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—A. bold attempt was made on Monday to
ob the George Washington Bank at Corning,
New York. While boy was temporarily
alone in ttio bank , a nian entered and repro
aented himlstilf as a' United States Marshal,
who was tibout taking possession of tho bank
for issuing counterfeit notes. lle took a
pair of handcuffs from his pocket, and put
them upon the Wrists of the boy, who was
nearly paralyze 3 by fear. Tho boy began to
scream for help. which frightened the. thief,
and he relensecrii;on. He then Old the boy
to go with him find find the cashier,and while
they were looking for him at tho depot the
—The Protestant Missionaries at Ching
keang, near Yangchow, in China, have ro-
Gently been the victims of an outrageous
attack made by a mob of eight or ton thou
sand Chinese, who broke into the mission
house, set tiro to the premises, and attempted
to burn' up the inmates, consisting of the
teachers and the children undor•their charge.
The riot was occasioned by p .panic elicited
by a report that the missionbries boiled up
the children, to ho used as medicine.
—The Moncricire gun carriage l a new inyen
tion, is attracting much attention in Eng
land.. li, it ordnance can bo mounted so as
to sweep the land and Bea by their fife, 'and
yet the gunners, while loading anti aiming
the piece, will be - thoroughly protected by
parapets impervious to the heaviest project
—The catch of herring in Massachusetts
Bay this season has never boon equaled.—
One boat with a crew of two men and five
nets ) caught in ono night 60,000 herrings,
and were obliged to call other boats to their
assistance to get them .nshore. The catch
of halibut is' also very ltU.ge all along the
—The New York fltin has a carrier who,
has distrilinted that paper in Williamsburg
and vicinity for :Seventeen years conseen•
lively, without missing a day. Another in•
teresting feature of the case is the fact that
he has made the comfortable' sum of $lOO,-
000 by his occupation.
—Rich gold fields have been discovered on
the Northern frontiers of Norway and Rue.
sia, stated to surpass those of California.—
The severity of the climate will, however,
prevent the placers being worked by emi•
grants from i tbouthern and Middle Europe.
lidlnday evening, some workmen
fell from a platform in the Viola Congrega•
tional Churoh in Johnstown, Cambria coun
ty, by tho giving way of the timbers, a dip
tanco of eighteen feet. Ono was killed, one
was dangerously, and two severely injured.
—General MeClellan kto ho l e a salary
of ten thousand dollars a year from tb,o exe
eutors of the will of the late Edwin A.
Stevens for superintending the comple
tion of tho famous Stevens' battery at
—A roll of bills of $250 was recettly
found in a rat's nesc in Twenty-seventh
street, Now York, for the supposed robbery
of which a young man was sent to prison,
which ! caused dissipation and a pauper's
—A. largo Belgian vessel nrrived recently
at Civita Vecchin, having on board for the
Papal government a considerable number of
Remington rifles, 600 kegs of powder, 200,-
000 cartridges, and sixty tons of'lead.
-Frederick D. nut, principal of a school
in Detroit, has been fined $2O for beating
two girls • of fifteen years sevorely on tho
hands. They worn one minuto lato on no
count of illness in the family of one of them.
—A radical rebel had an old Democratic
tnienist, 00 years .of age, debarred from
registration in St. Joseph, Mo., last week.
The man had lost seven SOUR in the Union
army, yet was not "loyal" enough to vote.
—Ale Columbus, 0hi0../ourna/ calculates
that there aro not less than ono hundred
tulips of emigrant wagon trains On tho road
between that city and liausas City, going
—Mrs. Otter,on, :t widow lady residing at
Sum.Ynitville, Cambria county, was found
dead in her house on last Sunday. She had
hung herself to a bedpost, and 0101 found
life - Kis extinct.
—The South German States have agreed
upoit a common plain Of mobilization for
their military forces. As a matter Of mitt's.°
it is not to be divulged, being considered a
State secret. .
---Tho will) of Bernard .Wagnor =erns
drowned at Mt, Vernon ► Luzern() county,
QII Monday, by fulling front a bridge. Ilor
body letd not boon recovered at. last nc•
--A black boar, weighing 100 hounds, was
killed one day last week. 14ack or Pittston.
Another, (a tub, weighing 150 pounds,) was
shot a few dayt; previous 'Oar Lackawanna.
—Pearl lishhig in'the prA'lvinee of Olonetz,
Russia, 11118 lately been resumed with g reat
success, and some km specimens have ioeen
sent to the Env()Jor. by the peasants.
—The Oyster police tont Ives launched at
Baltimore on Monday. his a murderous
looking affair, heavily armed, and will look
after ptrato oystertnen in tne Chesapeake.
—The Now York Evening Mnil says that
hundreds of "nice young men" in that city,
many of thorn "soctetyfellows," Hie entire•
ly upon borrowed money.
—Pent is used in Fond du Lac, Macon.
sin, as common fuel in stoves provided with
hrates and is giving satisfaction so far as
—The body of a murdered man was found
under a coal breaker near Scranton, last
week. lie was probably killed in a drunken
—Since the overthrow of the Bourbon um.
narelly in Spain, it is said that live hundred
Jesuits have fled .across the frontier of Por
—Emma Ross drowned herself from a
Cincinnati ferryboat because her lover wont
for a soldier andwouldn't marry her.
—The citizens 4f,' Madrid have publicly
burned the concordat before the palace of
the Papal Nuncio at that place.
—Moro than ono•seventh of the State of
Mississippi, it is said, is advertised for sale
under execution for debt.
—Pennsylvania will send five Catholic
Bishops to tho General Council at Rome
—The Roman *Catholics are building a
$8,000,000 cathedral in Canton, China.
r--Another bond robbery--this time $120,-
000—is reported from New York.
Just reoeived 'at the EAPAR I3OOKSTORE.I
full lino of books in use in the Public Schools in
tbli city, which will bo sold ut the very lowest
prices. It would be to the advent/vile of such who
are in want of books to ascertain our prices before
purchasing elsoivhere. 14 have .
SWoodburyto Now Method; with Gornatin,B
C FOquelle'sFrench Conroe,
1 . 11 Mc(Mardis Milli metles,
0 •Bullion's Grammar,
'Goodrich's B. History,
L • Greenleaf's Arithmetic , .
Davie' Legend or,
Dletio - lanarlei t
Pens and 11Ponholdere.
G Slat9a and flf3lato-Ponelle,
L tn.111:n0 'el?.
E NVootiburreElementVary fiermanßeaderE
rarkerAWatison'aerles:of School Booke,
Orlttenden'a Bookkeeping, with, sotto of Blank-.
Pennock History of linglanti, Orocoo, and Rome,
Mitchel's Intermediate and Primary Geographies
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT
For eale:et n
861 Penn Street.
DENS AWD PEN HOLDERS.. A turf A. vary
1. et, of diiterent Tooke& for ; nalekiLthe 15111110
HOOL 11001 ES
at 9'13 ELi;s[iiiiio,v,
FItEDFAUCIc W. LAUER,. •'"
Carnt r and tiSiuhiaptwr shce fa. licadinp,
Salo Agent for Bodo and Lebanoneountio, for the
SAMPSON SCALE COMPANY.
The most reliable and durable Scales over placed
before the publie.
Cull nod see them before purchasing elsewhere.
Superior inducements offered to buyers.
A lot of second-hand
on hand and for sale cheap,
SL • rf EIOOD NEWS FOR TILE
, . kTPEOPL.—Go to the NA
• 40. g ° if i Bi°At HAT
below the lisott office, to buy
cheap and well-made BOOTS,
SHOES and HATS.
SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
_ (Nonr Ponn,)
A. 14..E5TP.111.1r, Proprietor.
Tug 'following table shows the time on which all
Passenger trains, on the different, Railroads, arrive
add depart from this city:
Reading Accom., all way stations 7:30 a. in.
Express, principal stations . 10:35 "
Way and Market„all stations 11:30 "
Express„ principal stations...-- 4:20 pox:.
Way and .Mail, all stations 6:30 "
Ashland, Tamaqua, &a., and W. stations, PISS a. m.
Pottav v ire and all way stations. 5:50 p, m.
4 1 otts le, Ashland, Tamaqua, &a r 6:10
tpa , #ARRIRISURO AND THE wkar.
Express, Lebanon, He and west, 1:10 a.
Accom__,. Harrisburg and all way stations 7:15
Mail, Harrisburg and principal stations, 10:45 "
F Lebanon, Harrisburg and the west, 1:50 p. In.
Way, Harrisburg and all way stations-- 6:05 "
Express, Lob,„ Harrisburg nd the west, 10:10 ”
An sun froth Harrisburg a 4:49, 7:06,10:25 a. m.and
4:10,6:25, 11:40 p. in.
FOR NSW YORK
Andprindpal way station 4:41 a. tn.
For Now York and Principal way stations 7:00 "
For " and glliiramtations 10:30 - "
For " 2:40 p. In,
For " 41
4:20 p. i tu.
For " andprinelpal way eta'ns, 11:40
AR mut from New York at 1:00, 9:00 a. m. and 1:50.
0:00.10:10 p. m.
ItEADINGAND'COLUMBIA R. It.
ON AND AFTER
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28d, 1868.
Passenger Trains will run on this Road, as
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 800 A. M.
Laumuiter 3 00 P. M.
" Columbia • 3110 P.M.
Arrive at Reading
10 20 A. M.
5 30 P. M.
Leave Reading at 700 A.M.
n 15 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster 920 A.M.
" . Columbia at 915 A.,
Columbia and Lancaster at 8:ti0 P. M.
Trains hos. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Reading with Trains North and South, on Phila.
and Reading_Raliroad, and West on Lebanon Val
toy Road. No. 2 also wakes close connection with
Train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained nt the Macs of the
Now Jersey Central Railroad, foot of Liberty M.,
Now York, and Phila. and Reading Itailroad,l3o
and 'Callowhill Sts., Philadolphia.
Through Tickets to New York and Philadelphia
Sold at all the Principal Mations, and Baggage
()hooked Through. ,
Trains are run by P. ,tr. It. It. Tit o, which Is 10
minuted faster than Penna. R. It. Time. •
E. F. KBHVSR, Oon'l Frt. and Ticket Agt. of ly
East Pennsylvania Railroad.
SUl4ll4lllt ARRANGEMENT, COMMENCING
WedneEday, May 20th, 1F44.
SIX TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORE. WITH-
On and alter Wednesday, May, 2oth, 180, two
Passenger Trains will leave Reading daily, (except
Sundays,) for All entown and way stations, at 10.30
A. M. and 4.50 P. M., stopping ut all the way Ka
't ions between Reading and Now rark, inciting
itho closcuconneetiens for Ma nch Chunk and rhut
daphin via • Lehigh Valley it, IL, and arrivo at
New York at 3.3(1 and 10,15 P M.
Poor (II through Expro, • Trains will lna`i.
Reading daily, (except Fnuday,. ) ll,r 'New York
and the last; leaving Beading at 1.11 and 7.00
A. M. and al 2.4tt and 11,40 P. M.
Those Trains run through from Pittsbnrgh to
New York, without change of cam Stopping only
at Lyons, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Hump
ton, Sommerville, Plainfield and Elizabeth, and
arrive at New York at 10.04) A. M., 12.00 M., 7.25
I'.M. and 5.00 A. M.
The 4.41 A. M. train will not Leave Reading on
Mondays. •The DO A. Al and 11.40 P. M, trains
run daily, Sundays Included.
Trains. leave New York, foot of Liberty street
daily, (except Sunday?) at 9.00 A. AL, 12 noon, 5;8
and 8.20 P. AI , and arrive at Rending at L&O, 0.00
and 10.10 P. M., and at 1.00 and 2.52 A. M.
The 8.00 P[lll. train from New York leaves daily.
A Sunday Excursion Train will leave Rending
ovary Sunday nt 3 A. Al., ptopping at all stations
and intermediate points. Arrive at Allentown,
at 10 A. M. Retarning: leave Allentown, at 4.0 a
P. AL Arrive at Reading at el P, M,
Passengers are requested to purchase tickets be
fore entering the cars, -
as 21 cents extra will ho
charged and collected on the train from 01 who
pay the faro to the Conductor.
Juno 23- C. STULT'/., Eng. and Supt,.
Philadelphia & Reading Railroad.
REA DINO, AtTOUST GTR 13(3,
QUMSII.IIt ARRANGEMENT Oh` PASSENGER
0 TRAINS, August 3 1808.
Five Trains down to Philadelphia, passing . Read
ing at 730, 1035 and 11 30 a. m., and 4 25 and 030
Up to Pottsville, at 10 40 a. in., and 550 and 600
Trains West to Lebanon owl Harrisburg:
Western Express front New York, at 17,0 a. in,
and 150 and 10 10 p. m.
Harrisburg Accommodation Train at 715 a. in.,
and mail trains at 10 45 a. in. and 6 65 p. m.
On Sundays, the down trains pass Reading at
940 a. in. and 425 p. m„ and Up trains at 10 50 a.
m. and 557 p. m.
The 4 25 p. m, down, and 1050 a. M." up trains
run only between Philadelphie. and Reading.
Up trains leave Philadelphia for Reading, Har
risburg and Pottsville, at 7 30 find - 815 a. m., 12 45
noon, and 330 p. m. and 6 151 p. in., for Reading
only. The 815 n. in. trains cor neat with trainater
Tamaqua, Williamsport, Blasi a, Buffalo, Niagara
Tho 815 n. in. and 3 30 p. m. up trains from Phil
adelphia, and 10 35 a. in. and 4,2 a p. m. down trains
stop only at principal stations, below Reading.
Reading Accommodation Train : leaves Reading
at 7 30 a. in., returning leaves Philadelphia at 615
Pottstoivn Accommodation Train leaves Potts
town at 645 a, in., returning loaves Philadelphia
at 4 30p,m.
The Western Express Trains connect at Harris.
burg with express trains on the Pennsylvania R.
R. for Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and all points west,
anti the 1045 mail train connects at Harrisburg for
Pittsburgh, Lancaster, Clunnbersburg Sunbury,
Scranton, Pittston, Wilkesbarre, Williamsport,
Look Haven, Elmira and tbo.Canadas.
Passenger Trains leave Upper Dep_ot at 7 00 a.m.
and 615 p. in., for Ephrata, - Lids, Taaneaster.and
Through First-class Coupon tickets and Emi
grants' tickets at reduced fares, to all the primly)))
points in the North, West and the Canadts.
With 26 coupons, at al per cent. discount between
any points desired '
Good for 2000 miles between all points, at 125-56 fo*
families and business firms.
Good for the holder only, for 3.0,9 and 12 mon'lls,
between all points at reduced fares. School season
tickets at ono-third less than the &hope.
SW Passengers will take the Expres_4 Trains
west at the Upper Depot, and another trains at the
Lower or Via D e p o t. •
100 pounds of baggage allowed each pass;enger.
Passengers are requested to purchase therrtickets
,before entering the cars. as higher fares are chart
ed if paid in the cars.
Excursion Tickets Food for ono day, by 730 a. in,
Accommodation Train to Philadelphia and returrt,
at $2 65 each.
0. A. NICOLLS, Gen'l. Supt.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
Keeps constantly on band and for sale at the
A. world:assortment of •
WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK, MIMI;
CHERRY; 'OAK, ASH, 'CHESTNUT,
INDIANA BLACK & WIIrDa WALNUT.
CAROLINA YELLOW PINE,
Thoroughly seasoned and under cover.
WHITE PINE, CYPRESS, AND NORTH
CAROLINA GREEN SWAMP CEDAR.
Orders respectfUlly solicited and promptly,
tended to. Tor prices, dm., call at the _
NEW BRICK OFFICE,
On the Corner of Fourth & Pine Ste.,
n A. GEtEEfEZdEllit3
Extensive Grain Warehouse,
FARMERS AND 00i)ISIGNORS,
Who may wish to etero Grain, &o. ,Slorage and
commission reasonable. Also, asaperior stook of
FLOUR AND FEED, &e.)
Forsale wholesale and retail, at lowerpricesthan
can be purchased elsewhere. Also, a superlorlot of
Buokwheat Meal, and Potatoes.
Offloo, No:105 North Eighth-et. Roading s ra,
‘,` ltilADI NG\- - A DEER, "
Tho ohleit German Nowepapor pub Ashed In the
C'irraldion ewer Mee 77witsan•11
The "Reading Adleeris the lioFt advertiring ma
ilium for the German Dhitrial in EMit ern Penneyl•
vania, having a circulation of over five thousand
copied. It eontaina twenty-eight large eflilllllll9 of
advertisement:land earefiillypeleeted reading mat
't'ho Adler in thoroughly Demorratie in prin
entl en vori»g to inettlente the pound pollard
doctrine:loft - 111r forefathere, n 3 la id down by Jaffa-
eon anti Jaek Ran.
PRICE ONLY ' 4I AO A YEAR.
Published every Tue. lay *ming. by
1 4 b.15
We haveiust received a large let of those desira
ble little Caske , which we are enabled to sell at
reduced rates ontaining a Ruler, Seal, Pencil,
Crayon. Pen older, Slate Pviell, Gum and
Sponge. RITTER it CO.
J_GB PRINTING.;B I ET, 9 7I'oge
Job Printing neatly executed at tne 7'.aAGLE'
1 li '
Nov ready for
United States. i'
11' A 111.1911 R D TN 1797:
RITTER. & CO.,
No. 351 Penn Street.,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN I.3ITTERS,
Hcofland's German (Tonto,
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of flu
Liver, Stomach; or Pigestice
Hooiland's German Bitters
Is composed of the puroJuiecs (oral they an med
icinally formed Extrotthr of' ltootp, Herbs, and
IlarkNrnitking f)repnrriti tion highly conuentra
tett and entirely freallift»4 alcavtio admix/-
tare chiliff kind.
lIOOFLANI)'S CEIthIAN TONIC
le a combination of nil the ingredienteofthe Bit
ters, with the purest quality, of Santa Crux Rum
Orange. &e., malting one of the most pleasant and
afireeable remedies ever offered to the pubile. •
rhose preferring a Medicine free from Alcoholic
admixture, Will ix%
gOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Those 'who have no pliketion to the combhontiot
of tho Itittersos stated. Atilt use
II 0 0 A;ND'S OF. RMAN ONI
They aro both equally good, and contain the
same medicinal virtues, the choice betweenthe two
being a more matter of task, the Tonic being the
The stomach, from a variety of causes, each
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, etc., is
very apt to have its functions deranged. The Liv
er, sympathizing aselosef as it, does with the
Stomach thou hecomeslJaffeeted, the result el
which is that the patient suffers from several or
more oldie following dssoases: •
Consumption, Flatulence, Inward •Piles, Fullness
of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for foosl, Full
ness or Weight In the Stomach, Soar
Ernetations, Sinking or Fluttering
' at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of
the Head, Hurried .or Difilault Breathing,
I (uttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocat
ing Sensations when in a Lying Posture, Di nos,
of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Dull
Pain in the Head, /Defleieney of Perspira.,
tion, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Pain in the Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, etc.,'
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of l,vil and West-
Depression of Spirits, .
The sufferer from thoso disottsos should exorcise
the greatest caution in the solootion of a retouch
for his ease, purchasing only that which ho isas
sured from his investigations and inquiries,
misses true merit, is skill/ \fully compounde d,l.
freo from injurious ingrolitlionts, and establisli
ed for Itself a reputation for the more of disoups.
In this connection we would submit thoso
1100FLAND'S GERMAN itirrEllq
1100FLANDIS GERMAN TONI(
REPARRO lIYbR. O.M. JAOKaOII, PhiladOlPill,a, Ph
Thirty-five years since they wpm first introdueod
into this country from tiormany, during which time
they haVe undoubtedly performed more cures, and
benefited suffering humanity ton greater extent.
than any other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectually cure LiVat COM.
plaint, Jaundice Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervour
Debility, Chronlo DiareVhcea, Disease of-the
Kidneys, and all Diseanear arising from a Dis
orderbd Liver. stomach or Intestines.
Resulting from any Cause whatever; Prostration
of tho System, induced by severe Labor,
Hardships, Exposure. Fevers, are,
There is no medicine extant equal to those rem
edies in such cases. A tone and vigor is 1114611 mi
to the whole system, tho appetite is strengthened,
food is enjoyed, the stomach digests property, the
blood is purified, the complexion becomes sound
mid healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the chocks, and thi
weak and nervous invalid becomes a strong awl
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIM,
And fooling tho hand of timo weighing heavily
upon thorn,. with all its attendant ,s will find it
the us° of this 1111714103, or the TONIC, an dirt)
that will instil now life into their voins, restore k
a pleasure the energy and ardor of more youthful
days, build up their shrunken forms, and give
health and happiness to their remaining years,
It is a well established fact that fully ono-halt m
the uo portion ()tour mpulation tiro seldom it
the enjoyment of good health, or, to Wit
own' oxproesilm, "novor 4feel well." They all
languid, devoid of all energy, extremely' nervous
and have no nppotito.
To this CifV3.9 of persons tho BITTERS, or- th,
TONIC, is espeeially roeommonded. -1
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Aro made strong by the use of either of these
remedies. Tboy.will cure every ilif , l4 of MAltAti
MS. without tut.
Thousandg of eertilicatea havo accumulated IL
the hawk of the proprietor, but FPaceivill allow o
the publication of but fow. Thom), it will be ob•
served, are millll note, awl of roo m standing Mal
they mud be believed.
TESTI MON IA I ,S.
Hon, (loorgo W. Woodward.
Cliii.f.lpttice of the Snpren►o Co►:rt ► ivrite
piIif,AIWAPIIIA, March K 1867,
"f Inid Ifoolland's German Bitters is a good funk;
useful in diseases of the . tligTltivo organs, an..l of
great benefit in eases of debility, and want of
nervous Helton in lie system.
Yours, truly . ,
4EO. W. WOODWAII D.
lion. James l'hompnon,
Judge of the Supreme CourtofPeuusylvauin,
1 1 011,Amsr,PuTAPpri1 29,18rh,
"1: eimsider Ifoolland's germ an Bitters ronige
ble vncil ine in etuin of nttneks of indigestion or dy/1
VoliAia. I Van certify this ft om my experionpo of it
Yours, with respect,
Prom Hay. PI. P. Feudal!, •
Assistant Editorhristian Chronicle, Philadelphia
1 have.derive. 'added benefit front the ttio'of
Ilooiland's ['ferns( llitterg, and feel it my privilege
to recommend theta as a most valuable, tonic, to all
who are suffering front general debility, or from
diseases nriaing front derangement of the liver.
E. D. FENDALL.
Prom Rev. Joseph 11. Kennard, D. D.,
Pastor of tho Tonth Baptist Church, Phila.
DR. JACKBON. — DEAR SIR Lave boon frequent'
ly requested to connect my name with mom
mondations of different kinds of medicines, but re
garding the practice‘fas out of to appropri
ate sphere, I havo in alll.l oases deolinedh but
with a clear proof in various instances, and partic
ularly in my own family of tho use of Dr. Hoof,
land's G I
erman Bitters, depart for onoo from my
usual course, to express my full conviction thatjor
general debility of the system, ant/ especially for Meer
Complaint, it is a 4afe and makable preparation., In
some eases it may fail' but usually, I doubt not. It
will be very beneficial to those whosuffor from the
I Yours, very respectfully,J. H. EIsNARD,
Eighth, below Coates St.
Ilanues German Remediev lITO counterfeited.
See that the signaturerlofo.M.JACKSON hen
thowrapperefeach het-S./tie. Allotheroarecoun
Principal office and Manufactory, at the fierman
Medicine Store, No. f►3l Arch Street, Philadelphia,
CHARLES M.. EVANS , Proprietor,
Formerly C. M. JACKSON Sc. Co.
PRICE, • -
lloojiand'• German Diger*, pir bottle, - - In
ie • •
- t ha If dozen,
/holland'. German Tonic, put up in quart bottleS,
ill 50 per bottle, or a half dozen for 87 50.
1113.110 not forget to examine well the article you
buy, in order to get the genuine.
FOR SALE BY ALL
Druggists and Storekeepprs,
Web,(', high tiohooh(loy, E 3,)
Webs*'s Claumon S%!huol,
IV.±l,4ter'd Prituary, ahr,
Itohle English Dietionftry,
woreester's Climprehensivo Didionity,
Worerster's Bchoot DistiAAry
Atl!Wei (lernann Engilah Not iottary,
oohlscllager's Pronouncing German
For sato at th• .
it.;l Penn Street, near Fourth.
GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT,
Waroroom, oornor Fifth and Woohingtot
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN.
1 vito public nttention to their splendid stook of
flrat-ulnae furniture now and constantly on honk
and made to order to suit Customers. -
Among other articles. mould attention is In.
vitod to their unsurpassed
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and every other article in their line of Whom
Every urtiolo is manufantured by thenneirtsjo
their admirably nrrangod inanufactory, tilt lo go
most perfect machinery, and skillful module,
and finished in an unaurvalatoti manner.
Alio moored to meat) nll adorn for
All orders promptly executed, and trarrantedtt
give satisfaction, ap.lo•
N. T. Gum,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
6C13 Penn Street, Reading, .Pa.
T_TAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND TDB FINEif
assortment of Fine, and Heavy llootsand Roo
in this city, also Ladies' and Children's Shoe:lod
kinds. Soo list of styles and prices:
Men's ealf boots, home made, 11 6 t 3 26'
}d o II 400 to 53
calf balmuralfl, 2500 101
kip 2 ' 5J
" " Brogan?, 0 00 25)
" Congress pilot's, p 76 45)
" Glove kill Congress gapers, , 4 00 53 1
200 3 9 W 11oye' kip Imota, - 1
. 15 0 23
I I 1
Youths' kip boots,. ‘. 175 2a..)
luahnorals 125 15
Women's glove kid high Polish hal
m orals, 360 43
lirtinion's lasting high Polish balmorals,2 00 301
goat patent loather tip, " 200 _24
" Kid slippers, 100 15
Misses' goat patent leather tip bal
morals,l 50 21W
Children's goat patent loather tip bal
morale, , 125 110
N. T. 0110.
653 Penn atteet.
FOIE REA.DING FIRE INSIIIRANCE AND
1' TRUST COMPANY OF BERMS C.
ORnANIZSD JULY. 1807.
Ohre Reading hoar (Ince Building, f,19 North
h'ifth at red, S. E. arner a awl taw',
Offioo hour§ from 8 A. u. to 8 F. It
J. Pringle .Jones, /nines McKnight,
Henry ZVan lteed, Jacob Mather,
J. T. Jne . kBon, I). K. Stout.
Jonns klhalter. J, T. Valentino,
This • Company insures all kinds of proper',
against /°ss or damage by Ilre etudes as low assay
oth errellable Companyand upon ovotypian known
to Stock Insurance Companies.
Perpetual Policies issued requiring no renews!
and upon which the amount of premium Paid ain
be reclaimed at any time, less a deduction of an
per cart. The advantages of this method srs
worthy of the attention of farmers and others her.
inq first-class dwelling houses, barns and other
buildings, in town or country, as being the elan•
est and safest.
Policies for one, two, three, five or moreYesre , "
for leas than ono year, issued and no charge made
for Policy and survey when renewed or when in
surances are transferred from other compere;
The citizens of Readitii and 'vicinity, hltheite
dependent mainly upon foreign companies, hill
now the privilege deflecting their Insurance/Ms
home institution, well orgenised, with an admit&
paid in end guaranteed capital, presenting $
strong a basis of security as that of any other eons*
pany. The advantage of doing7business direct/1
With the Company And the importance of keeyini
some portion of the large slims paid for immures.
in circulation at home, will he appreciated by O.
.I.•PRINGLE JONES, President. •
JAMES MoKIMIIIT, Vice President ,
-A. E. A NaoKA, fica'y and Treas.. - fionelo
-LAUER'S DRONERI( I
The a übsorib err` eepectfuUy annoancee to 000 6 "
Ho that he hr J recently enlarged his Brewery
considerable extent and introduced steal PO"
in all its departments - , and is now ready to eapilf
all demands for •
SUPERIOR MALT LIQUORS,
or home and distant consumption. Ris steet
Malt Liquors. warranted to keep in all Mantes. / 1
DROWN STOUT. PORTER. '-
BOTTLING ALE, AND' LAGER BEM
N. B.—A liberal percentage will be allowed
Agouti abroad. Jan.l36"