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Cite Centre gewoctat.
Thursday Morning, September, 7,1882.
OoaassroHDKNcs, containing Important naws, tollc.lt
ad from any part of tha county. No communlcatlon-
Inaartad unlets accompanied by tha raal name of tbe
WANTED.— A situation as book keeper
by an unmarried man possessing every
qualification and prepared to give best
recommendations and testimonials as to
competency and character. Address, A.
B. care DEMOCRAT, Bellefonte, Pa. 2t.
LOST. —Between Bellofonte and Miles
burg, on Tuesday sth inst., a hunting-caso
silver watch. Tho finder will bo liberally
rowardod upon Its return to the undersign
ed, or by leaving it at tho CENTRE DEMO
CRAT office. JOHN TATE,
—Wm. Lyons is happy. It's a girl.
—PKRUNA is in itself a great physician.
—Our much] esteemed friend, B. O.
Deininger, of the Millheim Journal, was
i n town on Friday.
—Mr. R. J. Walters, of Lowistown, n
vetoran journalist, paid the DEMOCRAT tho
honor of a call on Friday.
—Miss Laura Parsons, of Philadelphia,
is visiting Miss Jennio Barnes of Pleasant
Gap, and Miss Minnie Hoy of this place.
—Do not ask Mr. James A. M'Clain
whether or not he intends to challenge
Courtney or Ilanlan, ho might be offended.
—On Tuesday next, Miss Ida Gerberick
will leave home to ontor the ladies' sem
inary at Lutherville, Md. Wo wish her
a pleasant and profitable term.
—Mr. Bond Valentine will offer the
Wolf property, situated on Allegheny
street, between Linn and Howard, at pub
lic sale, at tho Court House, on Monday,
September 11, 1882.
—Prof. S. T. Stephenson, the penman
who has been engaged hero for some time
past, is connected with tho public schools
at Lock naven. The professor is an active
worker and pleasant gentleman.
—Mr. Samuel Lewin expects to go to
Philadelphia, next week, and upon his re
turn will be able to show an entirely new
stock of goods. He means to handle a line
of fine clothing never before sold in this
—A hugo pile of coal, lying in front nl
the residence of a Linn street magnate )
attracted the attention of a visiting editor
who remarked "The possession of that
heap of unconsumed carbon would make a
printer's heart glad." Just so.
—Mr. Frank Hamm, who for some time
was an attache of the Bush house has re
ceived an appointment in a mercantile es
tablishment at New Bethlehem, Pa. Frank
is a good fellow and we sincerely trust he
may find his new business venture a pleas
ant and profitable one.
—The Snow Shoo freight that should
have reached here on Thursday, 24th ult.
did notcome until Friday afternoon. While
descending the mountain the rails'sproad al
lowing part of the train to leavo the track.
Tho cabin was badly used up as also was
one other car. No person was injured,
which is rather remarkable, too.
—lt affords us real pleasure to be able to
announco that Rev. John Hewitt, Rector
of the Episcopal church, has been induced
to remain in charge of the church hero.
He bad resigned early in tho summer on
account of ill health but has materially
improved since then. This news will be
gratifying to tbe gentleman's numerous
—The members of tho Methodist Sun
day-school were favored with the presence
of Prof. A. D. Lane, of Buffalo, N. Y-,
on last Sabbath. This gentleman is a
noted vocalist and will undertake to orga
nize a class here. lie is a powerful bass
singer and comes to us highly recommend
ed as a proficient instructor and Christian
gentleman. Encourage him.
—"lnquirer" asks who are admitted
members of the boat club ? Those who
pay the fee, sl6. Tho membership is not
exclusive, the social element in its make
up has not been overlooked, and all who
desire to connect themselves with tho club
will be warmly welcomed. No other town
of equal size can boast as completely equip
ped and gentlemanly a club as our*.
—The Nittany Valley mining company
Is pushings things at a lively rate in the
vicinity of the State College, getting ma
chinery in shape, sinking Artesian wells,
etc. This company Includes many of the
moat prominent citixens of the valley, who
intend to put an excellent quality of ore
on the market. We shall give a more de
tailed account of operations in a future
—The Pennsylvania railroad company
haa built and put the roiling stock on a
branch of the Snow Shoe railroad running
from Snow Shoe to Leatherwood run,
where it reaches the lands of the Midland
Mining Co. The road wilt be speedily
finished up the Little Sandy run, and open
up the Sugar Camp district, one of the
most valuable in the State. The coal is
superior quality of bituminous, and is rated
high in the manufacture of gas and coke,
and for heating purposes is second to none.
It is useless to speculate upon the probable
effect thia enterprise will bave upon busi
ness! oporations In this county, or what vast
fields are yet unexplored, awaiting the in
vestment of capital and push to still furth
er enhance the commercial importance of
our county and its busy people.
ATTENTION VETERANS. The Ninth
Anniißl Reunion and Basket Picnic of tho
Vetoran Club of Centre county will bo
hold in tho City Park, Snow Shoo, Satur
day, Septomber 0, 1882. Exorcise* begin
at 11 o'clock A. M. No postponement on
account of weather. A special train
leavo Bellofonte for Snow Shoe at 9 o'clock
A. M. Passongers from above tho Inter
section can come to that point by this train
on its way from Tyrono. Passengers from
below Milosburg can reach that point by
the morning express from Lock Haven.
Faro for round trip from Bollefonto, Miles
burg and Intersection HIXTT-UVE CENTH.
From Tyrone to Julian (inclusive) and
from Lock Haven to Howard (inclusive)
tickets will bo sold at usual excursion rates
to Milosburg, Soptembor 9th. Ample
railroad facilities are promised. The com
munity is cordially invited. To those who
have never visited Snow Shoe, tho rido
over tho "Switchback" alone, will more
than compensate for tho outlay. On be
half of tho Executive Committee,
JAMES A. BEAVER, Prett.
D. 8. KELLER, Secty.
UNWILLING PEDESTRIANH. — Among
hundreds of others who were stunding
around the depot on Friday forenoon wero
tho heroes of our story—most story-writers
havo but one hero—Messrs. A. Loeb,
Lawrenco Brown and Jno. L. Kurt/.
They watched the numerous arrivals, and
just as tho mail train pulled out, one pro
posed they go to Milosburg and meet t! e
Juniata Valley Printer's Association,
whoso train was lying at tho latter place,
waiting for a clear track. They essayed to
board tho moving train and succeeded
without breaking their necks, and scarcely
had this excitement abated until Kurt/
was startled by the demand of tho conduc
tor for tickets —ho had no ticket and
examination of his various pockets brought
out the fact that he had no money either.
Mr. Loob kindly advanced tho 8 cents nee"
essary to secure passage to M. On tho
way down they speculated upon the man
ner in which they would be reeeiv<sd by
tho printers, thinking they would consider
them the leading citizens of Bellcfonte,
and hail everything satisfactorily arranged.
But, alas ! they were not off the one train
in time to get aboard tho other, hero they
were two mile* from home and no train
duo until 1.30 i\ M. With the promptness
that characterize* their burner* operation*
they held a council of war and decided to
walk. 11 is not nece**ary to remark that
tho meandering triumvirate reached homo
woefully crestfallen, a* in*d n* hornet*,
fully satisfied that Pullman palace car* are
of littlo u*e unlet* you are in them. An
other little party also ml*ed connection*
but were ont home by Mr. K'dilbrecker,
to whom the member* (delicacy prevent*
tho mention of name*) return heartfelt
PRINTERS AT LARUE. —The annual ex
carrion of tho printer* to thi* place on
Friday lat war an occasion of much
piea*ure to the member* of the fraternity
who constitute the Juniata Valley Prin
ter*' Association. The train, composed of
nine car*, all filled, arrived shortly after
10 A. M. The visitor* were received by
tho Logan and Undine Ore companies, and
escorted to the court hou*e yard, where,
after organizing, they were welcomed by
Hon. C. T. Alexander, whoe address was
delivered to tho "Editor*, Compositor*,
Pre**men and Devil*" of the J. V. I*. A.
Mr. Swartz, of tho ALoona Tribune re
sponded, and ox-Oov. Cnrtin *poke for a
short time. The chairman was requested
to announce a motion to adjourn line die,
which wa* carried, and virtually disposes
of tho Association as now constituted. It
i* not probable that the organization will
be continued, having become unwieldy and
After Adjournment tho guwli gave them
selves wholly to enjoyment, tho many
happy faces and pleasant group* testifying
to the satisfaction derived from a short
sojourn in our mountain clly.
The visitors wore struck with thn solid
appearanco of everything, and many ex
pressed a wish to bo able to locate here.
Kvery effort was put forth to please, amuse
and entertain. After dinner two halls, one
at the Bush house and the other in the
armory of Company B, together with a
game of base ball between Altoona and
Ifnntingdon clubs, tho score Altoona 34,
Huntingdon ft, attracted the attention of
the younger members, while tho older
ones visited various parts of town, called
upon popular citixens, and endeavored to
make as many now friends as possible.
Three bands, M'Veytown, 7. ion and
Pleasant Gap, were in attendance.
Altogether it was pronounced the most en
joyable of the five annual excursions, and
Bellefonle can pride herself upon having
done all to entertain ber visiting friends
that lay in her power.
—Prof. Wolf, county superintendent,
conducted the examination of teachers for
Spring and Benner townships, at Pleasant
Hill school house, on Monday. The class
consisted of J. F. Harrison, Jr., W. H.
Noll, Jr., J. A. Noll, J. D. Miller, R. B.
Harrison, Pleasant Gap; Misses Lide Mc-
Ginley, Maria Marshall, Ella Marshall,
Mollie Garber, James Williams, G. B.
Shivery, Bellefonte; Harry C. Norris,
Fillmore; W. L. Snyder, Centre Hill;
Miss Lide M'Elroy, J. W. Shins, Potters
Mills; T. A. Lucas, Howard. Directors
present: A. J. If axel, Armagast,
Uriah Stover, Ferdinand Beexer.
—The oaly physicUs we have had in
the femily for thrta years Is PSRUKX.—
—All i> activity in the theatrical world.
Theatre managers havo ordered their an
nual supply of brilliants and the season
promises to bo one of the most delightful
over experienced. Dollofonto will likely
bo called upon to contribute her share to
Oil tho depleted wallets of some of tho
"stars," which will bo all well enough if
you can afford it; remember, however,
that you and your family must eat, gro
ceries must bo bought and paid for, and to
meet this demand Mr. liainmon Seehler,
whoso place of business is in the Hush
House Block, has largely increased his
stock of elegant fresh groceries, fruits,
moat and goodness only knows what all.
Pay him a friendly visit, whether you de
sire to purchase or not, and, our word for
it, ho will treat you kindly.
—With a sigh of relief wo herald tho
announcement that hoops, not tho ones
used to kcop barred staves intact, but tho
sort that has rendered lovemaking u nui
sance and fortifhal maidens fair so long,
are about to bo discarded, at least BO says
Madatn I.n Mode whoso dictates, in this
case, will be obeyed with wonderful alacri
ty and unanimity. But, ah, yes ! but men
must needs continue to adorn their beauti
fully formed lower extremities with pan
taloons so tight that to sit down means to
endanger tho collusiveness of their several
constituent parts. Now, the kind Lewin,
proprietor of the Philadelphia Branch,
whose clothing has been tendered compli
ment after compliment, sells will not rip.
Try a pair
Wilson, McFarlane & Co., call atten
tion to the only reliable lteady Mixed
Paint in tho market. Tho Pioneer Pre
pared Paint is not only superior to any
Beady Mixed Paint sold but rivals pure
white lead in its smoothness in working
and durability. This paint if guaranteed
by the manufactures not to crack or peel
within three years. The guarantee is not
only good for replacing tho paint but it
will be put on if it should crack or peel
within tho time specified. It will be to
your interest to call and see Wilson, Mc-
Farlane Si Co., before purchasing either
white lead or any other Beady Mixed
—Wedotire on behalf of Messrs. 8. S:
A. Loch to call the attention of buyers to
the following facts regarding their busi
ness: Tho house was established in 1852
hence is one of the oldest in the county ;
they deal in everything, and havo mndn
every line of goods a specialty,—hence are
able to accomodate all at reasonable rates ;
their salesmen are, genteel and obliging;
nothing advertised by them is ever want
ing when akol for, their motto is " Live
and let live," and they honestly endeavor
Ui carry into actual business practice the
theory it teaches, and they are fully alive
to the intcrosts and necessities of their
So. 5, Bush's Arcade, tin oom lately
occupied by Mr. Isaac Guegenheimer, will
be used by tho Reformed congregation, to
day, to-morrow and next day, in holding
an ice cream festival. Chicken and wattle
cupper to-day and to-morrow. We need
not cay anything about tho cuccoca likely
to attend this effort, for tho experience of
former occasion* i* that all who attend
will bo caticfied and pleated. Prooeodt to
apply to "furnishing fund" new Reformed
—The meeting of tho Iloyt' Branch, Y.
M. C. A., on Monday evening wa an in
teresting one. Mr*. Wi*tar Morris, of
Philadelphia, assisted by Mr*. Isaac Mitch
ell, of this place, entertained the boys most
agreeably in a neat interesting talk of twen
ty minute*. It is a fact worthy of note
that the ladies are doing their chare of the
great work and wc hope the boys will ap
preciate their effort*.
—A physician cays it's unhealthy to run
up stair*. That's so. Look at the hotel
porter. He is a picturo of health and
strength. Ho docs not run up stairs, nor
anywhere else. Not by a constantly in
creasing majority he doesn't. If you
will persist in running up stairs, however,
do so with ono of Harry Green's cigars in
—Oak Grove Grange, No. 701, P. H.,
desires us to thank, or, behalf of the orga
nization, Hon. A. G. Curtin for tho liberal
supply of caeds, books and papers with
which he favored them. Mr. Curtin al
ways ha* taken a deep interest in the wel
fare of tho agricultural portion of bis con
stituents, and wo are pleased to know that
his efforts are appreciated.
—The A/jrieultural Kpitomiti came
swinging into our sanctum last week vain
as a peacock sporting new head gear, We
trust the young lady may prosper. John
A. Woodward, Ksq., of Howard, is the
—The Granger'* pic-nic will bo held on
the summit of Nittanr mountain, ono
mile north of Centre Ilail, on Thursday,
—ll. Y. StiUer ha* juit restocked hi*
five-cent counter with many useful arti
cles for the household. Firtt come, firrt
—The devotional service of song and
praise was conducted by Dr. J. H. Rhone,
In the rooms cf the Y. M, 0. A., on Sun
—Miss Lisa is Swart*, after an absence
of two months, during which time she
visited Mends in various parte of the west,
returned home on Thursday last.
NOTICI. —There will be a Bush meeting
hold on the old Bush (iround belonging to
Fred. Ilouser, Esq., on next Sunday, Sep
leruber lUth, 1882, under the nuspiccs of
the Wesloyan A. M. E, Church '/Ann, and
conducted by the ltovii. Taylor Hrown and
Mosos Pinkney, the former from Williams
port, Pa., and the latter from Bellefunte,
Pa. Service! to commence ul 10 o'clock,
afternoon 3 o'clock and evening at 7
o'clock. The public i* cordially invited.
SPUING MILL* ITEMS. —The hot weath
er that Vonnor sent us lately lius been re
placed by cooling breezes, arid we are now
indulging tho hope that the eennorabte
prophet, whom many people hold in such
high ve.nnoratwn , will dilute the remaining
hot wave, promised us, with a few spicy
Our city boarders are gradually going
back to their homes.
Tho brick-layers havo commenced tie
work of erecting the new school house.
Mr. John Coldron, contractor, is pushing
tho work, speedily as he can,
Mr. K. C. Krumrine will move to Lew
isburg this fall, to accept a position with
Smith & Co., grain dealers. We are sorry
to havo to part with him.
Messrs. Sheesly and Latny have pur
chased the saw mill now in operation on
the M'Cool tract, near this place. They
I have engaged UJ saw several tract" of tim
| her on Brush mountain, between Millheiin
| and Spring Mills. *
REUNION Of Co. "A," HBtb Jtegt, I.
• —As announced, the surviving mem
bers of the noU-d "A" of the glori
ous 148'h in the late civil war held
a reunion at IL-bcrsburg, August 25.
3,000 persons are estimated to have
J been in attendance. After falling in* the
J first business was calling the roll, one
j member answering for these absent by
j giving time and place of death of each,
: this concluded they marchi-d to the grove
and were addressed by Maj. B. 11. Furster.
His address is spoken of as having been
intensely interesting and very instructive.
He was captain of the company. Con.
Heaver, its colonel, put in an ap|*-arance
and spoke a short time. Hon. A. <. Cur
tin spoke next. Then they had dinner
1 just as they used to on the tented field.
In the afternoon Maj. fb-o. I), pif.-r,
Sorgt. Meyer and Col. J. P. Cuburn spoke.
During the address of Mr. Meyer conster
nation filled the camp when it was made
known that a body of the enemy was
bearing down upon the peaceably inclined
boys in blue. Tho line was hastily formed,
j Capl. Spanglor commanding, and a charge
made, but the boy* reckoned without th ir
hosts and were driven back to their quar
ters in disorder, they were gotten in sha;o
again and a terrible assault succeeded in
bringing in the attacking party prisoners
Firoworks in the evening ended one of the
most enjoyable occasions of which the
people of this county have any record.
I'ftoniHinoN.—The County Executive
Committee of the Constitutional Amend
ment Association of Centre count? met in
the reading room of the V. M. C. A on
Tuesday evening, 29th ultimo, with a full
representation. The following membeis
wero present : I>r. Thos. B. Hayes, Hon.
John Powers, Chas. F. Cook, Bellefonte;
Bo*. W. A. Carver, Snow Shoe; Prof.
John Hamilton, Joseph Baker, Esq., Col
lege; Christian Dale, Spring; John Smith,
Howard; Henry Iddings, Union ; Capt.
Austin Curtin, Boggs ; Oeorge Kckle, Fer
guson ; Col. Josiah Neff, Potter. These
gentlemen are all active, zealous and judi
cious in conducting measures that will
promote the interests and assure tho sue-
I cess of the Association in this county.
The meeting was called to perfect some
of the details of the organization, which
being completed, now puts our Association
in excellent working order. A committee,
com|oscd of Dr. T. H. Hayes, chairman,
Prof. John Hamilton and D. 8. Keller,
Esq , was appointed, whose duly it will be
to superintend the establishment of branch
es in every borough and township in the
county, and, we are informed, they mean
to give the matter their personal attention,
commencing at onco to fulfill the obliga
tions imposed upon them, and will not be
satisfied until every voting district is the
seat of a healthy, united, interested branch
of the County Association.
As wo understand it, and we have every
reason to vouch for the absolute truth of
the assertion, a strenuous effort will be
made to exclude entirely all political and
denominational features. The success of
the movement can only beacerlainty with
the unanimous and combined asaistance of
all temperance workers, and the impor
tance of the total abolition of the liquor
traffic Is of sufficient interest to the fathers,
mothers, wives and property owners of
our county to command the hearty support
On behalf of the committee, and its
work, we recommend that they be received
with open arms, and their action supple
mented by tho unstinted help of all who
desire to free car people from the various
evils arising out of the Indiscriminate tale
of intoxicating drinks. We shall be
pleased to publish reports, giving neress
of officers, place of meeting, number of
members, etc., of all branch associations,
organised, in order to, in this way, keap
the public posted.
—The eighteenth annual convention of
the Fenna, Mute 8. 8. Association will be
held in St, Paul's Lutheran church Sas
ton, Pa., October I', 12 and 18. Super
in tendon U will please announce.
Mr. Edward F. Our man U on the nick
lint, at alio li Mr. Aikem.
—No woman really practice! economy
unleii alie uiei tbe Diamond Dye*. Many
dollar* can bo tared Aik tho
Mr. Bamudl Do win wishes to return
thunk* to the M'Veytown Cornet Band for
the complimentary serenade tendered him
on lat Friday.
Mr. Finloy Johnson waa at homo on
-Sunday. He ii one of Lock llaven'i crack
painter!, doing good work and making
plenty of money.
—Mr. J. W. Sweely, the irrepressible
editor of the Williamsport Urea/far /
Table, i interested in the publication of
the Pittsburg Sunday Traveler. The firat
number ha* reached u and ii a model of
neatneu and intereit. Bucee*.
—Our borough lock-up wa shamefully
abufed by a party who were granted tbe
freedom of it* corridor* on Friday night'
They "junt knocked the stuffin' out of the
old thing," in the language of one who
viewed the ruin* the next morning.
Mr. J. C. Noll, of Pleasant Gap, who
will bo remembered as one of the teachers
of our county for leveral terms past, l
now u student at Franklin and Marshall
College, Lancaster. We understand hii
object it to prepare for the practice of luw,
—At li >ak'i saw mill, near Snow Shoe,
on last Thursday, a saw bursled, a flying
piece of which struck Mr. Seigfried on the
head wounding him seriously. On Tues.
day another saw flew to pieces at the same
mill, but fortunately no one was hurt.
! —A very excellent portrait of Gen. Ja*
A Beaver ha been presented to the V. M
U. A.by Mr. George D'Almaine, the por
! trait painter. This is the second picture
j Mr. D'Almaine has given to the Associa
tion, the first one being that of D. 8. Kel
ler, Esq., the present [.residing officer.
—There are few men in this world who
are more practical than Adam iloy, Ksq.
When any one in his employ chooses to
quit, Mr. Hoy can pull off his coat and fill
the place thus vacated. His one weakness
appear* to be horses and caring properly
fur his valuable team is his greatest pleas
—The citlxen* of Lock Haven appear
earnest in their effort to hurry on the new
railroad project. At a meeting held on
Saturday last, of which Major Hall was
chairman ex Senator Peale spoke urging
prompt and concerted action, and vouched
for the speedy completion of the road. A
committee to take proper steps was ap
i —Mr. W. A. Tobias ha* finished the
j index of deeds for tbe county upon which
ho has been engaged for one year and a
hnlf. The book* number 48 separate vol
umes, elegant specimens of the book-bind
er's art, and are without blot or blemish
The penmanship is plain, legible and
pretty, the work of Messrs. L. I). Munson
and C. K. Sbroeder.
—The Molly Tree Inn, one of the best
temperance restaurants, is thus spoken of
by the Altoona Tribune man who visits*!
this place on Friday last:
The one institution in Bellefonte wbicb
specially attracted our attention was the
Holly Tree Inn, situated near the passenger
depot. It is under the joint management
of the AS oinan's Christian Temperance
union and the Young Men's Christian As
sociation. It i neat and attractive in ap
pearanee and the bread, soup, butter, cof
fee, etc., dealt out to its patrons arc of the
best quality. Its hot coffee, especially in
ihe colder months of the year, will doubt
less keen many a man out of the saloons
It is a shame that Altoona doe* not have
an inn of this sort. How much longer
will it bo without ono ?
—"Voter," correspondent of the Daily
Newt, had something to *ay to • number of
person* who violate, almoct daily, many of
the flatute* on our borough ordinance
book*. While hii remark* are all right in
many particular*, he indulged in ungentle
manly ahu*o of Mayor Power*, than
whom, Itcllefonte never bad a more con
•cientiout and faithful executive. It i*
aiking too much to expect a Chief Burge**
in addition to puniahing evil-doer* to pa
trol the *treeta in order to arreit them
It would be a matter of much cangratula
lion to the better di*po*ed of our cilixen*.
if the evil*, of which "Voter" peak*i
were remedied, and we hope the love of
order, to common to our community, will
tucceed in meting oat well earned chaa
tieement to thote who by their conduct
Cuir* FROM MILLRKIM.—A number of
our cilisent attendod Clintondale camp,
mooting on Sunday.
They ore still working at tbo Lutheran
church. Hurry up, gentlemen, If you
mean to finish this fall.
Mr. P. P. Musaer is again seen upon our
streets, but uses a can a While hunting
he fell over a stump, and sprained one of
bis ankles. He has bad a serious time of
Two of our aged citiaens indulged in a
spirited political discussion the other day.
They waxed warm enough to come togeth
er but did not aght.
The festival, held Friday and Saturday,
by the members of the Cornet Band
proved in all respecta a success and the
um taken in was far more than tbey bad
anticipated. The hoys intend purchasing
Instruments and this will give them quite
a lift. FaiT*.
Lostk Pisrx, Pa., Mar. 'lb, lk>|
Dr. Clark Johnson : This certifl -tfc, i
have been much benefitted for
Dyspepsia, through the use of your *,,
lent JMOJA.N BMSODSYBUH. 1 ret- fnu, f ',i
its use to suffering humanity.
—Bpacial inducements fur Y*
Winter clothing during the
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Meeting of the .Northern Conference.
The Northern <k>nfereree of the - u> .
od of Central Pennsylvania met at IL,
tlelon, Union county, Tuesday eve r , jr „
Aug. 'HiI, 1882. In the absence of u ,
President, Rev, J. A. Koser, Rev. p, A
Heilman preached tbe ojening s-rmon
Wednesday morning conference
mally opened for business. R-v W. JJ
Diven was elected President /. '
Ibe following delegates answered
Ci.tai;ai— Rev. J. G. Aospach, ),.
S. Henry, M film burg, Rev. K. F. Gr,
hoe, While Deer, Rev. P. A. 11-.
Lock Haven, Rev. W. 11. Diven, 5.,;,,.....
Rev. C. W. Secrist. Kitten* Hall, |;^
H. K. Furat, Bellefonte. R<-v. W. 1. } .;
or, Centre Hall, K-v. John Tom lin
Aaronaburg, Rev. A. K. Z-mm-rr.,,
Reberal-urg, Rev. M. L. Furt, Ilartl.
(AUBKKTEM.—Rev. J. A. Koser. I\ r ,
Grove Mills, Rev. J. K. Miller, '
Hall, Rev. It. 11. Fletcher l/ock Ha\< f,
Lav.—Charles Ruhl, I'.iiflalo, W ||
Harter, Hartleton, W. S. Iteucb, \V|, •
Deer, John A. Ssvarlx, Iluhlersbur;-. |
O. Deininger, Milllieim, Geo-ge I t t (i
gard, Woil's Store, Christian La-
Vistnao MXHIIEM.— Rev. J. W. <; .-,.j
lin, Secretary Board of Home M-- i
A ork, Prof. J. M. ISickle, Penney,v •
After the usual routine business
disposed of, an able and comprehen-.w
essay on tbe fSecmul Article of the
burg Confctrion waa read by Rev. S. Hen
followed by a diacussion on the >:
until the hour of adjournment.
In the alternoou Iter. J. W. Qoo-ii
delivered a very interesting addrc--
the borne mission work of the cbur
Rev. P. A. Heilman followed witn
well-prepared es-ay on The *0
Catechetical Instruction. The essay ■
ed some very practical and instruct.
remarks by Revs. Kiaher, 8. E. turn
In the evening Rev. A. K. Ztmaer
man preached a discourse cu llenex c
to a full audience, after which a coba.-
tion for home missions was taken UK
Thursday morning Prof. Rickle, to a
address of half an hour, gave a ict
satisfactory statement of the tutu
work and prospects of Pem- ay! rui
The mooted question, llab thai /S
tracteti Meeting* be conducts! ' was o[<Mi
by Rev. W. K. Fisher. This subject *
discussed by several minister* with mad
earnestness; and while it win pisitlf
manifest that differences of opinion a
exist on the vexed question, it m
agreed on all hands that all relig e
services should be conducted "dec*? i
and in order."
In the afternoon an interesting <•
drena' meeting was held. The spat- w
church was well filled. Rev. J
Goodlin spoke to the children on lei
Thing*, B. 0. Deininger on -Jrwrh. ma
Rev. W. E. Fisher on A Mr** of ItL1 t L
Thursday evening Rev. 8. K. furnt
delivered the closing sermon to a n'.v
and attentive audience, after J
conference adjourned to meet at 8. as
Monday evening Nov. 27th next.
Ihe members of conference were
most royally entertained by the goe-i
people of Hartleton. All the ees;ot>*
were well attended and much inters*!
waa manifested in the exercises. There
is reason to believe that mutual ssd
lasting good will result from this met
ing of tbe Northern Conference.
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