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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
Gbant'b - CAftSRR.—Tho Council Bluffs (Iowa) Dcnwcrat of July 20 copies on/article from the Express ou tho cause of Grant's retirement from the army when a lieutenant, and commentsonStob follows: ¦ . i Our coritompornry, if we hnvo been truly informed by one who know tho circitm-8tanccea intimately well, has not,stated cortoctly and ehtirely tho manner in which Lieutenant (no. w General) Grant camo to leave the armyjnrid go into thb pawnbrokerage business ai, ' St. Louis, under tho firm- of "Boggs^Griirit.":.4 ' • •• ' .- ¦: * ' ¦ We are assured by a leading citizen and politician of tho Northwest, who know . Grant in tho (lays of his ; lioutenancy,. that, oftor frequentlybocoraingboastlyintoxicated to tho neglcdt of his duties, a^id "for conduct linbecoming an ofilcer and a jgentlomnn," he was commanded by Colonel Buchanan, his superior officer, to writo out his resignation a|nd deposit tbo same with him, conditioned, Verbally, that it should not be sent to Washington until lie...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
flBBAJ^.BJppinjfti HX&H&U Wareroom, corner liftli and WwMngtoa 1 Btreeta^ . - > -/ : .v •_ • UaNVFAOT0#Y, , W48BIJf0T0ff 8THEE1 below:fifth: > * ' . WHOLESALE AND V RETAIL^ " ' ^ riUIB tnrDER8IQNBD ' RES^EdTFriLtY IH-: xvlte public attention to their splendid Stock Of urst-otwa furnituto now ftfldconijAnUyonlfaod, and made to order to suit oilstomerr. ' ' * Amon* other >rtiolw, wpeojal fttteijtion Is Is* vited to their uosiurpawed • - . . ¦ ' EXTEN8I0N TABLES, ,s 'i . . DRESSING BUREApS, -;•' • ' ; ^ DINING ROpM 1 CHAIRS, ' ' "' . CENTRfe AN . D O^HER TA^LJE^ 6EDSTEAPSOPTIH1 MTESTSmiS, , • ;. ' , ...¦ ¦ .:.• ' •; -• . '¦• ' .'¦*¦ ' >• , ".: t) ' ft¦% H'v .V and every other article In their line of bnslnes* • Kvory article U.manufactured by tbemfelvM.ln their-admirably arranged manufactory.with;th« most perfect machinerj 1 . and skillful micbftnteL and finished in an unsurpassed to annle*. ; ;. tj--..u AUo prepared to execute all orde...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
Smaij. Corsets and Hioh IIkei^ in Souooi..-T-Thoro aro such . schools , 'and tho most cruel, tho most rigid and most exacting of all is not located in New York, or any of tho largo cities , but it is in tho progressive State of Ohio. At this school .tho young ladies, on ontoring, aro not only encased in a corset, but they aro forced to wenr shoes with heels four inches high , and which aro no broader than a shilling. It is with the greatest difficulty thnt girls vfljw stand up¬ right in theso shoes nt first, but they aro ¦compelled to walk two miles in thorn overy dnyin a. lano near tbo house, un^il tlieyhavo acquired tho faculty of walking in them with ease. After this frightful exaggeration, the French .heel, whith if } two And n half or throe inches high, seems modorateby comparison , andjtho pressure being forced wholly upon tho front part of tlie foot, tho young ladies riro compelled to walk in tho . acknowledged stylo of . cloganco—upon their toes. Tho largest corset which...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
- . ' Pcrlln of <Uo Ori'nn. A few days ago, n barque was found adrift outRtdo ofSandy IIook.New York,nnd towed into tho harbor. In tbo wreck the bodies of four drowned sailors wcro found. Capt. IIotchkiHs . commanderofthobnrque, has arrived at his homo in Now Haven, Connecticut. Ho states that after his vessel had been towed outside of Sandy Hook, on tho 4th inst.,nt thrco o'clock on tho morning of tbo 6th inat,, tho weather suddenly becamo flquftlly, nnd a thundcr-stomn aroso . in tho Southwest, which rapidly shifted to . tlie Westward, when a squall struck the barque boforo her course could bo changed,, nnd sho was thrown ou her port beam ends , the deck load boing nearly nlj washed away, and tho vcBsol filling quickly with water, drowning four raon in tho forecastlo, and washing tho Cook overb ' oard in tho galley. ; Captain HotdhkiSs , by.tho aid Of * tho seamen who woro roportcd savod a few days ago, succeeded In getting Mrs. Hotchkiss and ono child out of the •nbi...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
ZlJ*-**i*&'**i%**t*-*i : - s - Yfs irriNa oARt>o t > BU8INBS8 CAUDS, i . / ¦ WEPDI^O CARP^ ftp. ' . ¦ of . »1 | kindi. may bo h»d*MhoKiQi,« Offloe.\ . - Eleetrolypes furntiheJ ifdwirtd. .; » , •iM.Srff X' W t** 4«nrt j tk« BMt .lHiwUful on-Iw^S. ^jT '^' ^M^jf?-' JELLElt ^T"'^ * • ' 1 ';?;: 1 i^T~ G0MPOSmOlff?AVJSME^ ^ AND FLOORING. »|MIB PAVEMENT ANP FLOORING 18 NOW X «eknowle<lf ed to * f., tfif, Mf^tq « M. It I*- oonln hard nnd firm lramodUtely.Ji dry, durable, iutl lmperviou| to water, »nd notoffected by cither heat or cold. 1 ., . . . All ordtM PWtnptly attended to, Mid the worfc guomnJewltojclv^ Mt!»f*o«on, ApplV to , NEW mAT^ MJ^^ Jams, 8hould«wj .Dried Beef, Bo1o«na» .J B«el Tongues, *p. , • 1 . ' ¦
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
t—The who of Major Strange, lato of tho United States army, was murdered near Lit*, tie Rock, Arkansas, on Saturday, by a negro, to obtain possession Qf a cash-box, belonging to her husband. From nppearanccs, she bad fought desperately, but sho had first been choked and then had her skull split, twice with n hatchet. Sho was an educated lady, and ¦was* Wghly respected. Tho murderer, a negro named Warner, is said, to h' aje been arrested. Is it any wonder that Ku Klux JClnns aro formed in that section for seifdef^ncb against the blacks ? Tnn liadicala,spend ONEHUNDRED AND TWENT^FIVETB(0USAND DOLLARS per annum more for, Legislative expenses than 4hei)emocratsdld.~^/«W. f- mmmmmmmmtmmmmmm ' '" ' ' ¦ ' ' ' '-¦ ' «»-i ^''T ^' ^. •xy- x %W7> ' •'¦ ' .* . '. - : 'A ; —Ben. ' Griffith, a notorious desperado-5^ ah^t ^ Ma^ CUrksvi)1e v T^Wi.roi cently, by a sheriff and hia deputy. < , War will n meebnhio support the; Radical party? What lias that organization done to bet...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
HOTIOE TO 0ABPENTEE8 AND BUILDERS. OEALKD PROPOSALS will bo rccolved by tho OCominittce on City Property of tho Corporation of the City of Rending for tno.build'ngofa iteir Knglno Hqubo, at tho north-cnet corner of Eighth Mreet and Liberty olley. A draft nnd plan of tho buildinrwith specifications, can be pocn nt tbo Select CounoHChamber.Fifth nnd Franklin streets. Proposals will bo received until tho evening of thp 22<UfAUKiwnl86». ¦ - ¦ ,(¦ ' fly order of the CoraraltUe on City Proporty, t nugl5-td , B. F. IIAUS,:Sccrotnry^ J OHN F0LKY.^ LBBRAT ^ . v QOI.DPGIi8. For salo at tho "EAGLE" BOOKSTORE. No 351 Penn Streetrtiear Fourth. ' • jan.28M FBBNITDBE WAHB ROOM, CONSTANTLY ON IIAND a larae assortment of thobcrtCablnetWnre, fullsnitsof Chamber Furniturealso Parlor suits an^^^^ tdrge nssortraent of CANB SKATfl^^^M CUAIR8. Best hatr mm) haskC^^H^H M»ttresse#. Pertons wlabins to^^^*"^* purchase.noul*do «*Uto call>and «f*<nlneoar ItocVi < D. II.BEIDEMAH.W...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
pBHOTAIil BF.MOVAI.lt BARTO'S LIQUOR STORE, Han been removed from the Keystone Building to tho now and elegant etoro,, ' NO. 4^7. PENN JitBKKT, Where customer^ wilt find a very largo stook' of the best and purest I ' .- • ¦ . \ , • \ WINES, BBAljlDIES, .WJHISklES, So,, «ve» offend to the public ofReading, All th proof of the above that Is reamredjs ms&: A share of patronage it sollolted. ¦ T0DIA8 BARTO. . -. . VVBkjtVVB ' B,-¦ ¦ , ¦ . ¦, '¦ ' -
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
BfiAptt^a Of Ra]DI0AM8M—IJIPOUTANT TO SroRBKEBPBss. —tTn^er on Act of Congress, passed July ?0,1868, every dealer itf tobacco and cigars having moi?o thnn'C twenty pounds of.tobacco,, or . ton pounds of sriuff, or more than five thousand cigars, U to 1 quired to wake an inventory of tho some immediatel y; and deposit it . with the Assistant Assessor of his division , who will strear the PMty to the trnth of his return. The appraigomentmusjt fee made on the first day of each month thereafter , and filed as above. Thb Eiqw feoeiwrywhere. • ¦¦' •:* ¦ : •
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
. Notice to Water Consumers. OWING to the extremely low state of. the iiratee. in tho Reservoirs and tho impossibility of comptoting the improvements for incrensine tho water supply of tho oity before the next two or three monthstho CominiBslonen oi Water wOuld request the water-takers of the oity to boas economiqal aa possible in the uso of water at present.' By proper attention to this request, on the" part 01 each oonsumelv large quantities of watey can be saved and a full supply for ordinary purposos guaranteed to all. ¦ ...... . The several Pireoompantes are olio requested to cease using waterduring the present drought,-except in cases of fire., ,.. ' ... By order df the " ¦ _ _ . tli V0*IMS8I0JiEIlS OP WATER. • ' . B. ,F. HAU*, Outretary.. . lljtf aauCity t'&t.er> wlllpieaje copy , ! " . ..: " SEYMOUR BaMM Seymonr Badges can Fe . had HUh^WCoXkWSl pL'iati, ' '
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
WEST-END, , - . , . .I'-. • • ' . COAX, . ' • ¦ LIME, & SAND -1. , YARD! , / • (W. Ponn and Front Stroote. HPHE under^iened would respectfully inform hii yL friends and tho public, that he" is prepared to furnish the best of Coal, Lime, and Sand to any part of the city, free of charge. ¦ ' • . . - [ Orders promptly attended to. • . . ' - ' -, ' f ' ' JOHN B. BROWN, ' ' mo25<f , 102 Front £Penn6U., Reading
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
WANTED. •JLTONEf WANTED. ' ' ¦ . MONEY WANTED* BY TUB OITY 0? READING. The undorslgnod, Committee on!Finance of th« Corporation of tho City of-Heading, having been autborUoa to borrow tho sum of SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLS. for the purpose of enlarging the Wnlor AVorb* ol tho eald oity. hereby givo notico that thoy are ptopored t6 iwuo Certiflcatos of Loanbonring six jici cont. interest, to parties desiring to loan itonoy U »ho oUy. Apiijy to either pf tho undersigned, or U William nolaoaroich, tsq^ CitV Trcaaaroiv' ' KRBDK. LAUEu, ¦ •• ¦ DANIEL MIIjL«R, Daniel spoiiN,. CommiUooon Jfinunq* 1 .
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
WHERE 'Tft.Ottr . ITi / 717 h 121 Pum Street, Heading, /b. " ' '- . . F T/. lt.N .i^u '^'S; , .•:_ IN ALL STytES AND MATKUIAM. Tho largest auortmont In theolty to select from, and prices much lower than any other house. 'A' call from pcr8onslnwan,tofany article of furniture from the most expensive down, is solicited. CARPETINGS, MATTINGS AND OILCLQTHS, f; ' . A full stock always at low advan ' oos on cost. •a-Catlandsee- JACOB R^ RITTBfti, febWtf • ¦ • • v j 7W k 721 Penrf-il
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
i «* AOT'H 8tlIilMM|VT. < , Quoth Qon'ral jQrtnt. "It' s blamed unluoky FlritOregon-andthenKentuokyl Suohconduotdon'tshowany aonio—AndhiUrtelnmyretloongat . It's not that ttwhMo got the Btater-BuJ that they 'cahV at suoh o> rate t' Andwhat is moUttnoommoh tough,. ' Our party's vote Is 'filling off I' We'll h»ro,thing* flx<xl a little strftlghtor In Stdte* that votar y Lcgljlfttur'l But here'i a pint that's rathor tough- , Ityw;mr<> W» suto to«?e'a, bo 'enough ? A hsrd conundrum | and I think I'll go and totte another drink i >;
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
l'BOVENMIONAI \R. W. K.BRKlftkBlttDieirTIBT. #Offlf«, No. 6», Kmt Market ^uM«, OTor D«vjd era Dry Ooodt Store. . feUitf TOIW W, BICKKfcITTORNBtfATJUAW. WOfflco-Loosor Bulldtni^lst floorback.) No. 80 Centre itreot. PotUvllfe. «9.0bn hi conrolted In the Uurin»n inniuMO, , • • maHu.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868
'WmKHm ' ' : ' ; JBpmf^^PB ^^ f¦yi>w'^wy.iy(wlBw'!Sfjf >' j". i-ttt? j *, ^^* rfh ^ria N ^KfV^^ttfr^ V^k^^k SBJ^0A^kUitf^S\4ftSB]^^S^S* ^ * t h ' ^ Jfcerffc» j Tw*ty,N<»mbtrW, 18C8,;.- ' . -; D»sfc«^ l« ¦*& »lf ^HtfcttoM, ¦" " ' 0tf4< ' ¦ ' opvm. .,.,.. »; foBBuayiYoaQE»gtuxt OBH. VHP9 B. BUT, . ... ^. OjOtiwiMifiotmn. I asMssisiijijJpVo filyUon, TuuSflfi '&iciirlUkiim. flftt^h^tefik^A^^ha\ ^^9 'j^Bh^l' fli^Hfl^flM^ft i " ~ R^At^UA^^VB^Ball^kM ^^^^^^^P^^HSSjS^^^SB^lSB^BBBBBBBjsBB^^B^^ffsjLt^^ liBBBB^^^PB^^^^^ppsBBB^fBi^t^ps ^H^^^^r^^£^^S^K^^^^^^^^^^s AV JW<rwp»/rt>« 7<ttAfttfo*4 ^ There Is no device tgU| contemptible, and no crime too grost, for the Iftaok Republicans to commit when their |o*«e of pbwer is b danger, To maltiUjli tieir politick! su» prcmaoy, tb)j»ywlllrewrttowwaajr, «S»d pa moan tricVn ,ai tKoy practiced to obtain it originally, eight years ago. *,. i Ono of the most petty of thohj favorlto detIcoi ...