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T grE DAILY EA IS
AlZg 01110111 OF THli RUBINO ADLBB.
No. sot PENN tratity.
n il OLOISO DAILY NAOMI Will be A:mashed to
s uael ors in the ela np Oaks rat Wa ss . To
vi o pi fibers at *rev, or 111,213 a guar!?
e e pi dip; tor Is joc_Odiance. A ilbe
d action will es te eto coon (Oen or raOresa„
fil . Tx plirmtabwo h .suistpr•inodab.
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WIT.T.tAIIa 8. BITTZB,
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BUCH & BROTHER,
0110 ()Paned a Li►rge and Selected Stock of
At Portico Row,
NO. 543 *BM? STEM.
lir Levi 'Co ktui t Niter. Vol
Their Stook of
NEW FALL GOODS!
Wore seieeted,in the City of New York, and
be disposed of at prices far be• 4
low those of any other es• ' •
eirOmaa &Mu Alois to *rain
lisys' 01661ns constantly on hand and
pads ko order, , •
Its fitook of Furnishlng Goods Is decidedly
tho best satinost extensive in the
• Sits. Ca% it* and !tatter/
The mere hot of halm the mortices of the eele-
Wei • settey, Mr. Lert 0. Coleman. is sufficient
tiegente• that all garments be msdo up In the
bid rule and let* fluddolui. Remember
, .RUCH & . BRO.'S
11sadituartiors of Fashion !
NO, 54$ TINS STREET, AIMING,
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'6II4OINE BLOOD PURIFIER,
iiader sith e name of "PRDTRIt'O,i'ACIC,-,
011%1 10 ir11010; for udo at tto
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w ax FAST FREIGHT LINE
IiaIWEEN REAMING ANC, NEW YORK
MORRIS AND pellEX RAILROAD.
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k li t s * , _ 744 'View York S4e i tial .
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_ .IV, Y. HAL AY,
Med Afoot, MiitB. R. R., 110 ken.
_i.J J. BAUM.
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:VOL. I---No. 260.
D R. LUMEN De HARM KUHN.
OFFICE. AND RESIDENCE,
No. 244 Nerds Ninth nireeit, leading, Pot.
00,26.1m0* • .
ALDRItyitN AND ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Odle. No. M 6 Court Street, Bending.
(lokn bo consulted In English and Gorman.
RESNLY M. HEIN Z
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Who 29 NORTH SIXTII STREET, READING.
.018. . .
TONDI V. OHMICLs ATTORNEY AT.bAytr.
Ore-iloegor Bu il ding, (let floor. boa.) Ao t
180 mitre street, Pottsville. • VI-Cm be oonsultea
ha • German - • mart •
Lal ILA Int CA n sti IC Xi nu_ ATTORNEY
A_ND 'OOUNSICLLOR AZ LAW. Officer No.
I LP Court St., (near 81ath.))1nA math Pa. u 314
ATTORNEY AT_ LAW, •
- . • READING, PA.
Orgiogs N 0.540 Coprtatieet, (up . stairs .)
VII: M. NAGLE, , • . I „
JUL. , •. PHYSICIAN. •
(U. S. Pension Burgeo,n.)
MO Pens) Street , Reading. Pa. j
;Mee houte--12 to 2p. nl. otoBp. m. •
WINE V. 11AWLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
°Moe, He. 40 (second Illoor,) North Sixth Street,
nearly opposite the Could House, 'Reading. Pa,
Jan. 23- • .:
LOUIS 811011,1!IlioN, '
Arronrigr AT LAW.
QMee, N 0.530 Court street, over the office of.Johniii.
' Richards, Rs /. febo-
'WILLIAM 0. MIREWSTER, .
, (Organist of Pint Reformed Ohnreh.)
TRACHEA. OF PIANO FORTE, ORGAN AND
No 223 North Sixth street, Reading, Pa,
N. ll." Pianos Tuned; (June 20-
D R. HOMER,, . . ,
.._ _ .
SURGEON DEN tIET,
OFFICE-819 Penn Street, Bonding:, Pa.
Invites the public to cell and examine hie new
plptt or extracting tooth without pain. All opor
odious in I t he profession noutit executed and
charges reasonable. ap23
DR. A. 18101111, ' •
lifileo—NO 8 North Fifth SG, Rending,
(NUT DOOR TO P. O ° RRILLY'S BROD STORM.)
I.looll', attention paid to miring diseases of
the tout and Gus, such as Scurvy, Preternatu
ral rowth of Gums, *Alveolar Abscesses, disease
of the Alveolar,process.. Fissured PRIMA'', and alt
diseases to which the. mouth and gums are sub
Tooth• extracted without pain. and inserted On'
all materiakused by the Profession
Oah , e
hours, from 7 A, M, to 7 P. .
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE PEOPLE. -
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST!
REINHOLD & SOHOENER
No. 41 North Sixth Stroot,
SUBSORIBERS IfAVH JUST ESTAB
'Med a first-class Boot and Shoe-making estab
-1 hment and store at the above stated place where
they are able to accommodate customers with the
boat articles in their lino of business, and at lower
prices than at any other place in the city.
Tho following list of prices proves all we say:
Men's calf boots, &100 and upwards.
en's kip bo ots, 113 00
en's working shoes, 100'
Men's French calf Cogress gaiters', box toe's, 390
(en's calf Cbngross gaiters, 2 23
Men's calf Balmorals, • • • 200
Men's kip Balmorals, 1 80
Boys' calf Balmorals, • • 160
Boys' kip Balmorals, . . 125
Youths' kip Balmorals, N 100
Women's lasting high Pallolt, . 275
Women's Cbngress gattor§, ' . to 260
Women's lasting Balmora ls • 100
Women'elforocoo Balmorals, • 200
Women's Morocco shoes, 1
Women's kid slippers, 5
Misses' lasting Polish, -145
Youths' gaiters from 15 pis. to 75
Youths' and boys' shoes fiom 30 ets. to 00
Also, a large stook of notions on hand and for
The above Woes are lower than at any other
abnilar place of business in the city.
Partlaular attention is paid to ail kinds of re
• REINHOLD & SOWER,
NO. 41 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
(ABOVN TB! 0017 RT 11c)IJON.)
• READINP I .PA.
ALDIMYLL s CAITLIN'S • •
SCOURING • = •
• AND •
• . .
141 South Seventh St., oppoatte Repot.
Office' in Reading, Pa.
Offices In Philadelphia, 510 Race Street. andl32
South 11th Streq. .
'Encouraged by our success In our now method of
scouring knd . dyeing, wo have resolved to open a
branch office Inlteading, and respectfully call the
attantlon'of the public to our above named estab-'
liehment. • .
$y our process and newly invented machinery.
we are enabled to clean and dye goods in a very
sutterlor manner so as to give perfect satisfaction.
We clean and f inish Ladies'. Gents' and Child..
ren's garments without taking them apart or inju-,
ring them in the least, whether • the colors are
genuine or not. .
Our dieing i e done in the vertbeet manner, and
I the sepsis In all cases finished o ff in superior stile:
Kid Moves, Ostrich leathers. Aro., cleaned at
short notiee. • sent 'A 3mo
NEWSPAPERS A large lot of
. old newspa
pers,ap on band at th ; ottleo...wbloh .will be sold
66 WOR THE GOOD TUAT LOOKS ASIEISTANUgt WOR. VIM WRONG THAT NEEDS RBSISTANOWI•°?
READING, - PA, FRIDAY EVENING ! NOVEMBEIO7 I 1868.
TOPES, RANGES, REA.TERS.
No. 242 Penn St., Reading
Tho undersigned respectfully invites publie
attention he to hie newly invented Heater , named
REST HEATER EVER INTRODUCED.
It burns less coal, makes more beat, takesuPlesa
room, and gives better satisfaction than any simi
lar invention 'ever introduced to the public. .
The advantage of this superior heating Mara
tus will bo fully explained by tho Proprietor, who
guarantees that ho will ho able to satisfy all who
give him ti call that it is superior to anyone inven
ted. The advantages are so manifold, and so
easily oomtlrehended, that it needs only to be seen
,to convince the most skeptical. In proof of this
he respectfully refers tho publio, by permission to
the following named persons who aro now using
()80. B. Faitx, Mm. J. SUMMON,
0. D. Gamin, Om, & Co.,
O. A. Krum.% Many JOHNSON.
JOHN M'KNIOIIT, JCSIIUA KNithY,
RISUBHN ADANO, WII. lignmr.. •
„ JACOB KAUFFMAN, Blandon,
. Orphans' home. Womelsdorf,
lie also Invites special attention to the
Which is a late Improved, Superior Range for
wailing in, and for which ho is the Solo Agent, in
this city. This Range can be soon in operation at
the Iron City Hall, No. 4t3 Penn street ; at Peter
High's, Franklin street above Fourth, and at other
Particular attention paid to
TIN ROOFING AND NPOUTING.
Plastic Slate Roofing.
lie employs none but skillful Mechanics—all
orders promptly executed, and warranted to give
maY 22 No. 242 Penn elt.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
READING I PA.
Keeps oonetantly obi hand and for Bale at the
A general assortment of t
WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK, SPRUCE,
CHERRY, OAK, ASH, CIIESTNUT,
INDIANA BLACK & WIIITU WALNUT.
CAROLINA YELLOW PINE,
Thortuichly seasoned and under cover.
WHITE PINE, CYPRESS, AND NORTH
CAROLINA GREEN SWAMP CEDAR
Ordoro ros_peotftilly solloltod and promptly
ended to. For prices, &0., call at tho
NEW BRICK OFFICE,
On the Corner of Fourth & Pino Ste.,
For doing a family washing in 'tho host and
cheapest manner. tluaranteed equal to any in tho
world 1 Ilan all the strength of old rosin soap with
the mild nmi lathering qualities of genuine
Nettle. Try this splendid Roan. Sold by the
ALDEN OHEMICAL WOUKM, 48 North
Front street, Philadelphia. nu 7-6hno
SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
_ (Nonr Ponn,)
A. S. ESTEBLY, Proprietor.
fEELLER , s
Finns PAVEDIENT AND FLOORING IS NOW
I acknowledged to ho the beet - in use. It be
comes bard and firm immediately, Is dry, durablo,
and impervious to water, and not strode(' by either
heat or cold.
All orders promptly attended to, and the work
guaranteed to give satisfaction apply to
b. b. fi ELLER
June 18- No. 27, South Fourth fit.
A s o Of a Sliver Medal
WAS AWARDED TO
BARRETT'S HAIR 'RESTORATIVE 16
44 By the N. 11. Rate Agricultural 'Bocl . ,,etv ,
Its ralr, holden In IS sahua, Sept. 2/4
II AILBETT , B
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Perform Oray Hair to Its Natural Colois pro.
motes the grow of the Hair 1 changes the Ob.
roots to their orlxtnal organio actions eradi
cates DendruKK and Humour presents
Mir Ililling out t Is a superior Dressing. •
It contains no Injurious Ingredients,
and is the most popular and rellv
able article throughout the
ikr.ast,W est,Ntho. and
Sou ' 10 0
3. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprlotors, '
IitANCIII.BTEti, N. U.
Sold by td=r l lin e tz: l n a d es. Denlers is
H. BIRCH & BRO.,
. DR. A. H. LIMIT ? •
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may 51y Agente, Reaßeading,.Pa.
GRANDIII,,VS PlithlAllllB. a . • '
I wonder whatgrandma is thinking about
As she sits in the corner there. ' .
With the firelight elOning into her ryes
' Andeover her ait4t hair.
She bas laid her kn itting across her. knee
And folded F ier ]lands en thin s
And I know that her thoughts are far away,
In epite'of the children's din.
I'm sure it is soinothing strange and sweet
That brightens her eyes so dim I
Perhaps she is seeing the golden gates
And hearing the angels' hymn;
And she smiles to thin); that she soon rill cross
Whore the wonderful river rolls.
And gather the roses of youth again •
In tho beautiful garden of souls.
LEITTER FROII BENEDICT ARNOLD.
From tho Boston Advertiser.
Among tho,many relics of Revolutionary
mos which hive been . hreughtAO light by
o ,demolition of, the - old "Washington
Houso" in Stamford, is tlio following letter
from Benedict Arnold to General Washing•
NEW YORK, March 7, 1778.
8m :—I take this opportunity to inform
your excellency that I consider myself no ,
longer noting under the commission of Con
gross, ,their last (hero the words are illegi
ble) being my papers at West Point, you,
sir, will make such use of as you think
At the same ,time I beg leave to assure
your 'excellency that my attachment to the
true interests of my country is invariable,
and that. I am actuated by the same princi
ple that has ever been the governing rule of
my conduct in this unhappy contest.
I have the honor to be your excellen - ey's
most obedient. and most humble servant. •
• - B. ARNOLD.
His excellency, George Washington.
Two young thisses,diseussing the qualities
of some young gentlemen, were. overheard
“Well l Hike Charlog, but ' lie is a MHO
irlish;he hasn'tgot the least bit of a beard,”
say Charley has gOt a beard, bathe
"No, ho hasn't dither, any morn than I
4 .10ay ho has;.too t it,nd I kruiw it; for it
Oohed my cheek."
That's how 8110 11:110W.
In Augusta, last Sabbath, while Rev,
Mr. Bingham was preaching from the wads',
4 ‘l am the light of the world; ho that .fol•
loweth me shall not walk in darkness, but
shall have the light of life,". 'a tiro white
dove came and perched in the window near
the chancel above the altar, and, remained
till the recently gentleman had finished his
Tin Boston Advertiser,telli of a tnagniti
cently dressed anti almost unapproachable
captain of a steamer, to whom, recently, a
young countryman stepped up with the ques
tion :" I say, yeou 1 Who shall I strike for a
piece of soap?" Imagine the dignity with
which thoeflicer referred him,by a silnt ges
ture, to the waiter.
—There is news; Via San Francisco . , from
China to October 28, The mission of the
British Consul . of Shan hae , in, refinance to
the outrages upon missionaries, had not yet
resulted satisfactorily. A European steam
or had been fired upon by Chinese gunboats
for not displaying Iflags. It was to
pCiited from Pekin that the rebels
had dispersed. Tho British war
ship Rattler had been wrecked .41 La Po
rous() Straits, but her crew were saved,
Yokohama advices state that the Mikado
bad been crowned at Riot°. Yeddo was not
yet opened to foreigners: The southern
troops bad captured two additional tows.
The imperial forces were making a move.
mold which it was thought would quell all
trouble in the North.
—A. day or two since, as a negro boy was!
peddling oysters in Washington, he chanced
to comp across a milk wagon, with a horse,
attached that once belonged to Sheridan's'
cavalry. When in front of.the'tenm the
oysterman sounded his trumpet, and the
horse, doubtless mistaking the sound for a
charge, started off at full speed through the
streets, and was only stopped .breonung in
contact with a treo•box. .
—At Providence, on Thursday last, in
the Court of Common Pleas, a colored girl,
about six years of age, was offered as . a wit
ness, when. Judge Burgess put some ques-
tions to her to test her capacity: In answer
to the question as to what would become of
children who tell a lie, she thought they
would be put in the - 810de. The Judge
thought she might stand down.
—A. grand exhibition of 'machinery; per
taining to mills; bakeries, agricultural ope
rations, etc., is to be held at Itiipsic, in May
1869 and invitation has been extended by
the United States Consul to all who are in
terested in the subject, to be present and take
part in the exhibition: it will be held under
the direction of the Association of German
Millers* Leipsic. • -- •
—The championship of impudent rascali
ty should bo awarded' to that New• York
haek•driver, who, on Sattyday nigls, put a
pistol to the head of a passenger as he was
driving, him through the'streets, and made
him 'disgorge all the money in his pockets.
r4iary Ilayes i of Lonisville,it is announced
has "fallen heiress to„ sallo,ooo in gold,'
left by a grandfather, in England,
VERBS CIEWIS PEI OUT
TEE OURS PEI •EU
4401110. 0711 A wit/ikons viarama.
ver aincie our country was first settled,
American boyi have evinced a desire to "run
away from home and go to sea,"and in many
instances they have done eo,to their sorrow.
For the benefit of those of our young friends
in Heading who contemplate such a trip, we
will publish one or two trilthtlll articles.on
the above subject, which will show that "go.
ing a•whating"`is not what it is represented
to be by yello \ w‘vered novels t
A OEM/ill OLD DAM
Mark Twain writes the following story to,
the Chicago Repitbffutp: •-•
Anchored in the harbor at Panama, we
found the opposition steamer, America, in
command of Captain Ned Waltenian, imari
ier for forty years.' I made a Voyage with
him once.. It NMI very bite at night, but we
borrowed the ceptain'e gig and boat's crew.
and, went Out and paid the .oldgentlentrui*
visit.He was as tempestious exterior ' ',
as hearty of Manner and.as stormy of voice
as ever = a nd but as , good a man etlits
.anywhere. His legs and srAts,and bit& and
•breast, Were just as splendid as ever with
grand red and blue anchors, and ships,flage,
and goddesses of liberty, done in theperfec•
ion of the tattooing art. A shiner would
havethonght hia ship's crew Inuit be at
least a aille atriky when he shouted;
"Bear a hand there, Men I Stand 41 to
take the painter I ; Maid the gentlemen up I
Glad to nee you—glad to see you all, gentle- .
men! You are M welcome as the flowers of
We eat down in hie private cabin.
"You hero been lying up here at anchor
a good while; Capi. Wakeman. You must
be getting tired Of It." •
"Tired of it 1 It's no name for it, fdr--
no hame for it.. Been here six 'tatetlii; Sir.
Never was so tired ,of a ship before since I
made my first voyage. I didn't know what
'ships was then. I went down to New York
'city; never been out of the interior'of the
State in my life before. But, I winged .to
go to sea, you know. I'd 'bean reading all
sorts of cussed bosh about sailors and voy
ages, and adlrentures, arid I thought it , was
beautiful, don't yon see,' beautiful i Found
some more boys there from different places.
and they wanted to go , to sea t We cruised
around the streets awhile, and one day we
seen an old geritleinan--a venerable, noble
looking old Danietcome-to-judgment be was
—and when he backeehis sails and ranged
up alongside and gave us a friendly Mil, I
knowed that a man with that figure and that
voice couldn't own less than seven churches
knoived it, sir. Ile mailed a smile, he
did, that was as !trial) , as Donegal, light is a
storm, and hO put his liana down gently on
my head, so, and says, as sweet as a -pyren
"Wouldn't you like •to go cm .a beautiful
voyage to sea; my dont" .
"Yea air," says I—"we all would."
"Ah—noble •boya—noble 'oodles •Who
a your name, my little man Is"
'"EdWard i eir—Edward Wakemap."
"Ah—Edward. - Beautiful name. had a
dear brother once by the name of Edward.
Dead now. Where do you come from, Ed.
"Come from the interior, air."
• "Ah—‘troni the interior, is it? Lovely
country—lovely. Had a cherished nephew
born in the interior once. And whit is your
name, my little many"
"Ally Johnny—touching unme t One of the
blessed apostles was named Johnny. - And
where do you come 'from; .Tohnnyl,"
• "Connecticut, did you say? Ab, happy
climo--;glorious elbne—how I hare longed to
risk that celestial spot. And what is your
name, my little man?" • 1
"Augustus William Mayberry, Sir."'
"Augustin , William, Stately - name
beautiful , name. Had a loved relative by
thanamo of Auguitus William. Tore up is
a carding machine. And where do you come,
from Augustus William?" • •
" Let me embrace you, noble State--ban
ner State of the world. • Had n worshipped
uncle bung there oncerunjustly— unjustly.
Well, now, Edward and Johnny—beautiful
name—name of blessed discipline and Au
gustus William—get your little things
ready,aud take 'em aboard the Polly, dorm
at the slip. ~ And get you some nith warm
mittens and some nice warns seeke t io keep
your little .hands and ffer warn when you
are going round the Horn. 'PIM, - all you'll,
want,' becausewhen we get up lii, e P 4400
it'll be warm
an delightful, an beautiful,
81771uti flal N is ...2r the ItAuLtNn.
; ell a wa il, 14:11=)int
WOW* orielbreMalii -1101*-10tititred
als a i l tirsionsiiiiitti mkt their wmulunleik.
rtalbelia ll iose
t ° Jr , . On OW t4wwi itc4
like a (laden of Man, claw iipeo the '-
lune of eternal summer, where did wlO6l
are that weer a going after."
I hate never felt io happy in my We, Ste
"Il6Tei since T Was born,. lir. Loved that .
hoary, venerable old angel is if he was itiiY
father, sir. On board that ship, a going lint
of that hither, be was a feedlot us boil On
raisins, and a Warning on us, and &Johnny•
lng and Inguatus•Tilhuning to that . (1(;• ••
pee that I , was intoxicated
you might sq. Olear up to the xenon the
pilot's pointer. was let, go sir. Brit the min.,
ate that pilot wartgone, boil, that pilot boat
pointed towards New 'York ) and the'Polly
scudding fbr the Equator, he was a different
man. 110 vatted the: nigger steward by
the top of the hged and bounced Qi) 016
dash a couple of Aboes t and war ifiett
miserable obarcOal hound
the, ship it' the last ralnute, lit:maim, your
*dike lick , did goat 111 leernyou, yen
mangy, 414 'thieving ofikinieg . of
%nett Take that and Site herr ,you . like
And be. bounced Mtn asap. - Mkt. h#
0.01,0 d &maim., and i
o You stlesktog, irorthles* brutal Yoo
rant to go ash. 49, 020.10 Ofeik , tot
''cause . the ship t &shish 4; do Ino 1
I'll learn yitup you hog! Smell , o(.that
yid that that 1 you lOWA
4na he es :id his heaor in 1 M threa
with a beighlpio, till It WM U. shape of
. • .
a plug hat biton
Then be made Jost three jumps , aft as lagli us
•the yard,4o, and came a*** siietchifig fire
and stook. sad a•shalcius 6imeelf up, sud
alawlotAli arma around; Ilia he , had
',thunder storm a tearful him up inside,' n'ud
"Yoofkuumb*ut,equoftkti 4 er4-upto,tho,
tralsk Now, ,
shire . ash oak Ala ap . that talus, Mast;
. G*Ent, to fitima,(4o4 awl "1910, 4 04* .
.01,dart -Masi I hire You' for, you scum,:
you dirt you train. ton idterli4 ion ‘ol*ft
,skulk._ Aloft 11th you. pa teak your
'off stadiraki yini with 'am. Heil and ; thrice,
'pears like .a men tsd't bo mister ifs hie, oven
ship." . ,
And from that del out the howling old
nor!wester never OW us by no oi4er pAII;1)
but 1 you connsotioat son of a thief, . , Yout
New Hampshire ash eat, Yon in•ierior`aon;
of a skunk. Nev/Amen so tired of a Alp
since, till they put this Arnerleanut of,,Otn•
mission go six months, sir—never;
never in the world, sir. Take My 'bloody
oath of it, sir. You hear* Ned Waketnan,
—E a periments recently 'made at" OtiOnOti t •
Ilkin drying coin by hot air, and thereby
getting it to an early market, and obtaihing
the first , prices of the season are, it Is Raid,
repaid by a perfot success. Two dry4boulloll .
are already in operation, and another wilt bb
added. ri.l . • ' • '
The liabilities of &or% agent o t
Stephen's Bank In St. John, are now re ,
ported at $500,000. i '
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ON AND MIR
WEDNESDAY, ORITEMEEEgad i 1808.
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