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REAMNO, NOVEILDIM 7, NM
Oa* or, itcoisravoiriros.
Aebeiding to thq report of the Paymaster
General of the Army, which line juat been
sent to the Secretary of War , the sums paid
out in his department for the year ending
June 30, 1868, amounted to sixty million,
six hundred. and sixtrnine' thousand, six
hundred and eleven dollars ancl sixty-five
4.entß. Tbe pyracitte . wer r o'fta fellows:
troops in service, $ 1 18,,270,077.82 ;1.9
troops mustered out, $ 4. 2,108 ) 094.13 . ; for
bounties, bp& pay, colored. claimants, and
dues to heirs of deceased . soldiers', $40,19 ? .
There are sixty regular paymasters and
eighteen additional paymasters—thelatter of
whom, it- is said, , are to ho diacharAed next
year. .The number of clerks in the depart
ment is 05, whose'snlarics amount to $BB,.
000 a year. •
Bather an expensive peaceestablishment
for a country which is nearly bankrupt; but
the people have just voted for "more of the
sinne sort," and they must pay 'the expen
1 1'111E CONSEQUENCE.
Thkimmedlate consequence of the 'elec
tion of Gen. Giant was a decline in the price
of government bond, a panic iri tho money
market, and an armed negro insurreel l ion in
Cholla. The Philadelphia Ledger s l ap, in
its Ntsv York letter fif Thursday : ,
"The sudden and heavy depreciation in
stocks has madibeggars of many who, a few
days ago, accounted thetnsolvca rich. * *
* It is now acknowledged on all hands
that if this state of things does not expe
rience a change for the bettor soon,tho most
disastrous eoneequences to general business
are inevitable.!! •
A few speculators have succeeded in low
ering the price of gold, but it will only be :I'
spaamedie Contraction, and experienced bit- ,
siness men prophesy that gold will be at $1.60
before two weeks. Pdrhaps the money lords
have tvon an,elephant, as wall as the tax•
THE PHMOCIVATIC ALMANAU I for 1869, is
now in press, and will be : published by Van
Evrie„.llorton & C0., • !N0.182 Nnssnu street,
Now York, about theist of January. It will
contain, besides the 'usual matter of all al
'panties, full and official returns of the Pres•
i r klontint and other elections, compared with
previous ones, tbo most important acts of
Congress, 'President Johnson's Veto Masa
keit and Proclamations, Lists of Federal
and State Officers, Members of Congress;
Statistical and other information Indispensa
ble to every politician, planter, limner, mer
chant or mechanic. Price 20 cents a single
copy; 7 copies, prepaid, $1; 15 copies, pt:e•
paid, $2; 100 copies, by express, $l2. li4'very
Democrat should have a copy of this valiin•
ble work. Address as above.
11ox. Itev►?►cuY Joutisox, Ameriemt
tet to England, is disgusting al) prariotic
Americana by his sycophantic tondyisni to
the English government. The United. States
government has already borne more than
sufficient wrong and insult froM England to
cause any rimpectale nation to resort to
arms in ilefiinee of Ota honor, and this cow
ardly cringing to a power which has openly
scorned and defied 119, should make every
true American bli►sh f9r the representative
of his country.
Tax NoW York fioy Bock IA made its
appearance in a Anpletc now dress of type,
and, presents a linndsome appearance. The
hap Ronk is ono of the best conducted and
most fearless Democratic papers in the coun
try, and welt deserves its present prosperity.
It is . published by Van Eyrie; Horton aro Co.,
No. 102 Nnssatt street, New'York.
Pitussi . A. has launchch formidable war
vessel, the steam corvette Elizabeth, and has
been making heavy purchases of grain in
Russia for the use of the army. France is
also making wad& preparations in secret,
, and it is feared that these two great powers
will soon be engaged in a war that will plunge
huTlreds 'of thousands of helpleti's people in
to misery and mourning.
Gm KILPATRICK has boasted for months
that ho would like to meet a rebel in deadly
combat, but ho is afraid to meet Gon. For;
rest, who has ehallengdd him to , fight. A
blackguard is seldom mach ota fighter, and
Kilpatrick, by his personal abuse and ion ,
slang, has disgusted all decent men, oven in
his own pirty.
Ix Philadelphia,sinee the election of Gen.
Grant, coal has gone up to ten dollars a ton,
government bonds fell 3 per cent. in value
in twenty.four hours, and other government
securities fell in a corresponding ratio.
IN in a'poor soldier who deserts his colors
on (teem], of a defeat. He is a coward who'
abandons his political principle., on account
of a political reverse.
r i Arisurirg or. sourrinltet. •
In reference to . the payment of additional
bouitier t ii4derhe net ; ' of J01y0866, the
payinuter Genital's reptirt states. that die
whole numbei of elohniAled to Oct.: 17,ris
486,199,0 f whteho7,o9ll)ave hien 141(1012 1 ..
403 rejecte4; rilioniiiing l ittnsettieil Only
Pr); and of those unsettled, 8,047, or more
than half, will be paid at once On' present*.
tion of the vouchers,, leaving ouly 7,8458 in
the progress of seitlement. Tho Payinaster
Opera' has disbursed, under the h', $37,-
764,774 78. • The claims of colored soldiers,
heirs of deceased sohliers,and white soldiers
who have lost their • discharge papers, are
scttled bj the Trettury Departnant.7 The
aggregate sum disbursed for additonal.boun
ties to colored soldiers singe tha 'law was
.exceeds $34,000. The
Paymaster General suggests that Congress
fix March 4, 1869;fis tho dato before which
all claims for additional bounty must be pre
sented, in' order that business may be'closed
up before, the end of tho present fiscal year,
WENDSM.PIIII.LIPS, the arch+gitator, calla
for the impeachnient and verrioval of Piesi ;
dent Johnson. Phillips is alwaxs plotting
mischief, but lie will probably have
trouble in managing Gen. Grant, after hav
ing denounced him as a drunkard, and he is
therefore desirous of wreaking bas vengeance
upon President Johnson,
Arm Taur,—A Radical paper says "the
election Of Gen. Giant will bring • n fasting
peace to the people of the United States."
We fear it will, especially to the poor pee
ple, wholvill see fasting enough, from pres
Greif are both willing to fill the 'position of
United States Senator, from pensylvania l and
a Kilkenny eat fight May be:Opeeted among
their respective adherents.
GOV,EntiOlt GEARY and Iron. Gittu.sha
THE Radieala intend to have a grand parade
and illumination' this evening. They would
do well to save the money they * propose.to
spend for candles. They will need it all to
pay taxes before long. -
HON. HORATIO SElrMorli is proposed as
United States Senator from Nev York.
ON TEE BLACK LlST.—lowa, Wisconsin and
Minnesota aro said to have adopted negro
suffrage. Let every man choose his own
. A3‘ the elecrati on Tuesday in Newark, N.
J., Mrs. Lucy Stone Blackwell and her
mother-in law, Mrs. Blackwell, presented
themselves at the polls and attempted to
vote, but the officers refused to receive their
tickets. This is not the way in which women
wore treated in Now Jersey in, the olden
time, when all tax-payers, whether male or
female, were -entitled to vote for school di•
rectors and all officers liitving control of pub.
lie money. The different parties then sent
Jersey wagons for the convenience of the
female voters, and made use of the solicita
tions that are now employed to influence the
votes of the males.
The trial of John S. and George 11. Wise,
son and nephew of Gov. Wise, at Baltimore,
for assault with intent to murdtr Edward A.
Pollard, has been fixed fur the 12th instant
in the Criminal Court.
On Thursday, Mrs. James Rice, of New
wadi, N. .1., was fats* burned by the over•
turning of her
: kerosene lamp on 'the stove,
while she was endeavoring to keep her two
children away from the stove. The children
were slightly burned.
l'he Retrenchment Committee are about
to investigate the mispension of procedings
against the members of the Kentucky
ban Whisky Company, and\ will report on
the reassembling of Congrcsit.
(len. (lranthas declined general recep-
tion on his return to Washington, as he does
notj desire n display.
Secretary Seward is back ,t Washington.
The Supreme Court of the bistriet of ,Co•
mumble, yesterday, sustained the decree of
Judge Wylie, ordering Surntt's discharge
tmder the statute of limitations. This ends
the Suratt case.
Gov. Crawford, of Kansas, has resigned,
to taco command of a regiment against" the
Indians. Ilis place will be filled by the
The public debt statement for November
1, shows a total of $2,641,002,572. Cash in
the Treasury, $113,873,019, of which $103,•
907,985 was coin. The total debt, less cash
in the Treasury, decreased oVer $7,500,000
during October. , •
Harrison Reed, Goveinni . of Florida, Was
yesterday impeached by the Florida Assem
bly, on charges preferred by Horatio Jet&
ins, lately President of the Reconstruction
Convention. The LegiSlature is expected to
Two thousand 'stand of arms, belonging to
the State of Florida, were stolen from a rail.
'triad car, near Madison, in that State, on
Thuisday night, and destroyed. Loss $20,-
Tho PreBident has proclaimed a treaty be
tween the United States and Italy for the
Surrender of criminals, to continuo in force
for five years.
The Board of Directors of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railroad, at a meeting hold at
Richmond, Va., resolved that the chief en
gineer lie authorized at' once to make surveys
and -estimates for Coiinecting the Chesa
peake and Ohio road with tidewater, and the
York fiver railioad by horse-powor ; also
estimates and,plans for new depots at Rich
SATURDAY, Nov. 7.
1110 MIES COOit
.11EAD I CIlst
.! 2 Ward
4th W Ward
4 ` l th Ward
" 7th Want
" Bth Ward
" 9th Vi rd
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l i n
D er, Upper,
Spring, • ,
Majorities, 6,133 6503
•Colebrookdale and Boyertowt
Grant, - - -
Seymones mahrity, - - - 6,056
On the Democratic ticket, Reuben Stabler
bas_ 1 vote less in Idaidenereek and 8 votes
lesi in Longswamy—total 4.
David L. %moll has 1 iroto less in Eighth
Ward, Reading, - .8 less in Seventh Ward, Yin
Sixth Ward, 1 in Fin Ward, 2 in Four*
Ward, and 1 in Lower Heidelberii—total 12.
William Shirk gains 1 vote in Seventh
Ward and 1 in li'aurth Ward, Reading—
William A. Galbraith lost 1 vote in Seventh
John R. Packard gained 1 vote in Sixth
Edward S. Golden lost 1 vote in Womehi
Samuel 8.-Wilson Jost 1 vote in T'
On the Radical ticket, Isaac Eckert gained
8 votes in Third Ward, Reading, 1 vote, in
Fifth Ward, 1 in Maidoncreek and 3 in
Womelsdorf, and knit 1 in First Ward and
1 in' Eighth Ward, Reading—total, gain 8,
SAN 1 1 '4A , TOI800, Nov. earth•
quakes liar been an almost dailpoccurrree
here since October Ost. Last night at:o p.
m. there was a ehat : p shock, lasting twelve
seconds, Which created considerable alarm
among the people, though it chased no dam
age to property.
Di this city the vote cast reached 25,700,
tho largest ever polled. The Democratic
majority is )1 1 313, The, defeated Republi
can municipal officers intend to contest the
The election ofunembers of the Logi',la
tare in British Columbia was held yesterday.
Tho Confederatinn 'candidates were suc
cessful in every &strict, heard from.
—A. mq(i dog was shot at Freeland, Mont
gomery county, last week.
--The corn crop of Ohio this year is esti
mated at 141,000,000 Wallets.
—Pecan nuts arc very abundant this year
—New Hatiipshire had a man 120 years
old. Ile lived at %tastable, and died last
—Mrs. Lincoln has arrived in Paris and
taken apartments in n private .house, near .
the Champs Elysees. -
—A man fell.into a vat of boiling lye at
Southbridge,intpsachusetts, on Monday.
He was rescued in .a few moments, but (Bed
try° hours afterwards.
—A baronet of Vest Nortlminherland,
England, is organizing a large party to go
out to the new gold fields in Africa. A ship
has been engaged and the party is pur
chasing mining implements to carry on
operations on a large scale.
—At tho Episcopal General Convention in
New York, Jost week, a new canon was re
ported providing that it shall be unlawful to
sell or lease pews by auction held within the
walls ofa church. After debate, the canon
was modified to read as a recommendatory
resolution, and adopted. •
—Prince Alfred, of England, has started
in a steamship to make a voyage around the
world. The voyage will consume two ears'
time, it is said, and perhaps three. lie will
take this • country in his journey. His
mother being unable to manage him sends
him away from home.
—A serious disturbance, arising out of
\ political feelings, occurred in front of the
schoolhouse, in the Second ward,Allegl►eny,
on Monday night, during which George
Bothwell, n well•known citizen of the ward,
received Injuries which it is firobable will
prove fatal. Four of his assailants were ar
General S - baler, president of
the Now York Metropolitan Fire Depart-
ment, ordered all the firemen of that city out
on parade today for review by Gov
ernor Fenton. There was much dissatisfac
tion on account of this order, which had too
much the appearance of turning the Fire
Department into a military force.
—A miner named Patrick Duffy, during
the darkness on Wednesday night of last
week, on returning to resume his work in
the Iron Mine, at Franklin Furnace, Allen•
town, mtscalculating the distance,by mistake
walked into the pit, falling 155 recf to the
bottom. lie wits found alive at the bottom,
his direct descent probablylbeing broken by
the jagged walls of the mine. Although
fearfully lacerated, in all probability lie
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KLINF4;,EPPIRIMM & CO.
CHAIN LAIN SHAWLS,
Also is Stock, a full assortment of Silk Vel
will be sold by the yard, or made to order in
at short notice and moderato prices.
110AIRDING.--Two or three gentlemen can be
r.lovaecounpodatod with board, nt 739 Penn et e t.
nor 7 2.w S. It : CHRISTIAN.
flpo ALL ,WHOM IT KAT CONCERN.—
'Notice is hereby given, not to loan anything. or
to give trust to my wife Isabella, in my name, as I
shalt not pay any debts of her contracting, She
' having, leftany board and bed without cause.
nov I -3t LEVI HAAS.
A , GOOD GIRL Ivantsa place as Child's Nuree,•
Van do 'general housework. Inquire at 321
South ?fi fth street. nov 6.2 t
TIE lOCRATIC ASSOCIATION. The
JL/reikular monthly meeting of the DemoeratioAs
sec intim will be held at their rooms,to-morrow(Sat,
urday) evening, Nov. 7th, at 7, 1 .?; o'clock. A full
attendance is expected.
ISAAC li. FISDEII, President.
P. D. WANNER, secretary. r , _nov (PA
POAIRDING.—A few gentlemen ean 'ne
cominodnEed with good boarding and, boOing
applying ot No. 391 llrashington street.
nov 5.3 E • GEORGE ORTROST.
ro t RTANT NOTIGE!
TIE GOOD \VILA, .FIRE . *COMPANY,
01' AI, ENTovr N PA. ,
Would hereby announce to tho oitizens•of Reading,
that, owing to a considerable number of tiokets re
maining unsold as well as coupons unreturned,
they are compelled to toqpoho tho drawing until
the ltd of December. 'tiokets can be had, for a
short time, of E. D. Riechard, Agent, Plough and
Harrow Hotel, and at Strickland J.; liro.
JOSEPH REPROL fZ, *
• NO. 710 PENN lITIIEET,
has constantly on hand the
BEST BEE F ,
as well •09 all kinds of meat and &lunges, liver
pudding, blood pudding, - Frankfort "lichwarton
magen",,,tc., all of which will bo sold at the lowest.
prices. • •
TWO FAi lIOGS
Al the Drovern' Hotel Cop. Eighth &Woqllitittloaat3..
ON SATURDAY EVENING NEXT,NOV.III4IFA.
The highest number of Hembi thrown takes lirst
choice, lowest number tubes Necimul choke. Tick
etii 25 cents.
k V" -- FTN -1-2-sifi r
13 • AID
_ Assisted by the
AT 'AIMENDAOLOS HALL.
Tuesdriy. Novemberllolll, 1/36N.
TICKETS FOR ONE GENTLEMAN AD TWO LADIEfi 41.
l' ROMtA 11111. - PA Ill' 1.
CONCERT AND TABLEAUX
PART 2 .
All our old friends and patrons with their fami
lies are respectfully invited to attend. - Tickets can
lie had of the Committee.
new 4-ta . U. C. REES.
J. 1). II G
Announces to tho public+ that he has opened a
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
at the N. E. Corner of Eighth and Franklin Sts.,
where ho will keop-constantly en bandit largo and
wall selected Stock of Orocories, Provisions. &e.,
which ho will soil at the lowest market price.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solic
ited. Country Produce bought and sold.
i J. D. MGM "
N. E. Corner Eighth and Franklin.
G EN. TAYLOR HOUSE!
341 North Eighth Street,
Within n Square of the I r mer New York Depot
J. 11. SHAEFFER, Proprietor. ellMm
KEYSTONE OPF I RA HOUSE.
POSITIVELY TWO NIWITS ONLY!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER, OTH AND 7TH, NOEL
REUNION AND. FAREWELL TOUR OF TU
GEORGE, WILLIAM, ALFRED, ED.
WARD and FREDERICK., •
With their Avon'lo Prodigies, FRANCOIS, JU
LIAN and VICTOR, and their new
-;•1 - •
NOW making their FAREWELL TOUR of the
Unite&Jates. In addition to the attractions pre
'sent ed by the lIANLONS, they have also under
engageent the following European celebrities t•
•PFAU, the Daring young Russian Athlete.
JA M Es M Pli IN. Europe's Greatest Harpist.
Miss EMILY THORNE, the accomplished Com
medienne and Vocalist.
ALFRED D.SEDOWICK, Coneortiuistand Buffo
Efessrs. SYLVAN' k BENEDICT, Grotesque
Dolga open at 74 o'clock,- to commence at 8.
Managers—George and Edward Hanlon ; -Trea
surer. Wm. B. Smith; Business Manager, E. P.
Admission 60 Cents; children under 10 years, Li
cents. oct 9.9.6 t
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vets,' Volveteeis and Cloaking Cloth's, sr
the most durable and fashbonabtelnanner,
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ARRIVAL ANDDEPARTURE OP
• STAGES AND MAILS. •
REAMSTOWN MAIL AND STAGE LINE
' Extended to Union Station—Leaves Reading at
0 a. m, triweekly, TuesdaY . Thursday and SAW
day Rotuma same days and arrives at 7p, m.
It'serves this following named Post Ofiloebt
Cumru, Gougletaville,' Alams).osyn,
villa, Raamstawn. • . , •
i. BOY ERTOWN MAIL AN`D STAGE LINE
- metres Boyertown at 6 o'clock, a. m., Arrives
at Reading at 10 o'clock, a. tll. Returning., leaves'
Reading at 23 p. m. Arrives at BoYerttnarn at 7
D. in. It serves Stonorsyillo, Brumfieldville ,
Greshvillo, Yellow Blom, Earlvfile and Ittatera
town. '4 v
' BERNVILLE MAIL
.AND STAGE L •
Leaves Bethel at 3 o'clocit t _ a. ni., attives at
Reading at 10 o'clock; a. m. Rotunda% leaves
Reading at 2 o'clook, p. us., arrives at Isill eriburg
at 9P. us. It serves Leinbachs, Lower De r , Bern
vile, Rehrersburg, Bethel, Tulpohoeoon ' and
BLUR BALL MAIL AND STAGE LINE
Leaves Reading on Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day tit S o'clock, a. in. Returning, leaves Blue
Ball on Tuesday, Thursday and I3aturdaY, ar
riving atHeading at 4K o'clock, p. m.' It Wallin
lktohn's Store, Knauer's.. BiTmarsville. Muddy
Creek, Terre Hill', Weaver's ill and Blue Ball. '
D Aor T ri A v G es E a L t I R N e lt adinn
cave Rending on Monday, Wednesday and
It Ida y at i 7 14 l o'clock lA l
T esday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 o'clock,
p.m, lt supplieS Mt. Penn, Bookeragile, 'hands
Furnace, Morgantown, Talbotville, lionoy Brooke,
cambridge and South Hermitage
/ LOBACHSVILLE STAGE AND MAIL LINE
Loaves Lobaohsvillo on Tuesday, Thursday en
Saturday at 6 o'clock, a. tn. Arrives at Reading at
9,4 o'clock, a. m. Returning. Loaves Itibading at
2'/, o'clock, p. in. • Arrives at,Lobaohiville at 6
o'clock. p. In. It serves Abaco, Oley and Lobaolt
... READING TO COLUMBIA
Daily by Railroad—Leaves Reading at 0 p. m.
Arrives at 10s30 a.m. SupplionFritstown_,Reinis olds
Station, Stovons, Ephrata, Millway Lids, Man
hol ns,Sporting 11111, Lasidiavillo and Silver Springs.l
WESTCHESTER TO BIRDSBORO
Tri-wookly by Stage—Loaves Westohoster. on
Monday, Wedne'sday land Friday at 7a. in. Ar
rives at Birdsboro ntl p m. Returning, leaves
Birdaboro on Tuesday; Th ursday.and Saturday at
7a. in. Supplies Geiger's Mills,l3luo Rook, Long's,
,Uwohland, Lionvillo add West White
and. . i
' READING TO ROBESON
Semi-weekly by Stage—Leaveaßeading on Tues
day and Saturday at 7:30a. m. and arrives atßeisd
ing at 11 a. m.
READING TO HOST
Semi-weekly by Singe—Leaves Reading !cruel
'day and Saturday at 11:30 a tn. ' Arrives &Mead
lug at 11 : 80 a, m. Supplies Addam'sTave 'Lower
Meidelbarg, North Heidelberg, •Kriok's Is 11,s and
LEESPORT TO NORA • • • '
Tri-weekly b y' Stago—Loaves Leesport Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 12 m. Arrives at Lees
port at 3 p. In. Supplies South EvansVillo and
BLACK COTE( CLOAKS,
CHINCHILLY CLOTH CLOAKS
WUITNY BEAVER CLOAKS,
VROVE6- BEAVER ,cLoAFs t
WATERPROOP CLOAK ' S,
BILK VELVET CLOARg.
COXTOWN TO VIROINSVILLE •
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves Coxiown Tuesday,
Thursday and baturday at 9a. in. Arrives at Cox
town at 4p. rn. Supplies Kirbyville, Absalom and
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves RehrersburgTues
day, Thursday and Saturday atll a, in. Arrives at
ltehrorsburg at t's.p. In. Supplies Wlnterarllio and
HEADING MAILS. '
Not York—Closes at 10 A. a. and 10 P. y . '
Arrives at 1 A. U. and 2 P. U.
Philadelphia- Arrives at 10;30A. u. and 0 P. 11
Cl9llOB at 10 A. u. and 4 P. M.
Harrisburg—Arrives nt 10;30 A. li t and 4:30 P. N
Closes at 10 A. U. and 5:30 P. M.
IPOthV HO—Arrives at 10:30 A. u. and 4:30 P. Y.
Closes at, 10 A. u. and 5:30 P. u.
ALLENTOWN ANI) BANTON.
Arrives ot2:QQP. u. I Closer At10:00
, ItEAMBTOWN—toroo tinaea a weak.
Arrives at 7:00 P. M. I Closes nt 8:00,
• 111311NPILLE, -
Arrives a t 10;00 A. w. I Closes at 2:00 ,Ir.
Arrives a t 10:00 A. f. Closes at 2:30 P. M.
I,OIIACINVILLE — direa times a wook, (
Arrives at, 9;30 A. M. I " Close at 2:30 P. u.
riguA—three times a week, ,
Arrives at 7:00 r. m. I . Closes at 5:00 A. M.
BLUE HALL—threo times a week,
Arrives ut 4;30 r. it. " I • .Close at 8;00 A. M.
UKIDELBEIM—tVIICO a week, -
Arrives at 0:00 A, y. I I Close at 11:30 a. m,
it(iilEsolt—twice a week,
Arrives at 11:00 A - , M. I ) clO3O at 7:30 A. M.
B UCKWHEAT FLOUR 1
BARNHART & KOCH
Have jtpt received 111,410 vettrid3 of tho befit
MO t INTA IN B tl.O
Which they will Fehl nut, ivlinlesale and
Alpo, constant ry on hand: the best
FAMILY AIZI) RAKERSs_ FLOURS,
All kinds,of Feed, Kiln Dried Corn Alen!, &c.d.:a.
BARNHART dr, KOCH;
act 30.2 w • No?. 21.24 gut North Eighth street.
LYONS HOTEL •
W. R. ARTMAN, Proprietor.
One of t 0 beit houses outside of the Inrge cities.
It is locat d on the line of the East Pennsylvania
Railroad, bout midway between Neadintt an 1
lentown. All trains between New York an the
West, as well to all way trains, stop at Lyons, and
immediately in front o f the Lyons Hotel. •
44•Ever7tbjeg in and about the hotel is ninny-
Passed. A first rate Livery Stable Is 'also kept, In
connection with the Note!, • • ' 4024"
BLANK BOOKS We have on
sale a largo variety of Bluth Books whieb will be
sold cheap. . HIM% k 00.
77 7- ogrip
~x ALL ruaNiT - er Rs.
tre l 4 ll 4. 11 , StnidAl4l4
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A mittoek:)riwark sAmearou good..
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MoGowan & Miltimore,
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HOUSE FU !“EfILIN O , G 00 D:13 1
TIN MA 'EN, ,s' .Itiv.2 , IRON,
' SADDL AC%
PENN STREET, 'READING', Pi.
GREth! - ; I*DUCTION ; ; .
BOOTS A . 0 SIIOEBi HATS, CAPS AND
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GEIGER, & 'BRO.; I, l '
ITNN STREW, -
We hove juet received asplendid stock of the
above goods, 'Mitcham now offered at the follow: ,
Jog low prices
Mon's calf boots, , Si
'... French calf Congress gaiter..
workingaboes, extra nears', 112 P0N"403 '
Bo if balurrals, sowed . 1 CO,
Doffs' ol .
' r k ip " " 81 r to:10 5
s luting, high Polls, 1 I
le Congress gaiters. . 800
41 luting halmerttls ( est), ,1 00
Ladies' bat morals,
Hoye' hats,_ ) 60
11'.2mon's Morocco balmerain, Polish, 2 CO
"shoes, A 2
Misses' lasting Polish, ', -
Women's kid slippers,
glove kid, Polish, high hest
balmomle, $2 65 to 3 25
The above prices aro as low as any other similar
place of business In Clio city.
Particular attention is paid to all kinds of re
We aiso bare on band a largo and well nelociei
FURS ; TRUNKS, VALISES, &n.
MONEY WANTED I
MONEY *ANTED, ~
BY THE CITY OP READINO.
ne undereigned,_Committee on Finance of tbe
Corporation of the City of Reading, havidit been
asthorised to borrow the num of -.
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND • DOLLS.
for the purppla of enlanring theiWater Work,/ Of
the said city, hereby give notice th t they are pH
pared to issue Certificates of Loan. eating IliZ per k
cent. interest, to partici desidng toJ oan mono/ to
the city. Apply to either of the an erslgued, or to
William Heidenreich, Esnrtweer.
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Priatipit aP l
I,temember the name and nu:Laic:4
491 ,fII.IVN STRRET.
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