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—Somayears since, says the Boston,Trav•
eller, an accident occurred on a railroad near
Boston, and the second-class car rolled down
an embankment, 'rho railroad officials, as
soon as possible, hastened after it, expecting
to find the occupants dead or wounded. Af
ter some difficulty they succeeded in opening
and discovered a man leaning • up
againstthe casing. With signs of agitation
he asked one of them, "Cuff I come out
now, sir?" evidently tinder the impression'
that the rolling over and over wan part of the
programme. He Wits extricated, and ran
away as though a sheriff was in pursuit.
—John E. Latta, Esq., n member of the
bar, and for some time u solicitor of the tax
office, died in Philadelphia, on Tuesday.—
He wai formerly a merchant, and Wolfe
time was chief clerk in the Philadelphia
Vast Offleo. Mr. Latta' was in his fifty
- Grant is impartial in his distri
bution of favors in New York. He dines
with Pierrepont, Wm. Democrat ; breakfasts
with Donley., Republican, and dines - again
with Hoffman, Democrat, at a dinner given
in honor of Evarts, Johnson Rept!:fican.
—A finely-dressed individual has been
swindling a number of the jewelers of New
ark, by calling at their places and asking to
see plain gold rings. Upon leaving, the
jovrefers find thnt,gold-plated rings have been
substituted for the real article.
—A bear at Ludlow, N. 8., who had been
feedin? heartily on mutton, imprudently laid
down In tho field with a sheep for a pillow
and wont to sleep, when the indignant farmer
shot him dead. was a big fellow, weigh.
lag 4,00, poundst ,
—Some patient little children at North
Barnsterid, N. H., have made a skein of,
apparently white silk from that most
airy of fabrics, the spider's web. it is
strong enough to sustain several - pounds'
—Tho milkcommittee of the joint Con
gressional committee, now investigating rev •
enuo frauds in New York, have discovered
that not more than one•half of the whiskey
manufactured pays a tax.
—A pool man, with a wife and four chil
dren starving, recently stole atmcket of coal
in London. Ho was seized, tried and sen
tenced to two months' imprisonment. His
wife fainted in court.
--Tho runners of most of the banks in
New York have wallets attached by a chain
to their wrists, so that robbers who wish to
take the wallet have to overcome or take
the man too.
--J oe Coburn, the pug ilist, sailed ler
enlifornin on . Monday. OrEtuldwin wante d
to go, but couldn't, tbo authorities of Masa
nchußetts having it little hueiness with him
--A married lady of St. Louis is preparing
a formal application for the office of Post
master—or Postmistress—of the city. A pe
tition in - her favor is receiving ninny signa
—A Minnesota paper says The fall of
1861 must bo lon4 remembered by everybody
nn the only fall in tho recollection of the
oldest inhabitant, when ho had no Indian
—tho original of that
name, iH police court reporter for Brick
Ponteroy's paper. His reports in OW Tribune,
some years ago, gave him a wide reputation.
—There is nu eagle's net in a tree on the
Mime of the littlawatitukung Luke, Mts.,
tvhieh has continued !hero (`Vvr 8 . 1111. e the
country wits Visited by Willie 'nun,
—Skeletons have been found in nu Illinois
country inn ; rubbery uu►l ►nurder for
long series of years are susl►ect((l, ohd tl►o
innkeeper I►na been lammed for it.
—foliceinnn 11i11 tvas shot and wounded
in the shit) on Monthly night, in Philadel
phia, by a gang of inen who had been pre-
Nionnly honing hint.
It seem, that the Louisville Journal ( li.l
discharge George It. Prentice, hat it
such a clamor that they were only too glad
to empfoy limo again.
—A colored glyl, having a-desire to be in
the faihion, itupkired at a Flemington, Now
'Jersey store, for "three yardtr or Grecian
—Latooreaox, a "11 ('took" Ilan•
Willi 001111 and in New ()d ea n s ,
Proces3iontll tlitAtppointtnent led to 1.11i3 re•
--The first coins of any metal issued by
the United States wercethfce hundred tons
of copper cents, coined at New llitven, jn
—Three more roughs have been taken
from jail and hanged by a vigilance commit
tee, at Bear River City, near Omaha. •
—The famous horso DoxtOr, on Fashion
Course, one day last week, trotted a halt
tulle in the brief time of 1 min, 6 sec. ,
—The country below Richmond, and even
within n few mile's of the city, is said to be
unusually full of foxes,
— , A bill tins passel' the Vermont legisht
tore giving the body or an executed criminal
to any regular medical school.
—The editor of the Edinburgh Daily Re
view recently died in his chair, while writing
an article for his newspaper.
—The catch of herring in Massachusetts
Bay, this season, hatl irever before been
—The Fall River, (Mn 5.9.,) Times has
—The Mormons are orenizing societies
- for silk culture.
• =Trine° Arthur is to be info° an artille.
—General Graitt is forty•nix yeas of age.
—Pickens bus lost hi last brother.
Jur! re:eivell the EAGLE I.IOOICSTOItE, a
full 11m. of books ih ose iu the Public Schools in
this city, which will ho roll nt the very lowest
prices. would be to the advantage of hueh who
are in want of hooks to ascertain OUT before
purelrii•ing tleewhere. Vie have •
Woollbury'fi Now Method, with Herman,l3
IJ , Uumposition Buoke.
Flvtlite Frvnch Coum,
knee Gra-m In at,
Itay':l A la elga.
tioodrich's U. S. Ilivtory,
- 1 •
' Pons anti 131'enholtlorg.
;Slates and llSlate Pencils,
A iithon'gfl Virgil.
Dull ion'sx / Ciwar,
E Woodburlialornent Vary normannontlorE
ParkerfSe:Watson's:Serios:of School Books,
Crittonden'e. Iniokkeeping, with netts of BlaTik^
Ponnock's ntory of England, thoeco, and Romo
Intermediate and Primary Geographies
r , . , '
;y ~ ~~,.
I ! lia% eju l rocii well I ruin
o Pitiladelpit in. anti NVW
i; . Y Orli Mal 1(04 ilk! il lICSt
.' , assortmont of
' WA i 41,-PAPEiIS '
ever offered fur ;olio in
titig eit y, Call nnti eee
! , them tit their Mew D'M
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PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
Contnining the principal
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT
851 Penn Strept.i
DENS AND PEN HOLDERS. A lame var
ety et - different tnake3,•for rale at 'the 'Baste'
1301101/14 moons I I
W HERE TO GET , IT I
717 cti 72.1 fain Street, Reading,
IN ALL STYLES AND MATERIALS.
The largest assortment In the city to select from.
and pric'es much lower than any other house. A
call troni persons in want of any article of furniture
from the most expensive down, is solicited.
CAItPETINGS, M.A.I"fINGS AND
- A full stook always atiow advances on cost.
liD.Calt and see. JACOB R. RITTER,
febl9 117 St 721 Penn-st.
MCGowan & Miltimore,
W A R 1) WARE,
CUT 41,71. 1 -, 017 S,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
TIN PLATYS, IRON,
SADDLERY, &c., 11;e., kn., &c.
PENN STREET, READING,
KRYDER & CO.,
I/ R R. 4T(EVER'S
Celebrated Tonic Herb Bitters.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also Soto Agents for Mt LElni UNRIVALLED RTR
No. 121 North Third Stroot,
For sale at the Englo Bookstore.
PEACOCK dc ORM,
Corner Second and Franklin Streets,
nave constantly on hand and 801 l at reasonable
LUMP, BROKEN, EGO, & STOVE COAL, NUT
CHESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS COAL,
HICKORY and OAK WOOD,
LIME AND SAND. KINDLING WOOD BY THE
ire- We dolivoi free of oxtra charge to any part o
_A --- __
n A. GIIIEBDMER'S
Extensive Grain Warehouse
Now ready for
FARMERS AND CONSIGNORS,
Who may wish to Moro (train, ke. Storage and
ommaithoon ronsomtblo. Alto), a superior nook of
FLOUR AND FEED, Ace.,
Foreale WllOlOlllO atul retail, atlower pricentimu
ein be Putellaseti else;% hero. Also, a euperiorlot of
Buckwheat Meal, and Potatoes.
0 Mee, N 0.105 North El Ighth- p cl t. Roa Ing,Pa.
T AKE NOIICEI
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AN
141 1G I+ I ,IZ & 131 Z. 0
431 PENN STIt (:ET,
We have Jest reciivrA it sPledidliP /4 , 10: of Ilio
niaive goods, whieli are now VIICiId at the tollow
hat low times:
]Hen's calf bonlB,
" hip 1m0t, , ,
" French calf Congre4s gailerl, :i (K
" working shoes, e xtra heavy, $2 00 to '2 IA
" calf balmorals, sewed, 400
112.y5, ~- ~ 1 f)l)
kip ~, e I 50 t o 1 65
\Yarnell's fi s ti n g , high Polish, 2 OU
.. . _ .
" lasting bnlmorals (best),
Women's Morocco bnlmorals, Polish,
Misses' lasting Polish,
iVomen's kid slippers,
glove kid, Polish, high heel
balmorals, 3,2 to 3 25
Thailmve prices aro as low as any other similar
place of bus.inesq in the city.
Particular attontion is prat° all kinds of re
We also have on band a largo and well selected
FURS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &d.
Itemember tho nano and number,
GEIGER tit.; Rno.,
4SI PENN STREET.
NEW . WINE HOUSE,
No. 062 PENN STREET,
OSCAR R, CHRIST,
Dealer in all kinds of Domestic 'Wines of the bes
LAGER BEER, ALE, &o.
INKt INKtt INII. ? I
Just received a large lot of ;
LAUGHLIN & BUSIIFIELD'S
C‘brateil Chemical Writing Fluid,
in Quart s Pint and smaller bottles.
Foredo cheap. at the EAGLE BOOK STORE.
Tho oldest (.Irnittn Newspaper .published In the
.`: i EBTABLIMIND IN 1797.1
Circulation over Five Thousand!
a rho "Reading Adler" is the best advertising mo
dium for the German Districts in Pastern Pennsyl
yanin,.having a circulation of over fivo thousand
copies. Iteontnins tßonty-eight largo columns 's)
advertisomonta and enrefullyseleeted rending mat-
tor, Tho Adlor is thoroughly Democratic in prin
endeayoring to inculcate the sound Politico ,
doctrines of our forefathers, ns laid down by Joffor
eon and Jackson.
TRICE ONLY $1 GO A YEAR.
Published every Tuesday morning, by
V ISITINO CARDS,
of all kinds, maybe had at tho EAGLE Mike
Electrotypes ftAistted if desired
All carda will be l done in the moat beautiful man
ner, and at tho lowest rates. Apply at the Eagle
D R. EUGENE SMENING'S
CELEBRATED SWEDISH ' BITTERS
Caro with certainty all chronic derangements of
the Liver Stomach and Kidneys. is the most Pow`
erful Tonic of the Digestive, Muscular and Ner
vous SysteM and the most Reliable preservative
against, all kinds of Fever, Dysentery, and Infec
tious Diseases, especially against Cholera, Typhoid
_and Yellow Fever. • Price 75 cents a bottle. Six
for $4. For sale at the "Eagle" Bookstore.
• RITTER & C 0. ,,
351 Penn Street.
I , /
ItITIT,it & CO.,
No. 351 Ponn Street.
WEDDING CARDS, &e.,
MI ipEL L AiEOUS.
ARNIVAL AND DEPARTDNE Dr
• UTAGEU AND MAILS; •
EEAMSTOWN MAIL AND STAGN LINE'
Extended to trolon tation—lacoves • Reading at
S 3. tu„tii-offokly, 'rooftop. ittursdey and Satur
dor. Returns same daps and arrives at 'ill, in.
It ierves do following rims 1 1 04 011106:
o tiougloysvtilo. Adamstown. Sciavratts
BOY ERTOW N MAIL AND STAGE LINE
Leaves Thiyeriown at 0 'o'clock. a. m., Arrives
at Reading It 10 o'clock, a. M. Rettllllll4, leaves
Heading at' ~ j p. in. Arrives at Bayertoivn - at 7
p in. It serves Stonersrille, 'Bruinfieltlville,
(ireAvillo, Yellow House, Earlvillo rani Boyers
BEizzatrimi mitt', AND STAONIINN
Leaves Bethel at 3n. m.,arrives at
Reading at 10 o'clock,' a. ut. Returnig, leaves
Rending at 2 o'clock, p t in., arrives at Millersburg
at 9p. in. It servealienlb:lollB, riVV(Vr Berm Bern
ville, Rehrersburg, Bethel, Tulpohoceon and
Ileisters Milts. • - -6
lAA MAIL AND STAGE LINE
Leaves Reading on Monday, Wednesday and PH-
day at 8 o'elock, a; tn.. Returning,. leaves blue
Ball on Tuesday, Thursday anti trtaturday, ar
riving at Rending at 4!i i o'clock, p. m. It supplies •'
51ohn's Store. Knauer s, Boithartaville, Muddy
Cinch, Terre Bill. W env eri_tt Mill anti limo Bail, -
I'IQUA MAIL AND STAOis lANK
Leaves Reading on Monday, Wednesday and s
Friday at 7 o'clock, a. tn. Atirtivcs at Reading on
TtleFttriy, Thursday and Saturday at 11 o'clock,
F. I t supplies Mt- Penn, Beekersville, Joanna
urneo, Morgantown, Talbotvillo, Honey Brooke,
Cambridge and South Hermitage.
LOB ACHSV LLK STADE.' AND MAIL LINH - -
heaves Lobachsville on Tuesday, Thursday and
Faturday at I; o, cluck, a. in. Arrives tit Reading at
o'clock, a. tu. ltotatuing. Loaves heading at
o'elock, p. in. Arrives nt Lobachsvilte al
o'clock. p. tu. It serves Alitace,Oley, and Lobachs
REA DI NO TO commigA
4)ally Itailt:tta— Leaves Reading nt 11p. tn.
Arrives at 10:30a.m. Suppliesrritstor,lteinholds
Station, Stevens, L
Ephrata, Millway Luiz, Man
hchu,Sport lug Dili, andisville and S Ivor Springs.
W ESTCDESTER TO BIRDSBORO
Tri-weekly by titage—Leaves Westchester] on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at '7 a. In. Ar
rives at Birdsboro 'at 7p. m, Returning, leaves
Birdsboro on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at
7I 11 a. in. Supplies Oeiger's Mills, Blue Rook, Lear,
Wallace, weltland, Lionville and West Whi e
REAPING TO ROBESON
Semi-weekly by Stage—Leaves Reading on Taes
day and Saturday at 7:10 a. tn. and arrives at Read
ing at 11 a. tn.
REANR64O 110 ST
Semi-weekly bit titagd,—Ligives Reading /Tues
day and Saturday at 11:30 a ht. Arrivbs at Rend
ing at 9:30 m. Supplies Addam's Tavern Lower
Ileidelberg, North Heidelberg, Krick's Mills and
VEESPORT TO NORA,I
Tri-weekly by titago—Leaves Leesport TuesdnY.
Thursday and Saturday at 12 in. Arrtves at Lees
port itt s p. in. Supplies South bilinsville and
COXTOWN TO VIROINSVI I LLB
Tri-weekly by Stolle—Leaves Coxtown Tuesday.
Thursday and liturany at n. in. Arrives at Cox
town at 4p. in. Supplies Kirbyvillo. Moselem and
RERSIIIIIIO TO STOUCIISBMI . O
Tri-weekly by Stage—Lenves ItehrersburgTues
day. Thursday and Saturday ntll a. m. Arrives nt
Rehrersburg ntu p. in. Supplies Witgersvillo and
El :AWING MAILS.
Now York—Closes at 10 A. 11. and 10 P.V.
111 Arrives at 1lt• .! M. and 2 P. H.
I'hiltulel ',lila—Arrives at 10:30 A.. I/. 11116 6 P. N.
CIOSOI4 at 10 A. IL and 4P. if. •
Ilarrisiturg—Arrives at 10:30 A. M. and 4:30 P. It.
Closes nt 10 A. M. and 5:30 P. Il•
Pottsville—Arrives at 10:30 A. M. and 4:30 P. It.
Closes at 10 A. it. and 30 P. 11.
AbLENTOWN ANL) KARtfiN,
Arrives at 2:00 Y. M. I Closet. at10:00 A. M
REA lISTOWN--011 oo Onto a week.
Arrives at 7:00 P. s t. I Closes at 8:00 A. II
Arrives nt10;00 A.M. I ' • CIO -at 2:00 r. u.
Arrives nt 10:00 A. M. j CiO es at 2:30 r. it.
" Lon tcitsvlLLK—titreo times week,
Arrives at 9:30 A. It.. I--, ..• CI tse at 2:3 P.-. 11;
. riQuA— throe times 9. w k, '
Arrives nt 7:00 r. M. I ' Ch les nt 5:00 A.l/.
itI.UF. BALL—three times a week,
Arrives at 4;30 r. at. l' Close at 8:00 A. M.
lIVADATAIRIIO-twice a week,
Arrives at 0:00 A. M. I Close at 11:30 A. U.
nonEsoN—twtoo a week,
Arrives at 11:00 A. u. I ' 0/08011t 7:30 A. 1111
N. T. GIMO,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
653 Penn Strce-t, Reading, Pa.
111 AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE VINEST
I assortment of I e awl Heavy Boots and Shoes
in this city, also Ladies' and Children's Shoes of all
kiwis. Sec list of styles and.prives
lilcit's calf boots, home wade, ell 25 .
II SI .1 5 50
II ki n ii 400 to 5 00
" calf balmorahl, 250 400
" kip - 200 50
" " Brogans, 200 250
" CongreFe gaiters, 275 410
" Move kid (Jong' Lws gaiters, 4 110, 500
Boys' kip hoots, 200 300
' " bahnorals, 1 4 50 225
Youths' hi!) 'mole. ' 175 250
" Itlincral4. 125 ' 1 75
Women's glove kid high Polish hal
morals, 350 400
Women'sllvting high Pol ish I,ahnorals, 200 ,3 50
" goat lotion( leather tip " 200 325
" liid slippers, 100 175
Misses' goat patent leather tip bal. ,
morals, 150 290
Children's goat patent leather tip bal
. morals, 125 100
A p .N. M T. 10,
trtl 310/01 G Pen M n S
rritiC MEAoi NO VIRE I NECCOANCE AND
I yitilltka COMPANY OF ILIERIiN CO.
, I .
unoANizro JULY, igq. CAPITA]. ZMIAMAIU.
(Vico Reading InNtrnurr llioilding4 l N 0.19 Nor(
/Vat htred, 8. 1,. Cornerof (nLrt street.
, Office hours from BA.u.to 8 p. tr:
.1. ingle .Jones, .littnex McKnight,
Homy Z. Van Reed, ,fitilobShnatier,
J. T. Jackson, , I). B. Stout,
JonaQ Shatter, .1. T. Valentino. .
Thin Company, inrurcs all kinds of property
ntninrtic or damage byfireatrjtes aslowas any
other reliable comp!' Hy and upontvery plan known
to Stook Lieu► aneo Companies.
Perpetual Policies Wiled regnirinfr no renewal
and mum which tho amount of prommm paid can
he reclaimed at any time, lees n deduction of five
per 'er.t. The advantages of obi method are
worthy of the attention of farmers and others hay•
ing first-eilys dwelling honey, barns and other
buildings, in town Gr country, ns being the cheap•
Poiicies for one, two, three, five or more years, or
for les4 than one year, issued and no charge made
for Policy and survey when renewed or when in-
EOMIICCR are transferred from other companies.
The :citizens of Reading and vicinity, hitherto
dependent mainly upon foreign companies, have
now the privilege of effecting their insurances in a
home institution, well organized, with an adequate
paid in find guaranteed capital, presenting as
strong a basis of security ns that of any other com
pany. The advantage of doing business directly
,with the Company and the importance of keeping
Some portion of the large sums paid for insurances,
In circulation at. home, will be ameciated by all.
J, PRINGLE JONES, President,
;TAMES MoICNItiIIT, Vico President,
o-ANCWiA, See'y and Tress, fiunol-
LENHART & GRETII,
MAOHINIBTO, BRASS FOUNDERS,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Machinists' and Manufacturers' Supplies'
No. 627 AND 629 FRANFI;IN STRUT.
lan22- READING. PA.)
LAUERM BREWERY 1
The sobseriberreepeetfully announeesto the pub*
lie that ho Asocently enlarged his Brewery to a
considerable extent, "and introduced steam , power
in all departments, and is TIQW ready 1,0 supply_
all domande fot
SUPERIOR MALT LIQUORS,
Por home and •distant consumption. Ills stock of
!daft Liquors, warranted to keep in all climates. it
BROWN STOUT, PORTER.
BOTTLING ALIT, AND LAGER BEER
• FREWK LAUER. .
N.B.—A liberal percentage will be allowed
Agents abroad. • Jan. 113•
Webster'ls Academie, (Rev. LJJ
Viobsteer lifigh Bchool t (Rey, Ed.)
~.±... Webster's Common School,
Webttee6Prilllatf, (Alt Et
Heide' 116111611 D . lott nary.
Woreoster's Comprehonsivo Dlctionity,
Wormier% School Motional
Adler's German and English IMotlonary,
Ochlechinger's Pronouncing Uctman Dictiongq;
For rale at the
SH Penn Street, sear Fourth.
IiVrMING'S INNYOUND ARN101), I,lllllllart
.he !Subscriber bege leave to °ilth° attention
of tho_publ le to this now and Vatuftb# WPM'S ion
of ARNIOA, combined with certain *getable •
tracts; as unsurpassed for ita Retain and Cur n
propertlesin all those externaloonsplairdsletlia WI
Liniments aro.used,such as
C►ts, Bruises, Chafes, Gans, Bheti i r' latim
Gaut, Nervous & Inflammatory Pains,
Neuralgia, headache, Pains in
side, Back or Joints,
In all such commit may bo we'd with a. certainty
of relief. It is good, to fact, In all thosoComplainti
whore an external application is required, for Man
or 'least, and the subscriber can consolentioutly„
recommend it as one of the beat Linlmontsoftho
Price 26 Conte per Bottle,
For Bale at the "RAOLR" DOORSTOP%
RITTER & 00.
EAGLE' BOOK STORE,
No. SU Penn Street,
Can be had
THE NEW GOLDEN OrIAIM
TEE NEW QOLDEN WAIN.
TIIFI SABBATH_S.CIIO,OL BELL,
i ~ 's
THE SABBATH. SCHOOL BELL,
Together with avartety of abet Singing Boos'
for gehoole, , may 7tf