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—The other day ) in - fiehinirtad,, an old
lady,. with two band geiiti her sties, came
to the tree e l l t. utiel nallrot0 ) and in.
quirod OW go* siteattrtiln was due,
On being ,' aro "'that 'it woad; PO I O
through titeelts iii )01f o s hintri ohOlolOilt
put her WOO/4 tta the pavement and sat
down ) retaarklagthat she would “wsittill it
posed ; she didn't want to be run over, and
a body couldn't he too het:AMP!
. —The foneral.obstiquhri of the great corn
poser Rossini, took place at Paris on gator,.
day. 'There Was an IMMeitie crowdpreileq,
and all the mules!, literary, Old artistic)
celebrities in Paris were present on, the oc
casion. The requiem Mass was celebrated
at I,a Madeleine Church. ',The.principal
solos we o.• snug by Patti, .Alboni t and
—Colonel George B. Weistling t a promi.
nent Radical politician in Franklin county,
is out in a manifesto denouncing the editors
of a Radical journal published at Chambers.
burg, and their abettors in the conspiracy
by which tho Radical congressional •confer•
ees from Wit county were carried for John
—knew proposition is now being made in
England for a uniform cheap railway fere;
to convey a person for'aix centa in the thir d
clue, twelve cents in the second, and one
shilling, British, in the first, irrespective of
the distance traveled ; and it is contended
that this reduced scale would pay.
—David Patollo, for many years the pro.
praetor of what is known to some as "Cob
'Web Hall," in Duane street, New, York,
died on the igth of September last, , l eaving
Something over a million of dollars/and t as
alleged, no heirs in this conntrY. ' A litiga;
Lion has been commenced.
-itit few years ago's gentleman residing in
South. Australia, let loose on his estate a
dozen rabbits. Recently, in one year, lti,.
000 of these animals were shot. There
were also partridges and pheasants let loose,
but . they failed to increase in numbers.
';L-Worsted, it is said ) was first spun at a
village of that name near Norwich, England;
cambric. came , from Cambray ; damasks
from Damascus; dimity from Damietta;
cordovan from Cordova ; calico from Cali•
cut, and muslin from Mouse!.
—Secretary McCulloch has made up his
mind to suspend Collector Cdke. Samuel
J. Randall end Senator Cameron are united
on the subject, and strongly urge the op.
poiutment of either John N. Marks or
—A young white girl, daughter of a re•
spectable fanner, living about:Arco miles
from Washington, D. QQ,:elotisd , with a
mulatto,. a married m ati;l4pday'ireek.—
The rattles were arrested an4,:brOt,t back.
Another "rebel outrage." . ,
—Of the 160,000 teach-4 1 446, nited
States, it is asserted that 1111, ' 4 females.
The city of Boston has 558(0111410o 62 male
teachers; New York city 2206 '&males to
170 males ; the State of Qh1018,220 females
to 884 males. ' 1.3q=1:
—There has Wen a freshit of abouttour feet
in the Delaware for a week past,during which
about three hundred feet of the unfinished
crib-work at Scudder's falls,near Trenton,
J., was washed away. islt flue water for
- =—•The popular vote in the State of Penn•
aylvaniti, i7l►io and Indiana, at the recent
elections, as compared with that of 1864,
shows a Domeratio gain of over seventy
thousand. This is pretty ivoll:fot a "deed!.
—At Erie it took a justice of the peace, ,
two lawyers, sixjurors and about twenty
witnesses the whole afternoon to try a ease
In which a little girl, about nine years 'old,
had slapped the face bf a playmate.
-- -) 'he New York Post says; ?4r. IHelm•
bold,lhe druggist, desires the public to be
informed that the rumors circulated b7;somo
of the journals in regard to' his sandy aro
—Eleanor Carrothers, of Lawrence, Nfass.,
twenty years old, fell dead from excitement
while going for n policeman to itrrost her
drunken father s who was threatening to kill
—lt ie said that Nal and hor_husband do
not bee each other frequently for four or five
days at a time. The marquis is also said to
be far from a model of a faithful husband.
—An inoorreet itinerant item says that
Buchanan and titovena are buried in the
Fame gravo•yard. Their bodies lie more
than a mile from each other.
—President Johnson appeared in a pri
vate box at the national Theatre in Wash-
ington last week, and was greeted by cheer
sng from the audience.
—A daguerreotypist at Mount Cannel,
Va., having fixed a loaded. gim at his door
to shoot burglars, was fihot by it himself,
and died in two hours.
—The Tribune says that any one who now
speculates in Wall street, "ought to be ham•
mering atone in the yard of some hlgh•wnll•
ed State prison"
—A beautiful . swan, weighing•twenty-one
pounds and measuring seven feet across the
wiigs, was shot on Wednesday, near Rich
—A New York photographer has gone
back to the old daguerrotype style of taking
ploturei s end wilt try to revive its popular'.
—At a lato wedding fit the Church of the
Unity, Boston, the pulpit was hidden from
view by a forest oPplantit and flowers.
;--There are still in tho military service
one Mujor General end twenty subordinate
officers of volunteers,
—Vessels now arrlvlng" report' that the
storm of last week was one of the severest
known on the Atlantic.
—A min et st. Louie heti been sued
for $lO,OOO, ford:nudging a married daugh.
—Cincinhati campaign flag poles are to
be chopped into Sre•wood for the poor.
els lc*. Alf iso
SCINIOII9I,I. 1190148 I t,
Just received at this EAGLE BOGICBTORE c a
fall line of booki in use la the Public Schools in
this city, . which will be tom at the veil , lowest
prides. it Would be to thatidvantage of shell who
Ira ln want of books to aseertain our prices before
Purchasing elsewhere. We have
SWOOdbUree New Methoda ran uennaNE
C Vasquelle's French Coarse,
Bon nleastle's Mensuration,
0' ' Cotter's_Anstomy,
Goodrloh's U. B.lllston's
LT Gieenleara Arlthmetlo,
•• • Tenney's tioology..
'Davie Legender. /
A DiottolDinkriegi •
Pens end JJPenhonlere.
Slates and (\Slate Pencils.
Virgil.'L - Bull on's mir.
E Woodbon'aßlementfrai7 GermanßoaderE
School Lie sake%
Pokol,V,Watson'taiorles:of School Books,
cratendon's itoolpcoe g l o t t at i with oetio of Dlank.:.
Pennook'e History of England, Greece, end Rome,
Mitchel's Intermediate and Primary Cleographiel.
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT)
Poi Ale at:the
41 EAGLIi " 1300XSTOitg.
851 Penn Street.
lONE AND PEN HOLDERS. A jug? um'
et, of different makes. for. rate at tne Baste
11011001 ii 1100110 t
Wlll I$ TC!tl47.T('`.:;
.41141.721 Pena '..•
• • IN ALL STUNS AND KATILSIALL
The lirgest ossortmong r n
Ind prices much lower ony or osoo.
Ma t : u P rai l ei rhe Sot?. edietior niti "
OAHIPETINGS, MATTINGS AND
A full stook always at low strum on et*.
febI9WWI gauge. JACKO R. RITTER.
. • ' • Tl 7 A enn-ot.
MaGowan & Miltimore,
DEALERS 1S • • r
• . OOTLERY,, GUNS,
HOUSE FURNISHING 000D8
TIN PLATES, SHEET IRON,
• Building Materials,
• SADDLERY, &Oi U., Sco., Av.
PENN STREET, READING, PA.
KRYD,ER_ & C 0.,.
Nanufacturers of .;
. DR. MEYER'S r
Oelebrited Tonio Roth Bitters.
• Importers of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Also Bole Agents for DAUM% UNRIVALLID RYi
No. 121 Borth Third Street,
For tale at tho Eagle Bookstore.
PEACOCK d OUT%
Corner Second and Ranklin Streets,
Have constantly on hand and 501 at reasonable
LUMP. BROKEN, HOG, & STOVE COAL, NUT
. OUESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS COAL,
HICKORY and OAK WOOD,
'_LIME AND SAND. KINDLING WOOD BY THE
ity e deliver free of extra charge to anyar 2 t 9 ot
ri A. CIRIESEMER'S
Extensive Grain Warehouse,
Now ready for
PANMERS AND CONSIGNOR ,
Who may wish to store Grain, dco. Storage and
commission reasonable. Also, 48Uperlor stook of
FLOUR AND FEED, ite.,
• Forintle wholesale and retail, atlowor prleesthan
can be purchased elsewhere. Also, a eupertorlot of
Buokwheat Meal, arid Potatoes. i
Ofitoe, No:105 North Eighth-St. Itoadinga l it.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND
GEIGER & BRO.,
431 PENN STREET,
We have just received a splendid stock of the
AA) goods, which are now offered at the follow
log low prices :'
t a i l p f t o c o o t 4 ,
" French calf Congress gaiters. 300
working shoes , extra hoary. 8.. 0 00 to 260
calf balinorals , sewed. , 400
11176' •. kip " • 111 60 to:1 &S
Women's lasting. high Polish. , 200
Congress gaiters. 1 60
" lasting balmorals (best). 3 00
La:lies' balmorals. 1 00
gaiter's. 1 00
Bays' hats 50
WRioen's Moroooo balmorale. Polish, . i 80 0
Misses' lasting Polish. 1 75
Women's kid p 85
siove li ed e . r Alish, high heel
• balmorals. $2 65 to 325
The 'above p i
ices are as low as any other similar
niece of busin as in the city.
• . • : —I2,E.P.A.IRING.
Part attention is 'paid to all kinds of re
pairing • 1 1
We afie have on hand a large and well selected
FURS,, ' v TRUNKS, VALISES, &c.
Itoe!xtber the name and lumber.
) GEIGER & BRO.,
431 PENN ETREET.
NEW WINE HOUSE,
#,511. 052 PENN IPPIZEBT;',
Dealer in all kinds of Donnell. Wines of the but
4uaI47. LAGER BEER, ALE, &a.
M is x AL100,4
' 04.1 r ram'
Jot **Wood a lino lot of
LACJOHLIM k Busavrauks
Celebrated ohemioitl-N9riting . Plaid,
la Quart. Pint andsmaller bottler.
Bartels cheap, at the BAGLII 808 STORE
The oldest German Newspaper published in the
ESTABLISHED 111 17973113
Circulation over Five Thousand I
Ilrhe"Resdlng Adler" is the beat adtertlslng late
diem for the German Districts in EastelmPenneyl
vania, having a circulation of ovor five thousand
copies. It contains tgenty-eight large columns o
advertisement and earefullyeeleoted reading mat•
tor, Tho Adler is thoroughly Demoerailo in grin
elide, endeavoring to Inculcate the sound political
doctrines ofour forefathers, as laid down by Jeffer
son and hokum:
PRICE ONLY $1 60 A YEAR.
Published every Tuesday morning. by
WEDDING CARDS, Bm,
of all M m
ode, ay be had at the HAULS CTlc'e.
Eleetrotyvea fOrntehed If desired.
All was will be dons in th, inbet bessUfal_mis-
Vo r ige ll o:: lowest " 4 ' APPl.r`st. th e.jael°
CELEBRATED BWEDIR 'BITTIGH B
Orl ontotAty ot
e lrong g rul of
the er, Btonten end lane is • Boost sr
of the i r vsk. . and et-.
vo 8 to u t:11 i most se le itressrEp o r
t oils eiLk ir iPitter a g i . TWhold
•na *lbw ever. elp 'Wattle. 84
ror Nor sale st the le
R rdo. • . •
a5l Penn Street.
RITTER & CO.,
No. 351 Penn Street,
4 1* . i14 . 1t,,i, i ii* 011 1,.
• '• (Retired Nov. Trir. lii.) 7 . --'—.
4 ItRIVAL 4.111) , DEptili4VOAN eili
' c • ', STArtio Alec eww,
iißAmskro NI E ETAOILLItiII
Extended to Mon IS — Wive* • Medlin at
80. mad-week% Tet ter.lhorsday d Sattir
414 Y. ' Retunur Woo alts and arrives pi sr.
livened the following moped Peet eel: ,
Crown. Goriglerirrille. Adamstown. /marts.
110YRATOWN JAIL AND STAGE IeINE •
vas • o at 6 a elan. a. in.; Assures
at Head at 10 o'clock, a. tn. Returning: ;heron
'Reading a 234 p.. Arrives at 'Bur erte.wn. IA I
p mei . It serves ni Stonemille, Bremlddv tp ,
drishville. yellow House, • iliville and.Doysm.
BERNVILLE MAIL AND STAGE LINE '
Levee Bethel at 3 o'clock_ a. nr.; arrives at
Reading at 1 0 o'clock. a. m. Retandry leaves
Reading at 2g o'clock a. ra g 'Tarts itt era_berg
at 91~ mi. it served Leinbeehe. Miser 6111. gaff ,
yilli Rehrersburg„ Bethel. TrilPehoecon and
Eel em Mills. •
LI'S BALL MAIL AND STACIE LINII .
Lives Reading on ' Monday. Wo4noMaY end PrL
day. at 8 o'elook, ,a,c i . Returning,. Nivea Blue
Ball' on Tuesday, T utslay and Saturdity.. a-
Whig et needing at 4 o 'clock, p. m. It Ilas
kiehn's Store, Knauer a . BoatuttorCe.' D a d a !
Creek. Terre Hill. Weaver's Mill and _..01.91 I.
PIQIIA MAIL AND STAGE LINK
Lesvos Roadini on Monday,. Wedneeday and
Friday at 7 o'elot .a. in. Aarrives at Reading ca
Tuesday, Thura a and Saturday at 6 o'cloon.
v. its, It supplies t. Penn, Beekersville, /01114134:
l'untco.tdorganto a, Talbetville, Honey Brook*.
Cambridge and Sou h Ilermitag_o.
LOBACIISV ILLI STAGE AND MAII4NE
Loaves Lobachsvi le on Tuesday. Thu_ and
Saturday at 0 o'cloo ,a. tn.- Arrives at Re Reading at
iqk o'clock. a. m. atornlar, Leaves R
i ts g i t,
21 ' &deck. p; 'm.l Arrives aiLobaeh le 4t
.o a oak. p. za. It ser v es Alsacauleyand LO 'o
vine. ' • '
.READIG TO COLUMBIA
Daily by Railroad— Leaves ' at O u t m.
Arrives atlo:3oa.m, SuppliesFrltstown,Rel olds
Station, Stevens. Ephrata, - Mill ay Lies, an.
Station, Stevens .
11 ill.Landisville and ilverfipriage.
WESTQUESTER TO BIRDS ORG
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves Westeheldei on
Monday.l% ednesdey and litiddry at? a. rti AT
rives at Birdsboro at tp. in t RetTlnit, litre;
Birdsboro on Tuesday,
an to et
7 a.m. Suppiles Gelger's *ills, Blue oo WI,
Wallace, Unchhunl, Lionville and West ' Whiter
READING TO ROBESON ....' •
Seml-wirekly by Staire—Leavev Beading 08W i llo4
day and Satntday ati7t. lar, and orritesat it 44..
lug at 11 a. 111. READING TO HOST
semi-weekly by Stage—Leaves Neading
day and Saturaskat 11:301 m, /rrives at
lie at 9:30 a . at. applies Adam s Totem, Lower
idelb erg, Nort lieldel erg,
Krick s Mills and
LEESPORT TO N O R*
Tri-weekly by Stager—Leaves Leesport Tuesday,
Thursday and Natntday at Ig tn,_ Arrives at Loot.
pert •at 3 p. in. Supplies South Evansville and
COETOWN TO YIROINSFILLII
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves Coetogn Writedel.
at Thursday and Saturday aa. al A r vas at (kar.
town at 4p. . Supplies War villa. bseletn end
REURERSEURG TO STOUVEIBURG
Tri-weekly by Stage—Leaves Re reraburaues.
day, Thursday and Saturday atll a. rn; Arrives at
Rehroraburg at 0 P.- m. - Supplies Wintereville and
Host. • ,
.REAPING" MM.- ,
Net York—'-Closes it 10 e, u. and 10 r. 1, •
Arrive!' at IA. N. and 2p. W. • 1 • .
Philadelphia—Arrives at 10:30A. N. and tl . ii,
Cloace at 10 A'. u. and 4 r. u. i
Ilarrispars—A three at 11130 A. N 2 and 4410 r. it.
.. Closes nt 10 A. U. And 151 p t N. 1
Pottaville—Arrives 4100 A. n t and :89 P. 11;
". Closes at 10 A. N. and 6:30 r. K. -
i ALLENTOWN AND EASTON • 1 -
/alkali at2:oo P. U. I 010,10filit/0:00A.W
RICA usTowN—three tines a week. •
Arrives at 7:00 r. u. I Cloaca at 8:00A. U.
Arrives Atl0:I/I/A.11. I Closes at 2:00 p. at.
Arrives at MOO A. U. 01011411 at 2:30 V. bi.
LODAOHBVILLS—diree times a week,
'Arrives at 9:3o t t. U. I • elope at 2:30 r. fit.
rutuA--three dines a week, .
Arrives at 7:00 P. U. I Closes at 5:00 - A. 11,
BLUE BALL—three times a week,
Arrives at 4;30 P. it. I Close at 8:00 A. Y.
tales a week, .. _
Arrives at 9;00 A. U. . UWM
000 at A. M.
- Rommow—twlee a week. ,
Air MOO ives at MA. . I Close at 7:30 A. Xi
BOOT AND:.2IIOE . MAXER.
ON Penn Skeet, Reading, Pa.
iIAS CONSTANTLY ON RANT) THE FINEST
assortment of Fine nnd Heavy Boots nnd Shoes
at is city, also Ladles and Childron'a Shoesof all
kinds. Soo list of stYlOs atilt prices: ;
Mla's calf boots, home made, .. pp 2,5
4 ill 44
" kip " 660
400 to 500
" calf balmorals, 260 4 ,00
. " kip 200 60
" " Brogans/ 1 200 •2 50
' " Congress gaiters, 1
. 275 450
" (Hove kid Congkess gaiters, 400 500
Boys' kip boots, 1 . 200 I) 00
' balmorals, - 160 225
Ytuths' kip boots, 175 250
• balmnrals 125 175
Women's glove kid high Polish bal- '
morals, • • 1 360 400
Wsmon'slastinghigh Polish balmprall,2 00 850
• goat patent leather tip " 2 00 826
" Hid slippers, 100 -175
Misses' goat patent leather tip bal.
morals, 150 240
Children's goat patent leather tip bal- I
morals, 126 190
N. T. (HllllO,
.., fit 3 Penn invest.
TIIF READINN FIRE INSUBANCEAND
TRUST CODIPANY Or DARKS W.
ORGANIZED JULY, 1867.
Office Reading htturanre Ilaildino, No.lo.Nortb
Iffth street. Cbrner of (burg street.
OraCO hOlllll front' A. 11. t.O. BP. U.
J. Pringle Jones, James McKnight,
Henry Z. Van Reed, Jacob Shiner,
J. T. Jackson, D. H. Stou
J. T. Vantine,
Jonas Shelter. " George Moser.
This Company, bionics all kinds of property
against loss or damage by Brent rates as low as soy
otherreliable Company and upon every plan known
to Stook Insurance Companies.
Perpetual Polieles. 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
first-class (dwelling houses, barns and other
buildings, in town or country, as being the cheap
est and safest.
Policies for one, two, three, five or more yeere, or
forks! than one year, issued and no charge made
for Policy and survey when renewed when in
surances nre transferred from other eompa i n i Ise.
The. citizens of. Reading.and vicinity, hi erto
dependent mainly upon foreign companies, eve
now the privilege of effecting their insurances in a
home institution, well organized, with an adequate
paid in and guaranteed capital, presenting as
strong a basis ofeecnrity an that of any other cot*.
puny. The advantage of doing business directly
with- the Company and the Importance of keeping
some porthin of the large spins paid for bleariness,
la circulation at home ill be appreciated by
3. PRINGLE JONES, President.
JAMES MoHNIGHT, Vice President,
S. 13. ANCONA, Seo'y and Treas. - WIDOW.
LENNART & GARTH. •
MACHINISTS, BRASS POUNDERS,
. _ And •
OBNERAI 4 DEMME IN .
Itnohiniste and' Manntiotturere . Snipll44%
' No. 6V Any) an • Fsimmix snow,
tan2B- READING. PA.
LAUERI3 BREWERY I
• The onhectiberrespeetfallyaanannetatnthe
lie that he recently enlarged , Brewery toe
eonelderablerextent, and . 114v:diced stem POlrft
In app its depiuttnentr, tut 4 le 1101 V readi to auPPU
all devands for, ' ' .
,• • ,
Bi7PER OR MALT Ligtromi,
teitirigg4 ugti "=tepTi A. dgi l it e att4
ist : 1 "" itemniftour.polim‘
131:01410_ Apt, ; AND Lealoass iv4t:
N. fl libera iveitentage whi be allowed •
Webster's MO Behock taf Eda
Wenter's Common MicA
Relds: EOM DIM ham
Worouter's ComPreksa4vo Dktloran,
• Wortester's 00001 Dietioasq
Adler's 001111111 and English lik4loaary.
OebMister's Pronouncing Oernian Dletlo!katt;
For Nue at Os
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ottlk...:p le w gilinsw.tp i d..,m ‘, ~ , i ,, c . ~
orARN/0 oomb nod w 1. a ~,•
Use** upsnypipsedtbr ts 4 1
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M e n r ,Z s e=d l l= ll - " " ""
Oda, Bruises, °Agfa, Oath, RAN*OII
Gout, Nervous d, /tustammatoty him,
Neuralgia, ileculaeAe, Pain is
side, Rack or Joints. 1 !
In all /ugh emelt mai be pied !lib lof t:I
droller. It le good. in aot Inailtnolevoiii it
where an extqrnal appl catklereqnliet ior
recommend nd tits
one of r earLyonio elm
it as one of tne est /dementia I
Price 26 Cents per Bottle.
For Selo at the "EAGLE" BOOKETOR3
BITTER is 00.
EAGLE BOOK VOA
119. 1151 ream Iliirfe
Con be bad
THE. NEW GOLDEN OE
THE NEW' 0914)E1:!iq
Togetbir Ifith a Tatiety of. idol Mishit
for echoed& Lo. way w
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