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LANCASTERDAILY INTEmLGENGEBLTUESDAY MAY 25, 1880.
133d Annual Meeting of the Miniiderimn of
Monday Afternoon. Rev. G. F. Spieker,
of Kutztown, conducted the opening exer
cises, announcing the German hymn 0
IleH'gcr Geist, kehr' bci tins ein.
The minutes of the morning Kessien were
approved after correction.
The tellers reported that Rev. Dr. W. J.
Mann, had been elected president of the
synod fur the ensuing year, by 109 votes
out of a total 127. Dr. Mann was cordially
congratulated by Dr. SchaeflTer, the retir-
ing picsidciit. and in turn thanked his pre
" rictcsfcorfer the hearty leceptien acceided
him, and the synod for the trust reposed
in him in his election.
Rev. II. Grahn, of Philadelphia was
cillcil te the chair as president pre tern,
while Dr. Mann retired te make up his
The order for the afternoon sessions,
namely, the constitutions for syn
od, ceufeicuccs and congiegatiens.
was then taken up for discussion and te be
adopted as far as essiblc.
Rev. Dr. Sclunucker thought the synod's
committee had net fully iinished its work,
namely, the publishing of the icsult of
their conference in the matter of constitu
tion se that it could be inspected and used
by members of synod.
Rev. J. 11. Rath inquired if the lat
general council had net made some pro
gress in the work.
Dr. Sclunucker replied that the general
council had done little or nothing. He
1 bought the constitution ought te be
thoroughly revised and amended, and
asked ten minutes time te explain the po
sition of the synod in providing govern
ment for itself .since its establishment.
He thought .synod could net settle the
matter or complete the work new. but it
was icady te examine the underlying
principles. Synod must labor .jointly
with the general council it preparing its
Rev. W. K. Friek raised the point of
elder that most of the subject brought te
the notice of synod could net be discussed.
because it hud been passed upon legally
by previous .synods, and no amendments
had been etfeied in lerm te bring it up.
Dr. Sclunucker held that synod had
acted as far as it could go and legally, but
its wei k had never been completed, and
came up regularly for further considera
tion. Mr. Frick insisted upon his point of
order, and said that his stand was taken
te save a sea of discussion, but he was
Dr. Mann having returned te the fleer
of Synod, assumed the chair. Ilis com
mittees, announced te the synod, aieas
On President's Repert Rev. 0. .
Krauth, D. D.; Revs. T. T. Jaeger, R.
him, ii. urahn, j.j. Kiicndig, and Messrs.
W. V. Hauff and... W. Hubley.
On Reception of Congregations Revs.
C. F. Welden, F. Waltz, A. J. Weddell,
Ij. 5reh, R. E. Kranilich, and Messrs. J. V.
File and F. Armstrong.
On Excuses Revs. J. W. llassler, J.
V. Early, J. F. Wampele, and .Messrs.
Henry Lehman and II. M. Ellis.
On Systematic IJencvelencc Rev. F. J.
F. Schauta. E. E. Sibele, V. K. Fiick,
11. N. Fegcly, R. F. Apple, G. II. Trabert,
A. I'l'lucgcr, and Messrs. D. AVi.s.ser, 1. L.
Grass. J. K. Hcil and ('. R. Raer.
Orphans Heme at Germantown. Revs.
F. P. May.ser, J. M. Ansp.ieh, C. Kecrncr,
and Messrs. R. Mueller and J. Fegley.
On Parochial Rebuts Revs. J. U.'Rath,
S. S. Henry, D. K. Kaepner, F. K. Hunt.
ing, II. 1$. Stredach, and Mecsrs. C. Dieiz
and C. S. Kopitsch.
On Discipline Revs. C. W. Schaellbr,
D. D., 1). .1. Laitzle, D. D., L Greenwald,
D. I)., and Messi.s. V. H. Staake ami .1.
On the Minutes of Other Synods Hevs.
('. J. Cooper, O. P. Smith, M. Schimpf,
G. II. Rheadcs. A. Richter, V. J. Andies
andilcssra. T. Diehl, F. V. Reates and J.
On Ministerial Business Revs. A.
Spaeth, I). D., 15. Sadler, D. D. and
On President's Account Revs. F. l$er
kcineycr, .1. R. GreiTand M. C. Heme.
On motion the constitution for the con-
lcrenccs was taken up at the 517th .section,
which divides the synod into live confer
once districts, such as the synod shall fiem
time te time shall decree.
The word "ministers' was substituted
for "pastors" in the !)8th section; which
refers te members of the conference.
Section 101, en meetings of the confer
ence, was changed te read : " If a minister
absent himself from mere than one meet
ing of the conference without having pre
sented a Millicient excuse, he shall be sub
jected te discipline by the conference,'
instead el "If a minister absent himself
fiem t hi ec successive meetings, etc."'
Under the head of duties of ellicers,
section 105, which gives the president of a
conference added powers, such as installa
tion, corner-stone laying, visitation, etc.,
an animated debate was entered upon as
te whether these powers should net be
given solely into the hands of the presi
dent of the synod.
Dr. Fry opposed the relegation of the
power of the beards te conferences. Rev.
Trabert favored it and also Rev. Sehantz,
and Dr. Spaeth. Dr. Schacircr favored the
rule as it stands.
Rev. J. W. Earley, suggested that the
article be amended se as te include the
installation of ministers who had gene
fiem this synod into another, and returned
again, without being received regularly in
to the synod.
Rev. J. R. Rathfavered an enlargement
rather than a contraction of the powers of
1 lie president.
JJy request of Ii. F. Sayler the synod
agreed en Wednesday, at 8 a. m., as the
time te be photographed.
Session closed with prayer by Rev. J.
V.diicatieual ami Missionary.
The service in the interest of education
and missions was held in Zion's German
church en Vine street, Rev. F. P. Mayscr,
pastor, last evening.
After the singing of a hymn and prayer
and the Scripture reading, Paster II.
Grahn presented the needs and hopes of
tne en men in tnc mission work. After
another hymn Rev. W. A. SchaefTer, of
Germantown, editor of the Foreign Mis
sionary, made a missionary address in
Mr. II. R. G. Artman, the young mis
sionary appointed, was then introduced te
the synod and made a brief address, in
which he besought the sympathy of the
ministers and congregation for the mission
ary work, and especially for himself about
te go abroad for labor among the Telcgus
Thin Morning's Session.
After the formal opening services an
encouraging report was read by Mr. L. L.
Houpt, secretary of the beard of citv
missions. Alse one from the asylum for
the aged and infirm at Germantown. Beth
reports were received.
Rev. Dr. Sciss presented a report of the
heard of directors of the theological .semi
nary in riiiladelplua. 1 he seminary has
with several slight amendments, adopted.
An election was had for five ministerial
and five lay directors of the theological
seminary, r-j-jy A tJT , ' .
The Pieamce.Wjjubpn&eil of ReT.JW.'
A. Passavant, D. D of the Pittsburgh
synod, and Rev. J. G. 3Ierris, D. D.. of
the synod of Maryland.
The treasurer's reperfrwas audited and
found correct. -
Synod adjourned te give place te private
ministerial session, Rev. J. A. Fritz, of
Yerk, leading the devotional exercises.
The Celebration Te. Night.
This evening, in Trinity church, will be
held the seventh semi-centennial anniver
sary of the delivery of the Augsburg Cor Cer Cor
fessien, and the third centenary of the pub
lication of the Reek of Concord, Iter.
Prof. II. E. Jacobs, I). D., of Gettysburg,
and Rev. A. Spaeth, D. D., will deliver
Tet a Dec.
A little son of James Black, painter, of
North Duke street, was severely bitten, by
a spitz &Aast eraninVJ A nlmieiU
dressed the wetlhd, winch "Vs net beKered
te be serious.
Vha Wen 4TIbY
Hilerf-Reck4 entertained the Plant club
last evening with a paper en tropical vege
tation, of which a fuller report is laid ever
for publication te-morrow.
A tUBCiCAT for the limbs. St. Jaoeb's Oil.
Natives or Lancaster County.
W. II. Egle has been publishing in the
Harrisburg Telegraph some sketches of
former citizens of Daunhin cenntv of
which the following have a local interest
for people of Lancaster county :
IIai.iikman, Jaceii M., the second son of
Jehn Haldeman and Maria Rrenncman,
was bem in Denegal township, Lancaster
county, ,iaren 4, 1781. His grandfather,
Jacob Haldeman, a native of German
Switzerland, emigrated at an early period.
The former received a geed English and
German education, and, about 1800, pur
chasing the water power and forge at the
month nf Wdlnw Ilrnenlmc amiaI ft.ml.e..
land ceuntv.established himself in tl, !,,m ?nd Shadow." at Fulton opera house, for the
i....: ir ...1.1...I TiY". " "i ,7.7, "" eenent eithe me.Hcal dl
As excursion te Philadelphia and Cellins'
Beach will be run ever the Pennsylvania It,
H. en Tuesday next from Columbia, Lancaster
and Btatlenseust as lr as Downingtown.
Fare from the round trip from Lancaster, $2.25.
Sjicclal train leaves Lancaster at fcie. Return
ing leaves Philadelphia at 7 p. in. This affords
person a fine opportunity of visiting Phila
delphia at a very low rate.
Fer baby and children what mere delicate
and wholesome than Culicura Seap-
" The Twe Orphans" Te-niyht. The favei ite
mele-dnuua of "The Twe Orphans" will be
presented at Fulton opera house this evening
by a company from Daly's theatre, New Yerk.
The play is a popular one with natrens of pub
lic amusements hereabouts, and has always
drawn liberally. Several members of the cast
were witlfDaly's "Arabian night" combina
tion, which achieved such a-brilliant success
daring the.win ter.
Dispensary Benefit. On next Thursday even
Ing Adelaide U. Murdoch, a slider of the-emi
nent actor and elocutionist, James K. Mur
doch, will deliver a lectureentited "Substance
JPflff6 te call attention te our complete line of
" ,knives, ' , .
In addition te a full stock et the celebrated Borers BroJsgedilkjweJiavotte exclusive sale
in this city el the elecfre-plated ware ei Uie Gerham Mauufectwrrng Ceinpsny. These are the
beat finished and mestjlui-able in the market, and in reremmmtHrig-thefn tathe trade this
company (whose representations are always reliable) claim "ler them the fallowing nwrit
" The base efthe Gerham electro-plate fcref nickel silver. The silver-plated wares made upon
this base combine all the excellence of the aellilsilver goods except the intrinsic value or the
silver itself. Oneef the remarkable features of the process et electro-plating Is perfect accu
racy and delicacy with which the llnest line erthe.engravlng or chasing traced en the surface
of the nickel base is reproduced en the suruu efthe stiver-ceating. Thus all the excellence of
workmanship which ha earned for the company Its reputation s makers et sterling silver
goecjs is made tributary te the production of unsurpassed cleetre-pUte-.Eheqiiantlty of pure
""' uciiusiwM en uie uneiy nuisnetl ease exceeds that upon the best or foreign plate. This
ware would be excellent and take a line polish without a coating et silver, yet upon it is laid a
silver surlacc which wilUf net abused last mere than a generation. The object is te produce
plated ware which shall liave all the beauty of the solid wares. This high grade et ware is un -distinguishable
from work in Sterling silver. Its pattern, ornaments and workmanship are
made equal te these for which the Company's Sterling Silverware has been se highly com
mended. Te these conditions Is added the undetlnable air or style which distinguishes the
genuine in everything irein the work et Imitators and which naturally transfers itself from
the Sterling te the plated ware." The price of these 'goods Is only a tritle higher than sonic of
tne miener prrxiurtlens.
H. Z. RHOADS fc BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street, Lancaster.
TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 25, 1880.
"Washington, May 24. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states, stationary barometer, sta
tionary or higher temperatures, south
te west winds, clear or partly cloudy
business. He added a rolling and slitting
mill, and by his energy and industry seen
became one of the foremost iron manufac
turers in the state. His superior
iron found a steady market, and
upon the establishment of the arsenal at
Harper's Ferry, he supplied the govern
ment for several years. About the vear
1814, Mr. Haldeman laid out the town of
Xcw Cumbeiland. He greatly aided in
the building of the bridge ever thcSusque-
nauiia, auu in euier enterprises ei the day.
He was a large stockholder of the Harris
burg bank, and en the death of Mr. Elder
in 18"i'5, chosen president thereof, a posi
tion he rNld at the time of his death.
Frem the "pried when Mr. Haldeman
made Harrisburg his permanent residence.
he was largely interested in its local enter
prises. He died at Harrisburg en the leth
of December, 1850, aged seventy-five
years, and is interred in the cemetery
there, ne married, May 17th, 1810, Eliza
Ewing Jacobs, daughter of Samuel Jacob.'-,
of Colebrook furnace, who survives. Mr.
Haldeman was very successful in all his
businessnransactiens, and left a handsome
estate. He was a leading citizen, and
aided largely in the prosperity of our city.
K i:r.v, Jehn M., was born in Martic
township, Lancaster county. Pcnna. about
the year l?!."i. He was of German descent
en the the maternal side, the name of his
mother's family being Litzenberg. He
received a classical education, studied
medicine and graduated in 1817. In 1819
he published a scries of educational articles
in the Baltimore Chronicle, which were re
printed at Harrisburg in 1824, in an octave
pamphlet of thirty eight pages. In 1827
Dr. Iveagy became principal of the Har
risburg academy, and during the same
year published his ' Pcstallezian Primer,"
a work made up largely of the mere
modern object lessens, but under
the name of "Thinking Lessens, and
Lessens in Generalization." l$y this
method, as seen as the child knows a
vowel and a consonant, he is taught te
spell and lead the syllable which they
form. Iu the introduction, the author ad
vecated the teaching of a child te read
words, "as if they were Chinese syllables,"
and without a previous knowledge of the
letters, a practicable mode which avoids
the absurdity of telling a child that nee a
tea (which should .spell seat) spells cat. He
remained at Harrisburg about two years
when he went te Philadelphia te take
charge of the Friends' high school. Short
ly before his death, which occurred at
Philadelphia iu the winter of 188(1-37, Dr.
Iveagy was elected professor of the lan
guages in Dickinsen college, but did net live
te act. Upsides being a classical scholar,
the doctor knew Hebrew, German and
French ; lie knew theprinciplesef mechan
ics, and insisted that boilers should have
mere liie surface. Had he been brought
ui as a machinist, he would have invented
luiniiui' oeuers, naving constructed a cop
per model composed partly of tubes.
spensary ter the sick
peer of Lancaster. The Philadelphia Times
speaks of her in this complimentary language :
"Gifted with a tine presence, rare elocution
ary powers and a full, rich voice. Miss Mur
dech possesses natural advantages which
proved orgreatassistauce in eloquent discus
sion of her theme. Her object was te prove
that the darkest trials of lite can be brightened
by the sunshine et a benevolent sympathy and
a generous but wise assistance or these who
arc stricken down in its strife and turmoil.
Her audience was interested and appreciative
and the telling points of her lecture were al
ways greeted with hearty applause."
Malesu. In this city, en the 44th Inst.,
Michael M alone, in the Wtli year of his age.
The relatives und friends are respectfully in
vited te attend the funeral from his late resi
dence. Ne. 301 East Orange street, en Friday
meining at 9 o'clock. Service at St. Mary's
c'luicb. si ii
4 FA1K AND STKAWHEKKY FESTIVAL
X ier tne benefit et St. Jeseph's Church,
w ill commence en FltlDAY. MAY 28, at Roth Reth
weiler's Hall, Vest King street, and continue
ter ten days. mUMwd
Nutritious, restorative, quieting, siren
ening und purifying are Malt Hitters.
Deuiecratlc County Committee.
The members of the Democratic county
committee elect for the ensuing political year
are requested te meet at Shober's hotel this
city, en MONDAY, JUNK 7, 1880 at 10 a. m., ler
organization and ter such ether business as
the committee may determine.
W. U. HKNSKL,
m!7-tf Chairman for 187'J-su.
Telephone, Telegraph, and kindred electrical
messengers will all be utilized by the orders
for SOZODONT, which will be flashed ami
sounded eyer the wires. It Is as well known
abroad as at home, as a cleansing agent for the
teeth. inygf-1 wdeed w
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
"My Tormented Hack,"
Is ihe exclamation of mere than one peer
hardworking man anil woman ; de you knew
why it aches ? It is because your kidneys are
ever-tasked and neeil strengthening, and your
system needs te be cleansed of bad humors.
Kidney-Wert is the medicine you need. " It
acts likea charm," says a well-known physi
cian, "I never knew it te fail."
Uemember! The only perfect proprietary
medicine as a "Itloed Searcher" is that bear
ing the name et "Dr. Llndsey," and which
may be had from druggists.
A Ceunit, Cet.i), Cataiiuh or Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, us neglect often
times results In some incurable Lung Disease.
" Brown's Jlrenchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many of which ure injurious. The geiiu geiiu
lne "Brei'n' HrancMal Troches" are sold
only in bores. myiVlwiTTlutS&w
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
reit suritKMK judeb.
FOU AUDITOR OBHERAL.
U015KUT I'. DECIIEKT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
C"ULTON OPEKA HOUSE MURDOCH.
XEKEFIT OF "TUB
-Free Dispensary for tne Sick Peer.
TIIUItSDAY EVENING, MAY 27.
ADELAIDE U. -MURDOCH.
In her Lecture, Entitled
"Substance and Shadow."
News of the Afternoon..
Virginia has been refreshed by the
heaviest rains that have fallen for months.
.Grewing crops, especially corn' and eats,
which had suffered greatly, have been
given great relief, and farmers are freed
from the trouble of watering corn and
ether plants te keep them alive.
Philadelphia's Milten relief fund foots
up $41,500. of which $15,000 is still in
The Senate te-day agreed te postpone
all ether business and take up the super-
visors' bill. In the Heuse the
morning hour was spent in discus
sing the sundry civil bill ; all
items for public buildings were disposed
of as reported and amendments for new
buildings ruled out of order. TWenty out
of fifty-two pages of the bill have been
disposed of. Secretary Sherman nsks ler
$100,000 te make mere room te store the I
The Whittakcr court martial will net
meet again until Friday, May 28, at 10
A UOKK1ULE CKlMi:.
'I: KIM itlCT ATTOIiJIBT.
Try Loeher's I'enewncd Cough Syrup.
II. n. H'wwr A Ce., Rochester, X. Y. :
Ocntlkmkn: I have tried your Sale Kidney
and Liver Cure ler "Jtright's Disease," with
which 1 have been afflicted ler the last two
years, ami it has done wonders for me. 1 be
lieve It is the only cure known ler that terri
ble disease, and It is w ilh pleasure that I wrlle
this testimony in its favor. Yeu are at liheity
te ne this in any way you see proper, te bene
fit suffering humanity.
Truly yours, Jas. S. I'kescett,
North Union, Ohie,
Shakers' Society, Cuyahoga County,
niyl3-2wd&w Cleveland, Ohie.
Try Loeher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
FOU 8KNAT0R (13th DIHTUICT.)
J. 15. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEXRLY (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. I SIUUK.
FOR A88KMBLT (3d DUTUItfr.'
IS. DAVIS YUNDT,
FOR PRISON INSI'ECTOIW.
J'AKTON M. WINTKISS
FOR POOR DIRECTORS.
LANCASTER COUNTY AI'l'OINTMENTS.
IIEI.EOATES TO NATIONAL CONVBNTlO.V.
It. .1. McUUAXX,
W. U. HEXSEL.
C. J. RIIOADB.
JAMES G. MeSl'AKRAX.
STATE COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
M. S. MOOIIE.
TUESDAY EVENLNG, 3IAY 25,
Manager Jehn D. Mishler has the honor et
presenting with New Scenery ami Elegant
Costumes the Union Square version of the
great play of the
1 1. its Original Stjle, with an Eminently Tal
ented Company, consisting of the
Late members of the Cemnanv nttnnlnil te
DALY'S THEATRE, New Yerl The public
are respectfully informed that every attention
ill be paid te details and no pains or expense
spared te give a Strictly First-class Perform
ance. SPECIAL PRICES :
GALLERY-. as cm.
ADMISSION 35 "
RESERVED SEATS, SO "
Reserved Seats new en sale at Opera Heuse
Oflieu. Ne extra charge. ur20-.ritd
The llnest let of extra eualitv Old
A Drunken Father Murders a Crippled Sed,
Chicago, 111., May 25. A despatch
from Pert Washington, Wis., says : "The
facts of a most brutal and unnatural
murder have just been made public. Jehn
Cenrad, a well-to-de farmer, twelve miles
from here, was the father of Jehn Peter
Cenrad, aged twenty-two, a bed-ridden
cripple, who had been mute from his
birth. On Monday last Cenrad returned
drunk and beat the crin-
boy, and ended by throwing
down stairs and breaking his
Subsequently Cenrad took every
precaution te conceal the crime. He
washed up the bleed and kept the body
out of sight until it was buried. Suspicion
was aroused, however, and the body ex
humed. Cenrad lied, but was arrested at
Buffalo en his way te Germany, and is
new being brought back te this place."
A BRAVE WOMAN.
.!!!!H,AB-En!I..May 23--Keur dull, lower!
snpernne$3 Oe3W; extra at 004 SO; Ohie
and ladteaa fhmlly at $5 25G u : Penn'a
famUy5iaBj5U; si Leuis family s SOS? 00 :
Rye flour at 75.
Cornmeal Brandywtne unchanged.
i ,i$t9ulet.aua'tea,y' Ke- - Western Red
ISO' tenn,il5eall3; Amber! 29
.t?L Mai?ht 9t'PP,5' n fair demnnd ;
8lfim,eJ.fn;.4fc ; yeldew "35 5 niixeil 5f55c.
..i.dul'view.,'r. Ne- White. 46c : Ne.i de
rc; No.3,rteXc; Ne. :, Mixed I 40Jfl
Rye firmer; Western and Va. 92fiJ3c.
rrovteieus dull ; mess perk at U 25tf 11 50 :
bcerhain817Q1730:;indla mess beetjis DO :
bacon,smoked shenlderCjc ; salUgtKc :
aineked hams 10611c ; pickled hnms SSSc
lAl dull ; city kettle 7c ; loe-e tnueliers
6&c; prime steam $7 05 1
Butter choice scarce, Arm ; creamery extra
33c; de geed te choice 13&15c; Itradferd
county and New Yerk rati a labile ; Western
reserve extra at lGaiTc; de geed te
tiKnew i-hjiec : neus nun : l'enn'a extra, 12ft
15e; Western reserve extra I. We.
fcww scarce and Arm; Jfenn'a lSKc; West
Cheese choice wanted. lower grades dull :
New Yerk lull eream at 13K13i ; Western full
cSun,,I.c;' l, ter I01 lUH'Kc; de hair
Perreleum nominal; refined 7c.
Geed te prime clerer nothing doing ; Tiiue-
dull at S 90.t ; Flaxseetl flrmat 1 T
New Kerk Market.
Nbw YpBk. Bl ay 25. Fleur State ami West
ern without important change and dull
superfine state t Ti&i 50 ; extra de t 25
4-S,;che,ce ,,a SOSS UO; raney
Oji. oe: round hoop Ohie ft :j 25
choice de JSOUSO; superUne wi-stern $3 7MJ
4 50; common te goeoT extra tle ft i'lfinee'
choice dodo f4K7u; choice white wheat de
ft 755 0.; Southern dull and heavy
common temirextrik-'wt5s.-?MviUi i.. i...f...!
de $5 5037 00. -.-
Wheat feverish and unsettled ; Spring quiet
and nominal : whiter white quiet, and firm ;
Red c-ash and May abetter : ethers tuiet and
steady : Ne. 4 White, June. $1 24; Ne. 2 Red
May, fUW; deJunr 1 9tf : de.Tulvfi is.
corn cash und July heavy and c lower;
svlvania Leaf Tobacco for sale.
iress SIII.N iDKl. IIERSII EY
bia, Lancaster, 1'a.
Call en or ad
A'A' ir a it vkh tisj:mj:t.s.
Try a box of "
. misinterpret their
Sellers' Liver Tills."
Court of Common l'leas.
Yesterday afternoon there were no cases
e i the new list ready for trial, and the case
of Jehn W. Newcemet vs. Stephen Shae"-
fcr, which was continued from last week,
was postponed until this morning en ac
count of the illness of the defendant.
This morning there were no cases ready
en the new list, and the Newcemet case
was resinned before Judge Livingston
The defense proceeded te call witnesses te
prove that there was no partnership be
tween Shadier and llritten.
A rule for a new trial was granted in
the case of Ethclbcrt Watts and William
M. Watts and the Hanover Junction and
Susquehanna railroad company.
Shortly before neon te-day all the jurors
except these empanelled in the Newcemet
case were discharged.
Rebert Lubbeck. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, writes;
"I have used Dr. Themas' Eelectric Oil both
ler myself and family for Diphtheria, with the
very best results. 1 regard it as one efthe bct-t
remedies ler this disease, and would use no
1'epe & Milan, druggists. Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, write: " We have never sold any medi
cine that gives such satisfaction te the custo
mer and pleasure te the seller as Dr. Themas'
Eelectric Oil." Fer sale by II. is. Cochran,
druggist, 137 and 13!) Neith Queen street,
Lancaster, Pa. 41
l'oisened by Pressed Iteef.
Twe mcn.uaincd Myers and Free moved
from Hanover, Yerk county, te Marietta
this spring, te engage in cigar making for
Messrs. Bcnnet & Haldeman. On Sunday
morning last the members of both families
took very sick, with violent pains and
vomiting. Dr. G. W. Rich was at once
scut for, who learned upon careful inquiry,
that their sickness was caused by eating
for breakfast of pressed beef, which
proved upon examination te have been
unsound, though only purchased the day
before. The doctor administered te their
wants and succeeded in relieving them,
and at last accounts all will recover.
Knights Templar Convocation.
The annual convocation of the Grand
Cemmaudary of Knights Templar of Penn
sylvania, will assembly at Williamsport,
this evening. Past Grand Commander C.
M. Hewell and Grand Captain General U.
Frank lirciieman and Sir Knight Geerge
K. Ilccd, left Lancaster last evening te at
tend the convocation.
Brown's Household 1'anacea
Is the most effective l'ain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken Internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certaiuly RELIEVE VAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength et any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side, Hack or Rowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
AGUES, and is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
l'AIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every faudly. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
f ul efthe Panacea iu a tumbler el het water
(sweetened, if preterred), taken at bedtime,
will UREAK UP A COLD. 25 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. It. Cochran & Ce's Drug Stere
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toether
causes, is occasioned by Worms. ISROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges,
although effectual in destroying worms, cap
de no peslblc Injury te Hie most delicate child
This valuable combination has been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely snre in eradicating worms. Twenty-
nve cents a box JianlS-lvdSwTuTh&S
Physicians use Kidney-Wert in regular
practice and pronounce its action perfect.
O. Ilortle.ef Manchester, Ontario Ce.. N. Y.,
writes: "I obtained immediate relief from
the use et Dr. Themas' Eelectric Oil. I have
had Asthma for eleven years. Have been
obliged te sit up all night ler ten or twelve
nights in succession. lean new sleep soundly
all night en a feather bed, which I had net
been able te de previous te using the Oil."
Anether writes: " I have been troubled with
Asthma for years ; have used halt a bottle of
Dr. Themas' Eelectric Oil, and the benefit I
have received from it is se great that I w euld
net take one hundred dollars for the balance
It I could get no mere." Fer sale by II. is.
Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, Pa. 12
On .Monday a young bay mare was found
if weeds belenirinsr te Duvfd lipniln....,- i
East Lamneter tewnshln. The owner -? in v..
his property by proving it and giving satisfac
tion te !,. c
m25-2td<w Lancaster Examiner Ofliee.
The duplicate of water rents Is new in
the hands et the City Treasurer. FIVE PER
CENT, abatement will be allowed en all rents
paid en or before .1 UNE 1, 18S0.
mS-3wdTu,Th&SR City Treasurer.
The best place in the citv te buv ItoeL-s vu-
and Second-hand, is at
S. IT. ZAIIM & CO.'S
Reek Stere, 18 and 20 Seuth Oueeu St..
"PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
GRAND EXCURSION te Cellins' Reach via
TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1880.
Fare for Round Trip, - - - S2.2S.
Special train leaves at C:10. Returning leaves
Philadelphia at 7 p. m. ltd
Appropriating the public moneys of the
City ei Lancaster te the several departments
thereof, ter the fiscal year commencing en the
1st day of .lime A. D. l8se.
Skctiejj 1. Re it ordained by the Select and
Common Councils et the Cily of Lancaster:
That the sum of one bundled and twenty
seven thousand seven bundled dollars be and
the same is especially appropriated te the sev
eral objects hereinafter named for the liseal
year commencing ou the 1st. day of June. A.
Te pav Interest en Leans, including
Sinking Fund $ 42,2.T0 (JO
Te pay principal en Leans, its re
quired bylaw ll,r,00 00
Te pay State Tax en Leans 2,S7." 00
Te pay Repairs of Streets 7,0(10 00
Te pay ler macadamizing sti eels... 3.000 00
Te pav for one squat e of I'clgian
nlecKs 2,500 00
Te pay arrearages et bills ler labor
en streets, net'lncluding contract
Te pay Water Works general...
Te pay for Laying Water Pipes.
11 I'liy ii.fi cuiiuii:
Dangerously II urt by a Tramp.
Providence, It. I., May 25. Iii East
Greenwich this morning a tramp entered
the farm house of Charles T. Hepkins and
when .Mrs. Hepkins returned after a brief
absence she found him (ratherinir un the
spoons and ether silver. He turned ou
en her, threw her down, pounded her
shockingly and stripped oil" her clothing,
when she told him he. could have the
money which was in the house if
he would let her get up Eager
for the money he released his held
when she seized a leaded gun. The tramp
tried te wrest it from her, but unable te
de se. he sprang from a window, when
Mrs. Hepkins fired. He gave a scream,
and lied te the weeds, where search is
new being made for him. A doctor was
summoned for the brave woman : she is
May and June about steady ; Mixed
snot. mabSMi:: de fntiir,, 4uu,ffl.vtL'.
Oats steady and quiet, including Ne. 2 June
40c ; State Ui'.ks ; Western !t)1Sc.
Reer dull and prices unchanged.
Perk firmer ; new mess $1750.
Jr:l.r!,.'Ui'-'1 ,ln,, flrm " steam tendered $7 u.
H hisky dull ; Western 91 usfll OU.
Spirits of turpentine dull at 44g)t5c.
MeauAY, May iL The recelpuj or cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the past
week were: Reeves, 2,400 head ; sheep and
''""'V'' 8-0U0 de-? hogs 3, de. ; fresh cows.
Reeves. The market was rather firmer and
prices advanced J$c. We quote Extra at 5'4
&&c; geed nt55Jic ; medium, UZQWc; eoui eeui eoui
iiieii, 4J4c; mixed, 33c. .
8AL10J AT TUB WEST rHII.APM.11UA TAKD.
250 Reger Maynes,-Western and Lancaster ee..
" "2Vm1"?'. frenna. gres5c
1.1. A. J. Christy, Lau. county and Western,
170 E. S. 4 B.F. McFillen, Western ami I.an-
.. .terce-. groan, 05c.
240 U II man 4 Lehman tires.. Western for
Jehn Tayler; 52 Lancaster ee., own ac
count; 20 de.. J. G. Rear; 17 de Levi Sen
senig, gross, 554c.
33 J'iixea t;,elU30I, Lancaster co., gross, r
40 Dei.u Smyth, Penn'a, gres, 454je.
IWJebn McArdle, Lancaster Ce., gross, 5
SO Daniel Murphy, Western and Lancaster
co., gross. 5a5Xe.
115 Lewensteln A Adlnr, Western, and 20
Montgomery ee., gross, 55e.
14. G. Sehamberg A Ce., Wvaterii. gross.
18 F. Sjhcctz, Western, gross, 4',M.Ve.
47 L. Hern, Mentana and Milllln counties,
55 II. Chain, jr.. Penn'a. ltehs. s?.-.i.'i.
i-ji ik....s..i u .1. . .. . ' . . T .' .'.:.
ern.gi ess. 463.
90 Hacliman A Levi, Western
gross , j(gin'jc
Ijiii. co. niiil West-
U) Abe Oslheim, Chicagees, gross, 5.'!-e.
I- ?: J.',efl's' Western, gross, 4jtl5fe."'
2.1 P. Hathaway, Lane, ee., gross. X'tfy'Mic.
'JO L. scbamberg, Western und Penn'a, gross.
A TEMPORARY SUSPENSION.
Te pay for Police and Turnkey
pay ier i.ignung uiiy
Proposals will be received at the Maver's
Oftlce np te Wednesday evening. May 2t, lsi,
at S p. m., for sweeping, cleaning up and haul
ing away all offal or market dirt et" any kind
whatever from the streets occupied by markets
en market days Immediately after the close of
the markets. The streets and gutters along
which said markets shall beheld te be thor
oughly cleaned ; the offal te go te the cleaner.
The bid te be ter one year from date of the con
tract, and te be accompanied by security in
$200 for the faithful performance of the work.
Everything necessary te de the work te be
found by the contractor.
JNO. T. MacGONIGLE,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The nartnershin heretnfrtrn existing be
tween A. J. A S. II. Dnnlap, trading as DUN
LAP A BRO., is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All persons indebted te said linn
will please make immediate payment, and
these having claims will present them te either
of the undersigned for immediate settlement.
The business will be conducted hereafter by
Frances Dunlap. Thankful for past favors re
ceived, we hereby solicit a centiuuunce of the
same te our successor.
A. J. DUNLAP,
S. H. DUNLAP.
May 24, 1880. m24-2td
Te nav for Lamps and Pests.
Te pay for Fire Companies, 7 Steam
ers at $400, 1 without Steamer $2je.
Abatement for prompt payment of
Abatement for prompt payment of
Percentage ter Collection of Arrear
ages et City Tax 800 00
Contingencies 8t2G5 00
Ordained and enacted into a law at the city
of Lancaster, en the 20thday et May. A. D. I8S0.
President Common Council.
Clei k Common Council.
ROIJKRT A. EVANS,
Plesident Select Council.
J. K. I.AKIt,
Clerk Select Council.
Approved May 21, 1SS0.
JOHN T. MacGONIGLE.
ROBES, BI.AXKJSTS, &V.
BOOKS ANJt STATIONERY.
come into the possession of the library of
the late Rev. Dr.C.F. SchaeiTer by bequest.
The bearding department of the seminary
has been abolished, but students will con
tinue te room in the building. Sixteen
students were graduated this year, twenty
were iu the second or middle class, and
sixteen in the third or junior class. The
weik of the late Prof. SehaelTer had been
divided among the ether seminary profes prefes profes
sei s, and it was recommended that this di
vision of work be continued during the
The repeitwas discussed by members of
the synod, item by item and as a whole,
A Columbia Vagrant.
The mayor of Harrisburg has committed
for thirty days a girl, bright and intelli
gent, who gives her name as Anna Henry
and says she is 20 years of age. She says
she ran away from a geed home in Colum
bia, led a dissolute life in Carlisle and a
shameless career in the shautics around
Stcclten, whence the Harrisburg authori
ties committed her.
The Fulton Hall Squabblers.
When the Republican judges met at
Fulton hall this afternoon neither their
president nor the returns were present. A
committee was sent after both. Jack Fry
could net be found. The returns were.
The count proceeded.
"I Don't Want That Stuff,"
Is what a lady of Bosten said te herhusbsnd
when he brought home some medicine te cure
her of sick headache and neuralgia, which had
made her miserable for fourteen years. At
the first attack thercaltcr, it was administered
te her with such geed results that she contin
ued its use until curcd.aud was made se enthu
siastic in its praise, that she induced twenty
two of the best families in her circle te udept
it as their regular family medicine. That
"stutr is Hep Bitters. inyM-SwdAw
Try Loeher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Wine for Females and Invalids.
It is well known that there are cases when
the most strict advocates et temperance are
obliged te use some sort of wine, especially
these who are old and infirm. Many weaklv
females its well as invalids and debilitated per
sons iu warm weather need a little strengthen
ing wine. Tiie great difficulty lias been in pro
curing a rich wine that is reliable. There are
many cases where wine would be used te great
advantage in place et alcoholic drinks if only
a genuine article could be had, and upon
which physicians could rely as being strictly
pure, without alcoholic admixture. The Pert
Grape Wine of Alfred Specr, of Passaic, New
Jersey, has been analyzed by chemists in
almost every state,and has alwavs been proved
strictly pure and beneficial. This wine is new
being used in hospitals and in families for me;
dicinal purposes, also in churclies for cemmu
nien services. Mr. Sneer's mode et conducting
the fermentation is snch as te retain the rich
liaverand sweetness efthe fruit wltheutmuch
fermentation te create stimulative properties.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by H. E. Slaymaker.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
HOOK AND STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 48 WEST KINO STREET.
JOM BAEE'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have in stock a large assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
ROBES ! ROBES ! !
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! !
1 have new en hand the Laimhsst. Rust and
ClIK.M'EST ASSORTMKNT of Lined lllld Ulllillcd
RUFFALO ROUES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKET of every descrip
tion. A full line et
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, "Whips, Cellars, &c.
3-Kepulring neatly anil promptly done.-
Itlncs & Sheaf!' Call a Halt.
Philadelphia, May 25. The coal firm
of Bines & ShealT, Ne. 114 Seuth Fourth
street, the retail sales agents of the Phila
dclnhia and Reading coal and iron compa
ny, suspended temporarily te-day. Pay
ment had been withheld by the firm of
notes of the suspended company
which had been endorsed by Bines
& ShealT, and it was deemed advisable
te discontinue all payments until the
nature of such notes can be decided. The
business of the firm will in the meantime
be conducted as usual. Bines As ShealT
have ten retail coal yardf,including a large
wharf en Windmill island, where steamers
arc supplied. Their relations with the sus
pended companies have been very inti
!i M. Levi, Western, gross, 5.r.
25 Jas. Eustace, Pa., gross, u&9Ai:.
Fresh Cows were unchanged and 1 trices
remained as last reported, vl.., lrem J0 te We
Hogs were dull ami prices were unchanged.
Vi e quote extra at 7c ; geed at iu; medium at
lKc i common at (jc.
Lambs were Inactive am! lower. We quote
from te 8e per iteuud.
Sheep were moderately actite and prices
were c lower per peuint Ter clipped uitd'.c
per pound lower ter wool, but few el the latter
111 market. We u note Etra. luute i:iullis s
.Samuel C. Stewart Meld
sheep at 7Jit8X'".
it'll) head dressed
Phiiadbuiiia. May '.
1230 r. M. 3:0(1 v. m.
Pennae's (thnu issue)
Philadelphia & Erie...
United Ces. or N. J
1'lilltl.ll '!'.... j.... -....I.... .... ....7
w...bu ..uit.iirui utuuil V.KI. trv.
Pitts , Titusville A Bulfale. 1
LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS.
J OH North Qiimn St.,
UOVSE Jh'VltNJSUINO UOOVS.
Teachers' Bibles, Sunday
Hymnals, Prayer Reeks,
HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC BOOKS
Fer Sunday Schools.
FINE REWARD CARDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds.
We have new in stock the largest as
sortment of seasonable goods in our
line, such as Water Coelers, Refrigera
tors, Ice Cream Freezers, Baby Wagons,
Dell Carriages, Velecipedes.Fly Brushes,
Fly Screens, Fly Traps, Whitewash
Brushes, Feather, and Hemp Dusters,
Dusting Brusnes, Sweeping Brushes,
Scrub Brushes, Garden Toels of all
kinds, Rubber Garden Hese, Fleer and
Table Oil Cleth, Tableware, Woedware,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iren Ware, and
every aructe in tne line or Housekeeping
Hardware. These goods have mostly
been bought before the great advance
in prices and are being sold at a small
aavance en cost, at
Flii k Breneman's
Great Heuse Furnishing and Steve Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
Proposed Legislation for Them.
Washington, May 25. The senate fi
nance committee te-day had under consid
eration the Heuse bill which provides for
reducing the special tax of twenty-five dol
lars en dealers in leaf tobacco, te five dol
lars per annum for dealers who purchase
only from tobacco growers, and whose
total sales de net exceed 2.1.000 pounds per
year. The committee did net reach the
point of final action en this bill, but the
expressions of opinion all indicate an
an early and favorable action upon it.
N. Y. Central ,
Cleveland A Pittsbuigb..
Chicago A ueck Island
Nw Yerk, May 25.
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 118
Western Union Tel. Ce iy,
Teledo A Wabash 2S
New Jersey Centra: 4'J
United States Ifends and Sterling Excitation
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 2d ami Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia, May ir..
United States Ch, IKSI, (registered)..") ffil07'i
United States 5V, ISsl, (iegistered)..l(j:i'4ei0y
United States 4U's, i)i, (registeredjies&iipi
United .States 4J'.h, IHIll, (coupons). .iai,'lMl0 no
United States 4s, IW. (rcgltcrcd)..l(f7$i
United States Currency C's ter,
Sterling Exchange tst.'isuj.;
J'-OR SAhE OK BENT.
Seme Opposition te Him.
Dever, Del., May 23. The Democratic
state convention meets here at neon te-lay.
Most efthe delegates arc here, and while
there seems te be no doubt that the del
egation te Cincinnati will be instructed for
Bayard, the Saulsbury'elemcnt, which ap
pears strong, will probably oppose any in
structions and endeavor te secure a part of
the delegation for Tilden.
Twe very desirable rooms. Ne. iSX North
Queen street, suitable for photograph gallery,
formerly occupied by J. S. Saurmau. Apply te
WANTED. .EVEItYBODY TO ADVEK
tlse, free of charge, In the Iktxixiokn Iktxixiekn
cra, who w&nU. something te de.
IAOS! KAGS! ItAGSi-RAGS WANTEI1.
Iu Housekeepers take notice that we ar
paying 3 cent a pound for MIXED KAGS
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
apr9-3md Ne. 235 West King Street.
The 1'. 4c K. Receivers.
PiiH.AiBT.pmA,May 2.5. Messrs. Gev.-tn
Lewis and Caldwell appeared this morning
before the clerk of the United States cir
cuit court and entered joint security in
$500,000 as receivers of the Philadelphia
and Heading railroad, and the P. & R.
coal and iron company.
PUBLIC SALK.-ON TUURNOAV, MAV
27, will be sold a large let or Household
and Kitchen Furniture, at Ne. 207 North Lime
street. Alse Carpenter and Machinist's Toels.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock, sharp.
J IMEFOKSALE "
10,000 Bushels at 2 cents per liusliel.
mayS-ltdeawAltw EO. K. KEEI), Tmis.
. The second story of Eshleman A Katli
von's Hanking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a It. It. Depot, fjn Chestnut street.
f23-2tdAStt Atternev-at Law
Lancaster Organ Manufactory
Without a denbt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market, Warerooms J0
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15J$ East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agentfer Lancaster County for
CHICKEHING A SON'S Celebrated
Ar'ull Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac. always en hand. fl3-lydSAly w
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE KKAI.
ESTATE. Pursuant te an order of the
orphans' Court or Lancaster County, Pa., will
be sold at public Nile, at the public lieue et
Philip Wall, en West King street, en TlirilS
DAY, the 10th day of JUNE, A. D. 18), the fol
lowing described real estate, late of Frederick
Beiler, deceased, te wit : All that certain let
or piece of ground wlthn two-story and attle
HKICK DWELLING HOUSE thereon erected,
situated en Marietta Avenue, Ne. 017, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., con tainiug in front en
Marietta Avenne23 feet, mere or less, and ex
tending iu depth te a public alley 90 feet, mere
or less. Bounded en the west by ureiierty of
D. G. Baker, en the iwt by property of Jehn
Graham, an the north by the aforesaid alley.
aim en uic buuui uy aiarieiia ..wen tie. i lie
improvements are a two-story Brick Dwelling
Heuse with Frame Kitchen attached, a well of
never-falling water with pump therein, grape
vine, and ether necessary improvements.
Sale te commence at 7j o'clock p. in. oil said
day, when attendance will be given and con
ditions made known by
W. II. ROLAND,
ml9-3wd WAS Trustee In Partition.
"WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL. MARBLB WORKS
758 Nerta yaees Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD ASD FOOT STONES.
CEMETEUY, lAyTS.KNCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed aad satisfaction git en
n every particular.
S. B. Uemember, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. ui30