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VOL. 11.---NO. 8.
ItI4JIDING DAILY. EAGLE,
rUALIMIND EVERY' AFTRRNOON,
AT 0.142 PENN STREET,
It I'1"1' E . C 0
TERMiolollvered by the Carriers, Ten Cents
rtr pityAbio at the end of every Vieek.
Three Coliv per sirigte etopy. To Mall Belmar'.
I,t.re,sllo per year l $.9.50 for six months; or,
1 ,v5 fur three mout hs—payable etrletly in ad•
OR, LOUIS De BARTH KUHN,
"1(.;1.: AND RESIDENCE, NO: 244
North Ninth Arcot, Reading, Pa. dors 3
JOHN W. IHOK4,
A ritOßNAL'ir AT LAW, OFFIcE i
23,30,4,,r Bullding, (18c floor, baolr,) No.lBo Cen
tro stroot, giir Can Lo cone ul
1110 Liolnlin language.
WM. B. SOI!OENER,
IRERNIAN AND ATTORNEY AT
A w,-011lee, No. 617 Court street, Reading,
• cue ilutell la permit and English: 031-3ui
A TtORNIII' LAW,-Corrict, NO.
COllll Htruot, ovor 011100 of John B. Itioh•
R 1 1, 41 E l 'l.. ) _ jNept,%-ly
• 1 SHEARER, •
A'I'iII'URNF AT LAW, HAS. RE'.
!loved li (aro to NO, 510 Court street, nowt
Post °Mem, • tAprll 4, 1.868-tf
W. M. lIIGHTMYEA,
i t TORN B Y AT LAW, HAS REUOV
.I. 1 ell htri office to 539 Court street, a few doors
1:elow Vtli, Reeding, Pa. Vol) 2, 1887-tf
-:). ' GEORGE F. BAER,
A T' kNEY AT LAW.---OFFICE,-
N i .o. mi Court Street, (op stairs) Itenitlng,Pa.
Atoll ii, _ 13, 3-lytlltw
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HENRY M. KEIM,
A TTORN I?, TATLAW, OFFICE, NO.
41 29 North Sixth rites:l'U, Itorling. -
lel) 3, Ist;3-t Id . .
WESLEY H. GEARHART,
A TTORN E I" AT LAW, 01 4 1'10E, NO.
532,Coita street, Boating, Pe..
AI, D hi A N .----OPPICE, NO. 29,
North lilx.th Strout, oppo3lto the VOA WACO.
brs• hull/oiling and Conveyancing promptly at
tuntlud to. 3,184.134111
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__. JESSE II HAWLEY
A l l.
"1 1 01 IN 1.i.; I.' AT LAW, 11AS RE M0V
.1).. ed NI Oleo to No. 3121 ) eit Wed, Sohinuok
or House Building. }Atrium through 1.3t0 Enot,H
rook Store. Jun 27,
1)R. ,TOIIN STEPHEN, FORMERLY
.k_z of Weinetsdecf, Waiters file professional 80r.
Vioo4 to 010 citizens of Rending. °Moo No. 207
North Sixth street. Can be consulted at hie °Moo,
or et. the Keystone House. Woo 2343nuienv
H. M. NAGLE,
(U. 8. Poniton Surgeon.)
sr , l'onn Arent, Itmillng, Pa.
oilloo hours-19 to 2p. in. otoBp. m.
A UDITOIN 'NOTICE.--THE UN-
Illerslgned Auditor appointed by the
gloms' Court of Harks county, to re-audit tho
meat of Silas W. Fisher executor of Anna
Fisher, of Douglass township, forks county, de
ceased, and motto distribution of the balance in
the hands of the Exccutor hereby gives notice
that Ito will moot the partios interested in said
estate, on Friday, the 111th day of February, at 1
o'clock P. M., at his °Moo, No. 2 , 4 North Sixth
street, In the city of Hwling.
jos t9.1-3t) IR,EN AEU3 Auditor.
„1111 , ',ItIFEJS SALE OF REAL, ES
PJFATE.HIy virtue or a writ of fort .Inolae, Is.
sued out of the Court of Common rims of forks
county, to me.dtrosted, will Ins sold at a public
vendue or ont.ory, on liaturfty, the 13th (lay of
February, A. D. 1839, at 1 o 'clock V, M., at th e
pubic houSo oefsaao S, foyer, in Roboson town
ship, wild county:
• All that curtain :Inset:ago, tenement and tract
ot hind situate in Robeson township, forks coon.
tv.adjolnlng lands of George Kurtz, Isaac Sifrit,
Michael B. SVostloy, Willow Catharmo Weiitley,
Wilful Wagner, iteaemod, and others; contain
log 33 acres more or toss. The improvements
are a two story STONE DWIIIJMN, WHOM,
Frame lieu anti other outAniltlings. 801 d
R 4 the property 0f..r0 um IV. if igREI B. . ,
Sulzed and taken Into execution and to ho sold
by ' WILLIAM B. 41,RRIGHT, ShorllT. ,
Sheriff's ofll3e, Reading, Jan. 23,18119-3 t,
puBLIC SALE OF CHARLES
A. isinteri,.-011 Tuesday, tho lOW of Fobruttry,
10), A t in o'clock, at, tho roeldonoo of tho under
sigtioit (formerly (Atiltlan Botintfor), In Exeter
townihlp, I.lorki'e„mitty,'ono inllo from tinyclerle
tavern, the followlng personal property will
110 mom, viz :
horms•ii It cows, sonic) with calves and nearly
all froAh inllch cows, 2 bulls; 4 holfors, 2 twin
calves, 5 snoltts, 2 broad wheeled farm wagons,
I narrow wheeled iiragon with body, 1 wood sled,
I lanil roller, I gain spring &In, 1 hay hook with
ropes - and pull los, I threshing inaohine with four
liorsa power (lAmilg's patent), 1 largo corn oho!.
(I,c4slg's patina), 2 sets of hay ladders, 4
3 IntrrOws, small and largo hoc har
low, I corn plough, 1 griuistone", 1 largo boll,
I hay rake, harness and bailors with chains,
cow eirtlns mid many other kinds of chains,
grass scythes, grain cradles, rakes and forks, 12
threm bushel bags, and many other aiticlos not
Cononlons wail° known on tho day of- sala by
tin 16-1011 CHARLES BORTZ.
ril NTY - TII ANNUM.
TSTE 111.25 T of tho Slol.oal Fire Inouratico
Couipany of Sinking Sprliig_t
. R EVE I PTS.
Balance apor laqt, kiLtionipht
.1.111. 156,4, •
PrelilllllllS Bllki Fa 8 recolvoil, 2,113 24
.Ises3inont Nov. 15, collected, 6 - 2 41
10, 1, 2,368 36 4,467 03
. It! X PI.:ND IT 1.1. •
DlreetnrA luta Committee tees, RES
it. s. Tex, . , 48 71
Printing and advertising, 03 00
Att , lltors (or 1867, ISO 00
Secret ttry's salary, .
Treasurer's " . 100410 • t
liecortllnl 370 policies, • . 148 00
Agent's fees on 370 policies, 148 00
" " for filling out 370
DA 3f.4 a A'S PAID DURING 1 868 .
Nieenllo Bunter, Berke Co., • 5 0 0 0 -
Win.ll, chimer°, 4,,' . 4 00 00
%Nang it Anna n, . 1 II 1,200 00
liver,- s. Cool, Lebanon Co, 725 00
O uld IT etherger, 11 " 350 ' •
3 ‘ 1, 41)1k T. hiller, • ~ 11 1 , 1 20 CO
.1.14,T Mauer, H ser, Lehigh C 0.,. 1,100 00
Pvier Maroc, ~ II 1,100 150 4,629 00
Cash In hands of Tronsir6 $5 675 63
, \ 114 . 81 •
of Agents, . 175 6 3 •" 3 04
!libelee in hands of Agortin t
included in above balanoo, 1/07 OS
The rainier-dgned Auditotis, l \tppo Mod to OXltril•
1110 the accounts Of tho offlocra and agonta of the
Hutted litsiiranco Company Of Sinking Spring,
perks county, rcipoctfully report, that they
hv, attended to their- duttes, and present the
foregoing statement as the result of their labors.
MIN lIIESTFdIt, , • Auditors.
vii) IIOrgENSTI,C,No •
Reading, December 21,
Ailment insured lit 1813 !
JOlll 4 l ‘ VAN - RNl3,,r si
5 0 111 -3tl LEW ti 1104 4 11 M Tressnrar, •
B O CKNIUgIILIS COLUMBIA HALL,
\VINE AND LAGER BEER EIALOO'N,
Penn Street, Between Sixth and Betletith.
AU klii44 of best Ithottash wino alwayson hand,
8 0b1 ut thu %west. price% ' 1n0124m
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD.
miliNFlEr io PASSENGER TRAINS
Diteamavit Ilan, 1808.
FIVE TRAINS DOWN TO Pl4 l / 4 ADELPNIA,
passing Reading, at 7.30, 15,55 and 11.15 A: mai, lour
4.25 and 0.35 P. 11.
UP, TO POTTSVILLE, at 10.35 A. M., and 5.50 and
TRAINS WEST TO LEBANON &HARRISBURG..
Western Express from New-York, at 1.06 A.ll,
and 1.60 P. M. and 10.19 P. M..
Harrisburg Acoommodathin'Train at 7.15 A. M.°
and Mail Trains at 10.45 A. 51., and 48.05 P. M.
On S inday, the down trains pass Reading at
9.40 A. M. and 4.25 P. M.
.and upiraluS at 10.50
A. M. ' nd 5.67 P. M.
The 4.25 P. M. down and 10.60 A. M. up trains
run Only between Philadelphia and Reading,
Up trains leave Philadelphia for Reading, Mr-
xisburg and Pottsvillo at 7.39 ph and 8,15 A. M., 12.30
noon, and 3.30 P. M, and at 4.45 I'. M.'for Reading
only. The 8.15 A. )1„ train connects with trains
for Tamaqua, IVilliamsport,,Elmira,Buffalo s Nia.
gars and Latiada.
The 9.15 A. M., and 3:80P. )1. up trains froin
delphia and 10.35 A. M.,and 4.20P.M. down trains,
stop o nly at principal stations below Reading.
Rending Accommodation. Train: Leavcsßead
lug at 7.30 A. M.; returning from Philadelphia at
4.45 I'. M.
Thii Pottstown Accommodtion. train loaves
Pottstown at 0.43 A. M. ltetuarnlng loaves Mina*
dolphin at. 4.00 P. N. •-. . . ,
The WoSterti Express trains connect at Harris
burg with Express trains bn the Pennsylvania
Railroad for Baltimore, Pittsburgh and all points
West, and the 10.45 Mail train connects at Harris
burg for Pittsburgh, Lancastet!,. Chamborsburg,
Sunbury, Soranton , Pittston, Wilkosbarro, Wil
liamsport, Look ifirgen, Elinira andthci Canadas.
Passenger trains leavo Upper Depot for Eph
rata, !Atha, Columbia and Lancaster at 7:00 A. If.
and 64 P. M.
Through First-Clan Coupon Tickets and mi
grants) tlokots at roduood Fares,lo all the, prin.
olpal poldta in the North, Wsst and the Canadaa.
With 713 Coupons, at 25 per cent. discount, be.
twoon any points desired.
MILEAGE TICKETS, -
C 1 tied for 2000 miles, between all points, at $52
—for families and business firms.
dood for the holder only, for3,o,9andl2menths,
between all points, at reduced Fares. School
Season Tickets one-third less than the above.
,sirg Passengers will take the Express trains
West at the UPPER DEPOT, and all other trains
at the LOWER or OLD DEPOT.
100 pounds Baggage allowed each passenger.
Passengers are requested to, purchase their
Micas before entering the cars, as higher fares
are charged if paid in the oars.
Excursion Tickets good f or one day, by 7.50
A. M. Accommodation Train to rhiladelphia,
and return, at $2 65 each.
G. A. NICOLLS,
May 231 General Superintendent
VAST PENNSYLVANIA. • RAIL
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER T RAINS,
Ccsnmenchtg. Monday, December '2.lat, 1868. •
No. 5, Mail Train, loaves
Reading 10.34, A. M ., - arrives
A ontowlM. NeW York 3.60, P. M. ' -
No. 7 Fast Mall, loaves Itoading_at 4.20 P.M., ar
rives at Allentown 6.65; at Now York 100, P. M.
Nos. 6 and 7, run daily, oxoopt Sunday, stopp_ing
at all Way Stations , botwoon 'loading and Now
Leavo Reading at 5.41 A. M.
7.81 A. M.
_2:13 A. M.
16 U 1.00 A. 31.
Arrive at Now York at 11.00 A. M.
11 16 16 12.15 A. IL
These trains run through from Pittsburgh to
Now-York, without change of cara, - stoppingonly
atLyons, Allentown, Bothlohem, Easign Jane
tlon, Clinton, White Rouse, SomorVllle, Bound
Brook, Plainfield and Elizabeth.
The 531 A. M. train runs daily except Sundays
The 9.28 P. DI. trains run dank except - Sundays.
The 7.31 A. DI. and 1.00 A. fd, trains run daily.
'West bound trains, leave Novr York, attho foot
of Liberty BLn:it, as follows:
Leave New York. - ,Arrtve at Reading.
19.00 M. • Mail No.o, J 0.00 P. Di.
9.00 A. M. Express Train 1.50 P. M.
5.10 P. Df. Expross Train, ; 10.19 P. M.
0.00 P. U. Express Train, ' 1.90 A. M.
Mall. Train leaving, Allentown at 7.20, A. M.
stops at all Way StatiOns, arriving at Rending at
9.10, A. M. running (tatty except_ Sundays.
The 12 M. Train froth Now - York, stops at all
Stations between Now York and Reading, leavin7
Allentown at 4.2.3,1'. M., arriving at Reading at
OM, P. M , running daily except Sundays.,
The 8.00 P. M. train from Now ork, runs
daily. stopping at Elizaboth,;-Plaintleld, Som
merville, Junction, EaStoll, and Bethlehem, ar
riving a$ Allentown at 11.45, M., passing Ly
ons at 19.29,A.M.,arriving at Reading at I.OOA. M.
Passengers aro requested to purchase tickets
before entering the oars, Is 25 conts , extra will be
okargsd and collected on the train from all who
pay the faro to tho Conductor.
good for Twenty-six Trips, at 25 per cent, die.
count between any points dontroll.
KILEIA(4I4 TICKET IIOOKS
for 2000 miles, good between all points on this or
thu l'hiladolphia 5( Reading R. R., or the Read.
in it Columbia It. lt,, at WA each for families
good for the holder only, for throe, six; nine and
twelve months, at reduced rates,
P. M. ERMENTROUT,
Jan 2-tfi General Ticket Agent.
11Q BADING Br, COLUMBIA RAIL
.. ~ ,... . On and after Thursday, .."...; ~ Nov. 26ti1, 1869, Passenger
If Ins wif run on t ti road as follows:
Loavo Reading at 7.00 A. M.
II 66 1,6 , 6.15 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster at 9.15 A. M.
" " Columbia at 9.25 A. M.
66 66 Lancaster at , , 8.23 P. M.
ti . " Columbia at 8.30 P. M.
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8.00 A. M.
" Columbia at 3.20 P M
Lancaster at '3.25 P. M.
Arrive at Reading at , 10.20 A. M.
" at Reading at 5.40 P. It
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make closo connootion at
Reading with trains North and South, on the
Philadelplaaand Reading Railroad, and Weston
the Lobanon Valley Road. No. 2 also makes close
oonnoottoh with train for Now York. •
Tloketti can be obtained at the of of 'the
New Jersey Central it. It., foot of Liberty street',
New York, anti Phila. Reading It. It., Thir
teenth and Callowhill streets, Pailadelphia. •
Through Tickets LP New York and
phia, sold at all the Principle stations and bag.
gage °hooked through.
Trains are run by Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad time, which is ten minutes faster than
Pennsylvania R. 2. Time.
GE9RGE P. GAGE,
E. F:KIIIIVBR I Gen. iert.A Ticket Agent.
de6lo.tf • •
No. 107 NORTH .FIRTH STRRRT,
,PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY,
b!UOAll FRUIT. ,
HUBER'S LEMON OR CLEAR TOYS,
SUPERIOR TO ANY• /JADE IN READING.
Also, a largo airtnlont French ts oys„ Mix.
tures, Candy Bask ts. Cakes and Pro els. Coco
anut Candy. Cocoanut Bars, Cocos-au Strips.
All will 12 0 sold oheap. Glve Iva a call and soe
for yourselves. V. 1101/4a •
don 16-3ra L
23,19 1,14 G 78
.'stook 0f (.4.09 , 1#5t , OUT itY NNTIBE
MILLINERY AND DRY. UOODS,
in order to re.opon tui•entire new and well ece•
looted shock, at : • •
110. 317 Penn Omer, elerd*n Third and Fourth,
whore I will pay partiqular.attention to keep all
the latest styles Of •
tADINSP,IIIIIIIEBt AND CHILDRDNISAAT
• ANb BONNXT N.N.A.K814.
and a complete inulertment of everything per
taining to the Millinery a nd Trimming line. I
express my most hearty thanks for past favors,.
and nary resPectfully solioiS the continuance of
thfl sameo"gethilkOtion guaranteed.. -
fan ?"2i ll ll Kl4B. U. 4.XXIITAII•
R,EADDIG, I PA., FRIDA AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY , 5111869.
Corner Second and IVanklin •Strfets,
Haye constantly on band and sell at reuonabla
prices. , • ,
LUMP, DROKBN, EGO, & 'STOVE COAL - NUT
CHESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS COAL.
HIOKORY aid OAK. WOOD,
LIME AND SAND. KINDLING WOOD BY THE
•Oir Wa deliver free oiantro chute to any,Vgl
IMING'B QOMPOUND ARNICA IsININEOT.
I4tileseriber begs leave to (*lithe attention
Of thublio to Ibis new and valuable preparation
of ARNICA. combined wiche.grtain Vekstable Ex
tracks: as unsurpassed for its Licalins anti Curative .
prcrrties in all those externalcomplaintsfor which
Li merits are used. ouch as
WS, limbos, MIAs, Galls, Rheumatism'
OM, Nervous if Aficimmotory Pains,
Neuralgia, Headache, Pains in
side, Back or Joints.
-In all assets cues It may be sued with a oCrtainty
Of relief. It Is good, iu fact, In all those Complaint*
where an external applicatidn to required. for Man
or Beast. and the subscriber clan eonselentiously`
recommend it as one of the best Liniments of ths,
Por.Sale at the IAOLE" 800K1310.111.1i
STEP L A D:Di ERIS ,
7.00 P. M,
6.15 A. M.
THIRD AND PENN
McGowan & Miltimore,
'puss PUBNISHING GOODV
TIN PLA.TES, SHEET IRON,
SADDLERY&o fto &a
SADDLERY, &q., .1 .1 •
PENN STREET, READING, PA.
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL lIARMONII
C asinine the prieeipal.
CHURCH MELODIES, -
• Provided with
GERMAN AND ENGLISH TEXT
For side:at theq
; "kAGLE" BOOKSTORE.
851 Penn Street.
T HE NATIONAL
srovg. Tpt Aup HOLLOW-WARE EN- ,
PORIUK OF MI g CITY OF READING.
D.L C. SCHNADER,
414 PENN STREET, •
Would call the nttentlon ot the public to his large
Nook of Paitti.Otiletippsi Cooklon , Staves. Ranges.
Tin, Hollowware and itottselteetlins goods of erer7
Rpollps &Rd bottling proniptly attended to
ttlo 19Wtift puce. MVO Ishii 011. [ACV 41-313101
Price 25 °elite per Bottle.
RITTER & 00,
HOMMR,sCOLUDAY & CO.,
818 and 820 Chestnut
Sates to Commence November 2d.
LACES tit EMBROIDERIES
LINEPIS & WHITE UOOUS, are;..
HOSIERY & OtOVES,.&e.,
()whiff to the wide rdputation of their Mum it
L needless to detail the ol►wraotor of their stook
11.(). dr Co. would merely state that their
' 07 THIS
MUST BE SOLD
Preparatory to removal to tholr
New Marble . Building.
Ohestnut Street s above Broad,
Have never boon surpassed in Philadelphia
Of toxturo in tnottluta prtood goods, as well as the
OHOIOEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
C. & Co. would advise All desirous of obtain
TO lose no time before tweeting their stook,
caning assured that the •
At width thwentire stook will ho disposed of
must insure •
MARBLEIZED SLATE MAI#I2'EXB, w A
And every dosoOption of
SLATE WORK,TILING, &C.,
On hand and made to order.
THESE BEAUTIFUL SLATE MANTELS
Are superior in a_ppearanee, more durablo, hat
thoprice of Marble. Beat and olipppeat in the
Gratoi s Low Down and Common;
Parlor and Office Grates for Ilene or 8011 T COAL.
Baltimore Improved , Fire Place Stove,
Bost lire place floater made.
. , •
Warm AO Registers and Ventilators,
TERRA COTTA, WATER AND DRAIN PIPE,
CHIMNEY TOM fie.
FACTORY AND BALESROOI4OI,
Noe. 401 and 403 North Sixteenth Street,
Haug 1-erul WILBOR & M.
OVIIOE OW THE U.:1 4 . M. t
.'4 N 0.601 Copier STRUBT,
• ' RiADlNO.:January 16, 1869.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICI4.I:—THAT
.A. on the 16th day of January, A..D. 1869, a war
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tato of Samuel L. Brown, of Heidelberg town
ship, in the county of Berke and- State of Penn
sylvania, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on
ids own petition; that the payment of any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to' such
Bankrupt, to hint or for Manse, and the transfer
of any property by him aro - forbiddetv by law;
that a meeting of the creditors of the said Bank
rupt to prove their debts and to choose - ono or
more Assignees of his estate will be , held at a
Court'of , Bankruptoy, Le e holden at the oMeo
of 11. Maltzberger v No. North Sixth street,
Reading, Pennsylvania, b fore 11. Alaltaberger
Register, on the 19th day of-Pebruary, A. DOM,
o'olook I'. M. " W. F. WALTER,
jan 23-20 Deputy O. S. M., as Messenger.
- NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
Allows Tit an, January 12, 1809.
THIS IS TO GIVE isTOTICE
_IL en tholith day of January A. W., 1869, a War.
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against the Estate
of WILLIAM 11. BPANOLER, (who was aleo a
member of the Btu of Boas dr, SPanglet, formerly .
of Reading, Persylvania of the township of
Bndsbury, in th county of i Lancastor, and kat°
of Pennsylvania; who has been adjudged a Bank
rupt, on his own petition.; that•tho payment of
any debts and delivery of•any property belong.
lug to such Bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and.
the transfer of an property. by him are forbid
den by law; that a meeting of tho Creditors of
Dm said Bankrupt, to prove their debta, and to
-choose one or more assignee§ of his estate,
im held at the Court'of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at the Moe of the Register, N 0.6 South Queen
street, in the city of Lancaster, Pa,', hefore Altos
Eitavitakitu Esq., Register,' on the. 80th day of
January, A.'D., IE9, at 19 o'clock M.
Dop. 11. B. Marshal, 9th district, Pa.,
ianl6-2t as Messenger.
U. S. bIANSAL'S QFPICE,
• J, N. D. or PEONSYLVAItIA.
PIMA MUMMA Jan. 19,1869.
rrHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—THAT
1. on the lath day Of January, A. D. 1869. a War
rant in Bankruptcy WWI issued against the estate
Josiah Bearing, lately of the flrm of J. S. Lash
A Co., of Philadolphia, and formerly 00-partner
with John A. Langdou as J, A. Langden
Company, at Alexandria, Virginia, of Phila.
delpida, in the County of Philadelphia and
State Of Pennsylvania, who has been 'lid
judged a Bankru ) , on his own petition; that the
payment of any debts and delivery of any pro,
party belonging snoh Bankrupt, to him, or for
his se, and the transfer of Any property by him,
are orbidden by law ; that. the' meeting of the
oreditorslof the said ,that.
to prove their
debts, and to (Moose ode or more ilsaignees of
his estate, will.be beittat a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be holden at No.lBl South ?fifth street, (second
floor) Philadelphia, before Joae_ph Mason,
Regirter, on the day of.Fobruary, A. H.,
1809, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
f lab 234 U tr• 8, iillrehalo pn A4o9s4llBer•
Writtoti for the RQading KAotag
TO MT LITTLE DAVOIITICR DIARY.
fIY PR . JouN:sTirttint.
hate a little darling— a girl just three years
Of matchless form and feature, she's east 'ln
A awoet, thongh tiny rose -bud, a pure and per
fect gem ! •
As graceful, and as fair, as a lily on its etam I
Her very smile gives life, and hot very leek is
She says slices mother's darling, but sweetly
This littlg darling's beauties, no language can
A lovely little cherub, with lbeko like bin:llllMM
That round her snowy neck in clustering ring
And glisten brlglit as the plumage of, an angel'i
Her very breath broathel, fragranoe—like sweets
from balmy lea; .;
She says she's mother's darling, but sweetly
- emileii to me.
I often gazo with wonder, into my darling's
,splondor of their hue must be borrow!d
trout the Ale's!
. glattialit witching sparkle, shine , out as
Wire and clear ,
As sunny gloomy—of diamonds bright, or beau.
• ty's gloaming tear I
For such a sparkling sunbeam—go, search o'er
land or boo I
elm says site's mother's dailing, •but sweetly
smiles to me,
My little darling's cheeks do tlio rickest WWI
The whiteness of the Illy—tho crimson of the
But in her mirthful hours, still Weller tints aro
The rich and changing into of a rosy sunnsor's
Of this charming little girl, I'm proud, as proud
can be ;
She says situ's mother's darling, but sweetly
emlles to mu,,
My pretty darling's rosy mouth, no other's can
OW !lOW sweet thexectar, from her little pout
A perfect pair of rubles I and, When she smiles
Two little shining rows—like snowiest pearls
So pure and bright a dew-drop • you never yet
She says she's mother's darling, but, Sweetly
smiles to nie.
Hsi foldsd limbs, how chaste ! they are bright ali
starry bands ! • N
And lovelier fur than any Fay's Iran fairy
Swcoter—fairor=more beautiful (than any ttow'r
:that blows,. - - • - •
Moro pure, and far, than wreaths of
This darling's to my t)080111 I EI bowy; what pearls
are to the sea ;
She says she's mother's darling, but swoot)
oualloa to mo.
When at night—ln spotless white, this darling
. ' kneels to pray, I . . ..'.• .. '
The very angels stop to 'gae, and wonder what
i , '. she'll say;
I AL the
. music -of her voice, they startle With'
Thinking some white wing'd seraph has fallen
' from the skies I
No angel's loveller—so Mildly beautiful is she;
She says. ihe'S niothers darling,.'but sweetly
smiles to mu.
, .. il k
Then climbing on her mother's lap, she nestles
on h r breast ; • • ,
fringldeye•lids full, she sweetly dropo
to re t;'
And as we \ gaze in raptures, wo Speak in accents
Lest we 1. disturb the slumbers of otir `beloved
MOW • • . • •
Those Jewels light my loving heart; as moon
beams light the sea ; • •
r the mother and her darling. both belong to
Roi,orsa, Feb. 4th, 11369 . . • . .
—Minnesda. is a fisherman's 'paradise. A
paper dill° State tells a story of two brothers
who set a net, and at, one haul captured two
liundred fish, the smallest weighing eight
pounds, the largest: . twelve, and the average
more than ten, the most of them being' trout.
—Henry Frey,of Ackermaatown, Northa ton county; who had been missing Since,.th e
early part of December, was found on Sunday.
He was nearly eighty years of t '
ie and had
perished in the snow, which buried him until
a day or two beforo be was found.
—Bailey, who killed his wife's lover at Na
pierville, some time ago, is said to bare
ruined the wifo of a mechanic in Marengo,
lowa, as lately as last November, A Duca•
port paper suggests that the Marengo molten.
le should now kill Bailey.
—The other (lay each Senator and Repro.
sentative at Washington found a cake of highly
perfumed and elaborAtely ornamentedloap on
his desk. Most of the members left the soap
where they found it; no being accustomed to
—Carrie Yrister, aged 0 years, living with
her parents 'at Muncey, recently vomited a pin
swallowed by her when seven mouths old.
Hor'delicats health frOun that early ago is at
tributable to the presence of the - pin in her
---The coal miners Who have been On a strike
for some time -past on the line of the
Pennsylvania Central railroad; have re
sumed work at the old rates-46ur cents per
bushel. They demanded five cents.
—A'youtx rascal, named Michael McCuo,in
an altetpapon with his , uncle, John Halev, in
Scranton, the other dab drew a' pistoi and
fired at him t hrough a door. Ho' has been
bound over. $l,OOO to anSwer.
—A Toronto despatch says klutt 9 / Mr. HOW!
and Sir John A. McDonald p have settled tho
question,Nova Scotia eo fur as principles' are
concerned." An increuso of money appropria
tions to Nova Scotia is involved.
--=-Work on the Inonnmen't, nt lierrrishorg,lo
the memory Of the sOldieri who fell an the late
war, has been resumed, Large quantities of
stone have recently been received fore the
EN CENTS PER WEEK.
—The Now Lisboa (Obi()) Piar lot grieves to
learn "that somq of out school'. girls carry
toilet glaisee to school ' and paint, and powdet
when they should be engaged in their studies."
—AI Malaga, Sparn,during tho insurrection,
women poured burning oillrom the upper win
dows upon the soldiers,andtho soldiers murder
ed ovary holptesS htintan being within roach.
—Zebulon Welters, 85 years of age, died in
Baltimore on Saturday. For 64 years he had
been in the employ of the Bank of Baltimore,
and died their chief clerk.
- —Alexander U. Stephens is reported to be
in failing health, end .unable to assume the;
duties of his professorship in the Georgia'
—General Forrest has made arrangements to
assumotho building of the Selma road. Ho
says ho will never more-appear lu politics.
—Gen. 11111)04n, ..the ex•Confedorate, has
written it letter, urging emigration to Virginia,
and denying hostility to,Northorners.
—A vigilance•conitnitteo Las .begun opera. ,
Lions in Jefferson; Spencer anal Blatt count
ties, Ky. Thief stock ib below par.. •
—Seventeen houses wore destroyed by fire at
Meridian, Miss., on Saturday. Loss ostimated
at $75,000, insuranca $4,000.
—The Newab of gemporo has deereod a
prohibitory liquor law, allowing no one to get
—The Montana Legialature,itiat adjourned,
fixed the capitol qt Belena,and the penitential) ,
--A, doubt° doso of niedieino entitled an old
lady to a burial .cortificato in Now York last
--Jelin Allon's claim to temperance is that
he has signed twelve pledges since Christmas.
—Napoleon has suloctibell $lOOO to Maxi
tnillian's monument. '
—Masked higl►Naymen make it lively about
--England has 8,700,000 caitlo land 20,Q80,.
purtrATE! SALE. WILL ,BE SOLD
.11. at privato Sale by the undersigned, all that
It ELLINO HOUSE,
with two story lirlok Back Building, two.story
Briohjitable and Lot of tiround, situato on the
West silo of North Sixth strool t between Walnut
and Elm BUMS, in the city of Iteadimr. (being
No. 236loontaining 40 foot in front and 230 10 . 0 in
depth.. JACOII 8. LIVINtiOOO.
N 0.22 North Sixth kit:, IteaditiK; Pa.
IVOTIVE ,EBY GIVEN ?
that Charles' La rinittoo•Of Ann Wan•
nor, a lunatioi beks.ni—cid his petition to the
Court of Common Pleas of forks County, ptaying
to be 4Umi ar od ,trom Lis said trust—.-aud that
he will be discharged on the 3rd day of February
next, unless cause be shown to the contrary on
Or boron) said day: I W, B. lilt14801P,“
jania - StfProtlionolary.
' JANtrAnit 4, ISO.
Q PASSED BY
tiii) Board of the Douglas)) Mutual Live Stook
Association of Berke county that they will in
sure Horses as high us two hundred and fifty
dollen (250). This resolution tttstire effect on
and afterlifureh Ist, 1869. • ,
By. Order of the Hoard. , )
Jan 23411 • • 'SILAS W. VIBIIEII6 flooretary.
N'o TICE ' HEREBY GIVEN,
that the undersigned Commissioner, ap. ,
pointed by the Court of Common Pleas Of Berko
county, to, numhal asset-i and make, distrlbu•
t lon of proceeds of SheritlN sie of property of
James Pautricia of the City 'of Needing, will
meet, all parties lnterostcd .in raid distribution
on Friday, February 19, at 1 PC, at his oMce,
No. 29 North Sixth street, flondlng.
. Mk:NAMUR, 811ALTEN, Commissioner.
ltgAnixo,4l9l. 23, 180-tit
AUDITOR'S NOTICE—THE U -
dersigne4l, appOlnted,Py the Court of COui
mon Pleas of Berke county, to audit the account
of Jacoi O. 11111, Assignee of Jonathan nlll,
of Idaldencrook township, Berke county,
and to make dlstribUtlon of the balsam
remaining in the hands of thu towline°,
hereby gives notice that "he will meet an per
sons Interested in said estate, on Tuesday, the
9th day'of February, at 1 o'clock in the after.
noon, At his (Ace in the city of Rending.
Jan ), 6-11t1 JESSE.% AWLE Y, Auditor.
OitPIIANS9 COURT SALE.—PURSU
ant to an order of the Orphans' Court of
Borks Bounty, will be sold at Public Fondue, on
Saturday, the 10th day of February, A. D., lee%
at tlio Keystone House, in the City of Beading,
all . the within nientiOned and , described premi
ses, to wit:
ja NO. 1. A.two-story BRICK HOUSE and lot
• of ground situate on the East side of North
Fifth street, bawoon Washington and Wal.
nut *Amu), in the City of Beading, containingr in
front North and South on Fifth street, thirty
foot rind in length or depth two hundred and
thirty fact to an alley. j .
No.• 2. A two-story 1111,10,K 110174 E -and
lot of ground situate on the South side of
Penn street, between. Second and Front
streets, in said cltyi containing In front on Penn
etroot twenty foot, awl in depth one hundred.
and seventy feet.
ground. !g a o l
a •s t i i :fr o t l i l ,l l l l e l% o K ti rl o tign i ng o it i
=street, and adjoining No. 2, containing in
front on said Penn street .20 feet, awl in docpth
170. • . •
No; 4. A ono and threer.quartor story
BRICK HOUSE and lot. of ground, situate
on the North side of Cherry alley, between
Front and Sceond streets, In the said oily, con
taining In front on said Choxry alley 13 feet four
ifiebes and in depth t feet.
No. S. , .at one and threclidarter story BRICK
HOUSE, eituate on tho North side of Cherry,
alley, between F r ont and Second /drools, In said'
olty, containing In front , ow maid Cherry allay,
I:3 feet and 4 Inches, and in depth 93 rot
the middle botany. •
No. 6. 'A one and three-quarter story BRICK
HOUSE and hit of groupd , situate on the North
side of Cherry alloy, be weets ticecond. and Front
street°, containing in rout 13 feet aud,4 Inches,
and in depth US feet.
No.B, being four BRICK and STONE HOUIIEB,
situate on the South side of Neverslnk *treat,
Ent of Eighth street, containing_ in front on
Bald Nevorsink street,. about 30 feet, and in
depth HO feet. • Late the property, of IPI//kma
Salo to commence at 1 o'clock In the, afternoon,
whoa Quo attendance will be given, and the
terms!), sale made knownhy
,SAMUEL. WANN ER ' . ,
CATHARINE WANNER 5 sin oF'''
By order of the Less; • Clerk.
W, Y. Ikons, Auctioneer. Ilara 30-St
rro: • RA.ILROAR
Preposals s be recelve4l at Maw* Chunk,
Pennimanla, unp February 17tb, WS, for the
Graduation and Mason fy of the Nesquehoplng
Valley hailroad, including the' approaches of
Nesquehonlus tunnel. .)
Specifications and Infortiation, as to the 'Work
in detail, may be obtained on application at the
linspneerts Office, Ranch Chunk.
jan itEl-itj J. 1 1 / 1 110011.1111AD, Fresldent.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY., ,
1.0.)i;k8 OF It'YE
traw, for which O F
market price, Will bevaid. At the West !Le/Oleg
tAMAchnic and BollerWesiol, by
miLLNIIIT a KINSEY
el liler 8000 4 WI 0110110414 ArOete s
API% 2641 . 'oll4lali