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—The newly enfranchised of Macon
turned grit in foreo on election day.—
"Whitt's your name?" •Bpid a judge‘to ono
of these Intelligent' voters :" "Barley," ho
replied, tateiving . n row of Ivory steer."
"Bet„what's your other name?" "Dot's
Barley. too." . "Haven't you got •but one
name?" "Yes, but da tole me yaid gib dat
name to anoder nigger, and I was to bob
—Rufus B. Anderson, a young man, was
recently hung in Nevada. The knot slipped
twice, and he fell to the ground each time ;
the last time he was insensible. The excited
crowd were kept back by the guard, and he
was seated in a chair and swung, off the third
time, when ho soon expired.
—A New Orleans darkey, not versed in
natural hsitory, attempted to pick up the
severed head of a snapping turtle whose body
had dishppeared in soup some hours pro•
vious, when the still living head quietly ,bit
off one of the freedintin's lingers.
—The friends of the robbers of the Nor
way (Me.) liank threaten to burn and pil
lage the village of Norway if the robber
now in Thomaston, Me., is not released.
The people are considerably alarmed at
—A Baltimore clergyman said recently
that he would adviso every young - upin at
the outset of his career : First, to 12ee a.good
Christian ; •second; to insure his Bee; and
third, to get a good wife. Then he will be'
—A colored nurse, aged fifteen years, has
been discharged from service in a family in
West Cheater, 9n. suspicion of having fed a
eild of six months on pins, buttons, pieces
o coal, itc., which nehrly killed the child.
—Mark Twain writes that Mr. Greeley
once hired out us a writing-master, but the
enterprise failed. his first copy was "Vir
tue is its own reward," and they got it
"Washing with soap is wholly absurd."
—A young girl was arrested at Jamaica, L.
1., on !Friday, on the suspicion of baring
caused many of the incendiary tires in that
vicinity within a short time past. S11(1 con
fesses to having set two barns on lire.
—A Wisconsin coroner has decided, in
the case of a man run over while attempting
to get on a railway train, that ho came to his
death by l'wilfut and wanton exposure to
unnecessary danger and peril."
—Foreign papera state that three men were
arrested in Lohdon,whilo engaged in making
false letters of credit upon nearly every
p_rominent city in the world, including New
York, Beiton and Philadelphia,
--_-The salt business at Syracuse,t N. Y.,
now,' as throughout the _season, is very active.
The manufacture has_alremly reached 8,000,-
000 . bushels, nearly 1,225 . ,000 more than las
year. The demand ill brisk.
—The Supreme Court 'of California has
compelled a man to pay his wife $2300 upon
a promissory note given previous to their
marriage. Tho question of law involved in
the case was a new one.
—The property of Colonel A. IC. McClure,
near Chambersburg, has been sold for the
sum of $45,000, and is to be converted into
a female seminary under the auspices of the
—A family left Buffalo fora weelt recently,
their house remaining in charge of n servant
girl, who gavo h succession of balls, at
which she appeared in her mistress' dresses
—The Camden and Amboy,llailrond Com•
puny are building an iron steamer to ferry
passengers across the Delaware. It will be
one hundred and sixty feet in length.
--William Sydney Mount,tt popular Amer
lean artist, died:at c Setauket. 1., on Nov•
ember 10th, in the sixty-third year of Ida
--The now suspension bridge nt Niagara
falls kis expected Will lie completed early in
December. It l u ►s a single span of 1264
—lndians in Omaha wear parr collars
fastenetl with a shoestring, because they haw
no garment *t9 which to button them.
—A two•horgc wagon loud of arm have
been distributed among the negroei on the
04oechee road, near Savannah, Ca.
—A thief in Indianapolis 'was last week
caught in the rather heavy hnsiness of steal.
ing fivo thousand pounds of iron. -
--A baby in Massachusetts is blessed with
soven living grent•groat•great aunts, who
take turns at nursing it.
—The new Insane Asylum in Penneylva
nia is to be built at Denville, and is to ac
commodatod GOO patients.
—ln tho Clinton of Oberwaid, Snitzei
land, there is a law prohibiting persons in
der 18 from smoking.
—The shipthent of apples from the in
terior of Now York,it is sa►d,is nearly closed
for the season. , \
--One of the editors of the Chicago
Soros's has betrayed her principles by
—An aged citizen of Troy, N. Y., died
there last week whilst reading the ,Bible in
—A lovo-siek youth in Brynntville,
Houri, shot his sweetheart dead for unrequit
ing his love,
,—rite Mourn with Brigham Young. Ho
has lost n wife, and is ono•seyentpilith of a
bridge .is contemplated across the
Mississippi at liannibal l Missouri. .
Michigan workman had his, hands
planed off in a pinning mill.
—A Maino Ninpred has killed five bears
.--There aro 224 cadets nt West Point.
Just received at the EAOLE BOOKSTORE, a
full line of books in use iu the Public Schools in
this city which will be sold at the very lowest
prices. t would ho to the advantage of such who
are in want of books to ascertain our prices before
purchasing elsewhere. We have
QWoodburfe Now Method, with Oerutin,B
k".l Composition Books,. •
Poguelle's French Count',
kj • s • lionnrceetle's Mensuration,
11 . Parker's Philmphys
(loodrielea IT. )4. Jlletory,
Pons and JJ Penholder&
Slates andeiglate Potions,
EWoodburValementjr nry GormanneadorE
Parkore,4:Wateon'il:Serlo3:of School Books,
Crittenden's ; Bookkeeping, with Both; of Blink
Pennock's ilietory of England, Greece, and Rome
Mitch°Pa Tritortnediato and Primary Gaographiet
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT
3M Penn Street.
'DENS AND PEN HOLDERS. A large var
J. sty of different makes, for P ala the 'Eagle'
fIoHOOL BOOKR t t
W,iiiiitg: ITO: GET IT I.?,
717 Qs 721 /'inn Strut, Rt(tdirtgy
V. NI T 1.3111
IN ALL BTTL%S AND 11A?gRiAta.
The largest assortment in the eity to seleot trout;
and prices much loner than any other beta% A
call from parsons lb went of any article of furniture
from tho most expensive down. is solicited.
CARPETINGS, MATTINOS AND
A full stook always at low advances on cost.
im.Call and sea. - JACOB R. RITTER.
febl9 717 & 721 Penn-st
McGowan & Miltimore,
HOUSE FURNIARING 0001X8
TIN PLATES, SHEET IRON,
SADDLERY, &a., &A, &A, he.
PENN MEET, READING, PA.
K' ED R & CO"
Celebrated Toni° . Herb Bitters.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Ai.. Solo Agents for BAILEY-% UNRIVALLED RYu
No. 121 North Third Stroot,
For sale at tho Eagle Bookstore.
Corner Second and Prank/in Streets,
have condantly on hand and flail at reasonable
LUMP. BROKEN. 800. & STOVE COAL, NUT
CHESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS COAL,
HICKORY and OAK WOOD ,
LIME AND SAND. KINDLING WOOD BY THE
th int' We deliver free of extra charge to any va b rt of
ri A. GRIESEIMEirki
Extensive Grain Warehouse,
Now ready for
FARMERS AND CONSIGNORS, •
commission re a s onable.ton store r e st o i , n , a & l3
u o i) .
e gt o o r ra t r o r
FLOUR AND FEED, Am,
Forsalo wholesale and rotall, ntlowor pricesthan
can be purchasod elsewhere. Also, a superiorlot of
Buokwheat Meal, and Potatoes.
Office, N 0.105 North Elpth.l3t.Roiding t ra.
TAKE NOTICE I ,
1300 TS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND
EIGER & BRO.,
431 PENN STREET,
We have jug( received a splendid stock of the
above goods, which are now offered at the follow
ing low Prices:.
Men's calf boot , s,
,' Pronoh calf Congress gaiters, 300
" working shoes, extra heavy, $2 00 to 260
" calf balmarala, sewed, ' ' 400
kip ... $1 50 toll 65
Women's lasting, high Polish,
Congress gaiters, 1 60
•lasting balmorals (best). 3
Ladies' balmorals, - 1 00
gaiters T - 1 00
Women's ISloFoceo balmorals, Polish,
Misses' lasting Polish,
Women's ki o d v s e l lime,
. balmora ls, • 52 05 to 3 25
The above prices are as low as any othet similar
place of business in tilt city.
Particular attention is paid to all kinds of re
We also have on hand a large and well selected
FURS : TRUNKS,. VALISES, &o.
Remember the mime and number.
431 PENN STREET.
NEW WINE HOUSE,
No. 652 PENN EPPREET,
OSCAR R, CHRIST,
Dealer in all kinds of Domestics Wines of the best
LA.GER, BEER,. ALE, &c.
Celebrated Chemioal Writing Fluid,
For sale cheap, at the FACILE BOOK STOW?.
The oldest German Newspaper published in the
ine"Reading Adler" is the best advertising me
dfnm for the German 'Astride In Eastern Penney
vault', having a circulation of over Ave thousand
copies. It contains twonty•eight largo column!, o
advertleementh and carefully solocted raading ma
ter,' The Adler is thoroughly tiontoeritio in grin
elple, endeavoring to inculcate the soiled politica
doctrines ofour forefathers, as leiddovin by Jeffer-
son and Jaokioni
Published ovary Tuesday morning, by
"BUSINESS CARDS,. •
WEDDING CARDS, AT.;
of all kinds, may be had at the BAUR office.
Electrotypes furnished lt desired,
All oudswill be done hi the most beautiful man. .
ehp?A o at the lowed rates. Apply at the Eagle
DR. EUGENIC 80042 RING'S
CELEBTVITED SWEDISU BITTE,RS
eve with certainty all chronie derangements of
the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, is the most Pow
erful Tonle 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
andlrellow Fever. Price '75 centA a bottle. Biz
for For saleat the 'Eagle" Bookstore
SU Penn Street,
ai i rii:lll:i't:it Wife' v s
t INK t I
Jot tecelychl a lame lot of
LAUGHLIN & BURHPIRLD'S
in Quart, Pint and mailer bottles;
ENTAIMISHND IN 1797,199
Orenlotion over Five Thousand!
PRICE ONLY it GO A YEAR.
RITTF,II. & CO.,
No. 351 Penn Street,
IRIS, IN L ANEbUiI.
(Reviled Nov. 'alb; 1W)
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE or
STAGES AND MAILS.
tuwagrow AtigLANio EMMELINE
Extendeitto Union Station—Leaves Reading at
a. tu t , ttl-meekly, Titc.•?das. Thumlay and Satur
day Returns saute days and mires at 7p. tn. •
It serves the folloviing named Post Offices:
Omura, tiougtergvitte, Adatustorn. Schwarta
BOY ERTOWN MAIL AND STAGE LINE
Leave lloyertown at 0 o'clock, a. ta., Arrives
at Reading at Ili o'clock, a. in. Returning, loaves
Reading at 2;4 p. in, Arrives at Boyertown at 7
p. an. It serves Slonersvillo. Brumfleldville,
ilroshvillo, Yellow 'lousy. Estivate and Boyers
lIIIIINVILLE MAIL AND STAG N LINN
Leaves Bethel at 3 o'clock, a. In., arrives at
Rending at 16 o'clock, a. in. Returning, leaves
Rending at 2 o'cloek, p, in.. arrives at Millersburg
nt p. in. It serves Loinblichs. Lower Bern, &ra
vine. Jtohrersburg, Bethel, Tulpehoccon and
BLUR BALL MAIL AND STAOR LINE
Leaves 'Reading on Monday, Wednesday and Fri ,
day at S o'clock, a. tn , lteturning leaves Blue
Ball on Tuesday, Thursday. and batorday, ar
riving at Reading nt 43 4 o'clock, p. in. It. supplies
Mohn's Store, Knauer s, Bowmansville. Muddy
Creek, Terre Hill, Weaver's Mill and Blue Ball ,
PIQUA MAIL AND STAOR
',caw Reading on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday nt 7 o'clock, n. ro. Anrrives at Reading en
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday . at 5 o'clock,
Fin. It supplies Mt. Penn, Beekersville, Joanna
urnace. Morgantown, Talbotville, Honey Brooke,
Cambridge and South Hermitage.
I.OIIACHSVILLE STAGE AND MAIL TARR
Leaves Lobachsville on Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, a. m. Arrives at Rending at
W i o'clock. a. In. Returning. Leaves Reading at
2 1, o'clock, p, in. ; Arrives nt Lobaelisville at 6
a clock. p. w. It serves Alsace,Oley and Lohnells
READING TO COLUMBIA
Daily by Itailroad—Leives Beading at 1 p.
Arrives at 10:30a:in. •Suppliosrritstown,lteinholds
folation, , Stevens, }:_pbrata, Mill way MON, Man
eitti,Snorting 1101, Landisvillo and Silver Springs.
W Rae ESTRR TO BIRDSBORO.
Tri-wookly by Stago— Loaves Westchester on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 74. in. As.-
rives at Birdsboro at 7p. ra. Returning, leaves
Birdsboro on Tuesday, Thursday bud Saturday at
7a. in. Supplies Geiger's Mills, Blue Rook, LOWee.
Wallace, Uwohland. Lionvlllo and West White
READING TO ROBESON
Semi-weekly by Stage—Leaves Reading on Tues
day and Saturday.at 7:30 a. tn. and arrives at Head
lag at 11 it. m.
REAPING TO HOST
'Semi-weekly by Stage—Leaves Reading Tues
day and Saturday at 1130 a M. Arrives at Read
ing at 0:,10 a. in. Supplies Addam's Tavern Lower
lieldelberg, North Heidelberg. Kriok's Mills and
LEESPORT TO NOR&
Tri-weekly by Stage—Loaves Ledtport Tuesday.
Thursday and baturtlay at tn. Arrives at Lees
port at 3 p. Supplies South Evansville and
COXTOWN TO VIROINSVILLE,
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves Coxtown Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 9a. in. Arrives at Cox-,:
ton at 4p. w. Supplies Eirbyville.Mosolom and
It - BiIitiMSBURO STO_IIcIISBIJRQ
Trl-weekly by Stago—Leaves nob rorsburg Tues.
day. Thursday and Saturday atll a. m. Arrives at
ehrersburg at 6 p. in. • Bupplios Wintorsville and
Host. P,P D ING. MAILS.
Now York—Closes at 10 A, u, and 10 P. M.
Arrives at 1 A. 11.
Philadelphia—Atrives at 10:30 A. u. and 0 r. Y.
Closes at 10 A. IL and 4P. M. •
llarrisburii—Atrives at 10:30 A. M. and 4 1 30 P. M.
Closes at 10 A. U. and 5:30 P. N.
Pottsville—Arrives at 10:30 A. N. 0nd.4:30 p. u.
0108014 at 10 A. and 5:30 P. u.
ALLENTOWN AND EASTON,
ClOBOll/100:00 Ai It.
\ Arrives at 2;00P. N.
EXAMWTOWN—th irCO times a week.
Arriv,es at 7:00 r. Closes at 8:00 A - . IL
Arrives at10;00A. u. . I Closes at 2:00 r. u.
Arrives at MOO A. CIOBOS rit. 2:20 P. u.
LousensvibLE-riltret) times a week,
Arrives at 4):: - 40 , /.. ' I • Clotwat PO/.
PIQUA - 01re° times a week,
Arrives nt 7:00 P. M. 1 ClO9Ol Ilt TOO A. U.
ItIMF. BALL—throe thues a week,
Arrives at 4;30 P. lf. I. . CIOIT at 8:00 A. u.
. .. .
rwtoEhnEoq--twice a week,
Arrives at 9:00 A. H. I Close at 11:DO A. IL
, aneesoN—tWiee a week,
Arrives at MOO A. U. I CJOAOnt 7:30 A. 11111
N. T. GI4MO,_
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
653 Penn Street, Reading f Pa.
TjAB CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE FINEST
Jliamor tuient of Vine nnd }levy llootanndl3hees
In this city, also Ladles' and Children's Shoes of all
kinds. Sob list of styles nod Prices:"
enif boots, home made, • efi 25
~ /I -
" ki p i .. 400 to 500
" calf Itimorals, 250 400
" kip_ 200 50
" " Brogans, ` 200 250
" Congress gaiters, •2. ~ r 2 75 450
v .," . (1 10 ,Vii kid Congress gaiters, 400 600
/Joys' k ip "mots, ' I 200 ,3 00
" _. balmorals, .1 150 225
Youths' hip boots, 175 2 fit)
.. " ',almonds, . 125 175
Womon's glove kid high Polish hut- -
-morals, •3 50 400
Womep'slastinghigli Polish balmotals, 200 350
" goat patent leather tip " 200 325
.. Kid slippers, 100 175
Misses' goat patent loather tip bal.
Morals 150 2 1 40
Childran s s goat patent loathor tip bal- 1 '
morals, _ 125 1190
N. T. (IBM.
april 2irtll 053 Ponn Street.
rpHE RIEADINCI FIRE INSIIIIANCE AND
I TRIIST COMPANY OF DEltliNl'O‘
°ROAN - lUD JULY, 1867.
Office Reading hootroore lheildino. No.lo North
Fifth hired. N. E. Orner it! awl Aired.
Omeo hours from 8 A. W. to Bi. u.
DißgoTonß: - 1
.1. Pringle Jones, ;Imes McKnight,
Henry Z. Van Reed, Jacob Shaffner,
J: T. Jackson, D. E. Stant,
Jonas Shalter,t ' J. T. Valentine,
- George Rieser.
This Company insures nil kinds of property
against loss or damage by (heat rates as low CM any
other reliable Corn puny awl upon every plan known
to Stock Insurance Companies.
Perpetual Policies issued requiring no renewal
and upon which the amount of, premium paid can
be reclaimed at any time, less a deduction of five
per cert. The advantages of this method are
worthy of the attention of farmers and others hay.
lag first-class dwelling houses, barns and other
buildings, in town or country, as being the cheap
wit and safest: ,
Policies forne, two, three, five or more years, or
forless than o o year, issued and no charge made
for Policy an survey . whcn renewed or when in
snrances aro transferred from other companies.
The citizens of Reading and vicinity, hitherto
dependent mainly up - on foreign companies, hilve
now the privilege of effecting their insurances In a
home iustitutionovell organized, with an adequate
paid 'and. guaranteed capital, presenting as
strong a basil' of security as that of any other co rn
puny. The advantage of doing business direptly
with the Company and the importance of keeping
some portion of the large sums paid for insurances,
in circulation at home, will be appreciated by all.
J. PRINGLE JONES, President.
JAMES MoKNIGIIT, Vice President,
S. E. ANcoNA,Seety and TrefUl. • fjunelo..
LENUART vi t OREM, .
MAOHINIErTp, BASS POUNDERS,
' GENERAL DEALERS IN
Ide.ohiniste and Manufacturers' Supplies`
• No. 627 AND 629 PiIANZLIN finnan
LAUER'S BREWERY 1
The subseriberrespeetfully announces to the pub
lic that beh- recently enlarmedibis Brewery to a
considerable extent, and introduced steam power
in all its departments; and to nowleady to suptds
all demands for
For horde and distant consumption. • Hie stoat of
Malt Liquors, warranted to keep in all climates, h
as follows: '
DROWN STOUt PORTER. ' •
BOTTLING ALB, AND LAGER BEER.
N.B.—A liberal percentage be allowed
Agents abroad. 1ee.128-
Reitla' English Dial nary,
Adteria Garman and English Die Musty,
0 ehbehl ogees Pron racing Oerman Dictiours,
Wfte ilaubsorger Dees tearer to mine attiltios
of tboTublio to Ibis now and valtlablo oreperitiox
of ARNICA, combined with certain Vegetable Ex
tracts; as unsurpossed for ita Healing tin Curetixs
propertiesin nil those orternaloOmnlointsforvki t i;
Liniments aro used,sueb •
alO l &WM, * Cheifes t palls, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia t ifeadpehe; Pains in
In all such cam it may be aid wlth a ;Miley
of relief. It is good, in fact in alltholleComphho
where an external at)plleation la required, for Mu
or Benet, itud tho eubseri Ar can consenting,
recommend it as one ef the beet Linlialatohle
S UNDAY 80410014
THE SABBATH SOU 001; BMA
THE SABBATH' SCHOOH,HELL,
Together with alaristy of Wier Knew' 24°14
for mho°lg. &e. mill
Wobizter's Academie. (Rev, Ed.)
Webster's High Sebool, Wet )141
Webttor'e Common Srltool.
Webter'aPrlalarr s (gm% Li
,Woreo4er's Coniprehortiave Dietlmam
Woteestor's Shoo Dlttlonsil
kok late at the
S5l Penn Street, near Fourth.
Gout ; Nervous it hiflanimalcir,y Ram
aide, Back or Joints.
Prloe 26 Cents per Bottle.
For Bala at thp "EAGLE" BOOKSTOAL
RITTER sh 00, ',
EAGLE BOOK STORE,
No. 353 Pesp*Nlrlst4
Cnn be hail
TIIE NEW aoZPEN terfAllit
THE NEW GOLDEN CIO.