slowly shook his head a- re
plied : "Well, I don't know ; Hoardly
is a good man ; his strength in the
western states would add much to hi*
chances of success. With tbe'erm*n
voir he is very populsr and he would
prove generally acoeptab|e„ I'ayne
would be strongand could make a spleri i
•ie.rgo the exertions which, in case of my
election, I should have to make. It ,
can be done without m. I coul! not '
•■tand the physical effort. I would not
<ii**p)>oint my party.
Ilia conversation then became general
and but one more political topic wn- >
.ouched and that in reference to the
electoral commission. In reply to some
question concerning it lie said : "Yes.
I supported it, I wa* in favor of it but its
acta was one of great wrong and in
justice. I know the people sympathixe
with me, but it's too late. It i past,
and is a wrong that cannot be righted
did race.'"
"And Randall?
"An admirable man, and one who
would serve his party and country faith
"Where, In your opinion, will the
lepublican nomination be placed ?"
"<>n Riain or Arthur. I suppose."
"What, tioTernor, do you think will
• r should be. the leading isme of the
"Reform," he replied. Reform should
the issue. After a misrule of twenty
• ars the people will stand by it. The
j. trty bas its salvation on its own bands
>f it but tskes advantage of it.
"And if you are considered to he the
•oe to save it, you could not resist ita
• all ?"
"I should hava to. I have serves! it
f idbfully, until I am now nuable to unj
t - se
ft qua-iderinff the People's Money.
The .Star Rout investigation by tha
springer rommitee haa refreshed public
"CTTiory as to numc out interesting and
mporient fact, if it haa not developed
•inch that ia new, it haa thrown new
I ght <>n things that were known or
-uspected. And has made the masses
I uniliar with facts lo which the greatest
degree of publicity had not previously
l*e given.
The enormous sum* of money thrown
■ wry in the prosecution of the Star
H mt defendants should be paraded be
• tore the public g/-* on all titling occa
I sinns. Wo assert that the money was
thrown away—was not reasonable or
judiciously expended—for the reasons :
first, convictions of the defendants
were not reached or even approximated
Second, there was no good reason to ex
pect convictions on the charge prefer
red ; and third, the amounts paid nut
wore vntely in exci ss of what would
have been required bud there been afnir
chance of success.
Most of (be men who do the voting
and pay the taxes in this country are
poor men, earning less than two dollar*
a day. If they can support their fitn
ilies ami lay by one or two hundred
dollars a year they are regsrded as ox
eeptionalty fortunate. More than half
of these working-men have all that they
can do to make a decent living for them
selves and those depending onthem >
Thev arc compelled to forego luxuries o(
every kind and to live very frugally
in order to keep even with the wo. Id.
I tut of the scant earnings of such citi
/.ens the meansare gathered, by a system
of tsxation that is little better than rob
bcrv, t" pay such bills a* were presented
l.y ami paid to some of the counsel em
ployed in the Star Route | rosccutions.
And let it be remembered that the
gentlemen were s|>ecisl coumel -extra
aid* to a department that is supposed to
be always fully equipped with legal
The wages of the working men of I'hila
j delphia average $ 1. 1 fi per day. But a
: Philadelphia lawyer, unknown lo funic
; was paid at the rate of f l.'it) a dav for
j about eight months: was paid tIO.IMK)
. for preparing indictments, one of which
w;u found to l>e worthless, and had to
replaced bv better work.
Men who live by honest toil, and pay
(axe* on all that they est, or weir, or |
' in any wy ue or consume, will not en
i joy reflecting on the fact that the tot <1
: amount for Mr. service including
-alary and personally and expenses, i
j #:7,7.:-.M5, an svertge of s unfiling
over Jl.'jit a d iv for salary, an I over #1!)
a day for personal expenses.
Almost one hun Ire I and fifty thou
• and dollars were | aid for special coqn
1 sel iii tins city, un-i this is but one item
in the costs of those prosecutions. l,i
the workingmen of the country content
plate the. e tacts and ligures and rellleli)
her that tlie money was absolutely
wasted—as etlectually wasted as it
woul I have b* en had it teen taken into
tho street* and handed out in package*
to pass dy.
Had the liovernai'lit exerted itself
to recoverth" million* which it charged
that the Star Route defendant* had
tolen. there might have been some ex
! eijse for a |>ortion of the tremendous
outlaw. But no such efforts was made.
The Department of .fustn-e will be
investigated by the people during the
campaign of l>M,andahe Administrt
tion that pays lawyers mor. than sla" a
I day, beside* $lO a day for expense*, will
have nr- i of able and ingenious defen '
ders W\uKin /tun l'(M.
MccVcagh und tho Stnr Route
The Star Route inquiry i* er\ing to I
outline very distinctly the b tur>- of
I the at>orlive undertaking to bring the
j criminal# to justice. Mr MacVeagh
tells the story, so far as he know* it, in !
a very frank way. He l>elieve he had
i 'he aup[>ortof Garfield in h * endravor,
: which there is no doubt that hasineerely
I made to convict the thieve*. It is very
doubtful, however, considering Oar
field's we iknes* of character, whether
hi* virtue would have lasted to back up j
hi* attorney g"nenl t the end. Before '
Garfield's death the thieves strove to '
secure MacVeagh'* di-mi**al, knowing
that he would >h< risk in their path in j
dealing with Garfield.
When Arthur osme in, iboy wanted !
MacVeagh to stay, knowing that they
were safe with Arthur, and understand
ing that the appearance of a vigorous
prosecution would la belter kept if it
was left in bis band*, wbich would
nevertheless be tied by Arthur, so that
they would do no harm. Mr. Mac
Veagh felicitously describes Arthur as
of the order of practical politicians,
while he himself belonged to the sen
timental kind. There could not beany
harmony of feeling or action between
men wholookel upon political methods
so differently, and MacVeagh did un
doubtedly a very wise thing in getting
away from Arthur and the simulated
Star Route prosecution, which was
hound to end as it did. The result
showed that he gauged Arthuroorreetly,
The public has been longer in taking
the man's measure. He stand* better
with it thao he desetves. He is a good
deal of a whited sepulchre, and any
thing but a resji etaf>!e presidential
figurehead. The country is deep in the
valley of humilist on ; and MaeYeagh's
picture of it ought to suffice to persuade
the people lo take advantage of the
opportunity presents*! to them this year
to start a line of decent presidents, and
bring to an end the list of unseasona
ble objects who have *o long disgraced
the country in its highest office
/aseuirr /" tfUitftncfr.
I for the Gsntsk Dauoeatv
TTationul aid to Froa Schools
The Morrill Education hill, which
was reported favorable yesterday by Ren
tior Pugh, from the Committee on Edu
cation it lid Labor, provides for the ho t
ling apart forever of the net proceeds
of the sales of |'iiI lie lands, nnd nnnu
ally of hmm of money equal to one
half of the money* paid into the Treas
ury in each year by the Pacific Uinlrond
companies umler the Thuriuau act, for
the education of the people, the amount
thu* et apait to be apportioned to the
aeveral State* and Territorio* and the
District of Columbia, upon the hani* of
tin ir respective population between lin
age* of live and twenty year*, a* an ed
urntional flit 'l, ami to bei r intereat at
the rateof four percent, per annum,
the it, teres t alor.e to he paid to the
Stales and T--rritori< * and the District
ofColumhia for the educat iot.al purpoaea
11 provide* that two third* of the income j
arising from this fund shall he annually |
appropriated to the tree and impartial '
education, in public schools, of all cbil
dr-n between the age*ofsix and sixteen 1
year* and that one third shall be up
propriated for t be more complete endow
I ment and support of agricultural college* '
until the annual income of audi col* (
lege* shall have reached the sum ol
f.'IOCW, when only that autn shall be
ap|ortiotied to them. It provides fur
the establishment in these colleges of 1
school* for tlie instruction of female*
iri such branches of technical or nnius
, Inn! education a* are suited to their sex.
Ii al>o provide* that a sum nor exceed
ing fifty per cent, of the amount up
1 portioned to any Slate or Territory may
bt.e applied in the tirst year to the ma n
! tenant- of one or more school* tor the
instructions of teacher* ol common
school*, und not excieding tn | ercent
of th>'amount in c*chyar thereafter
may be applied to tin- same j urjaise. It
provide* further that to entitle any
I Stale, Territory, or the D tricl of Ool
i 11ruliia to the la-nefita of tins act it
*liall maintain for at le*t three month*
in each year until January I, I""?, and
thereafter four ni' nth* in •■*cli year, a
sysl. tn of free public school* for all the
children within its limits between the
age* of six and sixteen, and hsil
through the prnj>er officer thereof, for
' the year ending the .'tilth day tif June
last preceding uch *p|iortiunmcnt,
i make full report ro the Commissioner
of Kducat'on of the nunrl>er of public
free choo!-, the number of teachers em
ployed, the number of schooliiou*e
j owned, the nunitter of sehoolhouses
hire I , total numf-er of children
taught during the year, the actual daily
attendance, and the actual number of '
months of the year school have been
maintained io each ol the several
school district* or divisions of *aid State .
Territoris or District, and the amour.!*
appropriated tetore the legislature or '
i otherwise receivi d fur the purpose ol
maintaining a system of tree public
A Warning from tho Prentdont.
*ni:ai< *s* mot to rsanripsTß i.v eras
miti isi mis ar roßWAanixo rxrui-ivr*.
A torney General Brewster has sent
the following circular to all I'm ted
State* attorney* and marsbal*; "By
dire, lion of the ('resident I have to in
form you it is reported that certain l
person* are aiding itr the prnaecution of
heinous crime* by shipping to foreign
I porta explosives dangerous in the
tugboat degree to life and property. N" ]
I proof ha* been adduced that this rumor >
: i" founded upon fact, and the President
cannot bwlicve it* truth The honor of
: this nation, however, require* that it
I hould not be open to the imputation, j
unfounded though it lw>, of theslighlest
' spjw-araoco of tolerating such crime*. ,
whether to be committed sga-nM our
people or those of other countries, i
Your attention i therefore railed to j
Section* u.'l.V!, .Vi.Vf, U5- r i, 4'J7-*, and 4'7b I
of the Revised Statutes of the United |
Slate*, which regulate the shipment of i
explosive and the puni*hinent of those
who infringe their provisions, and yoti
are instructed to be diligent in your i
efforts to prevent the offense* derri)rd
and to detect or pro*cuta those who
hate or may commit thrm."
The Demoorwtic Pruning-Kntef.
The approprietiona committee of the
bouse at Washington evidently believe
in "administrative reform." Mr Kan <
dell. Mr. Hoiman and Mr. Townahend
have been interpreting the article* in
the news|>aper( in favor of economical
admin tat iat ion aa honestly reflect ng i
the sentiment of the country. Tuey ,
have therefore used the pruning knife ,
very freely in dealing n ith toe estimate*
of the several department* of the gov
eminent. They have done this e*|>eei.
ally ia tte ease of the post office depart
The Postmaster General estimate*! a
deficiency of s3,ooo,tlUtf for the next
fiscal year which he asked congress to
provide for. The appropriation* com
mittee, however, concluded that the
beat thing to do would be to prevent a
deficiency. They tbnmfon- overhauled
the Pnilm-ist* r OenernVa es'inmtes ui,d
knocked a round million off th<- "Star
routes." another million from postmua
tor*' salaries, and another million from
railway transportation of the mails.
The committee are convinced that the
"fut mail service" which i* tun entirely
for the benefit of the Now York und
Philadelphia in >pspers is an outrs
gov.u* swind'e. The alleged "fast mail"
leaves New Yo'k and Philadelphia ut I
a. in., at least eight hours after the dose
of business in thosecitit s.
Ihe milliner in which the sppniprii,
lions committee have gone about
"turning tbc ra-tuls out" will of course
he highly appreciated by those New
York and I'hiliidolphia journal* which
insist that ''administrative reform" is
the only inue ut present, They will
I especially admire the policy which cut*
ofl the indirect subsidy ot million dol
lar* per annum to the New York and
Philadelphia newspapers through the
|so culled "last mails." They are ecr
! tainly to be congratulate*]. Harris!* ury
I I'atnut,
AmiToß (ir.xtßsi. ri.ri t Nut* has
I informed Ihe following clerk* in that
1 Department of their retention Chief
< 'lerk—Thomas M. ''ani#nt. Blair. Cor
• porstion <'l*rk Hubert S. Franzier,
Allegheny, ''lerks—ll. N. Graffen;
Montgomery ; J. Itripgs Myers Venango
James It Storey, Butler, and D L linbrie
Beaver. It is said that the other seven
will com* from Philadelphia, Lycoming
Tioga,Si buy Ik ill, Washington and York.
The nighl watrbman, it is understood,
will be a colored man from I'hilsbelphia-
Misckay * Postal telegraph Company
has sent an agent lien- to propose to
tnae the task of building a postal te.y
graph line out of the hands of the gov
ernmenl and build a line at it* own
pense that th Post < rffi.ee cn use a*
freely u* if Senator I Iniund*' plans
should be carried out. It agree* to
build the trunk line* bctwe n the East
and West, North and South, connecting
tir.t with all the principal cities and
then wilii every town that ha* two
thousand inhabitant* and over. It will
establish its own offices in all these
places slid will place a connection in
each place with the Post < iffl.-es, where
an instrument and operator will also l-e
stationed. The company also'agree* to
carry all kinds of messages, whether
long or short, at s unifom rateof one
half cent a word.
All the company ssks of the govern
ment is to agrs* to sell the telegraphic
•damp* of the nompany ami that the
stamp* shall be devised and tnanufoctu
red by the government, which is to de
duct from ih* sales the cost of making
and haadlingthe stamps which are to be
u**d upon messages** they sre now on
letters. A in essay e of ons hundred
words, for instsncs, will require • fifty
cent stamp sod the stamping of tb*
message will afford the company th*
means of estimating correctly its re
*ei; without s oomplicated system of
hook keeping The Crete) Telegraph
Company ask th* government to sell
these stamps** a guarantee for their]
receiving enough business lowsrrent
lb* outlay in extending their present
Wooley and Conkling
'• hurley" Wooley, of Cincinnati, a*
lie ia familisrly called, it one of those
quiet. potent <orre in polities, of which
we have a few notable illustration* in
this country, lie dijm into public af- 1
tsira for the life of the |>ort, and is never
an apir*iit, although he like* to pro.
mote In* friend*. • of,net Wooley ami
ex-Scnaloi (onklmg are now interview
ing at each other on the subject of the j
Presidential frnttd of l*7f>.'77. and the j
matt<-r the former giw-s the public Is
dccidi illy interesting. He was one of
a committee of live to whom Mr. Tilden
intrusted the management of the affairs
of his headquarter* in Washington dur
ing th progress of the electoral count.
Smith M. Weed, of New York, the day
before the Senate voted on accepting
the fraudulent Louisiana rote. Col.
Wooley say* :
fame into the headquarter* and said
that he bad a most peculiar conversation
with Mr. < onkling a moment before,
which was. as I remember it, to this
effect; Mr. Conkling said, "Weed the
dicision in this Ixttiisiana case is dam
nahte, and should not lie allowed le pas*
without protect." Upon Mr. Weed tel
ling me that—and I commit no I,reach
of confidence in reporting what took
plaoa between tie—l said: "New, I
think I see daylight before us, provided
Mr. Conkling is a statesman. If he is
simply a Urge brained New York politi
cian we will fail; otherwise we will sue
We went to work then, three of us,
and arranged that a Western Senator,
known to he Mr. Conkling's most inti
mate personal friend, should aee him
that night and give him proper aaaur
anees that there were some Republican
Senators who felt as he did and who
would follow his lead, asking simply
that he should leed. s
This Western Senator taw Mr. Conk
ling at midnight, at his hotel, with tbl f
rent, according to Wooley •
I ie Seijuti-r ill qui slioU < alii'* dow It |
ami reported to one of tli persona to i
wh'm ) allude, whnwere managing th ,
ailair, "Conkling i* hotter than * ooe
eyed lioness, lie says he *• ill make
the fight. I told him would sustain
him. Now gel your men n ady." Upon
tbi* being common hated to uie, which
was done immediately ] arranged that
we should go to work at six o'clock in (
11 <• morning, through our messengers j
and friendly Senators, arid ee that
ev< ry Senator was in his place— not
only Iho Democratic but the Kepubli ,
can Senators whom Mr. Conkling had
; been assured would sustain him
' Haiiiilton, of Texas, a Hayes Kepubli
c in, whs l that time si< k iii New York ;
In-nee we Lad one more vo|e than aas
necessary to sustain Mr. • onk ling and
, to de'eat the decision of the Electoral
I ''ommisslon in the Louisiana < .mi-.
Ihe morning that the vote was to be
( taken I sw Mr.Conkling fr-,m iny win
| ''' |W I-'" 1 into a car running to the
, i Capitol. This was at about half past
I ' ,,f ' .o clock. It was r- poi |,->1 to rno
that aft rr.oon, and in fact, telegiaphed
to me from the f .apit*>], over a fictiiious j
name, that we were defeated. Conkling .
I bad run sway. He left thef'apilol with- !
jin about thirty miriutes of the time
, wlir-ri th- v le was to l,e tak< n upon a ;
jdceisnii that he said was ib-manable, J
' J and w bi< h was todecj,|,. t >,<• Presidency
' J of this country, arid < stahli*h a prece I
: dent whieh he and every good citizen of
both parties, I Leleave. now r-
A'ti-r getting this from c,,|. Wooley i
the IJrrall inter* lew,..| Mr. ' onkling
and he tern ly und*h*rplr declared the
whole story unfounded, and ' Lallenged
the production >•( < vid< nce to L"w he ;
had ever promised tr, vote * r>,|.
\\,*,|ry declares. Mr. Conkling d -•* '
n >t deny and ha> tie* <r done so, that hi
regarded Hayes as a fraudulent u*urper.
This will be ihe vi r ict of In torv, and
the rn dit have been* are immatenal.
1 oik! tig missed the opportunity of bis
life, and is alaiul *- responsible f< r 1
Hi, is as th. I/oui*iana He turn ing J'. >ard.
or it ally in ra-. ality, the Republican
' party. Ftitd. '■ Ag
Atitlitional Local.
—Tic- following apprtntunto f-.r the!
U ii.-stni; rt Ii >tn<t were made by tte
('••ntriil I'enns Kvam elicsl C-nf,-ren< e ,
which ccnver.ed B t MllU-n, I'* , March
0 10. ISS4 W K. Detvrsn. r, I*. K
Bellefonte hu fftiiui in tKo tr! ™ \
j M-foll 'awing in the p*rv>n of it Fa
bian, n<j h*w of Mr Samuel I>ewin. Per
sons who have visited the latter'* lor*
from time to time hare *>en innumerable
brarkets of all descriptions displayed about
lb* store, all the handiwork of Mr. Fabian
l.ided'y the finest worki of thia young
man is the "Klevat*d Railroad," intended
for f ok ra*. and made of black walnut
inlaid with Holly. The panels of the door
ar- made of silk velvet, on which i work
ed the mnngram "8 1.." The eecond is a
. cbendilier of white Holly, the centre piece
being of Kbony. Sit angels, holding in
each hand a torch, form the bracket*, and
running crosswise from each of there and
to rupport them, ira beautiful hnart-shap
ed bracket It ia arranged for either a
lamp or jet. Both to be the wedding gifts
to M iat Helen Oberndorf of Baltimore, Md.
SCLLIVAN MATrHEn.— Preliminary ar
i rADgernenta for a match between Jno. L.
Sullivan and MervineTbompaon for a puree 1
of f.1,000 and the championship of Amer
ica have been made and a deposit put up.
The fight ia to be with or without glovea,
and will take place some time in June
An Enthusiastic Endorsement.
OoantM, N. H., duly 14, 1879.
Orvts—Whoever you are, I don't
; know; hut 1 thank the Lord and feel
grateful to yoti to know that in thia
world ot adulterated medicine* there ie
one compound that provee and does all
it adverti#e* to do, and more. Four
yeiu* ago F had a alight ehock of paUy,
which unnerved tne to auch an extant
that the leant excitement would make
me shake like the ague. 1 jut May I
war induced to try Hop Hittere. 1 uaed
one bottle, hut did not aee any change;
another did ao change my nervee that
they are now aa steady as they ever
were. It uaed to take both hands to
write, but now mv good right hand
writee this. Sow, if you continue to
manufacture ar honeat and good an
article as you do, you will accumulate
an honeat fortune, and confer the 1
K cutest blcuing on your fellow men
at war ever conferred on mankind. I
Tia Brum.
—The latest craze-war a bra! J, a* Gar
ter •
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(Jmrrrln, I'rorfnionM, <f e.
4 CO., '
No. 3 and 5
Bishop St.,
Bellefonte* t
! ii
7o buy (_iroc'l'UH in this Mf;C
-ftC/l Of' the Shit) .
At a jVw of
Lake ILrring, 1 4 bhl. 8 2.00
1 Sack Best Roller Flour . 145
1 ''an Finest California I'cache* 35
, • a •
1 1 Apricots .10
, ' " " F'-an- :;o *
3 Can* String Bean*
3 " Lin.a M . 25
•t .w
•i Cxirn 05
3 " Tomaloe* . . 25
3 " Pea* . . o-,
1 " Good Talile P*Bcbea 20
3 Bottle* CaUup J. r ,
8 " Pickle* . . 25
1 lb. Baking Powder . . :;©
1 lb. Pure Pepper . 25
Granulated Sugar <<
1 gal. Beet Table Syrup* all tugar) 70
1 " Glacoae Syrup - 45
j Sugar Syrup, . . 40
Choice Rice . , yg
3 pounds Sultana Prune* . 25
Lump Starch " . yy
Corn Starch, per pound . 08
1 pound beet Coft* . . ]9
Sardinee, 3 boxe* for • . 25
Scaled Herring, per box - 35
Extra boned Codfieh, per box 45
Looar Valentia Raieine - 09
Praocb Prune* 15
Olieui Soap . 08
Bloater Herring, per dot . 20
2 lb* Canned Corned Beef , 27
Tapioca Flake or Pearl 07
Sold rr Cheap In Pro
—n —
We alao have in connection
with our store a first-das*
Meat Market,
And atll CHEAPER than
any other Heat Market in
town. .
E. BROWN, JR., 4 CO.
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