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MONDAY,' MAUCH 22, 18(9.
I, l nE Eagle Book Store,
Anj r E4 ofciee, ,DALLY EAGLE
and READING GAZETTE & DEW
mit have been removed to
542 Penn street, Sehtnucker
lion 66 opposite the
Mn. JAcou It. ocuun'Ett is our nuthur•
.11xd agent to Obtain subscriptions for
the DAILY EA(II the GAZATTR AND
DAIIOCILATI and 'the lie is
now cunvasaing the county,
)4.III'NE nEll), NEP DUNTLINF:, AND OTHER
"ISTATIO4, " IrniTERR.
The number of trashy publications
now In the market appears to be on the
increase, and the amount of injury they
are (musing etin scarcely be overestima
ted. • Latent) ] of- endeavoring to acquire
useful inforibation, too many of the
rising generation, of both sexes, spend
their lelenre pours in reading pnblice
tions which td.e fall to overflowing of the
moSt silly and Impossible deedit and say
lege of imaginary heroes and heroines,
or gallant idloTspies, heroic pirate chief
tains, und mythical guerrillas. The
young man or' young woman who reads
this class of bunks and newspapers soon
becomes unfit for the real duties of this
life. The yOuth despises his honest em
ployment and liecomes a woitidean \inn•
derer over land, and sea, or goes to eeek,
his fortune and find ruin in some
Imp city. Thelghlueqiiires a distaste for
the ditties of home life, and anxiously'
waits for the nebleman in disguise Who
is to be her feture,husimad, and the eon
110qm:ince is that she either lead a die- I
contented and fretful life, or deo be
comes the prey el some
~ well dressed I
libertine and euds her days in a brothel
or vn [timeliness? :
Among the many works of this -kind
we may mention Mayne megneine,
"Onward,"—a Work which we are sorry
to set respectable newspapers commeed
mg to the attention of their readers. It
pretends to bepublished for the good of
the 'young tkeh of America ) when in
meal a:net...lo 1 • to lead
misstatement% is regard to our late
- war, which the Writer, though a si,boast
falioldia, took no part in, because, as
he says, he was '!,absent (contour shores.'
That a man assuming to possess so much
courage mid, patriotism should remain
"abaent" four long years at such a time,
is rather a st ranJO circumstance. It scants
as though he is either a coward or-a man
who eared but little what the remit of
the conflict :might be. At any rate, a
writer who was alma from the country,
dutlick the Wire war is very poorly
qualified to net as a critic in regard to
tho_netions of armies and their officers.
' Ills tale% ofiMexieo and South Amerita
,are equally trashy and improbable. lie
wastes many words in 1112. OVUM to make
himself appear a hero, and almost as
many in his attempts to convey
proesion that he was a dashing cavalry
officer, In truth, ho was m mere captain
of New York volunteer infantry ht the
Mexican war, and if he was anything of e
horseman his friends have yet to diticover
the fact. Ills statement that Gen.
Kearney was .a New Yorker disproves
his claim to an nepinintnnen with that
brave, but imprudent soldier, who was a
native of New Jersey, u commander of a
New Jersey brigade, and a resident and
property owner in Now Jersey at the
time of his death, and for years pree
vieuSly, at various times.
Reid garnishes his wake with a inlet
tering of bad Spanigh, to exhibit' his
superior knowledge of languages, , and
describes in glowing terms the beauties
of South American life, without endear
oring to warn the youth of our country
against the terrible epidemics, the an'
;toying insects, the deadly serpents, the
ferocious beasts, and the indolent,
treacherous anti dangerous natives of
that land of negro equ a lity. m am ,y an
unfortunateteentWrer over the sandy
Wastea and ttl'alarions hotbeds of rank
vegetation in Mexico and South America,
has cursed seat authors ns Mayne Reid
And Ned Ihtatlino, for imbuing his youth
ful mind with a desire for, a rovi ng Life
amidst the imaginary delights (t) of a
Instead of commending the works of
such authors, every 'respectable news
paper should denounce them, and 'warn
its readers against their evil effects. '
We shell have more to say upon 'this
Bossy Bun cu continues to quarrel
with hie fellow.ltadicals in the House.,
Ina quarrel with Sehenek, last week, the
Vienna Humbug used such language that
any on'el but a coward like Butler . would
have resented it on the spot. On Thurs.
day ho quarreled with Kelley, of Penn.
ylvania, in regard to a "put up,jelp o f
furnishing nickel to the government, in
which both were pecuniarily interested :
The Beast' is despised by all, oven by his
own party, whit hate him while they use
Lim al a tool,
"Win the eomiug nation (cod on
tho "coming nation", consists of
1 . 441ci15, they should be fed on , straw
and thistles exclusively—the usual food
g other donkeys, '
jlie Public Vro.llllllll.
The "Public Credit bill," as it i • gen
erally called, the proper title, of wh 4,6
"An act to strengthen the public credit.
of the United States," has passed :both
houses of Congress and baa been signed
by the President, and is therefore a
The bill is as follows :
"Be it enacted, itc., That' in ordtir to
remove any doubt as to the purpose of
the government to discharge all just, ob
ligations to the public creditor, and to
,cttle conflicting questions and interpre
(adopts of the lags, by virtue of which
.nelt obligations have been contracted, it
is hereby pravided and declared that the
'pith of the United States ',is solemnly
pledged to the payment in Coin or its
equivalent of all interest hearing obliga
tions of the United States, except in cases
whent the law antkorizing the issue of
-uch obligations has expressly provided
!hat the samo may be paid in latvfol
money, or other currency than gold or
silver:; but none of said interest bearing
obligations not already due shall be le.
qieetnettor paid before maturity, unless
at such time United States notes shall
b e convertible into coin at the optii of
,the holler, or unless m such time bonds
of the United States, bearing a 'lwker
rate of interest than the bonds to be re.
d, erred. can he sold atpar in coin ; and
thC United States shall also stqmnly
pledge its faith to make 4rovisioil at the
earlie , t practical iu rind for the redemp•
tion of the United States notes in coin,"
PROCELDINGIC ,OF CONOTIE‘P.
WASHINGTON, March 20.
In the ~ciennte, Mr. Fenton introdneed
a bill prohibiting seeret sales of gold.
A hill fixing the status of tulge
vneate in the army was reported und
A resolution was adopted for the ap•
pr,ititownt. of a seleevcommittee of moo
On political disabilities,
Mr. Sumner offeretVa joint resolution
making the . rates of ocean p•oF,lnge the
sant° as those on,ilandj which Was 're
Tho Tenure.of-Office Act wits discuss
The House was tot in session...,
Tn Worms() rEoeu....----The tin roof
ers of NOW York state that they ore ro•
eeiving $.l per day.
The Bricklayers' Union, of New York,
Alain that wages in that trade 71 from
$* 4 to to $6 60 per clay.
Mosu,►r, March 22.
The nominations of Win. A. Richard
sou as Assiidant , Secretary of the
Treasury, and Joseph It. Smith as Ileve•
nue Assessor for aid Second Peonsylvrt•
nin District, have Aleen confirmed by the
A delegation of Pennsylvania Con
gressmen, headed by Senator Cameron
had an interview with the Presidat 01
Saturday, in relation to the distrilmtiot
In the Arkansas House of Ilepreseuta
tires an Fi'idny, resolutions tare introdu
ced vacatitig'the °dice of Speaker on ac•
count of non•resikknee, and depo s ing the
At Havana, on r)ninititil •••
of political pris'on6rs for Fernando Po,
was witues.w.tl by thousands of peopla.
Disturbances occurred, and a Cuban was
shot dead by the soldiers. he people
afterwards shot an i. killed Police gont•
wirsary Itoinbra ) a Al a thief W a liheit by
lo New York; o
Prince Loilia, of 13
to Miss Etpiliallni
A fight botwee
troops, in which sI
reported to have or
Now Mexico, oni7
The revenue oQiC
seizing, illicit (Bay
fain districts, wit
A u 4.0, named
assault' upon thre
that town. On Fri
lynch him, but were
rho prison is now I
31)1.rott D.trLY F..
been very brisk gee
few days. A (owl
grain has changed h
rerr short link 0: i
grain, coal and 10 l
about flOOO bushelil
grain. The prices
$1,60 for wheat, rye t.
1 and oats (i 0 eta. p
supply of the St. Cl',
excellent article, is°,'
by Mr. Weber. No
for some days. 111
partratmts is also I
I he limeptene qnarri
ly, and employ ninon
ore employed by
?marble quarry of L
probably nat mum (
fore the Ist of April
! I regret to atmoun
Brother John Yoh,
'lay morning at 10
! third brother of this
within a yetir. flew
'speeted member of
C. A. lie will be bu
(Horning at 10 o'clobl ;
—funeral to proceed
residence—with appi l
by the Lodge of wine
Bev. A. C. Pauli will
The Order of B. U.
quite 8 trottg, in thin
having the most men
the State, outside of 1
are about building a I
sudicient amount of
sold to warrant the
/rhe roatts, except t i
a bad condition; on a
mud, canned by alte!
thawing. Thd bad
farmers back sornewb
able to bout their posi
Moving has been t
the past few days,
The election in th
berg) township came
the following result:
Justices of the Peac i
F. B. Smith, Rep.;
Dent.; School Dire
Seltzer, Dem.; Samue
stable—lsatte 13: St,
visors—Jo'.:.n A. Welt
Ureth, Dew.; A 880384
II Saturday evening.
whoa, was married
white and colored
rural wore killed, is
curred at Fort Lyon,
ink in Tennessee'nro
[cries in the moan-
I 1 tbo _ assiatanell of
Cain, is in jail at
•ged with an atrocious
young ladies, near
lay night a mob our
and: threatened to
I induced to disperse,
, March 22d, 18(19.
(11x: 7 -Business has
Hrajly durin thunt, e past
*lil6'ta'ble a g mo o
!ands Iteg. Within a
il. Weber, dealer in
miter, hat.t received
of various kinds or
were from $1.30q0
SIV, corn 80 ets.,
r-- IMshel. it, , large
air B all pea coal, an
also being received
ltin ber has (mired
psin !ss in other de
,rot lively, whieh
stir/ in our town.
.?s are shi ppinglarge.
they of men, They
4;yrich & Co, The
ester t 3 Co., wil
tee operations be
o the death of our
vho died on Satin
-4 'clock. He is the
stand' who has died
►s a faithful and re.
the B. V. (H. F.)
led on Mdnesday
from his fatheett
t he was a member.k
(U. F.) C. A. is
place, the Lodge
bers of any one in
irge Bail, nearly a
,tack having been
te turnpike, are in
.count or the deep
nate freezing and
eather has put our
t, a 9 they are titt
le, rai u, &e.*
I derably Evely for
's ([owes Ifeidel•
I. IT on Friday, with
—C. Span, Dom.;
Stout, Itep.., Con
ut, Dom.) 1 1 ;iip9.-
Izel, Dem. / . Daniel
In. Bucks ; Dow.;
i lly , -
DISNIASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR,
ALEXANDER GARRISON, M. D.,
A / Treatise on Do fnetss—OsteuTh,
r c 4.
Respectfully informs the citizens of Read.
big and vicinity that ho will visit this city
monthly. Moo at the• American Mouse,
sind 'wilt ho prepared to receive patients on
Tifestlay, April Oli o until Saturday, the leth,
and again on Monday, May loth, to Wed
nesdaY.; the 12th, after that. Limo due notice
will be given of caoli appointment omit can
he consulted for Deafness Noise in the
Read, Catarrh, Discharges from the Ear,
Accumulation of Wax lir the tar, °tisane
thin of the Eustachian 'Folio, and airfield°
or Chronicjintieasos of Lilo Ear'and Mr ras
AUTIIII3AL EYES INSHRTIWN \ WIT/i
. , OUT PAIN,
itud pgilootly l'estutbling tivd untural oro;
CATARACT, STRABISMUS OR CROSS
EYE, ARTIFICIAL PUP/1 , 1 tte,g
Skillfully part oi meta, anti ;all (Ulansae of Mc
EYE' Al\ D. EAlt
Treated, and every operation In Aural an
°Miming() surgary periornvad by Dr. QAI
DR. GArtRIEKIN treats catarrh'' by the 1180
it medicated inbalations.
NOTICE,—'Any one desirous of haring
my opinion in env case relating either to
the rye, Ear, or Catarrh, will at all times
receive the sane candidly, if application be
made in person, I am generally able to
Inform the Inquirer whether or not a cure
Cab ho effected; if not, whether relief can
be given, and to witat. extent.
GAIIRISON does not pretend to cure
all diee:Lim, but front his experience of
twenty yeare practic.• in Europe and this
country, is prepared to trout all curable
DR.' GARRISON refers by, permission to
the following medical gentlemen; Dr. J.
Mott and Dr. Lovott, Now York City; Prot.
Eianbern an 4 Dr. Matto, Roston; Dr. Moore,
Syracuse; Dr. Woodward, Troy, N. Y.; Doh;
Nehemiah Piereo, New York.
For farther partieulare, references, testi.
neon Ws, ote.,:lla for a circular, •
mar 15 OtactAvt
saw t owl, Angtist 15th, lft/7.
Allow me mean your attention to my
REPARATION OF COMPOUND EX
TRACT. !MUM% The (component parts are
nucuu LoNo mar, CIJEEHEts JUNI.r EH
BERRIES. • •_. , in
Mona Or Protean Vrion.—litienu, Tame,.
Juniper Berries by distillation, to form a.
dim gin. Cubes' extracted by displace.
merit by liquor obtained from Juolptr Ber
ries, containing very little sugar, a Mall
proportion of spirit, anti more palatable
than any now in use. The active proper.
ties are by this mode extracted.
i Ruche, as prepared by Druggists goner-
Oally, is of a dark color. c It is a plant that
tOlta its fragrance; tab aetlon of a flame
destroys this Ma active principle), leaving
a park and gintiontni decoetion. !Attie is
t hefeolor of ingredients. The Bimini in my
preparation predominates; the smallest
anantity of the other ingredients are ad
ded, to prevent fermentation; upon iqopec
Gen, it will be found not to be a Tinc
ture, as made in Pharaccopoya, nor 1* it a
Syrup—,end therefore can be, used in cases
where fever or innammation exists. In
4.108 yet, have the knowledge of the ingre
dients And the mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a trial,
and that upon inspection it will meet' with
your approbation, With a feeling of con
I am, very respectfully,
H. T. if ELMHOLD,
' Chemist and Druggist ec 10 Years'
Experience in Philt,/k....lphin, and
- now Ineated at his Drug and . Chem
leaf Warehouse, Lai Broadway, Now
[From the largest Manufacturing Chem-
Ws in the World.)
1 am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Hedrio„
bold ; ho, ocenpied the Drug Store oppo
site my residence and was successful In
conducting the business where others bud
not been equally so before him. 1 have
been favorably impressed with his charac
ter anti enterprise.
Firm of Powers ca. Welghtman, Mann
faeturieg Chemists, N loth mid Brown
Hatainotnte nano EXTRACT 11Thelin, for
weakness arising frOmi indiscretion. The;
exhausted powers of nature which are Ac
companied by so many alarming sync!).
toms, among which will be found, lad isix;••
»Mon to Exertion, Loss of Memory Wake. 1
LOness, Ilor or of Disease, or Forebodings
of Ev 11, in ft et, Universal ' Lassitude, Pros
(ration, and liability to enter into time on- '
joyments of society-.
The Const4ition, once affected with Or- ,
gaol° Weakness, reqeires the aid of Melt
icino to strengehen and invigorate the
system, Whieh ill LMEOLIPS EXTRACT
oticHU invariably dons. Hilo treatment
is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity
livaarnotn's Faiim EXTRACT itUelitt, in
attentions peculiar to Fencetes, is une
qualled by any other preparation, its in
Chlorosts or Retention, Painfulness, or
Suppression of Customary • Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Sehirrus State of the Mena-.
anti all complaints incident to the sex,
whether arising from habits of tlissipat ion,
imprudence, or in the decline or change of
liniAtilote's not» EXTRACT liventl AND
lit enovee Rosa Waect will radically , ex
terminate from the systolic discuses arising.
from habits of dissipation, at little ex
pense, little or no change In diet, no an.
eenvertience or exposure ; completely su
perseding t hose. unpleasant anti dangerous
remedies, Capella; and Meroury,inall these
i tifdt liatallietn i n ELMO EXTRACT 11 1 301113
lit all diseases of the organs, whether in
male or female, from whatever cause Ort
ghlating, and no matter of how long stand
ing. it is pleasant in taste and odor, "lm.
mediate!' in action, and more strengthen.
tag than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron. -
Those suffering from 'broken-down for
delicate constitutions, procure the remedy
The reader must be aware that, however
slight may be the attack of the alcove
diseases, it is certain to affect the bodily
health and Mental powers.
AU .the above ttif4tAttAlS require the aid
of a Diuretic. If ELMBOLIPS EXTRACT
;BMW/ le the greatest Diuretic.
• Sohl, by Druggists everywhere. _ Price
—41,25 per bottle, or it bottles for $0.50.
Delivered to any address. Describe Symp
toms hi all communications.
Address ii. T. lIELMBOLD, Drug and
Chemlcal.Warehouse, &al ilroadwey, N; Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS
DONE UP In etreel-motraved wrapper,
With [etc-simile of my CamalealWarehouse,
dee 24-ameodaav I H. T, HELMOOLD.
I t .
. 81;14EtT FA hiILY IloArmiNo suttoot,
An Eugllsh,Cia j estcat, Mat heinalloal,Sclon
tido and ,Artlctio,Dualtutton,
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
.4€l ) ottitoton, 4tontgontery County, Pa
Thu second half of tho olghteenthloinn ,
ai 61189i0111. euntwonced on WodnefulaY
tho 3d day of February last. .11'uphs r
cuived at any time, For eirtmlit'n3 lola res.
REY. GEO. F. ]HILLER, A, M. •
lIEV. Schaeffer, Mann
Kraut h, Seiss, Wallenberg., Litetter,Slork
Conrad, Bomberger, Wylie, tzterret, ant
Ludlow, Leonard Myers, M
Pucka Thetyor, Benj. M. Boyer, &mph 8
loet, and Wester Clymer.
ESQ4,—Janles P. Caldwell, James L,
horn, S. F. et, K. B. Ornetierates
Theo. U. Boa*, C. 1. Norton, L
notelet, S. Grro3s Fry 11111er do Perr
Charles Wan nentaelicr, thlllloB Kent
Santee et Co., John Wiest, eto.
GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT.
Waroroom, corner Fifth and Washing
MANUFACTORY, WASHINGTON SI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -,
TUE UNDERSIGNED ItESPIVTE'ULLI
Invite publio attention to the splendid
kook o tirst-etass furniture now and constant
ly on hand, and mado to order to suit
'Among other articles, esPeeicit attention is
(suited to their unsurpassed
EXTENSION TABLES; 1
Ensmos .or Tnr. Uri:ST STYLES
and ovory other artiele in their lino of bast
Every MI MO is manufactured by themselves
ir, their adniirably -arranged manufactory
with the most perfect machinery, and ehlll
ful mechanics, and finished la an unsuroass
Also 'prepared to execuig all orders for
All orders promptly executed, and warrant
ed miroantistootion. lap. 20 (h.
B EAU 1110151 PR HALL t
Ara non• off•ring a splondld stock of
COME Azu? SECURE GREAT BARGAIN'S
Sults mttelolUp to order in splendid style
PRICE} TO SiflT Tlfl TIMES,
I CALL AID SEE.
,CII '& BRO
BEAU MONDE HALL,
"te• 54 3: PE/rN ernver.
DINING ROOM MAIM,
CENTRE AND OTHER TABLES
BITCH & BItO.,
No. 543 PENN STREET,
An unsurpassed stock of pronto'
Coit'aproved, No t 9G3 1 , The alliova rt%
ward will ba paid by leaving it at
mar • THIS UFO ICB M
PUBLI t , SALE OF REA ESTATE.
W601,1)1.AT PUBLIC BALE, u:kr
vy9ATL 11DAY. Lvlarult kith, I*:<.l. at the
KoyStono louse. Reacting,: at 1 o'oloabk
3‘.. a liolu3 anal lot or plueeot Krouud, situ.
ate on the southwest . corner of Ninth and
Walnut et , ets e eontitihin g 119 feet tin 'Ninth
street. an 110 feet on 'Walnut :Arent, to
ten-feet al cy. Conditional made known M
sate hy • 0 itt; f; W. It Wl'. •
W. V. L • ON. Ituet yet% [utar 20-tsal
phltrilA 8 , COURT SAM—Pursuant to
L 1 nn orderer the Orphans ' Court of lierks
county,. will be sold at public yenduu, on
.S TURD i._ A ' the 2.701 day of March, .S.. IL
MI), at the Keystone Uonse, in the City of
..,, Readh ft, a certain twastory OWE',
- 4 LINO OUSE, number ill Itiouth,Third
.`, street,: and lot of ground or piece of
laud pa witoh the same is erected, situate
on the west side, of boutit Third street, he.
tween Ches nntand Spruce streets, in the
said city of RettAing, in Lily county of lierks
awl State f ,Ijonnsylvania, bounded and
described I follows, to-wit: On the north
by lot of t; ountt now or late the property
of Williamibeinbach, on the vest by said
Third strectl, on the routh by lot of giound
into the property of Jattlfid billiard, and on
the west byit twelve feet alley, containing
in front °nimbi &I Et., and breadth, north
and south, twenty-crit-und-a-half feet, and
in length or depth, east and west, one hun
dred and ten feet, with the appurtenances.
Late the property of Thomas billiard, de
Salo to pouna l
nob), w hen tint
mid the term
is hereby given that the Comutisltaners
of Berke county trill he iliattendeme nt their
°Mee in lteading;front April 12th to let of Mk,
1.569 next, for the Oirpeso of letting the Penn
alma Lancaster , and Popular Nem, ltridgfg
by the 'year All those who fait to avk it
thetosolvcis of this,oppr;rtunity will, Poqtircly
be oxcluded from making a corac t ict, the pre
• JACOB Sif A ItT1,1:1„
11',NI• S. YOU:Sq.
March 15th, 1869.
(-4 inr. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL to do
kT gottarikl hotimmorlt wonwq
Enquire at OM PENN STREET.
g..l l ,,Telf ) ,:ite,lPlioNo7,P 41 a) ; (1 1 htre l n I tI gf t 1 4
other niattera about the 'Oatittaltitaaent.
Apply at 74 PENN bTIt r EE,'T.
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fates
1 ft' •
TTAVE JUST REMODELED their prenll
Res, hod fitted tip a room on the Becoii(
floor for their line Reaortntont of tins
t urea, winch havo Just been recuived (roll
Now York, 111111 to which we call t h e alien
lion and c.xamination of thu public.
WE SELL LOW,
and put up all our gas tixturef3.
ALSO * I 1 IA TITUS Ara) WATER.,
\Vo keep the Granger Range on hood, and
also put op differont othor liueszes, .111
'kiwis of Itogistors for Heaters and ?lunges.
City Billiard Sal
TWT IM SALO has been Intel up In the
1 most beautifel style, fevertiless of ox
iWlltiO anti freebie. The best of Sharp's ,
tables have been procured, with everything
requisite for Ojoyinent.
GRAND Apl) MAGNIFICENT
. , .
nki. ALL Tin: LATEST rill:I STYLES
LI of Itid Ica , hat onn q traeBk'anay
Bonnet. Sidts ati,d Bonnet V trot maul Drees
Sills. The t
' ' LAItGEST VARIETY
ever opened in i"iiie city.
M• S. 0. B.,KELLER,
mar IEI4I 317.1 6 crin erect.
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0 ° >
t 4 "
Eig l i•v A
L I :19
S2O REWILHD.—TIie Virernonta Union
will pay a rea , arti of 110:1 for the ar
rest rai s ing viction of any peraan or per.
Hone a false alarm of Are within the
Waite of thoeity, of Iteallinoc.
• • JOHN A. DUCH,
Chief EnifinCoeFire Department,
nee at lo'clook in the utter.
• attendance will be given,
ettle made known by
I WILLIAM MILLARD,
Sur of the Court,
tbet 11. LiEss, Clerk.
rough the house, water, .te.
Auctioneer. (mar le-tsd
No, 742 PENN STREET,
No. 405 . PENN,STREET,"
Tj If. 1 qb.r e DMAN, Proprietor.
SEVEN *R 4CENT.
' GOLD BONDS,
LIMY YEARS '
Lake Superior & Mioissippi
River Railroad Company,.
are a. Fiwit Mortiitaxo Sinking
t'und ponds /Free al Vult I 0
rcd tlv 1,6:32,000 acres of choice lands,
tllohl oott itallof tho Compan f S or ionds lts Rolling Stock
At 95 and INTEREST.
g In currenciv NEARLY TEN FEU
CENT. INTEREST, -
HI take Covernitient9 Or other Sere.
t Lttll timrke,t price, in c:Soltttut;o tor
its. Pamphlets and hill in tortnutloo
011(19 furniskett on arplieatloo by
In person. •
.. 41 . 1 . ENicß ao
Ens AND 1)EA:11,1;:ns IN (40Y
T.SFXII.3 nvrEs, IK)IjD, key.
O,SOUTH THIRD STREET,
B. Edll 0 V A L!
MERCHANT . TAILOR
tiati Iti4MOVq(l his EAMIIIIBIIIMMt from
No2:1:11 Penn sire t, to 433 rrMl street, live
dool'a 13olow tho Farinels , National linalt,
whOre tte Witt bo happy to moot nil 111;4
friends and enotomerts,
A now and freolt.stork of Goods on bona
for the tipring Car i tnnalgn, Whiell ho
motto 11,11 to tha 11F-ST nil nt you
MIL GEORGE lIECKMAA'N,
Hits charge of thu Quttlng Department,ant
gnoti MlSwilt be guaranteed.
A, CALL 13 sOLIerTED. -
nine 8-2trd.) A. lIKKLIIN.
A NEW - WINE
-?* ' AND
(:11.1S4UST BEEN OPENED A'!' Tlll3
COIL OF EIGHTH AND PENN ST$;;
0. W. HUGHES,
For 'zmuzy searx xvitti Joe, 1114 , 310 t 0r %% Co,
JR •11 irrirli4i.
Son of Wm. 11, Rhode, under the firm of
HUGHES & RHODE.
ntilm,ye on band area vrl/1 nt ftll tlrerta
kl;01) aliipige and well selected stock - of all
brinuM tin'ti qualities of '
1311.' wrii..D WINES,
llittl), , l , DlES AND tJIN3, e:"St.`?Vt l ,t,
A lot of
Also, fine double instilled rye whisky of
dlfferont brands; also common reclined
whisky and vinegar wholesale and retail,
Demijohns tut (Mottles of 01 SIIMB. All goods
all! bo mold at prices to stilt the times.
They extend an invitation to their nu
nterous frtenda and the public generally,
and hope by strtot 'attention to nosiness,
anti courtesy to who may favor then►
with their patronage, to gala the cond.
donoqof buyers, ,IttftilLtin &
DOA RDING WAIiT.EI).—A young gent)'
iiinn Oosires bearding la a private faux
ily, ss,eor week. Address
March U-2wdl , "J," EAGLIC QFPUAL
N iACEIY 9 NIAI t OIL TRIIIMPDANT.
WILL youi PLEASE READ Tills
~ Iteadifig, • Pa.l2. 1E02.-11r. Wm. C.
Kronor Ne, 201 ' South Firth street, saYs the
iv, 31, Kronor
tote only thing which
;FillTlZlgth his broken itrin—lms lt in
;his family for Earache, Neuralgia, and
,frosted fc ) it, performing in each ease a
!wonderful y quick anti radical cure.
1 E. FOX, rropretor Of Royston° House,
certifies tlipt thr,e bottles or ho Oil cured
a strain a llorso, veining the more at
JOHN , P, as
cured him of a f
sev erooliceman fracture of y the the
The nboYe namedliersonsaris well known
in this Vicinity, and are Ilvitti.• wit»esses.
having furnisifett such amp o testimony
tit the times we advertised syl 41 the
FOUR }IOR SR' CliA R LOT,
giving those popiklar open air
I doom It unnecessary to add more dames.
The Magic idaccdon/an 041 Co. will
If any do4en vituodles combined will fur.
*lBll as many good Certificates from promi
nent citizens in the city and vicinity its
those who have been Cured by the use of
the Macedonian 01V--, call on
Comp Germ and BOglish lecturer of the
anY, stallithit; at the Keystone House
and pprobasp a bottle of the 011, or receive
Advice andtrcatinent free of charge.
Also —l3Ol by McCurdy, Ddctor
Zieglhr [Jan 13 d
Quinton Tomatoes Quinton Tomatoes
TILE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
thenitaton canned =aloes are tint
best In market. For sale by the Cfte34) Or
Can at the store of
RIIRKIIOLDEIL it MADEIRA.
THE NEW; ,
mar 8-. d
).FEE j3.1 - LL
FOR ALDERMEN AND JUSTICES OF
. THE PEACE, .
Approved February 19th, 1439,
; I For sale at the
.1121.0“ BOOK BTOBR,
612 Penn Street.
nu1r3 7 , 41 gr. q,
:UAL AND ttAUCOONS.—unit rrOblvell
Nil assortment of Al' rat, Mink, Rat And
Raccoon Traps for Aisle cheap by
Iitt•GOIYAN tt• MILDISIORK,
net 111-tf wi 612 Perin kt
F Ott BALE be sob) at Partite Sate,
the *hock of J. /101-Hiltitti , nmtivEn
1 : 1 1101' 1 w.itb apputtebakloo 4 at No. 2.53 Penn
otreeti Reading. Sold 'on account of going
into Other 01144 1 %0M Veb
NI MADE r.,1111 A
tyA , NRING 1101'4%
I,. & it tpA
U. C. BONDS .54 STOCIiS,
IIIiLVZII AND CULI!ON.
ON . 11 MY TON ANI) P1111..1
Interest paid on nil
Opta at 9 a. ,fl.
PO( et I k
BUSTIONG 4 hlltYllik
fen. 1-1.569 tl A w
B U N T,l
SPRING G001)s JUST
BEAUTIFUL NEW STy
TO ALL TA?T ES)
:A►gs vittrrantekl co giN c 51;
, 04t Pt;
:NS STILEET, it
MAN .0 BOLL
PRII 4I 4ITFIi
521 COURT STREET
(JOrqN . 11. ShAR
J-VAVE LI,II It
NO. 609 Pt,, .
LOVNit 13.RONVIVIS 0,1,0L/3 HAT Sit..
AZip SPECIAL ArrENTIO'N GITE:(
L RING WORK,
k ii :: :.. P PA
Rl?u TROUPTLY ATTISPO
r G -and
0 . A. OR
EBMSSEJI I I3
lye Gra in Warehouse,
Now romiy for
S AND 0011i3IGNOE,
irao 'Amy veip
to tor Ornin, Ac. -4
roasonAblo, Alpo, a
' FLOUR ANUS FEED, tcq
Formula wholeento and retail, at lower!'
in b 0 purchueed elscitLcro.
Enekwileat Meal, and Potatm
0 , 11c0,105 North Eighth bt.ltoeititth
READING MBE INSURAS
TRUST OOMP,'Y OF BEM COUNT
Orga mud, July, 1861. ,V.Vilab $lOO
Office, Reading insurance Building;S; 'q
19 North Fifth !vet, Soviii.E o ii
_(Joinerl of oust Street,
°PEWS MU HS FitlS SA.N.to 8 P. r ,
maze ! nits : , -,,,
J. rumour Jou irs, J ASICH itteffictor.
nanny Z. VAN RBED JACOIt SHAMA ',
3. T. tiAORBON, V. 13. firour,
JONAI3 SITALTSR, 'J. T. VALEBTIS I,
GEORON illzsys. - r
rrIIIS COMPANY,' INSURE:3M ,
kinds of property against 1059 oral ) ,
ago by tiro at rates as low as any Whew-
able Company and upon every plan We
to Stock insurance Conipanica. :
Perpetual Policies issued refill/ I %e/, 4 '
mewal and upon which tse atocue',", •
etninm paid can he reclattn«l at any 1 , -,
I Ea! a (ieduetlen. of live per cent. I te fr
v ranges of this method are whrthy el ,4
At cation of farmers and others ili r .l
air l-sines dwelling houses, brrns awl 6:it •
by )(Sings, in town or country, as behlr'
eh a tut4t anti safost. „•,,-t
I °Holes for , one s two, three, Ave or - - ,1
ye rs, or for lesto than ono year, toad !;;-
no huge mudo for Polley and enrol l ,`.
re, owed or when insurances. aro tutsi,
re( from othercompanlea.
T 0 citizens of Reading mut i l el'i l
orto depende»t mainly urn fle,
eon miles, nav I Q now the privilege 6 ) . 1 .
feet ng their iM nrancea in a hems la:
do wellorgetritz,o, w ith an a dericatoili;
in Id guaranteed capital, preserdirAti
IstrCrig a haste of security ag that
°that' company. The advantage ti , ~0 ,
brut toss (Hreetly with, the Co:1 1 11.4.
the importanc paid( eeng settle! er i . i . ;!.
r.ho largo bums f o r i ns uraaeo , .
euliftion at benne, will bu appreciated tl,-•
• 3,, ritINGLE AMES, l'retddot.
JAI 11E8 lieliglollT, vice P" de. tit
lUD' Alie°4A Secretary and WO