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—A cotemporary wants some ono to
invent rt prevention "for smoking in rail•
way sleeping cars."•
--Ssm Houston is to ho kept in his ►
grave in TUIII4 by having ',a söloo moon
went put on,top of him.
--The British private soldier is to be
herealler'allowed to let his beard grow—
kovidedlhe has aby.
---A Clergyman at Trinity Church, l N.
Y., has recently had his salary raised
from $2500 to 510,000 a year.
rho discussion of spring bonnets ha';
for the moment interferon with the wo
rnen's rights agitation.
—James IC. Polk, Jr., hos oppea - red in
Tennessee ns n proininen. better 4t rat.-
tridge shooting watches.
--The bridge tb eonnelet New York
nod Brooklyn i 3 to
. be a nospension
bridge of the long opnn of 1100 feet.
—There is a man living in Norwalk
who is worth $lOO,OOO, yet tillosysbil own
Ristrr to work in a Danbury hat Shop,
earning one dollar per day.
—Mrs. ljarriet. Wet: l 'er Stowe hos dis
covered her Florida plortation to be a
failure, and wNnt9 to. sell out,.
—A jealous wife plucking out her has
band's beard by the handful, was n!re
eenrstreet scene ►n New York.
--Seventy Tennensei . negroes are try
ing to make, the courts give them $BO,OOO,
which was left them by the - will of their
former owner in ease they went to Li•
—An eccentric man of fifty, in Brook.
lyn. Conn., recently dng his own grave,
sent for his friends to see him kill him•
self, and, leaning 'over the brink, shot
iiimself,throttgli the head, falling dead
into the grave.
cnights of St. Crispin," the
ly of slioeninlie'rs, is said to
000 tnernbere•in the United
--Tho " I
inent citizens want to serve
as Consul to Frankfort,and
the privilege of going to
I —F ifty et
—At the I artford inauguration prayer
meeting one of thq prayers was % that
Groot should givo up tobacco..-
—Tim Pnri. bones paint tjleir ears
--•A big ate mboat is to ho anchored at
N ew Y or k oli the Hudson, thi3 summer,
and furnished as a "summer boarding
---Detterted l)) , her betrOthed and about
to become a mluther, a girl named Sarah
A. Marshall Pell in 40111/111810115 rt. Bur
lington, lows last week._ Mother and
child sleep in he same gravev:A.,
--Tile Clichpealo and Ohio Canal,
baring been complptely repaired, )vas
opened for navigation on Mar t 15th.
--A little baby of rtgontletnan residing
in Alexandria , wogbitton by n M illi% u h
tho hand, while lying asleep it its cradle.
and soycrely hurt. its' cries nlnrmed its
parents; who wore in the adjoining room,
and on opening the intorvenit g door a
dog rushed into the chamber, n id spring
i`tig nt once into the cradlo eau ht the rat
and killed it.
—Senator. Doolittlo denies the report
that he is tlbout to practice law' in New
York. He returns to Wisconsity
Japan, it is said, tho persecution
of Christians by tho tioverunn'lnt con
tinues with unabated ferocity.
—There is a party f.rming n►nong the
Jews, favorable to the adoption of the
Christian Sabbath as their holy day,
ehinging in fact from the seventh to the
lirAt, or turning the first into the seventh,
just according toono's point of °Worm
—Tito trustees of the Illinois State
University have, declined to admit wo•
men fig students.
—The new Boston post•olliee is to cos
$1.872,000. Centuries will elapse befor
Congress ivill spend hall that 811111 in any
thing for Philadelphia.
—A bold thief succeeded in stealing
a 84000 horso in Now York last Sunday
—•Paris contains thirty•two Bourbon
princes and princesses anxious \for
—A up-moment to Lamartine is to be
erected in Paris,
—Winona, Minnimota, has 100,00
bushels of wheat, i❑ store.
—Wisconsin ling caught a sturgeo
ITOighing 100 pounds.
--Bx•Governor McMillin, of ;SIiBSIS
Sippi, died Atarclt lid,
—Gov'ernor Brownlow pardoned over
three hundred criminals daring the last
year of his term.
, . 1
--On the emengo and Northwe .4 tern
*Hallway, recently. a train ran ninety-one
miles in ninety minutes.
—ln n recent sermon Henry Ward
Doeeller told his congregation "the only
way to exterminate the Canada thistle is
to plant it for a crop, and propose to
make money out of it. Then worms will
gnaw it, bugs will ►site it, b ee tle s w ill
bore it, aphides will suck it, rains will
drown it, and mildew and blight will
ride it;" all of which is undeniably of
sortie° to agriculturists, and quite coin•
plimentary to the Creator of all that
gr - ows for the use of man.
-- 7 -A: tamed raven, by giving a timely
recently prevbnted the burning of
the t iwn of Pont Anthon, France,
— . Kentucky has a"stern patient," who
keeps his daughter chained to a log, in
order to prevent her marrying contrary
to his wishes.
,tiro (limning the flues.
tion: Who are the most criminal, the
Democratic minority who seceded from
the Indiana 'Legislature to prevent the
ratification of the Fnteenth Amendment.
or the Republican minority who seceded
from the Oregon Legislature to prevent
the withdrawal of the ratification of the
—Alexander Dumas had to 'l eave
Paris to escape .
his creditors. At la-t ac•
counts ho was nt Havre; and had issued
the - following manifesto on -the dead
walls: "Men of Haile! the author of
Monte Cristo 13 3111911 g -4 , 0 u. Conk and
see him l" And there he sells his auto•
graph for a trifle ? td ruiso furids. •
the Faily Eagle
Having ample faeilitioslund good
workmen they are enabled to exe
cute every variety of jn de-
AND BUSINESS MEN,
SUO II AB
13111 s of 'Fare,
Wq aro confident th, ~ t ,'nli worm
entrusted to us will be dOno satis
factorily to the custorao • both as to
style and price.
. by express Wi
be promptly oxcoutod, Iddrofis
RITTER 8d To.
DAILY Ii.AGLII AND
GAZI4 I ,TTE OFFICE
542 Penn Street, Reading, Pa.
ritn,o 25, 1110 P,
THE CRY Is STII4
THE RUSH CONTINUES FOR
BOOTS AND SHOES.
N. T. GEHO,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
653 Penn Si):eet, Reading, Pa.
Ulf AS CONSTANiTIN ON lIAND TITI'
1 1 FINEST assoreiraent 'of Fine nml - Ilene
aloes and Shoes la this city, also Ladie'
a n d Children's Shoes of all kinds. See list of
Ityles anti prices:
Mon's calf boots, home math) 83
H kip ? " it to ' 3
Iley's "‘V " II 46 2
Youth's ' " it, a 1
IV omen's kip lace beets, 1
:kliAseS' 1 ts II
11cti , 8 Aret le,
" Plain Unite,,
Woments " “ - 1
cli It tiron,n
NEW' MEAT MARKET
unders'gned baring opened new
I MEAT STORE .under Library Hall;
corner of Fifth and Franklin streets,
gpeet fully solicit a share of public patrOu.
ace. Always on hand n full supply of ail
kinds of Meat, Santiago, Scrapple, &c.;
%to., at reasogabre prices. All orders
prnmptlY tilled, uud customers served
Removal of the "T u emplo,of Fashion." ,
A , N, D OPENING OF SPRING
Fashions, Monday, March, 1, MA For
the belle» convenioneo of her patrons, Mrs.
M. A, BINDER has removed her
DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PAPER PAT
to the N. W. Corner of ELEVENTH and
CI I ESTNUT streets, Philadelphia. - '
1408.4 and Cloak Making.vlres4en made
to fit with ease and elegance. Thu finest as
sortment of ',wiles' Dress and Cloak Trill-
MI tip in the ally, at the lowest prices. Or
ders executed at short notice. Embrolil,
()ries, Ild'kfs, Dives, Ribbons, Bridal Veils
and ‘Vresths, Fine' Jewelry and Fancy
GOODS, Pinking and ()offering. Cutting
anti titling. A pet feet system of Dress
Cuffing taught. Price $02 50, with Chart.
Pattorns sent hy Mall or Express to all
parts of the Union. Do not forgot our now
location, N. W. corner ELEVENTH and
CII ESTN UT STREETS ) Philadelphia. .
teat 0-Sair( . .
pii I LIP EMIL E, STE WA RD 4 - IN
t iecount wit ti Direetoni of tho POOT
ixn(l Muse of Boaployomit, for tho county
of Xerks i for the year itleA,
' EXPENDITURES. •
Cash paid sundry pet sons for eon- .
voying paupers to the Poor
House during tito year . In 80
Sending away priuni.ts during the '
year, per Joseph M milord
Sending away patiperit (luting the
year, 15or Steward '
Erponscs on bitsiness, per Jacob
Conrad and el wk. , •
grponges on bus i ness , per Philip
Ettgle•tid clerk '. ,
Expenses on busbiess ! per Joseph
Expenses on business, per Elias
Gratuity tti pitipere during the
Postage, .borditre and revenue
stamps during the year
pavid li elfor, labor on farm, In fall
to April Is', 1864 .
William Haffert, hiboation farm, In
full to April Ist, 1688
iteuben Siohn labor on farm, in
It'll to April
i lst, jAki i
D. F. Moon, la or on farm, in filil
to April 'lst, 181 J
Sionnol P. Molep, carpenter work,
In full to Aril set, 181,3 Moses Bickel,bettor, in full to
April Ist, IS , ;, Y
Silas W. Flshe , extra relief for
Jacob Peirma i • '
William bliult4wheetwrlght work
Abraham Fry, porter In Hospital,
on account 1 ? , ,
Richai 41 Richw Ontearpenter work
lien ry De fmnir, tabor on farm
et:: ilisio,ploa aim Resoling ,
freight on cos , .to.,
Iteution , segars
Samuel DOlllOlO Ver, SatitilOry
Elias Frit z,house rent font. biotin,
In foil to forll Ist, 1868
vetolois Rolandhats and feathers
Jolla Rottm j
an, t ilor ‘vork
John Weitzel, ,epalrlag artificial 1
leg for a pauper
Expenses. (Mu/May's foes, ,I te.,)
collecting IlarriOt Di Ilzues pen.
iturkholdor it Maddraigroceries
IVashington Richards, Alderman,
, professional survived
John Tobias, freight and d =peg°
Nelson Dickerson, shad
!tear, tiro, it Co., coal
Jiasob Conrad, buggy
Vlrociors of the Poor of Schuylkill
CO., for inahl'aining paupers be
longing to lierks Co. 1
Christian) Mast, boar.. .
Samuel Stetter, dry goorls . i
Lit, A. Dotweller, potatoes
Nicholas Moser, nutk big post fond)
Elias °hold, spittoons
Georg() F. Winters, oil •
Albert St rat labor on farm
Michael Weiginknecht, castrating
Si mon Alituit_bricics ,)1
Daniel Shrooder, bricks
Albright's Express, dxpre'ssago o
Charles litllogass, 25 hogs
blzzio Eagle, tnaid servant; on no.
Sarah Burkhart, maid servant, on
Elizabeth Hoy, cook in basement,
Susan illoeh,laundress,on account
Helms it tierioun; bruslies
John 4. Slate, shoos .
Park File & Co', notions
Frederick Lauer, beer
Conrad Krebs, reputing buggy,
t ruck wagon, ,te,.
u. Deo nor, repairing mowing ma
John MI ICsiiglit, hartwaro
A. W. Pottelgor, potatoes
Henry Crone°, notions
filockloy Almehonso, maintaining
paupers belonging to ilorlcs Co,
Joseph Fisher, tailor work
• McGowan & Millimore, hardWaro
• acne Wallach, 1 bull
N. Bios:man, pots
it. 11. !lawmaker, cutting files
Sainnel Ziemer, coillit for Mrs.
tED TO DO
It EC E L ['TS.
Gal. duo county January Ist, 18G8
Moses S. Bickel, sundries
Will lam 'WINN, do I
Frederick Sell utter, do 1
Junil,3 Eqlsert, indent um
-;ituitiel Itandeh, do
William Heffner, do -
Immt 111,11 Se elolol, 110
Athol tS. (,Goldin, do
Charles H. Boyer, do
Gould el .t if 111 egass, G steers
Fill II It Iln Itothenberger, inden
tivorL 4 e F. W Inters, hides and tal
—tunnel F. ?Sohn, 1 load hay
Joshua Len), indenture
8 onuel Harrison, do
William kihult z, castor oil
Joint Neltlmunner, old iron and
elot Neithammer, hay .
Mutts Griner, seed ()Mims
lienjamin Carl, maintaining Wil
joint It. Edelman, slush fat /
l enry I'. Mengel, 2 indentures Jacob Conrad, 3 old WWI'S
' Jacob 00111 MI, one-hiOnio wagon
ttash found on Richard St reicher
if e sinie of Jacob Heller, for coffin
I and funeral expenses
IL Shearer, Esq., Harriet Diaz
I echtel . I k, ilillegass, tit s'leep,
%. 8, fl.her, semi onions
;i osCs Yocum, indent arc
Hold to drover, 3 head Cattle
Found on Elizabeth Folk
Silas W. FiAier, i (diet r r anded for
A. IV.lt'ot teiger, sned 01110(18
Bantu Li Welt Zel. (!k llO 'S
Com nvm wealt b es, Henry Lash and
Sevcrine Teutel, penalty for sell.
ing liquor on Sundays, reeetved
from Alderman Cleaver, per Jo.
soph Mulluird (one Went:a each)
\trillium Bernhart, Esq., as fines
from sundry persons for drunk
en n e ss' and profanity, per Joseph
50 to +7 00
CO " 37h
00 " 2.7 h
GO " 225
25 " 175
00 " 275
POOR HOUSE ACCOUNT.
11. It. & A. S. Boyer, notions
F. B. ',Rocks, professional services
in t ho use° of the Commonwealth
Melinda Dio N l vs. Edward Ilum
W. U. Gearhart, protessionaL ser
vices In the case of trio Cotmn on
wealth Mal hula Mehl vs Edward
!WIN Es gl o, seed wheat and rye
4ohn It Ichards,vel orinitry services
raymn tIJ U.., willow. tutt Ns
David Voting, notions
haute' Kurtz, seed wheat and ryo
n. S. ilickley, wharfage
onratt Selmer, 1 ye
. . Davis, flat stout)
V. G. Von Nelda, belting.
ilunJninin Engler, shoes
it tter A Co., stationery
. M. Souders, confectionery
‘ CI ti
es » 3 3 I
: cas e otci
( 3 4 , Li gio
C h ristian Schick, bat. of Christi.
nna flerberger , 6 money
Hot henherger, g - 1111
Vilif am Van Buskirk, hops
Edelman &Son, fullingand dyeing
li. V. Yoder, whiskey
Cotton wriest°, •
Sundry dry goods
Hai. duo county January Ist, 18a
'fuer Kean, maintaining - Susan
Daniel Rlnglcr, Maintaining self
James Eekert,onnualug luau/1111re
Nichoo4 Moser, hay
Kerper Co„ tildes
Itichni - ds Marks, hay
Schuylkill county Alms (louse, for
maintenance of paupers belong
ing to Schuylkill Co.
James Faust, Sethi potatoes
John A. Myatt, indenture
Samuel Wei C.:, flour barrels
Elias °bold, poi itoei
ll'ernhat t G Koch, hay
Frederick Koch, annulling Indult.
Michael Weightitnecht, hay
J. Glancy Jones, Estate of John
Philips and costs, per. Joseph
Joseph Mrithard, proceeds of sale
of Mrs. Wisand's furniture
Moot:ley Alms Hous.conaintidnlng
paupers belonging to 1 , 111111,
Jacob Conrad, cancelling inden
John O'Connor, maintaining his
James ?Jitter, Indent ore
nous Unger, do. ,
found on Henry Bechtel
c mum Bernhart Nicholas, pen
ally forsellingllquor on Sunday,
received from A IdONllll,tl
Cksh found on Elizabeth Shaffer
I.iwi Schlott, straw
Jelm sch woyer, maintaining his
daughter, Sarah Schwoyer
John W. Goodhart, annulling In
, denture •
Henry tiotrirt, slush fat
Mary A. Loran, maintaining
I)abli fnunil on ;Agnes Wagner 9
Thane &Wert, ruslutenunCe of
George Itetineel • , 414
EdWard Itumbert; per Joseph
?duthard,for lot-Ideation and bao.
tartly, with Mallnda Diehl, an in
mate of the Aims Blouse
tzra Z. Orlesetper, trustee, main
tattling Sally - Gill
Eddiuger, annulling In
John and Aintnon Prossmanonairs
' taint ng Dorothy lirossman
Directors of Poor of LaneasterCo.,
maintaining lialinda Rapp I 13 157
John Myers,malutaining his father bOOO
Henry Myers, do ,do• MI 00
Cash found on Christian Zenehon
lasso S, Yost, slush fat 13 00
Yenous Unger, annulling inden
Henry DeLong, 1 bbl, flour
liatunel Welt zel, lard
George Hemp, old iron'
Michael Welt zel, indenture
sundry persons; flowers
inmates in the Moose.
Slumber of inmates in the House
flan nry,lst , 347
Admitted during thq year
horn ad do
I)lBeliarged during the year
Indentured 416 do ,
Died during, the year, including four
corpses received for interment
Number of tonles•ln House Janu
ary let, 18419
ties and Ctgor.
White mato adults
Colored do do
11',1ilte female adults
Colored do do
White male children
Co'orod do do
White female childron
Colorcd do do
Total numb° `of ine4l» furnished to
"goers" and " inners" the year,
Deaths in the I owe (luring the year MS.
Jan, NJ, John abois, consumption, aged
Jan. 20, John Drufner i oonsuinpt ion, aged
Jan. 31, ChriStlanna Ilorberger, dropsy,
aged 84 years.
Fob. 13, James .I.eatherford, billions fever,
aged 45 yours,
Feb. hi, Ellen Yore Elsonbels, erysipelas,
aged 2 months and 4 day».
Natoli 2, Christian zler, apople7,aged
- March 7, Rosa Tobias, consumption, aged
23 yea; ».
ES S 7
April ~i 4 Rachel Beagnor, hydra thoax,
aged 26 years.
April 15, William IL Cleaver, debility,
aged 1 year and 5 months.
Aprill7,ldagdalena Miller, consumption,
aged 57 years.
April 2; Unkyow , brought a corpse, age
April 28, Eliza') th lit, 6risumption,
aged 75 years.
April 80, Abrithatr Lon r i maniapotu,aged
April 30, Edward isishe
May 6, Is:tint() Ileyner,
years, 5 months am 5 (la
May 18, Manila i MB
aged 66 s , ears.
May 31, Edward Buchoc
52 yea rs...x
Juno 2' Thomas And
syphilis:ited 69 yours. '.
J une ii, slim 'Cline, f i r
J uly 2, aeob Bohn, drop ,
July 6, usan Urea'', p
July 11, .'ntlierine Blank
aged 87 years,
Jul% lii, Charles Evans, 1)
age unknown. - 1
July 19, Henry Bechtel, c ,
676 V 3
G 5 00
8 ( )
C 2 52
July V, Ifranola Frank, s
July 3, Samuel Bronainge
Lltneastoroad July tall, 186 . -
Aug. 6, 'hylBtlanna• Hurt lob, diarrlicon
%ell 76 ye re.
Aug. 18, Motor Herman, al trrlicon, act 81
Aug. '27, Charles 11. Humbert, dlarrlues,
" Ili!' 4 1 . I N,TA i n T. 1 . d ir 5 “. " .. t 1 5 , 1..,..., if v,, „ , 4 1 1 9
'Sept. 11, chrlst lan SehreiTur, paralysis,
aged e 9 yeat's.
8014. '23, Jacob Hoy, dlarrlmit, aged 11
Helm 25, /Villiam It. Prletily, ttisanity,
tt,, ,, 1'(1 SS yi.tirs. 1 p
Ott, 5, Jolla Peter Ort It, dropsy, aged fil
Oct,. 10, Christian Zenchon, r
aged 70 yottys. ,
, r ,..
-0.t.5, ljiairiCs Hare, constptiouged
42 years.. \
Nov. 11, Henry Wise, consumption, aged
77 years. \
Dee. 2, Angeline Kline, apoplexy, aged 26
Deo. 17, Matilda Youlig, syphilis, aged 3$
Dee. 21, Isaac Milton Shea, not known.
Me. 26, Abel High, brought a corpse, ago
'Clothing ntode (ma distributam the House.
478 parrs pantaloons, 04 roundabouts, 168
vests, 407_ largo shirts, 108 sznall shirts, 62
neck-ties, 221 pocket-handkerchiefs, 144
large frocks, 17/1 largo chemises, 146 large
petticoats, 251 largo aprons, 107 small
aprons, 119 women's sacks, 27 pairs women's
drawers, 13 lunatic, gowns, 181' pairs 'large
stoeld,pgs, r 4 pads large.footed stockings,
46 parrs zqoall stockings, 40 pairs small.
foot NI stockings, 108 pairs shoes, 27 hornets,
10 women's caps. '
.W(1(111.111(1(14' clothing bought and (Itsiributed.
29 coats, 51 pairs Lettztaloons_, 48 vests, 181
hats and cats. 851 pairs shoes, 30 pairs boots,
38 pairs woollen mittens, 80 pairs buakekin
mitten's, 12 woollen roundabouts 24 Woolen blankets,
blankets, 192, pairs hose and halehose,
Produce rats« 4 on Arm.
111 loads hay (first mop), 14 loads (second
orop), 1377 bushels wheat, 116 bushels rye,
917 bushels oats, 3too hu hels shelled corn,
1911 bushels _potatoes. 2686 heads cabbage,
1329 squashes, 185 bushels green beans, 14
bushels soup beans, 381)1194_01s peas,oo bush.
ols phrsnips, 125 bushels onions 180 bushels
turnips, 86 bushels red.beets, Eti bushels to
matoes, 575 stalks calory, 15,713 eueumbers,
371 loads maituro, 386 lbs. wool, 020 lbs. hard
soap, 139 barrels soft soup,
(Aline and //0./.3 Ida Ughtersd.
, 37 02
3 t ,il
53,140 Th 9. beef 17,17 i 11,;Iiilirk , 771 TDB. veal.
JOSEPH M UTII Alt D,
811. AS W. P18111.:1 , i Directors.
' DANIEL IL LORA 1,
Attest : W. 11. letenEa, C eric.
mar 20. 4tw ,
5- 9 411
FREDERICK W. LAVER;
tbrntr Fit:Rh if, Washington etrSete, Reading. Po.
Sole Agent for Berke and Lebanon eountle3,
for the celebrated
SAMPSON SCALE COMPANY.I
The roost reliable end durable Scales a . or
pkeed before the public.
Call and see them before purchasing else
Superior inducements offered to buyers. •
A lot of seconthhand
on band and for sale cheap. ,I sort 4•d
14 1 7 4
SOUTH SIXTH STILEET,
3 4 '4'5 .
ft. Charges moderate.
A. S. ESTEULY, Proprietor.
ang 8 d'
R EMOVAL! REMOVAL!!
Has been removed from the Keystone Build
iris tL, the now and elegant etore, _
NO. 437 PENN STREET,
Whore customers will find a Tory large stack of
the best and purest c
WINES, BEANDIES, WHISKIES,
&e., over gtfored to the public of Reading. AU
rho proof of tho above that Is required is
Oink. A s h are of pattonage in nolieltecl. •
Jal. l TOD/ 4 8 BARTO.
syphilis, ago 40
yadptery t aged 2
or, syphilis, agod
nsanity, aged '.'ls
aged 78 years.
•alysis, aged 4
Ilcpsy, agog 15
ph1116, - age4 61
a,found 'on tho
FRO V NEW, YORK !
No. 51SIVEINN STREET, lINADIIING4
1869 SPRING. 1869
PLAIN\DEESS GOO' . ' -
MIXED, DRESS OD DS. _
STRIPED DRESS 0 (ITS.
PLAID DRESS OOCDS.
wintrEl, GO DS.
PINE SI'II~i( SH WLS.
Wo talto pleasure in offorq% to the
. T4DE GltA'l 4 -BARGAINS
In a latgo lot - of Now Cassltuores for
Boys' we ar. )
B. H. BROWN.
No.. 51 PENN yrucur READING.
UDI T 0 It' S NOTICE. -TE
undernigned Auditor i appointed by the
Orphans , Court of Barks county, to audit
the account of Ignatius Shade, Administra
tor attic Estate of Anthony Shade; Into of
the City of Itcadinge , lecoased, and make
distribution of thu ba Ince in the hands of
said Administrator, °ruby gives notice
that ho will attend to le dupes of ,his tip.
point wont, eh Tuesil -. " ISM, at 1
o'clock P." 151., at his oft ca .th Sixth
Street. t F. B. I Alter.
beg leave to
are; prepared to of
Lion, our usual atisortm_
tons st ni of the Nrwcat aluipts In Straw,
i tup Bororrs, Rm.; Velvois,
Silk Good , Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers,
Ruches, Crapes, Illends,Draids,Ornaments,
Re., Re. 'We shall be happy to wait on you
at your \ store or 1 eeeive yourorder. Pricea
low for cash. . Yours Re., it. WARD,
Nos. 103, lob and 107 N. Eieeotul St., Flillad , a,
ESTATE OF GEORGE HUM
MEL, Int+ of Greenwich township,
'Jerks county, ( eceaged.—Letter Testameg e
tary to the estate of the above-mimed diF•
eedent have been granted to the subserl,'
her, residing in said township. Notice is
hereby given, pat all persons indebtPd to'
said estate are requested to make lin mod,.
ate payment, and those having chit ins will
present them, prupofly authenticated, for
settlement. •• • ISAAC 11(17i1
fob 27-6tW I Executor.
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1 CONYBEARE It HOWSON'S .
"LIFE AND EPIOLES OP St. PAUI.,!)
With an introductiod by Rev. JAmee l Me-
Leem A-41.14 X/ -- • .O 1)..1_
tOICCOIIego, WlMOvas personally ate lit;
Innately acquainted with- the authors.
Bettutifully illustrated with EngraVinge
and Maps, printed from now plates, with
Unabridgui Text, and ilnglish notes ; com•
Ole tfl One Vultane of 1000 pages. Iliglily
recommended by tiro most mmuinent di
vines of all"denominut lone, and sold only
by subscription et the low price of 53.50. It
tact the !mist ropulur and !saleable ,
Edition published. -
Atilt - TAKE NOTIOE.—As our Lila', al Terms
survrtse the4reader, we Weise him to send
at once tor Circulars.
Address the Publishers,
t INS &
niftr,c-3twl 100 Broad 8., Newark .J.
SEED B O A S.
rB".I4IIARTA. D KOpii
have received direct, from the kilest
5,000 bushels WHITE liE ANY OATO, w lull
ing from 3I to Ell, pounds, to which: till in-
Vito the particular attention of Faru ers.
Also, will take in exchange light oats for
seed oats. 1 BERN:HAUT ,et KQUiii
mar 0-atm* cm% Eighth and Coltyebts.
lIIIENRIe BOWER, Chemist,
DUDS FROM, ,
Super-piosphate of Limo, Ammonia a I
IVARIIANTED WHIM 1 , 11011 ADULT/LRAM
This Manure contains all the elemerttsYto
pruduco large crops of all kinds, and Is
highly recommended by all who use :it,
also by distinguished chemists who /1140;-,
by analysis, 1010,0,10 qualities.
Pnctiod in Bap Of 200 lbs. each. •
And by dealers generally throughout the
DI ON, SUARPLE4B dr; CO.,
South Water and 10 South Delauvre Avenue
son BAGS By
South Street, Baiiimore, lila.
An by dealers generally throughout the
eon 1. ry,
F r information, Address Henry Bower s .
Phlianelphia, [war 13-lyw
RHODES SUPER PHOSPITATE I
THE STANDARD MANURE.
P '1 TS & KLETT
`CAMDEN,. New Jersey.
The attention of Farmers is especially
called to the,
RHODES SUPER PHOSPHAT E,
es the most valuable and reliable manure
for wheat and grass, as well as for ()tiler
crops, as attested by an experience °Olt
This long established.and standard ma.
mire isilrepared expressly for DRILLING
and particular care is taken to maintain
the high reputation it has obtained.
We are prepared to furnish the RHODES
t,UP+EIt PHOSPHATE in bbls. or in bags of
200 Ihs. as may bo desired. '
tar For sale by dealers, and by
YARNALL & 'TRIMBLE ,
418 South iliarrea, 410. Penn Street,
• PIII LADEL PIMA,
RESTATE• OF DAVID nor.-
LEN'ilkOil, late of the city of Read.
ing cleceased,—Lettehl of administration
to the estate of the above named. decedent
have been granted to the undersigned,
resitting in sale city. Notice is hereby
given, that all persons indebted to raid
estate are requested to make Untried!,
ate paytnent, and those baying claims will
present s them, properly puthenttnatrd. tor
settlement., J. lIAGENNAN,
ilebl74l6wi • • = 444ralnistrittor,
LUBER F LUMBER !
Wholesalo and Be
nd tri s l
at Dealoran; in all
CORNER OUOURTH & SPRUCE ST.,
TUN FIRST LUMIJIIR YARD ON
FOURTH STREET, /LIMO W
l i vE HAVE CONSTANTLY, ON
hand a largego assoriment of
White Pine and Heinlook,
:Boards and Plank,
white rino and Hewlook anti Yellow Pino
r thlte Pine and Hemlock Framing Timber
Oats and Scantling of all lengths and altos
lifiohigan Panol Lumber.
1 Poplar, Oak, Ash, Walnut and Cherry.
§awed, ShaVett and Cypress SHINGLES
Roofing and' Plasterl( LSTIIS ; Posts,
Halls and Pickets of alllengths, whluh uu
sell at the lowest smoke! prices.
)-We are also prepared to futinish all
Inds of Lumber by the 'car load at Wil•
liamsport prices t with, freight Included,
nd respectfully invite Farmers and Unit-
I ers to call and examine our stock beforti-i
nrehaslng elsewhere. 1
A. b. BOAS. O. W. HAUDENBUSIL
Fob B. la6z-tf w
A. H. LIGHT, M. D.,
eiflradtsatq Of the
I. Unir ratty of rentan. ,
Inform l tl j t D o pu ‘ b t lie ' flut a t e l l te l l tl ins ;tn . -
tthased tont tttken yOssesslon of the
(formo;ly kopt by Louis Wyetbi)
Nrth-east Corner Fifth and Penn at.,
BEADING, . ( PA.,
tore will be found constantly on band
a lull anti frosty assortinent of
\ MUGS AND MEDICINES
l'ho undersigned has already raplenish d
awl largely increased his Stock wil h spa
clnl ruterouco to the wants °Pour commit.
silty. Of Patent Medicines bo i ls daily ro
aring. A large suppv i also, of English
a d ilrenell Soaps, lluffalo 'black Hair
11 ,tishos, Hard litibger COiltbs, 't ooth,.
Btuslieg, 1 '
t / I 1
' 11 RF U 111 E _lt Y ,
ported and of American distillation, I'
lades and Toilet Soaps. Besides these
rtioles will also be found on build DI:
'TUF, PAINTS, TIMPEN TINE , tIEAS ,
o. Av. I k . '
4 , - Physician's Proscriptions earofull
A share ofipublio Patronage is refpetit
ft lly sotieltad. English and German si).
k in. ,
_pni A. 11. MGM'.
D ug Store F l ntranoo, No.l North Filth st„
, pill 25-ly I Iv) ' Reading, Pa. '
T E RS.
nd ngroottblo TONIC STIAIU
11ACIIIC and CAB:MINA.-
actod entirely from
111 It B
i --1 ~
bonotleial in 'I
I l I)Y,SPEPSfA, •
Ali Loss of Appetite;
a (1 an expellent CORRECTIVE for
po'rsos suffering from Disorders of the
Bowol , Flatulence, ctre.
134320.1 y w]
J. K. TAYLOR tit CO.
gCOTT V, UNDRY AND MA - -
K./CHINE SllrP.—North Eighth
Reading. All kinds of maeltlnatir and
other castings ! lttsehine work by exi
.nced rotteltln sts. ;Pattern work by the
best Pattern Makers. Orders 4 ,,promptly
tilled, on reasonable terms.
SEYFERT & CO.
TONIC OR BITTEIB
TS THE Is t lOST SUCQSSFUL
A. MEDICINE-yet discovered for the euro
'of Consumption Dyspepsia Liver Cora.
daint, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
.I'llroat, Breast and Lung. s. It Is maden
tirely of Roots and Herbs, and one ho tie
ill convince all who will give it trial.
Prepared and for sale by i
, JONATHAN' HEISLER & CO,
-4 43Chuylkill Eleven, Pa,
Also for sale by Dr. A: if. LIGHT, North
tont corner Filth and Penn streets, Read
') g ; Dr. J. M. HOFFMAN; No. 403 Penn
,Reading, and Mr. !AMUR, Shoe,
akersville, Berlcs county.
July 4, IS6P-15 , w.
STATE OF CHRISTIAN
/124 DECKER, late of Marlon township,
Rorke comity deed. Letters Testamentary
o the estate of the above named decedent
having been granted to the undersigned,
notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to said estate- , are requested
te make. immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them, proper
ly authenticated, for settlement. ,
IV ILLIAId DECKER,Tulpehoccon,
DAVID DECKER, Marion,
fob 13-ptwol Executors.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.—IN TIIE
XI matter of the Account ot Sarah Hert.
Samuel Hertz and Daniel Hummel. Adinin-
Istrators of Samuel Hertz, lato of 'heck
nook township, !Jerks county, deceased,
The undersigned, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Berke county account.. re
state and re -settle the above and
make distribution of the halance in the
hands of said AdministratorsdierchY gives
notice, that lie will attend to the duties of
his appointment , at his office, No. 20 North
Itixth strei in the city of Heading, on
Mat,ott With. 1069, at I °Meek P. M.
• 11,ENSY M. SKIM, Auditor.
ARRIVAL AND DEP
BTAGEB AND T LYRE 4
RBAMSTOWN MAIL AND \TvLiEI.
Extended to Union Stati.su—L'„, , I ,INI,
at Ba. in.. tri-greekly Tuesday ih 4 7.p li lt
Satur day. Returns game ds;g and i t ', 4 , l ':I
7 1?-' 0
13 1 t ° servesn ru , Otohneg following
r." 0,-wii il no f An rne2,4.,.-1,4-;:'
BOX ERTOW N MAIL AND STAqt
Leaves BoYerlown at t; o'clocs, k -
rives at Reading at 10 o'clock S. is. il,' ks
leaves tending at 2li p. tn. A r th ts tn .! ,
erlowu at 7p.m. It bettCti , toners 11
flehlville, Oreghville, Yellow Rom e , t',./ti•
and Boyers' own.
BERNVILLE MAIL AND STAGE ti N .
Leaves Bethel at S o'clock, k tl ' +
at' hemline at 10 o'clock. a. In. ate,
leaves leaves Reading at 2 o'clock, p,
Millersburg att) P. tn. I,t- rerres ITA".‘
T „ me nem, pernville. Iscbterebu rc t t !'4
I l ulpeboccon and lleigters Mills. I k
BLUE BALL MAIL AND STAOP Mt'
Leaves Reading on Mondliy Wederhltve
Friday at 8 o'clock,a. m. Iteturni 4 , i t
Blue 11411 oiTuesday, Tburgday lec, sit ,,t_tA
arriving at Reading at 411. o'clock, 1 ,. : ';'.i
fUPPlife Mobn'a Store, 'Knauer's, f,, it
grille. Muddy Creek, Terre Hill. Wcat ~1 .) .
and Blue Ball. Ail,.
PIQUA MAIL AND STAGY: I.INI
Liages Reading on m en ,h ) . , ‘1 . 61t,
An d F r id a y at 7 o'clock, a. m. A su ;,;
Rending on Tuesday, 'lf hursday ani : A : t
at 5 O'clock, p. nr. It supplies Mt. Urea, 0'
ergrille, Joanna Furnace, 3 1orFanio e , . i ..Z
villa; Honey Brooke s Cambridge ab i 1,-.
Hermitage. • •••ty
LOBAOHBVILLE STAGE AND NIAII.LIti
Leaves Lobaehavillo on Tuesday, Thu,
Reading' at. 2) o'clock. p. tn. Arriv e ' n i ,
baoheville at o o'clock. p. in. It server ibi l
READING TO COLUMBIA '
L i:t ai l3ylabyh R a i lroad—Learn s i le : i f 1 mArriresa ti°ai;l 1 ile t:: 1 ;:: .
lteinholdgSttti o SOSo}ttrtNi ll :l :
silverBpr nh e i , t c tnllLa ii:
v 11' ESTUII ESTE It TO li 1ItI) s n 0 R I)
T r i . . we 'Ay by —tage—LeaveA Woo,
on Monday . IVednostlay and PridaY iti'i':7'
Arrives a tDirdaboro at 7 p, p i . R eturt t'
leaves 111 debar° on Tuesday , '1 tll ) b it :
Saturday t 7 a. m. Supptio.G e i gies ~ , , r,l
Ditto Hock Loag'a. Wallace, Unehlaal.-1"!
vllle and Vest Wbiteland,
ItEADING TO 11011ESON
somilkly by Stage—Leave,' It el ,li t
Tulte ad esday a d iaturdn at 7:30 a. ta. a t a v •11
r , lO at 11 a. m.
), ' REAM() TO nosr
Seml-we Itly by Stage—Leaves gel,y
Tuektay awl Saturday at 11::10 a In. A „.„. 1
at Reading at :9:30 rt. in. Savoi e: , A l 'iL . '
Tavern, Lower 11 eidel berg, North Ileikieltel
Krlele's Mina and Host.
~BESPORT TO NORA
Trt-vrookl by Stago—Leaves Leesport T vt
day. Mud y and Saturday at, 12 ni„Arni:i
at Leesport a 3 p. in. Supplies South RTEJ
villa:und Me Ileum
COXT 11 7 11 TO VIROINSVIja
Tri-rre i nklyby Shire—Leaver Caxto n 7,„.
day. TharsdaY and SatardaY at 9 n. tn. Att:r . tr
nt Coxtown pt 4 p. m. Supplica
Mosolarn ands Virginsville.
REIIIIVAISBURO TO STOUCIISEURG
Tri-weokly by Stage—Leave.; llehrer.l6l
Tuesiay, Thursday and Saturday at 11 at,
Arrives at IVoltrorsburg at 6 p. tn. Sin ti m
WintErsvilta and Host. jan Ig,l
rroViona to removing into our New Mon,
NO. , 1124 CHESTNUT ST,,
ABOUT MAR CIE 1, MD)
WO wlll closo out our jarko - stock of
PLATED AND 81LV ER ITARM,
AT REDUCED PRICES,
Person 9 desiring to purolinge for ar
Holiday Senson Will flutt It to theitprtit. , l.
fay° to oxituiluo our stock.
CLARK & BIDDLE
assufcedsors to Thomas C. Garrett,
No. 712 CHESTNUT STREET, PHIlb
may W-lyw _
INITIAL ENVELOPES'AND INITI
TER PAPER4S CENTS' A IM,
INITIAL ENVELOPES AN)) INITL
TER PAPER, 45 CENT: atilt,
INITIAL ENVELOPES AND 1N1414
TER PAPER, 43 CENTS A BOX:
FOLEY'S BEST GOLD PENS AND
ERB AT tlmo.
FOLEY'S BEST GOLD PENS AND
ERB AT OA. •
FOLEY'S BEST GOLD PENS AND liOn.
ERs AT SIM.
FOLEY'S BEST GOLD PENS AND PAD
ERB AT SM.
BOLD AT EAGLE BOOK STORM
BOLD AT DAMLE BOOK STORE
SOLD AT BAOLE BOAK STORE
NO. 542 PENN STREET.
NO. 512 PENN MEET
NO. 5t2 PENN $ MEET
HATS,- CAPS ANP FURS,,
F \B . O A S
No. 460 Penn Str'eet, next door to the Na'
tional Union Bank,
Hu on hand the mo t complete assortmept
of the latest styles
Hats apa aM Fill, op
Evir offered for sale In Reading.
LADIES' FURS 'IN IGREAT $
WILL BE_ tioi,D (MEAT.
A L, S 0 I
11UFFALO itOBER,Ar .
All of which will bo,sold at tho very louoit
eost prices, WHOLESALE ANTI RgTAII,.
The best quality c f live GEESE YEA'ill•
EltS on bend, to vi etch the attention 61
housekeepers is respectfully invited wall
and examine. No trouble to show oleic
The himiteetepilee paid forlif 'okra t, id n
and Fox Skins. F. 0, 800.
• No, 45Q Penn Street, Iteadlnk
140300 BUNDLES OF
Rye Straw, fir whieb OF
htgooat market prleo wil l be paid. At th °
'west Beading Machine arid Boiler
'by SIBI.LBRT & KttiSEY.
Corner Second said Chestnut street 116 s,
April 264fwj • iteadbit
FANCY , U001)8,
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