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tigE DAILY EAGLE
FVELLOUND EVERY AWERROON,
(siadayi! liiespted,) •
AT T 1 MICE Op TII READING ADLER.
No. •/1 POI rragar. ' ,
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ihe TIADINO DAILY NMI WUI be turnlehe
g WA erkto the sly at tee OINVI PIM weer. Vr
lis eeribens et 44.60 a year. 0411.26 a ileartf
r io be pa id co Invariably IR &donee. A lib.
&dollop wilt be made to 9111411 or ten or niore eu •
o db e nit, To prevent mistake!, elllet e ters etiOuld be
iiretied "Bunten DAILY Mapui. /
i WILLIAM EL lIITURB,
.11111011 G. HAWLIIIIT;
1868 . PALL
SUCH & BROTHEL
tiers spessi a Large and Selected Stock 'of
At Portico Row,
NO. g4B . PENN STREET,
sir hurt It. COLIMA', Cutter. slaa
Tkeir StQcliof, ti
NEW FALL GOODS!
Werelekited la the City of New York, and
will be disposed of at prices far be.
low these of any other el
tablishment in the •
fontlernal Clothing mole to order.
Boys' 'Clothing eonetantly on 11E4 and
made to order.
Tse gloat of Furnishing Hoods is decidedly
the best and rans% extensive in the
city. Call, see and satisfy
The mire faet of haring ; the surto' of the dole-'
lasted 'suttee, Mr. Levi G. Coleman, Is sufficient
swage* that ail garments will be made UP in the
best s tile ant latest fashions. Remember • ,
SUCH & BRO.'S
Headquarters of Fashion !
NO. 14$ PENN STREET, READING.
GENUINE' BLOOD PURIFIER,
miromr forud, at the '
ft 4 okst'or!, act.%d- •
A IJL WARR ANTRD.
io THIRD AND PENN
DULY FAST FREIGHT LINE
BRTWBTAN ItHADINci A.ND,NON YORK
MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD.
Leaves Reading it 4p. tn. and New York ats:2o
1 . Goods shipped for .New York at Reading
lilt Hoe, before 9 o'clock_ p. ro_., or for Read-
LAO rooter Ilarelay street. New York, before 4
° e'ftilntorill be deltr,ered at eltberxint with
ostret ment. W. P.,,NALL DAY. •
awl f reight Agent, 11, aE. R. A.. obOlteA•
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LOUII4 De DAILTII KIIOT4.
' . OFFICE AND DESIDINON.
No. 244 North NI pa th /Streit. 1244411 air, P..
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W ILLIAM! IL 110110ENEIL
ALDERMAN AND ATTORNRY A rzA w.
°Mee NO. 510 Court three!, Reading.
Oan bo coneulted In • Raglish and Garman. '
JIMMY 111. MEIN,
ATTORNEY A LA,Thr.
Oitlsm 29 NOM% OIXTU STRBWA . BRADING,
Oot 28. • • i
yOUN W. IMIOKEIL. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CP Oilee—Loeser Building. (Ist door, b;ok.) No,
180 entre street, Pottsville. -- 411.0an be consulted
In t e Carman tamtuage. i uteri.
Fa/kiwi. o. lisp:magi/In,, ATTORNEY
AND OCONSHLLOR, AT LAW. Met No.
10 Court St., (near Ellztb,)llesonm, Pa. ml 4
GEOIIINE 1 :11?. EIARIS, t !
ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
• f Rgatkiwp, PA. ,
OPP:011f 110.1540 Court Street, (up stairs.)
_ N. B. Pension Burgeon.)
640 Penn Street, Rending, Ps. •
Otte° houre-12 to 2p. m. 6toBp. m.
JEstis a. HAWLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oitioe. No. 40 (s9oond floor,) North Sixth Street.
'Dearly opposite the Court House, Iteadinir. Po.
y OVIM RIVIIARDN, •
ATTORNNY AT LAW.
°Mae, N 0.530 ',oust etreetoyor the aloe °Milne.
Richards, Esq. Übe-
D R E. /lONE% . • ,
OFFICE-619 Penn Atroet, Ileadlniy, P.
Invites tihe publio to call and examine his new
Plan for eltraating teeth without pain, , All oper
Wong in the profession neatly executed and
charges reasonishle, ap2s
DR. • . HERR, .
Olneo-26. 60% Penn street, Bending.
(Alwyn .14 0. BROWN'S HAT '111011:14
• Removed from No. 0 North Fifth eyed.
Particular attention paid to ourinit xliseaces of
the Mouth and Gums, oroh as Scurvy. Preternatu
ral Growth of Gums, A lveolar Abscesses, disease
of the Alveolarprocess, Fissured Palates, and all
diseases to which the mouth and gums are sub
Teeth .extracted without pain, and inserted an
all material used by the Profession
Office hours from A. M 0.7 P eat-
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR TRH PEOPLE.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST!
REINHOLD & SOHOENER
No. 41 North Sixth Street,
7s 1 1: 111 SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST MAR,
ished a first - class Boot and Shoe-making °stab,
1 went and store at the abovo 'Acted place where
bhey are ' ble to accommodate customers with the
est articles in.their lino of business, and at lower
prices than at any other place in the city. .
The folloWing list of prices proves all we say : '
Men's calf boots, Ili 00 and upwards,
Afen:s kip boots, 8300
M en s working shoes, 1 60
Men's French calf Congress gaiters, box toes, 390
Men's calf (bngress gaiters, 225
Men's calf Balniorats„ 200
Mon's kip Balmoral:), - 180
Boys' calf Bahnorals, 160
Boys' kip Delmoralg, 1
Youths' kip Bahnorals, 200
Women's lasting high Polish,
Women's (imgress gaiters, , . to 250
Women's lasting Balmorals, _ 190
Women's Morocco Baltnorals, • , 200
Women's Morocco shoes, • • • 165
Women's kid slippers, , or,
Misses' lasting Polish,l 45
Youths' gaiters from - 15 eta, to 75
Youths' and boys' shoos from 30 cis. to 90
Also, a largo stook of notions:on • hand and for
Tho above prices are lower than at any other
similar place of business in the city.
Particular attention to paid to all klnda of re
REINHOLD & SCIRENER, .
NO.' 41 6 Nowra SIXTH' STREET 1 •
• fluova srna (101111 T Um%) •
• READING, PA.
1 3OCKMUBILL'S. COLUMBIA HALL,
NINE AND LAGER
Penn street, bdiveen Sixth and Seventh.
All kinds of beet Meath wino always on band,
and sold at the 13w eat price. nov 124 m
ALBEDYLL Ec CALLAN'S '
141 Month Seventh St.; opposite Depot.
• °Bice in Reading. Pa.
Moog in Philad4pliia.ath S 510
treet. &ea Street. and 152
BiteOrkraged by our suociess In our new method of
admiring and dyeing, we have resolved to al:
branch once In Beading or
, and respeotitilly t a
attention of the public to our above named este
ilishment. • . •
By our process and. n ewt Invented ta pAi ner y.
we are enabled to clean and .dye good; In very
superior *14601, No as to gire.perfeot satisfaction.
W i e clean and finish Ladles . gents' mitt Child
ran garments without taking : them apart or lulu-,
ring them in the leach whether the colors are
genuine or not.
Our dyeing is done'in the very beet manner. and
the gooas in all cases finished off in superior style.
Kid Gloves, Ostrich Feather% ko.. cleaned at
abort notice. gept-M-3mo
4 4 VoTHs CIOOD THAT LACK. AlitlliTAareids WO Vilto2(o T1142V 101111111W10111.”
READING, Ptie, SAMIRDAY EVENING, DEOEMBEt 5, 1868.
We beeeluat rioalved a large let of those desira
ble little Caskets. whiett we are enabled to sell at
reduced tatee L _ooatatning a Ruler. Seal; Pencil,
Prayou, Pon Holder. EllatVtoll. Gum and
tipongo. R H k 00.
• ag Bookstore.
DR. RUGRNR BOMBING'S
CELEBRATED SWEDISH BITTERS
Cure with certainty allehronie derangements of
the Liver. Stamm % and Kidney!. is the most Paw
erful Tonto of the jligestive, Muscular and Ner
rens System, and the most Reliable presir y rotlre
matne, all kinds of Fever. Dysentery, an Igloo
-111111:1174t!, e 4 44, 1 11 07 against Cholera , pbold
an Ye ow Never. : yeas 75 cents a bottle. Six
for $4. or sale at the "Eagle" Bookstore
Rl' & 160..
, . 151 Penn Street.
RITTER & 00.,
AND •WHOLIIBALII MUM DI
PAPER OP EVERY DESORIPTIOR. PRO-
TOQRAPII ALBUMS?. POCKETBOOKS. An,
No. 851 Penn Street,
Raying constantly on hilnd a large and wall seleot-
lid stook of MISCELLANEOUS, SCHOOL AND
BLANK BOoKS, PAPER AND STATIONERY;
ouch as Wrltingand Wrapping papers, Envelopes,
Peps, Penqils, Ink, Mateo. CODY Booke,Pass Boob,
ko.irwhioh are bontbt for Cash and will be eold on
ter* is favorable we those of any otherhonse !nth,
Oltr-ire respectfully invite Merchants and others
who desire to make patellas.' inourltne to faro/ we
with a o,tll before purohalting elsewhere.
Orders by manprompay and carelilly lilled
jpris i WILEY'S
' 00L'D PI,IIXII
Ply sae at the "EAGLE" BOOKSTORE. NO:
Bbl Feu Street. near Fourth.
Alter the shower the tranquil ;
After the mipw. ihe'enterald leaver;
Silver stare when the day la done; '
After the harvest. golden pheavei,
After the clouds, the violet sky;
After the tempest, the 101 l of waves; • ,
gitiet wood, rhea the winds goby;
After the battle..peaeoftil graves.
After the knell, the wedding bells;
After the bud, the radiant reset'
Joyful greetings &in sad farewells:
After our weeping, sweet repose.
After the burden, the blissftdtneed
After the flight, the downy nest; -
And the furrow, the waking seed
After the shadowy river—rest.. .•'
METIEUSICLAII. ir?nowtom Tfial•
We make the following.extract from an
'article contributed to the' Lonievih3
An we know of the origin of the earth 'or
our race wo learn from the Revelations.
The chronology used by the civilized world
is founded on the dates furnished us in the
Bible. 'We recken the date of the , flood
from the dates found in the 6th chapter of
Genesis. 'We learn from• this chapter that
Adam lived before his son Beth was, born
years;l l 0 Seth lived before his son . Enos
was born 105 years ;,Enos lived before his
son Cainan was bord - 00 years ; Unfits lived
before his son Maluslalul was born 70 years;
Mahalalul lived before hie son Jared. was
born 65 years ; Jared lived .before his e
Enoch was born 462 years f Enoch lived be.
fore his son Methuselah (687) was born 65
years; Methuselah lived before his son
Lameeh was born 187 years;, Lame& lived
before his son Noah was 'born 182 years.
Noah, hence, was born Ann° Mundi, 100.
In Genesis, 7th ehapter l , sth verse, we are
informed that Noah was 600 years old when
the flood of water was upon the earth. Add
600 years (his age) to 1056, the date of his
birth, add we have 1656, the date 'of the
flood. Wo learn from the 27th verso,A
chapter of Genesis, that "All the da,'W
Methuselah were 069 years, and •he died."
By reference to the foregoing table it will
be seen that Methuselah was.born Anne
Mundi',6B7l; add his age; 069, to 687, the
date of his birth, and we bavo 1056, the
time ' , when the flood of water was ,upon the
earth." Tho conclusion is as certain as
figures, that the oldest man was drowned
for his wickedness. [And it is a remarkable
proof of the truth of the Bible figures,]
The ilonduriui Hallway.
In reference to this projected, route be
tween the Atlantic and Pacific, it is stated
that the Government of Hondtiras in
autumn of 1887 raised .a loan in Lontlon,
Paris and Amsterdam, for the construct(on
Of the road. This loan, it is asserted, was
taken in ono day, and is now at a premium.
The surveys made by the old Honduras
Company, verified bya detachment of Rayal .
English engineers,' have again been tested
and found to be correct. In iddition to
this, the "plant" material and. men for build
ing the first forty miles from 'Puerto Cabal
los to Santiago are now in. Honthiras, and
the contractors, after a personal inspection
of the line, have undertaken to finish ` and
equip the road before Juno Ist, 1871. It is
predicted that this route will shorten the
passhge from New York to San Fraccipco by
the apace of eight days.
THE gold fields said to have been discov
ered near fthinebeck, Duchess county N.Y.,
were recently examined by a party of engi
neers with satisfactory results. The evidence
of the existence of gold is believed . to be un
deniable. The ore is described as a ferrug
inous quartz, with the metal interspersed.—
The veins, it is claimed, are more extensive
than thoi n e of. North Carolina, and form a
part of the auriferoyi 'deposits extending
from Nova Scotia to Georgia. . The Wen
sive outlay of capital required to work the
gold mines of Georgia and the Carolinas, it
is highly prob Ale, will also , be demanded in
New York.—Philadelphia .edger.
POLLARD'S story about, Stonewall 'Jack
son's recommendation of a night attack up
on the Federal troops by Confederates
stripped naked and armed with bowies, has
some foandation in fact. Alter Fredericks
burg he advised that a night attack should
be wade upon the troops crowded in that
town, the assailants naked to the waist as a
means of recognition, and aging the bayo.
net alone. •
Tna New York Spirit of the Times 'says
the terms of surrender offered to Gen, John.
son by den. Sherman, and for , which Gen.
Sherman was so ruthlessly assailed,weredic
tated by President Lincoln, with the con
currence of General Grata
vt-The Supreme Court.ofFloridaph Thurs
day decided to order, process , against Lieut.
Governor Gleason, whereupon Gleason pre
sented a petition under the Civil- Right& act,
to have his case carried to the U. S. Court;
'THREE OMITS PIM ()OPT
'N. OBITS PER WEZ
AMIIMST 01' CONSUMPTION.
There is,natnalady, which causes so largo
a Mortality as consumption. Statistics show
that,: throughout the.eivilited world, an row
rage of olio death,in six,every. six in the lists
of mortality; may be attributed to its agen-
Theughour own city shows a smaller
averagolrom this scourge, yet it is compute‘d
that oven hero it is the cause of ono death
in every seven or eight. It was• formerly
considered an incurable disease,' and was
often lea hopelessly to run its Intel course
unchecked; but modern' investigation and
soignee have proved that the tubercular do.
positS, to which all its diead . results may ho
traced,-Will t'requontly diminish under suita
ble treatment. Thii is further proved by post
poems , examinatlons,' , 'wh\ere depth' ins oc'
currcd from other . Causes;inviticli lungs,'
scarred and puckered, ottestedrtho healthy
doling of two and Cyan three lygge tulierco
tar cavities. Few are aware how much the
prevention. and even cure of this dread dis
ease depends upon. their* own efforts. An
eminent American physician has recently .
declared that, with proper precautions, by
any one now in health, consumption will be
well nigh an iMpossibility; • even though he.
reditary influeneek may predispose him to
it, 'and that even those who, arenlready un
der its 'grasp may have hope of arresting its
ravages. The-plain and simple principle,
which in this case is the 4ssence of all-wise
kreattnent ) is to raise the physical system to
the highasepossiblei vigor. In company with
this one of the best curatives and proventiVes
is to expand and strengthen the lungs them
selves by deep inspirations or breathing ip
of pure air.' These inspirations should be
made ai slowly as possible through a small.
tube, or with the mouth nearly. closed, and
with the shoulders throWn , back and down
wards. When tho lungs or chest are filled,
the air should bo as slowly and gradually
breathed out. By continual practice
it will be found easy to take long
and deep inspirations, , and
the chest itself will become, permanently ex
panded, so as to give the kings fuller • play,
Where , strength has begun to . (lecline, of
course the efforts most be propOrtionably
milder. As the air at first enters the lower.
part of the lungs it only fills the npex after
a long and sustained effort, and Ilene), the
necessity of making the , inspliation as slow
as possible. Six . times a day in the open'air
is not too for this' exereise; , Indeed,
the groat advantnge.of inild' or dry climatal
to coniumptives is the possihilitynfpassing
IT Much . of the tirho out of- doora... Much is
justly said of the pure and Shraeing_hir. of
Minnesota, but those' who go theta for . lung
diseases should remember that only as they
breathe the pure outside air habitually can
it prove beneficial. A lady with tub'ercular,
despOidts mina even) cough went there so Me
time since, 'and a month spent in the 'ordin
.ary Way brought her no improvemeni. She
then' joined - a camping par ty of ladies and
gentlemen, who Started in an 'open wagon,
and slept in tents at
,night. After . three
days' exposure to this open air. she Mani
festly improved, and, though frequently ox-
posed in the °roping,' took rici cohl. The
continuance of this mode of life restored her
health and so strengthened her constitution
that in two months she could sleep With im
punity while the air was blowing freely
across her. Many similar, and even more
remarkable instances took place among the
young men of ourarmy in tholafeWar,many
of whom enlisted against the advice of their
friends, and•returned with greatly improved
physical. constitutions. The exorcise thus
induced is most essential to the desired end.
Abundance of nutritious and \wholesome
food, including fatty articles, is essential in
the arrest of consumption. Noit of those
who have Buck teidencies reject, fat meat, •
but its,place may be supplied- with butter,
milk or cream. Restriction in diet in these
cases is highlyinjaiious. The dress •is also
a matter bearing strongly on the health of
the lungs, Woolen fabrics worn next • the ,
skin, and warm covering 'for the extretni 7
ties,arelall important. So also is the-shape
of the garment, which should allow f4il play
to the muscles. Relief from'eate 'ati# anz•
iety, as far as it can be secured, ia . im
portant, but , even wbere,this is impossible,
attention to the other requisities, so simple
as to be within the power 'of 'every intelli•
gent person, will in many cues prevent,and
in moat incipient cases arrest the progress
of this most distressing of all
POW Ledger;' ' • • • _ •
—Large quantities Of oranges are shiliped
from Tampa : Florida, by every steamer.
lady, yr II eionNt a favor by leatlrlot i ti
office. w erg All eavapiklate. Of rpau t, tjt_
lattneeeel Water/ will tko 1401*Pui livfergitti W.
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CORMPONOWITA $110144 tasks their
Ilona rhott and to the point. thAtepoo, is too iilk•
ited for von , loot ertleeli
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rsailemier trains;pn tbe ditierall t t ti '4OO ''
and depart from ibis city r ,1 ‘ • ' ' ”:;, T , l
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apts.& %r i l l nelpitt statiottif • , ...,....Uais • •••, - •
lay int], Rtkot t all 044%4.1 , e ,, -).•• , •
ExProkl,ilt lolkasistatioba , • , ..« ~ " f. ph :
way arm all I. nil Station*. ' '' • Nfttia4lo,_ 4 ' !`, ; ,4
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ottavillo anall iy11t441010... t .u1A4n0 .
bottRVIIIO, Arland, Tanappith 1k0.' , ..,01:. I
vOR UkalatAnußek. Maw TO tett • -- • •
Rapti:4k I.obimon , Hart Mark alta arpit.• 0 *,;p.%
trol l , ittprotatrlinti all way 043; . 4 , 4 „ 1
ail, [Art111)1140' priaolivaliqion 1 '
art; iOtnlnQn, UlTt sour* and til NI. <
Way, Harrisburg RTI sia tray *tit. clOsw,..
Nxiwaw,„Leb I iwortsbant.arql the wilt") 0 7_ „,- •
ARRIVR itonl . slarrisourgatsia9.7:oo,,R4s.am ,
CIO. 0e..4.11:40 p. m.
VAR in* Iron , ,"• ,
tmt t yrinelpil wa stallins. , ,., ~,,, , , ~..wn td 'l4 l
oy N ow York ant prine palwaYsiatkiii .. •
or - • and s II wayhtatlOßlO.4bal ~" '
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aitt va from New York at MO. 0;00a. ty. awl St%
6:00,10:10 in M.
IVADING On C014U404 1 ./L,44.
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ON ♦N!) Avepft
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'TiIUESD'AY ) :NOVEMBIIIapt I 10'. '
Passenger Trains will run On thillßokai 41
follows i ; ;'. ' ', s . -, 1- • ' . ,
Leazonekpair at - ,
,•:,' , -,.. / -711 6. ,
Arrlye at Lancaster ' " ' 1 f" '• 11-A h '
Coittnote at. )41., :.
" ' ' WlUmbi Inti LA b egitett.. , N . Mo .
It lAN NU: -'.'' '- . '.v
Leave Lanciutter an glum la ' s/ 1-.8 QD .
Colutanta 3 'n .1
" Lancaster 1 - • • '' '. '• ' ' 21:1
Arrlvo at It ailing - ..: _ _. 1 flg .
sv . t
Trains Nos, 2 and i l mkke close eatinsotlilal
Reading with Trains oven and 8011tb lo on x IN
and Beatting_ltailroak ' end West ott /40 nOl% 0 4 '
W , Ilea& No. 2 also makes olose eontt . yen *llk ..
TritNor New York • ...
Tie eta can be obtained itt, he Iles' ollik‘
Now Jerse y Colltral italifolo, eot f I ,betty t.
tow York, and Phita t and i sie in* , rana. 0
and °alloy/hill B th :iv/l/WOO th • • - •
Through Tioklis to No! I Of* 111111Pkiltdoillikik
eqld T i t all the , rinolpat Btations,, snotpitirogn
One° ad Throng .
'l'ra ns are run y P. & P I A toe* *MA 1110
minutes faster thau Penna. It n 103. " •
• OEb. . lilt ,-.
• PP, ntendnat. ,
IL F. Huvan, Gen'l Ert . npd Ttoket it . • di . 4
East Pennsylvania:"Rai' Mil
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SUMMICR ABAANOIIIIHNT,, oconIQINI
Wednesday, may, 20tn; 1868. •
SIX TRAINS_ DAITN_ To V' igit wrilio.
• . • OUT 011ANCIO OA - - ~-, •,.
On and after Wednesday ay ; lama til
passenger Trains will leave eadinly tr. Weep
Sumlays,) for All onlovn as way Mathis, at 10..
A. M., and 4.20 P. M. stoPPing.l/0t 40.) t Il a B7 Oa •
tuns botwcen Itai t adiri aAd r4ei 'or , alktp4
also elate conned one or Mauch hunk an ,l'ail •
adelphin via Lehigh 81111 I 48114 sliTtive at
Ntw York at 3.80 arid .16 r. , •
FTr (4) through • dt)tomi. ' inoilit 14" it
Re .di ng daily. (eBegpt lands,. or ew gr 4
andthe Basil !twirls tetialtr at 4. 8411'.7.0 1
A, M. and at 2.40 and 11, 0 P,
• Those' Trains run through • * OM .rittlbiirkii 14
Sow York, yrithoutobango of earsltppy only
at Lyons, Allentown.. Bethlehetn ' X Ski , an1O•
ton, Sommerville, Plainfield ant 'limbo , and'
arrive at Now York at 10.00 A.• 418.00 ...)0
P M. and 5.00 A. M, • •
Tho 4.44 A A M. train vfi t il not iliFiVp ' htilidlnB - 64
Mondays, Tho 7.00 A. A ) and 11. 40 P. mi. *Mail
Fun daily. Sundays included. , .
'Trains leave Now- York, foot of Liberty Streik
daily, (except Sundays) at 9.011 A. 61,12 noon, 6, 8
anti 8.20 P M , and arrive at ItogilliwAtl.so, 0.00
and 10,101 ' 1114 and at 1.00 tita 2,52 .ma -•
The 8.001 2 . M. train from New Yor leaves datly„
A Su dap lixourolop Train will leave'Realials
every Sunday at 8 A. M., stopping at ill MIIIIOIII
and imternie!liato points. Arri ve at-A lentoica,
at 10 A, M. Returning t leave Allentown. at 4.00
PM. " .
'Passengers ate requested t 6 pure wit Octets be.
fore entering the cars, as .26 cant* extra will eq
chard and collected on the train from all 143 u
pay the fare to the Conductor, ;-. • ,
June 23. • ' 0. STOLTZ, Alga 'end Supt.'.
Philadelphia & Reading Railroad.
1 . ' pRADINO, Nov minim 23,1866.
:1)r INTIM /MR NOEMENT OP PASSENGER
TRAINS, November 23,1868.
ire Trains down to Philadelphia, paging Head
ing at 7 30,1035 and 11 30a. m., and 426 antl 930
UP to Pottsville, at 10 Al 6. tn,, and 560 and 800
Wen io Lebanon and ifarrielouret .
Western Ilitiress from Now Tor ,at 1 05'a. izt,
and 150 and 1 16 p, in. A -
llarrl a b u r g een nun oaat I o n Train at 71<5 `a, ttl.,
and mail trains at 10 45 a. to.ind 696 p r in. k
On Sundays, the down tra de Pm Readjui
940 a. m. and 426 p. ta„ ap up trains at /060 a.
tn. and 6 67 p; tn. ,
. The 4 2.5 p. in: down, and 1069 a. m. 7 , trains
run only between Philadelphia and Read ng
Up trains leave Philadelphia for Head Mr, gar
•risburg and Pottavillo, at 730 and . 815 ( a. m, 1215
noon, and 330 p. m. and 616 '. ' Int, or, Rtiadipsi
The R 16 a. In. trains conseot.with tra. tut for
Tamaqua, Williamsport, Elmira; Buffalo. /Hagar*
and Canada. ' •
• The 815 a. tn; dad 880 p, M. I trains from Phil
adelphia, and 10 35 a: nt. snit 4 ' •.p. in, 407 1 trains
stop oats , at prl olpst stations, OW! Reid E.
Reading Ace matodationTraltir teat esdlnE
at 730 a. tn., re amine leaves Philadelp teat b l 6
Pottstown Accommodation Train' leaves Potts..
town at 695 a. in., returning leaves Philadelphia
at 4 30 p. tu. _i
The ltrestorn Express Tralne ("Militia at Harris
burg with express _rains on the P 01314571,1141% H.
R. for lialthuoro, Pittsburgh, and all point west.
and tho 1045 mail train connects at Ilarrlsbux; or
-Pittsburgh, I,ancaster,. Chamberabuj j il lurtilitrY.
somata:), -Pittston, Williefibo79o W . Pattrt:
Lock haven Elmira and the Canada". • •
Passenger Trains_leave Upper Pepot at 790 m a
and 616 . p ir,;, for Ephrata, Lltts, Lancaster Ina
(Through First-clancarman Alehettrant ittni.
grants' tickets at redueeti mares to tt n it t lltuolaal
points in the North, West an ha
(10.11.61 UTA l
TION le . •
With 26 coupons,it 20 per cent. dhs3ouut, Indira,*
any points desire . • I ,
M.f FAO."' Otorgrs,
goodloir 2060 miles bereekelt POW 4 1 2 4" re
'laminas and baldness
i rts , - • ''' •, ' i
8.6 1 11450 TM/qv,
. t , „
Good for the holder on y.'for 8 , a, e *Ad 12 Mon .ir.
bet Ween tdlpolpteat Wife fri11 : 1 34 94 44"
tiokileat one-third less el Ve.
, fw• rasse_agers will e E. :prop • Trains
west at the V,oper Depot, and, all at r tralluiat the
Lower or Old Moot. ' r;. .Lit ,', • ~ .! ..
'lOO pounds of baggage allowed Visit
• ••Paesengers are requested toPedeliasa elf it eta
bCre entering theca!, as higher races are Ohara
. If Paid In tht a irs. ,
. xeuxston Tie eta good for enolat i llY 780 a• Isl.•
Aegremell 6s t i tlen Id to f'biladi nn . and returns
at•. 0. A. EMUS ' 000. Ono
M ONEY. WANTED • y
~ , ,
• MONEY WA.NTX4I)V, ', _
BY TEE OITY -OP READING. 1
• .The wittersired otee3tßee. oll ,Xll7 ot th•
Ctrporstton o the ) tr ,of epthir; 4 Si oeit
authorised to borrow MO !RP 0, t , t .. v '•, L _
iIaVENTY7FIVE alloPear . 3 4 1. /AA
far the purpose of satires; iiii Mil it
the said city. hereby Irk% ITN Ire.._;pni.
Dared to boo Vertilleatef o r#4. , , etw per
t i ler
sent interest, to puttee ass now , r to
the oily. Ater to either of ,e• . a ~ or to
William Us !welsh, Esc , t , ,, , .
. • . •., —. ' Y ,-, 1 2, ' '' ‘I t:i . ' 'PritICA")
BLANK .Vc l o9o . 'rttitol:
rule a large variety o -13 ^ o Eir*lll b•
70i cheep.. • . Mr; 41490.