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LANCASTER DAILPiNTELMGENCBR, TUESDAY1 MAY 25, 1880:
TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 25, 1880.
Tke Befemei Ckarcb.
Lancaster ClaasU Meeting in Quarry
Saturday Merning.-Chwu was opened
with singing. Prayer by Rev. D. W. Ger
hard. After calling the roll, Elders Ames Hol Hel
linger and 8. L. Dellinger appeared and
took their seats. All the elders who were
net present at the opening of classis gave
their excuses and were severally excused.
Owing te sickness in the charge of
Rev. C. S. Gerhard he was compelled te
return home this morning. He was there
fore excused, and Rev. G. W. Snyder was
substituted as chairman of the committee
en licensure and examination, and Rev.
Win. H. II. Snyder te preach the sermon
en Sunday morning instead of Mr. Ger
hard. The report of the committee en over
tures was received, taken up item by item
The committee en minutes of classis
made their report, which was received and
taken up, and considered item by item.
Pending the consideration of this report
the hour of adjournment having arrived,
it was extended te 11:30 in order te hear
the report of the treasurer of classis.
Prof. Jehn S. Stahr, Rev. Jes. II.
Dubbs, D. D., and Elder Apple appeared
te take their seats.
Classis adjourned with the doxology and
benediction by the president.
Saturday Afternoon. Classis opened
with singing and prayer by Dr. J. II.
The committee en minutes of classis
continued its report.
The committee en examination and licen
sure reported that the examination of 0. II.
Struuck made a favorable report and rec
ommended him for license. Mr. Struuck
came forward and signed the constitu
tional formula, whereupon he was licensed
te preach the gospel.
D. B. Snader, a beneficiary student, re
ported, and aid was granted him for the
Rev. James Crawford was received from
the West Susquehanna classis.
Authority was given Rev. D. B. Shuey
te organize a Reformed congregation in the
borough of Strasburg.
Permission was given the congregations
at New Haven and Bainbridge te dissolve
if they think proper.
The committee en minutes of synod re
ported that Lancaster is apportioned $900
for the cause of missions, which amount
will be raised by this classis and paid te
synod during the year.
It was resolved te lift a collection during
the year for foreign missions.
Classis preceded te the election of a
treasurer, which resulted in the choice of
Rev. D. B. Shuey.
Millersville was selected as the place for
the next annual meeting of classis, en
Thursday evening, June 9, 1881, in the Re
Classis adjourned by repeating the Lord's
Prayer and the doxology.
Saturday Evening Services preparatory
te the holy communion were held. Rev.
J. A. Peters preached the sermon en the
text 2d Peter Hi., 18., "But grew in
grace and in the knowledge of our Lord
and Saviour, Jesus Christ. ' The religious
services were conducted by Rev. Samuel
Kuhn and Dr. E. V. Gerhart.
Sunday Morning. -The communion of
the Lord's Supper was celebrated. The
sermon was preached by Rev. W. II. II.
Snyder, of Harrisburg, en the text St.
Jehn vi., 51, and St. Jehn v., 40. The ser
vices were conducted by Dr. J. B. Shu
maker, Prof. J. S. Stahr and Rev. D. B.
Shuey, and the elements were distributed
by the different ministers in attendance at
classis. The church was filled te its ut
most capacity, and at least one hundred
and thirty persons partook of the com
munion. The services were all of a very
solemn and interesting character.
Afternoon. The Sunday school assem
bled in the church and the exercises were
opened with singing, and prayer was
offered by Rev. Mr. Andersen of the U. P.
Addresses were made by Rev. S.
Brown, of Marietta, Rev. J. P. Moere,
Millersville, Liccntate O. H. Strunck,
Lancaster, and Kev. L. Jr. Zinkban,
Manheim. Gee. W. Hensel presided,
cellcnt music was given by the school.
Evening-. missionary meeting was held.
The church was again crowded. Dr.
E. V. Gerhart presided. Addresses were
delivered by Rev. D. W. Gerhard, Dr. J.
Shumaker, Rev. S. Sweitzer, Dr. J. II.
Dubbs and Elder Wm. H. Seibert,of Ilar
risburg, the treasurer of the beard of
home missions of the Synod of the United
States. All the services were interesting
and highly enjoyed by the large audiences.
Monday Morning. Classis convened at
8 o'clock. Opened with singing, and
prayer by the president.
Minutes read and approved.
The parochial report of Rev. F. A. Gast,
D.D., was read. Several papers read were
Classis proceeded te the election of dele
gates te the general synod te be held in
Tiffin, Ohie, next spring,
were elected delegates :
Primarii : Dr. Thee. G,
B. Shumaker, Rev. D.
Elders : W. H. Scibert, D.
Apple, Dr. J.
W. Gerhard ;
W. Gress and
Secundi : Rev. L. P. Zinkhan, Rev
Kuhn and Rev. S. Sweitzer.
Elders : Gee. Mengle, E. J. Zahm, Dan
Te the district synod te meet in Myers
town, Lebanon county, in October next :
Delegates Primarii : Rev. W. H. H. Sny
der, J. P.Moere, S. Sweitzer, D. B. Shuey,
and J. H. Pcnnypacker.
Elder E. J. Zahm, S. W. Hersh, Gee.
Mengle, Jacob Gergas, and Henry Martin.
Delegates Secundi : Rev.S. P. Brown, A.
R. Thompson, Gee. W. Snyder, J. 8. Stahr
and Dr. F. A. Gast.
Elders : J. Rudelph Suter, A. G. Topple,
Jacob Hoffmier, P. E. Gruger and Mich
A certificate of dismissal f Rev. W. T.
Lichliter from the Allegheny classis, Pitts
burgh synod, was presented, and Rev.
Lichliter was received as a member of this
The call of St. Luke's mission te Rev.
Lichliter was referred back te the consist
ory for correction.
The presence of Rev. Dr. Stewart, of
Colerain Presbyterian church, was an
nounced. Classis adjourned by repeating the
Lord's Prayer and the doxology.
Afternoon Session. Opened with prayer
by Dr. Calvin W. Stewart.
The substance of following paper ettered
by Rev. D. B Shuey was adopted : "That
Lancaster classis be divided into two Sun
day school convention districts. The
Western or Harrisburg district being com
posed of the three Reformed churches of
Harrisburg, Hummelstown, Hanover,
Elizabethtown, Maytown, Marietta and
Columbia. The Eastern or Lancaster dis
trict shall consist of Reamstown, Bethany,
Manheim. Lancaster, Millersville, Willow
Street, New Helland and New Provi
dence. That committees of three frm each
distict be appointed te make arrange
ments for holding convention during the
present classical year.
" Sunday schools of 150 or ever te have
three delegates ; from 100 te 150, two dele
gates ; under 100 scholars, one delegate,
together with the pastors."
The committees te carry forward the
foregoing are for Harrisbure district : Rev.
J. H. Pennypacker, Gee. W. Snyder and
Elder W. H, Seibert; for Lancaster dis
trict : Revs. D. B. Shuey, L. F. Zink
han and Elder Mengle.
The following resolutions were offered by
Rev. D. B. Shuey, and unanimously
Retched, that this 'classis recognizes
with thanksgiving the harmonious con
clusions reached by the Peace con
vention at Harrisburg last November, and
classis is happy te record the fact that our
ministers and charges, immediately after
the pastoral of the commission was sent te
them, made diligent effort te carry for
ward all possible means te promote peace
and harmony in our church.
"Resolved, that we rejoice in the fact that
our benevolent contributions have largely
increased, and the religious life is mere
healthy, and brotherly love prevails mere
generally, and we hope that greater results
will still fellow. Te this end we pledge
our energies and resources."
Resolutions of thanks te the Quarry ville
people for their generous and 'hospitable
entertainment of classis and te the Read
ing railroad for the reduction in fare te
members of classis, were also passed.
The committee en finance made their
report which was received and considered.
The committee en the state of religion
reported that Lancaster classis has mem
bers 3951 ; non-confirmed 1797. Infant
baptisms, 252 ; adult baptisms, 100 ; con
firmed, 314 ; by certificate. 104 ; communi
cants, 3370; dismissed, 59; erasure of names
24; deaths, 113;Sundayschoel scholars, 3180.'
students for the ministry, 2 ; contributions
for benevolent purposes $4,363.73 ; congre
gational purposes $21,055,30 ; number of
ministers, 27 ; number of congregations,
38 ; charges, 19.
The report of the committee en missions
was read and adopted. In this report the
charges of Marietta and Maytown were
united into one eharge and $200 appropri
ated te the same.
The committee te carry forward the
above were Dr. E. V. Gerhart, Revs. Jno.
G. Fritchey and A. B. Shenkle.
The classis adjourned te meet at 7J
o'clock by singing the doxology, and bene
diction by Dr. Gerhart.
The committee en the installation of
Rev. C. S. Gerhard, of Columbia, was
read, stating that they had attended te
The committee appointed te visit and
report en 4he condition of the Willow
Street church made their report, which
was discussed and privilege given te Rev.
Shenkle te go into the several charges and
endeavor te secure subscription for the
purpose of discharging their church debt.
After reading the minutes classis ad
journed sine die by repeating the Apostle's
Creed, the Lord's Prayer, singing tbe dox
ology and benediction by the president.
A late application of Electricity is an at
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an alarm te the nearest police station, in case
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Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
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200 prizes 50 each 10,0011
600 prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
1,960 prizes $112,400
Whole tlckelH, S2 ; hair tickets, $1 ; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets, 1100.
All applications for club rates should be made
te the home office.
full list or drawing published In Louisville
Oovrier-Jeurnot and New Yerk Herald and
mailed te all ticket-holders. Remit money
by mail or express. Address R. M. Board Beard
MAN. Courier-Journal Building, Leu
lsvllle, Ky., or at 307 and 309 Broadway. New
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
fl LASSWARE !
CUT AND ENGRAVED, PRESSED
ASSORTMENT THE LABtiEST,
QUALITY THE FINEST,
I'KICES THE LOWEST.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
E. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL.
Estate and Personal PreDertv. Ordent
left, at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Bhu-lr
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made entand
ttended te w I tlieut additional cost. 27-ly
LANCASTER AND MILUEKSVIIXE R. R
Can run as fellows :
,j?Te LancaUr (P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, an.l
UJ0 a. m., and 2, 4, 6 and 8:30 p. m., except ea
Saturday, when the last car leaves at 9-.S0 p. m.
Leave MiUersvUle (lower end) at 5, S, and
a. M., and 1,3, 5 and 7 p.m.
Can run daily en above time except en Sq-W.
C COLUMBIA AMD PORT DEPOSIT R. R
J Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following
Peachbottem. . . ,
a. M. r. x .
Stations Seuth- Express. Express. Acceni.
WARD. A.M. P.M. A.M.
Columbia. 10:53 6:30 7:50
Safe Harber- HriJ 6:49 ArShttl
Shenk's Ferry..... 11:23 634 9-Jl
McCaU's Ferry.... 11:4 7:09 10r25
Fife's Eddy. HAS 7rJ0 10:46
P. M. P. X.
Peachbottem 107 7:32 11.07
Pert Deposit 12:45 8:05 1&25
READING AND COLUMBIA KA1I.KOAI)
On and after MONDAY. MAY. lOrn, IS80,
passenger trains will run en this read :i lol-Iews:
Trains Geino Seuth, a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
ii m in llri -
Reading, 7:30 11:55 6:k ....
Reinholds, 8:01 1234 6:4.- ....
Epbrate, 8:18 12:40 7:03
Akren, 8:34 12:45 7:0S ....
LitlZ,.. . 8:43 1:0 7:-
Manheim, 9$2 1:13 73t; .... i
Lancaster Junction,.. 05 1:40 7:45 ... f
Landisvllle 9:16 1:30 7:.Vi ....
Columbia, 9:40 2.a 8:20
Dillerville, 9ri7 2:02 8:(
Lancaster, 9:33 2:05 8:10 5.20
King Street, 9:45 .... 8:20 .V30
Harnish, 9-JW 8:34 5:52
West Willow, lftOS .... 8:42 GMt
Baumgardner, Uh09 .... 8:47 6:09
Pcquea, 10:17 .... 8:55 6:17
Kefton, 1033 .... 9:01 6:26
New Providence, 10:34 .... 9:12 6:3
Hess, 10:42 .... 9:19 GM
QuarryvUle. 10-JO .... 9:25 7:0
Trains Geino North, a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
QuarryvUle, 6:45 .... 2.35 7:50
UCSS Ol) a! I 4 .DO
New Providence, 6:59 .... 2:48 8:13
Kefton 7:11 .... 2:59 837
Pequea, 7:18 .... 3:05 8:35
Baumgardner, 736 .... 3:13 8:43
West Willow, 7:32 .... 3:18 8:49
Harnish, 7:41 .... 336 9:00
King Street, 735 .... 3:10 930
Lancaster, 8:05 1:00 3A1 9:30
Dillerville, 8:08 1:03 3:53 ....
Columbia, 7:55 1:05 3:40 ....
Landisville... 8:30 1:30 4.04 ....
Lancaster Junction,... 8:30 135 4:15 ....
Manheim, 8:49 1:48 43U ....
Litiz, 9:00 2:00 4:30
Akren, 9:16 2:18 4:47 ....
Ephrata. 933 235 433 ....
Reinheldsvllle, 9:42 2:46 5:14
Reading, 10:05 330 530 ....
from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrisburg, Al Al
Ientewn and New Yerk. At Columbia witli
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg,
Frederick and Baltimore.
A. M. WILSON. Supt.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY
MAY; 23d, 1880, trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrive and leave the Lunaistiwl
and Philadelphia depots as follews: I
Leave I Arrive
Mt ixmii Xjiiii!
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
Sunday Mail,.... ............
Mail Train Ne. l.via Mt.Jey,
Mail Train Ne.2,via Cel'bia,
Dillerville Lecal.via MUJey
ed, will step at Middletown, Elizabethtown ,
juu tiey, juunuisvinc, jsiru-in-iinutl, J.einun
Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates-
Villi, UUKinuu Ullt UtCIl JllJVU.
ast Line, west, en Sunday, when fhurired.
steD atDownlnirtevrn.CoiiU-svllle Pnrki-u-
, - ....."... ..... 7
..!..- .-.' ..... ..".'
uurg, juu.juy, cuizauciniewn ami ftliuuietexvii.
Hanover Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster with Niagara Express, west, at 10:05,
a. m., and will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 p. m.,
and will run through te Frederick.
WALL PATERS, Jte.
ARE BETTER PREPARED TO
Meet the wants of the people than any
season heretofore. Our line is larger than
usual, und in
we have the New Patterns ler the Spring In an
endless line te select from.
or every description. In Cerner and Band, six
and seven feet in length.
Plain Goods by the yard in all colors nnd
widtlis. Paper Curtains te the trade at Factory
the Newest, Best and Cheapest Cornice made.
Easily adjusted te tit any Window up te five
feet in width.
Curtain Poles, 1 land 2 inches, in Ebony
and Polished Walnut, Rings, Brackets, and
Fancy Ends Complete.
PIE$ AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Orders taken for any size at Lew Prices.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
NEW GOODS, NEW STYLES. AT
BAL11RIGGAN, POLKA DOTS, Ac, AT
Nobby Patterns, Silk nnd Linen, by the ptcci
r dozen, at ERISMAN'S,
CHOICE GOODS, LOW PRICES, AT
E. J. EBISMAS,
S8 NORTH 4JUEJ5N STREET.
FO UNDERS AND MA CHUTISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Oyresrr m Loeomutivm Wekxs.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND CTEAM ENGINES,
Fer TannlRg and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
49-Jobbing promptly attended te.
nugls-lydl JOHN BEST.
HOSTETTEK-S BITTER'S FOR SALE AT
Lechcr'a Drug Stere. 9 East King street.