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VOL. 11.---NO. 46.
THE, READING DAILY EAGLII
Is PUDI,IIItBD Mandl Alf
ITTE CU.,
AT NO. 542 PENN STREET.
A EIITNIN1M:11 INIIHRTEM AT REA-
St . :0_11A111 , 11 It ATM.
M===
GEORGE F. BAER,
A TTOIINEY AT • LAW. ,
tit g e e, No. 44) Norm /3 1.11,1 ntrent, (up
„ t o r Q nearly opposite thouCour tl t Home,
Readwg,rs. m
MATTHIAS MENGEL,
I,DERMAN AND ATTORNEY
ji nt Law. Onloo No. 21 South 131x.th
sheet. All kinds fir collecting and eon
v4auchig (Ire nt the aliortent notice.
Al,O nets as Counsel for Adminhdrators In
selling up ethites on reitsonableternas.
(nate)) I-11
JOHN W. BICKEL, , 4
rI'OII.NKY AT LAW, °tyke, l iActi(t,r
_iv wonting, (bit ttoor s lntok.) No. IROrCett
trtr.wt, Potlgvtllo,Cun ho conntil-
Wit In tlw Gorman hinguttge: (mar 4
JESSE G. HAWLEY,
A ITORNEV AT I,AW.—Qflleo No, 442,
I'c'on atrcet, Sehmunkot llougo Bull ,
Flutrauce through tttO 15Aor.n •,11ook
Horn. CIAO 27-d
•_ _
:IMO IV Al. AI)VAItTiaIVIIEN*I4.
DR, LOUIS Do BARTH KUHN,
I v VIC 11 AND IaiiiIDENGEi No. 244 North
Ninth street, heading, riv Sea 3ti
)It. JOHN STEPIIEN I
•
'renders his professional servieus to
citizens of !tending
P : No. 2(17 N 0
Glut lie consulted In t l sa English
and tier
new languages, at all hours of the tI or
when not professionally absent.
dee 21-iiintaw.
H. M. NAGLE,
(11. S. Pension Surgeon.)
tzto Pena str4q,t, g, Pa.
• (Mee lioard-12 to 2p. in. otoB p. in.
JAa 1,1 41
D. P. BOYESt, M. D.,
(lPENI.;1) AN OFFIcE FON TUN
I j riltel leo 0( 314911000 !it )10. 39 NOrth
SI Sat 90(91( i Wading, Pa. 0111 co itoare
(1010 9 10 9 A. M., 110 3 and 0 t o 0
mar 12.(1
P,l INTB,OII, AND GLASS.--
1 iretherili him whit(' Leila, Foster's
Engli,ll Pure White Load, Liberty Pure
Lead, Pearl Pore White Lewis Red
Skttl Mae, French Mass, all sizes,
A tuvrictot UhtHH , qIL tllPea, Linseed Oil, rut ,
ty„l'al»l9, (to. For sale cheap, sod
all goods tenrrnnlyd as if Old, lry
)doIiONVAN Jr hill/TIMONE,
(ct 31-triv 612 Penn street.
JOB WORK
GERD N AND ENGLISH,
Dolsilt ,AT TIIIG
snoRTEBT NOTICE,
AT TIES
taGI,I.I PRINTING OFFICE?
1'1: .VN
fkili'2,) it
11orsr Ft tt RENT.--A THREE-STORY
IIItit:Ii )11)11Sii, with twO•story back
blinding., situate at 814 Penn troot, bia
liv,pil Ehtlith and Nlnth, sul.4 Vic for a
1
t•torp. 'Cho third story is arra god for a
(Ago Room, AVIIV to
1 , REM: RICK SUIIIILDT,
( log :iontit Ntnth Moot,
mar IA 1
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOORS.
CATHOLIC lIIISCILINE MANUAL,
KEY OF 11F,AVEN.
fill; UATIIOLIC YAM MECUM.
I'N'CLE FRANK'S SERIES.
SERIES
Gol.f)EN LIGHT SFAIIES
AI if,Y MOONBEAM SERIES,
siNGING BOOKS.
MAITY VOICES.
S.IIIIrATH SCHOOL B 1 LL.
FOB SALE*, BY
RITTER & co.,
AT TM: LAGLE Boou'sTonE,
X e.. : 4 '3 reftti
tell 2;-41
LUIs.III3EIII LUMBER 11
BOAS& ItAUDENPUSH,
Corner 4th end Spruce 'Street.
The R r I.uniber Yard on 4 fth sf., Wow Penn.)
Vitt ROT, C/II 7 :AP4gT AND MOST
CON V ENI ENT YARD IN TrIII CITY.
Wo have constantly on bawl a largo
^"()( ( tam% of all %limits of Lumber, which
bo di4ansail of at the lowest intil.ket
Price : 4 n gaßatlties to suit purchasers.
AYG. F, ItoAS. GEO. W. ILANDENDUSFI.
Fn. '21461
I, I XCELSIOI: BOOT AND /HIDE STORE,
!Co. ttO(t Penn Street, Rend ink, Pa.,
(Nest Door to Ler \ eh'd frardwake Store.)
11 A.RW & DRAKE;
13 , ,K to anneunee to the calzeus of ti.etlittog
na vlelnity, that they have HOW in' Store,
very i)11e flisort mont or
'S AND BOOTS AND SHOES.
A 1.80,
LANES' ANI) 0111,1312E1 4 1 1 8 BOOTS AND
et all /dies, and of very .43U parlor
tnalw, winch they will sell at life lowest
Mlei's. They Invite all to enktandtipo
the)r ono k berere Durehaiing eledwliere:
, 1110 Y hive also a Ilmwtssortment of the
stylo3 HATS OD OAPS, at 10W
llgarea,
4 4'.1.11 kinds of customer work Mann
vuun rvilin the vory best style s at 610 " nCF.
11( , 0,
patronage Of the pul)110 is respects
at le
aulietted. • tjanll4l7<l
CLOTHES
STEP LADDERS,
ER
aug led
'ENGINE
BOILER FOR SALE.
MANUFACTUR
The underslgned offer for NA
sonable rates, I
Ro(ikly, rat
•
ONE :o9CILLATINNIi ENei ,
'
FUR 11011811 POW
ONE EIGTISTIOTIAIt Tun ir
RIGIRBOILEti.
Apply at the A:rten‘.olllee,
deo 6 dam
"FOR THE. GOOD THAT LACK:B ASSISTANOE: . ,FOR THE WRONG THAT EEDS RESISTANCE."
WRINGERS,
ALT,' %YAW/ANTED.
EU
I M° KNIGHT'S
DWARE STORE
THIRD AND PENN SM.
Iffl
I=
AND
11;ORTANT TO MACI-firilEiTS
AND
1 I
RITTER & Ca,
----
nnyt. AND READIND,RAILROAD
WINTER ARRALATOEICENT
or PASSENGIik
TRAINS
gouxnun ICru, ISCS.
FIVE, TRAINS DOWN TO PIIILADRI"
PR f 4, pabtang Beading, at TAti), 19.36 and
11.15 d. fa., and 4.25 km(111.35 Pl
UP TO I'O3'TBVILLS, at 10455 A. Lt., and
5.50 and 8.00 P. M.
4
TRAINS WST TO LEDANG
E 4 1
BMW, '
Western Express from Now-York, at 1.05
A. M, and 1.50 P. M. and 10.19 I'. Al.
Harrisburg Aceinutnodat ion Train at 7.15'
A. tel. and Mall Trains at 10.45 A. M., and
0.0 P. M.
On Sunday, the dOwn haws ?toad
lug at 9.40 A. M. and 4.25{P. St. and up
trains at 10.50 A, M., and
' 4 The 4.25 I'. 51, down, anti 10.59 A. M. up
-
tra
runonly botwoon PhiladelPhia and Read
ing. 1 •
Up.trains lostve Philadelphia foi heading,
Harrisburg and Pottsville at 7.s and 8.15
A. M., 12.30 noon, and 3,30 P.M., and at 4.45
P. M. for 'Watling only. The t 1.15 A. M. train
connects with trains for Tifmaqua, Wil
liamsport, _h.:lntim Niagara and
Canada, s
Tito 8.15 A. Al., and 3,30 P. M. tip trains from
Plitiadelphia, and 10.35 A. lif. s sand 4.20P.M.
down trains, stop only at itidnolpal sta
tions below - Heading.
Reading Accetnmodation Leaves
Reading at 7.30 A. M., rotor from Phil
adelphia at 4.45 P.
The Pottatown AccoinmoltiOn ' tram
loaves l'Ottittown at 0.45 A. M. ltotarning
leaves at, ritiladolplits. 4.09 P. M. •
Tito Western Express trains connect at
Harrisburg with Express trnins on the
Pennsylvania Railroad for 111011more,Pitta
burgh and all points West and t Ito 10.45 Mail
train connects at Harrisburg for Pittsg ,
burgh, Lancaster,Chambersbutg, Sunbury,
Scranton, Pittston, Wilkesbarre,
port, Look Haven, Elmira and the Cana
da':
raeSenger trains {IAN% Uppet, Depot, for
Ephrata., Littz, Colunthia and latteaster at
7.ot► A. M. and e.ltS
Through Flrst-Clatis Coupon Tickets and
Fanlgrants) tickets at reduced rares t to all
the principal liotate La the North;Weat and
the Canadas.
With 20 Coupons, : at 9.6 par coat. dis
count, between nay pt liite cleared.
Good for 2000 2n1103, botwoon all points,
at 462 00—for fatnilies and business firms.,
SEASON TWILETB, , '
Good for the holder only, for 8,0, 0 and 12
months, between all points, at reduced
Faros, gehool Beason Tiekets one-third
Ws} than the above. '
Passengers, will take the Express
tratus West at the UPPE it DEPOT, and all
other trains at the LOWER. or OLD
DEPOT.
100 pounds Baggage allowed ouch passim-,
got.
Passengers are requested to purchase
their tickets before entering the ears, na
higher fares are charged if paid in the
ears.'
EXcursion Tickets, good tor one day, by
7.50 A. M. ACCOMMOdatiOn Train to Phil
adelphia, and return, at 12 65 each.
A. tilt;oLLs,
May 28d General iluperintendent.
D LADING & COLUMBIA. RA LItOAD,
IV
i' 4 ' CM liturr"' 4 ',l-t! , On and aft. ,rTliwrs
'' . ..,q4.4V-P.' (lay. Nov. , 2e.tb,
.., .
ttla , Itt3tifinger 'rains will ran on oft, road
as follows: ,
Loave Reading at 7.0' A. M.
.6 a t. 6.16 P. M.
Ar N ivA fi t ' flae=rt ' S ' 0.5.0 Air IN .
8415 Ps X.
" , " Colombia at 1130 P. DI.
Leave Lancaster tt,',Columble, at 8.00 A. IL
‘' Columbia at 8.20 P. 31.
Lancaster at -8.23 P. 31,
Arrive at Reading at 10.20 A.M.
" at Reading at . 5.401'.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 Tnalto close connec
tion at Reading wit)? trains North and
South, on the Philadelphia }and Readingltatiroad,
ttaiiroad t and Weston the Lebanon Valley
Road. No. 2 also makes oloSo connection
with train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained at the offices of
the Now Jersey Central It. R., foot of Lib
erty street, New York, and _Phila. & head
ing- R. R. Thirteenth and Callowhill
Pnliadetia.
Throng Tickets to New York and Phil
adelphia, sold at all' the principal stations
and baggage chocked through.
Trains are run by Philadelphia and Read
ing Railroad time, which is tots minutes
faster than Pennsylvania RI, R. Time,
GEORGE F. GAON,
Superintendent,
R. F. Runyan, Gan. tort, it Ticket Agent.
fob 18-d.
1
Ai . a 0
tit
rinsr PREMIUM
ti Silver BEcilai
teAa AirAnutp'lo
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE lef
11 ay the N. 11. State Agricultural Soriety, at
Its lair, holden In Neahua, Sept, 1,,,),8iA,
EMI
BAILUETT'S
Vegetable hair Resteratlit
Restores (]ray llair to Its Natural Color t pro.
nudesthe growth of the llrlir ; changes the Vtisip
Coate to their on orkotnio action ; eradi
cates Inindrofe nod Humors ; prevents
War falling nut ; is a etipertor Thersing.
It ronfaltie no Injurious tagrodie.tits,
+
and Is the most Jxlrulftr and Pli-
abl most
e, Article thron . pliniit 1110 4i30
Fast, WWI Kqrtli, and lito
South.
F RS
.
Sold by all Druggists and Doe lere
la lindont Medicines.
H. BIRCH & BRO.,
I
DR. A. H. LIGHT,
MEM
u443' 5 1341
1 4 41.1111 AN h ItAMMILTA,
(IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
OF
INH
1 1 ia'
MI
G. ?tt. laummi,
Ftb. Oft,
jrriYDER
hat trr-
DR. 'III3VER'S
Celebrated Tel& Herb Bitters'
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ruiportor, of
WINES AND .LIQUORS
1.4
Also Sole Agents for BAILRY'S thativALtro
lirnisms.
address
. PA.
ILEADIN
READING, PA., 310NDAY AnEIMON, MARCH 22, 1869.
COMMUTATION TICKETS,
MILEAGE TICKETS,
IiETV UNING
J. R. BARRETT di CO., Propriotorg,
IL&NCUEBTEU. N. Lt 4
' W. J. TIIIERWECIITEIZ,
WILLIAM WELLS.
Agents, Reading.,"Pa.
11910 E LIQUORS,
NES AND SEGARS,
28 SOUTH' NINTII STREET)
PHILADELPHIA.
CO.,
,I Mann aoturota o f
No.' 121 Forth Third ,Stroot,
MULL A.DELrinA.
Icor elite eat the Eagle Bookstore.
BALTIMOEE 'LOCK ' ,110dITAL,
.
Office No. 7, South Peer:crick litrtqk
TIM ONLY PHYSICIAN A OVERTHSINO.
Has discovered the most Certain;Sinaly an
tiffoottial Remedy In the world for all
1 1 18 EASE S o thif
Hours! 11u 2W/tiny! Persons lita
u Amoral! I'relenders,l)r Mal Deadly
s4otiift apply , meaattly,
A CURIE,MAItItANTIiII Olt NO
iN Fll,Olll, ONE, TO TW(.i;A IS
btrlctu re, Seill in al IV Oftklitlt4s., Oak
utk-s in the flack and Limbs, A Ilections of
the Kidney and Illuthior, involuntary Die.
charges, luipot fumy, tieueral 'Ninth) , Nor
veusiiess, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low
its, Confusion ot itic.tls, Palpitation of the
Licari, Trewhilug, niftiness of
tiight or Uldilliniss, Diseases of the Mail,
Throat Nose or Skip Affections of, ow
Liver, Lunge, zitomaeli Bowols—thosu
Terrible Ms* o re arising from the solita
ry Mbar!, of Youtti—Olit) .tve and solitary
practices more fatal to their victims than
the tiong at the Syrens to the Mariners of
Wysses, Wighting their most brilliant
!topes of autietpatioes, I:enduring it►ar
riage, ac,, tutroK4ibie.
OtINGMi
Espeolitily, who Lave become the vietims
01 oolltury Viet>, flint dreadful Had tlest rue
etivo habit which anuitaify swoops to nil
untimely grh 0 thousands of 'young Mon
of tim most exalted taients tun), brilliant
luteßeet s win) might otherwise have cll.
Crttticed Listening beitatea, with the Min
ders ut eiecluelice tit yvwked to eebtasy the
living 11 , re, linty call with full trouthlo nee.
TAIiE I'AirrIOU.LAR NOTICE.
12nasa are mane of the lutd
etfootproduced by early habits of youth,
viz Woakuues of tho Batik uuU bhubs,
rano in tho Head, Dininebs of bight, Lob
Of M ILIOUlasrPo wur r t'a Ipi lotion of thell earl,
Dyspepalit, Norvous irritability, Derange•
wont of the Digestive Functions, General
Debility, Symptoms of ConiAtniption, Sr.e.
AIHNTALLY.—Tin) finlflll, fleet on the
mind aro such to be trot 110 Loss 01
Memory, Contusion of I.letW, yuproulona
(.1 ripirits, Iforeboilingo, veraion to
800loty, Solf-Distrust, Lova crt Solitude,
Timidity, /le., are tiOtile of tit 4 ovile pro
duced.
Married Persons, or Young Mon contem
plating marriage, being awaro of physical
woulcuoss,_ organic) deformities,
cto., should apply iruniediatoln
1J who places hiinsoli tumor the care 01'
- Dr. J. may religiously emilitto i his honor
as a !Nauman, and confidently rely upon
his skill as a physician.
OlttiANIC WEAKNRSS, IMPOTEN•
`CY I 1 PIL1)IN1!).NT TO MAURIAO E.
Dy Dr, lohnstones marvellous iyoutinont,
woiticiaiss of the organs is speedily eared
and full vigor restored. Thousainis of tho
most, nervous, ticallitated mud impotent,
Who linti,lout all hopes, have been 10 1110.
diatuly relieved.
Ail impedimental° Marriage, rhYsioal or
Mental Disqualilication, I,t)bb i'rooreii
time Powery Nervoui irritability, Trom
bling and Weakness, or oxhaustion of tho
most fearful kina c upeotlily ourocl.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the noyiik Colloo of Surgeons,
iconcloupraduitto troth ono f the most em
inent Collogos the United dtatos, and
the greater part o whoscplife has boon
spent in tho hospitals o London, rarlsi
riiiiadolphla and elsowlieroi sca.,c
uoleu `with
si•-•
ringing artne nem and curs when aeleep, ,,
great netyousnestr,boing alai.inoii at sial.'
den sounds, bashfulness, with irequenti.
blushing, attended sometimes with tier
raugement, of mind, were cured limnecli
ataty.
YOUNG MEN
Who have injured themselves by a certain
prautice indulged in when alone, a habit
frequently learned trout evil eompauions,
or at bchool, the effeetsofwmeh are night•
ly felt, even when asleep, and it not eared
rondets marriage itnpossiM 0, and destroy t ,
both mind and ,body, should apply hrUne
diately.
What a pity that a youth, matt, the hope
of ats country, the darling of bia parehts,
should be snatched from all prospeets and
, 3 edeymeate of lite, by the consequence of
deviating frOta the path of nature and In.
dulging tit tytertitin secret habit, such
pertsou9lC4aT, before cOntoinigating
,
refieet that a somiti ininQ and body aro the
mon necessary requisites to promote con.
militia happiness. Indeed, without these
the journey through lite incomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect 'hourly darkens
to the`view ; tho mind becomes slittdowcil
with do spair and illiedwith the melancho
ly fettcotiou thitt.tho happiness of ancii;lier
tieComOs blighted 'With our own.
, oii.h
DISEASE OF,IMPRIMEN OE, -
\
When the misguided. and imprudent vo
tary or r;lcasuro Mitis that ho hag imbibed
tau seeds of this painful disotthe, it too
often, happons• that an tit-timed sense of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from apiilying , to those who, iroin ciluca-'
lien andrespeciability, can alone befriend
Min, iltilqing till tile constitutional syrup
. toms orp is horrid disease make their ap
peariniCe, such a. ulcerated sore throat,
diseased nose:nocturnal pains in the bead
anti linibs, dimness of sight, deafness,
nodes o the shin-bones and arms', blotch
es on th 4 head, nice and extremities pro
grvaging with frightful rapidity, till at
last the Alitt f o of the Mouth or the bones
t
of then le,) fall in, anti the victim of this
awful di ease becomes it horrislobjeot of
connulaeration, till doat b h y p s u o t i s id a ti p lif ei t . if m il
t t:
g h, i t s liii d tk r . t3 U ll 'a ti d f l u s i c a o t N i ' ll eiVd il eo s u l utry f r oni w hen es
no traveller returns." , , .
DR. JOHNSTON,
ovfloil l No. 7 FiouTil ionsnEnion ST.,
Left-hand side going frotn /Ind tituorestres
a few doors frourthe corner. rail not to
observe the name and number.
Letterstnust bapaid anucontain astatnp.
Chu Doe't.or's Dtploma liangB in his Utica.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE picEss,
The many thousands mired at this insti
tution your after year, and the manor-
Cps important surgical Operations per
formed :by 1)r. Johnston, wttnessed by the
reporters of
many other papifts, notices of -willeb bare
the "Su Iv Giii,p6rer and
appeared again and again before the; pub.
lle,iresides his standing as agentlemen of
oharacterantiVesponsibility, is anuciont
guarante,oto the millets A •
SKIN DISEASES EASILY CURED.
I May 424,1606-I.yd&w*
Mo(towan & Miltim.ore
0. C. HAIIIIILL.
TIN PLATES, SIIRL:T IRON,
Building Materials,
SADDLERY, &c., &v., &0., &u,
No. 612
PEN - N - SfREAT, R AbING, PA,
sr 21-d.
—Every tlesoription of Soh
J Printing neatly eitaeutll,et the 'EAGI
Prlntinit Ratntiliiihment. siPenn street.
rE at the BAAL*
101/264
'VOTE PAI'EIU• von s,
41 once.
SUS 26 ti
'.'Ulf. JOHNSTON,
11ARRIACIE.
MARRIAGE,
DUALERS 1X
lIA"RDWARR,
CUTLERY", GUNS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.,
METALS,
REMARKABLE CURE
-01-1
SCROFULA
~.-.~.-.~
u~:r--
ABOUT eight years rigoi, was attacked
with a disease which wady its appenr.
anco in the form of SORES, which kept
getting worso for a length of time, unt,il
my condition becitmo'ularming, when Pr.
-. of Biddle street, was exiled in, who
attended me for two months„at the end Of
which time ho pronounced my ease hop o•
less. • Ito then called ih Dr. then Of
Lombard Street Infirmary, as ebnanign4
physician in my case,who also piononifeed
my case incurahlo—to Uhl) Me Own words
" my lower limbs would rot off." Both
told mo I ;night poultice, but it wasino tom
taking medic/tic ; and both stoppelt con -
lug to see mu, During thu time or a 'litti
beforo their attendance, the sight of m,
loft eye left me from the effects of the d IS-
Ciih=o, In this condition I lingered for near
ly a year, when a friend brought me from
Coleman tot. Hoge' 'a Drug store a botilci of
the SANIAMTANIfi and 111:11111
When 1 comnumetul taking it I
was confined to my bed, and not able to
stand on the floor. After taking that bet
tio 1 felt hotter. I then continue() until I
hini taken si.levon bottles, when 1 wits Ml
!lndy restored, ins sores all healed, my
goterat ,heuttli na good, no over, And my
sight netirly reetelcd.
MATIY normmi,
No.l JEtiderat Street.
Sole rf Illargand, JlaZ i»torc (Nu, to•grit
This Is to curt ify thaC on t 11th flay of
Morel), ISM, pemmovily appeared betotiA
mu, thu s(bserMer, Justice of the react) o
the Mato of Maryland, In fool for Balt*
more Cite aforesaid, Allay Hodges, and
outdo oath to duo Soria of law, that the
matter and facts stated h the foregoing ,
certificate are true as therein stated.
Sworn hOfOro me. 1 1).113111)E,
JtOtleo of the Peace.
I IVesturn District.
MS
It is unneeessary to jay anything ntore
regarding the curative powor4 of thu
SAMARITAN'S ItUOT lIRIT.II JUICES.
Morels a case given' , up by two of the
most ado Doctors of Baltimore, ono of
them a Physician to Um Lottibard Street
Infirmary. in lialtiniorn CRS', an institu.
[ion that is known throughout the coun
try. Tlio
SAMAILITAN'S•IIOOT a HERB JUICES
Is a positive cure, for 'Scrofula In MI its
forms, Urcers, t 4 ores,' Spots, Totters,
Scales, 110115, and all diseases of the blood
and skin. Asa remedy for'Syphilis it is
positive. Physicians, by the use of this
remedy you will permanently cure LlllB
dreadful disease. Simi then the lancet,
painting and caustic, which have alwaYs
failed, and use it remedy that will lenvo
your patents with sound bodioB. 111.23p0r
bottle,
SAMARITAN'S GIFT 1
an
n.
ply real aild poettlye cure for an.
orrhael, Gloat, and flleeMlee itrißlng fri?in
indiscretion. • 'llnlenut Copnlba :And Ideren
-7 ilicsenrile6 only ton pills effect a cure.
limy tiro pirely vemitithle; i.titrii In from
two to four lave, lima avoiding ex polure
and trouble. Prim male paelimets, 4r2.09;
feniule,43.oo. , Bent by mall.
LEUCORItH(EA, Olt WHITER.
The attention- of females Is called to the
use of this reinody, It botns• ii poeltlve,CaZif
for these eoinlitattits._„.,,, m uN) a co,,
titNe 1) , - 4 ' ' 915 Rite() Street, Plilln.
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"SIANHOOD'S W E AKNESS."
TUB BADEN•BADEN
Constitution Invigorating Syrup
TT AS BEEN PItEYditED rAPRE9SLY
11 to moot those iliriorrlcrif mining from
Self•abuse and Sexual FACCESti. Energetic,
yet Innocent, it gives tone and vigor not
mil' , to the organs otgcneretlon, but to the
system gonorally ; chucks involuntary sem
inal emissions anti discharges, sores Dopy.
tenon, anti removes the long train of dis•
tretoing symptoms resulting trom • exces
stye or umnitural use of the sexual °row).
Call or send fora cfreitlar. Orders for
,
I idea-Titoloo Cooßtit talon In \Agora! Inir t
'yrop-stiottlit 'be aildroßlied to W M. C. MO N 1 -
OttlEit Y, No, 140 North 54.t11 btroet. I'l4o'
Att pot. hottlo.
HONEY BIRCH, Agt.
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LAIR 'RESTORER
An Inlablo Article for the •Toilot,
IT CURCK9 r. FALLING OuT or , . 111 V. HAIR,
CAIIBI4 A ZIP:TV (11tOWTII Or HAIR ,
ON BALD SPOT:3,
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r Invigorates t)oNealp
And Roots of tho 'Hairs
,
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'Herm I
es dm Secretions of Ulm Coloring
Matter of the flair Removes Dandruir,
Cures Eruptive Diseases of the Spell),
Changes Whiskers anti Mustaches to their
Natural Color, Does not Stain the Skip.
IT IS NOT A DYE.
A I'm Among Many Cases in Proof or
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211 S 0 RRA P 1111,R- TO NIC OP TIIE DAY.
W._ C. Mat
oxicioertY, Egli.—Pcqr - Sir.-14
all New YOrk there is not a pi - elms lion to,t
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i l i,
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itAs a dressing for the hairis exqu sit ,
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D. .1 4 .:1C1C1101 4 1e, 102 i t 101/Maiden La tie
New York, August 20, 1600.
• .
m9,Airaomint rs IIAIR /7,/aTORE.II.
W.(l. Mozcroomattv, 110 North oth etree
Dear Nir.--My hair has been gray and whit
for over thirty years. illy son, a ntercharit
of this p 1 ice, purchased Imm M
oof ontgon -
eYve Hair Restorer. 1 was induced to It
it, and in one week It restored my hair t
its original, color, which was a dark brown.
It not onifreetored toy hair to its natural
color, but ronde'red le soft andgLosay, and
removed alt dandruff from head. As a hair
tonic it to the heat I have ever used. 1 feel
It my duty to let the public generally know
that they need not wear gray hair any lon•
g r if they will only nee Win. C. Montgom,
e y'a flair Keetorer.
JAMES B, BARKER. i
Georgetown, Del., March 18, 1888. ,
T t ESTIJIONY OF WILLIAM ROT
Wu. C. nor/T(l°l4shr —Deur .Bir.--I take
pleasure in giving my testimony to the sin.
eaoy of yonr . Ifair Restorer. Dly hair half.
tog been gray for several years,and hearing
your Restorer highly spoken of, 1 deter.
mined to try, it. lam now happy to state
that it has dean all you advertised it to d&
—having restored my hair, which vats very
gray, to Its original natural color. It is a
splendid preparation for the hair; and I
advise all persons who have gray hair, and,
wish it restored to Its natural 'color, to use
Montgomery's flair Restorer. It also keeps
th e scalp clean and free from dandruff, and'
is easy and pleasant to use. Any. person
Who doubts the truttof thittOrtitleate.ean
.001 and see for themselves. Tours, truly,
WILLI/ill& It. milt, AOti garket,
Philadelphia, Jan 8, 1166.
Price, WO; three bottlett, $3.50 ;big, $3.00.
gold by all Druggisitt•
WM. E. MONTGOI.IERX, sole Proprietor,
140 North *Huh street, VR1110 , 414,
warl7-Bpid
lILIMEDIVITLY after the snow storm, the
following was perpetrated by a nose be
ginner in poetry : -
'" Softly, softly, while wo slept,
Came the snow-flakes gently down,
Came and sorrowfully wove
A shroud of white for the buried town ;
We rose with fooling grand and intense,
And hired a iniddlo.aged Anglo African'
shovollst to clean oft our sidewalk for
ally cents,
Meat EGOS.—Lehigh county hens are i
straining the feathers all out' of their
tails in trying to lay big and curiously
formed eggs. All this happens because
we some weeks ago noticed a foolish hen
laying n very - large one.
One day last week a hen of kr. Samth
el Brown, of Whitehall, laid an egg
measuring 81 inches around the ends,
and 8 ieches. in circumference. That
was "a good egg," and is hard to bent.
On Saturday a duck of Mr. George
Russet, °Olio First 'Ward, laidan egg,
Mild/while, it was of ordinary. size, in
shape bore a Closd `fesemblance. to n
Crook neck quasi), having on ono o f it s
ends a regitlar stem, slightly curved, and
about an inch in length. This was
very curious production indeed.
On Sunday a hen of Mr. Manama
Schwartz of the Fourth Ward, deter•
mined net to be outdone by Mr. llus•
sera duck, laid an egg which ia.altogeth.
er the most curious production \ yet heard
of, and we think will be the bent of the
season. This was a:double oy' "Siamese"
egg, each covered 14 a film instead of
hard shell; the two being connected by a
cord or ligament about two inches in
length, one co•Ataining the yolk and the
other the white. This born , is working at
now patent for the special convenience
of lady cake bakers, so that they can get
eggs, either containing all { white or all
yellow,as occasion MO requit3. Strange,
' very strange; linker!, hat no hen ever
thought of this until t year 1809.—Ab
(meow& Democrat. \
—A laborer in WnellingtOn county,
Miagouri, picked up gn old elm, nod
found in it $BOO in gold coin.
—One of the ornaments of the Iran of
the fieuse of:Representative') it Werth
Carolina is a peanut stand.
sum, au:t Oat,
....tar mysteriously disappeared 'at the
Inauguration ball, have been returned to
him, the individual who appropriated
these histditeal habiliments ;having n 9
further use for them. Gratifying fuel, 1
--A granite boulder, fifteen feet long
and seventy feet in eircumfoninec, and n
prole, perched upon the .top of Motto
floW, one of tho highest pkics in Slas
ssehusetts, is said to have boon trans
ferriAl by th'e action of lee daring, the
glacial period, from the apex of anothe.
mountain at Stanford, t.
_..,. 10
it present Secretary of War, Gen
oral Rawlings, began his career as a char
coal burner.
--The Louisiana, Legislature having
igourned, a New Orleans paper says that
its closing hours ioassed amid a scorn) of
confusion which tquarked its kinship to
the orgies of tho dawned."
--At Pompeii there have just been dis
covered two tosrbto busts—ono of Porn
pey and the other, lof Brutus. They ere
both of lino execution.
—lt in estirnitted that therre - aie 255,000
Itreshing mathipes in the United States.
- 1 •
—Seven hundred trains tinily now run
over the London underigotind railway.
—All ear driTerS in New York are
required to take out a:license—price 2t
cents.
Boston has founded two now public
libraries for tho eteitnan working classes.
,
—Ladies trace( on ; snow shoes in Can
ads.
—A man aged 102 has knit died in
Georgia.
--Wisconsin its 'building a wooden rail
road. ! ,
„
.—Portugal hns obolisl44 illaxery in all
her colonies.
—A little girl In 'Milton, N. 11., bad
two pets, a chicken and t liple dog, which
she always fed tog Cher.' While sho was
feeding them ono day, the dog bit the
chicken so badly that it soon died, where.
upon the dog . refused all food and died
of starvation: • •
—Gen, Longstreet'a position is said to
be worth SRO a year and pickings.
' —Col. John \V. Crockett, a son of the
celebrated David Crockett, has recently
died in Lexington, ky.
- —The . navy of the Sandwich Islands, it
is said, consists of two fishing smacks
And tr raft.
—Texas has five million head of cattle
Vermont paper says that tho at
nual product of maple sugar in the
United States is 7,000,000 pounds.
—A reverend gentleman of Tbiladel-
Phia sends all his complimentary dres•
sing•gowns, smoking caps and slippers
to a furnishing store, which selle them
on commission.
—.-Ohio is to be geologically surveyed.
—Bavaria wants' to invest 0,000,000
in breech-loaders.
• —A largo emigration ofSwias colonists
to Tennessee is-reported.
—A, Buffalo policeman smelt smoke,
Sounded en alarm, got out the enginea,
fed then discovered the came to be a
smouldering cigar burning a hole through
his coat-tail pocket.
•
—A boy 'of sixteen bung himself
Jamaica Filling, Massachusetts, Wetines
days
10 CENTS PER WEEK,
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EMPLOYMENT
A YOUR OWN HMS.
RITIIV.R SEX—Suliable steiy 1 1' 4118.
Pandargo prollta.—Aildroa for s
for p m articul 11
ats
at oa co,
COSTAR," No. 10 CROSBY ST. N. Y.
=I
IiOUSEKEEPEIIS
)10USEKEEPERS 1
Men---Woraen---and ' Children !
Men---Wonien---and Children !
).
~c oming it) and
~ s oothing to an painful WollilllP % ae."
"11014114 Z 10101 Soros, Ulcers % 4e."
Costal . . ! s Blickthorn Balve
N-ttio moAt extraordinary BALVR over
known. tin power of Soothing and Iltaltoil
for 011 (Ado, .I.lnritN Ilvittses,aoroa, ttletarv,
Cllnpood Banat% and Skin, for ;lore Zilippleg,
for PIRA withant, paranci - .
Ono portion elsyn of ft, "I would not bo with.
old 0 box In illy bonne 11 It cost .3.00, or t
had to travel all tho way to NO* York for
It."—Ar. Y. Evening Nemo, #t,l)l, &h.
All Druggists In It F.Linlisit4 twit It.
Mil
"That Cough will kill yOu',"
Try "Coster s" Cough Rimedy.
"Cola and iottrsettess load to death,"
I‘rY "Coster's" Cough Remedy.
"For Croutut—Whoopiug Coughs; ao•s"
- 'Yry"Dostar'6" Cough Remedy.
"Costar AftVN It is the hest itt the whio
world—awl It Ho etqa se--tts Tvuo—its Tree
—its True I and Wo say Try It 7 Try it—Try
it."—ltrornio "per. deg. tYI.
All Drugglots BRAVING sell It.
"COsiLikiglit.'?.6.o.lTs
BEAUTIFIER:
Bitter-Sweet and. Orange Blossoms.
4:ir Ono Bottle, Isl.o . o—Throo for .2.00.
Janitor's" Rot, Itonsh„er.,ArtertOltiqtat's •
samtatJa" Itert kirterostootors,
jandopos" (only Loire) bisect .I.'neder,
"Only In fidliblo Remedios known."
"le years entittilislied lit New York."
"i,uoo Boxes and Fiuskii umnufsetuied,
In)ly.o
" 111 Beware ) 1 ) of spurious IniltattOns.'
Druggists in ItiGADIN(I
/Veldreei
"COSTAR," 10 Crosby St., N.' - Y.,.
Or, Joinf F. thorny,(Stiocresor tat 4
INAS BARNRS it CU., 21 Parkltow,. N. ri
Rohl In REA DINO, ra., by Dr.,8,. 8. BTI.
,VENB, No. 724 Pont& atroot.
fe,blB-daw
~ E AST PENNA. rItAI,I4ROAD.,
A.1.1,11/aG l MERT or PASKENUEIt
Tri.4l2+lB,
Cemmenctnij Monday, Dreentoerilst, 1938.
f.-i:::tietiNvoe's 6' Re 3 „%n i g Tr l(l. l / 1 11;
. , ~ iirt yes 't entown !Mt tit 'Now
York 3.60, P. 31.
No. 7 Vast Mall, leaves Reading' at 4.20 P.
M. 'arrives at Allentown 8,66; ut Now York
10,1)6, P.)11. , ,
Nos. 6 and% run daily, except suntlay,
stopping at till Way Btutions between
Reading and New York.
EXPIIESS TLlALtiti:
Leave Reading at 8.44 A. M.
a " 7.81 A. M.
14 11 L2B A. M.
11 t/ 1.00 A. AI.
Arrive at Now York at 11,60 A, M.
II a
12,16 A. Ato
7.01) P. id.
II 6.16 A. Id.
These treble run through from Pitts..
burgh to Now-York, without change Of
ears,stopping '
only at Lyons, Allentown,.
Bethlehem, Easton Junction, tlinton
,
White /louse Somervillu, Bound Broo k
Plainfield andEllzabeth.
The 6.41 A. .61, train runs daily except
Sundays and Mondays,
The 2.2 b I'. M. trallia run daily except
Sundays.
The 7.31 A, M. and 1.00 A. M. trains run
West bound train», Mitre New York, at
the foot of Liberty sticet, as follows:
Leaie New York. ' drrite at Reddin.
12.00 M. ' Mail No. 6, 6.00 P. M.
9.00 A. M. Express Train, ;
6.101'. M. , Express Train, 10,10 p, kr,
• e..0011' . hi. Express Truitt, 1.00 A. M.
Mall Train leav in g Allentown at, 7,'u,
A. M., iii,opii"at all Way Stations, arriving
at Reading at 0.10, A. hi., running daily
except Sundays.
The 12 M. Train from New York, stops
at all Stations between New York and
goading, leaving Allentown at 4.20, P. AI.,
arriving at /that at 600, p, M., ran•
ning daily except Sunda,re, •
The 11.0 U V. .11. train from Hew York,
rims daily stopping at Elizabeth, Plain
field, 1 Sommerville, Junction, Easton a nd
Bethlehem, at riVing at Allentown at 11.46,
P. M., passing i t
at lism,A.M., arriV
ing tit Read lug ati.oo A. M.
i'assOngers are requested to purchase
tickets before entering the cars, • a 28 cts
extra will be uhargeti and colleeted on the
train; from all who pay the litre to the
Conductor.
OMMUTATION TICKETS.
goOd for Twenty.elx Trim, at 26 per Cent,
ditieoinit het wtien any pointa desired.
MILEAGE TICKET 1300X13
for 4000 toilet.. awl I)etween alt Pointe on
this or the ildindelphla & Reading It. B.
cielhe Reading 4 Ct' nuTenla it, K., at 02.60
(malt tut famhtea and Orme.
B.EA 30. N TICKETa,
good for the holder only, for three, !IX)
nine end twelve mouths, at reduced rates.
P. M. ERMENTROUT.
0 49,1110tai Tleket Agent.
IPSVILLE ACADEMY
Jan
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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS,
AT
kULPSVILLE, MONTOO3IOItr CO„PA.
THE SPRING SESSION . Or 11118
Ja. popular Institution will o on MON.
DAI, APRIL 3tb, H 0 %% Tor pa rt iculate.
sena for catalokuita. .
8. U. BRUNNER. rtiticipaT;
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