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THE DAILY EAGLE
PIIDLIMIRD EVERY Arnititoom
AT TUX 00100 OP TAO ItRADING ADLER.
No. 351 PEVIII.STRiIIiT.
The RNADIXO DAILY NAOMI will be tarnish,*
gburibe re in the el yat flit 011Yre tall WIRE. 0
est( subscribers at, year, or $1.25 a quarter
'3O be paid for Inv ty itt adieus. A fibernl
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40r/dicta will be in OP clubs p ten ortgoreob
ialbere. To preyent ammo', at letters should he
iiirosod "RVADIIIO DAILY MOLY"'
WErallikat O. MITTRIB.
.. imam O. 31.A.WIMT. •
BUCH & BROTHER,
Here opened a Large and Selected Stock of
At Portico Row,
?/0. 549 PENN STREET,
job lasi G. COLIMAN, Cutter. 'WI
Their Stook of
NEW FALL GOODS!
\Yore selected in the City of New York, and
will be disposed of at prices far bo.
low those of any other es•.
tablifihrnent hi the
Gentlemen's Clothing made to order.
Boys' Clothing constantly on hand and
made to order.
The Stook of Furnishing Goods is decidedly
the beat and most extensive in the
city. Call, see and satisfy
The mere fact of haling the services of the cele
brated cutter, Mr. Levi ICI; ColemanOssuffielent
suarantee that all garments will be made up In the
bat style and latest fashione. Remember
BUGH &- BRO.,'S
Headquarters of Fashion
NO. 548 PENN STREET, READING.
Knwn under the name of "PRIAM'S PACK
PEN" a valuable article; (orate at the "Eagle"
tiookstore. • % 11Z15-
PAWED AND PENN S 2 S.:
D AILY FAST FREIGHT LINE
BETWEEN READING AND NEW YORK
MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD.
Loaves Reading at 4 p. nt, and Neir — York at 5:20
r. Goode shipped for New York at Reading
eight Home before 3 o'olookp. ta, o r for Read
it at foot of B odo street, New York, before 4
o clock in. , will be delivmd at either rolnt with
out nob pmenk W. P. HALLTD a V
Genii refight Agent, Id. AB. IL R.. Hoboken.
B. J. RAUCH,
eept 3-33 nos
• Local Agent , & B. R. R., Reading.
131 j A.N. BOOKS hand on
hand and tor
"le var eV of Blank Books which will
sold chop. arrsit h W.
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D R. LOUIS De *AKIO SUISIST.
OFFICE AND •,RIqIDENOV,
So. U 44 North Sloth Street, Remling, PR.
WILLIAM 11. 1501103!NEN,
ALDNRMANtAND ATTORNRY AT LAW,
()glee No. 515 Court !Revel, 'Resoling..
Can be consulted In Englleh and Grum.
.NRY M. hElff,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
01;0,49 NORTH SIXTH RTRERT, RHADING.
COHN W. DIOILIBTatATTORNEY AT LAW.
011lee-rLosser Bandit:lMM - floor. back.) No,
cent street, Pottsville. lilLgan be consulted
in the t trona (an e. mar!
u 11114011E11111 5 ATTORNRY
AND COUNpon AT LAW. °Meet If?.
oouirkSt., Mar BIithAtIADIXO. PA. MK
GEORGE V. RAZE,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
()rigout No. MO Court lifted. (up ditto.) •
IT N. NA M,
:w. S. Ponslon Surgeon.)
840 Poun Street. Reading. ra.
Office hours-12 to 2p. m. 6toB p. m...
JESSE O. HAWLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wee. No. 40 (second door,) North Sixth Street,
nearly opposite the Court 11000, Reading; Pa..
L OUIS RICHARDS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlec N 0.530 Court, street, over the office of John B.
Richards. Esq.. feb6-
"/LUAU 0 : DREWSTEII,
(Organist qf Pirst Reformed Chnrch.)
TRAMP, OF PIANO FORTE, °ROAN AND
No. 223 North Sixth street Reading, Ps,
N. B.—Pianos Tuned. (June 20-
Du . E .
-.S_U-RiG EON DENTIST,
onrioz-In9 Penn Elitroet, Reading, I.
Invites the nubile to call and examine his new
plan for ektfacting teellit without pain. All oiler
ations in the profession neatly executed and
charges reasonable, • . • 'ROA
D u. A. lIERR e
D B T
Office—No 0 Smith: Fjfth St., Headlll%,
(NUT DOOR TO P. o'agfr.Ly's aIIOR ATOM)
Particular attention paid to auring_diseases of
the Mouth and Gums, such as Scurvy. Preternatu
ral Growth of Gums, Alveolar Abscesses, disease
of the Alveolarproooss. Fissured Palates, and all
diseases to which the - mouth and gums are sub-.
Tooth extracted without pain, and inserted on
all material used by the Profession,_
Oleo hours, from? A. M. to 7 P. M.
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR Tlll PEOPLE.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST!
fiEINHOLD & SOHOENER
No. 41 North Sixth -Street, 1
rIPIIE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST ESTAB-
I lishod a Bret-class Boot and Shoe-making estab
lishment anti store at the abovo stated place where
they are able to accommodate customers with the
best articles in their line of business, and nt lower
prices than at any other place in the city.
Tho following list of prices proves all we say:
Mon's calf boots, $1 00 and upwards.
Men's kip boots, --- - • i 3 00
_working shoes, 1 60
Men's French calf Congress gaiters, box toes, 300
Men's calf thilerestt gaiters, ' 225
Men's calf Balmorals, 200
Men's kip Balmorals, • . 180
Boys' calf Balmorals, 1 60
Boy's' kip Bahnorals, 7 125
Youths' kip BalmoralS, 100
Women's lasting high Polish, ' 276
Women's am gross gaiterti, to 250
Women's lasting Balmorals, • 190
Women's Morocco Balmorals, • 200
Women Morocco shoes, 1 05
Women's kid slippers, 65
Misses' lasting Polish, 145
Youths' gaiters from 15 cts. to 75
Youths' and boys' shoes from 30 cts, to 90
Also, a large-stock of notions on hand and, for
Thb above prices aro loWer than at any other
similar plaoo of business in the city.
Particular attention Is paid to all kinds of re
• REINHOLD & SCITIENER )
NO. 41 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
(ABMXIIR COURT ROM.)
A LDFIDYILL & CALM'S
141 Bonin Seventh St., opposite Depot.
Office in Readin#,Pa.
Ornees in Philadelphia. 610 Race Street. and 132
South 11th Street,
Encouraged by our suocesi in our new method of
scouring and dyeing, we have resolved to open a
branch office in Beading. and respectfully call the
attention of the public to our above named estab
By our process and newly invented niaehine,
we aro enabled to clean and dye_goods in a very
su_pprior manner, so as to give_ perfect satisfastion.
We clean and finish Ladies'. dents' and Child
ren's garments without taking then) apart or inju
ring them in the least, whether the colors are
genuine or net, • •
Our dyeing Is done in the very best manner, and
the goodein all mutes finished or in superior style.
Kd Gloves , ' Ostrich Feathers, &0., cicala a t
short notice. . - sept 28-3 mo
NEVirSPA.PERS A huge lot ot
pers, on • end at t ie ofUe, which wUL be told
so FOR' TEG GOOD TEAT LADIES ASSISTA/Wha I YOll VUE V s iIIiONG I TIIAT DEEDS RBSISTAOOIS•
Immo, PA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1868.
For the Cure of Tatter. Itch. Bel% Rheum,
Ilesdatob Int l a lleaatingWonar.P/vAlPles.Blotats•
Defects la the Elk, Barbers' Itch , Ulcers. Chronic
arbipeltus of the Face, !tr. For sale at the
BITTER & 00.,
AVID WHOLIBAGN DIMINO IN
PAPER .OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, PII0•
TOORAPH ALBUMS. POOKET BOOKS, to.,
No. 361 Penn Street,
Having constantly on hand a largo and well select-
ad stook 'of MISCELLANEOUS, 801700 L AND
BLANK BOOKS, PAPER AND STATIONERY,
much as Writing and Wrapping papers, Envelopes,
Pens, Pencils, Ink, Slates, Copy Books,Pass Books,
Are., wtioli are bought for Cash and will be sold on
torma as favorable as those of any otherhouno In the
City—we respectfully Invite liferchante and others
who desire to make purchases la outline to favor 111
with anti beforo pured [wing ellowhore.
Orders by mail promptly, and cegreully filled.
301 IN FOLEY'S
For sale at the "BAGLE"II3OOICBTOF.E. No
351 Penn Street. near Fourth. Jan. 28;
roue PAVEMENT AND FLOORING IS I NOW
j. ftoknowledged to be the belt Ili use. It be
comes bard and firm toimediotokYLio ilortible.
and impervious to water. and notaiteetea brother
heat or cold. ;
All orders -prompt!? attended to. and the Work
goilbulto.o to give satisfaction, Appl
Jape 18- No. 27,10ut Fourth Ot.
CARPETS! 041tPETB l 1 .
B. U. 'KAREL:EY & CO., •..
- No. 118 Plum street, Mow Ranklin, between
• Sixth and Sereitth streets,
Respectfitlly inform the oltisens of Beading and
vicinity. that they are manufacturing the very best
Ingrain, all-wool (impel,, ever offered in this citY.
Latest patterns and color/. Wholesale and retail
at New York prices.
We invite the public. to examine our goods before
Aurehaslo elsewhere. andsave 25 per cent, Buy
out of first hand/ and save money
oct 111-Imo B. 11. m & fiKragy &
K RYDER, & CO.,
Celebrated Tenio Herb *Bitters,
, WINES AND LIQUORS !
vi co s o . f i 34 Agents for BAILIT'S UNIITTALIMD Rim
No. 121 North Third &teat, •
Por sale at the Eagle Bookstore.
LET FACTS' BE KNOWN
FAR d 'AND WIDE!
That - Ito bast Dino to buy
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Formon and boys, °rot thorn . made to order, In the,
place popularized by good goods, lino styles and
low prices, and patronized by iuitnense throngs of
people, to whom
JAMESON & CO.,
CORNER sirm AND PENN STREETS,
HOUSEHOLD WORD-S i
TUB well-known that wo.rnake up nothing but
what is igood, that our largo business has been
built up by always haying the handsomest styles
and tho best fitting garments; and , this, coupled
with moderato prices, has been, and is still, the
secret why so many people buy at our estabilib
ment Wo sell only what wo can recommend and
each customer, therefore, has the satisfaction of
knowing-ho can depend on the article ho buys.
Wo and enabled to buy cheap, and therefore, sell
cheap. Call and see
ootl3-Im. JAMESON &CO.
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS.
No. 242 Penn St., Reading
The undersigned respectfully Invites public
attention to his newly invented Heater, named
KEYSTONE: HEATER 1 !
4ST HEATER EVER INTRODUCED.
It burns less coal, makes more heat, takes upless
room, and gives hotter Satisfaction than any simi
lar invention over introduced to the public.
The advantage of this superior heating appara
tus will be fully explained by the Proprietor, who
guarantees that he will be able to satisfy all who
give him a call that it is superior to anyone inven
ted. The advantages are so manifold, And so
easily comprehended. that it needs only to be seen
to convince the most skeptical. In proof of this
ho respectfully refers the public, by permission to
the folicling named persons who are now using
those Heaters: •
Or . MRS. J. STRVENSON,
(1. L. McKim ijitm. it pa.,
Cf. A. Nfnuoas, Ilxriiev toitilsox,
Joint M'Kmattp, - JOSHUA KRRLY,
REUIRRN ADAMS, Wu. lIRRTRRL.
JACOB KAUFFMAN, Blandon.
Orphans' Home, Vlumeisdorf.
Ile also invites special attention to the
Which is a late Improved, Superior Range for
walling in, and for which ho is the Solo Agent, in
t s city. This Range can be seen in 'operatim i t
e Iron City Rail, No, 428 Penn street; at Peter
High's, Franklin street above Fourth, and at other
Particular attention paid to
TIN ROOFING AND SPOUTING.'
Plastic Slate Roofing,
lie employs none but skillful Mechanics—all
orders promptly executed, and warranted tollie
satisfaction. WM. BRIDEGAM,
may 22 No. 2eit Penn Bt.
G llyillAT REDUCTION IN Elfiltil..:—Lndlies
- should call at the
clonal Fur Store,
o. 841 Penn street,
tree doors below
rhero they wilt find
well selected stock
' FURS, which will
sold at small pro.
A varietof fancy
!ways on hand.
to order, altered
PEACOCK & °RTE.
Corner Second and Rank/in Streets,
Have constantly on Mind and sell at reasonable
LUMP, BROKEN, EGG, & STOVE COAL, NUT'
CHESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS COAL,
HICKORY and OAK WOOD,
LIME AND SAND. KINDLING WOOD BY THE
We deliver free of extt&cbarge to anyt ot
the city. Peab2ilr
N . W WINE - HOUSE,
No. 852 PENN STREET,
OSCAR R. CHRIST,
Dealer In all Mile of Doinestle Wines of the Nest
LAGER BtEit, ALB, my.
sr) 24- .
ISM OEII Pfl OOPT
TEN OWN PE WE EE
Writ fcatho Dolly Nagle.
ON THE. DEATH OP A 1110111 KR.
CY C. A C.
Yes, there I hope; she breathes wore free
her eyes aro bright lind clear;
Oar PriYers Wore heard by our Father above .
To spare our mother dear.
Last night, as she slept, her chances looked few
Her brow was heated and red:
Her face that In health smiled on us with Joy,
TheWchanged to the smile of the Dead. '
Wo stood by thO bod in childish suspens'o,
Awaiting the change that was nigh,
It came in the shape oI a move of her lips,
,1; It came as a gift from on high,'
Our hearts, that worn faintithen fluttered with
We thanked our Creator above, •
Who spared us a mother When balanced by death,
Who spared her to echo our love,
slut alas, vain hope l you aro built like a dream,
A moment may ruin your form,
tou madden the Pain by deceiving the thought,
As the "calm Were the stCrtit."
The move of that lip, Was the &rapid° with deathl
The laurel was easily won,
As she turned herself witlither Maker above,
In his regions beyond the
Norgunan, 12, 1869..
BORIC CANNIBALISM IN ALOICRIA.
A fearful case of Cannibalisni hadjust
come to light in Algeria. • 01:;Ben • Nriebr
recently had a cow Btolon frolic his flidd,,and .
suspicion having fallen on an 47:rab name
Ben Aissa,search was made on his preraises
Nothing of the missing animal was f
er, found; but on looking into a buslhalittle
distance from the hem, a basket full of
pieces of, meta was 'discovered. The Wife
of Ben Aissa immediately litammered out
that they wore the ionmins of a donkey
which her lutsbanj bad killed - the preceding
night. But sho ItEntn long persist in this,
story, for on the pasha! being turned tapsy-'
tervy; a number of feet and hands tumbled
out! Three heads, which had been singed,
wore next discovered in the same spot! Tho
remains having been collected togother,they
were immediately recognit.ed by Ben Naeer
and-his companions as those of a woman
named Ben Youssef and her two children.—
The clothes of the victims were next found
hidden in the same bush Anal° further off.
Fatima Ben - Aissa,. being pressed to give
some explanation of the affairmade the fol-,
lowingvterrible confesSion "My children
and I had net eaten anything for several
days; when the twin brothers Mohammed
Ben Ali and Kadeur Ben Ali Came - to us to
propose that wo should kill and eat tivehil
dren of Fatima lion'Youssef, aged six and
eight Years.We agreed, and forthwith put
our project into execution in a ravine situat
ed a Short distance from where I lived. Tho
mother coming near the spot at the, moment,
when wo were strangling the ohjldron,wo de
cided to kill her also from fear of being de
nounced. The three MOrders consummated,
wo cut the bodies up. The twin brothers I
ilmve already named, took a part and left
us the remainder—the heads, feet' and
liana being comprised in our portion. Ati
sisted by my children, I forthwhith took the
part - allotted me home. I baited a part,
which, we ate, and put the rest aside in or.
der not to exhaust ail our provisions in ono
day. I also flayed the three heads and put
them where they have just been found."
All parties concerned in this horrible 'affair
have been arrested. As usual in such eases,
they each deny being the actual murflerer,
and endeavor to throw the blame on any
body's shoulders but their own.
TUE ANTIQUITY Or lAUNPOWDR.
There is a passage in Junius Cortina which
appears to indicate that Alexander the Great
did meet with firearms hi India that were
discharged by means of a composition com
posed of nitre and sulphur. In the Gontoo
Code we find a prohibition of the use of fire•
arms, or "arms shooting fire."
Gunpowder was certainly known in •China
as well as Bindoostan, far beyond ail periods
of investigation. The word firearms is liter
ally in the sanskrit, a weapon of fire. They
describe the first species.of it to have been
a kind of dart or arrow, tipped with fire, and
discharged upon the enemy from a bamboo.
Cannon, in the same language, i is palled
"the weapon that kills an hundred men." It
is certainly well ascertained that the inhabi
tants of India at a very early period knew
how to apply the saltpetre, and sulphur vi
vum„'with which their plains abound, to the
purpose of war, and formed out of them a
composition, which,if not actual gunpowder,
was of such a nature as to give bodies a pro
jectilemotion. In "The Sketches of the
Wedeln," Themistius is cited to prove that
many centuries before the European disco,.
ery of gunpowder, "the Indian Brahmins 6n.
countered one another with thunder and
lightning, launched from an eminence, and
AIM when attacked by their Onemies they did
not leave their walls to fight i hetn,but darted
upon them missile weapons, in noise and of
feet resembling lightning find thunder."—
—At Memphis, Tenn., on Tuesday, J.
Stokes and J.Cunningham went to the house
ofOwen Reilly, near the corner of Winches
ter and Main streets, and attempted to whip
Mrs..Reilly_for remarks made about Stokes'
mother. Mr. Reilly resisted, when a fight
ensued, during which he was shot in the
back and groin,• and is , probably mortally
wounded. Stokes and G`unningbaut were
arrested and committed. • .
Modita, st Use
The Perla correspondent ' of tho ten Arin
riikies Bays t. "111 digging out the founds•
deli* for some new. buitdings,in the:Place do
la Birditle;:eitutitO'at*lte.,entrance of the
Butt &int Antoine, genie toteresting dis.eor.
'cries have-been liesilve blocks 'of
solid masonry hare been come .upon, which
no doubt belonged to the. ancient fortress
which stood on this site, the first .stone of
which was laid by Hughes Ambriot, Provo%
of Paris, on the 2210 f Apii 18' Q. Origin•
ally, the Bastille Saint Antoine had but two
towers, but two others were soon .atlerward
Added; and tho'edifico was still flutter en
larged in the reigns of Charles VI .and
ry 11. This Wank., which was raised for
the purpose.of protecting, the capital froni
the attacks .of- the Bourguignena and the
English, afterward Berra the purpose of a
State, prison: Henry iV deposited there tbr
safety.the.reyal treasury; and ShIlY tells ua
in his Menibirs that about the year 1610 the
king had stowed away in, the vaults, of the
building £15,878,000 in coin, besides .ClO,-
000,000 put aside es a saving fund, Some
passages, steps, and cells, almost 'perfect,
have been met with; and, among Other re•
mains of the past ages ti rifled , eannon has
turned up, which sholis that the boasted
invention of modern iirilea is not new, but
dates some five centuries back. 'Theprogroa
of tho.,excavations, which are 'constantly
bringing some interesting objects to light, is
watched with great curiosity by the F 9
who, daily 'surround the place in
A SAD STORY.—mho following accident ro
eently took plaeo very close to Koseiuskoei
grave, rd 'lttehwyl, in the ':Swiss canton
Solouro t A Swisa hl46r, by , the nntne ,
Bednaiky, scarcely 'Bo4earif. old, who had,
fought bravely in 16 . battles, had arrived at
Zuchwyl, to pay homage, to the greatliero
Poland at his humble grave in the Swiss vit
lage churchyard, While some Swiss Willa
try soldiers were firing at a target, ho took o
walk to the banks :of the Aar, taking MI
little eighteen-months old son with him, Al
though ho was between two and three thou
sand yards from the infantrymou,one of tho
ballots fired by them pierced his heart natl
killed him on the spot. Whoa ho did noli
return two houri after, his wife,,whe hat
awaited .him at the village_hOol, grow un
easy, and went in so arch of him'. She found
his corpse; the lift o child slept peneoftilty ,
on his father's breast. The .distress tho
poor widow excited the greatest compassion
, THE; Trenton Gazette says: "The lust Buy ,
vivorof the party of young ladies who strew
od floweiii in the path of Washington; ha
pelted through this city, in 1780, on his way
to New York to aasumo the Ptesidency, is
Mrs. Sarah Hand, dow nearly op years of
age, and; i 'resident, of Cape May County, and /
notwithstkinding her advanced • age, iy atilt
vigorous and in good health. On Suipillyq
June 14, she walked to church at Cape Mny
Court House and back to her residence, a
distance of half a Mile. 'rho neemint of dm
beautiful and tasteful ceremony in
Mrs. Hand took part has been so often pub
lished that wo need not repeat it here in de•
tall. A triumphal arch, supported on . thir
teen pillars, was erected on the bridge ever
the Asanpink (tho Green street bridge),. Vali
tho inscription: 'The defender of the dangli
terii,iand as Washington passed under the ai ch
the matrons and maidens strewed the 'here's
way with flowers,' The same triumphal nreh
was erected on the reception of G6ierat
..A YOK*ollAtif A (Japritl)PaPer says that
on July 26 there was an .elbeti l on there o i
munkipal officers, viz: alnunieipal.conueil,
consisting of three of the lending merchant i
generally ) and a municipal directoi, on
officer who is a hind of half Inayor and
street inspector. He in elected every year
by all the registered citizens of the treaty
powers. He receives a salary of s3,rioo a
year in gold, and,a house free, and is second
in authority to the Governor of Kanagawa,
who is generally 4 Daitnio of consideral4
rank. The clioice on the date 'above' teen.
tioned fell upon a Boston nian—Vdiverd
Sewall Benson, son of the lrit6 Colono John
Benson. \Mayor Benson• has boon for sever •
al years past a resident of Chinn and Japan.
NEW STEAM ENOINE.-A , steam engine
has been invented by Ileajamin ,Fraultlin j
of Westmoreland county, which floes away
with the cylinder principal altogether, and
also. with Piston, crank, steam-chest, oil
cans, &c. The principle of action on which
it depends is that of centrifugal ,foree l
whence its name the centrifugal hteum
gine. It is declared by competent practical
engineers superior in every way to nll other
engines, and therefore portends a complete
revolution in the ndaptation of steam to. 'all
the purposes of life, the . Mechanism being
much more - simple and economical, while
its economy of work is a marked considera-
A GENTLIWAN of Cleveland, ohio, ins la
med n circular asking aid to assist the -Indi
ans in making their own'brankehi, ' This
gentleman has traveled among the Indians,
and has noticed their love for bright 0°1°1%4,
and their desire to bo taug to w,e4vevi
hand-looms. He asserts th t when I,tho In.
dian women adopt such employment the
men will see the utility of,wool•growing,
which will then become — their occupati4,ll
among the'valleys and mountains of the thr
West. Through such industrial pursuits tho
Indians,it is belioved,can be induced to sup.
ply the wool needed by the marifactaiTes.
hr is alirevalent but mistaken idea in the
Eastern States, that there are'but row fiicto
'ries in the West. • The fact is, that the cities
and villages of the. West aro teeming with
busy workshops. Forinstane?, df the cities,
St. Louis has over 800 factories and produ
ces nearly $60,000,000 worth or - goods twn
ally, and of tho villages, Moline, 111„among
other things, makes 60,000 plows _of various
kinds a year, and has $120,000 invested in
shops where a log enters one end of the
building and emerges from the other in the
shape of tubs, pails, and churns. • • ,