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READING DAILY EAGLE ,
YCOLISILED BYWAY 47/2",8411f0014
AT NO. 542 PENN MEET, i
r RITTER & Co. 1\
0;1 014, autlyered by the Carriers, Tess cents
r , r v ek, payable at the end of. every week.
hire, c o os per single copy. To Mall subsoil
-01.50 per year; 8240 for six months, tr,
1 .3; (or three enoialse—payablis strlotly la AA"
OIL LOUIS De BARTH KUHN, :
" 1 V F; AND RESIDENCE, NO. 244
wortti Ninth Arcot, Wading, Pa. di m 3
JOHN W. BICKEL, • -
A TTOIIREY AT LAW, Oi:1 0 ICE,
.A.r,,”w Buildin, (let floor, baok,) No.lBoCes.
rottavillu. sir Van be consultod
li,c(Annan language, mar 4 .
V/M. B. SOHOENEO,
I,DERJCIN AND ATTORNEY AT
/ 1 Mee,
N. 517 Court street Reading.
(.4 t be consulted In Uorman and English. 081-3ta
TTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE, NO.
13.. 5 ,55 Court stroot, over oface of John WO B. Mph-
1 1 , ri'l•
- E. H. SHEARER,' ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, itAs . Itz.
Almond 1113 olllcA to Mo. 6t6 Court street,
awl . to the Postollloo. thpril 4,1008 f
- ----- -- -
W. M. RIGHTMYER,
A TTORN EY AT LAW, TIASREMOV.
.txutl his oilleo to WO Court LAW A fey iloore
I „l o g si x th, Itecllng, ra.
_______ (Fell, 1867-tf
GEORGE F. BAER,
'TTORN EY* AT LA.W.---OFFICE,
ixNo. 50 Court Street, (up stairs) Reading, Pa.
April li, ltild-lydit w .
HENRY M. KEIM,
A TTORN EY AT LAW, OFFICE, NO.
„C1:29 North Stith atoots, lioadlug ,
lob 8, 186 , 34 fd
- - - - - -
WESLEY H. GEARHART,
A TroltN WC AT LAW, OFFICE, NCN,
MI Conti street, Reading, Pa.
AIJ D E 1.1 M. A. N.----0 F FICA NO. 29,
North Sixth fittest, opposite Wu Post 011100.
s*- Scrtvoning and Conveyancing promptly
tendod to. Vol) 3.1808-tid
JESSE 0. HAWLEY, . .
A TTORNEY AT LAW, lIAS REILOVr .
1.1. ed hii Oleo to No. 613 Penn otreet,Bohmtiok
er Nome Building. klatrunce through the EMILIO
lk)ok• Stu:v. jail 27
.1!I - 111. JOAN STEPHEN, FORMERLY
of Wornolettorf, tondera ht 4 pioroAdtottal sec
s wet to the ettizona of Iteatilitg. °Moo No. ?X
North Sixth ettout. Con be consulted at hie office,
or fit the Keydtono flouao. (doo 23-#3mgc4vl .
H. M. NAGLE,
(U. S. l'onsion Sprgeon.)
si) Penn street, Ittudlug, Pa.
mr2-1.1 to 2 p. , 6 to 8 p. m.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE-THE UN
IX lersignoil Auditor appointed by the Or
pliant, Court of Berki county, to ru-aut,lit the ac•
coma of Sllai W. Fisher, executor of Anna
Fuller, of Douglaii townehip, Barks county, de
ceittetl, anti make diAtribution of the balance In
the hands of the Nxecutor hereby gilled notice
tlut he will meet the parties interested In,auhi
Nate, on Friday, the 19th day of Fobruary lit I
o'clock P. M., et hiB °Mee, $O. 29, North iiikth
et reet, In the city of Reading._
Jan SO-St) 11ttOIAN:11:i SUMMER, Auditor.
lIERIVFIS SALE OF REM, gs-
CATE.—By virtue of a writ of lied fttelas, I'B4
4JI! J out of the Court of Criniuton Pleas of liorks
e , tnity, to mo directed, will be sold at a public.
I mune or out•ory, on Saturday, the iSth - day 01
February, A. U., 1669, at 1 o'clock P. Id., at the
pupa. house of (sane S. Royer, in Robeson town
,lily, s till county: '
Alt that certain mossuage, tenement and tract
of land situate in Robeson township, liorks mom.
ty, adjoining lands of George Kurtz, Isaac !Writ,
(helmet It. Wostiey, widow UatitartnO NVestley,
lintel Wagner, '.creas e d, and , others ; contain-
Ing3i acres more or logs. The improvements
Are a two story STUNK DWELIANG ROUSE,
Frame 11 tru and other outebulitUngs. Sold
as the propertk of JOHN W. Zhlltahl.
Seized and taken into execution and to bo sold
:,,. WILMA/it B. liLliktiGllT, Sheriff.
~:11eritrs einem Reading, Jan. 2.3;1869-St
puBLIC SALE 01? CUARLES
lit)ltTL.—On Wuesits,y, the ltith of February,
1,1, at 13 %Vela it*, at tho rustrlanoe of th'e under.
si4iii34 (forme' ly CatiStiati Saliiitror), in Exeter
oaanshtp, Berks county, ono mile front Snyder's
tiveru, thu following pers3onal property will
3 horses, I' (lowa, mania with calves anti nearly
all ficiiti 'Mich cows, 2 bulls, 4 heifers, 2 twin
calve?, 3 shoals, 2 broad wheeled Carel wagons,
1 narrow wheeled Wagon with hotly; 1 wood sled,
I WO roller, 1 gum spring drill, 1 hay hook with
ropo anti 1111111(33,1 threshing ruachlno with four
hor,o power (I,csalgi4 patent), 1 largo corn allot.
I, r patent), 2 sots of hay ladders, - 4
plough?, 3 harrows, small anti large hoe bar
row, l corn plonih, 1 grindstone, 1 large hel/,
1 litp rake, harness and halters with chains,
cow chants and many other kinds of chains,
grasf scythes, grain cradles, rakes and forks, 12
three bushel bags, anti many other attteles not
Coni'Mimi made known on the day of eat^ by
en M;-.t:•1 CHARLES ItOttTZ.
TWENTY -FIFTH. ANNUAL
of the Mutual fire Inahrutice
Conipaity of Sinking •4prlng
itA:utewrs. • •
Balance 114 per lait litatehieht
Prutultuu4 and Fo ti received, 2,211 1 24
Agies6tuent Nov. 15, eolleeted, 62 41
-10 41 Id , 11 2068 .34 4,407 03
DirOtoriantlComuillteo reel, 2779 to
v. s, Tax,43 77
Prutting anti navOrtlsing, '. i 03 ki °
Aulitori f)r 1867, - Iso 01
s , vrolary'i salary, , 100 00
T;essurer's " 100 00
It•wntllt: 370 pnl icies, '• ' / 48 00
.Ig , :lit's f.Jel on 370 policieS, ll9 00
" " for 11111 pg Out 3lo
lfitOM PAID DURIN6I 1868. , •
Nlenolai Ilunter, Berke Co. ILA 00 •
w , u. Gilititoro, ''l3°„„
trctrot " ". afam vu
Itenr; :•:1100,1, Lebanon Co., 723 00
ILNI l Uttiborger. " " . •8 50
Umrgelimmermin, ss " 50 03
3 03‘plt T. 31111er, •20 03 •• ,
Joieplt vtla!mtir, Lehigh ',• „„
Peter Marc‘i, " ' LIM 11 5 A Yu
Ca4ll In hands of Treasurer, $ 4 1 4 31 $3,07 3 6 3
• " of Agents,' •• 175 68 999 94
Balano(, in hand.; of Agor t i not I 1
hichided in rdinve.balanor., 4i7. 03 • • .
The undor-igned Auditoria, uppeltited to exam•
fait the .ceountg of 00°11)c:ere and agents of the
ut , ial Inatironce Conaliany of,Slnkhig Spring,
' lel " o) untY, reipuetfully report, teat they
h:iro attended to their ditties, ond present the
foregoing Statement al the result of their labors'.
DAVID IL lIOTTENSTEN I I . •
It 3.1.(1ing, De9oluber 21, Mt
Amount i tired IA Irma, •
c 4774,096 -' -
' JOHN VAN [LEW President.
.. CIL AltLI.:3 KIOSsLEIt, /Itltiy.,
sa li-:k. ' LlArli flltUf Mt, Treasurer—
OCKNWEIIVS OOLUSIBIA HALL,
WINE' Ain LAGER BEER SALOON,
t'.•nn Street, 8e1t741% eixth and fielentitse .
All kindle( heat Itht;tnish winerdways on hand,
and iota at the lewOet prices. inol2.3m ,
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RA3I.IIOAW
w 7 an R I A
ARA. Dscimasit 14Tp, 1988.
FIVE TRAIN'S DOWN TO PHILADELPHI A
-passing Reading, at 7.30. 10.35 and 11.15 A. and
US and 6.35 P. M. , ' i "
UP TO POTTSVILtE, eft 10.56 iht.,lind 5.50 and
0.00. P. M.
TRAINS WEST TO LEBANON ilk It 44.ERISBORG..
Western Express from New-York, at 1.05 A. hf,
and 1.50 P. M. and 10.19 P. M.
Isar IsMrrg Accommodation Train at 7.15 A. Y.
and Mail Traing at 10.46 ,11..iM.f and 6.06 P. M. •
•On Sunday, the down trains paid, Reading at
9.40 A. M. and 4.25 P. M., and up-trains at /0.60
A. and 5.57 P. M.T
(4.25 P. M. down; and 10.50 A. M. up trains
rail only between Philadelphia and Reading.
Up trains leave Philadel ph ia for Heading,
ricbqg and Pottsville at 7.and 8.15 A. 1.,q2.30
noon, and 8.30 P. M. ~ and at 4.45 P.M. for Reading
only. The 8.15 A. M., train connecte with trains
for Tamaqua; Willlamsport.,
gara andUanada. •
The 8.15 A. Id., and 3.80 P. M. up trains from Plitla
delphhi, and 10.85 A. M.,and 4.20 P. M. down trine,
stop only at principal stations below Reading.
Reading Accommodation Toto r leeavcaltead•
1I 1 4 at 7.0/A. M., returning trOM Philadelphia oa
he Pottstown Accommodtlon train leaves
Tontitown at 6.45 A. M. Itetuarning leaves Phila
delphia at 4.00 P. DI.
The Western .111 - pme tiains connect at Marna.
burg with' Koreas train mr the Pennsylvania
Railroad for ligitimoro, Pittsburgh and al points
West, andtho 10.45 Mail train connects at Harris
burg Mr Pittsburgh, Lancaster,_ Chambersburg,
Sunbury, Scranton, Pittston, Wllkesbarre, Vitt
liainspors, Look, Oven, X s,rid tho Canadas.
PasAeTer trains leavei r Depot for Epti
rata, IA Columbia and 44. easter at 7.00 A. 74.;
and 6.16 .M. /
'Through lust-Class Odupon Tickets and Emi
grants, ticket!, at reduced fares, to all the prin
cipal points In tho Hort)). West and the Cambia.
GOMMUTATl6l( l nbatte, \ ''
With 26 Coupons, at per cent. diseOurit, be
tween any points desired.
Good for 2000 miles, between all points, at $52
for familiesl and' buslue= •
• Aikisolok , = .
Good for the holder only, for 3,6,9 and 19months,
between all points at reduced Fares. Scheel
-Semen Tickets one - thirL leas than the above.
4fir Pamengera will take' the Express trains
West at the UPPER DEPOT, and all other trains
at the LOWER or OLD DEPOT. . , ,
100 pounds Baggage allovred'estehpassbnger.
Passengers are requested to purchase that'
tickets before entering the ears, as higher fares
Are charged if paid in the oars.
Excursion Tickets good for one day, by 7.30
A. M. Accommodation Train 1, 0 ;v 1 1 1~1 1 9bMh
and return, at $2 60 each.
," i _ 1 i t i MIVOLItS,
May 2 4 General Bunetinlendent
VAST • PENNSICUV,A,NIA . ' RAIL+.
a ng ondag, December 21,5, nea
• N0. , 15,, Mall Train, leaves
...... • Reading 10.80, erriVee
;al New York 8.50, P.M. _ •
No. 7 Fast Kau, leaves Reading at 440 arw
rives at Allentown 5.56; • at New York 10" I', M.
Nos. 5 and 7, ran dal lg, except Sunday, stopping
at all Wag Stations' between Reading and- New
EXPRESS TRAINS: • '
Leave Reading at ' 42 6.44 A. AL
It ' 7.81 A. M.
tt ' 2AB A. M.
1,00 A. M.
Arrive at New York at ,
• 66 66
These trains run through front. PittSburgh to
New-York, without change of oars, stoppingonly
.at Lyons, Allentown, Bethlehem, gaaton Jane.
White House. Somerville, Bound
Brook Plainfield and Elisabeth. , ••
L . ,
The 5.44 A. M. train rune daily exsiePt, Sundays
• • The 2:28P. M. trains run daily except Sundays.
The 7.81 A. M. and 1.00 A. M. trains run daily.
West bound trains, leave New York, at the foot
of Libertystreet, as follows t
Leave New York. • Arrive at Readiag.
12.00 81. man N 0.6, 6.00 P. AL
9.00 A, M. Express Train; 1.60 P. M.
5,10 P. M. l Express Train, 10.19 P. M.
8,0 P. M. Express Tram, 1.00
Mall Train leaving Allentown at 7.20, A: M.,
stops at all,Way Stations, arriving at. Reading at
C.lO, A. M. running daily except Sundays. •
The .12 M. Train from New York, stops at all
Stations between New York and Reading, leaving
Allentown at 4.2', P. M. arriving at Rending at
6.00, P. , running daily except Sundayo.l
The COO P. M. train, from Now 1 orkruns
daily stopping nt Elizabeth, Plainfield, ' Som
merville, Junction, Easton, and Bethlehem, ar
riving at Allentown at 11.45, P. M., passing Ly
ons at 12.29, A. M., arriving at Heading at 1.00 A. M.
PaSfitmgors arc requested to purchase tiekete
before entering the ears, .8 25 cents extra, will be
charged and'collected gni the train from i i ' , yam
pay the fa COMM UT AT ION e Cnductor.
good for i Tsventy-six Trips, at 25 per cent. die
count between any points desired.
MILEAGE TICKET BOOKS
for moo miles, good between al) points on this or
the Philadelphia .9 Reading R. R., or the Read
ing it Columbia It. It., at .52.50 cash for families
SEASON TICKETS, •
good for the hOlder,only„ for three, nine atop
tweiVomOntlis, at reduced ratcs.‘ • •.
P. M. ERMENTROUT.
Jan 2-tfl • General Ticket Agent.
114BA.DING &..; COLUMBIA RAIL
On anti after Thursday,
Nov. adtb, 1888, Passenger
nßiil% anon road as follows t" . • ~
Leave Reading at 7.00 A.M.,
•/4 11 14 6.15 V. J.
Arrive et Lancaster at 9.15 A. Si.
CO/Umbla at , 9.0 A. M.
11 11 Lanaaster at • 13.25 P. M.
" " Columbia at 8.80 P. M.
RETURNING 1 ' .0.
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8.00 A. M.
" Columbia at 8.20 P. M.
1, Lancaster at 8.2.5 P. M.
Anive at Reading at - 10.20 . A. M.
at Reading at 5.40 P. M.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Reading with trains North, and South. on the
Philadelphia and Acadieeltallioad,and - West'on
the Lebanon Valley Road'. No. 2also makes close
connection with train for Now York.
Tickets can be obtained at the offices of the
Now Jersey Central,A. 114 foot of Liberty , street,
New York, and Phila.. $ 'Reading Thir
teenth and Callowhilf streets;Palladelphia.
Through Tickets to New York and Philadel
phia, sold at all the nrinclple stations and bag.
gage checked through.:
Trains are run by Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad time, which is ten minutes faster than
Pennsylvania it, A. Pine..
• • , 2 ; t G4ORGE F. GAGE,
H. P. Mavis, Gen. rrt: A Ticket Agent.
' ' #0,6i35 57
CIIRISTAIAS! CHRISTIEAS I
GAN . O7X. D POT,.
. ..‘ ion'kOltr# 04 1 1'4,
• BEADIIIA, PA., • • • • :
FINE CONFECT IONS ;
PLAIN AND 'FANCY CANDY,
8U94.11 . F1id12' •
, HUBER'S LEMON M.% CLEAR ,71:11.3 4 "
eukinnoß, , A* 11A11 114 • a*Aiiil46.
" Also, a large assortaleht rendi Tbys, x.
Lefts,. Candy, Baskets, Cake% retzels, Coco.
smut Candy, Cocoanut Bars, Cocoanut Stripa.
All will be sold eheatt.. G ive mos ball and eel
for yoursolvos. F. SOBER.
dee 16-11n1 •
43 13 1,141 73
AU NOW CLOSING OUT MY EIyI"IRE
2. stook of ~ , .
in order to reopen an entire new' and well so
looted stock, #t ~
No . . 312 Pears sfraef,llifirPerips Telli4l and navie s
where I will paylpartleger, sd,tioiAt to keen *ll
this latest *tyres of . • • , • • •' , • •
ZADVIcIP, MISSES' AND '
. , .4exp •..
and a. complete assortment of everything per
taining to the Millinery and Trimming line. I'
express my most hearty+ thanks for piss fai*"
and very ,respectfully sollelt the. contlnuitire. Of
the same. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lan 11-2uitl ' Mts9. Q. B."ICIILLICR.
LACKS ASSISTANCE : THE . 'WRONG THAT NEEDS RESISTANQE,I!
ItEADING,"r,A., lONDAY AFTE4NOON, FEBRUARY 18694
TEOCOcIC do ORTU. .
001140/ 7 81M0114 And 11114/4" . Stratt,
Hu. militantly , au hand , and sett at reaboaaMt
LUMP. BROKEN. za9, Ji 'a row; OOAL. it
CHESTNUT AND BITUMINOUS Ood.L. •
HICKORY. and OAK WOOD,.
LIMB OD 4 , 04P.iir13030 WOOD it TUX,
Air dafivar trio dubs titalditaaqita r tili
tho city. 1•01 w
,; I •
lAPls : l ll 4E i gg i lleairs eattg l atn
of itkiiitr o alizig ri a&si
i v i ttbV, e pri gle
40014 se IlLgarleikettloa far ite e llettiale awd WOO* ;
tr b ogrge t e a l: r a i l I thoet= o , olpietuts for wekt ,
•;.t•• • • t , •
0 04 . b i nd‘di):VAiAie; Gligti.tra#o4l4 l fti
'Gout, Yeivout ib litflamtnittol Pair' ~ ,;
Ne!trahria, Ifeclach?, rains in
side:l)mi Or . • • •
oln lief n it s : Zit iTa l e? Arals e nq i
whre v ikvityr t i i Aki b trt i V oo teguito u s go t i
geolnisticimig u qf k ir le c it" libiatelits of the '
P 34005 ' 06148 per BOttIO•
t Nor Bale at the Booxsioizi t
BIB: rAit & 00. e • •
'„ • it::
/1.00 A. M.
12.15 A. M,
7.00 ?. M.
6.10 A. M.
ROUSE FURNISHING GOOD + ,
TIN MATES, RIIEET IRON,
BADDLEfiY, &a., &0., &o.; &o.
- No. 612
PAWN STREET, READING, Pd.
-CCH , , •
'GERMAN AND iIIiOLD3II.TPXIII
:1 For salCaiplel
i-.. ' I.ziouo.l3ooiBviitz.
Walt tiATIONAL ,
SIOTTAC TIN , 00 fif_OLLOW-WARP LK
poluum or,rms uirr O,PIizADIO.
•g.. • , ,
:, t ..: SCANADEL.'
'ilt PENN . . ' r, STREET/ '
Would gall thantOritlen et 4.1il putlig to hie istri
Kook of Parlor. Mee imitiokilljt kitalfaßßlSlg t n
Tiskjaollowiros awl: U9vjall e ping foods 010017
Roollom and Spouting promptly attended to a
be lewslit Ploy. Give plet * dal. (nor 27-Ihnoe
THIRD ,41+11) PENN VS.
Coiitihiint the prhletpat
$5l Penn Btreet;'.'s,
, HOMER, OOLLAW & 00.0
818 and 820 Chestnut St..
Sates le Conitisetio•
Bongs, . .
1.114"$'1. WRITE OCIODSI.O 4 .
'llo3l,Kit t lf a ciLovas,
• . •
• ir 4 ,e d g ,
•„. ' I
H :14,44 to the 'lila, repotallon of th H
eir ow it
le Ooodlosq to (MO tam ofistraoter of their
& Co. woutit mofoly ottlito tbit their ,
MUST BE SOLD
Prepitatary. to raison/Ito their
1 Chestnut:soo'o l ,oo'A WOO,
• HeVe never beei surpassed in Philadelphia
ENDLESS , VARIETY -
Of texture In medium priced geode, as well ae the
OHOIOEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
C. .t Co. would advise all doalrous of obtain•
tng , ,
J • I
To lose no time before inspeetleg their - stook,
cellos issured tbet tlAto
At whtoh tho onttro stook win bi dhuiosed of
(.SW Nti\ki VL,S, .
, ,iII4.IOLXIZED OLAT,II MANTELS? .
And every description of
SLATE WORK TILING &C .. 3
~ On hand and made to order.
THESE BEAUTIFULSLATE MANTELS
Are superior in appearance, more durable, ?Jai
it:topples of Marble. Heft and cheapest in the
United States. 1
_Grates, Loin . Down and Common,
Parlor andOilice Orates for liken or'SOFT COAL.
Baltimore Improvod Fire Place Stoin,
Beat tiro plieo Heater made.
Waiwt Air , Begisters and Ventilators,
TERRA COTTA; WATER AND DRAIN PIPE,
arcurxEr TOPS, &CA ,
FACTORY' .AND BALZBROOMEI, •
Noe. 401 and 403 North Sixteenth Street,
Above CallOwblll, • • . •
wig 1-431 a) TILLSON A AI IZZBIt.
U. MARSAL'S OFFICE,
E. D. OF PROINSYLYANIA.
• PAlLAtlsurata Jan. 19, 1869.
'THIS IS TO.OIVE NOTICE :-THAT
on the 16th dayof January, A. D. 1869, a War
rant in Bankruptcy was limed against the estate
Josiah Hearing, lately hf the firm of J. 8. bash
Co., of Philadelphia; and formerly co-partner
with John A. Langden as 'J. A. Langden ds
Company at Alexandria, Virginia, Of Phila
delphia; in the County of Philadelphia and.
State - of Pennsylvania, who bas been. ad
judged a Bankrupt, on his own petition ; that the
payment, pf spy debts and delivery of, any pro:
party belonging to finch Bankrupt, to him, for far
his tun), and the transfer of any property by him,
are forbidden bt law; that the meeting of the
creditors of WO said Bankrupt.' to' prove their
debts, and to choose one or More assignees of
his estate, - will be held at ationrt of Bankruptcy,
to ho holden at No. 131 South Fifth street, (second
door) Philadelphia, before Joseph Mason,Esq.,
Register, on the igth day of ebruary, A. I).,
1869, at o'clook, A. M.
P. C. ELLMAKER,
Jan 93.-3tl ' Marshal. tu4Messenger.
NOTICE IN •lINIIIIIMPTCY.
LALTICAeTeIt, Jaituary 1
. ' 18811.
MIL'S IS TO GIVE NOTICE
leh tke Bth day of January A. If., lAA War-
rant in Bankruptcy was tattled againetth Betute
of WILLIAM IL SPD.NCILEB, (who was ' also*
member of the liras of Boas & Spangled', formerly
of Beading, Pennsylvania.) of the township of
SadsbUry, in the county.of Lancaster, and Kate
of Pennsylvania; whO has been adjudged a Bank,
rupt, on his own petition) that the payment of
any debts and delivery of any prOperty belong
ing to such Bankrupt, to kim, titan
for his use, and
the transfer of any property, by are fOrbid
den by law ; that a meeting of the CreditOrg Of
the Said Bankrupt. to prove their debta,and to
•choose'one or more assignee* of **estate, will
be held at the Court of BaultiuptCy, to be holden
at the office of the: ILegister,‘lfo. 0 South Queen
'street, in the city of Lancaster, Pa, before Amos
SLavumicsa,'Register, on the 80th day of
January, A. D,, 186 Msg.,
9, at 11 o'clock, M.
• JOSEPH GAINTNEB, :
• ; Dep. U. B. Marshal, 9th distr . i ct, Pa.,
labiSdf! • • •as Meslengsr. •
W.114)08.4L8 AN]) REPAIL.
reirz simscßlßEßs HAVING
bought the Old established Llidessy Store of
A. U. Peocock, and having added a urge ,new
stock of goods, would call the attention of the
public to their largo assorttnent of •
a s UCIAB , % COPPX. I / 44
YRolli i • • . •
"ki.llo • 1
• ; : & artgas i Mits.
Aran-sital assortnioot of <MAW &QtrgENs;
WARS, which they omit for sale at the lowest
pflAket psifeirs i!' 144 : 4414 , 'di
*Ol4 &Mitts lfifth Stree next door to tbo
Yellows' Nall !week's Ohl 111111t4. reb,
pRIVATB SALW,LiVeIIIBE SOLD..
.111. at private sale the wad Aft Alire , ,, at
withtwo.attrri 4 i o f pyr,Z 1, .AR t
With two Xtery 4tie . elt Boilsitng; twO4stik _ ,
Mick Stable And Lot , Ornhad, trithaVeSATl
West of North Sixth . t Izatye.s.n4 vit t !
ledlttNetehill fe et p Qr i 'lrd in talt7t tri
'ob. 2°3 ) 44/ ", 11 1 114 • 8 i° &I ts)" 6 V 1140001,:
,depth c ~. - . 44 8 &LI
, Pi. Xi NOM liLith St,. liteadielh Tea,
Jan Id-StW o .'. H* " • ' ._-
IC E IS' HEREBY GIVEN,
'that Charles Lean,' Committee of Ann Wan •
a lunette, hasktiresented his petition , to pa
Court of Couunon Pleas of fierkitiounty.Yrsrulf
49 'be discharged from his said trUbt-4ikud that
he will bet tiNetunled on the Srd day of rebrtuirf
next,'uuless cause he' &own to the contrary on
or before said day.'
U 41640 - • rtt,X;ioeQtArY•
• ' • • • = • •v etasoAalr 41. 4 ISt.
ARESOLUTION )VAS PASSED BY
tho Hoard of thiaDooglata Ydthtal Lite Stook
A q•soolationi ot A llerits,o9uat t y lf pat . tatty , le;
sure llorSee 40 'MO as - 1114eren and'ltttY'
dollars (t 250). This re.4olil PA to take effect on
and after Marck k ur ., •. !.„
By Order of tbo oard.
. Jan 211-3tl •81 6W. FISHED, itoorefatiri,
0 : n IS rfr./4 -4
o'r . , • , ,Y G
at the uutletatimed I.loutintetdOneei „ .
pointed by tbnUoprz ,CoMeion Pleas Qt ISOM
county, to 'marshal /Wets • and *nate 1s u•.
lion of ptoceede of Sherla l igl 1 Q5•4! PX O Pext,Y of
James Dautriebyof .tll9 UV of Iteeillow
meet all•partles Interested In said dist il at lon
on Friday, February 19, at i P.. 31 , his • 061011 1 ;
No. 29 North tllatla street, Nesidlng. • •,!
BIWA EU S SUALTBE, ContralsslOnef. 3
aItADOW ' Min. *5 tOrni f • ; •'•
1 03TA.TE1 - OR, JO I B , t
440 5 /ate of 11111elher8 tOnneklp, Berke county,
deceased. Let ere of ; Adudillstrattolf to the et
tate ef the
Pouted deenenti have %eon
granted to subscriber: !ki n t
persons lade ted
to 804 estate aro requested to metro linnitattate
payntoot i 40.4111m0 htiving claims Will i grtgoilly,
then? properly autllent lotted, for Nett) tot: , )
. • • - AAO 1/I“)IPPEL, Astuants retor.
Jan 14. t 1., RMbegonfikr, 94 *OR 00., P/14
' .4 B';'4i:TE piiiAvAt,Ll4g it,' 0110Alirg i '
late bf Multi tOrnship; aittietultA. 'Notice
ie tabby gtven, hat biettenr ef Aduitalstratton.
have been granted bpbe' ahoy* named estate
to Iperi U. kneads. of, h e same, tOwnsidir. An
personk fintebted tb sald deatent, are reqbekted
'to matte prompt payment to the AdOttn istrator;
and those *he haYO PhY oleilms ;Nialoet tecearee
will Mosel) present, Worn, properly autbentleet
ted fosNtifltiment. . Lvuu. 1111/ API3.
473,41ereligned, appoletsd by the Cqurt' Of COtn.
wort Pleas of Berke Oounty, to'iidll the ankonne
of Jucob G. Hill, Assignee of • Jonathan\ 1 / 1 11, ,
of Hish/enereek. ttanehip, Berke •: county,
add IV, Waite distribuslon: of thd: halaninr
e~uainog In' VHS bands 'of , trier.' aisslgnee,
ldrekt'gives`notlels that ho ; will meet! all per.
Sons interested In said estate, on Tuesday, the
Bth day of Yobrunry k at / 'o'elook In Alio after
noon, at his °Mee' in tho city of /Wading.
rto ' i tAILROAD. CONTRACTORS.—
Pio anis will bt.reoblved:itt Mauch Chunk;
P woo+ vania ) uptii'io.brofiry 17th i X 869, for ,the
Graduation and linsonry, of the Neequelioning
Ve/loy Railroad, "Dieluding • the tipproliebee .01
Neimplohoultig tunnel. • ' .
• Bpeoliicatione and informAtion, as to the work
In uotail. may be o_l?tained on appliOation at tbe,
Engineer's Disco, Mauch Chunk.
Jan *4O r J. 11. 111.00IRIMAD t President.
•1 at public vale, on i l'hitisday, Folirunry,
at the residence. - of or, r. J. Tryon, hi 'Meter,
township, Berta county 1 (about "1 Or Ibliniw be"
low Stonersville) the milowlng periplonl pre"
, , ' 2' 4
A pttit of black mateneti pnrses, 1 liityttSttitig
bores one stralvbertyrrOan mare' colt,: ised by
itoutigls Arabian stallion lillly, liustaplla, three
years ; 5 cows, all hi profit, 4 heifers and one
year and a half old bull;' all Durham - stock; 1
Southdown bunk, full blood, which drew the first
at the Berke County Agricultural
Fair in led 8; 1 two horse wagon with patent spin.
dice, 1 light horse wagon, 2 sulkies, I pair of bay
'ladders, plows, harness, shoVel barrow , grain
'cradle, scythes and poles, splitting , axe and
wedges, 4 sets of Yarkkee harness, 4 check lines,
fly - nets, blind 'halters h and' collar., double and
single trees, log and cow chains, forks, rakes,
cue Chestnut rails ledstealls, chairs, 'stoves,
kitchen furniture, and many other articles.
Sale to OOMMOIICO at 14 o'clock : lC, when terms'
of sale will be made known•by
P. J. TRYON."
AMOct ltaryorairotti. Aaotloneor. • Clan 504 t
LIU-U.6IQ SALE.—WILL 1.3 E SOLD AT
pnblia Sale, on Thursday, the 4th da3. of Peb.
ruary, A. D. 18M/,.by the 'subscriber, in Mittel.
berg township, Ildrice county, the following per.,
Bonal property to wit :
5 Work horse s, two of which aro mares with
foal; and one of them is 4• yours old,' an. extra
horse; Unite, one 2 years' , and the otlatw,r, year.
slg, 6 mach. cowsi some heavy e4tlvep, 2
heifers, heavy with cniveS; 8 you g rhelferts, I
steer; 1 durharn bull, 2 ealVos, 11 broad • Wheeled
wagon: nearly, riew t A, nerFew Wheeloal wagon,
with two extra wheels, 1 wagon body, 2 Botta, ana•
nure beards 15 pIOWS,. tiro "Of Which aro new, 1
large and 1 cultivator, 2 pinharrows,,/
threshing machine, (Nancy ' s patenty farming
mill; 1 grain ralfe;l' imam bench, 1 , haul roller,
2 sett bay ladders (I pair new), u setts wagon bar,.
neap, blinds, halters, halter ehains, tow chains,
log and fifth Obtains, rakes; manure and piteli
forks, I large • manure' hook, hay by the ton;
grain cradles, mewing 04400, I cooking stove,
whit pipe,* 1 grind stone, 1 bed and bedding, 1
side saddle, lot planting potatoes, 1 copper kettle
(that holds a barrel), , one double edged . rolling
knife, and' a grdat variety, of farming utensils
and household furniture, too numerous to
Sale to cortimenee at lOoleloek, A. If., on Said
day, when conditional Will be made known by
lan 164t1 REUBEN
TO ALL 'P.O11180118 , V0,(1.8'11NED.
'lVtri l ICE gBY GIVER, THAT
AAt e followlug aeoounte have boon pled lu
tho °Mee of th'e
,for the county
of Berke, and tilatillo limas will »e presented to
the Ortillana , ,Vouri for confirm atloni O to u Saturday
Lim 20th day of reVVII4 I 7 1 / 9 iti ./ o'olook A
If., at tbs Court Howe , In tne,ulty 0 'Reading.
Flied December Ye. Account of Samuel Gass,
Administrator of Elias Geiea, deeease4,,Who waa
bluardlan.or Daniel gets.
Flied December O. Account Or Ephraim Lofik•
and 'John 8. Denier, Exedutote of Michael Long,
deceased, why. was Guardint), of John tabor;.'!
Filed Deoember 31. A,eenunt of Elizabeth
port. Guardian of Edward N. Johnson. •
!lied Januiry 5: ' !Lefty - fiat of Jacob' S. Gilbert,
Executor of id IV I y Gilbert, deceased.
Filed January 5. Account 151 Willifetn Zie.
trier And Peter D. -Ziemor, Administrators of
Peter Ziemer, deceased.
ylled January 6. Account of Eugene VleMiag,
Executor of Behettaatoltcloceased,
riled January 9. Acco unt of David Oringi
Guardian of William liemig.
Fled January II Aecoun of Salnuel Bathlnati;
Administrator of John Grifilth, .debeeeed:
FllPd January 12.. AccOunt of Petal' Flast#l . ' and
Ephraim Drelbelbis , Executors, of Peter Plater,
• Filed January 12,, Account of John B. Romig,
Administrator Of Nathan Frey, deceased. .
Filed January 18. Account of Bonneville Bait
barer. Executor of .
- Balthasar, de.
Piled January 18. Account of 21161101 as Heck
otans Guardian of Satn ma itothenbargor. •
tiled January 107:Acccunt of Nathan Bpohn,
Administrator of Dinah, Bpohn. deceased.
Piled 'suntan* la. AccOurit of , Christian • Bit&
saman.Onirdian of Lewis Heuer •Ifohn. •
junuary 19. 'Account .or or neUry A. Esti
tacit anti David lt. Eshbacb, Administrators of
Christian Eshhich, dectlised.•
Wiled January 20. Account of Daniel L. Wag
ner and • Jared Henna, Adminitstr*Ors otJohn
Yilea January AO. Atikimit - of 'Sarah Bette,
Samuel Hartz and DanleltlummelrAdmintstra.
tore of Samuel Hertz, deceased.
ifiledJaniztary2o. Account of John Clemion,
Administrator of William Clemson (*.coated.
J. D. WAtifiltk, Register;
itgoisisals 0//1471. Jaen. 2r..1109-4t.
WANTED IMME ATELT. •
9 L C o llagt il ra li w i loi LL 4L '+itY. RYE
market price will be td(1: At the West hetling
/Machine 4444 Boiler • Arkl l .ll ;
Corner Seoenl and Chestnut str.ette,'
April 211-tf • • , •. • • llAsAing
aitt — Viittl i iiitit AND . ' MACHINE
h.A3l4P.—North.. 110041 r street, Reading: • All
kinds' of machinery ants Other castOgs. Machine
work by oxsiorienethl mnobinlste. Pattern work
b 7 the best . Pattern Makers.. Orden promptly
Ailed on reasonable terms. •
Out 10-602) es yymet, mviiatrii a to:
TEN„ , :cENTs,IEII,.WEEK,,,t,
'6N Nat '
If there be anything itter, unsightly s and ilt
tinguiehing Atari i'seterbiselened'and decay
ingteeth,.from which the tarter 'and iccuinulat
ad impuritiest ere never removed, but :suffered
tq remain and foul the breath, it is not known
tq modern society.: Teeth not only, beiketifr, and
adorn the human countenance, when dean and
regular, but they are most useful members in
our physical,economy; -"The beat of friends
fell out sometimes," and our teeth aro
ception. When kept, area% however, they lest.
longer, and remain more beautiful, A tuoder
ately stiff toothbrush should be used at least .
twice a day, with pi:dolma water. When 'this
treatment fails to predate the desired e.ffeet,
thendentritices may be resorted to. Ground
putnineetnna andcbarecal cocatch the , enamel,
and should not be tiSed. P . repared olialle Is ex
,cellent, and forme the baps or all into hest'.
tooth-powders. Common salt, ia often •ussed,
and is not. injurious. If rho teeth loose; a
little tincture of myrrh added to rho water
Kith which they are brushed will render the
gums more firm, - Should file breath be
pleasant, from decaying •liteth; the t prepateit
*bilk may be mixed with one ' thirtieth its'
*eight of chloride of lime. lid have your.
teeth attended to in tithe.bete good, profes
sional dentist examine lourleeth twice a year
at least, that he inay ilieccirer , and 'Afield err,
c'e# when' it is -not flit Adirfncesl, ii not
'tinker with ,your own teeth or these. of otherei
ait more , than you would tinker with the hair
spring of your owner another's valuablowatoht
let a professional lotend ' their in each'
PRIMITIVE BOOKKEEPINO.+4I4S Macon (da.), ,
Td eraph relates , thkfollowingt •
.• "We have just •beitin Winded ire African' but.,
tat and milk accoqntloquitinth, en'a slip of•
paper, as • narroW atkdi lon,001• Our etie ll : '
Long - marks, we arti'te 43, mole q.ustla o fmilk,
Mid short cools )
le !he aamel‘oei Mean Peunde
of butter: The sacimut ,4all be squired, and ,
Si receipt be taken t -4 throwing the bill into
the stove.' Thia kind Of aechunting puts es in
mind of the Tar ' River metchatit's bookkeep ,
ins. We dare say' some atocir 'old readers can
tell the titan ' s nipkifir; for' thci "tory is a trite
, Tar River did a tiliatif,inercantile bust
nese' fort" bei coutitrY•L—he was tith7hit'kept
his own books, but, could neither tied not
sprite. Ilia l maneer was to 'put the outlines of
the debtor's face at the top of the ledger, and
underneath were pen-pictures of th e articles,
purchased t or t where that was irnposFiblo,
some eatialistlo sign 'Which the maker minder..
"One day there waS i'dlikputed acnunt*
Purchaser was ehargedWitb a cheese which, he
denied buying. 'What should 1 want, wit a
cheese, when wo make:more at home than -we
can jet ?le. It iota tt pellet, and Tar River could 3
onlyisaiot itrrtply upon 'the - acearsor of hi. -
bottko. thera t ainithingl do.value myna
upon; It iirthe accarheY• ot - my books.' *lel
pessible,',saye (lebter. , 'lt .must be a. ' 4 Rapt
T r River ' . 'noW thihk crier whatYontliairebad
of Me, y ell, AL,}talre .vau a. wmisliel ttnee•
rhalfili t 't ;okra, "Good
leavegrOlaY B 'fiar aiver t Is it possible that in
cbargingtNat itladstone flOrgot Intike "
hele the kuid4_and entooki it for cheese?
Can bud!? 'credit inch"' kir error 'lit. Inv
books " ,
A STORY is told of McKean %chime, the
tragedian, who is said to \bo one of the lines
"poker"' players in the antic!. "While in Aus•
tralia l .a (ow years since, .sr, Ihicbanan bad ,a
sipeculative agent, who too tho m6O it the '
door And; generally .kept it. , Thu tragedian .:
couldn't well aft:4d to dispense with this man's •
services fig so tritliog a matter, se he Artfully
inoculated the speculative agent with n mania
for'this genie of poker, which is. said to, be eX•
tromely fascinating;aud when" the agenchnd •
captured all the money at night, Mr. Buchanan
would skilftgly and unfailing ly win it all nivny
from hire during the day .' this tranner
Buchanan reditased wrong,-killed time and in-
troduced this singular antlfttrPtivo,gatne into
tho mostqemoto cornera of the, eivihr.edglobe.
AN eliciting scone occurred the otter tidy tit
Alcazar, in!Spain. Millie. Rose Saqui, if rope
dancer, was performing comp jugglery feats,
balancing, daggers, lighted torches, &c., on the
tightrope, When' suddenly the cry, “You ate
on fireraroae front the audience, 'A pieee of
burning stuff fioin ono,of the 'lighted torches
had fallen - on her head and net her long heir on
fire. With one foot on the iron rope end on. •
other in the air, the woman' did not lose' her
presence of mind. She pa4ed her hand ovpr
her clothes and felt nothing. ".".61 , cheesti.tri
(in your hair!) cried the excited people. 'Millie.
tlaqui 'understood, and carting her hand to
her head, rapidly stifled 'the ,tire. She thon
continued her' performance, is if nothing had
HynapPumir,c,—A remedy for this horrible ,
disease is putted to hare been used with great
success for fi fty year by a German forester.
The method is ns folio is: The wound must be
immediately. washed w ith warm vinegar or tc•
pid water. and 'then .!carefully dried; a few
drops of .aulplitric acid must then
B bd poured
Into the place, and the action of.thoison, ; it
is asset:tad,: will be neutralized. The principle
of the 'cure woultseem to :depind upon the
Cautery of the acid, as' a substitute tor: the hot
iron, but the severity of-the riniedy }enders , it
highly dangerouiiescept in cues of extremity
like that of hydrophobia. The pain froin the
acid upon healthy tisane is intense.
Timm don't appearto have ast mild .weather
"out West" as we have had here this winter.
A paper located somewhere between` this and'
sunset, referring to that proHflo. topic-,4be
weather—asserts that the leg of a marble
etatde was frozen stiff: It is thought it will
bare to be amputated. Barbers' poles, signs
and litapposta *ere frozen off. The sir ..was
Ito sharp that in many eases it was ased to cut
up sausage meat. Physicians advised citizetut
ot to breathe until the edge was titian off.
A benevolent gentleman' id town was busy
night and day taking the edge off. ,110 had to
engage an additional bartender to assist him in
his charitable work. . . .
Tot PRIV4I1:11i (11g' ErOICEOPAMT. it 18 AS.
eerted, on the authority'of the Russian Legs
tiofi at Washington, bas not been forbidden in
chord/minions of the Czar: Oa ,'the contrary,
it when/wed !hat homceopatkv was never le a
more flourishing condition in that country.
The only,pepesition it tiketts is,frout the Facul
ty and medical autboritiee, and not from; the
Oilverament The Ministet of the Interior has
granted authority for the fo'mation of a socie
ty of homceopathier physietans at St. Peters.
burg. One of Ike wardil-orthii . hospital at
Warsaw (by the orders of the Russian 00Vern•
mont) him been given ap to hommtthictprac-
OPP!, „ .
•ot h as ei the
Meriteridl?iiineis to plowing. ' - •
—A Parisian connteri recently died'from A
poisonous HI Lite on ibe nose.
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