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VOL, IL-NO, 37,
TILE READING DAILY :ICAt LB
IS PUDIJBIII I irAtizr.hr
NO. 542 PE
ADVERTIORMENTS lIMERTHD AT BRA
LE GAL ADV
GEORGE .. BAER
A TTOBYEY AT LAW.
Li no' No, 40 North Sixth street, (up
m i n irm nesrly opposlto the Court• House,
Boading, , Fa. _ (mar 0--d&w
A I,DERMAN AND ATTORNEY
rik_ at Law. Office,No. 21 South simb
street. All kinds of 'otillootin and Oon
reyagoing done at tho shortest notice.
Also ads as Counsel for Administrators in
se t ling pp estates on•reasonableternie.
JOHN W. BIOKII,,
TTORNEY AT 'LAW, Oilloo, Lo
Building, (Ist floor s bead No. 1130 oea
ire street, Pottsville. igr Lan ito consul
ted in Elio Cierinan language. (mar 4
JESSE O. HAWLEY,
AiToRNBY AT LAW.-offico No, 642,
Penn street, Bohirittoker Houeo Bulb
ding. Entranco through Book
DR. LOUIS Do BARTH KUHN,
AND DESIDHNUE, 244 North
kJ Ninth street, Reading, I'm [4OO a 4
)R. JOHN STEPIIRN •
loaders his professional servioes to the
olt e lzona`of Reading.
ousels : No. 207 NOUTII 61X/ 1 11.5r..
Cnn boconsultoel In tho English and iler
wan languages, at all hours of the day or
unrlit, when not profoaslonally absont.
H. M. NAGLE,
• (U. S. PenalOn Surgeon.)
E4o Penn street, Itotiffing, Pa.
Office hours-12 to 2p. m. otoB p. in.
Jan 28 (1
JOHN D. HOUP,
AUCTIONEEIC-NO. 834 BlNG
aman tartlet, Reading, ra g will attend
to the selling of real estate And perional
property nh reasonable tome.
mar it-lwd. .
GERMAN AND ENGLISH,
DONE, AT TDB,
EAGLE PRINTING OFFICE,
No. 411,0 PENIVWREBT.
fob 20 d '
'HOUSE FOR RENT.—A TIIRER-STORY
11 : llitieß !lOUS% with two•story baoit
banding, !situate at 814 Penn street,ho
tween Liglith and Ninth, suitable for a
store, The third story is arranged for a
Lodge Room, Apply to.
mar 1-d1 .109 South Math street,
LUMBER! LUMBER !
'BOAS & RAIJDENBUSH
Corner 4th end Spruce titrOti
( The first Lumber Pardon 4th 0.1 beksb Pens. )
)IICST, OtIEAPICSTAND MOST
CONVENIENT YARD IN.THE CITY.
We kayo constantly on hand a largo
assortment of all kinds of Lumber, which
will be diepoeod of at tho lowest market
prices in quantities to atilt prirohe.sore.
.AllO. F. Bate.. giso. W. RAUDENBUSEL
EXCELSIOR, BOAT AND SHOE lisons,
No, 600 Pens, WM, Piaditlgs trqlo;
(Next Nor 1p roMf Hardware Store.)
HAMV CK Sc. DRA:KEt.
Beg to 4n to thooltptins.of fteadtng
aim vim Choy have . now In store'
a very tint tniont of
M} N% 440410Y8t BOOTS AND SPES:
• ALSO, r
LADIES' AND cIiIt,DREN% INXIA AND '
snot:s of All sites, and of very superior
mekto,.whiehthey will 8011 ;At . the 'lolyeat
cash priess. They invite all to call k 40 / 0
their took before purchasing elsew he re , •
They. have also a fine allsortment of AIM
latest styles ILATB AND, pArs,, at ,low
WAll kinds of customer work -mina ,
faoturetVlA the very boat style, at short no,
The patronage of the public) le reaped.
fully cottoned. U 111 yd
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AT THE i
* M° KNIGHT'S
THIRD AND PENN MS.
1301L4R FOR SALE.
IMPORTANT TO MACHINISTS
The undertfigled offer for Bale, at res.
ONIII CISOItLAVING BNGINB OF
01q111 EtIGFIT-HOllBll WVMat VV.
Apply at the About Ogle% or address
deo $ dam WADING. PA.
"FOR THE GOOD : THAT-:;
ANDPHILA. D READING RAILROAD
'' Wititilla 4.118AN61,811r/M2'
~. , , • ~.. - ', nonionin 14To s 1868.
VIVI: TR A INS DONr/41. TO PIIII44,DEL
PHI 54 pinising Rending, at 1.80, 10,55 and
11.15 A. u., and 4.2 b and 11.35 P.ll.
. UP , TO POTTSVILLE, at 10.83 A. K. •nd
3.60 and 0,00 P, • .
211..3.1N8WE5T 1 . 45114k110,N, & 11A10118.
WeStern'Express from New-York, at 1.05
lA. It, and 1.50 P. IL and 10.19 P. M.
Harrisburg Accommodation Train at 7.15
A. M. and. Mail Trains at
• 10.45 A. 11., and
8.05 P. M.
on Sunday, the down trains pass head.
lag at A. M. and 4.25 P. M. and up
tr ins At 0.5 Q A. M. and 5.57 P. M.
ho '4.25 P. M. down, and- 10.50 A. Pd. up
run only between Philadelphia and Read
p trains leave Philadelphia for Reading.
Harrisburg and Pottsville at 7.80 and 8.15 ,
A. M., 12430 111)011, and 3.80 P. M., and at 4.45
P.M. for Heading only. The 8.15 A. M. train
connects with trains for Tamaqua, Wil
liamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niagara dnd
Canada. _ _
The 18.104.22.168,,and 3.80 P.M. up trains from
Philadelphia, and 10.85 A. M., and 4.20 P. M.
dolvn trains stop Only at principal eta.
tions below Reading.
Reading Accommodation Train : Leaves
Reading at 7.30 A.M., returning from Phil- ,
adOlphia at 4.45. 111.
The PottstoWn Accommodtien train
leaves Pottstown at 6.46 A. M. Returning
loaves Philadelphia at 4.00 P. M. t .
The Western Exp_ress trains covalent at
'Urn/burg with Express trains on the
Pennsylvania Railroad forßaltimoro,Pitta.
burgh and all points West, and the 10.46 Mail
train ..conneets at Ilarrlsburg for Pitts,
burgh, Laneaster,Chumbersburg, Sunbury,
Scranton, Pittston, w iikesbarre c Williams
port, Leek flavim, Elmira and the Cana.
Passenger trains leave Upper Depot for
Eplarats„ - Litiz, Columbia and Lancaster at
7.00 A. 11. and 0.15 P. IC
Through First-Class Coupon Tickets and
Itmigrants , tickets at reduced Pares, to all
the principal points in the Horth,Weet and
COMMUTATION TIOHE 8,
With 26 CouPeine,- at 26 per •cont. dis-
count, between any pointe desired.
MILEAGE. TICKETS, ' •
Good for 200 b miles, botween all points,
at 02 00—for families and business firms.
" Good for tho holdor only, fora, 6, 9 and rj
months, between all points, at reduced
Fares. School Season - Tloketo .one-third
leas than the abov,e.
*ir Paasengeratv ill tako tho Express
trains Wost at the UPPER DEPOT, and all
other trains at the LOWER or OLD
100 pounds allowed each Nissen
Passengers aro requested .to purchase
their tickets before entering the cars, as
higher fares are charged if paid in the
Excurbion Tickets, good tor one day, by
7.80 A, M . Accommodation Train to Phil
adelphia, and return, at $2 65 eahh.
O. A. HICOLLS,
May 28d General Superintendent.
READINO & COLDAIDIA. RAILROAD.
11, On and after Thur
sday, Nov. f i ls n g=iw will ong t t i t i d
Leave Readi n g at
Julivo'at Lancaster at
46 61 Columbia at
66 • 44 Lanoasterat
11 Columbia at , •
Leave Lancaster t Columbia at 8.00 A, M,
Colombia at 8,20 P. ii.
" Lancaster at _ . 8.25 P. M.
Arrive at Reading at 10.20 A. M.
it at Reading at 5.40 P. Al.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close, connec
tion at Reading with trains. North and
South, on the Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad; and Weston the Lebanon Valley'
WM. No. 2 also makes close connection
With train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained at the offices of
Cie Now Jersey Central 11. R., foot of Lib
°fey street. Now York, and nib". & Read
ing R. R., Thirteenth and Callowhill Ste.,
Through Tickets to Now York and Phil
adelphia, sold at all the Principal static:oh
and'baggage chocked through.
• Irrains are run byPhiladelphia and Read
ing Railroad, time, which is ton minutes
Ishtar than Pennsylvania R. R. Time. -
GEORGE F. GAGE,
R. F..-Irsaven, Gen. Frt. & Ticket Agent.
atOcatraTafei 14 a.
Sold log 01l Dragglido and Donloft
In Potent Pledlelneki.
H. 81R,0.H &•BRO.,
Drt, A. H. LIGHT,
W. J. THIERWECHTER,
• Agents, Leading, Pa,
L AUMAN & HAIAMILL,
.XMPORTEFtS 'AND DEA.LETIS
WINES AND SEGARS )
128 SOUTH 'NINTH STREET ,
PHILADELPHIA. • • • .
0. M. LAtufAir i 0. C. HAIDItit.
Feb. Od. • 1
Tr. RYDER 44 00
DR. I STIEVER'EI •
Oolebrated Tonio Herb Bitters.
WINES AND I.llQtrscgts.
Mao Sole Atenttifisr BAtrallell Unrc.tuatit
No;121 %%Lid Street,
site et the Eagle Bookstore.
9.25 A. N.
8.25 Y, NI,
9.80 P. AL
'AT YOUR OWN HOMES,
EtTllEßSEX—Sultable for steady hands.
Pays large profit s.—Addreles for partleulars
1 00$TAII,' No. 10. CROSBY IST. N., it .
LATEST NEW YORK NEWS.
ILADIES l .!
LOOK OUT LOOK' OUT 1 1 ,
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"BoulltMos the Complexion." •
"Rived allosy Glow to the Cheeks." .
"A Ruby Tinge to the Lips."
"Removes Alt Blotches and Fr00k . 100, 19
Best in the World."
• • • r , THE •
Bitter-Sweet 'and Orange Blosioms.
444 Ono BottiO, 41.04—Throo for 300.
IMO BOMB gold in ono day in N. I% City.
W gill Drpggista in READING} agill it,
[Morning Aver. Avg. 203 •
"Olt MY I I 011 MY ! loun't stand it; ht
he did) for ho sent right off and got a boo of
'COSTAR'S'. CORN SOLVENT,
and it oured
Thoushnds of Wilms sold.
A Druggists in READING soli it.
"', COSTA R'S "
• • /
ii(lostarle” Rat, Boachote.,E.rterattitators.
tiOatatoe , Bed Bay Rxterniftiators.
doCiostatos” (only pew) InseerTotetter.
"Only infallible Remark know.n.lt
• "18 years estoblished In Now York.” •
"2,000 Boxes and Flaskeinanufacture4
I 1 I Beware I 111 of spurious Imitations.?
"All Druggists in BEADING sell them."
"COSTAR," 10 - C714 St., N. Y., '
Or, JOHN F. MIL
INY; (St ()censor to)
Dgmea BARNES CO., 2 ; Park Itow, N. Y.
EAST ITITZIA. RALT4ROAp,
ARRANGEMENT OF • PASSENGER
Cimmeheing Monday, December2l4t, 1808.
No. 5 Mail Train",
igkit leaves 'Reading 10.3 3 ,
A, arrives Allentown 12.95; at .Now
York 3.50, P. M. '
No. 7 Fast Mail, leaves Reading at 4.20 P.
M. arrives at Allentown 5.55'; at Now York
1065, P. M.
Note 5 and 7, run daily, except; Sunday,
stopping at all Way Stations between
Reading• and Now Tork. •
' EXPItESB T4AINS:
Loavo Readtilg at
Arr Ave at Now York. at
_ t. II , 7.00 P. /IL.
is 11 • 6.15 A. M.
'Photo trains run thrOugh from Pitts.
burgh to New• York, Without change of
oars, stopping only at Lyons, Allentown,
Bethlehem, Etston 'Junction, Clinton,
White House, f3omervllle, 'Bound Broo1r;
Plainfield and Elizabeth. •
The 6.44 A. M. train runs daily except
Sundays and Mondays. , ,
The 2.28 P. M. trains run daily except
The 7.81 A. M. and 1.00 , A. M. trains run
day. ' •
Nest bound trains, leave ow- York, at
the foot of LibertY etreet, as f 'lows : •
Leave New Pork. , Arriv at Reading.
12.00 M. Mail No. 6, 6.00 P.M.
0.00 A. M. Express Train, 60 ' P..M.
6.10 P. 3f. Express Train, leas P. M.
SAO PAL *.Express Train, 1.00. A. M.
Mail Train leavi ng Allentown at 7.20,
A. At., stops at all Way Stations, arriving
at Reading at - 11.10, A. M;, running daily
except Stindays. , •
The 12 la Train from, Now York, stops
at all Sta tions between New • York •and
Reading, leaving Allentown at 4.20, P, M.,.
arriving at Reading at 6.00, p i . 41,, run •
nbig daily except Sundays,
The 2.00 P. M. train from New York,
rune daily stopping at Elizabeth, Plain.
field_ Sommerville, Junction, Easton, and
Bettueliem, arriving at Allentown at
P. M. Passing Lyons at 12.70,A. IL, arriv•
leg at Kftding atl.oo A. M.
Passengers arc requested :.: to , purchase
extrats before cal ring the ears, le on tr will be ch arged and collected on the
train ' froth all W,hOPaY the faro to the
Portiletor. • ,
C 0 3134UTATION TICKETS,
good or Twenty.4llx Trips, at 24 per cent,.
discount between an y points desired.
for 2000 miles, good between all points on
this or the Phitadelpbis tt Reading IL R.
or the 40411111 4 PO/OPP/4 B 4 at m. 56
shouter fain . 03 and
~13BASON TICKETS, • .
goalfor the holder only, for throe, six;
nine and twe lve monthe,_•at reduced rata.
FREDERICK . ,
44 01.1 D , JAiLio*
w s thin g to n str•ett ad Is Ifis, r i ser IVA. • • lut
Sole Agent for Berko and Ifebanon 'cOuntles.'
for the celebrated
SAMPSON 'O (3 4tE 00 4 1b ANY•
Theeet tellable , ' and datable Scales even
placebefore*" public.- _
Caand sec Mein before purobaebis else
Stkparior offered td.bu,yers.
A lot of second -hand , •
PLATFORM S ' CA ' LES
OA band and Itor salt obesp. . feet t d
BALTIIIOII LOOK HOSPITAL,
Oates No,. 7, Soak Preiterlek Street.
TUN ONLY PHYSICIAN AD VERTD3INCI.
Has d isoovere d the mostNertstri,Speedy an
litrectual Remedy in the world tor nil
ettli .17oura i n t. g . / Pereons Nu
incd IgnOraN a, that Deadly
/wroth Mercury; eh toviyllumediately.
A CURIO WARRANTED Olt NO CHARON,
IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS.
Wee% Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Weak
ness in the flack and Limbs, Adectionti of
the Kidney and Bladder, Involuntary Dia
c h urges, Impoteney, bleneral Debility, N dr
vousnesslDyspeipsia; Languor, Loa+
its, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of
sight or Wiliness, Diseased of the Bead,
Throat Nose or Skin, Atiootions of the
Liver; Lunge, Storrateh or iillowels-6those
Terrible Visor .1c rs arising . f out the sylita•
ry Habits of YOuth—outo- sir and solitary
practices more fatal to their vietims' than
the song of the Syrens to the Mariners 01
Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant
hopes of auticdpations, rendering mar
riage, so., impossible.
YOUNG MI N A `
Espeoially, who have oceo i t hevtotitilb
of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and doletrue
(give habit which.,annually sweeps to an
untimely grave thousands .of Young bleu
of the most (qilted talents anti brilliant
intellect, who' might otherwise, hive bu
tranued listening Senates, with the thaw
(tors ut eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full gontidence.
TAKE PAIUICULA4 NOTICE.
Tuncis aro some of the sad melancholy .
wroth produced. by early habits of youth,
viz p roduced
of the Sack and Limbs,
rains in the Mead, Dimness of Sight, Loss
of binsoularPower,Pulpitation of thelloart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous irritability, Derange.
meta. o the Digestive Functions, General
Debility; Symptoms Of Consumption, do,
histrTaLt.k.—The feaful• °fleets on the
mind are much to bo droadod Loss 01
Momory, Confulcion of Ideas, Dapressions
ts, Mvil Forebodings, Aversion to
Societ , Selistrust, Love of Solitude,
Timid ty, &0., are some of the evils pro
Blarriod'rersonii ) or Young Men oontinu.
plating marriage, being awiro of physic%)
arganio dettilitY, deformities,
Ho who places ulullielt under the care of
Dr. ..I; may rollgiouoly conildo in hla honor
as a gentleman, and oonlideutly rely upon
his skill as a PhPiolitn. • •
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ESIPOTEN:
OY, lEPEDIMENVI'O MARRIAGE. .
By Dr. Johnston% marvellous treatment,
weakness of the Orgtine la speedily, ourod
aufull,vigorxestored, ThoUsands of the/
nil t pervOuli, dectilitated and impotent,
w thadilost all hopes, havo boon inime
y relieved. '
1 impediments to Alarriage, Physical or
.1 1 3
al Disqualification, Loss of erOorea•
tivo rower, Nervous irritability, Trom•
tiling and Weaknoss, or exhaustion Of the
most fearful kind, spoodily ouicd.
• \ DR.
. JOHNSTON, I •
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
fiondon,t(iraduate from ono of the moat out-
Went Colleges in the UnitiAl States, and
the greater pail of • whose iifo has been
spent in the hospitals o London, Paris,
eliiladelphia and , discwhere, ha's offected
some of the most astonishing cures tha
were over knovvn i many, troubled with
ringing in the head and ears when asleep;
greo nervousness, being alarmed at, owl.
don soundg, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attendedi sometimes with do.
rankoment of mind, wore cured immedi
. . 'YOUNG MEN . :
who ha veinjued themselves bir 'it -. eiirkiln
iit 4w Mit
praotioe ihrged when iiii, a .11 bit
frequently learned from evil eompanifuld;
or at school, the ,offects of which are night.
ly felt, even when asleep, and' if not our - ed
renders marriage impossible, and destroys
both mind and body, should apply inane
• diately. I -
What a pity that a young man, tho hope
of his country, the darling of his paronts,
should be snatched from all prospects end
enjoyments, of life, by the ponsequence of
deviating frOm the path of nature and in
dtilging in a 'certain' secret habit. Snob
Devious noel., before contemplating
, a nd bo dy reflect thatn sound mind and bOuy aro the
most necessary requisites to promote cow
nubial happiness. indeed, with Out those
thnjourney through lifo bcdomes, a weary'
4pilgrimago ; the prospect hourly darkens
to the view ) , the mind becomes shadowed,
with do span . ' and filled with the molducho.
ly reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own. •
DISIaBg OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent vo
tary of pleasure finds that ho has imbibed
the seeds of this painful disease, it too
often happens that An ill-timed sense of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from educa
tion and respectability , can alone befriend
him, delaying till the constitutional symp
toms of this horrid disease make, their ap
pearance,' such as ulcerated sore throat,
diseased nose, nooturnal pains in the head
and limlns, dimness of sight,- deafnes s ,
nodes on the shin-bonekand arms, bloteh•
os on tho head, face and extremities pro
gressing with frightful rapidity, till at
fast the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in, and the victim of this
awful disease becomes a horridobjeet, of
commiseration, till death puts's period to
his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to
" that Undiscovered CoUntry from whence '
no traveller returns."
5.44 A. M.
.7.31 A. M.
2.28 A. M.
1.00 A. M.
MOO A. AL
12,15 A. Di•
r,. O. &MUTH ii'BßDElitalt ST.,
Left-hand aide going from Baltimore street
a few dooms from the corner. rail not to
observe the name and number.
I Lettere must be paid end contain a stamp.
The Boatare Diploma hangs in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OP THE PRESS.
The many thOuSinfis cured at this insti
tution 'year after year; and the numer
ous important_ Surgical, Operations per
formed by Dr. Johnston. witnessed by the
renerters of the 44 Sun,”Clipper,IF and
many other papers, notices of which have
appeared again and again before the pubi
lie, besidess standing as .a gentleman of
character androvonsibility, is a stulleient
gtuixanteeto the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES EASILY CURED.
May 28. ;888-I.vdawe •
liottosran & lititimore f
' ll A lt 4,1 R
geIISE .111111I8HINCi GOODE.
TN PLATE.% SHEET IRON,
Building Mater ials;
SADDLERY, &0•1 &0., ao.
• Npi ,612
,PRNN STRE E T, READING, PA.
XTOTR PAMIR, TOR SALE it the AAOLE
OM" _ feb
itit -0-Will be solo at Private Raw,
the attook , ol 4. R
rop, - with appurtenanoes.nt No. Wrenn
street, Reading. Bold,on aooount of:going
14t0 bUtigeel. ' II 4
—A New nedtord whole !lip, on her
Ira, home from the whaling grounds, re
cently caught $106,000 worth of whale ,
Francisco.papers still talk
of 'yigiteneo .cotninittecs; 'Burglaries and
robberies of all lilnds . aro v ery abundant
-.-Tho Indian Ytir continues to rage in
Arlsoua. • I
-The sugar beet is to bp ,cultivated in
—lt ie assorted that the skin .of; fho
salmon will make leather as tough as
waeb•leather, and about thu. thickness of
dotskin leather. The sqale marks , give
a very neat pattern to the loather.
.+-11entott 'hi 'rejoicing over its fi l ist ar•
rival of salmon. • • -
—Senator StitnnOr is nor tho
or the Senate.'! ' •
Gonerol ilancoo)t Is to go out Wont,
rho earth is boliove4 to have boon
do first...revolver invented.
—fiho Belgium Parliament, by a recent
law, prohibits control of the Belgian
,passing into the hands of for
eign companies. • -
—tvery fireman in Chicago has his
lifq itunired for $2OOO by the merchants
and property otvuers of that city.
a nd family wont to
NaBliiii4loll churl" Sunday, and
found their pew o bupied. The occu ,
pante would not vacate ; so the President
and hie family witiAlreNi' and wont to
'--An editor in Alabama had some iron
ore dug from his land last week,' mad°
into iron, the itoir into plows and t h e
plows running beforo the close of the
—Two thousand citizens of Indinnapo•
lie signed tlib - Vedge at a groat temper.
once mooting on Nosy- :Year's day.
Eleven still hoop it, . •
. —The Pennsylvania Canal along the
banks of the Susquehanna is to be made
ten or fifteen feet wider and several foul
deeper: , •
.--Oovernor English, of gonneetigut,
has appointed Friday, the 6th of March,
as• a day 'of public. fasting,‘ humiliation
'and prayer.. .
.—William Neill, of New , Lisbon, is in.
trodueing the California bronze turkeys '
into that neighborhood. 'A Tow days ago.
.ho received, ihree of those birds, beide
in' August last, the . largest , of which
weighs. tveenty•two and a.. half pounds.
(tits said .that , under favorable mount..
,_stances a single specimen of this breed .
`Egli Wetted the extraordinary, weight of,
seventy-five pounds. ;„
—Louisville has a velocipede military .
—San Francisco has had a mile. race
between a railioad train and a velocipede.
The former won by a minute.
—At the burial of a deceased j African
at' Weldon, a colored women in the crowd
stopped up se the Coffin was being low
ered into the grave, and claimed the
rope which *as being used, as being her
clothes line, which bad been stolen from
—Graet's $2OO boott ore Hued with
—A OincinnAti achool girl has Leon pot•
gonna by gyeking ipk from her pen.
—The ladies •
of Stobicbridge, MEM.,
ynder the lead-of the minister's wifp,are
said to be planning a graceful costume
for volocipede.riding. •
—The Shenandoah valley wheat crop
is said to be' very . promismg; and the
-41 n Cinch)Miti f a gentleman has had
himbelfcomMitted to the lunatic asylurn
to prevent . suicide.
—One hoedreinx,ron have boon sot to
work at Hoboken, X. Ta do finisb,the
—Ta'Wilkee county, N.V, March 2, a
coloied woman died - at the 'age of 112.
. , .
—They ba4e bad alliard Times party"
in lYisconsin. The Invitations wore
written on brown paper; Old requested
the guests to dreis n their old 'clothes.
Bean soup, crackers and dried herrings
constituted the refreshments, with "cam
bric tea" and Water, to wash thorn down.
The guests walked borne. - :
—Canada has ,
hadtwelve " feet de pth of
snow on a leVel this seuoil
—tlho Sioux t indinna pall General Sher.
--Newllannishire bat bsd .twelve
weeks or ,uninterrupted sleighing this
winter. . .
—The latest from the plilne i, that the
Indians will not awilp-.colored soldiete
killed in Valle.. They have bettor bode
thee white Radical& , ' 1,
--Trq j?totbore, • a ged 90 and Q 6; and
their servant. Ageti altdied last week
at Jamaica, New. Yorke
—The Fifth:Airtime Hotel, Nei► YOilt . t ,
contains d bride who shines in $160,000
worth ofdiainonds. .
--.Spring- opened. IP krOtthern New
Hampshire; with the thermometer 84 de
grees, below' tero; ; "
lerEe thierei in'tennqieo are no*
nelied by drdwilrittp)Utit tete, with a
stone tied to the neck:- (
4n elephini in indieoaking
Moth's "foten, enemy, 'placed hints di r ti
the track, end mot the. strange creatfire
head:ea wlthlrnok and tuella, The re.
atilt witti e dead' elephant and seven cars
'',lo CENTS rg.4. , -;,.)y,4-,, ._:
'-The fall of now this winter, in , b n-
ada, shows an increase of 88.77 inehes
over the mean twenty years. The entire
amount, if it bad lain as it 411 would r
have been about ten het.
—New York bes 'JO banks,' with StOp•
000000 capital, held by 80,000 share
...The winter of 1808 , 9 is said toy have
been at sea, the most tempestuous on
—A Now York bride recontl had a
fl ew York hotel given her u a w dding
r-Becausii Mrs Pugh became convert
ed during the religi ous revival in Progress
at Pataikala,Licking county, Ohio ) her
husband ridiculed and insulted her. His
conduct incensed two uncles of, the ladyi
and they determined to beat him soundly.'
In the scuffle the irreligiOuslugh drow a
pistol and perforated one of the self
elected champions of the church in the
region of the heart.:. The wound mor
tal, And Pugh is in jail. . • -
—A.child three years old was recently
run over by a train of 4so coal care op, the
Erie Railway, Re fortunately- fell be
tween the tracks; allowed the train to
papa over him ; and rising uninjured, ran
into a shanty by tb9loall aide tut if noth
ing had happened.
, —Five or six noted Chinese burglars
recently arrived in Elan Francisco. They
have been recognized by their fellow Chi.
mina ! who aro eager to have them
rested. They use 00 onlbstheilb, vi !eh is
said to be much more imwerfatth n chlo.
roforn . i. l Ono instance of its Us in tha
Francisco has already occurred, , J,
lady in Pittsfield, )Tass,, caught a
barge-silted American eaglo recently in a
very remarkable manner. Boeing& hawk,
as she suppoiod, fighting& stqrdy old hen
in the yard, she ran up and itteized it by
alb neck. The eagle made no serious
resistance to 'the capture, -beittg Won•
isbOd, apparently, into eubmissidn.
---Ther,Teland of St. Bertholomew,ln
the West Indies,. end. the only colony of
SWeden in - Amerla, is reported ,to be
entEering excessively from amino, An
official report has been sent to Stockholm
that within font weeks nineteen deaths
had marred. from absolute stervation,
and that six hundred persons were on the
pOint of sharing the same fata l unless help
WO speedily willed. St. BArtIOIOMOW
has an area of thirty stosieinilea, and a
populatfon of 18,000 souls.
" 110 shvitief ; Tennessee, „presents
wfdow lady aged 114, who.ibus outli ved
threo hinibaniN all of 'viliinnolerveln
Ow Itevolutionary wars' And fon *hose
sOrvioes•she draws. three .penslond.
name la Dinah Vies . ) she ha 400 desequd.
a to, and her daughter, aged 80, lives
wth her. .
,--Mrs, Miriam Fletehor, aged 108; his
died. at Weetfordi Mass. She saw the
Ithvoladimary battle at Cancer]. ,
—There aro now on the way to the
Pacific Wen ilshim schooners from
Boston and other' Massachusette pores,
to be employed in the fishing busineei
principally In the Okhotaki Bea t and It is
fattened that a number of veasels now bn
the Newfoundland banks ate tO be trans.
feired‘ to the North, Pacific( foliation
shortly. . • -4. '
—A quarrel over aga of cards in
Vincennes, Ind., led to 4 blow - with brass
knuckles. The -Man who was' struck,
stabbed his'antagonist with a huge hunt.
ing,knife. Mortally wounded, the bleed.
ing man crawled to his house ( loaded a
double•barrellcd shot On, tracked his
enemy and killed him with a shot in the
—A young . woman i n. Chicago bee in •
vented n now branch of female usethl•
'Gess. She advertises that she will "give
leptons ift itstiqUette, And, the way'bf
venting with ladles, to any young guille
mot) 'who does not Seel at ease in the
society of the opposite sei, Tuition to
lovers, extra:" She 'makes a specialty
of proposals in various forms.
A Paris banker, finding that hie con
fidential e'aahier had ;obb4htat of $OOO l .
000, took revenge by hangtag himself.
--New Orleans bee a 'Clibeti refugee"
of the femele•pertiunelon,r who liods it
necessary to take, 200 drips's!' w4h her in
--Tn Otsegd, New York;ati , estate of
$BBOO has jest been settled. : The. heirs
g ‘ at $8 apece. \The , balance., weal, td
costs" add the lawy,ete.
--De Son county, Tenn., lit now iiith•
oni civil oftleerS, all 'former Am:lambent')
having failed to Inke ; the< oath vequired
bF\General Gillenes order.
—A sch9oleaato of John and Charles
- Vireeley,nged 104 years, ie living in Amok
—A • la •
dy f in W „ eIP ft-A
A), N q„ Iyho
nearly 80 yeans, age, is etittiriebet
third set of teeth. •\ • ,
—A:St. Louis justiceof the p ace Mar.
tied a man and woman in‘ , lBsti f ,proeured
for them it, divorce d,,
u186(1 / 18Q1 , mar,
tied the womAn to another builmid, end
in 1840 furnished the man With another
wife, La :week • the,lwo: i preeented
themselves at hts ,
Office to. renew the,
bonds of ten years ago, and , he married
,• ' ,
---Norfolkhs a. rernari t rable elms; of
thieves. They,recoolt 61918,4 iron safe
and two large, strint.enenes,4 .12 el are
evidoatly, champions of, bossy ght•
— , :Any Orion of good , moral °borne•
ter, jning a voter, may motion law in
Indiena. The tame 9.oelifientione, ex
cept` the, ebaraetery ere necessary for pro.
curing a divorce.::: • - -
—A boa consirictorin Sintapori bay
- - ,
iwalloried; young, Jodi whk, ois
dlaniond neaklliti tallied at'Sl5,QOO; and
tho.nakives btiotioi thisnalreei
, • .•
—Juke, bliefisOppi t piesents 1 a , min
'aged 109, Rlio bias . outlived iII bin tbil.