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TIIE ItiIADINCI DAILY
Is PtIttLISIIIIII DALE.
AT NO. 542 PENN STR
BONAntli AAtEs. •
GEORGE F. BAER,
'A VORNEY AT LAW . . -
21. Ace, No. 40 North Aixth street, (up
mirk) Dearly opposite tho Court HOuso,
Wading, PA : [mar 0-414tw
ALDERMAN AXD, ATT s itxpy
,t, Wf3 ixl. 0111 co No. 21 Soi#h th
street, • All kinds of and cow
oral ibing (lono at tho ahorteat notice.
Also acts as Counsel for Administrators In
letting op catalog on reasonablo ems.
march 1-(1 ,
------ J iiiii qi. BICKEL,
TTORIINY AT LAW, i , ° moo, ± 44/8 )"
A isulidinK, (Istfino s t, bankdipp), pp dn
tro iiitrect,' Pottn4lllo. .grrLarkree 411.1.
t e d In tho Gonuau language. En* 4 d
-- - JESSE G. iiiiWLEY,I -
i raprtNEY AT LAW.--OMoO No. 642,
If~ Penn areal, golunnekor Hansa Jitills
mug, Entrance through the EAIMEI
;,tore. Ijaa -d
Pli.Dl - OAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
DR, LOUIS Do Bs
VF ICE 01) 11E811V
Ninth street, gentling, Pa, Idea Btl
1)11. JOHN STEPHEN' ,
Tenders his professional services to 'the
citizens of Heading,
Orrice : No. '2Ol NOR,Tfi BlX*l t e'r.
Can baeonnufted ha the English and tier
wan languages, at all honk's of the •day or
Wirt, when not profossionallx alma.
H. M. NAGLE,
(U. S. Petiston Surgepn.).
NO Penn street, Reading, Po.
Omen hours-12 to 2p. tu. Bto Bp.m.
D. P. BOYER, M. D.,
TrAB OPENED AN OFFICE 14)11. THE
1 praottoo , of 111c.illotno at N 0.139 North
Sixth a troot, , hooding, Pa. 011Ico. hoard
front Btoo A. iv., Ito 3 and(lto I) m.
JOHN D. HOUP, •
A - UCTIONEBR.-NO. 834 BlNG
tuna!' Arcot, 'totaling, I'a„ will attend
to Ow selling of real eatato an 001'80111a
plopertyon reasonablo tonna. !'
mar P-Iwtl .
W 0 K,
GERMAN AND ENG
DONE AT THE
EAGLE PRINTING OF
No. 414.9 PENN firßan
fob 20 tt
MOUSE FOR 101111`.—A. TIIREF,STORS
BRICK 110USII, with two•story back
buildinf, Minato at tit Penn street, bo
own hightit and Ninth, enitabi t o for a
Fiore. Tits third story is arranged for a
Lode Room, Apply to
' FRP:ORRICK SCIftILDT,
109 South Ninth street,
CATHOLIC s PRAYER BOOKS.
CATHOLIC URSULINB MANUAL.
REY OP HEAVEN.
THE CATHOLIC VADE MECUM.:.
UNCLE FRANK'S SERIF'S ;
001 DEN LIGHT- SERIES
AIRY MOONBEAI4 SERIES.
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL.
FOR SALO BY
RITTE2 , & CO., ,
AT TILE EAGLE 1100li. STORE.
If°. LW Penn s • , nert4ifig, Po;
LUMBER! LUMBER I I
JOAS & RAU,DENBUSIL
j scd Spruce Strhet.
(Nang Lumber ca•d on la 81, #_._" 9 Pen .. n ' )
CHEAPEST AND ‘a(OT
C ONVENIENTWARD IN TAR CITY.
We have constantly on hand a 16rfos
rtmont of nil kinds of lAnnbe, width
Ifni be disposed of at the lowest taarket
prices In quantities to suit pgrohasers.
AUU. F. BOAS. OWL W. RatIIMINBUi3.II.
Yeb. Y4-t6l , • •
EXcKLBIOit ,I3OOT AND 811013 STORE.
• No. 808 Penn Strimirßecl4ingt
(Next Door to lerehia Hardware Slore. )
HAIL WICK& DRAKE,
Beg to anneunee to th 6 citizens of Seitding
' vielnity, that they have now 1
ft very tins assortment of • 4.
HE I N'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND !MOSS:
MAO, , .
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S ROOTS AND
8 110E8 of ail sizes, and of very ettperior
make, whleKtimy will eell at the lo west
oath prices. They levlte all to.o3,llana Pike
their stook before pnrobaeing elsewhere,
They have also a flno assortment of the
istesi styles HATS AND CAPS, at, low
totem], in the best IStylo s at benDO.
Tile patronage Of the publics la ii;spivt. ,
hilly iotoite4. ' 'Usn'll-ya •
0 • 9
THIRD AND PENN SM.
BOILER FOR SALK
IMPORTANT TO MACHINISTS
The nnderslgnett offer for sale, at rea
ONIII •SOILLATING HNGINH OTP
. Faint 'KIRSH PpWBB.
ONE EIONTRONOIN TITINYLAR !R
Appiy at the lsbisii !kei t ' e;
' I ;
ati,i444 *CAlgiO. PA.
, ; -- 4FoR•-nte: GOOD Tiled ikon, ASSISTANOE : FOR THE WRONG tiat.lo,tiCßESOANci:•
AND . R . EADiNG RAILMAti
• - 4010111119 14ra, 1888.
FIVE TltAlteitiOWN TO PIIILADEL.
I'M 4., paa9lng Redding, at 7.8000.35 and
11.15 A. pc, &Oland um '
UP TO POTTSVILLE, at 10.33 A. M., and
6.60 amt 800 P. ,
TRAINS WEST TO LEBANON & HARRIS.
Western 'Express from 116T.York, at 1.05
A. it, and 1.50 P. H. and 10.19 P. M.,
Harrisburg Accommodation Train at 7.15
A. al, and Mail Trains at 10.45 A. DI, and
6.05 P. M.
On Sunday, the down trains pass Beath
ing at 9.40 A. 111. - lind 4.25,P, M. and up
trains *t 10.50 A. M., and 5.57 P. 51.
The 4.25 P, M. down, and 10.150 A. M. up
run only bettieen Philadelphia and Read
Up trains leave Philadelphiaor Reading,
liarriablirg and Pottsville at V.BO and 8.16
A. 1,14,12.80 noun, and 3.30 P. M , and at 4.45
P. M. for Reading only. The 8.1 A. M. train
,with trains for Tamaqua, Wil.
Ilamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niagara and
The 8,16A..11., and 8.30 P. M. up trainsfrom
Philadelphia, and 10.36 A. M., and 4.20 P, Ai.
down trains_, atop only at principal sta
tions below Reading.
Beading Accommodation Train t Leaves
Reading at 7.80 A. AL, returning from Phil
adelphia at'4.45 r.
The Pottstown Aceoramodtion train
leaveslottstown at 0.45 A. M. Returning
Leaves tkiladelphia 0.4.00 P. M.
`like' astern Express trains eCnneoi at
Darriaburg with Express trains on the
keniisylvan la Railroad forDaltimore,Pitta
burgh and all points West and tho 10.4511611
ruiff connects at liarturg for Pitta.
rgb,Laneaster,Cbambe sburg, Sunbury,
port, Lock Haven, Elmira and the Cana.
IraSsenger trains leave Upper Depot for
Ephrata, Litiz,'Oolumbia and Laneaator at
7.00 A. M. and 0.15 P. M.
Throbgh First-Class Coupon Tickets and
Emigrants' tickets at reduced Fares, to all
tho principal points in the tiortli,WSt and
COMMUTATION TICKETS, '
With 20 Coupons, at 25 per cent. die.
count, between any pointeliesired. ,
• MILEAGE TICEETS,
Good for 2000 miles, betwoon all points,
at 461 00-for families and business firms,
Good for the holder only, for 8,6, 0 and 12
month*, between all points, at reduced
Fares,. root Season Tickets ono:third
loss than he above.
drir Fa Santora will 'take the Express
ns West at the UPFIII, DEPOT, and all
W h iter trains t' theLOWER or OLD
p tinds Baggage allowed each passen
pass !were and requested to purchase
their tickets before entering tho cars, as
higher lrarett are charged if r paid in the
Excursion Tickets, good for one day, by
7,80 A. M. Accommodation Train to Phil
adelphia And return, at $265 each.
, A. NICOLLS,
May 2.3 d General Superintendent.
READING & COLUMBIA. RAILROAD,
f: . _
:;,-...- ~,,.:: On and afterTliurs
, ,il,;;‘.: - day, Nov. 2tith, r, Al eager rains rill run on this road
as toile s:
Leave Reading at 7.00 A. M.
a )1: II - 0.15 P. M.
Arrivo at Lancaster at 9.15 A. M:
" • " Columbia at 9.25 A. hi:
( i r 66 Lancaster at 8,25 P. 51:
g 41 (161bia at • - 8.80 WM.'
Leave Lancas er a Columbia at 8.00 A. M.
" Columbia at ' . • 8.20 P. N.
" Lancaster at . 3.25 P. M.
Arrivo at Beading at ' 10.20 A. N.
• at Reading at 5.40 P. N.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close , oonnee•
tion at Roading with trains North and
•South, on the Philadolphia and Reading
Railroad, and Weston the Lebanon Valley
Road. No. 2 also makes close connection
With train for Now York.
Tickets can be obtained at the offices of
the Now Jersey Central R. IL, foot of Lib
erty street, New York, and Phila. a Read
ing IL It„ Thirteenth and Callowhill Ste.,
Through Tiokots to Now York and Phil
adelphia, sold at all the principal stations
and baggage checked through.
Trains arc run by Philadelphikand Read
ing Railroad time, which is ton minutes
faster than Pennsylvania R. R. Timo. •
GEORGE F. GAGE,
Et up_orintendon ti
E. F. Easy an, Gm, Frt.& Ticket Agent:,
fob 18 7 1md
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/ --, ~ : 4 % ). 4,,V ,BrIMIETT'S ~ %,..e.0,: . ,„i%
s 'e A:44v 0:::. 1 Vocotablo tr.' v- i t
:. HAIR RESTORATIVE •
I'. f I N :as decideddecided at
dra by the N. 11. Ste Pair i
S t i ",, „
hint is 11014 conceded by the public to bo .
i , (ho very beet Preparation for Nestor - ins
:, Gray or faded :lair to Its origll24l co/01.g , f
% , prernoting• Its Growth, eradicating Hu. „J.:. '
!!'. " st i t_t " it Arci.ti'fil d nn s fagif b .ti l tiltnog ,"4 •••
r front polsotnnts drugs, does'sost 4::. 4 't
oI , ~,, stain tho ilnent fabric, and , qc.,,,„ , 1
• , %*, ( Vt tenses the Beep et,r*St, 4 1 . . •,
the Hair west, and
A; l ' ' fr b • N I ' 9 :5i'..• . 4 3:9
110.. 1 t
'`' • .:' .. .... 1 ••.. 444..
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor., ,
WasfOITEBTE.II, If. as ,
' . .
ilold. by all Drfigglsta and Denten.
Jib: Pritent Medic:Wee. ,
ft , . BIRO H & 13 - 11, 0 1
Dn. A. H. LIGHT, .
• W. J. TEITHRWECHTER,
WILLIAM WELLS. ' -
' Agents, Reading, Pa.
' 416 Y 5 !Id .
' A MMAN 6c HAMMILL,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS •'
WINES AND SEGARS
• 128 SOUTH NINTH STREET, ,
• T r IOLADELPIIIA.
.0. M. LLUM ~ • G. C. 11Alimict.
K R Y Diri R - & 00 . 1
• , anufaotororo of
- R: BUMPER'S,
Celebrated ',l l oldo Herb Bitten,
; ViriNtS AND LIQUORS..
• sigo Asenti. for DAILXI6I UNIIIVALOD
Resale' at the pale bookstore.'
:44p1.1449-,, , ,,4; EONDAY'' AFTERNOON; #4.10.:1,18$0:
Importor • of
101.210r4t . Third Elt*oet,
AT YOUR OWN HOMES.
EITHER SEX—Sattsblo for oto dy hands.
ut, , Pixo. 10 CROLtIr ST. N. Y .
LATEST NE* tOTIK INMS,
WADIES ! !
LOOK OUT . I LOOK OUT !
LOOK OUT I! LOOK OUT 11
"110 utlilos thoComploxion."
"Gins a Rosy Glow to the Chocks.", •
"A Ruby Tinge to the , •
"Retuovcs all Blotches and Freckles,"
"The Best in the World."
Oinor-Sweet_ end Orange Oloasoma.
One Bottle. sl.oo—Three for $2.00.
1000 Bottles sold hi one day in N. Y. City,
46/- All Druggists iIk:BEADING 8011 it.
[Morning Paper. Avg. 243.)
"OR sny t Oft,MY ! lentil stand it but
he did, for he sent right eft and got a box or
`COSTAR'S' CORN savoy,
and it cured him,""
Thousanda of Boxon sold.
All Drugfitsta . in READING soil it.
fleas:m. 9 B" Rat. Roach &c.,1
I, VorttarY ) lied Bay Exterminators,
aContarte't (only pneo Insect Pgirder.
"Only infalliblo Iteinodles known.”
"18 ycp.rs established in Now York.”
"2,000 "Iloes and lflasks manufnOttired
" I I f Beware I ! I of spurious imitations."
"All Druggista in ItHAIDING 801 l thom."
AddrasS ' .
( COSTAR." 10 Crosby St., N. Y.,
Or,ourl r, liaNnY, (Silocessor to)
Doi 8 13M*ES & Co., 21Parlc Row, N. Y.
EA ST PENNA. RAILROAD.
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER.
Conn iencing .Monday, December2lat, 1868.
No. 8, Mall Train,
• leaves Reading 10.81,
A. M. arrives Allentown 12.05; at Now
York 3.60, P. M.
No. 7 Fast Mail, loavas Reading at 4.20 P.
61. arrives at Allentown 6.55) at NtrYork
10.064 IA. .
Nos. 6 n and 7, run chilly, Oxoept B,inday,
stopping at all Way Stations between
Reading and New Ye*.
Lento Reading at
if 44 11.00 A. M.
Arrivo at Nov York at '` MOO A. M.
it 16 11 12.15 A. M•
Theaa trains fun through from Pitts.'
burgh to Now• York, withmit change of.
ears, Stopping only At ' Lyons, Allentown,
Bethlehem, Easton 4nnotlon, Clinton,
White House, Somerville, Bound Brook,
Plainfield and Elizabeth. .
The 5.44 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.' IL trains run
West bound - trains, leave Now York, at
the foot of Liberty street, as follow,s;
.TAX4Ve New York. - Arrive at Rending.
12.00 M. Mail No. 0, 0.00 P. M,
9.00 A. M. Exprolis Train, 11.50 P.M.
-5.10 P. M. Expteas Train, 10.19 P. M.
8.4 4 :1 P. M. Expresl Tram, 1.00 A. 14. •
Mail Train leaving Allentown at 7.470 t
A. M., stops at all Way Stations, arriving
at Reading at .9.10, A, M., twirling daily
except Sundays. •
The 12 M.Train from Now York, stops
at all Stationa between, New York and
Reading, lekiVinst 'Allentown at 4.20, P. M.,
arriving at Beading at 0.00 1 r t M., run.
fling daily except Sundays.
The 8.00. P. ht, train from New York,
runs daily, stopping at Elizabeth, Plain.
Held Sonirtiorville,Jonation, Easton ,and
Bethlehomf atriVing at Allentown at 11.45,
P. M.,• passing Lyons at 12.2%A. PC, arriv.•
in at Reading at .00 A. lli. • ,
• Passengeril Ara requested to purchase
tickets bolero entering the ears, If Meta
extra will be charged and collected on the
train frOln,s,ll rio pay, fere to the
00104170T10N TiOKETe, ,
good for Twinity-six Trips, at 245 per 'cent.
discount taitAen any points Aeffired.
MILEAGE TICKET BOOKS
for 2000 wilco, good between all points on
this or the Philadelphia tk Beading 11. It.,
or %he Reading Columbia at $0.90
eaeb for fawn - lea and firms.
goOd for the holder.' only, 'for three, six,
nine And twelvemonthsi_at reduced rates.
Jan, „ '• einuaral Ticket Agent:
cA0,14 - 0 A.14, ‘
et.iiter - rop, 4 , ,iyogo ! fron atiefipi treading, pi:
i lgi thigeeet a t ik ! ii , ,nd foupthui
SAMPSON SOALP; - COMPANY. '
Tho most relleblo durable Salim - Oirei
pineed before hr Pub li c. F
Coll and Soo; =AM b e fore PVC la 6The•
linf o e t t i ni s total& etrer! to ,
pLATFORIi . OO . ALEs,
6 ,4$ X 4
: , 1
• -pit , 3011NSTONi .
Offieo 7,./kpeith Frederik* litreet. -
TUE ORLY ruyetwAN AAA" tTI6tI~TGL
yes diecovered the moat CC dein ttip oo dy an
.:eruotua! Kernelst In the wer4d [or all
LISEASKS O!' IMIWIJDUNCE.
Rai, . 1
1100 No Viiting t Per/Kitts RI/.
M e d I* ignoratO Pretaiddra,'Or Mut Deadly
PuttontlfercurY, t hosad apply linritediately.
A ou RE WARRANTED TWOO Ull ADDE,
IN . FRODI ONS TO DAYS.
Meet, stricture,Houdnal Wehltue49, Weak.
nose in the Back and Limbs, Affections of
the Kidnoy and Bladder; involuntary Dia.
charges, impotently, Gene ra i.De bid ty, Nor.
veusulusa, Dynepaia, Languor, Low apit
its, ,Conftsion of Wens, Palpitation of the
Mart, Ti iiaity,,T'rombling, Dimness of
Hight or Giddiness; Diseases of the Road,
Throat KOse or Skin, .Affeetious of the
Liver, Lunge, Stomach . or r Itowole—thogo
Terrible Dieer.ltra arising froth the solita
ry Nubile Of YoUth-ado' Br and solitary
practices more fatal to Unity vicious than
the song of the Syrone to the Mariners of
Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant
hopes of anticipations, rendering: mar
riage, so., inipossible.
• YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the vietima
of solitary Vice, that dreadttil and dostrub•
otive habit widen annually swoops to an
untlnioly grave thousaude of, Young,. •Hou
of the most exalted talents and brilliant
intellect, who , might otherwise Ave, on.
trance(' listening bonatos, , with Um t utu
'dors of Moquette° or waltod tolecStasy.th
living byre. may call with bill ebrilidenco.,
TAKE I'AUTICITLAIt NOTICE. ,
Taiga aro inmo of the sad melaneholy
moot produced by early 4 habits' of youth,
viz t IYeakumsa of the 'fuck awl Umbe l
ruins in the Head, DllllllOBB of Bight, - Loss
of Alueoularliower,Fulpitation of tholicart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous irritability, Derange.
molt of, thu DigoittiVe Functions General
Debility, Srinptoms of Consumption, &c.
AIIiNTALLT.--tho fet4idi 01X001,13 on the
mind are much to be dreaded —'Lou 01
Memory, Con:Cush:mot Ideas, Pep 08810118
of Spirits, ilidi Forebodings, Axe slop to
T§oolety, Seif•Distrust, Love Of, olitude,
imidity, Lo., are some of the evils pro
IiARRIA(II. . -
Married Persons, or Young Mon contena•
plating manlage being aware of physical .
weakness, organic , debility, deformities,
Ito., should apply immodiatoly.
Re who places himself under the care of
Dr. J. may religiOusly ediiiide in his honor
as agentieman, and confldently rely upon
his skill as a phYsiciala.
ORGANIC •WEAENESS i I IMPOTEN
CY lEPIMIMENT Ty MAItIAI4OE.
Dv Dr. Johnston's marvellous treatmant,
„weakness ef the orgauals speedily cured
and foil vigor restored. Thousands of : the
most nervous, deailitated and inipotont,
who hadLlbst all hopes, have boon Immo.
An impuatitionta to Marriage"ysica.l or
Mental Disgitliiication,. Loss of Preprint.
tivo Power" Nervous- irritability, - Tro th .
Wittig and Weakness, or exhaustion of the
modt fearful kind, speedily cured..
Member of the Royal COlloke of liurgeons,
nvadea,Kiraduate from one vf the most em.
Snout Collegoe at 'the. United litatee, and
the greater part or . whose life has been
epotit in the hoePitals 0. Londonif arts ,
k%iladelphia and elsewhere, have eted
some of the most astonishing ou.rtha.
were over , kitewn i Many troubled with
ringing in the bead and ears when a loop,.
great nervousness, being abirmed a Bud.
den sounds, bashfulness, with fro went
blushing, attended sordetlines with de.
kallifelnOlit of mind, Were oared immodi.
Who have injured thonsolves by a cortain
prauLlco indulged in when - alono, a habit
frequontly leargod from evil companions;
or at school, the effects of which are niglit4
ly felt, ovon when asleep, and if not eared
rouders marriage impossiblo, and destroys
both mind and body, should Immo'
,What a pl,ty that a young man, the hope.
of pis country, the darling of his parouts,
should be snatched from all prospoots and
enjoyments of life, by the "consequence of
deviating from the path of nature and In.
dulging In a certain secret' habit. Bneb,
persons 11118 T, before contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are the
pleat , necessary requisites to promote eon
fluidal happiness. Indeed, without these
the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens
to the view the mind becomes ehudowed
with despair and filled with the melancho
ly reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our oWn.
DISEASE OF IMPILIDENCE.
When tire misguided and imprudent vo
tary of pleasure finds that .he has imbibed
the seeds of this painful disease; it too
often haPpons that an ill-timed sense 'of
shce, or dread of discovery, deters him
applying to those who, from educa•
tTo an 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, nocturnal pains in the head
and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness,
nodes on tho shin-bOxtes and arms, blotch.
es on the head, taco and extremities pro.
grossing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate °CUM mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in, and the - victim . of thio
awful disease becomes a .Itorrldobject of
dommiseration, till death pilts a perlcul to.
his dreadful saderings, by sending him to
"that Undiscov ered , Vountry from whonet
no traveller rattans."
6.44 A. M.
7.81 A. M.
129 A. M.
7.00 P. M.
6.16 A, M.l
OF FICIE s NO. 7 SOUTA FREDERICK ST.,
Loft-hand side going fromßaltimorestroet
stow doors tram the corner. Ball not , to
Observe, tho name and number.
Lettets must be paid andoontain astamro
The Doctor's Diploma hangs in his oflloo.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The, many thdusands cured at this insti
tution :year after year, and the unmet.
out important Surgical Orerations per ,
formed by Dr, w tnetsed by the ,
reprtors of the !tEinn, l ), Diippor,” and
ma other papers, notices of Which have
appeared again and again before the pub.
lio,besides his standing as kgentloman of
character and responsibility; is a Bufiloient
gnaranteeto the afflicted: •
SKIN DISEASES EASILY CURED.
May 24. 18681vd•twil ,
H A. R.DWARE,.
CUTLERY, Guis t
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
TIN PLATE'S, SILFET IRON,
SADDLERY, amp &o.
PENN 99TBRAV, APAPINQe PA.
ATM% PAVElrifOlt sA.Lz at-tbet Emma .
• . •
tbe qt"ooCof, J.' NifneintaLpAn_fsEß
l'Or with iippattetilinoes; at No. NZ Penn
etreeti Bonding. ir:44oi tiocoon4ol. going
IMO 0 hot Woof.. ppm .4
T} E' - CRY IS STILL
THEY ; CONE I
TLig RUSH CONTINUES FOR
N. T. GEM,.
BOOT 4ND SHOE MAKER
658 Pints Street, headitig, Pa.
FtAB cONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
FINMST nesortment of Fine and
Boots and' Shoes its this city, also Ladles'
and Children Shoes of all klu ges Soo list of
style', 'and prices:
hlon'aestlf boots, home made, - b4 50 to $7 00
44 44kip . 44 $l5
Yout! " ' " _ISO " 223
Woracnoe•lcip boots, 125 " 176
m Women% C Polish, Polsh, 200 " 2
i saas i • II II te
Monts Motto, 0)
" Plain Qum, aOO
Women's" " 00
Miss • 4 ‘
deoi 7 d
The Proprietors of die liaily Eagle
and Weakly Gazette
ARE PREPARED TO DO
ALL KINDS OF
Having ample facilities A d good ?.
workmen they arc enabled to exc.'
oute every variety of printkng dc-'
sired by . ,
;AND BUSINESS MEN,
Steil AM 1
Bail , Letter-Heads,
RU3InOSS Cards, &0.,
Wo are confident that all work
entrusted to us will be done satis
factorily to thc.customor both as to
style and pike.
Oidors by express or-Mailtivill
be promptly, executed. Address
RITTEA & Co.
DAILY EACIZE AND
542 Pen Street, Reading, fa.
11114 24 lea& .
STitme oAr D In IR fIaNT.4-Thi,ioott
. et 111 of ea DI(111#1.101T tITORE STAND,
comer, of fiti4 and Cheetnot 'streets, le
offered to* neat, 'esith or , 'althea the sate
of the Goode. The stead •is a vary profit•
able on c Tudo oulnlikposed offor waht of
tittle,to tnd tot Zll_oB.. POSl6sllon
giveha pier t ailt 0 1;n Abbly
, DEN pugxEL '
intri4irtpddij - gift 0111 r 10141414
10 CENTS PER WEEK.
—The lioantho l a greet river ,in
China, by a recent freak t new enters the
ica WO miles to the north of its foriner
—A Western medical firm, who cure
by "the laying on of hands," bee lately
been fined for. practicing medicine. con•
trary to law.
-A correspondAt thinks that. one of
the most surprising feats of amiss%
Administration was getting Mudd out o
the Dry Tortugas.
—Beverly Tucker, Tucker, tho whilom dip ~o
mallet of the Confederacy, is about golf
into hotel•keeping business at St, Ceiba•
,riness, Canada. •
--The mensels prevail to such an ex
ent iii some parts of Centro county, that
t has beenzdeetned avisablo to close the
—Mrs.-Nancy Bowman, an earnest ad!
vpcnto of woman's rights, is an applicant
for thu post office at,Lock Baron.
1 b 5
`--4 young man named Dichen4r. in;
Vernon township, N, 4., wont °rays last
wekk, and while in that condi r tion tithed
a double•barrelled shotgun, with which
he compelled his father and two other
Members of the family to crouch is o
corner of the room .for two days. He
fired at them frequently, aiming as etase- •
ly as possible, without hitting, the shots
iomotlmes strikin g the walls within six
nches of their heads. Ho threatened if
they moved or cried out ho would blow
out their brains. Ho had plenty of am•
munition, and kept ono barrel loaded all
the time, tiring from each alternately.
Finally ho was disarmed by a neighbor,
and is now safe in an asylum.
• —An entire family was recently poi
soiled in England, by eating a pudding
made with Suet that had• been kept for a
bong time, and bad developed some kind
of poisonous acid.
—A velocipede, wish wheels pig t fed -1
in diameter mado its appearande n .
dianapolis, I nd ., last week, the rider's
hands and feet both contributing to fur.
nish tho motive power. The inventor—
an Indianapolis man—anima that it can
bo driven at the speed of a mile a
—Grooloy lost his old whit() hat nt tho
—Tim proprietora of .the
Haven furnace aro making the necessary '
alterations in itlAeir_ establishrten't to
manufacture iron directly from the ore„
An experiment made a few days since
was entirely Successful.
—Patrick WKonna, charged`with tho
.n •ezzlemont of the .Stalo and county
to es ns collector of the borough of Port
Carbon in 1867, was trio* convicted and
sottencod to throe year' imprisonment
and a lino of the whole amount embez•
z1ed,:53,610,80, and cos .
, —An old Brahmin wi ow burned her
self with her husband'scorpse 11011i0 time
sitce,in India, and tho llnglish Governor
has sent all the men engaged in the "aut.
tee" to prison for nom years."
--An Ohio paper tell of a conductor
who very kindly stoppedbis train to allow
two couples and a cleriyman to alight
and perform the marriago-ceromonyif,,t: a
houSe by the roadside. !rho perfortna4ee
opoupied about three minutes, and 'the
wedded pairs getting aboard again, the
train traveled on.
—A newspaper publish d in the regions
of 'Ali c e Ideinphreinago and Winnow
saukee, says that " the lis in , Lake Hot
leyhunkernunk, Maine, re said •to be
Superior to thoso . of eithe Lake Wailer
obacnok or Moosetoclture ntuc. Those
of Uhauhongogunganlaunore very line s
but they all got choked to Both in trying
to tell where they lived." .
—The cowcatcher, o f n locorxkotivo
struck a team of horses near Scranton on
Friday week, killing both horses 'Wont!
Vkdestioying the wagon, but not injur
ing the boy driver. .
'--A hired girl employed in the family
of Mr. Cornell, near Eddington, Bucks
county, eet fire to her clothes while fill
ing a kgroseno lamp, Saturday vrgelc,
burning herself so severely ea to cause
death in a few minutes.
—lt Cost Qrent Dritran $ q,000,000, a
year to support Its 150,000 volunteers.
—A New Yorkpaper:skeaks ot a Pros.
byterian Church in that city whiell'"haa
just admitted a Quaker to membership
—A Itfusienl Congress of all nations Is
to 1)6 hold nt Florence, Italy, ,on the 20th
of S4pteintier next. • •
—The biother or the Tycoon,' who,
went to Europe to bo educated, had cern.
pleted his Parisian education by Opole&
ing and leaving his debts Unpaid. •
—A powerful steam New mill en wheels
is being built nt Worcester, Mass, it in.
to be moved Aleut e the.countcy.rtnailleil
wherever wanted. The machine
man Englan . d recently Onimit•
ted aukide by burning himself to .414.
deliberately,seated bbnself on pile
of coals on the hearth.
in Tennessee, by China lien. . .
4 --Keokuk, lowa, • le Ito:1,1190 a. 1 , 1 cligr•
poration wolf Akont!' . op ovii 80th.
The Milted had Yermai is 4 •
889 feet aboxe ocean Welt
- 1 ~..
—lt is stated that on ma s t at aye Ft.
i 1 li . 1 : s. iA:
poisoned by striyehoine may bo sped it
exciting artifiCial reapiration itad,dit n••
balling it for three or our houra.• s• • -% ,11
, / •
.. , .
. —Nfanilly nf,th i reo persons,. ful,ll . iiiit.
eaebnOetts; turned: otit Of •dontit•
payment of rent, . recently oirialied . ,bi
being frozen to death io &snow dill?. ',...,.
.—lt is notkpci by the Ne* York ta.'
petit that the English GE appears'at the
head of .tuore.rnasts at the' whams. in,
that city than our own Stara and . Strife&
It a wo ' inraims.