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l' antlinticd from
,fird pace. ) - C'
means at their command to bring t t , - tri I I
"vet', the chief of the rebellion. hate it
life remarkable failures in his cas wecti
~ti Often repeated that, ler ril•
prioty's Fake, if furl Aber
reason, it became at last netessltY to
extend to him an unconditional pardon.
What more 111111111rthittlethlifilldstittleg `
the extremity of party management and
inconsistency on the ono hand, and of
faction, vindictivel s td ,i 'tolerance
on the other? lait/.6 a
is wit hiiily,hel
ttncouraged, lwliblt it eh I ' tee'ord it'
'-''= sl that 1 -4 ;lOWA rewar4l 'may , be the ,
most virulent patty abuse and obloquy, if '
riot attempted diggratio. :' ' '
I iinte9 ,of. seeking to' make treason,.
odious, it :spiel'', iii.tretli, seem to have I
herm their puivotte rather 'to wake the
dehisce oi.•tlie C...'ortstitiition and Union a
crime, undl4,punish tfidelity to nit oath
of oflire„if winter to, party dictation,
by all the, niepna , at. their- command.
Happily tor the peac'e of the country,
iTetbrinined ngtt:tist the ittC ,
: toned powerofitlios States In withdraw
i t ion Y.sion•: The in,iti•
ttition of slavery. itlt,o found, its.destrue
tion in atitbBlli 4i i ;',- d il
.011 ~,,i.iit..tnee.. la it s n•
Wrests. it''shotild ber borne hi fai d.
howeVerrthht the WO neither impaired
nor destroyed the Constitution. but, (fb
the centrary v preserved its , existence ma
made appareitt Ito rep) 'raiser land (maw:,
iiig strength;; 'Alt' the rights gianted to
the States, ,or revorlell 16,th0 popio,
ti.)ereforei.,,,sip , ,ititi)i;t. , Among those
rights is }fiat cif the pe9ple pc i ; ach State
to declarellio' tittalijiention of their own
State elebtoile' ' ''' 'I ' . .
It isnlowy'asstitned I that Coegr'etes tall
control t)JiO, tight l . Alibich tan never ly e
taken tiwityrftdin thy i'tales without i , , n •
pairing ttie tgrinikeitini prinelplo of the
governed:elf 11self.. - `l'ill neeessar, t/r)th e
existence of .theifitat i 3, as well ass to the
ProtectioM4lo libmttes,oc, kite Teeple.
ltir the ag it to indeet ',the elector in
whom the r 4iffetil r i over' of the State
dial( be hid Aiics'olilts'the riOit , of the
Suite to lgortfro.,llse/Vis 'non, deprived
of this 1VF14)4 4 •tiv,4)::,4i0 StAtits . twill havb
no power w Oh l ivarlig. Al } will -tie
gone, andil el ,Nlll' in, snh'ttettattp the
arbitrarylol 1 1 4 Odn'ffosi. f he'llovern• '
went wig then; he eclatralixod, if not by
the passage,of,lawti f ilten by the adore
-11011, tht;oyit partite it
,infltomete of t i n
aniendinea, fre;do i eoelhet with, the
original 'Osiltnit .01' he 'Consiittitl en ,_
'l'b i 's provdt how:tide ,coryit' is Vint the
people 61 MIKipquit the adtaitdistratiOn
44 the tbre9 Wet, epllttoto',,s ,of the
Goverinijit.iiittet. ithijklim limits of
the Constithilon;' ' TI ( fit' lio n ii ii nr i p i b a i t :,
been riociirOittly; viellii lid; ' and' neltlitfr
should ..3e4 ialloweditg , Irespasa iipon the
`',: i .itir; ilec,,ab<oe, 411,, to Pat:roach on the
reserved,Al t itp (if. the Topple 8101' the
States. , : •
'llie Wetiliket,' Of the • 'past 'four years
will provo.to'tho tiatibit bleniitiks if thoy
producoqap 4 4 ilasirablo o 4 i result. Upon
those wh j o b becitilmeting iiikin j amid the
sound of catibpti,fun! din Of arms, and'
quietly fetilitibd tb ',the Carats, • the fee
curies and the schools of the , land, will
principhlly, ! dev,olyse„ thetioleum duty cif
perpettiattpithe i ttniOa of the 'Slates, in
tiefonee'RWhielt hiOltedif of ' ththisands
of theilfeomindoitolilted, and hundreds
of millions of ittctie al , obligations were
inetirreA l !Amen)), people iv4l,not neg
lect the trnming nekensaiy to resist ng
gressioioJutithy''Sribiild be jealous lest
their wlll'U. made ' suboltdinato to the)
military vlement. , r lhe Awed to °neon'
age in ovary legitiintitel , way a Study of,
the emtptitt4 t ion lei. which the War was
\ti nged, a IMAM( gri of end reverence for
whose 'Wind elieoltieby those tit) soon to
oceupy , thetplaces filled by their seniors
will he 14e„9polly likiiin of, preserving the
reoubliit. 'Hie_ young ittelA 01 tho nation
not yet iiiitle l i'llie coilt t rol of party must
resist the , l'efeliiiicy to eentraligatlon, an
tuttgrowtll,of,the great rebellion, and he
familiar %v4ll, 0 0 , fact, Unit the country
consists of united ,Stites, fled that when
the StAol` i 'Stiii'endered certain great
tights for the' sake of it 'm'ore perfect
unionoloy, tittuitietl rights as valuable
met importatittei nw. yiltieli they re
lintiuitthed for thy cemnionwealtle
'1 his Sabiti Ohl 'ildeirlite',' far different
(rein the' idaehiegi tout led to the attempt
to secede, randrtt, kindred ..theory 'that
States ,were,}}iltten,i)it of the Union by
the rash 11q3 cif tliispirators that hap•
mined l'o ihniiill 'Within their bowlers, must
ho reeetvett'add aditneated with 'rho en•
thuajasin•Of early manhood, ot tho people
willbe Fele(' py corrupt
the conimeroial, centres, who, plethoric
from weeltlW'neitually migrate to ;the
capital of tho vintion4o. purchase special
legislation. ~Until the representatives of
the people in
. tiengrese more 'fully ex:-
hibit tho diverse ;alums and interests of
the wlfdld 'fittliOtt'Arld the'laws tense to
be tuatle 4 Withent full disettision at the
behest ofhoine trinity leader, there will
never be aproper respect shown by the
law-nuthing power either to the judicial
or executive brand,' of tho flovevninent.
Tbe"generetion' jinn tbegineffig to use
the ballot box, it is believed, only need
that their ft 1143141011 should be called 'to
these consideretions to indicate by their
votes that Oil wish their teitte,sentatives
to obserVe al the restraints which the
people; in adopting the Constitution,, in
tended, to, 'repose' Nam party excess.
Calmly viewing ley'edmitlistration of the
government, 1 feel that 1, with a sense
of accountability tto Clod, having con
seientieuely,einleavored to discharge my
who'd 'aitty,, I,,havo nothing to regret.—
Eventi have` proved Ow correctness of
Ilse pdliCY set forth in toy first end rithse
orient messages. , The IVOt'il which have
tolloific,kl the rojectiou of °tiered inagniin-,
unity and coustitntional yule are known
and d4loreil by the nation.
It is'itmatter of pride'and gratification,
in retirilig front the most exulted positioti
in the gill. of ,it free people, to feel and
Itsilow that in a long, arduous and event.
ftil-publie Re, my action bas•neyer been
influenced' by-the, desire for gain, and
that 1 eau,in alleineetity, inquire, whom
have , I franded? whom have I dp
pressed, or or whose hand hero I re
eeived ltnY leihe to blind niy eyes there
with?'' No 'responsibility for wars that
have been waged or blood Maims been
shed rests meet int). ,My tliougho.lutve
been those of peace, and niy etait has
ever bi;en co allay enntentions aiming lay
.conntrylinin. 'Forgetting the past, let ins
returitito.the first prineiples,of the Gov
erinn9qt, limb,: unftitling the banner of
cur couutty, insetilie upon it, iiilnefrace
able ch4rittliteVih, "the, Constitution and
the Unieti; one nod inseparable."
,-;., ... ANiumw.3olissoN.
Waishintop,,P.iC., March 4, 1869.
. , .
A :461.1t1:1t 61' neid !lium) houses hay.i
been tweeted 'end Tenth street, on ;the
Hiopo,opNovorsitik:lllll. Tim majority
of them were' built by Mr. Steplum . ,l the
enterprising contractor. A number of
otheritchre:balug built at the nano place.
'yemiltt chestnut trees on the
summit of INeversink being out,
away. tiomo,',of theca, ert . ) I made into
rails, others intollrewo.ll. A thick
growth of Onderhrttsk remains, with it
nuutt~er4.• young. chestnut• shooty,
which nob in kime, become as valuable
the 'firt4 f iont thirty growth. .
i !)1•" ,
To Moan- it no Ito at tllO
whitds of two egg. With two spoonfnis
of white augat, grate in a little. nutmeg,
hind half ,of IttloWdrin i*er.
Beat bp Well and tako. a wine glass of
of It every three hours, • ,
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WEDNE:II)Ar, MARCH 10, 1860.*
A Drs. R 0 ffi e 6, DAILY EAGLE
and READING GAZETTE &
CRAT have, ,been , removed to
542 ,Penn s Atredi,' • Selunneker
itua. Jscon It. SCHREYER is our nutbor
ized to obtain . subscriptions for
I).m.y EAGLE, thuzsm: .t.ND
IJe~cot nor; and ttio; AMAX.- Ile hill
CORLMintee leis cani.md of the county' at:
A IleMooratte (Info of 3,300 mince
' CONCORD, March 1U
'The New Hampshire election was Hell
reslerday. Thu Republicans elected
thislow •itearns, their candidate for Gov•
ornflor t l)y about. 3,5 M) majority,iand ear-
Tied the three' Congressional' districts.
They have also a
. largc majority in the
General 'armies, majority in Novetu
ber was WOO,. •
Tt t: ‘Is•T Err C A gT.-Mr. AT. Sim a,t t ,
,yri;tctr(ifty, re,tigne'd the Suercitary:dtip'of
Adolph llotielititl been qualified
uy dot 'Seeretitry of the Ittvy, and hi
sreted hi. Depa 4
riment, yotet day.
A.• IVARN/NU TO YOUNG DIEN.
The :Norristown corresPondent of the
Pottstown Lodger gives the following ac
count of the departure of Nude's gang of
; robbers front that place, on their way to
'the Eastern Penitentiary. Every young
'man, and every boy, especially every ono
whoso'blens of such - characters are de
rived from the too numerous yellow.cov.
ered novels of thel present day, which
omit villains into heroes, should read
0113 articheand reflect upon the difference
betwcen 4 romanee and tho plain, unvar :
MOJA, truth of the old maxim—" The
way Of i the transgressor is hard;"
'Cn.O OANo.:---I,ast, Wednesday eve•
ring a gang of eight men wore taken from
our poison' to Philadelphia, to be placed
in the Easfern Penitentiary. .They eon.
prised that lot of desperadoes who have
produced such terror • throughout our
county, in their assaults upon veaecable
households, for the purpose of robbery
and other desperate acts. At thOhead of
these WOWS wore, Wade and Hummel.
The phrty had all been convicted at the
regent, session of the Court, and the Judge
senteacesl them to ten and twelve years
solitary confinement and hard labor. in
the Eastern Penitentiary. Amongst the
gang were those who appearedyoung, and
had scarcely any of the marks of Brune
depicted on their, countenances; .others
fouka the very desperadoes they \veva,
their long life of sin having impressed its
evil ;narks' upon their faces. Judging
f ro m the severity of the seut,ence6,, it
seems the Court was determined to put it
stop to such desperate acts that' have for
months past been developed throughout
thh ► 9anty. It is not alone the loss in
go,is a family sustains by these midnight
prowlers, but the perfect Marin and future
terror u felinity is left in after such a raid
as these robber's make upon a home, is
almost unbearable. Each two wore
fastened together with luvalcutis by the
wrists, and a crowd follred them to the
depot, and gazed upon them as .if they
had been wild animala. They withstood
the scrutiny without evincing any ciao,
tion. it is stated that when they were
taken into the Penitentiary, and were
being prepared for their long and dreary
incarceration, their bravado gave' way
autti some of them shed tears. Along
with these eight, were two young
lads 'sentenced by ' the Court to
the Mouse of Refuge to remain there
until 21 .years, of age. If any one has
doubt of, the truth of that sentence,
which say's "RIO way of the triinegressor
is hard," they lihould have had a glinve
at these men, chained together, being
conveyed by the Sherif', on a bright,
beautiful morning, to the gloomy cells of
a Penitentiary, to be imprisoned for a
decade of ycars, solitary and nt hard
labor. it is a fearful warning to those
young men who start out , gaily in life
without metal principle or a. uhristran
' character to give theat security and keep
them in the 'paths of virtue" and right.
One false step, one evil-companion, one
glass of ruin, one taste of tobacco, the
first deliberate violation of the laws of
(led, is often but the prelude to disgrace
and at , solute ruin. Slum the first step.
COLLECTOIt ANO ASSESSOR,
Ana IYart, Fot.. li►r Collector, .1. Ross
Miller, Exg.. for Aosepotor.
Me. Hart i,i an old, experienced and
reliable merchant in this city, lie has
carried on a' large and varied .butiness
for years. He has purchased largely
from the house of,,Hon. A. T. Stewart,
present Secretary %sot the Treasury. By
his economy 'and liberality, he has won
the confidence or, the public in this
county. He has stood first and foremost
among our leading merchant% for years,
and is honest, industrious and frugal,
ile,has :watched the 'prosperity of this
city from the time it was a boroqh until
it has attained the population of 60,000
inhabitants. His voice has always been
lvrd for pyosperity and advancement.
hope that Mr. Stewart will apPoint
'limos he is honest,' capable and deservP
J. Ross Miller, Esq., is a young law•
yerpf studious habits and.good'iudgment.
lie is backed 'by a host of friends, Mid
has been for' years a leader of the K. of,
J. S. of America. his eminence
as a lawyer is unquestionable, and he is
a brilliant in the social circle. He bears
thensamc business relations to the eiti•
tens of Reading as the constellation of
the Ursits iffqior does to the rest - ef the
heavens. HO tuts ono of the firtft and
warmest supporte4 of Gen. Grant, and
was a private of a Fompanyat the battle
of Antietam, niemorftble in song and
story, which maimed him for life. Stea
dfast and ardent in lfapublicanism, well--
versed in the principles of international
law as expounded by 'Vattell.he.is honest,
capable and deserving, Andfor
fought valiantly for base, political op
poilents. As the editor of the "Ham.
burg Herald" he has shown himself en
able and witty *titer; ,andin conclusion
we say if merit is considered, J. Ross
Miller is the appointee. . ' M.,.
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TO i p UYSIO-LANS. '.:%. ..•
~i 0 NNW IfOurt i r,A.o SlSth, PAl'f. ' 1!,
1 Al : ratt tocall your; at ion to •ruy ~
IPE , r • • • VON OE ito . UND El
-1 T :,„' l'' BUOUU. The 00miLeiltnt parts aro
I E li% II Lotto Lx.tir, GOBBED; JUNIPER
8.,,,.: ' 4 : lES.,_,.
..,- , „ 1 L •
Juniper Berries by distillation, to lona a
line gin.. VOA* extracted by,. 0101490.
went by llitir o tained frOM
M .l lir iper Der
riot, costa Ogyerylittle sugar, et all
proportion '' f spirit, and more palatable.
than any now in use. Tho active proper.
ties aro by this mode extracted.
Bucliu, as prepared by Druggista gener
ally, la of a dark Color. It IS a plant that
emits its fragrance; the action of a flame
destroys this (Reactive principle), leaving
a dark' and glutinous decoction.' Mine is
the color of Ingredients. The Bnchu in my
preparation'tpredominates ; the sMallest
quantity, of the other ingredients are ad.
tied, to prevent formentatiOni ,upon MANG.
Don, It will be found not to be a Tine
ture, us made In Pharmacciptea, nor is tt,a
Syrup—and therefore can be used in case-8
wherfever ,or intlatnntatton eltibts. In
this lint have the knowledge'of the ingto•
(lion 5 and the Mode of preparation. •
liciping that you will favor it with atrial,, -,
and that upon inspection It will with
tiear approbation, With a feeling of Con
I out, very resneetfully
11., T. ifkr.DstuaD. .
cilemio. and Druggist 01115 Years'
Experience In Phila.atiphia, and
now located at his Drug and Chem
kW Warehouse, &91 Broadway, New
AB in tM largest
ho Atanufacluring Chem-
iam acquainted with litr. I. T. Helm
bold ; ho, occupied the Drug Store oppo.
alto my residence and •was successful in
conducting the business where others had
pot been equally so before hint. I have
,been favorably, impressed with ills charac
ter dud enterprise.
FirM of Powers & Weight tuan, Matto-
Mt urin g Chemists, Ninth and Brown
HEW. UOLD'a FLUID EXTRACT Recite, • for
weakne4s arising' from Indiscretion. The
exhausted powers of nature which are ac
companied by so many alarming symp
toms, among which will be found, Indispo
sition to ExertlewLoas of Memory Wake.
,ulness Horror of Disease, or Forebodings
of Eviii,M feet, Universal 'Lassitude, Prose
(ration, and Inability to enter into the en
joyments of society.
The Constitution, once affected with Or.
Jamie Weakness, requires the aid of Med.
teluo to strengthen and invigorate tiro
system, which, lIEIXIIOLDIS 'EXTRACT
BUCIEU invariably does. if no treatment .
is submitted to, Coneumption or Diktat? ,
ihttmilor i o's , Ituto Eivrrt i th MOULT; , p
affections peculiar to Females, is une
qualled by any other preparation, as in
Chlorosis .or ltetention, Painfulness, or
Suppression Of Customary Evacuations,
Ulm toed or Salines State 9f the Uterus,
and all complaints incident to the sex,
whether arising front habits of dissipation,.
imprudence, or in the deelino or change of
liatynotnis FLUID ExTillio'r HINDU A:(1)
DirnoVim Ross WAsii will radically ex.
terminate from the system diseases arising
from habits of dissipation, at little ex
pease; little or no change In diet, no hi
conven lenco'or exposure; completely so.
perseding those unpleasant ami dangerous
remedies, Copalva and Morettry,inall them)
Usk: HELSIBOLD% FLUID ExTRAUT 'Mout;
ill all diseases of the organs, whether In
male or female, from whatever cause ori
ginating, and no tnattor of how long stand-
Mg., Ms pleasant in taste and odor, "int;
mediate" in notion, and More strengthen.
lug than any of the preparations of Bark
Those suffering from brokon-dowa 'or
delicate constitutions, procure the remedy
The reader must he aware that, laiwever
slight may be the attack of the above
diseases, it is certain to facet the bodily
health and mental powers.
All the above disease 4 require the aid
of a Diuretic. IIIILMBOLD , S EXTRACT
BUWIU Is the greatest Diaretle.
-Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price
—11i.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 1511.60.
Delivered to anymidress, Describe quay
toms in all coulutunteations.
Address 11. T. 11ELbf BOLD, -Drug mill
Chemical-Warehouse, IYAliroadW ay, N. Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS
DONE UP in -street-engraved wrapper,
with fac-shuilo of my Chemical Warehouse,
"nll l 4 HILL"
SELECT FAMILY iscuttinral sulan,
An English, Classical, Mathomatioal,6olcu
lino and Artiatin•lnathution,
/Olt YOUNG MEN AND BOYS!
At &admit, Montgomery County,
The second half of the eighteenth annu
al eeaslon contrueneed on Wediomday,
the 3(1 day Of February last. Pupils re
eetVed ta any Ow. For vireniars addros
REV. GEO. F; , DULL ER, A. M.
HIM Melgs, geliacifer, Mann,
Kt tuttli, tiefes Muldeuncrg,
Conrad, Boberger, iSterret, and
HON nage Ludlow, Leonard Myers, M.
Russel Thayer, Benj. M. Boyer, Jacob S.
Yost and 11 tester Clymer.
88(0,--Jatues J:. Caldwell, Jalllo4 L. Un
born, J. F. et, E. B. Cram James [pun Ilton,
Theo. G. Boggs, C. F. Norton, L. L.
Iloupt, 8. Gro3s Fry, Miller A, Derr,
Charles Wannetnacher, James Kent,
Santee .t Co., John-Wiest, etc. '
GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT.
SCIII(EDER FELIX, 1 '
Ntaroroom, coiner Fifth and Washing-
II ANI7 FA UTOII W A SLY R(1 TO S 2
WHOLESALE ANI) .RETAI
UNDERSIGNED • RESPEOFULLY
1 invite Publto attention to tho splendlit
stoqk of drat-chase furniture now and constant
ly on hand. and &ado to. order to buil
Among other Ildielog, especial attention Is
Invlted,to their unsurpaescd,
DINING ROOM OHAURS,
CENTRE-AND OTHER TABLES
BEDETEAIA . 'OF • 'MO; • LATEST STYLES
and every other, article iu their lino of basi
Every article Is manufactured by thenisolves,
in their admirably arranged manufactory.
with the most portent machinery, and skill
fnl meehanlos, and, finished in anwarms
Also prepared to ex . oeuitoall.ortlera for
All or,tors promptly inooutoil, awl writ rant
ccl ti giro rintlefoction. ' op. 10-
Bucit & illto..
No. 313 ' , I IC'S ,STREET,
Aro .Oow offering u opleadhl elncic of
COME AND SECURE UREAT DAIWA 1.
Sults wade up tborder In splendid style=
An unsurpassed stook of tndo'
I'ltlcEs TO SUIT Tlig TI3IEI.
CALL AND ElEk
BIJCII, & BRO.,
BEAU MONDE HALL,
No• Of t_ PENN pinzEt.
feb fBd - ,
Fribiiiiiii‘Aa . :';'o,46'NEAtux
1515 i Mites Built-
THE UNION PACIFIC R. R. .00
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.,
Have added,Eight Bandied (SOO)
theft the current year, who
°lug a large local palsouget and freight
business. The through Connection will
undoubtedly be completed nest uuwiuer,
trhen the through traffic will be very great.
t'orty thousand men are now employed by
the two powerful companies in pre lag
torn aid the great national highway. to it
speedy completion, Only :100 milKs re
main to be built, of which moctly are
graded and ready for the mils.
Ilret Mortgage Gold liondti of the Union
Pacific Itaillroad Company for sale at par
and Ittlereit, and fllrtit Mortgage Gold
Nude of (he Central Pacitip Railroad, at
103 and Interest,
The prineLlat nud alutet,l of holh
are payable in gold.
1)EA1,1:16 IN (101'1 1 :11NNIN.NT 81:CUR1-
lius RW1101134 iliti trOnt
N 0.331 Pettit street, to $33 Penn street,' tlyo
iloora holow tho latutes7• , ! National
''Whero he will L) lutppy' to uttot, all his
friontle and eivltonters.
A now and tresh stuck of bloods On' Intuit
for the Spring Cartaign, wh,tch ‘llll, , be
hallo up in On REST STY LE and tit • very
reasonable chargoii. , _
11. T. IIIt,LMIIOI.IJ
if any dozen remedies combined m 111 Inc
bizsil ad many good yerlifleatus from pronit•
noun citizens In the city' and v [chilly as
those - a ho, have been eared by the nee of
the Macedonian Oil—call oh
The Gorman atid English (( lecturer of the
4 ,0)1)1011y, stopping at the Keystone blouse
and purchase a bottle of tho Oil, or receive
;advice and trolitment free of obargt.
Aldo Sold by .1, K. McCurdy, Doctor
Ziegler and S. S. Stevens. Unit Li
/OA ALDEIMEN AND JUSTIGEi 01.
• TOE PEAVE.
Approved Fobruary Itsth, ISCA
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gooil His will be guaranteed. •
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Horaeo and May on une6nseinus In-
Amaranth for loung . Pco)le, 4 00
Christmas Greeting, 10
Stories of Old - 25
Book of the Hudson—lrving, , 23
Jonas' Stories, 25
Sermons for the people,
An argument for Clu•lst
Exposition of Universalism, •
Small Books tin Great Subjects, . 30
Tupper's Poetical Works comillete, 56
Letters to a Daughter, 37
Proverbial Philosophy-, 37
Naomi,lioston two hundred years atop, 37
Dtiek and Port, I 75
Fremont's Exl►loratiou,, 75
Courso of Creation, 70
Co l urso of Thrit4-Pollock, 65
Lite of Josephine, - 30
Poetical WorkO or the Davidson
Sisters, • G 5,
Ship and Slime, 73
fitietches and Legends of the Rhino, 38
Combo's Constitution of Man,' 50
ilydrophoby la) the People, 10
living Author's of England, 37
iroland as I sae - ii., 53
Land and Lee, 35
Winslow's Philosophy, 1 •30
, Lectures for the Fireside, 45
The Silver Cup, 30
Memoirs of a Hungarian Lady, 33
Fowlor on Hot canary Descent, 40
Dobai° on the Doetrino 01 Cal versa!
Scott's POetical Works, 05
Life of John Quincy Adam:, 07
Life of General Taylor, 37
Life of James K. Polk, 67
Life of General Putnam, 30
‘Viiitehead's Lao of Wesley, ' ' 03
Life of Oen. Nathaniel Greene, 50
Life of Gen. Marion,
Life of Murray, ' 50
Life of 811 as Wright, 50
Lite of Gen. Pierce, • 25
Lives of Madison and Monier, 58
Life of Gen. Lafayette, 67
Illustrations of the Parables,
Dofoncu of Phrenology, 50*
-Mechanic's Assistant, 75
' • • 50
Family Picture? from the Bible, 23
- Nationale of Wine, so,
Austin on the Attribulce, . j , Ul
Young /11.1815tald, 30
Illustrated Life of friti*lin, 710
schnieris Complete Works J , 3,50
MACEDONIAN OIL TRIUMPHANT.
WILL you PLEASE REA U TIIIB I
• Heading, Pa., -tau. 12. 180,1.—Mr. Win. C.
Krouse, No. 201 youth Fifth strpet, says the
M. M. 011 is the only thing which ha,sgiven
strength to his broken arm—has used It in
his family for Earache, Neuralg4, and
frocited, feet, performing in each ease a
ivondafully quick and radical mire.
E. FOX, Proprietor of Keystone House,
eortltles that three bottles of thl 011 mired
a stralut,in a Horse, valuing the cure at
JOHN KEMP, Policeman, says the Oil
cured him of a severe fracture of the collar
The above mailed persona are well known
in tufa vicinity, and aro living witnedsee.
Having furnished such ample teethnony
at the times we advertised withlthe
FOUR HORSE ellAllloy,
giving those popular open air
I ticom unlidoessa.ry tb add wort) nettuog.
The Magic Illacodontan Oil Co. will
BANKING:LtOUS . Ei v : ,
A.Nitt R fik '
Peal.r3 in •
U. S. BONDs .• STOCK', Go
SI.LATfAt Aid) CO I:014$ •
LW 11.DIK AND PUILAINitrill A
Interest initti on nll Delitvlt9
()pert t‘i 4t it. Hi.
BUIIONG & - 11110riiElt.
READING FIRE INSURANCE
TRUST COMP'Y OF BERKS COUNTY
(truant lei', eh. ty, /807: eswittai flaq,oo6.*
Office, Reading hisuraneo Iluilrtina, tlO.
19 North kith &reel, South-R(4qt ,
corner of Court Street.. ,
ok VICE lIOU nti loith/24 BA. tti V. IP*l4
J. I'llIg(ILE JAMPLII AIt.ANIOHT A
lIENny Z. VAN REED, JACOII SIIAPYNER,
J. T. JAvi(t , o7.ti, 1). E. STOUT,
JONAH SHALTKR, .1. T. VALENTI?. 11,
rrIIIS COMPANY INSURES ALL
_k 409 of property against loss or. dam•
agn bV lira ft rates as low as any other roll-
Company end upon every plan linbwn
to Stoeic Insurance Coinpanios.
Perpetual Policies . Issued- molting no,
renewal and upon which the amount of
premium paid can be reclaimed at any time
a deduction of aVe per tot; The ed.
vantages of this Method are wm thy of the
attention of fanners and others having
tied-ehtbs Alwelling 'houses, bariut and other
bulitlif -, s, In town or country, RS bOlite, the
eheapet mid safest. r
Policies for one, t we, three, five or mOrA
years; or for ley Thai) one year, twitiod . and
no chaigeleade, for PolibY and survey when
renewed or when insurances art transfer
rod from othereoMpanies.
The citizens a Iteatii9g and vicinity,
hitherto dependent mainly upOn tOreign
eta,almaiva have tiO)Y the Priv il ege 14 c4. teetmgtheirr insuritnees In a home inStltu.'
boil, well organty.ed, alt I, an adequate paid,
1,, told guaranteed edpital; pre4u4tiag as
Along a basis of seeurity;as that of ally
.'.4, to advantage of deli,
'hushieg4 iiireeil.Y %\ th 'the' ComPaaY - Plq
the Importance Of lc ' o PiligmeliiliPariler. 6 f
the largo sions'paiti for insurances; in eir
culla inn at home,-wiii be:appreidatild hy I'M.
, .1. PRING Li: .10NCS, PreEddmit.
~ JAM ES.MI.KN hall', Vivo President.
S.E, ANCONA, Seeretary anti Treasurth'.
Aug 0, ltchi-lyd&w . = ,
Extc s nsivo Graiti.Viarolio.uoo,
PAAti.c,Rf;;, , Alll)
who my ‘6411 0, Ftort' lintin, Ac, , Storage
nua comini,kvion relit Intikqe,' Allf),.ti rer.iriOr
stock 61 .;. r •
FLO 1J It •AN b Y c., '
For,talo wlieltistile qui tetuilhl, 'ovior [aloes
thud ~tti be purcip.na.i eleowl) rq i +, Also, a
t iqpori,, T AA it • .
• Hu okwheat Meal, Potatoiia.
0 Lilco. /03 kt th tat, Itoadtni,Va.
PR. JACKS ON'ti NAiEllil'lCA.•
F!W : //E/SIEDY IN CONSUM.'TION.
A phyhielan who had consumption for
revcralyear,,, with frequent bleeding
the lungs, cured hlnisell with a medicine
unknown to the profession, whenhis case
appeared . hopeless, and when givtat up by
several,entlnent physicians its incurable.
lie is the only physician who has used it
in his own pdrsod, or who has any' know).
edge of its virtue:3 / and he eat ascribe the
degree of health he now enjoys to nothing
but tho use of this *medicine ; and nothing
but otter despair and entire extinction of
all hope of-rotw toy, together with a want
of confidence in all others, induced. him
to hazard the experiment. To those suf
fering with this ntalatly,he proffers a treat
tment which he confidently believes tvlli
Oradhatte Lite disease and restore jimalth.
Ito has Witnessed recoveries that seemed
beyond hope, when the worst symptoms
existed. tall or send for Circular.
E BO Y LSTON JACKSON ,- .
No. 230 T ENTII Street Phtlatla.
For Sale by HARVEY Milton, Druggist!,
Reading, Pa., and all Drugguns, !-
M ONEY WANTED F
1 BY THE CITY OF READING.
The undersigned, Committee; on' r Mance
of the Corpoiation of the City of Reading,
Is empowered to borrow the saw of
I-FiVE • TIIOI3ELAti D DOMAIN
for the purpoBe of enlarging the Water
Works of the
,suitl city, and the said Cont.
taittee hereby give notice that they .are
aFred to issue Certificates for the Salle
at sES per cent. Interest, to parties loaning
money to the city for the purpose above
Ranted. Persons desirous of investing in
this loan will apply Welting of the wider.
committee, or to William iluklutt. ,
retell ( &111., City Treasurer.
, •x•!.' 1 I , II
- U• •M D
• - - 01 - •
•• , T 11.13 (IBLEBRA2'ED
-Ak3T 'TItOTTI t Ng STALLION'
A NI) STOUIC ,1,10116 T. ;WILL
stand the onsoing your at Royer's
Ford, above l'hoout*vllle from Aptit 1 to
it Iy, 1, For Information, apply to Dr.
Dean, V. S., Royer's Ford, Montgomery
county. Ternts,,W• for thQ season, to be
palthitt llto tttno•Of service. o°o4 ntubligg
and pasturing on the Orem Ism , Partienlar
attention paid to makes• front a dbAtuivo,
All mares at the t Isk .of the oWnbr, Ills
est trot of the season was over Point Breeze
Park ; time, 2;214. JAM ES 1110 LE,
inar,6 •Stw) • , Owner.
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE PEOPLE.. .
THE BEST - AND. CHIULPESTI
Nb. 41 Nort Sixth Stroot,
1 1'11E SUBSCR 1 TIMIS liilVll JUi3T ESTAII
- fished I. lint-class Boot, and 'Shoe-malting
and stre at th
to o abovo stated
place, v,here th ey aro 'ON accommodate
customers with t nc host articles in their lino of
btthilloti: , • and it lower Prices than at any other
place in the city.
The following list of prices proves all we say :
Illen'tt calf boots, Ft 00 and upwards.
Mon's kip boots, $3 00
Men's working shoes, 160
Mon's Preach calf Congress gaiters,hoz to es,3 90
Men's calf tiongrel:s gaiters. 2 21 1
Mon's calf Bohai: rats,
Mcn's kip Baluaorals, ' ' 1 0.
Boye_calf Balmorals, " 160
Boys' kip Daimon's. ,
' ' ZS
Youths' kip Balmorals, 1 00
Women's lasting high Per::11, - 216.
Wornon's (Ingress gaiters, -, Th to 260'
Women's lasting Balutorals, . - 100,
Women's Morocco Balmorals, ' 200
Women's Morocco shoos, ''' • 16 5
- Wonion's kid slippers. . . 6.5
Misses' lasting Polish, 1— • 1 45`
Youths' galtors from . la tte.. to 11,
Youths' and hogs' shoes foto :Pal. to t'l
lso, a large stook of notloue , on (lau d at
fol . sale.. - ' , Jl.
The above prices are lower.,, thal at' arty
ler shutter plaat of heliu in the pity: - 0 ,
R E,P A I R I.', m
N:(1 . v i' ' '
Particular attention is paid to . all .kinds I:if
repairing,- , 1
1 , .) A
• ' REINHOLD k Scl - sICENER, i
NO. 41 -NORTH SIXTH STRis;P:T •
(180 . 61 THU ootiii.r . Bottio,),
READIN4, • P4l .
sii4lll- •i •
D It A It"ls N ,
Owe at ut,
REAM NG, PA.
ALL OF FAStiOl'i
11 ~ • i,y-i• ,;-:.
•,...,. : :"!, f
• " ... '', : 5 "
4 • 100. 610 rit 1-;!
171 r I
.' -: ,1:. • . "t• •
1, - '.i -P,• '%l \ 1
~,- 4 ‘..
4 0 el
J A MES E. STAFFORW
announces to tho citiZetla of Heading that
having removed his Merchant Tailoring
establishment to,. tiro
room, N 0.616 Penn street, he is noW• pre•
pared, with an increased stook or goo4B.
•and superior facilities for manufaCtUtidgi
to supply all with ' ,__' 4 t
9( tl►e best quality goods, gotten up in the
of every yle anit variety to suit the taste
of all In want of anything In this lino.
None but the best hands are employed.
anu all work guaranteed, The patronage .
of the publie Is respeetfuny
J M.E6 E. STAFlrtirtl),
fob ISM No. 616 Penn St
LJ (TIM. EX VELOPES AND INITIAL LET
TER PAPER, 45 CENTSBOX.
INMAL EN VELOPEI3 A ND IN A
ITIA J, LET
TER PA PER, 45 CENTS A BOX
INITiAI ENVELOPES AND INITIA I. LET
TER PAPER, t CENTB A BOX
PpLEY'S 13EST UtilD iIiNS AND 1101. -
- Ettri AT KM.
FOLEI."§ DEST GOLD IrENS AND 1101D
EMTIiBESTAPi;.ANDiaL I) •
FO iirg. BEST i lthg S' AND 11 ThD
' , AT .
- t NM •
so 1104. sTob
801, ) AT EA MA BOOK BTORn
N). 511, STREET
NO. n: PENN STREET
No. 41'2 PENN STREET
C AVIIAT EVERYBOD \ I WANTS.
VT, MORNING I,IC4IIT.—W. P. 11AIN
11[1'4 secured of Olin, PAINTER, tt, CO., tlic
inguitcy for the abovu naneed stove, which
Is tnbuting'' with unparalleled . success
wherever It appears,' It combine nil the
I odern Intproventonts', such as reversible
cross passes, toodor door end cut off dues,
It hasiixtralar4o OVEN, mid as tv bubo!
Is ttot surpassed by any stove In tito mar
! hot. They Inive Ulligivett thc• best s tits.
faction. Every. stove warranted. The
place to got It is at No. ZI North •Elgltill
ROOFING Atilt tiI'OUTINLI and nil kinds
of light Job 'work solicited and promptly
attended - to. Haying. had consider-.
MAO exiv; t levee lit this line 1 Ice! -sat
isfied that I tom prodUee week In the beet
manner possible, and at reat-o a ttble
teitas tis any.other pine° in the city.
To such its »my ftwor '»to With Litelr
mune 1 will say that the bust or sat tittle.
tion will be guart r teed,
W. 'l', MAIN,
90 North Oct.
R E PIO V A,LI IiEMOVALII
Ilan boon romovott)trom tho Keystono Build
ing to tho now and 'ologantfitoro,
NO. 437 PIiNN NTREET,
Whore oustothers will find a very Inrge eto,:k of
the best rnd purest
WIN leA, BRANDIES, WHISKIES,, '
&0., ever offercid to th; public of Reading. Alf
•the proof of the Ohm, that to required is
trial. A abaro of patroitage i soligited.
f . - ; WODUSBARTO.P
WaIIIA:gALE ANI) DEALER IN
i' I LUMBR I
Keeo constantly on hand and for sale
at tits I •
IA EST PRICES,
A general - witiortment of
WHITE ' , Lim, HEMLOCK,
CHERRY, OAE,, ASH, CHESTNUT,
INDIANA BLACK,AND WHITE
MICIINAI , 4 PA-NEL
Thorougidy seasoned and under cover.
1' fl. ND
NOII TM CAROLINA:4I RP, 'EN
,SIViMP VEDA R
'B.H IN Cr 14 E S •
KfrOktlOn 4.4l3pUctftiny tiqd
komptly attt4oltitl to, kor
dull at tho
.NEW, II It,I,C.OFF.I.CE,H,
? , Orktlia pant et* . 4,Fotkrth and Pine St reni
: * • Obi ai l k li B l 3 , 4 '
17 1, :' vil j".
..; , 5,, .. 1 .i.t ; • . : ;'t IL 4 1* * M-121.1 " ' ' --;
igib 28, 1.808-ifdl , REA.DINO PA,
uizAli AND PE ARTU It F. Op
ikit lifttlitilla,4lltirNur, 'P r e l I s A l I A, L o B t .
!, Nat ed to q lontitatio —Leaves Ite i•
a ..01 - 1 , li. Tttes ay, I h um! .! 14
tar .Re a saiikai a) . 6 and P ) 14 /
~,, 1,4 'inlet. it .4
1174ti4` ifeittiitotiowiii a tiled Post Ofi ct ,
awn, tiouglersville. A iniatowaMa:rty.
TWO. Rearatt9W44— .
BOYERTOWN MAIL AND STAGY. LINE
Leaves Boyertown at 6 o'clock, ee. inA
rises at Reading at 10 o'clock , a , no. litt uni ,l'
!wet Reading at 234 p. in. Arrives at It,'
ertown at Ir. r. It aeives Si onentrille, 1.2
deldville. Orea,_ vale: Yellow Route, g i rl
and BoYerrow • i
TERNvrtiliß MAIL AND STAGE LINB
Leave., Bethel at 3 o'clock, a, zo., a rt i,,,
lak Aerns •if 10 o'clock ; a. to, Retur
leaves eadlog at:: o'clo k, 1,, in.. u otli
Millers uric at 9 p. co. • t serves LeintaclL4:,
Lower Bern, Bernvkile, ehrersbur ilediti,
Tulpehoecon and Reuters 1111 s. t.
BLUE BALL MAIL AND STAtii; LINE
Leaves Reading on Monday, ll'eAlne4r ail
Friday at H o'clock,a. in. Itoturnins, i mt
Blue lion on Tuesday, Thursday andSatuor,4
arriving at Reading at 4 1 , o'clock. l'• In. n
supplies Mohn's Store. R miner's, 8,,,,,,,, is
twills., Muddy Creek. Terre 11111, Weaver's awl Blue Ball.
PIQUA MAIL, AND STASIR LINE •
Leaves Reading on Monday, IVede6ll
and Friths)* 1 7 ° W ° °k• m. •Ak.rrives
Reading on 1, estlity, More ity and battudip
at 5 o'clock, p, to t It supplies Mt. Peen,
enivillo Joanna k'urnace,Morganto wn T a l
H villa, Honey Dlooko,
LOBAWISVILLIi mutt AND 31AILLINE
Leavea Lobaohsville on ;Tuoday i Th umi .
and Saturda.T at 6 o'olook, a. us A n i vei
R ea ding at 9,4 o o.look. a. to. Returning, Leartß;
Reading at 2'. .o elook.o. m, Arrives at L o .
bachsvllle at 6 o'clock. p. in. It serves
Oley and Lobachsville.
READING TO COLUMBIA
Daily by Railiati—Leaves Reading kt 4 t.
" at 171)0Lr Dill, S uP l l . i n e n e i I l k ri v
in ltiiin k li r o r it l is Station, Ititeyens Ephratax
s ligg e , r it s l p a r n i b ni e
e lm , •
IVXSTCIIESTER Ito BITIDSLOR O
6111101)1111Y. Weduestbir end Frid ay m 7
Artives at Dirdpboro at 7 v. tn. Rehnsiar
le a ves Birdsboro on 'hoick, Thumi lva i
Saturday 10,7.-o. M. SiiPlthes 'Ocifer's [ills,
Bine Hoek, bong's Walhice, I.llteh lied, L .
vilie and West 14 biteland. •
READINO TO 11:011,SSO
Scuul-wee.ktir Itjtage - L s iaves Reading t
Tuesday and . a turday at 7:ZUa‘tiu. and arrivei
at Reading ut a. •
TO ROST' .
tieuti-ookly - by Stage—Lewes A te di bl
Tuesday and Saturday at 111 Anive4
at Routing tit :1344 R. Ili. Sai»iii.:4 Adam)
Tavern,Leier 1( olburg, Nu ITeldelbers,
LpESPORT TO NORA •
Trl-vrenkly by.thafru—Leaves Leesport Tun.
day. Thursday and Saturday at 12 La. - Ant% t.
Mlle: and Mollto wn. eesport at p. in. Supplies SoutliTa
COXTOWN TO VIIWINSVILLE
Tri-waekly by Stn o-:--14etiv'es Col town Tut,
day i Thunalay.and baturtlay at 9a. ie. Anil ta
at I , OXIOViII at.! p. in. , Supplies Kirby %ilk
Moselem and Virglusvillo.
IttlliltE.4Bl3llßO TO fiTQUeIISII,IIIIO
Tri-eieekly' by Stage --- Leaves iiebrertiaus
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11 R a i ,
Arrives at 'iehtersburg At 6 D. m, SupOlici
IVintcreville and Host.
Important to Printers
3 PRESSES FOR SALE,
A FINE CIiANCE 1 011,
,NISTS Al4ll MAN'UFAC
ONE EN GrlNt
't p )
)N 14; BO I,lli
I3E SO Id) CIRAP.
l'ho following ingoliltieCy le olierml kt
rata, at 'APR ;
ONE 081ILLATINQ ENOINE Ok
FOUlt 'HORSE POWER. -
ON 1: Eliill').LHOßS.o TUIMAAR
.ONE LA IMF: DER Plik NT.
MU Pittlgs; Gazurrz
ONE SMALL. VASLIINOTON
Nin NO PRESS.
Apply at flu) Adler ()Aim, or addreds
.111,17Fi1t,tt CO., Reading, 11,
dee 7-' t• , -
Previous to removing Into our New Stole,
NO. 11H CHESTNUT St,
ABovr MANCH 1f .1869,
We will clOHe out, elk large Eitecktof
PLATED AN Lif3/ LV ER 11:ABL
/ANC I tiOUIJJ,
AT REDUCED PRICES.,
l'orbOnts tlosithig to purobtoie for the
/ 103 1 , 1ay Bottoon will Hod it, to thou► tolvan•
tago to olutOttiO Our Ktak.
(*JAltlif & 111RD1E,
Btitcroo.ro - io 7'huliuts
No . . 712 CHESTNUT STREET, PRO
inay 23,15 t
TA AtIItIOULTUR 1 . 4 SO' UP
E'L'Y,—Proosald for holdingilican not
exhibition o f, • the l'Onnekylvatilie Itgat!
Agricultural Society in deptetuher i) 01 :1
will las reeetVed by the unilersiMied lot"
Tuesday,- /den •17th, 1E69, 7i. gutoirr
tee for the performance of the prej.,
tton ferniereti , *ill be required.The.r*,!",4
wilt Mett'ittive Committee on the 1 .9 4
Muth, -and:decide non location._ , I` . *
should he tiddrep l sed to - Atnoio loPv'
or A., Boyd Hamilton, ' "
feh 204tiv * • .„ •