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THE DAILY EAtiti
PUDLISIIIW liVRRY APTERNitION,
/►T TIN OFBIOR OF TUB READING ADLER
so. 351 PENS STREET.
The MAMBO DAILY NAOMI will be tarnished to
o t ior ibere in the Oily at ?RN °anytime
snail o ubsorlbers at 61611 MT. OT 1,20 q uß n er
— to be paid for Warta ly in adyance. A liberal
s d c edu rc. o nTolpr bv m n a mi sota k ub s* o
M r u e t no rnshoucube
eldressed"RlADlXO DAILY IAOUL
WILLIAM 0. BlTTilin.
JESSE G. HAWLEY.
BUCH & BROTHER,
Have opened a Large and Selected Stock of
At Portico flow,
O NO. 648 PENN STREET,
or Lim O. COLIMAti t Cutter. VII
Their Stock of
NEW FALL GOODS!
Were selected in the City of Now York, and
will be disposed of At prices far be•
low those of any other ea•
tablishinent in the
Gentlemen's Clothing 'nude to order.
Boys' Olotling constantly of hand and
made to ofdor.
The Stook of Furnishing Ooods is decidedly
the boat and most extensive in the
city. Call, see and satisfy
The mere fact of having the services of the cele
brated cutter, Mr..Leirl 0. Coleman, Is sdatolont
guarantee that all garments will be made up in the
best style and latest fashions. Remember
RUCH & BRO.'S
Headquarters of Fashion 1
NO. 548 PENN STREET, READING.
OURIfiDIAN RYTTER 8
GENUINE ' BLOOD PURIFIER,
Jaw under tho name of "FRDTER'S PACK:,
ft " a valuable artlolo; for mile at the "Ballo
7 1 171R . D AND PENN S7S.
D AILY FAST FREICIIIT LINE
BETWEEN READING AND NEW YORK
MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD.
Leaves Reading at 4p. m, rind New York at 5:20
pn. Goods shipped for New York at Reading
night lloude.betato o'olookp. ra_,. or for Read-
Ntt foot of Barclay street, New York, before 4
b'elock•p. in., will be delivered at either rint with
pug\ realtizkent, w_. _y. IIALT, DAY.
i c reight Agent. M. St E. R. R.. oboken.
• E. .1. WIC%
Local Agent, &E. R. R., Reading.
t o r e e iv on hand et this office, which will bo sold
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VOL. 1---No. 267.
D u. LOUIS De DAR= KUHN.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
Ito, 24 4 North Muth Ntreot,Reodlng, Pa.
wiLLIAIK B. SOMENER•
ALDERMAN AND ATTORNEY ArLAw. ,
Office No. ON Court Street, Illeadlug i t
Can be consulted In English and Herman. sr
REMIT' M. KEIM,
ATTORNEY d ?' LAW.
Me, 29 NORTH BIXTII STREET. READING.
Jourt w. BJORN:L. ATTORNNY AT LAW.
()Moo—Loeser Building, (Ist floor, back.) No.
LEO contra street, Pottsville. 113.0 an bo consulted
la the 'Munn la cane. mar 4
LIIRAEL d. DISOKEIR.• ATTORNEY
AND 00 1J NORLLOR AT 'LAW. °Moo: No.
O Court, ESL, (near Aix ,)RIIADINO. Pa. ml 4
GEOftaz Y. Milt, .•
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*ma N o I6I O Court s_yoot, (up Oahe.)
TT M. NAtiLE, •
'(11. S. Pension Surgeon.)
840 Penn Street, Reading , Pa.
Moo hours -12 to 2p. in. 6toB p. tn.
JENNE O. nAmiLzy,
Moe, NO. '4O (second floor,) North Sixth Street.
nearly opposite the Court Nous°, Reading, Pa,
Jan. 28- •
- ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Offtoo, N 0.630 Court street, over the office of John E 4,
Itlobards. Eq. fobd-
WILLIAM 0. /BREWSTER,
(Organist of Firot Reformed Church.)
MOILER OF PIANO FORTE, ORGAN AND
No 22311010 Sixth sink. Reading, Pa.
N. B.—Pianos Thnod. Utine 20-
Dn. E. MOSEIt,
OFFICE-610 Penwlitreet, pending, Pik
Invites tho Publiq to call And oxaminO his new
plan for extracting tooth without pain. AU !oper
ations in the profession neatly oxoouted and
ohnrgoa roaßonnblo, ap2s
DR. 4. HERR,
Office—No 6 North Fifth Mt., Readhig,
(xxxl. DOOR TO P. O'REILLY'S BITOR STOUR.)
- Particular attention paid to outing diseases of
the Mouth and (fume, auoh as Scurvy, Preternatu
ral Growth of Gume,• Alveolar Abscesses, disarm
of the Alveolar proccils, Fissured Palates, and all
diseases to which tho mouth and gums aro Imb
T ooth oxtritotot wir ited inentektop
el material used tk o,l2l•olettion. , , •
°Oleo hours, from'? A. M, to 7 P. M.
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE PEOPLE.-
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST!
REINHOLD & SOHOENER
'No. 41 North Sixth Stroot,
MBE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST ESTAB-
I_ lished a ilrst-class liootand Shoe-making estab
lishment and store at tho above stated plaeo t whore
they aro able to necommodato customers with the
best articles in their lino of business, and at, lower
prices than at any otherplaoo in tho city.
The following list of primes proves all wo say :
, n's calf boots, ' lit 00 and upwards.
Men's kip boots, 83 00
Men's working shoeS, 1 60
Men's French calf Congress gaiters, box toes, 300
Mon's calf Giingyess gaiters. - 2 25
Mon's calf Balinorals, 2 00
Mon's kill Balmoral:1., 1600
Boys' calf Balinorols, 1 G
Boys' kip llottnorals, 1'25
Youths' kip Balinorals, 10( 5 1
Women's lasting high Polish, 2 7
Women's Umgross gaiters to 250
Women's lasting Balmoral:1, 103
Women's Morocco Balmorals. 200
Women's Morocco shoos, 1 05
Women's kid slip porn,
Misses' lasting Polish,l 40
Youths', gaiters from - 15 ets. to 75
Youths' and boys' shoos from 30 ots. to 00
Also, a large stook of notions on hand and for
The above prices are lower than nt any other
similar place of business in the city.
Particular attention is paid to all kinds of re
REINHOLD Sc SMENER, •
NO. 41 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
(SHOTS TIIRL COURT nouale,)
A LBEDYLL CALLAN'S
141 South SpNeutla St., opposite Depot
0111 co in Rending, Pn.
001oes In Philadelphia, 510 Rneo Street. and /32
South 11th Street,
Encouraged by our success in. our now method of
scouring and dyeing, we have resolved to open a
branch office in Reading, and' respectfully call the
attention of the public to our above named estab
Byour process and newly invented machinery,
we are enabled to clean and dye goods in a very
superior manner. Boas to give_ perfect satisfaction.
Wo clean and finish Ladies', Gents' and Child
ren's garmentswithout taking them apart or inju
ring them In the least. whether the colors are
genuine or not.-
Our dyeing done in the vet best manner. and
the goods in all eases finished off in superior style.
Kid 'Oloves..Ostrleh Feathers, &0., cleaned at
short notice. - • . • sept 28 -3mo
BLANK BOOKS Wo have on
hand and for
sale a largo variety of Blank Books which will be
;.)141 cheap. RITTER a co.
READ % PA., MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER - 28, 1868.
RITTER & CO.,
AND WNOLICEIALI DNALIaII IN
PAPER I .,OI7 EVERY DESCRIPTION. PllO.
TOOKAPII ALB M. POCK RT BOOKS. tfo..
No. 951 Penn Street,
R A.DING, PA.
'raving conotar i plotiliW Istria and well
*o'4 • 0
}f ' r J ! • 1. '
ea stook :of MISMLANRoItk i ppO4 AND
BLANK BOORS, PAPER AND STATIONERY,
inch as Writing and Wrapping papors, Envolopos,
Pens, Pencils, Ink, Slates, Copy Books,Piss Books,
&0., which aro bought for Cash and will be sold on
elm as favorabto nathooof any other ham lathe
City—pro respectfully Invite Merchants and others
who dosiro to make purchases hlour lino to favor us
with aeon before purohnsingeisowhere.
Orders by mail promptly and carefully filled.
For isle at the "EAGLE" BOOKSTORE, No
351 Penn Street, near Fourth. Jan. 28
As R 0
ifr FIRST PREMIUM 4
L * . Of a Silver Medal
' BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
4, 17 „.„.. N.. 11. State Agricultural &whir. at
Its Fah u
, holden In Huh, Sept. 20 t left
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Restore* Gray Hair to It Natural Color t pro.
motes the gm of the nab t changes the Aso
Arta to their ori nal organic action eradi
cates Dandrn and Humors t Prevent ,
Iblr filling out t la s superior Dressing.
It contains no Injurious ingredients.
and Is the most popular and reU
article throughout the
*East West, North, anti
J. R. PARRETT & CO.,' Proprietors,
DIANc N. 114
Bold by alf pa n te rr i vr i tur Dealers In
H. BIRCH & BRO.,
Da: A. 4.ggirrt
W. J. TffiERWEORTER,
Agents, Reading, Pa:
Written for the Reading Eagle.
THE PASSING TEAR.
By G. R. WILDIKO.
Weary and sadly the lonely Old Year
Is tottering off from the scene,
Ho sighs as ho catches the Winter's breath ;
lie is moaning and passing off to death ;
From hts home so lately bright and green,
Tho sad Ohl Year.
Ho thinks of hieeouch in:tho leaves of June,
Of friends, tho Months, away,
Of tho loved and lost'-how the stntling,moon.
That shone oti the brow dills daughtir May,
• And his heart wlll.break ns;he parses away,
Tho lonely Old Year.
Iris hair is white, and the:Winter winds
In his silver beard have piled tho snow:
He catches his breath as tho faddy blast
Is whirling the eddies to and fro,
About his feet, as ho steps so slow ,
Where but to death should the old mango?
The poor Old Year,
And ho otos about for a Place / of teat, -
In tho iron earth, on the dreary plain.
Whore aro his frionds—where can hello ?
Where can the old man stop and dio ?
For his bones and heart aro chilled with pain,
Ho never can fool the sun again.
Distracted Old Year.
Oh wind, and rain, and hail, and sleet. '
Come weave for your friend a winding sheet,
Shroud-like and white, and lay him low,
In his dainty shroud of the Winter snow.
And chant a dirge as you pass amain,
You will never goo your friend ably,
The dead Old Year. •
PIIILADRLPRIA, Nov. 20, 1868. -
A 43140AC10 IMODIOAL NON.
Some years ngo,a son of one of the wealth-
Teat and most 'respected citizens of Chicago,
one dayy.'ery suddenly left his home and ev
ery comfort that wealth and the most indul
gent and affectionate parents could procure,
and 'disappeared with-la traireling circus
company. The young man was then nearly
21 years• of am and seemed to bo.prompted
to this strange freak by a pure dislike Own
trol aUda desire to see the world. Years ,
passed away and no tidings wore hoard of
the wanderer,- and the4aVehts, .now ap-
Proichini old age,' had 'begun to give tip"
all lives of ever seeing or hearing of WM
again. About a year ago, a citizen bf
Chicago 'being in Savannah, Georgia,
chanced to ; meet the truant-upoA the street,
and accosted him by name. The young
man, however, denied his identity, but the
gentleman told him that it was needless to
try and deceive him, as he knew him too
well, and finally the wanderer acknowledg
ed his name. Ho soon slipped away, how
ever, and was again lost sight of. The
other day Bailey's Circus Company pitch r ed
their tent iin Chicago, and among the per
formers was the long lost son, who present
ly So i tight his father's house in company
wkle, a very worthy young lady who
had been connected with the establishment,
and Whom ho had married some time ago.
They were welcomedl and made rit once, at
home, and the young inanhns V settled quiet
ly and sensibly dawn after his wanderings,
ami will cheer the declining years of hisaged
• MOTHERB.—BaCh mother is a historian.
She writes not the, history of empires or of
emperors on paper, but she writes her own
history on the imperishable mind of her
child. That tablets and that history ',vitt
main indelible when time shall be mcmore.
This histOry each mother shell moot again,
and read with eternal joy or unutterable
grief in the coming ages of eternity. This
thought should weigh on the mind of every
mother, and render her don* circumspect
and prayerful and faithful in her solemn
work,of training up her children while sus.i
ceptible .and easily impressed. A word; a
look, a frown,. may engrave an impression
on the mind of a child, which no lapse -of
time can; efface or wash out. You walk
along the sea shore when iho tide is out,
and' you form characters, or write words
or names in the smooth white sand, which
is spread out so clear tind beautiful at
your feet, according as your fancy may
dictate ; but the returning tide will in a
raw 'hours -wash out and , efface all you have
written: Not so the lines end Characters
of truth or error with your conduct im•
prints on the' mind of your child. There
you write iinpressions for the everlasting
good ovill of your child which neither . the'
floods nor the stornis of earth can wash out,
nor death's cold fingers erase,' nor the slow
moving ages , ef eternity obliberate. How
careful, then, should each mother be in the
treatment' of her child 1 How prayerful,and
.how serious; and how earnest to write the
eternal truths of God on his mind—those
truths which shall be his guide and teacher
when her voiee . shall be silent in death.
8 ISTAII OEI.
.FLOUT WITII AN ALLIGATOR IN A
The folloiing is an • account of a recent
hard fight between 'a man named llitt and a
seven-Toot alligator, in Texas i Hitt Was at
work in a tan-yard. • Ho went to Work in the
morning as usual, but duiing Oo night nn
alligator had taken possession, and was in
the vat where Hilt left off work the;evening be
fore. On arriving at the yard neict morning,
Hitt entered the vat without discovering the
intruder, took hold of a 81(10 of leather, owl
pulled and tugged, but could not raise it, and
called his son, to assist. Ho had not yet dip
covered the monster lying on the side, near
ly covered With tan ooze. He heard n
splash behind him, and thought. - it Was his
son jumping in. 'Not so, however---theid
ligtor made a lunge, but only caught the
seat - of his breeches. Thinking his son had
missed his grab, he bawled to him: 4 1VItnt
are you pulling at me for? Why don't you.
take hold of the hide?" His son answered :
"Pap, I ain't there."'
Applodorua relates that Theseus ant so long
on, a rock that at length ho grew to it, so
that whey, Hercules tore him away, he left
the nether part of the man behind - him
Mr. Hitt had a narrow escape from a similar
fate. He screwed himself around, minus
tho seat of his breeehos, to see the monster
in battle array, face to face, confined within
the limits of the tan vat. Tho alligator,
as is . knoWn by those acquainted with the
brute,is,"like him who has his qUarreljust,"
doubly armed, being able to knock down a
man or an animal with a blow of his tail as
well na to break bohes with his ponderous
jaws ; but in this case the sides of the vat
interposed and kept the beast from' bringing
its rear into the fight., Hitt struck out with his
fists,lit finding the coat of mail of hisadver.
nary too much for such assaults, leaped upon
his back nod played Kentuck with his thumbs,
bringing something more than the fabled
tears to the Oyes of the crocodile. In the
menntifne the boy had run to the house af
ter Mr.'o. and his' gun, the great hurry
and extitoment, Mr. G. presented his gun,
cocked, at. some huge mass. Hitt, as it
turned l out, was on top, his body and head
eleVatecl about twelve degrees.. Mr. G. was
standing nearly over them in a shooting po•
sition. Hitt saw the danger, but too much
exhausted to speak, disengaged his hands
and elevated them l .when b..fired, killing
thelmirnal. Hitter covereda little from
his exhaustion, and sang out, ','What did you
shoot for? I had him whipped,all to -put;
ting the strings on him."—Exchange,
A Murderer Discovered Twenty.one
Years - After MN Crime.
[From the St. Louts Times attic) 12th.)
Tweuty-ono years since, at the corner of
Third and Green streets, there stood ah old
frame building which was dignified by the
title of "City Hall." Beneath it was a tavern,
where frequently the, lowest characters ro•
sorted. In the latter part of the summer of
1847, a man arrived hero from Nashville,
Tennessee, and after disposing of allegro for
$3OO in gold, stopped in the City Hall saloon
to trent. Ito met with h man who was a
"hail-fellow well met," and a warm no
quaintanceship sprang up between them:
The stranger being desirous of seeing thl;e
city, his new-mado friend volunteered his
services and they started out. When they
reached what was then known as
ham 'pasture, the stranger was sot upon - and
beaten until prostrate, when ho was robbed
of his $3OO in gold, with which his kind and
obliging friend escaped. The injured man
was found a short time afterward
. by the side of a pond„ and, medical
assistance was rendered, but without.'
avail, for three days.fafterward ho died.—
Every effort was made to discover the as
sassin, but to no effect. TWenty-oneyears
have passed away, carrying with them every .
trace of the•criminal, and burying the crime
itself in forgetfulness. The felon thought no
eye was upon his foul deed„ and has since
moved in society here unmelpsted, and ap..
pnrently without remorse.. or fear of expos.
are. In tlie same pasture Aere ho murder.'
ed the stranger two givis were plucking ber.
ries, and witnessed the whole transaction,
though themselves unseen. Alarmed at the
sight, they hastened. home, but said nothing
about it. One of them afterwards married.
a prosperous Main street dry goods rner 7
chant, and now lives in affluence; but the
other was destinedito experience the darker
shades of life, and fell an early victim to the
huh of man. She now is an habitue of a bag
stir) on Clark avenue. The murderer is i
mato on one of our largo river paekets,and,
having given offence to one of the femaled
referred to',lshe has. ilivtilged :his secret,
which-threatens oven at this late day, so did
ant from tbkhour i witerithe crime wes cum;
to bring him to justice and a merited
THREEENNO PER 00 "
TEN OUTS pra WEEK
allittiettaluts ifs *41044 26 bitid 0 tholt 14
lelanala eatltia' tho a* possible, tap dly ittoroadolt ,oltoulattott oorottots us to gt to
Press about 2 p.
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DAILY liAOO 0404 bibOkftl4 *4 by 4 hmoot, i
blo rtiln% ass Dailildttro Itvi tlty oo Ow 1 , ," A
of the viltite .T. Tht agate W 111124 Publish ea 1 Z 6, '
lose se tiestrea by tut Onlraiktv• •
Write only on Into 44(4 o o poor , and ag Ow Ao
ly as poulble, without flour s ok, •
Suosonintas whotoil rooolyo HAMA rik I.
lady, wilt confer aMT by looi x not leo of ti to
office. where °mop aints of trfaularitv n 1
!Monona' dolvory yak ho promptly Attowleit
Counnspounsurs shOulit raokotheirtotuninni ,
Lions short awl to tho point. Our swims is too lit .‘
nod for YOl7 long atilotos.'
TRAVELRRB I GUIDE.
Tux followint tabte show* the thus on which I
Passenger trains, on tho different Railroads, an •
and depart irons this city; •
Reading Acootn., all way stations 700. a.
lixprem, principal stati o ns 10:33 . "
Way and Market- all stations 11;30'
Nxpres.+. principal stations 4:lxt
Way and Mall, all stations '
Ashland, Tamaqua, dm., and 11'. Hat Mai .a, 1,,.
Pottsville and all way stations. ':i4l
Pottsvillo, Ashland, Tamaqua. 640 "
NON ItAlantintiNo AND TIIR waAv.
Cypress, Lebanon, Harrisburg and west, WO
Accont„ Harrisburg and nll way stations 7:15 "
iltall,liarrisburg mid principal stations, HMS
Fast. .obnnon . l Harrisburg and Mc west. l:to P. W.
Way, Harrisburg and till wny stations—, 11V) "
Hs pros, Lob., Harrisburg and the west,
. - 10;10
A 11 It' v>, from Harrisburg at4:49. 7:06.10:2.5 a. in. ma
4:10, t:2.\, I1:10 p. in.
FOR NNW Tent
And_ininolpal way Ftations 4:44 n. m.
Foil No w York and prinolpalway Oat lone '1:00 '
or. " and lilt way.titat lons ...... —10 : 30 ..
For " • 4":40 p. m.
rot .; t. .1 4;;,`,0 it. 1:,.,
Fut ." andwlnuipal way alien& 11:10 ''
AIOOVR from Now York at 1:00, 9;00a. in. and 1:to.
0:00,10:10 n. 1n.... •
R EADING. AND COLUMBIA R. R.
ON AND AFTER
WEDNINDAy, 91:1,TENI 186;(,
Passongor Trains will run on this Roaa, a a
Ler) Lancaster and Columbia nt '
- 8 tlt) A. M.
_ Lancaster 3 OOP, M.
" Cohunbia , :t 01 P., M .
Arrlvo at Rending
~ GI ' ' /01 ' .0 A '.\ I .
-:-. 6AtP. M.
Loma footling at
, 44 ,
Arrive at Lancaster 1120'A M.
Columbia tit "
" Columbia and Lancaster at 8 341 P. M,
Trains hos. 2 and A make oloso connootioo at
'Wading with Trains North and south, nn Pittitt.
and Reading_ Railroad, and Weston Lebanon Val -
ley Road. No 2 nlso makes eloso connection with
Tai for Now )fork, - •
Tie Tickets onto to obtained nt the °Mew; of the
Now ersey Contra Itniltond, foot of Liberty St .,.
Now York, and Philn and Rending Railroad, 1.1111 -
and Callowhill Sts,
Through Tickets to Now York and Plitleitel ph
sold at all the Principal Stations, and Ibagpngn
Trains are run by P. & it. R. Time, which is lit
minutes (aster than haunt. R. R, Time.
(MO. F. 0/10E,
E. F. KRIM , Gong Frt, and Tiokot gt. of ly
Philadelphia & Reading Railroad,
• ltmAnitt_ i _a Annual' Gru
QUItIMER ARRANOEMEN7 01? PASSENO
1.1 TRAINS, August 3, 1853.
Five Trainsdown to Philadelphia, passing Refill
lag at 730, 10 35 and 11 30 a. in,, and 4 25 and ti a I
Up to Pottsville, at 10 40 a. in., and 550 and Gist
7Vnitts Weat to Lebanon and Harrisbaro:
r l ent Express from Now York, at 1 19 n, to.
an 34 and 10 10 p, In.
arrisburg Accomtnodation Train at 715,a. in.,
and mail trains nt 10 45 a. in. and 0 Oft p. In:
On Sundays, the down trnins.4tass Rea g din at
040 a. m. and 425 pon„ and up trains at 10 1 - )0 a.
m i _andsb7 p, m.
Tho 4 Zi p. th, down, mid 10 50 A. nt. tip truini
tun only botwoon Philadolnhis anti Reading,
up trains lenvo Philadelphia foie Reading, lin r
risburg and Pottsville, nt 7 30 and 818 a, in., 12 •l 5
noon. and 830 it. m, and 515 p. ni., for Road hor
only. The 815 a, m. trains connect with trains tor
Tamarind, Williamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Einem t
Tho 815 a. m. and 3 30 p, In. up trains from Phil
adelphia, and 10 35 a. tn. anti 4 25 p. tn. down train 4
Stop only nt principal stations, below Reading.
Reading Accotniumbition Train: loaves itoml in
at 730 a, xl., returning loaves Ph iladolphin at 5
Pottstown Accomunitlation Train leaves Pm It.
town at 0 45 a. tu., returning loaves Philatiell,l.l.l
at 4 30 p. in.
'rho Western Express Trains connect nt hlarri
bur with express trains on the Pennsylvania H.
R. tot Baltimore, Pittsburgh, anti nil points 11 4 1.`
and the 10 45 mail train connects nt Harrisburg I.lr
Pittsburgh, Lancaster,. Chamborsburs titittlowl
Scranton, Pittston, NY ilitesharre, \v Alianispoo),
Look Haven, Eitnira and the Ctuutdas.
Passenger Trains leave Upper Dopot nt 7 00 a. in.
and 015 p. tu., for Ephrata, Lilts, Lanoabter
Through First-class Coupon tioketa and Emi
grants' Helots at reduced faros, to all the prinels,...l
points in the North West anti the Canade.s.
With 28 coupons, at 25 per cont. diseottlit hotly cen
any points desired.
flood for 2000 miles botwoon all points, nt f)25.59
families and business Arms.
flood for the holder only, for 3,0; 0 and 12 moll .lis,
between all points at reduced fares. School season
tickets at ono-third loss than the above,
Arr. Passengers will take tho Express Trains
west at tho tipper Depot, and another trains tit tin
Lower or Old Depot.
100 pounds of baggage allowed each passenger.
Passengers are requested to purchase their Holt cia
before entering the cars, as higher fares are ehava -
ed if paid in the ears.
, Excursion Tickets good for one day, by 730 a, tn.,
Accommodation Train to Philndelpitinand relit; n .
at 112 05 each.
O. A. NICOT,LfI, fien'l.
r t PORTA NT NOTICE!!
' (100 D \MT. COMPANY,
OF A I.I,F.,NTOWN PA., '
WouM hereby announco to the citizens of [tending
that, owing to a considorablg number of tickets rt. -
mining unsold us well as coupons unrclorned.
they are compelled W. postpono the drawing tint it
tho 42d of December. Tickets can im had, for a
short time, of H. D. Meehan!, Agent, Plough um'
Harrow hotel, and at fitrickland Bro.
L YONS lIIOTICTie
W:11. ARTMAN, Proprietor.
Ono of the he houses outside of the largo cilia/.
hi)ocated on tho line of the East rennsylvaiii
Railroad, about midw between Reading and Ai
lentown. All trains etweon New York ant) thn
West, as well as nil w y trains, stop at Lyons, Root
immediately in front of the Lyons hotel.
%Wit-Everything in and about the hotel is tingnr
passed. A lint rate Livery fitable is also leept in
connection With the Hotel. 61)21-
11E1 , 41.1110 . S
, AND FLOORING.,
TUTS PAVEMENT AND FLOORING IS NOW
.1. acknowledged 'to be the best in use. It
comes hard and firm Immediately, Is dry, durabl...
and Impervious to water; and notaffected by either
brat or cold.
AR orders promptly attended to, and the vforlC
guaranteed to lIIVO satisfaction. APO, to
D. O. HELLER,
June 18- No, 27, South FOurth St.
m 0 Mini • WANTED. • • , I -
• MONEY WANTED! •
BY TICE CITY OF READING.
The undersigned, committee on Finance of tho
Corporation o f the City of Reading, having bcon
authorised to borrow tho sum of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND D,OLLS.
for the purpose of enlarging the Water Works of
the said city, h_ereby give notice that they are pre
pared to issue Certificates of [aeon; bearing, AIX tier
cent. interest, to parties desiring to loan money t,
the city. Apply to either of the undersigned, or is
William Ileideireleb, Erg, City Treasurer.
• FREK; LAVER,
DANIP A I4
DANIEL 81 1 011 N,
7 0 0 AN • M.
11 Mil'. M.