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—The body of Miss Sarah A. Barber; a
beautiful and highly esteemed young lady of
, Vt., has beep foundin Lake Cham
plain, about five miles from her home. She
went, to bed the evening previous to her dis
appearance, in good health and spi4tsi and
her mysterious death has caused muol,h excite
ment. , •
- —A now needle gun, invented by Derr
Werder, of Nuremberg, has just been tried
at Pestit. The weight is but eight pounds
and a half. The powder charge is half a
gramme less than that of the Prussian guns,
It was fi re d t wen ty timea in ono minute, and
that number can ho increased.
--The action of the Battledore authorities
in launching an. oyster police boat has
created a great excitement in the Cheapeake.
A tight is reported between Maryland and
Virginia oyatormen l which resulted in the
death of ono Virginian and one or two Mary
--The 'aced body of a child was found in
street gutter in Cincinnati the other night.
It was wrapped in several pieces Of brown
paper, and on a little piece of white paper
pinned to it, was written, "Father, bury
me; mother has no money. I am twelve
—General Sheridan has perfected plans
for a six months' campaign against the hos•
tile Indians in Kansas and Colorado. Tho
fleneral, it is stated, has ordered the arrest
and detention of officials who had left Wash
ington to communicate with the hostile
—Senator Pomeroy walked through the
Ht roots of Leavenworth, Kansas, on Friday
evening, bareheaded, ho having vowed to do
HO if Leavenworth county should give a Re
publican majority. Ho was accompanied by
a "Tanners' " parade.
—The Bungee Democrat says out of the
whole number, of men furnished by the
State_of Maine for the war, 1,171 bete the
name of Smith, 777 rejoiced in tho name of
Brown, and 265 were Joneses.
—Tho - Leavenworth (Kansas) Commer•
diet gives an account of thepoisoning of a
busintlid, wife, nnd five children, by a col-
Ored servant girl; named Ann Squires. The
—A man on Cnpo Cod having advertised
his wife as having loft his bed and board,
she retorts that she went away for a couple
of weeks to earn her board, and that the
bed belonged to her mother.'
—ln almost all the cities and towns of
Spain tho statues of saints and the cruci
fixes placed at the corners of the streets,
and lighted during the night by a lamp, have
been removed. -
—At the recent municipal election in Que.
bee, small boys broko open a tomb in one
of the city cemeteries and took out skulls,
which they carried about on sticks. '
-4 course of !elms by loading Men was
begun on Thursdayjnight, in New York, un-
der the auspices of the &Revel Society of
Mechanics mid Tradesmen.
--Nearly all the saddle trees made in this
country are manufactured by ten firms do•
ing business. in St. Louis. The annual val
ue is almost $BOO,OOO.
—A none prosequi has been entered in the
ease of Messrs. Howard and Johnson,charg•
rd with post-Mike Crawls, in the U, S. Court
--The remains of a Boman chief and wife
(conjectured) have been discovered at Stain
ford,'England, in a atone coffin, weighing
two tons. •
—One man was killed and several boys
were severely burned, by an explosion in au
oil refinery at : Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday
--There are ten thousand lazy negroes in
Washington, who have been fed by "de
Ilewro." Their rations are to be stopped.
--Andrew (lolden was stabbed on Monday,
in Philadelphia, and died on Saturday. The
murderer, a man named Shields, escaped.
--The country residence of Alexander J.
Bergen, at Islip, Lung Island, was destroyed
by tiro on Friday , The loss is $49,000.
—Wm. 11. Salisbnry, n physician, 2ti years
of age, committed suienle by poison, at
Pothmoutli, N. IL, on Saturday.
--The Pope intends reorganizing the Chev
aliers or Malta, an ancient Order founded
to make war against the infidels.
--The troops Bent to tleneral Rousseau
during tho election troubles in Now Orleans
have returned to their commands,
—The Naturalization Treaty between' the
United Btatevand Bavaria has been official
ly proolaitned by tho President.
—Three Missionaries, Rey..E. M. Clark
and wife, and Mrs. Simons, Railed from Bos
ton, last week, for t h e Vast. ';
—The great plaini of tbo \Vest aro almost
covered with buffaloes, on their way south-
Irani for the winter.
--Hon. Jacob It. Wortendyke, ex•Con
gresswnn from New Jersey,died on Saturday,
in .lertiey City.
tt Buffalo, on Saturday, Kat i e-Johnson,
n murderess, was sentenced to bd hanged on
—Cokson Co's. planing mill, at Clove.
land, 01do t was horned on Friday night.
—An Ohio boy tried to flee how near ho
could stand to a passing railway train. He
—ln Philadelphia, on Sunday, John Hogan
titabbed Catharine knit, aged 02 years, in
—Right Rev. Dr. S. V. Ryan was on Sun.
day consecrated Roman Catholic Bishop of
—Tho Erie railroad, within the past few
months, has laid down 0,000 tons -of steel
—"Oliver Optic" lute been , elected to the
—London averages eight persons to each
'dwelling house, Paris forty. .
—ln Washington, there is a drayinan who
speaks seven languages,
—Swine eat negro babies in Savannah.
—Tennessee owes a debt of $381000,000,1
-1 . 4,01 0 61 14c 16 / 1 0Va •
SCHOOL 1100101 I
est received at' the EAGLE BOOKSIvag,
&ft line of books in me in the Public Schools in
the city which will ho sold at the very lowest
prices. It would ho to the advantage of such who
are in want of books to pacertain our prices before
Purchasing elsewhere. We have
SWoodintry'iNiw Method, with Geraen,B
Poguelle's French Course,
Bullion's Gratn mar,
Goodrich's U. f 3. history,
Pena and JJPonholdere
Slates and (ISlnte PeneilA,
Antlion'ef \ Virgil,
liullion'sk / Crew,
E ivoodi , iury'sElg e to o n o ti(tall e o t r ß m anR o ad e rE
ParkeiV4Watson'aerles:of School Books„
Orittenden's Bookkeeping,with eotta of Blank-.
Pennooled lietory of England, Groom and Romo,
lit lichen' Intermediate and Primary Geographies
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
Containing the principal
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT
For aalo at the
851 Penn Street.
rENE AND PEN HOLDERS. A large var
e of different makes, or sate at the 'Zane
110HOOL li/OOSIII It
, . t ..
7174121 Alm Strai t Roding o 41s.
pit IT tt la • .
ernse Anb tasinuO.
lan Innioitxtrtnient tkoo
lu tif Wed trollll,
Saa Pk MINT tbeill
gnu.ar==cri.tob . 4
041iPENINOS, I4TTINOS A.1,T10
OIL OL6TIIII. •
A AM stook always at low idinness on soot..
fi gratfand Ise. JACOB 114.
pl 4 1111 M,
• rl it di, trilWer.
FREDERICK, w AIIER,
Owner MAI! . ad' Waeliiirgtoit *keel*, Reafjise. Air
Bole Agent for Berke and Lebanon eountle3 f for the
SAMPSON SCALE COMPANY.
The most reliable and durable Scales (Ivey placed
before the public.
Call and see them before purchasing elsewhere.
Superior inducements offered to buyers.
A lot of second-hand i
PLATFOIt Ai SCALES
on hand and for Bale °heap.
' . GallviarielloWtOolitikeTr
TIONAL OWN k THAT ROHN.
MOW We No. 3.11 Fenn street, three doors
below the EMMA UlliCojo tiny
cheap and well-made BOOTS.
SHOES and HATS.
oet9-3moeod • L. LICHTSTHRN.
SOUTH SIXTH. ,STREET,
St Charges modorato.
A. it. IZATERLY, Proprietor.
Twig folloWlng table shows the time on which all
Passenger trains, on the different Railroad% arrive
and depart from this city:
Beading Acorn., all Way stations ....... ..... 7:30 s. m.
Myr 085 L p_r_incipal stations . 10135 "
Way and Market, all stations 11:30 "
Express, principal stations 4:20 p.m.
Way and !Sail, all stations 0:30
Ashland, Tamaqua, dm., and W. stations, 10:35 a. m.
Pottsville and all way stations. 6:50 p. m.
Pottsville, Ashland, Tamaqua, &o 6:10 "
YOR HARRISBURG AND lIIR WEST.
Eipress, Lebanon, Harrisburg and west, 1:10 a. in.
Aceom., Harrisburg and all way stations 7:15 "
Mail, Harrisburg and principal stations, 10:45 "
Fast, Lebanon, Harrisburg and the west, 1:50 p.m.
Way, Harrisburg and all way stations 6:05 "
Express, Lab., Harrisburg and the west, 10:10 "
An lOVR from Harrisburg at4:40,7:06,10:'25 a. m.and
4:10, 6:25,11:40 p. in.(
YORt NW YORK
And_prinotpal may stations - 4:44 a. in.
For New York and principal way statione 7:06 "
11 "". and ll ll way stations 10:30 "
For. 2:40 p. m,
For .„ .. Is 4:20 p. m.
For '1 and prinelpal way sta'ne, 11:40 "
AR wig from New York at 1:00, 9:00 a. tn. and 1:50.
6:00, 10:10 p, M. _
READING} AND COLUMBIA R. IL
oN AND AFTER
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23d, 1868.
Passenger Trains will run on this Road, as
follows t .
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8 00 A. M.
" Lancaster 300 P. M.
" Columbia 300 P.M.
Arrive at Reading 10 20 A. M.
630 P. M.
Leave Readinrat • • 700 A. M.
016 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster
at , 920 A M.
Col um 15 h
• " Columbia and Lancaster at 00 P. M.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Reading with Trains North and South, on • Phila.
and Readingßailroad, and Weston Lebanon Val
ley Road. No. 2 also makes close connection with
Train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained at the Offices of the
Now Jersey Central Railroad, foot of Liberty St.,
New York, and Phila. and Reading Railroad, 13th
and Oallowhill Ste., Philadelphia.
Through Tickets to New York gndPhiladelPhla
sold at all the Principal Matteis, and Baggage
Trains are run by P. it R. R. Timo, which Is 10
minutes faster than Penna. R. R. Titno.
GEO. F. GAGE,
E. F. KIEVaR. Genii Frt. and Ticket Agt. of ly
East Pennsylvania Railroad.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, COMMENCING
Wednesday, May 20th,1t 1 68.
SIX TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK WITH.
OUT MANGE OP OARS.
On and after Wednesday, May 2nth, 18133, two
Passenger Trains will leave Reading daily, (except
Sundays,) for Allentown and way stations, at 10.30
A. M. and 4.20 I'. M., stopping at all the way sta
tions between. Reading and New York, making
also close connections for Mauch Chunk and Phil
adelphia via Lehigh Valley It. It., and arrive at
New York at 3.30 and 10.16 I DI
Your (4) through Exprea. Trains will leave
Rending daily, (except Sunday. ) for Now York
and the East; leaving 'Reading at 4.44 and 7.06
A. M. and at 2.40 and 11.40 P. M.
Those Trains run through from Pittsburgh to
New York, without change of care. Stoppingonly
at Lyons, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Ramp.
ton Sommerville, Plainfield and Elizabeth, and
arrive at New York at 10.00 A. M.,12.00 M.,7.25
I!. AL and 5.00 A. M.
;The 4.44 A. M. Oat will not Leave Reading on
Mondays. The 7.00 .M, and 11.40 P. M. trains
run daily, Sundays i eluded.
Trains leave No) York, foot of Liberty street
daily, (exetypt Sun aye) at 0.00 A. M.,12 noon, 5, 8
and 8.20 P. N. anti arrive at Reading at 1.50, 0.00
and 10.10 P. M, and at 1.00 and 2.52 A. M.
The 8.00 P. M. train from NOW York learesdallt
A Sunday Excursion Train will leave Reading
every Sunday at 8 A. M., stopping at all stations
and intermediate points. Arrive at Allentown,
at 10 A. M. Returning; leave Allentown, at COO,
P. M. , Arrive at Reading nt ti P, M.
Passengers aro requested to purchase tickets be.
fore entering the cars, as 25 cents extra will be
charged and collected on the train from all who
pay the fare to the Conductor.
June 23- C. STULTZ, Eng. and Supt.
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietoro,
ELANCTEEISTER, N. U.
Hold by all Druggists and Dealers in
IL BIRCH BIRCH & 8R0..,
DR. A. 11. LIGHT,
W. J. VIIERWECIITER,
r WILLIATiI WELLS.
ch,apptv, ad @ rtßa
world l Has all theltrength of oldroeln aosp'strith
the mild and lathering qualities of nable
Castile.' Try_thil splendid Soap, 80l north
ALDEN OnEMILVAL WORKS, 4S
Front Street, plillo(tetplela• au 7-6 mo
LIMNS IFICITEL •
. W. R. ARTMAN, Proprietqr.
One of the best houses outside of the largo ifith%
• It to ioo4tea on tb line of the Fat Pennsylvania
Railroad. about midway between Reading and At-
Itotown. All trains betireen New York and the
west, as Well asttll way trains, stop at Limn,, and
Immediately in front of the Lyons Rotel.
everything in and about the hotel is unsui
pass . A Cyst rate Livery Stable is also kept in
connection with the Rotel. feb24-
Ali II 0,10`1C:':,
Agents, Reading, Pa.
wiotEs4l kIIBTAIL Datum IN
.2.101110; PA. .
Keep constantly on band and for ale at tkii
LOWEST PEN D; "
A ganstatawilmoot of ' •
WRITE PINE, HEMLOCK, SPRUCE,
CHERRY, OAK, ABS, CHESTNUT,
INDIANA MOB k WHITE WALNUT,
CAROLINA YELLOW PINE,
Thoroughly seasoned and under cover.
WHITE PINE, CYPRESS, AND NORTH
CAROLINA GREEN SWAMP CEDAR
Orders respeetlldly sollolted and promptly
tended to. Yor ritiots. ike.. elitist the
NEW BRIOK 01710 E,
On the Corner of Fourth & Pine Ste,,
Extensive Grain Warehouse,
Now ready for
FARMERS AND OONBIGNOREI,
oorn o mreron w r i e sh aso t n o a s t r . B ' atie;t r i s tOor
FLOUR AND FEED, etc.,
tt ai ia h t ai g re , ai l r t re re e a loaepalegere. eZtorpgrc
Buok - wheat Meal, and Potatoes.
Office, N 0.105 North Eighth-St. RepAlairMs.
" READING ADLER,"
The oldest Clermair Newspaper pubitehed lu tho
ESTABLIBIIID IN 1797:
Oirculafion over Five lousand 1
I • •
Thorßeading Adler" is the best advertising ni-
diem for the German Districts in Eastern Penns*
vanla, having a circulation of over five thousand
copies. It contains twenty-eight large columns of
advertisements and carefully selected reading mat
tor, The Adler is thoroughly Democratic, In pea-
eiple, endeavoring to inculcate the sound political
doctrine!, o four forefathers, as laid dowtx by Jefror
son and Jackson.
PRICE ONLY $1 60 A YEAR.
Published every Tuesday morning, by
We hive Lust received % Sorge Ist of, those &tetra
big little Ceske% which - west, enabled to el e ll
reduced rsteefien 0, Imam Pe
Crayon; Pon Holder .. P .06 '
Speuga • • -
g il tli c at c4
pm, oil dat b o co, w icb will be 150.p.ti
RITTER & CO.,
No. 351 Penn Street,
McGowan *1054 Miltliniie; •
HOUSE PURNIOKING 0.000
TIN PLATES, REEET
SADDLEBY, /to., Om, &d. l &o.
PENN STREET, READING, Pd.
HARM A.RE STORE
THIRD AND PENN S7S.
TAKE NOTICE I
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND
GEIGER & BRO.,
431 PENN STREET,
We have lust received a splendid stgok of the
above goods, which are EIOW offered at tnefollow
ing low prices:
Men's Fit' boob,. ,' , $4 00
• , 'kip boots, 2 26
" tench calf Congress goiters, 3 00
working shoes, extra heavy. $2 00 to 260
s" 1 calf balwßrals, sewed, 4 0
" kip " ' 11 60 ton 66
Women's lasting, high Nllsth2 tlo Congress gaiters,' 'I 60
kluging . balmorais (best), 00
Boy' hats, _
Wouten's Morocco balmorale, Polish,
Misses' lasting Polish sh ,
Women's kid slippers,
glove kid, Polish, high heel
bahnorale, $2 65 to 325
The above prices are as low u any other similar
place of business in the city.
Particular attention Li paid to all kinds of re-
I Ng n t
e s have on hand 'a large and well selected
1 FURS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &a.
Remember the name and number;
4, GEIGER &
431 PENN STREET.
BY THE CITY OP READING.
pie nederetnedSomtilig“ igt }Uwe of the
Coporetlon arum uttr or undies. barb; ma
atteortsed to borrow meson of •
GIVE ITV-FIVE TUOUSAND DOLLS.
'fp the_ perpon, of. e th Wolin Wons_ef
uArtit o ty tti n i r t W it t %V;
l i t l i t n et ipt o • !!. • o =1,74:
• • :It I.:
• • • . Co tete on oe.
~ B B PikV 1 1VA' A f tat
Prtiaung &bits •netrl
Webotet's Academie, 010, Ed.)
Webser's MA School (Roy. Ed.)
IYebetet'r Cotumou 6d 001,
Wobstor t airtuilli Mot.
Worcester's Compretteuelve Diet!diary.
Adler's German and &OA Dictionary.
°abbot'lager's Pronouncing Dorman Dictionary.
For exile at the
831 Penn Street, near r ourtb.
GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT§
Wareroom, ,00ruer Fifth and Wanidagto
atreota, . .' ~
49 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
?MS UNDERSIGNED REIPEOTItit 'kr iN •
vita publio sittention to th e r MAW sttielt qt
rst-clauis 11'1.041 nor and constailiky, op MA I
rid made to Order o suit onstomers:'
Among qther ar toles, owlet attention IS lit•
vited to their upsurparred
ERTENSION TABLES, .
DINING ROOM CHAIRS,
CENTRE AND OTHER TABLES,
BEDSTEADS OF TILE LATEST STYLES,
and every other article in their flap of b du '
Every article is manufactured br.tuesio v 1
their admirably raned npukutactOrY, N th •
meet perfect mac hi ner y, and.sll,llllti goo oto
and dashed In au unsurpassed suantliir. , ,
Also prepared to °teed° all order. for
TURNING, ' ' ' '
All orders promptly executed. and warranted tAI
dive satisfaction. await.'
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
668 Ann Hired) Readiii g , Pa.'
1.8 OONSTAITPLY ON RAND TIT VI4IIBT
Assortrcent of nine ana Hear) , 800 sad ohm
t is olty, also Ladles' and enflames nolo( au
di!. Hoe list of styles and prices I ~.;
sn 0 calf boats, noise made, 40 ''lo
" ki p "
• 400 to 600
" toff balmorals, - 250 400
kip Brogans, 200 1
" Congress gapers, 76 a
Glove kid Cong ress gaiters, 400 6
Bill' iln" 0, • 200' 3
alnorals„ 160 2
Yo . atbs' kip boots, 1 76
Polish hal- 1 25 1 'l l
Women's glove kid h igh orch, 10 4IR
W p f men's hiding bhrh Polhill balnipralc2 B
. g oat patent leather tip, 2 8
?' Kid slippers, pi
Ulises' goat patent leather tip bat- 1 175
i tsorals, 160 240
CD ildren goat patent leather tip bal.
'morale. , 126 140
'sprit 24e0dl - ,
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'WM 111EADIPIO VIBE INOVRAVICICAIiti
TRUST COIIII'ANT OW SERIIU43O.
Office Readhig Ineurance Banding, N 0.19 /firth
area, E. Cbrner at (burl sired.
Olnao hours from 8 A. tr. to 8 r. U.
Pringle_ Jones. Junes MoKnlglit,
lienrz. Z. Yon Reed. knob Shaffner.
Ji T. Jackson. s. tout. •
Jonas Shelter, 1 W. Arekrattoe,
This Company insures ail kinds of 140000
gainst loss or damage by Arent rates as low atm?
other reliable Company and UNA VIM Plao known
to Stook Insuranon CompanieS. • , •• '
kersietulPolkdas hosed: ttquiring not JIM
Plea toll. IP iohtne amount cif premiuM
DO remains at any'. time, Nu a deduotio 0 iWk
per nett, - he **cantatas tif• this na• are
rottby of the attention of fanners and otha t ts imr•
smi , ffilirciasi dweiling houses, boos an ,othsr
inidigge, in town or colintrY: 00 blinlitlif le ilP "
tatand safest. ' - - ' •• , s
Policies for one, two, three, eve or more/004 r
(Oriel. than one year , failed and n 9 !bogs ni •
for Voiley and survey whi to:0019d or*** •
suranOes Are Unlatched from' Other tom . • 4
The eitisena of Readinjg d vininiti3O • '
dept dent . meanly _Moon fore eoF
1 1 ' 0
now t 0 Plage oretrot Met ott . to
home nstite on, well minim, i MI 0114
paid •n' an gguantaid .en .. .
strong a buts ofseenrity l tut ui 0 0 •' • , •
Pan,. The advantage Or dam . . 1
with the Compen knd the tope , ', 110 1 ;„
tome portion of the large 'pp! p 0
in oiroubittou S 6 I
No me l 4
A u DO D.. . • . • gasp
:IA 011 2 a N..,m i sti s .,
o.g. Awoon, s and
T AURIO DREWEItYI
11,4) at he b'4 recently an t ed bli Brernery to a
oo Oriole entente and introits* eteell, pelf!
i l i us department+. arIS is now reectitie:WM
PA f0u4 11 .. 0 1 ' , ,:, / ••• , . , L.-• '
' 4, SUPERIOR MALT LIQUOR%
tilt a Ci e ur i t,ust*O dist4ateak rlo4„o64s4oo
as fo ll ows:: , • , - - @,, --i, i •• •
, •1.. , ~. Allymi OTOMPORThai-i';-).l , >'.'
BeerititiO ,ALIS "AND*LAGgli:Billiti
'' ' ' 1 . ' 111011 C LOYAL ..:- . 1 •,-,
' : N. lI.—A liberal - per ecinegillii *Di bt WO'
Monte abroad. ,
IV9rcepter's school DietLott*.