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THE luny EAGLE.
READING . ; PA. '
• FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1809.
Tue prppiiato'is of the- 1L''.61,1 hereby
give notice that they have not ti me to no •
tie() every cur that barks at them
PIIKAIDX.: 1 T.1011*IN'Elt141111rOr8 in Nash.
villa are to give him a reception upon his
arrival, there, whiftthe hero of Greenville
is expectcd,to inalto a speech and "define
his views.",—j'hf/o. North ilinertcan.
What.changes jvill come over the spirit
of men's dreams. Seven, six, five, four,
aye, den .but
, thren. years ago, Andrew
Johnson was the iMpersonation of "loy. , ; 1
alty" and patriotism, according tv Radi
cal teachingi. Rut Andrew. Johnson'
proved true to the oath of his high office,
he bad respect' for and defondcd'the Con
ntitution :Which ho had sworn to support,
and for this Radical hate and malignity
will nder furglVO him. They - sneeringly
*call him " the liera of Greenville," but
foiget his self-sacrificing and earnest do
votion to country when It rehuired more
than lip i patriotista to he a Union man in
'Tennessee. The official, and editor of
the North knerhati, who " went a fish
leg" when the President ,of the United
Staten visited Philadelphia, no that he
should not bq called upon to pay that req•
pea due to tho Chief .Magistrate of the
nation, in the proper sort anti individual,
wo admit, to sneer at and ridicule
drew JollllB°lo Lip service, noiny bel•
lowings at street contort], and pretty after
., dinner speeches, are the best .possible
evidences of Mr.'ex•Mayor MeMiWittoPa
"loyalty;" but to oxpose ono's Orion to
tho'onotnyin bullota, go right , down .into
the midst of the rebellion itnelf, (nee the
storn mon of the fiouthorn Confederacy,
anti toll them that ho aim true,to and was
willing to die for the Unio,n anti tho Con.
,stitution, are characteristic, only of a man
of the Spartan virtue, heroism and patri•
(Aim of Andrew Johnson I The one a
'ntay.at-home coward and noisy declaimer
against "copperheads" and other, Union
men; the other a true patriot, who faced
danger in the "times that tried men's
souls I" Thia is the alight difference bo.
tweet; Morton McMichael and Andrew
Johnson.! , What think you, 'reader, o
the two men r We know that .each and
every ono of you ,will declare in favor o
the 4oro,Statosman and Patriot, Andrew
PORK AS FOOD.
The recent deaths trom trichina in
Now York are creating some excitement
amongst pork eaters, as they should do,
and many persons will reilice at the
growing prejudice - in this country against,
the use of the floshysuch a filthy nn4
disgusting beast as the hog. How it
can be otherwise than Unhealthy wo fail
to perceive, and how any person who is
able to obtain any other food Gan relish
such an abomination, is strange indeed.
It is asserted that persons 'who totally
abstain from pork aro free from consump.
lion and, scrofula.- Whether this is true
or not we cannot shy ; but wo have no
doubt that the flesh of swine, under their
present habit of living, is itbsolutely, in.
jurious to any ono not having the diges
tion of an ostrich, to say nothing of tho
groat deng i hr pf a horrible death . by the
myriad worms which abound in the car
cass of the filthy ',toast.
Tho New York correspondent of the
Phila. Ledger says:
"A sensation was created on Tuesday
afternoon by a statement from the' Coro•
nor that several deaths occurred last week
from trichina apiralls. No tower than
seven eases occurred in a German boaid
ing house in Carlisle street. Of those,
two proved fatal; the others , aro under
treatment at the City Hospital.
"A piece of flesh, it seems, was taken
from the arm of ono of tho deceased, and
on being subjected to a miseroseopie ex
amination, was ,found to contain myriads
A proper regard for health should
cause all perfume to be exceedingly care•
ful in tho use of pork. If it is used at
all, lot it bo cooked very thoroughly, and
partaken of in moderation, although ono
would imagine that the !pally. recent
deaths from trichina would dissaudo
prudent persons from the ulb of such a
dangerous article of food.
".18 001. D doclining in value?" asks
the . Dispatch. We auswor—lsto; gold has
ono fixed, immutable value l atal it is only
tho fluctuation in the supposed value of
the presoak worthless paper currency,
that causoi the so•called "variation in the
price of gold." Instead of saying that
"gold is above par," tho proper oxpros•
sion would be "greenbacks aro below
Tits Allentown Daily News appears to
us to be a pretty hood sort of paper, at
least what little wo have seen of it. o
Nen might, however, occasionally give
credit to tho DAILY EAOLN for tbo articles
it takes troin it and publishes its its own.
"Saturday Evening Thoughts" was oil.
ginal with the &au; and if it was worth
copying, it was certainly worth giving
credit for. We do not like plagiarists
of any kind or sort.,
Tiq 13. ti. Government has lost seven
million dollars by secret miles of gold,
through favored brokers, by tho Treasury
Department, nd tho brokers have made
twenty million dollars by tho operation.
How long will our pooplo submit to bo
voted by this oitrgvagant horde of Radi
cal thieves? .
Onovhs.—+Many of the Radical news-
Tapers are fiercely berating 'President
:fohuson for giving up the bodies of the
assassination conspirstoxii!,:fbe, yen.
ounce ihst would wroisto4dlf tho
ashes of the dead, intisk4,),ktb , infernal
in its 'clsrseter. 11400,1tilloit'leaderA
. ItAtucAr. newspapers aro !iiiitioueli; (Es%
t \ it
cussing the:following (pioll: i'l ileorgia
has a right test her. illectora `- te,. is
she not outitlot to repr!isentatio ' eon.
il k maie
great?" As al( answe ':i . othe itsi stion,
trotn . .`disinteieited, p "
.es, ar :;in the
rtiailveytheiwis a little le ahegi
.which the Radicals did not foresee. In.
the language Of Sti 'Welton 131cOtt : .r.--
,• i "Ohiwbat a tangled web.we weave
YLen first wo praotice fo dobolvo.ll
A posy nnd•dumb youth is now serv
ing mit his third term in a Massachhaette
'All .---- Aga; Lector. -- - . • - ..`::
Why' does not the' ..Piepaleh, go ,)afro
hysterics over this ease, as it did over,
that of the idiot incethliary at Oro Aline
,floutiel' Is it because lilisinuhusetts iii
'"loil " andllerks 611114' is iimmooratio?
jr.wrrliztr, :iiiiiiiiiiii. iitiiim:iipiiii.'
Ilsti. or Reuss Ov ilePittSll:ktriTiVES l
HARRIBBURQ, Feb. 16i 180:
;Mews ROW d: Co., .Eclilote' 'Reading
Daily Eagle r • • - ~,
Clictermisa My attention 'has ,heen,
tolled to an editorial in one of the Rend
ng dailies of the. 12th lost, which is• an
unwarrantable and unjustifiable attaisk,
•epon my character •as a!irate citizen
end a member of the II se of Assembly.
l'ho language used in article it; Untie
coming end discredita e to any gentle
man connected with the •editorial frater
riity. That my publin acts are fair anbjeets
for newspaper criticism 'I do not'attempt
to deny; .but my "word of honer;"'in
either my' public •or initiate relation's; is
not to •be impugned. Nor will I perainit
it to be. ,
In regard to the passage of the bill
the sale of the burial ground Of the Ger
man Reformed •congregatidn , 'of the city
Of Rending, I have this to , say:t,
Just before the passage of ,the .1411, I
was waited upon by two ef the gentlemen
who nro on the committea'olected liy the
church. They distinctly stated to me, in
presence of two of my.colleagues, that all
the diflicultierf•which had heretofore ox•
flied had bean amicably.adjusted x and
that' there was •no • division ! whatever
among the parties interested!:' It' was
stated at the same titrttthatldr. MAN,:
would not in any manner oppose the pas ,
sago of the bill, and that he was perfectly:
willing to abide by the decision of, the
congregation of the cluirch. k
When the gentlemen on the Pea of the
committee, called, 41(M me, they handed
ins the proceedings of the meeting of • the
church of the dt on the ,pteviouS
Mbliday evening, together 'with other no.
ceSsary documents. They'Pledged me
their worse of honor, that thelustter wins
nll right. An interview took plebe, at
which. I was present, between these two
gentlemen. The explanations being mu . ;
tually satisfactory, I took charge of the
bill and had it passed through
, --- 1
under a suspension of the rutes.. : ..
II was not aware at the time that there
any objection to the bill on the •pait
of the members of the church, being led
td this belief 13. V the statement made to
my colleagues and myself. '
• I confess I was somewhat surprised, 'a
few days after the passage of the bill, to
learn from Mr. Illekley ) and another gen
tleman, that they
• wore opposed to its
becoming a law. I had every, reason ,to,
suppose, previous to this:tin:lo, that .Mr.
RiokleY would not place the least obstacle
in the way of the passage of the bill. This
is a plain and truthful statement, of my
connection with the church . matter. I
noted throughout with the purest motive's,
as I could not, either directly dr indirect
ly, have any ieterest in It. ~ : . , . .
Now, ns to the Water Frontage hill,, on
'which • the Reading daily lays so imich
stress, I deny that I ever .pledged my
"word of honor"' to either vote for it or
against it. The assertion of 'the- editor
that I did is a wilful and malici6us false
hood, and I brand it as 8310 h• X nm
somewhat amused at the other Assertion,
that, unless a bill meets the approval of
any ono single member, the other Repre
sentatives should be careful hoi they vote
uon it. This ie simply ridiculous: I
will not allow any olher\rember to die
to to me how I shall vote on nny, Mph
sure that may present itself. - , ' • •
lam (responsible to my ' c o ns tituents
alone for my votes. My record Speaks
for itself, mid I tim willing to Stand by it,
Believe Tile, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
If. Bnoder. .
The `47ltorking People.
Tice marble cutteri‘of New York are
making preparations to demand $4 50
for nine hours' work, Theylnow receive
$4 n day for ten hours' Work, There
are two hundred and fifty marbie'efitters
in Now York, ono hundroil and!twenty
live of whom pro organized into a trade
The Master Builders' Assooiation, of
Nx4w York city, has unanimously adopted
the following regulations in reference to
Article 1. The term of apprenticeship
for boys shall not be less then four years,
and wo recomniond that ail employers
take as many apprentices as their busi
ass will warrant.
Article 2. The apprentices shall be
well and uniformly remunerated at the
following rates :—For the first • year,
$1 25; second year, $1 60; third year,
$2; fourth year, and for the' remainder
of the apprenticeship, $2 60 per day.
Should the wages of thejournefteen ad
vance or fall below the present rate of
five dollars per day, the association claim
the right to advance or reduce the tia4CB
of the apprentice in the proportion with
the increase or the reduction of the joui.
'laymen's ; wages, in the third year, and
the balance of the apprenticeship only.
One dollar of the weekly earnings of
the apprentice for the first year may ho
101 l with the employer-or be hold by him
until the expiration of the term of ap
prenticeship, when the same shall be
paid over to the apprentice with lawful
interest to date.
Article 3d. NO master mason shall no.
cept the, apprentice of another, unless at
I the request of the master himself, when
temporarily unable to employ the appren
lice or for other 'reason eatitlfactory to
Moth parties. In case of ratirOtrient from
basilic:is, or the death of a master; the
officers of the - association shall find eta
ployment for the apprentice; where ho
can finish the term pf his apprenticeship.
Nothing in the aboie shall be construed
to prevent any Outer mason treat tak
ing ariy. loung man who wishes to go un
der instruction, provided he is not an ap
prentice to a master atitiOa.
There shall lie an arbitration commit
tee of five, apftinted in the usual way,
to take action on all Rattail of differ-,
once arising between an employer and
an apprentice. •
Each master shall make 'it his duty to
afford the apprentice the benefits of the
Apprentices Library, es well. as Abe
drawing'qiehool of the Mechaniep, and
Traders' 'Society; or any'other institution
in this city for their benefit. The nitrite
of all apprentices, their: ) residentkage
and-nativity, 844 to whont apprentmed t .
as well as the names of the apprentices
already in our employ, shall be entered
in a book by the' secrOarY•
• AV the expiration'of th e apprentice
ship the master shall provide the appVen ,
tine with aeortificats, signed by btmsetr
and countersigned by. the officers &the
PUOOICEDINGS oV CONOI3ESp. l i
A - , ~:,,,; ;A vAin -,fiiix,,Feb. W.... , 1
i\ lii the Send,e, ills tiere • reporteit to 1
o rage , the 'di `of steamskip s,
. estab 'oh n erica's JitleAkr
teatint ips, t rop and relatiorto
L eaptu .4w int-- nt's ftWliii:
the passage to Tee Orleans. ' ''-'".--;'•-•'• :
: Th 6 VirithhiElialliii tort iiiiiiikOrrel;
w it il ' a iiiiiij b cial,i) ft. all 3a 0 'TA; IT l,
Adverse reports wero.mtee on the bill 1
to create apttmentiof o, ,
' ' if 4 i Atv ,
proposing'aff le toial C o llege, tribun al,
litta - pandit* llier'fibieft - ofccliiiiiii - 6tictl'
tnont forvortiin,quflitl t itr„rt,tq'etfuty t tif
Claims. ". .: ;
• Mr. 'Thayer intriAticed ii )ill requir i ng
the planting of trees oli,lioitleftbad 5°4'19-
,thenti. l, . • ' ' • o • , •
•, •,,,,,- ••.• ~,:i.i in
ThO'.risohilib ' to pay,' PitiatOrs frf.)tn,
the rteedu r strii telle,Stated . .fit. I ,oe fnii
term' of the Vor !nth COligrese 'Wei' die.
Bussed.' '.. , '... - ... •
• .• ~ . .e, I'6 4 7
The; ' lndigo . AppfoprAtion' ,Inll;,lyp,S,
,oiip . iol,eied:
•• ', , ,
,„. , ,,
'.The dFedentqt1 0 'if Autti,.o.Whr .1 191).t.
I§ . enaior elect from /Ale ; were p,rpsetjPid:
the llpinfo'ilindingbill . W,aa ag(o4‘t?
in 'evening. session. ';, • ~,i,. : ,
,:j c , •,,,,
&n the Itouse ; ',the Y,;leptiOn (qtrAmitt,oo
rep6rted.tbat Thom, Nt . A . IlaMilt.on,
clalniing,a Beat , as Reproseettitlx,4l4,l4Xso
prom T4innessee' tras poi entitled to,it;
;tne 1 • .i. t n m -
tilt came pp - on a motion to reconsider
, the vote liying it on tho tablis ; land its,ro-.
. c onsideraileit . ,, was.'.,,agreed 7 , (),. ,4f.l•,Cr,
some parliamentary tactics; the bill wa s
recommitted ; with instr,tietions tliatt ,it bo
forthwith reportdil buck ' with 00, rst
threwseetions and,l'ilr;: i pburia l o nolpini
meat as a fourth. ,'('ho
,ill, being ao ro
portodi.rinilospo(ll y i cas4ctl, nap :77. ,
The Artify,bill was,considered in '
ding segsion.. :
Pqlir r> V ANIRIA '
HAttitisnotto, the SoAate l
a nutnhir of bliis-
Fisher, ono' relative io prOccOingti
ill the sekeral . courts' of this 'c l oTnO,11:.
wealth; providing that a'pnityin zqterictst
in a case before any COnit
‘rioas OF Distriet,CotiFt,conipcise4 of t
President • an . st one or tnisrgs:AsOci*:e
14(iges, if he thinks it would be prejudi
cial to have it tried fietere:ani i)artionlar,
JOldge t it can be triad by t44otheii - 4 406,
Ir. Pavia, . One regnlr 9 i the. lSie
'ticalserer Co pay ii'4rmet'4 4 'Nation
itt!,lhink of Rdaog sitopq,:b:eiljg 4p i)or
cent. on the oieeps otgold furnnsfied he
State in aedordapee with an act approved
Ipth January, and the, Supplement
thereto, by the said bent( TthilsFoperaiing
aft a State bank.' '; " •
Att% McCandless, One supPlerapntal'Y to
the act to coneolidate t :hce.; the laws rola. :
ting to portal proceedings and pleadings.
In the tionse various reports of
nitttees were recei , i.'cd. ,
'!The whole of theipssion; hothinorning,
Lind eining ? ‘9lll3 ocpplea in gonshipring
tliekienerat ApprOprigtiOn Nll. '
• I likVrati teb. 18.—The Captain Ciop E
eral has issued a deree 'tinder which all
aitban ports, where thatch - are no:eastern
onses, are to be closed. ,
. ,Twenty yecaptured Spaniards have ar
rived here, including Uchida, :ex-Gover
nor of Bayaino,,and nePlieti. to, ex-Cap
ta)a General tLersundi and Colonel Lone.
•Culonel;Qtiiros has.arrivied at4iguani
frOta Santiago, haying feught, his,Way the,
'whole diet ice. Count Valtnaseda is at
X t iguatil. The insurgent Chiefs are ; con.
a ntly on the ni4vo. • •
A. despatch from Segue; the:l7tl4 _lags
Were is no sug ar in that marketcand that
tlieinsurgent had , burned the - railroad at
Cruices. I - . ,
lAdviees fr oth Gnaniantii "stale that
stigar is'arrlving rapidly, and' that 'three
'mole have cleared for New York: The
presence of, the „insurrection reduces the
dop, 20,000 hoisheads, and no tobacco
con he procured.
!A despatch filial Manzahillo 14th; says.
Colonel .I.,Oneo's 'Dolman has arrived from
Ilayarno with 1000 refugees, : mostly
men and eltildre4. The troops were
harrassed'all the way by the indargentii;
The column was to -leave on the 18th
with a conveyance, to bring the remain.
der of the refugees from "Imam,
' Two "geutlomen', ,worn recently sen
tenced in London ,to live, yearn' 3mpris4
°ftment ! , with'bard labor, for fiayingmil.
fully damaged a railway carriage' on :the
Doyer au4 Chatham • 11,silr.oad. Jlil . po i
cuniarq offarkwero irpfusecl. pointr i bfaak
:The Senate:Foreign Committee yestor•
day agreed unanimously: to teconareend
the rejection of the 2 Alabama Claims
Treaty. They agreed to report ! favorably
'upon, the satgralisattou and San , Jubn•
Treaties. 'r r.
'The 41144 yeaterdAy mfirtlied several
noreinallona, among i them A.. B: Banks;
to be Indian Agent ittiplacesof Wynkotop )
resigned., ' • '
James P. Babcock has been nominated
for Congress by the, Democrats of ,the
Second Co'nnceticut Diairict;
!rho .Newfonndland, Legielaturop 14 4
vcito of b 34 to 8, haa adopted an addreda
favoring confederation with Canada.
The Delaware, 4ftokawarinek and Went-
pre. Railroad Company have' purehand
'the hip!r4i . mod , Ploez ;Railroad, , and sq.
edged a,porpopel lotyle
,of the, Oswego
rind yracuse Railroad. , • ,•
Ono hundred andapiOrlioyßn Cuban
refugees arrived at Key West on %dues-
James Weaver and Jf1131114, MeQuaril
were arrested it) Now York, few days
since, for the robbery sl2f l ooofrOm
• the National'Banlroi:New Windsor, krt.
'ryland. i1,95;i306 of ibil:btiods 'work TO Una
in their possoision t ratid tbOTlrdie ibster
daisurrenderqd to the aUthoritiei
In ; Troy, ttcW:torf
, t," . o . tiVedtpsday, ,
. • •
Joe) B. Thompson wmp` Oenteneed by
Judge Hogebpom 29 yeala 4/44,,
Months impripontnegt-in-, Clinton jal ) at
hard,lekor, for thliourdsr of Tbom as, H.
Bailey. A bill "of exception in. the case
bas been flidd.
lo tZ ro
''' 2 :$ 1 1 1 1110 1,
tie 51011 s'
` 11114$ voW 1n the- Awl&
6 b t :',0110 ilt!itiAb will Wtctecl
up. . is " ”fircifernl litUftpilici thM on
,•Cith or . bieszt diet . will become
acateiti, : ij eA nii*hetitbni t 1 ,,,, tionks
VlWiiiolo4P' 6l i anjt: licke4' . ''' '' ' ' 6 ns
il/ of- nos itiOi ti• at iliw.oz-.
coasum; Al& for•instanee r rainy, 46 merit,
,i9PRIP ofkci , TfiCtt,go9d XegoTkbas
4 11Yeilf tiegitaed, ' Allot his'itlrtiOYl, take ifo
eedence by virtue of their brevet. • ,
;r — mucakciri.s.
BRAVIIIWMITAITA4'S O II,OIIT4,
ruod:tgidtullittatfrelifte:giitiolgani:llla r t i
on hiondiVe l/t clay of ,t_tiareu next. at On t
1s L. t e,aße noon the annual election for
thirteen Di tfr *ill be held, Whet() all the
tneinhers - ore int itectl‘ho wish to perticipateja
the eaktolectioe, n hoc th? non.nitendince.
b - •• - ,•';' •W. N. PaTTRIGlift, SelPyi
IiTLON.LA-On lloturdan - the
4' lath a largo ',GItNV RUSSIAN
LOODIIOtINDI The tinder wlltreeelvo a
Haltahle reward by leaving .aahl Dog at
JAVA!' Solloir EN WS, Verner' Thlril • and
upcuotaiidlitrecto, (Lauera Garden)., , • •
A WPINTIOii, CAMPO Y," VIZOR
Iteichnent Reading Iteseryee,arn heret
by,tlntitlett tliAton, IftetUting for 11lb elect Inn
Aleilleors.ealkbe heti' at Aulenhnett'a Unli t
piY - BArdLUrhr Everatio• "Mit nt• O'dtock
llrflititlP4 7 .4t. is impottant Met nit Diemhbre
tare present at the penM
time herein oed.
13y order or ",; ,
TPSGAR it. CHRIST,
i Ozanne ecaflnTi , atnirngtn.
•T)EAU. matipg HALL
051 E AND 6it'ClfttE'GlilAt BAIWAIIV9
Onlts apo,Clo pp•Io Odor In splon(1,141 eiyk
,critic :S 'X . () SUIT
- No. litA3 PE NI" el* FaOr;
fol),113d i - •
AT YOUR OWN 1-10 M IS.
TOEMA 14.1-51Itttahl(% tOr Piteko
$lB lago,pkollte.—Aticiromi rcir parti o ult4lo
"C I :01 ' 4E1 " i No. 10 CII6BIIY ST. N. Y.
LATEST NEW YOU NEWO,
A IT T I F.I. E R !
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blossoms
900. 1 / a ttlel:oo—Three for $2.00,
.Iwo Bottlea Hold: in ono day in N, Y. City.
44 • All Druggld: in It EADING 8011 It,
-Vom, Rib. 19
A 0,, seek offered to the Dahlia of Readloc All
the proof or the above that is, required iv
trial. it share of patronage la aolieited.
'BVOI. : 4I 3I tOsf
No. 543 PENN.
,Ato,Aovr, Oft:orisig a, splendid etyock of
Anlinimpasse,tl stock ic)( gouts'.
CAIjI, AND BE
- udll '&
n'iwO - IWO,ND'E HALL
x.,ooir OUT! 1 - Logic ourr!
LOOK* OUT ! I 'LOOK OUT ! I
"Givoa a Rosy Glow to Um Chooks,"
sUI• Ruby Tinge to tho,Llp4." •
r6itainovoa al) IllolOaa and Frocklos t 's
1 no' Hoot iri tlw
EMortlin e ' 2'll
iltdi (dr lid soot, right ! I can't siand Ili lint
Light , oft and got a ox of
q;JOSTAIRV 000 SOLVENT
ota 1)1m.) 1. 1
411 Dr gg ie ttre (l & o li talPistiVu d 4ll it.
STANDARD PI Y,PARATiONS
Cofilaes” Rat, itoachote.,..Ee(erniiitatoi's.
neastait'a" Bed Bag Exterosiliftfore, .
aCoseaefP! (only pore) .P9erder.
"only 1t (A ible Itemetiiniknown." .
"18 yens establislid,in Now l'ork.fP
1:2,000 Boxes and ..Flolcs matiofactured
1 I BOwtg.) t !of aplirlops 1yAk4t19411."
"All Druggists in kEt IN soil theni.','
Aildiess • '
"COSTAR." 10 CrOßby'l. ) . N. Y. , ,!
DrYAB &CO., 21 rah ttolv ) .lCl-
tob ttl-dat• ' ' • r
ItaisbiAn tempted frout.the Iteyistido If**
011 to the hew sn4 elegant istorei " " •
NO.' 437 PElll l f, STEEAT.
Where easterners will and **ail large stook at
the best and plinilt • . ,
wirtS BRANDIES WHISKIES
N N W,ADVILN
tr - uf OF FA ON „ , .
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4 1 .tk11rES C E CI STAVFOrel ).
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announces to the'elil sena of Iletull.ne,,lltat'
hairfflt I%IIIOI'6CM litifehant 'Tattering
estaKislugen, to the, laintlsomo atorp
toOtn - 110. Ole rOAll t etttet ho 1s; no* •Tir4.
pared. *Oh an' Increased tt,Ook `gowls
410 superior titellities for inanefueturing,
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of the boat quelifT geode,kgottbn,up in • the
highoet etPe. -
414T8' ° USilt 1'43 i 4 l'l` I I :A bi if;
. ki ORIN GLOODB.
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of ovory?etyle and *arlety to suit tho MAW
of all In Vunt of anything in this lino, 1
None but thb best hanits aro 'Otarttns9o
mid of work iguaruteetl. The patrbuuso
of tho publto le respectfully s011'ogoAL; , .
. ~ • . S TAMES ff. STA tertlit 6, ' '
fOb 1841 , -- . • No. 616 Penn Street.
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Tilt. LOUIS .1)E BARTH kun N, office anfk
if residonoo, No;-214 North Ninth street,
licatling s Pa.(fob 174 m.
(113 0ARDING.—A, g atiklelniULtind wire 01'
. two ottiglo' 4ont.o(p_eu can bo accoronlo.
ato4 vsitti boar 4 at Tip i .
• vg w,cop*Valtri k ut:
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11)UBLIC SALE OY I,I4iNK.
I •be sold at Public Salo. At tho Koyotono
Rouse, on- 8 ATUKDAY.:.. February 20th,
1E69, at ololook, 2 _tn,. M MURES OP
FARMERS' NATIONAL, D4NI STINK. by
ANKING t 11120.,
ing t x ,G E on, d , oa , l ll ° F i l v AI p o c N ovi s ,ta
IlliAlown on Now York anallillattolpliln:
Interest paid on all doposits., Opon'at 9
a. na: Close, at p. m. ••
101 l 1.11.18110NG BROTH EN.
JT KEHLY W litilesale and llctall dbnloi: in
.LUMIIE it, Iteading,Pawkeopsoonstant
i on' nand and for sale at the LOWEST
PRICES, general .assortmont of White
.Pine,• Sprace,' Cherry • Oak,
Ash, Chostnut, Indiana Black- ang Whito
Walnut, Carolina 'Follow ?lab, an Idlohl.
gnu panel LUMBER, thoroughly seasoned
and tinder colter.' Also, White Pine,
Croes, and Nortir Caroll,na Green Swamp
Collar SHINGLES.' Ordbrs respectfully
solicitod and promptly attended to, For
nrjeos. nail at the NEW BRICK
'OFFICE, on Hie corner of Final h and' Pine
street% or, address , • ' E !Mr..
C0)174441, • i Reading,
FREDERICK W.''LATEIt, , • '
' "OLD j'AITL,"
Owner J*t7h c 4 Ku/ling:on areas. !loading, Pa.
Solo Agent for Borke and Lebanon countlea,
SAMPSON SCALE COMPANY.
most reliable and durable Scales over
Naomi boforo the publie. t
• and 'Boo them before purchasing else•
uporlorinduooments oirerol to buyers.
On band and.for sale cheap. kept 4-
75 S.H , , t 1
EAST PENNSYLVA NIA
BUSIiI)NG & BRO.,
No, IO„ NIIORTU SIXTII .STIZIONIT
LAUMAN (t lIAMMITiti
1NU"p11TE1!,...9 AND DEALERS
WINES AND SEGARS,
128 SOUTH Nll4lll sTintr,
, (.4. U. LAthkiAN.
Fob. 9. ' "
ct& = 11tinioie - '
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Y , 4 it I) likr
CUTLERY, GUNS F .
HOUSE 'FURNISHING' GOODS;
TIH-.PLATES, SHEET . IROI4. - :
Building Materials, *
BADDLERY, &c; , &v., dce.
. '.*PENN STREET, sEADoro, PA
.A : . (1 . 21111BEM10 : 1118 • ,
FARMERS AND' OONSIGNOU,
11110 ' 4114,7 wish to stout Grat.n. Oro. /40,3
.u.oomiptitatoo ri10000.0114 Moo. Attartior,
r Mak, ot
' Versed.) wholesale and retail, at lower pikes
than calk be purehased eLsewhero. Also, a
superiorlalpt , - 7 • • • -
tioiwheat Meal ' and Potatiles.
081aq:4105 North IGhighth Bt.Nosatrigas.
nth Annual Way of
o orlitinta aim only
OLD F, 0 L K fs,'+
ND iND . TRUUNNTAL . CON
SRNS. iiiildtratiVO Or UM
lualepand moil° of Bing.
' , writ OLDEN TLME."
JO rrcgratillalk. Ad
.lgalim 00 ctn. liegorvoii
lilts $0 otH. Commencing
,8. Turin hinting preolso
G. U. itAmutr,r.
Now today foi l '
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FLOUR 4491 PP, .Acii
bonatantlyou hand itpd fox;; sate
at :Ilia. • . •
:,'LQWESI , .Piti()%s ; „
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. i . ls l , 4.14..L0pic„
INDIANA BLACK MI6 WHITE
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Thoroughly ooksouod and under cover
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WHITK OYPRE&S";'1 1
' NORTJge 4 gor44 * .:4 . l4l);-A r
AMP CRDAR 'ir
WOrdors 'rompeatfully. a!
tiY•omptty %M0t144(1 to: ror. /to
On th 4 tlerospr of.Obitrikond rineittrce
0 Feb 28, 1883-tfd I
Importafit to Printers
3 PRESSES, FOR SAE
4. FINE CHANCE FOR MACUI
NISTS AND MANI4FAC
ONE FN DINE
TO BE SOLI/ Ch TAP.
The following machtnery is offered for
sale, at advantageous rates : •
-9 NE OSCILLATING ENGINE OF
FOUR HORSE POWER.
OlsIE EIGHT—HORSE TUBULAR UP
ONE LARGE CYLINDER-PRINT
1 ING PRESS, GAZETTE SIZE.
ONF 4 STANDING PRESS.
Apply at the Adler Office, or addroaa
. RITTER St CO., Reading, Pa
Y: WANTS. The
V MORNIT &
LIGIIT.—W. T. HAIN
has secured o ORR, PAINTER CO., the
agency for th above named stove, which
to meeting with unparalleled succors
IVherOVOr it appears. It combinqk ail the
, modern improvements, such-as reversible
.cross pieces, feeder door and cut off Rues,
tlt hasextra largo OVEN, and as a baker
not surpassed 1)y. anystOvo kn. the ,mat;
et: They' have ill given tlie , - beet $0,1,16-•
lactlon. Every , 'stkiVe • siar tented. The,.
place to get it is at No. 2), North Eighth
ROOFING AND SPOUTING and all kinds
.Of light JO work solicited and ptomntly
'Wended to. lia'Ving had consider
gide experience in this line I •fool_fiat
isried that can produce Work in the best
wanner possible, and at as reasonable_
terms as any other
- place in the city. 1
• To OLIO as inay.tikyor Too vr,t tit thlitrplAt!
rows I will say that the twat of satisfao
tion will be guaranteed. '
`NIOLIN(/ HALL EESTAURANT,
210 North MgMA Street.
ABRAHAM STOUT, PROPRIETOR.
()boles Wines and Eatables on hand
also, at stock of IL s l ll l ll l 4ger Wei
Lunelk asj i , 404kylniio 44 aro Inv.
WI to a 11..,
A few iloßtAalli Oan be keommodute
witil good ltoatd.
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, RE A DWG PA
Y. T.' II ATN, -
20 North Eighth street
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The Proprietors 'of. The Daily
j08 ,,, w()R1
pitam In' t,y, . N ENTLI.
itaving nmplo - racilitie3 anti goal
n•orkn►on the}r are enabled to exe
auto every variety of , printing do
AND BUSINESS MEN,
801 l oards j
Olt of 'Faro,
Wo aro confident that all work
optrustod to tts will be done
factorily'tcgthp,cpstomoy l>ulh t►slo
Bey lo ,l l ll4;priggiY',ll f
Our portioned and political friendA
aro reminded that thoy,ean instp
v4ntago to tirmselves,
u 4 lino.
Aprons or mail
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itITTER. & CO, -
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'DAILY .If;Aturavi. AND
GA Z ETT.F.I. VFW
00,Peiln Street Reading Pa.
une 25, le6B, •
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S:' BONDS & ,STOCKS, GOLI I ,
SU4YER - AND COUPONS. .
ON NEW YORK AND PIIILADELPIIIA; ,
Intoesit, rata al all NOS4 B .
ac 0 a. m. Close al 3 p.)1 1 -
- BITtilfOl,TG t BROTIIpt ,
pUBLIO be sold at Public ,
Salo. on Saturilay, 20th Fob., iSi39, at ono
o'clock, P. 2.l.,mt.the Keystone House, MI
thAt certain'iot or Nero of ground with the
thriso stet 01VF.1514N0 '.110US" ;
tlstreont *sitnatad bri tlf&Bduth eAsten.
comfit of Third and Franklin streets, Kew].
Ink. Said lot being 80 feet in front and 1 01
feet deep, more or less. The house is blibe
stautial, having 'teen quite recently
thoroughly repairisd, and has all the
tooderAl conyiipluntes.-IW4II,- fOisilf;', l r
and bitth roomWeitl,' Tuthill will . "' •
eay. ANN JANE ,IlOUStal.
W. Y. LYOB, Au c tioneer. yet) 0.04.
anct Went); Gazette
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