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11 AILY EAGLE.
READING - . PA:.:
SATIIIi6AY, 51411011:O f • 1116:).
CITY - AND: COUNTY,:
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intended for publico.
ti on In the Endo: tnnotbo accompanied by
reWouoll/le Immo, ns a gnareptee of stu
cc rlty on the part Of the writer. -The name
w ill not he peblished oo desired by
correspondents shoubt make their corn ;
inunteationg Shert tied tOthel paint, 00re
open to ton limited for very long articled':
Write only on one Ode of tbe poper, enei
to plainly as pooolhie, 'without, 11 urlShett.
501;01110En, who fall to roe .1110 the
. y.Ants regularly, will confer a favor by
leaving notion at. this otticei where all coin
iplalntki otj,irrogularity or latonce9 Of do,
1 ' livery will" he promptlyottonded to.
Anviurrtserui aro:requested t'o ham' in
their advortisententaall,early folhe day as
ro4411)10. as our rapldlv lnereaslog circula
tion compels 118 to KO to p 111384 Apout t v p.
.. .... . .
Owtsa to tho publication'of the Argil.
mot u s t in toqiny'a / 1 4AM - 31 WO ISIT not
Rble to give out aim' variety of !local
4 .. :-----• • .
) IInITIP liIHNTIONSI.-e- St iotilillatoksters
ho Rllovved to limy° their tablati stand 1 in
during the•night ? Last
night as IMMO OftiTle 110 . ar running into a
elands which might have eauaed ini an
A loaded boat omit) down the canal
'The markets mire well Attended , yes.
teniny and this morning.' Karket re!
port , ' will appear next NtiOk.,..
A velocipede isdieol‘ has boon opened
It tho ,Heystene - Ilan.. , !, • . „
„ • ,
Messrs. linghes 46' Rhode! 4 / 1 ,11 1 0, pen a
aa liquor etoro at tho corner of Eighth
nu Ponn streets, pi Monday next.
Roy. IL Zweizig, of this env, will
ndodnistor the Aaoramont of the Lord's
suppor In tho St. John's Churoh'of Haut;
burg tomorrow ovoning. • ,
Nicholas llollonba* farmer, yeelding
In Windsor township, half a milo north of
Aintobtirg, nu Friday morning last while
walking with en axe on hie hhoki , feli 'on'
tho snow, cutting tho bank Of.htobead
badly. • !
Mr. Franklin Ludwig rosigncsl on
Taoaday ovoultig last, as A nionihor of
tho Town , Counoll of the. Borough of
Bainhnrg. Mr. Lodwlgivill , rornovo to
'near Wonioladdrf, ; the lot Of April,
whore ho purohasodArMill propotty and
74 acres of land, • , ,
At about twolvo,olook-on 'Wednes
day night, tho honso,oflonothan llio.t
her, at Kutztown, wali 'outerod And'robr
hod of throo coats and d butelier knife.
• A vary provoking, yet t 'ainuslng•orTo2,l
occurrou in tho local yastorday about .the'
Heading Maounerchor. It was stated,
that Prof. Carl Schoen() was tho Janitor.
It shotild havo road Conductor: • "
north Sunday In tont, March 7;
Passion Sunday, Mari% 141.Fonst of Stt.
Josoph, March ID ;, Patin Sulfdayillarch
21; Hastor Sunday, MOO 28, ,
PROPITAIII,I4 1.9a7.1,5.,:-.A.; the public
sale of Henry Schnoldery In Bethel towns
ship, 4 horsos wore sold, which' togothw
brought $; Atitt'at • Itho sale
of Josoph Itont,scillpr, in Centre town
ship, 5 cowa Word." sold. nt $7O n bond,
Percival Guthtnan_, in Uppor Tuipolioo
con townslilp,sold 4 !torsos 1011 8 ditties
at his pUblio sale, and realizedlt./01
from them. MA"aopb (.4040t's,
,sa e, in
Ralson, towns lip, 9 . 111:10,_IVOro sold,
which together' brought f205..80: The
above articlos wore sold by auctioneer
Jacob G. Haag, god had boon advertised
RECEPTidit OY TUI WASHINGTOrtoi—
Tim reception of the Washington }Rise
Company, on Moir return from Wash 7
ington City last eVeulng, was a.very,,fitte
affair, Most of the companies of the
rim Department were reprosontod, and
each (Ironton carried a torch. The ar
rangemonte of Capt. Grath, tlio Chief
Marshal, wore admirably carried out,
and the display Fellooted much credit, on,
himself , and asslstanta. rim Th
dltforont ongino honsoenn the route, the
bolls ranit'out tr merry postl of %valet:hue.
Winter's and ,tho Ringgold Bands were
In tho line of parade, and thei air was
resonant with the Swot , 'stralus they
Wured forth. The. members of the
ashington wore pretty well fatigued,
but they are In eestablos over= their trip
and the many ,pleasant incidents and
associations connected therewith. They
wore tho only company Who wore the
guests of tho U. S. Fire Brigade of Wattb
ington,. and the:many' kindnesses and
undagg . ing 'AOO'Ol6lll4 'at'• that Rdlltiut
body of mon eau never lm fogotten by
RrekTowri.-+Thia ortion Of Our beau
tiftil city is general ly overlooked by I
sightseers, and too often by persons de
sirous of Investing 'lti teal estate. We
predict that the portion of the Sixth
Ward known as 10 .1tiektOVIKIP will. some
day become ono of the most beautiful
n11(1 thriving sections of our city. It is
and healthy, , and oommands a
Imutiftil view of the clear, winding
selinylklll and orthe other portions of
the city, mid it id fast fil ling up with an
industrious and order population. The
beautiful building al es in the vicinity of.
Itiektowii and beyond it, along Front,
Second and Third streets, have been
Atrangolyt overlooked. -by 'real I estate
dealers, who have preferred the north-
eastern and northwestern portions of the
city—hence thet part. of, the pixth Word
has boon Nettled hy.persona. of limited
means. • Their heat, and coyly cottages
present g pleasing nppearanee' ,t 6 the
visitor, Although , the people of `the
nelghbiathcied ,are mostly Of landrlt no
bility—those whOoarti th9lr,breltY the
sweet of their' biolAr—pboYOrePO oblud
these of other portion!' of the' 43 ity
goner 4 illtelltdence and the qualifica
tions of' godd citizens. Among the
.gf,tllo N 1410304 110,LIVVOI, the
furnace lir!) IMP; tai , a o,4niiV. men
who can ably, sustain tht4l~ part irt Ale
bate or a donvelitation,
subject, With -ffeberal43 Of "P'ofelfe
atonal , ' mew. , •' " " 4
Tho toad of land ;rn RtaktOWnieti
Charles Evan k Oahe ery.,lxintainilhAn,
tirodq of ,excellebt aiog:8 1 .10 1 4 and we
are surprised that' they have not-bea ts
already ars:aired ibyllp•tnan,Ykeenran
persons wito`afq flientitilitlfr stf4
for bargains in ireol'eatate., hoe It
sae the tittle when, the .11,nele101e• Ahlft
directien will be covered with the happy
homes and pretty, ggrdoßlf . tttaaaaatta
of industrious *forking pootnitho elate
who make Reading, and all other pros
porous cities, great, wealthy 'and power
'U the ( ; orort. of VoI010101p! ir,likiks of
AROCI3OIIIIfT LIST 3869.
CASES *0 BB AItGUED ON MONDAY ! TUB
Natbans 6z, Bros. ve."Abrabaht
81 Jan. Term, 1869, Jan. ga, 1.
granted to show.show. .oauso, why,viggleut.
etionld not be'entOred for want, or a ant •
liolant afildavlt of•defenoC ,11413011-
Simon 8. Motor va. Boni. M.litia9 05.
Jan. Term; 1869. ' lan.; ft 'l6m; rui 6.
granted to show OAUSO'It, ' , judgment
not,bo entered for; tyarit, 011 SM.
rientl affldaVlC of def0n041.... Wan-,
nor for plff. Sobtnuokoir fOr deft
Jobu L9ibo4sporgop 14411*,
Mr, 242 A prlt, Ter ii ! '; 4.1:*0, ,:,tan ; .1,,,801i
ittlef granted" to 'SW:* , gatteolViitlY. , ; the
above appeal' ahintitlhot be, , strielten OF
.A. B. Wanner itir DM. ~--,' ': • • • : •• .'• -'' '
• • Williatu - litialtaine 41foijph 0.. *cu
. v l . l In fb tradingaa.:4lViiiiairi Mellvidn&'it
. Sotte ate, The Romni; lu4ustrial,:,htentil '
featuring, - Compacityi James Seidler •
Henry Brown, Adana Radii"- Pater '7411:
ler, Executors, and Saillnei, Alltibu t _`r UP'
Jtin.Tertrk, 1864. , .:.ieunary 29, 18110, ride,'
granted to show 446 why the: appear
ance ef Lewis Richards, for the Reading
induatrial Idannitieturing : CollipatlY t ,
shall„not be atriehen lirtnn - 'the resort
end license oontintred.. Richards and green,,
Sor.'plit. Baird for Oeft. .
.. , s 'r
Saniuel Whitaker and lend, Seisamen ;
,trig WOO Iteadingliallroad Coin ,•: tiy, l 4l .
4tiginit T., 1865., JanuarY26,l: i !irate
granted to show dense why, he amend;
meat by the court -shall not be
strlolcen from the record. !Susan - len and
Da 15 for pitf; Bielittrds for deft; :
Shun Becker ,vs. ,Elizabeth ,Maurtir.:
118 December T., 1808. January,Bo, 1869,
reasons for a now trial fled; same day
re) granted. to show cause why anow ,
trig should not be granted. Lauckit for
B. F. Boyer and Erritentrottt for
deft, - • s . , - .• , ' .
• Franklin, M. Hartman 'ye. Daniel Koch . -
476: ;Tannery T., 1867, January 80,14.80$
0161 granted on 'Franklin, M. flatulen t '
tck Oliow cause wbAudgmont should riot
be , opened, and .deiondant lei into &de.
'tango) . rule returnable February 8, 1869,
live days notice to plaintiff. _. ..
Levi K. Nest vs.. Tho School District
of Mirl Township. 98 April Term, 1866;
February 2,1809, rule to sboirseatise why
'judgment should not be entered for the
defile. , Non otiiitantovere dicdo Pp points
reserved. Becker for pitf ; Sasseinan and
"Anoka for deft. . i ,
Jacob blitz, Son., forlho use of Anthony.
EitS.B7 November T.,'1885. February
3,,1810, on motion of Santupl L; Young,
the Coat grant a rule to sitotv cause why
the amount of judgment in this case
should Inot be corrected, andjudgment
Of rove al entered as of the 18th day of
Ootobo o 1805,- Air the sum Of $1221.76,
without prejudice to,tho rigida of !tither
partiesilro!,nrnablo March 1, 1869: 'S. L.
YOnng far OM ' "
• Philip Sohoonerman vs. lionry,Sax . ,
23, September Tani, 1868. February 8;
1869, on motion of William 81. Baird,-
the Court grant a rule on Voter Krause,
the Garnis a ~ to show dense whyrjudg- s
inept shout. not bo entered against him
for the sine nt of plaintift's debt, inter
est and co: ~ and abide such other 'or
ders as tho .aid Court may mako on the_
pronnses. illiam M. Baird for pitff.',l'
U. H. Seim • rtz for Garnishee.
}onry A. I !adman vs. Jtimes Y. Hart
man, 0, Ma kh Term, 1869; Ex. Docket,l
February 21, 1869, on Motion. of D. Er
mentiont, A ttorncy for petitrifr, Courts
grant a rule of shOw pause prayer
or petitioner • hould not bo gran od. Re-1
turnable Ma eh 8,1869. ,J. S. Livingood
for Oft, D.. ertnentrout for deft.
The Gov° nment National Bank 'of'
rottsvillo vs 'Jalo v phfleyfert 4 11 d Bros.
Nos., 13, 14 nd A March Term, 069;
Ex. Docket. February :20, 1869, i rtile
'granted to a. ow , cause why judlitleelit
should notho opened as 'to tiro ainount
alleged to hallo been paid, Execution, to
retnain as to result. Returnable March
8 1869. ' W. R. Smith for - pltif., .7.• S.
Richards for de ft . I
WaShington S. Kissinger.vs. Jorenainh
M. Debtor, 0 March Toren, 1869, Mx.
Dockot. Fob. 20, 1869, rule 'granted to
show 'cause why judgment ' shOilid not
be opened, depositions of -Viltneasee to bo
taken on 48 hours notice. Returnable,
March 8, 1809. H. A. Yundt for plff, ' 3.
S. life lards for deft.
AdaM Lelzo and Bonneville L.Beh rook,
trading as A. Loize,et Co. vs. Derby Iron
Mining Conipany/'54 Aug. Toren , 1:1 :
Ifob. 20, 1860, 'on petition - filed, •
granted on Willie - 1 Albright, Sheriff',. .
show pauso why n attachment should
not issuo against 1 ten for non oompllonpo
with the calling • feaid Writ. Return.
able thd second M nday In March, 1869.
D. Ermontront fo pl. J Ross -Minor
for dolt ' ' I ! •'.
. Satnutil Lossig .a. Franklin Schmecic,'
0 Feb, T. 1869. It't t b.2o, 1869, P
do show cause 1 hy, judgment' should
mit be entered for want 'of a sufficient af
ildaVit of dofonco. S. L. Young for Off.'
4. (loot Seltzer for deft.' .
•S tsAaman 11. Kline vs Solomon •Yo
der. 20 'Feb. T. 1869. Fo . 20, 1869, rule
grauted• to show cause Inky judgment
should not be onto ed for vant of a sal
cleft affidavit of &fon 0. Israol '4/.
B ker for phi. "
eox 64 'fitment i't vs. l'onry Hart
man, 2trob.T: 1869. Feb.2o, 1809, ritiO
gi rated' to show Canso why judgment
Sit old not be ontorp fur want of a sum.
etc A affidavit of do ohm' M. Mongotior
pi . S. L. Young for deft. i
• .W. Christman
I ls e . Joremlakßupprt
an \V Ito, 38 Fobru ry P.‘lBo9;: • Feh.' 20;
1869,-• rule grant\d . o show cause ivhy
ju gmeht Should tot,bo entered for 'rant
of sufficient affidavit of defence.
Si o d ttoirer for pia: -W. H. Gerhart for
d. ' ' •
, tn. of Ponnsylvartia, for the u 6 of
thrirles H. Applo. vs. Seth. Ziegler t al.
49 February T., 1869.' February 20, 869,
rule granted to shim cailso'witY J dg-
Inept should not he entered for wan of a
suffielent affidavit of defeat). • 'Rich rds
and Baor for pltf. • • i .
Shade!, Holloribachr St Co. vs. John
; timelier, owner, tte. - 1 .51 Yebruary l T.;
I go.. pobruary 2(1; 186 b, rule grantod to
:how Om why judgment should not be
ntored for want of a sufficient affid vit
. f dofantio. J. 11. Jacobs for pltf. , -
• Casper, Ciller vA John I'obr, p, eIY.,
T. 1869. , Feb. 20; 1869, rule granted itt
show cause why JUdgment 'Should of
,be entered for want of 'a -sufficient lailli- ,
'davit of 'defence. = J.'S. Rithards for OH,
8. L. Young for deft,. .' " • ' •
•JoSeph Schortz Vs,
• William Call (Cr. C 0.,,
.11, Feb. T. 1869.-JFeb. 20, 1069, Pule
grntiteciAo show Pause why 'Judgment
should not be entered for want of a suffi
cient affidavit of defence., 3..141. Jacobs
for Of. ' „
Hlrani Sweoto vs. 0. D;`,Wiost and .J..
F.r.Corkell, 75, Feb.' T. 1809. rob-20,
1869, COUrt grant a rule to shim , cause
why, udgment should not bo entered `for'
want Or 'a sufficient affidavit Of, defence.
.J. IL Jaoobs for phi'. , . , ,
'' Riegel tt Bro. vs. John P.cnigeloy, 70,
Fob. T. 1809. WV: 20, 1869, rule granted,
to oho* pauso why' judgment should not
be entered for want Ot a sufficient OM
ditvlio ,I! ideforioo. A. B. Wanner fin pill',
P. IKWannbr for deft.• - f• • -.• • .
corn. of Penns. "s. JOllll A. Fidler and
Bolan Womelsdorf t 27, March'' T. 1869. ,
Feb. 25,1869, rule, granted Co show Canoe
Why the forfeiture of the within men
tioned recognizance should not be remit
ted, ond,tlaid Fidler to enter bail 'for his
appearOnco at next Qtlarter Sessions.
Returnable lifer.* 8, 1869. Shearer tt,
Beehtel for pltf. J. 84 Richards for deft,
Com. of Penna.vsi l lstnes T. Ste , i ,
et 814 87t March T:•1 . Feb. 25, 1 N6,'
MO granted to shOW pause why the for,
Maitre of the withfit mentioned recogni;
,ittneicshould not be -remitted, and said
F,idler,te enter bail for hit appeoranee at
next , Quarter ''Sdlialonx. ),Intitrnable,
March ii, 1869. Shearer '.l:c Bechte l for
pllk J. S. Richards tbr , deft.
' Samuel Yost vs. = John M. Zerbe, 25,,
+' Febr i tary 25.
1869, on ' motion Of ! H
j r agen an, the
Court grant a rule
cm* , wiky a . .
deorce should not made. in Asvor. ors
134909,nt of Susan .111xler va..T. W.
zstoer4sl, , April TerrO, 1868, 18211 '7B t ,
:Stung day, on motion , fJ. Ha onmari,:
toe court grant a tiAit tq show ea 1.3 e why,
o i l
a dborte:ahould n 't be %nada .In favdr, of
indginent of, RI u Rixier vs. J. W.
Mute, 241if_Alirft pn, 1898, for 111.04 , 85.
same day oif'iliot 071 of 4. Ig a / 1 004 1 4,
the (hurt iglk 40 1 1 0 4°,4 0 * Otti/sOOll7
a decree soon u no t Joe made iir,tivetrot .
judgmjudgment of Dantel Huntniel va,, V, 'W•
NailkpflOnli?Or Tr,' 140 8 fr
Ittikeii6 to Br
6 10 On - prSV; :
Bard, CO , k* (ktul9lo,,Bbow , ,iiitusi'
Why the Milatt litheind not: .take env
of, %ha\ proseadit df Abe' 4sat 'istate, nte
sum of .09 0 - 0 0 nadei,i).o9s,gl4oMPUYA
13 wi s 1),,416,.;,4. t, , !J:=','
.!' • ',,,
.I , i -ri • ' ‘ 4 '9 of COffifflialOut- 4 . ,--1 .'i.
$%:0,01$ D •E b't T,:-t4C
:• , • 1 !„ ' LOCK *
A large number of potpie:worth , at.v
Sta , Otta' IA) the eldewilitte, last itlikt to
ltnioo 4 4 l retrten'a Pantile. 7 -
Or* in* for the iteloolpfdetat
W C. Beating's, 45 , 11Pen4 street:
Ain9nit the recent graduates of the
moan Medical College of Phile4el,
(floincoopathio) -is - William Flak
Marks, of Leesport, Ikirks ootintk, Pa.
_Shad aro selling in lids city at from 75
00110,1011 t .25 a piece.
tron 4 Wlillain Rochall, Of MIS atiMia
- ritOebtly Started - a brass band iri Born
townabip, this county.
t l / 4 1 0.4 40 4 ' b. F.. °weft and,Edward D.
,evall.oftbls city; started for Florida, on
Tuesday morning, to bO absent two or
, Tbe fiebnylklll Nailgition Company
will rtinn number of small steamboats
bn tho.,einal this season.
A valuable horse . belonging to Messrs.
Schiak_A rett fell down In front of Mlltl-
More 0, MeGowan's hardware store, yes
terday. Not hurt.
A' Witte belonging td, Hiram Shitler
, feltat the doiner of Sixth and Court Sts.
lastatday, and wan soveroly.ll4o.
lqr: Alexander Burnett is plaiting up a
hot houg) on the lot'adi dining the Nation
al Union Pink.
E. F. Xeever,,formeily of this oily, has
resigned the General Freight Agency of
the Reading end Columbia Railroad. IL
0., Tie Mai clerk of Hold road, has been ap
pointed to 411 the vaaanoy.
i rhg 1410,0 will likely have their salarlea
inekeased. So it is said. - • -
I.TraViantimusT Cirunialr.—, Rev. Mr.
P deliver to-tnOroro (Sunday)
evenin ,the second lecture of the Expas.
Hwy Cetirso, on controveilted pasiisgoS of
Floripturo. . Subject : fATkoParabicef the
Sheep and the Ooate." Seivicos in the
morning at the usual , hotir. 'rho publio
are respectfully invited.
tiolonlon Yodor, Boit°lot Y. , Yoder
and james 4. Teo, formerly doing bus I.
new‘ e,t Lyons *at lon , under the name of
Yoder,l3o clToo,have dlasOleed partnor -
• Owing the groat excitement and
crowd at Washington, thirteen members
of the Washington 'hose, their servants
and' their baggage were loft behind.
,The Baltimore it Ohio. It. Company
n9t 'allowing freight cars to rnn with
their,passengor trains, the carriage was
also, loft' behind. It Is' in charge of a
committee of three, and will be brought
E.9COUIt44II4IkIgNT OF CrtIMINAL9.—
Theie are Many persons who would
become highly indignant if they were
ehargini With encouraging criminals,
though they do not sorupie to obstruct
theofficers of the law in' the discharge of
their duties from
,persenal motives or the
hope of , Itidividital gain! Our Reading
policemen and detectives have had much
trouble, on this account during the past
Year or two. One case occurred last
Sear, when tho notorious outlaw, Neal
heridan, made his escape on account of
the greediness of Gov. Goary'a speidal
policemen In Schuylkill county. Sheri
dan, had conitnitted several atrocious
outrages in Schuylkill county, and the
authorities there o f a reward for his
arrest. He left; b t after a time ado
his appearance In Reading. Although
he was not ;known to tho policemen of
this city; Our keen-eyed Chief, Capt. Mc-
Neil, and his efficient 'brae, at once
marked hhn as a simpletons character,.
and haVing heard of Sheridan, Chief
MoNdli telegraphed to'Pottsville for a
description of the criminal, holding him
self in readiness to arrest him if he
anar Ored to the description . Instead of
replying at Once, Heisler's policemen,
eager for the reward, dame to Reading to
arrest Sheridan themselves. The friends
.40 00 Outlaw, in Schuylkill county or ,
elqq'ithefo, promptly -informed him of
this aiiovetnent, and he suddenly do
camped, while tho Reading police ! sup
pOaing.that an answer to their teleg ram meant haYe.been sent Kite Wes the guilty
party:Malik:at feel warranted in detaining
Another instance of the kind .
hap . pened
'thia•Weetti When Conditotor Wlaltnian
had . , two. ttuspected • parties arrested at
narriablarga The Harrisburg police,
against the remonstrattoe,.of Mr. Whit
man, findi,in defiance qf the' rules of
common sense, permitted the two priso
ners to ge,into the ;water closet together,
thus giving them an excellent opportuni
•ty to throw away any articles of stolen
property which they happened to have
upon ..thoiripersons. We have no doubt
that the money and the watch of Mrs.
Vichtherni of this city n are now lying in
the well at Harrisburg,funless they have
been'fished out by thet
M tremely accent
odaiting `( to criminal ). police of that
Detective Lyon went on to Hairria
burg:to•seoure the art' los as evidenee
against the prisoners; but the city ant!hor.
ities declined to assist him in the search,
and as thlimederato saint of one hundred
dOliare Was demanded. for, the jiffi , of
dxatningthe well, ho as obliged to re
turn td Reading withent any other evi
dence 'against the men than the burglars'
tcioli3 — fetind 'in their 5 Suasion. The
. proho ly be that the
Scoundrels will go,unw ipped of justice,
iii reconuritnice their depredations iu
!mite otherpart of the'ntry.
oqinerathan,one o kin durini tho
past feW,03 .11 " stave ' , eard of the ap
prehensionh ' of chicken thieves in the
r,ur'al dietricts " of tiff 'cOuntY, but we
:loam that in such emit; he offenders are
ISt Ofror,pertnittedlo es ape "on account
theli.respeetable relat vets," and hence
they are never brought t trial ; While In
'more serious eases, perm? s have declined,
to heist the officers of o, law in their
soareladethioves, becau elhey hope at
sonie.fittureAltne to gain money or noto
riety. by making or assist'
,g to Make the
• Such persons aro in real tyoneourallig
,and they '
are thereby commi tting
crime 'themselves. Until! all good and
law-abiding citizens are 'willing to give
their Old and encouragenient to the offl
,eets or the law in their , ffortslo deteet
and apprehensl criminelsozitir people - must
expect to Suffer loss of protrty, perhaps
, otsntsional testa of life, at t e'hands of the
,roVing desperadoes who) swarm through
' out,enr'emultry, like the Bedonins of the
11000, 14 *hose hand is against every
aid .'every maul's hand against
them.”' • ra
, ••',-- • ' • • ~• , •
- Pptkiltivains.—J4n Carroll, , f My;
~:, 41 , ,M, 01 drunk / again - and
alit: • ,liapt•Y as al lark' ' was
Officer Fioid - came up at the
, corner a ltb and Franklin, and kindly
auggetitestthat a littlo linsi of such hind
044 tliiii4t - (o.;i l 7,buld bo mere`i beneficial to
a vault and p rofitable to the community
at tarp' ~i• • Jo n was obliviously happy,
Ati#Overcinid "pursued the OWeb' ton..
ler - InCht,.way,!!... regardless of the en-._
ititiotok fkovins pii• throata Of his follOvi.
,010ZeUe. •lobri has appeared bonne his
Ifimortiera4,,and this time witUent to
prr for 25days. . • ', • • •
~,,, lottippip'Sell,ii a"pardy" OfJcilkoi,
:VI. Ato.Pribs funniestkind of follows,
.r ' übottt °, 4 half seas over." Bu A yoss
ityhOlagod somelrw tb get too
neton' , id, and the oonsetittOnee,
ii_ifsi alit; ws, almost hp pokible for
AIX_ -.navigate. Riding a Itsiecipede
4_crotitdbatitbeigmut. of thetineetion with
lito,f .,, cir otalhart-lbund him in
14004 ' tTbolOW l ,riglhpand,t994:
` lit to t lii , hitt Itowie. - Tiits *oft
Michael's : •,d offence, atAplie *AS'
tins to prison for 20 ds.yL 4 .44A
tirtiok t e: ert ir
0 1, a.. inest i raeefat
VAter aafatennif euett'a Wom s t:
the beasthent of thew 1T.184,4ete1. Penn,
arta WOW, YeSPrthiaerneen'
She as w,04 and ununthaigieble ai a
rung, 01 40 114 telt,
o tied-was rattling
tow Melba • patterally. l Ithe
offter - ii bird Mae of gelling her
s tlia , Finatty be elleeeeded,
arid e, Wes taken to the Statlon Howie,
where the Is retained for the present.
There were 10 Were hot night at the
_. Hiimutiloi TRAOustue fratitrte.—
The six th stated meeting of the Ilaniburg.
District Institute was held to the 'High
School room en Monday evening' lett.
After the roll *as called, and tho min.
utos of the previous meeting read, the
°ride's report *as called for '
which the ewers of the speakers of the
previous meetingwere reviewed and
corrected, and ' kindly informed that
there wasistill room for im provement.
A lectpre on Written' Arithmetic was
nest hi Odor. , Th e ker 'reviewed
briefly the history of th science, after
which ho demi:it:lterated hie method of
teaching it to begintuirs, 'and ttrged upon
the membera of the Instintte the neces
sity of making thld bratich a apeidality
in the prinotn7department' of the
schools. -.- '
History Was the subject of .the next
leottiter.. The leading idea of Ms speak
er was to impre.salhe teachers with the
utility' ot, and the pleseuree deriVed
from a thorough acquaintancsi with the
subject; 'and also gave his inetliod of
teaching it in tho school room. From•
the attentiveness' of the teachers, we
infer that impressions wore made. -
A lively discussion ,on queStion,
viz : u If the'
,eurth left its Orbit, whore
would it l ,falir was ougqpd f in, and vs.
lions Aleortee advangpd by the sperikore,
but no conolusion rdQobod, otoopt—that
—it-=irMined 7 -that—wfiy.
A number of hiaterical (initiations which
had been distributed on sli #9! paper, at
a frovlowi meeting, were t en •=jived
by the members; a ft er which, ap
Monts to lecture on Grammar at • 'Or.
thography,wero made for the next stated
meeting,, and the audience dispersed,
highly pleased with the exercises of
evening. - BrEcrieron.
CLAss."—Your article will„ appear
A GRAND SUPPRR was given by the
Sons of Malta, on Thursday evening, at
Lauer's Park. About one hundred and
twenty-five members weropresent; and
a largo number' of.ladtes. Among-the
members present woro P. c.,,p.
Muhlenberg, H. L. Miller, A. S. ,White:.
map, and a number of visitors front Now
York, Philadelphia and elsewhere. The
suppor,'which was a magnificent affair,
was gotton up by Mr. Harry Throm,
landlord tti tho Park.
PROMEDINGS OP CONGRESS.
WAsniNoToti, March 0.
Iu the Senate, ; Senator Brownlow," of
Tennessee, was soon in.
'Bills were introduced by Mr. Wilson
for a redistribution of National banking
capital; Mr. TheYer, repealing.the Ten
ure of Office act, and Mr. Edmunds,
amending it ; and
,by Mr. Williams, sus
pending the Tenure of office. act for four
Mr. Thayer gave notice that he would
call his bill up to-day. , • •
Two messages having been received
front the President; the Sedate went into
Executive. .session, and afterwards,ad
J . ourned.
In the louse, Messrs. Van /lout and
Dyer, of Mo. ; I animill of Md., and
Winchester and nice of Ky ; were sworn
The papers of the Maryland and Ken
tueky Representatives thus adini‘tad
were retailed to the Election Committee,
88 were the papers of the Georgia 'Rep.
resentatives, who were not sworn mill
The case, of Covodo vs. ' Poster of
Penna. was similarly referred, and the
time for. taking testimony in the case of
Taylor vs. Beading was extended sixty
The House then elected all its remain:.
log officers except Chaplain, and adjourn•
od until Tuesday.:.
Edward MoPhdeson was elected Clerk,
N; G. Ordway Seigeant•at-arms, Otis 8.,
Buxton 'Doorkeeper, and William S.
King Postmaster, they receiving the Re.
Publicau votes. •
• SATURDAY ) liihrell 0,
The Legislature/ of Illinois,. Wiscon
gin and Michigan ratified the Fifteenth
" "The Louisiana Legislature adjourned
on Wednesday night, after passing a
resolution approving Gen. Grant's in.
The Georgia' itegublic!ins 'held a con
vention yesterday; 24 delegates ivere.
present' p7,' being colored, ~ Resolutions
were adopted asking Congress to reorgan
ize the State Legiolature; and, approving'
Grants inaugural , and a committee was
appointed to proceed to Washington,'
ChiefJustide Chime, Senator Frelinr .
h nisen, and George IL Stewart, called
upon President Grant l yesterdaY, and pre,
sented him with a Bible on behalf of the
Amerierm bible Sdeiety. The, President
thanked : them for the token, and said he
*mild pre'serve it as a memorial, ,
father of the Prisident, is
'recoverlogftom , the effects of his fall: At
l'resident Grant' . has revoked the late
order et dr. Johnson, which plaCed
Pailikamter 'General B. W. Brice on the
'retired list. 2 ; •
• GeneiralShrtiiill and Seugtor
,low . aie quite ill: The latter sup.
ohoyS',u'pd r his hauli hold up
—A horrible 41 e hasitist come- to
light iti , tiiplavillei Ky. At. ro
named' Lounsa•lie)ds employ • es 'a
B. AO BOI 3C be
;Oa* eiojiicil chastiseinentely Mrs. ,
goaely., and carried out heir,!throot, of
vengeance by, cAusit g Mrs. Moseleir's two
.7ear, old boi, 0,01415 lye, which resultid ,
in hia deith.l' The girl has been' iirit,sted
"TIM° psritiat and blertob • , 'oUr brew?,
'built can et hairil It ; you use
that excellent renewer known se ilitarrettia
yeitetabba.,lta, ir,l2oiorative'l i 4 abso
futixocctores, of tilt the vite'Ciinpounalk
with which the tetricet Is itsoded„poyia:
mouth jeurnai,', •
• 1) 441LPINU XED.—A yoniii gen tiff ";
,fiiiinA p ebt bpatding 1a a private fain
-1,11 AN,O tAV), 4414Te101.
parch in* 164(41.11.40W1,
''4 - .'Oii4-4
NO, 609 PENN STREET, READING.
foviin Eict • Trivr orolTd
q`'3t'EgtAl. ATTENTIO GIVEN TO
DIA 3r N
DI PAIRINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Mar 0-3tutt .
DEMOVAL.—.I, A. STROMECKER hsa ro
ll, Moved Ids MEAT MARKET to No. 41
North Ninth'street. Old and now custom
ers aro invited to oath All hinds of Fresh
and ElnlOked Masts Ott , ltaiyl,
map (c-w4l . • • •
OTORE STAND 'FOR BENT.—The g
i - Z7 will of an EXC maniT STORE tiTANI,
ournor• of Ninth IA Chestnut streets, is
offered for lati a vi Eh ,or without the tlale
of . tho Ulaoil . ,wit siplut is a very profit
sWe ono,, la only disposed of fol• wanb of
time to tittenil to tho business. Possession
given on the Rest of Aprtl. Apply to •
itSUBEN DEEXEI 4 ,
rat* 4-2woodditi . On the Premises.
t-tro TIO LIIIEJITY BUILDING
AND'IIAVINGS ASSOCIATION have
e right tind•priVilego according to their
Charter, to IEOO Out 1,500 shares of stock.
Said -• number not et'y being 501 d,,, the
Directors passed artiaolution that the•
Of 'aubaorlption of shares shall not ho closed
until twit meetlifst the 24th day of March,
Isue. Pertions wishire, to take shares In
said AssoOlAtiOnou t all either on A, T.
0. Helfer, 127 Notth , t•inth street, or oh L.
Kreinp, In North Ninth Moot.
By order of the Directors.
mar 4-Sidi . L. KREMP, Secretary.
JOB - KUNTERS,
521 tOIJItT STR,EET,
"NTOTICEI—The tulhersigned , being eon
-174 viinied•by the xlebision of the Olty.
Holler, that, the olectlewof Water poturnts
stoners in 1807 i!m4 'IM9, was Illegal,. and
thnt there is now no board of Water Com
missioners Of the 'City 'of Reading in ex
'fsteneo uy right of inw, therefore gives no
tice that the Committee on' City Property
being the recognized head of all property
belonging tote city of Reading, that ail
applicatton for water, use of wa in fact,
all inatters appertaining. to the Water De
partment of the °My meet be transacted
through said Cornmittceiwhioh.by this no
tied ussiihiell opontro tintl,l the moo to law
JOHN D.r MOR4IB. •
mar 2-1 Chntritian COm.City Property.
. • • ~
tNADAMIC DX 011AMBLAY, Dumas) lekfost
and best work-..Th9 pages. with several
no engravings, rrida SO cents. For Sr
at the • • EAGLE BOOK STORE
mar 81.4wi1l • " • Mil Penn etre t.
LAustAx A •
r. .$,,; ; •; 0• Is
•.-,. - • • I,
V I OES SEGARS
itE4‘l36lMt-*ll4,tif EITREPT I .
r ' ; ' l24/ 111 ., J4! :1 (t1 114 ‘ . •
, ' ` 9s o.
i . 4
It! T Tin. &;::'00::i'
EIAGLE BOOK STORE,
No 542 Penn ?Weet..Readlng, Pe.
Quit Claim DOCtds,
Pao Sliuplo p . actds, '
Adudnistn9.ors Deeds, '
TfusteoslcßximutorS' 4r Guardian's Dein%
Mortgage, (Cominba forms
II 44 Ii (843 ire r 4401442)
IS 41 is (with wall'or)
Promissory Note, (wit)► ,etttivol)
, inpent, intorroga
dloi,tl snit Tenant)
Petition in DiveroMAdultOry) .
Interrogatories in moo of Adultory,
Petitionr in Divorce (1)60041011)
Interrogatories in ease of pesertlein,
Potitlon In.. Divoroo (Intolorablo Treat.
, monLY •
Intorrogatoiies in CRBO of intolorablo
De It by 2nd Assignee of Bead,
Do tby Brd Assignee ,
Do tby AssiOne of lions,
We k, Leber and, Materials,
Oh s ok, -
11111 of.Riehango„2o Indorage vs. Acceptor,
Bill of Exelninge..Vo. Drawer Pr Indorse:lr,
BM of PaoMingo, vs. Acceptor,
Comuienceinerit of Declaration in ease,
Bold'and Delivered, '
Quantum Valobant, • ,
Money Lent and Advanc - pdi
Money bad and Received, : • -•
Account Stated, •
Money Patti, ' • ' •
Debt upon Bond and togiipilt ActionOrn,
Prommlesory Note Payeo vs. Maker,
4I Indorsee 10. Indorser,
Va. Maker, ,"
U 1 11 It
Work, Le:, tiotif i ld iloldri.CO, .1 04 the Money,
Count's In ono C,c4 l ntk. '
11111 of ElcOhnnge 'Afeker In ciao
Of 246 A 66 004019,,0 I r
Bill of Exohango Make' vs. Acceptor, '
Itoloitso of A Judsmon6,
i _ ,
t ~. ..
POWERS (lIP ATTORNEY.
Powor of . Attorney. (Uongrol)
Power Of Atfroxiioy to 4000tvo interest,
Powell' of Attonioy to Iteeoivi) Dlvldeuilt
' , Duo And boxiklux Dub,
Power of AttierWei iit i Vraiiifer stock,
Leases, garullora and Tenant)
LendlOrd's Notlefi to Quit`'`
i , ' SCI '•• , ';'"-,' --
". 0 : .: , f , : • .„-i, .
Ebnft rft'OC f infrvit Ali? jOili .tecentlt
• 0t40004, ytheikiiti +t (a hisivoppty.
, 1 , ,„•:,,,, t, • ; A i 1 ' -
*l.littPrOßTAt4cf . OF
cot icor *l4,
iln• WI /*team Ariri front renAllit In
Cont. na /KM*, 4411949149, no Mer•
eury. Only ten Flu o 'Oen Uk ettlo effect a
ure. They aro entirelvelletable, having
n o tm'.
of the Moat elleate. Untea, ID from
two to four days, a d retell% &Ma in twen
ty-four houre: def t , • ; mall. Prlee—llalo
pinnate, 0101 . 0n1 • ; ~, ,
Bold by ifatvey I S.l Realing,,. Pa., and
• DIMIOND 4 co., Proprietors,
dee264ydl 915*m:4,14pp* p4lllldelph to.
' 4 .
S : .t ,
BAII,I44ITAXIS cur*: •
Tun MOST Cunha 11 'Rawl wtriii UM.
Teo t'A rilliditlt• WM
ttOlt SALE.—WiII by
_field lit Private tlaio.
the Stook of I, RIC) ilAlithitit
10P, with l i r ur °hit t B 5 ronn
et root,' ltekcit 014 OW Iti 'of going
Unto Other bus itObfg •' " • ' (fah ti
Impprt,spit to hinters
3 PRESSES POI SALE.
A FIND OITA*Op . FOR, 'MACH"
' lIISTS OD, MANUFAC
.‘`a, i F
TO BE SOLD CREAP.
.. r r• 4 r '~ 'Y.. ~
The following jikaolifner)o le offered for
WON IlitaffigUltageoui rates
ONE 013011Alikral4;; iigiCRNE OP
VOIA s UP I W IC "ItifPn.
ONE Bunruio.loll , iromlt'Ait
• • mom. /101rilaijii
ONE LAitrit CrIttINISER
ING Pp.FI4f,VGY%:ZETTE SIZE.
' • • ~ '
ONI3 iMALL ItAtitINOTON Nll
ONE STANDING PRESS.
tho Adler Off)co, or addrosi
OZ 4= 06.
• P.11::•,!,1 ;
DR.• frt(IVE it. ) 8"‘
ed Tonie..!Herb 1 Bitters.
-. „ :
ES •Alitr , l.lloll,ollS. _
W i t t %o r 4 , 44 , 41 . 16‘1 , 711$ VA L 1431
1 11. 't • di
4 North, Tiqiroll,ll,°°t°
130QTS AND SI - 1 9 ES
THE' DES 4 tM:O444fREiT I
REINHOLD 14:0t91011%1E11 . ,
No. 41 . ttOrti EAFtilllqat•
~..,., - ;..,ft „ii.
'1 41 91 8 1 11111°1 4r tAirE /OP resTA 11-
Ile 0 i, Oret-o • lio i b il i and'inoelnaking
establislment and po , the above stated
place, where,tyy • , la to t accommodate
custoDiOnt ITO 4 e t rtiplo p iissify Ilse of
to megs.'its 'a Owe prides th st Way other
1 00 in the ;Its, „ . , ' .
[he (.070,114.9110040/014 otilwoull I
en's i wc ' i i',', . 1 ft wjarfl upwar is
0101 ip Ostl'l'-' • • • • , •,44.-- •t, $3Ol
en'ayoticliks Aois. 1 tX)
ell'ilfi rn r Ciarainird 4 6llt9ilibtost toes POO
ova o l d s.. , so t4m4-1,, ',:, ot '-, g 25
• en'a calf I anion ' . ._:/ 0 ~ .,,i 1 i , ,i 0, :, ; SOO
mei SI • ; Poops '• ; (:: ~,..1. SO
-Boys' f Lipscomb, ICO
cksig M0rt1,0 1 ,2. , ..;, , ; ( ;41 , , , . 196 1
OM/ 111 444 1 reirigiak ' f ..
''- 1, - I: 276
• otainea agig it esi rattan.. . 75 to 2 ISO
deftest _ Br iu sri.- i :t. . . 190 90
' Metes t riesso obail l u: , , , ..t.
°tomtit' obloso. Os, • •:1
,:... 1 165
onto 's d silirof .
. 1 45
- ow. • <'- , ;, , ,..?-11 .4. 6., ry4
on 1 g Ohl 0 ..-i 4 4 A (i_iFir y ''
OA s' and boye, s locil !to . , .to 90
1 6 .A. W. il tarifa - ma of MA out t o and
* weals. : , -..it ( . .
o r dp:titiMMl94,tion at on,
~,i9 - ,mclt9tautedbatuti,lity.
, ,Affsplo. LIU XNI •
, 01 ;zoogagrutoottositif ofin. to all, of
itt NOIIII4 SIXTH 'ST - RUT,
t ' • • '
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