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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

COURT lMlOORBUINGN Iltportcd hy Lo ' nii Illchnnt; Attorney nl Law, No. 630 Iburt Street. K . TlURTKENTlt DAY—MONDAY. - , A<lnm/?M. Mwfcr b y his fathcr ' nnd next friend PajjiTol Mover , vs. Dr." Adam 13. Dun-(lore; n^dTPa Vhl Moyor vs. same. Continued on/apjtlication and at cost of plff. TJayid JI'Knight, Cominittop of Henry Klohs vs. Aflfon Klohs. Continued on application of dqft. i i John P. Miller nun Win. Howe vs. Patrick O'Hcillyi 152 Aug.Kr. 18( i5. This was an action jpf covenant. Ito plft' s. wore tho owners pf a lease from Elizabeth Miller of a tractkof laud on the southcriifdopc of Penn's Mdurm near Heading, on which was ah iron oro mino. Ihis lease they assigned to P. O'Riolly, in Dccembor, 18C8,he undertaking to pay them two liundred ' dollars in orders to be drawn upon him, nif(Vsix hundred dollars out of tho profits of the oro to bo mined. He was also to erect a steam engine, &c.,for raising tho ore. O'Reilly worked tho ^ninos for ft short time...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

SECOND EDITION it i.2 o'ti.ocit i*. m. PAU.Y Al.MASAO. Sunrises . . fi.34 | Sunsets. . • <> " - 'G Dny.i's length 12 houri 42 miniil^d. . KTATK OK TIIKKMOMETKR., 7 A. M. • l 2 P. M. Mondav. 74 ° • &>' Tiiesdnv, 74' 82' Wednesday, " 7:1° . &1° Tlmrsdnv, Friday, ' -" ' ,-° - Satnrdtiy, —° — ° Tiik' Pkockkimn'<!.s of the Board of Controllers are crowded out to-day. They will appear, tomorrow. • A regular old-fashioned country moving, passed oiiij office, between 11 find, 12 o'clock this morning, Thero were some half a dozen wagons, on ontxif which sat'some half a to-/en ladies. • ¦ Mkktinh ok Syxoi>.—Wo aro informed,tlie l'^ti st P(>niisylvaui!i l.tithoran Synod, comuoai'd of tho English Luthern Churches, will ¦ convene in annual Bcssiou ' iu l/incaslcr this evening. Ar most peoplo nre anxious to get a little more light on the subjects now under consideration, .we would advise them to get a fiottof tho new Lamp Shades,...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

"Emisijkt Women- ok tiikA.uk' 1 .is tl^e title of n now work published by S. M. Hotts & Co., Hartford, ' Conn. This is 01(0 of tho most interesting books wo havo seen for a long time.. Tlio sketches of "Eminent-Women" nro from tho lfqiw of the bwt.writers in America , and the book is ' illustratcd with fourteen fitepl engravings, portraits of tho following distingiiishcd Indies: Kpaa Honhour, Floienco i Nichtingale,-Lydiiv, H. 8i ^- ournoy, Eugenie,] Empress of the French, Margaret Fuller Ossoii, Eii/.tibctli liarrctt 1 Ivmina Willard ISrowniiig,Mrs. , Mrs. JiH/.nbeth Cady Htnnton, Kucretia Mott, Yictoria, Queen ot England, Adelaide Kistorif. .Anna E. Dickinson, iMrs. C. S. Lozici ^, M. I)., nod HarrPet G. Hosmer. * Besides tho sketches of these ladies , tho work contains tlio lives,and deeds of ninny other ' distinguished women of the present age, written in the .most cutcrtqining style. Miss K. A. Grbth, Principal of tlio Mnlo Grammar School, Third Section, in this cit...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Installation- op .OiVickhh.—Lnst evening Deborah Franklin H. C. No. 0,- of this city, was.visitcd b y the G. O. W. of " Penna., nnd tho following officers installed: ¦ . V. O.-M. Ellen Ubil. ^ ' . P.—Tlios. Jones. • ' Pht.—Daniel Matl/.bcrger. > ' Pt.—Isaac Whitman. Plitcss.—Maria E. Wilson.. Ps' tess.—Matilda 8njids. ' S.1 K.—James L.. Hobson, R.-r-Lizzio E. Gabriol. ; I.—Richard Whitman. W. D.—Roso Ely. W. N.-H. W. Monycan. - Hep. to G. & S.'C— James L. Hobsoii. A Nkw Ciiukou cntprprisn lms been commenced nt Aimvillc, ' nndor the nuspjees of tho'Lu ' thcrans. On lnst Sunday the corner fiton,e whslnid vVith-nppronriatojceremonies , conducted by Rev. B. SclimaulJ. Eloquent addresses were delivered by Hvv. A. J. Shantz of Mvcrstown ^ nud Hov. Dr. Johnston, of this! borough. Tho services, which woro held in a bam, were concluded with prayer, by the Rev. Mr. Hiqster, of.Annville. Tho congregation _who-|iavo cmbnr]?- cd in this movement av.o united and zealous, and ar...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

U'rotn our Hamburg Correspondent.] . j nAMnuita, Sept. 1, 1808. Dkau Eaoi.k.—A te ' rriblo thunder flhowor passed over our town on Monday afternoon. It was nt its height aboutN 2, o'clock. Tho water ctimo dpwn in torrents, tho lightning wns so bright thnt it was blinding, and tho thundcr'so loud that it frightened tho nervous. Tho lightning struck at four different places, without j' however, doing much dam* ago, e * xcopt killing a cow belonging to Mr. Roubcn Sdidel. fho water flooded tho rolling mill, put out the fires, and required the men to suspend wcrk. Tho oldest inhabitants sny that they do not recollect ovor witnesting such a terrific storm ns that of yes¬ terday. ,1 x - . 1 • Tho School Board of this borough is about to revise- tho course of studies in tho schools, Which wijl necessnrily make pomo change in tho grade, and create a regular system of promotion by holding oxaminatiort about pncG n monthand this no .doubt will make tho schools intiro efficient dud more (jd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

W«)UUAUB J^i Pwcm or Grq ckmksi , L > &f ^- ?hV? ' c -" " .' * '"IttUWiWk S*pt. 2 . - .S5S. c . ^^Wtteipttait, - sasav T«a—iiDi«rl»l."«««»«^»<<»»»»«'»>«»M-.. ..i jwai co '" ¦ -V0WIMfo"*"> *"""""'* %<i * >t "" o " <%t "M WBl '?¦ " > I^DrT«-RiWM, l»|*f tttWiw. ' t«»..M«<» 4 £5 ,; «!» ¦d^,Ui«v,.A.«H»jJ..s«».j«».l...»M. n . Till. ' 1" B).,'.—.. lu l 4i » > ' Or»w«i 8felly.r ».«••!-.;»« . , 9 «> " L«iboju. Pilenno, SW^iun « t» '" |ral>^"<""»'" >» «*N -'> ¦ . «— r TKftoSiSr "" • " .' .-» Sm*v ;; AKdi£iir»«ia«n, ;;. »» ¦ 8jrup.lov. " ......»......,.... i>7o "common, •? 43»M. ' Rick—RtDtoon,..<i ...,>,..,.»,................ \M \\« " &kro " ln».ii9W.i.r.,' ~..w. «^» IAi S^LT~LW«rpool, |round,V««ek,... * 1») < « ' '4»hU>*i * . ' ' )*4...»«S....V4W " 8*1 i«iiSni,.«kmhei";;!;!!!!. ' »\";; nvs StMMt—JUnnM i «ruWLM 4 ..;»,. v &...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

T»BCOSfSeiBACTCA*B. ^ \\\UX THK TkSIIXIOSV IS SOT Pl'hlJSUKt). During tho past fow days, aheariiiR in Uie , en?e ot Atexauder V. * . l'arto. ( .u>ti.o».ni., has bcon going on below Alxiermnn Menavt, and it has been asked why the testimony hu* not been published in the Kaolk. We answer, because wo do not nx'ognivt tin? validity of tholieariug. We know UtttUhls bearing wns j)ioujihtabout,nndlln' testimony published, through the inuWnce of Jt 1 ' signing Hadical^, lor the purpose ol'InjuHuR the Oemocratic parly in this county, and for no other ¦ ' purpose. , In proof of this, n prominent Rcpubliati, in Rpouking of this boaiing, said..in eflec^ that tjioy (tho'iJopublican*) "</<</« ' < cdrt a ii~itfwic i the case tctnl, ' if they wuUlonl jf imikc uihchief in the Democratic jmiW,v /'' Now, as, our niissioif * -is ^ to crcnto unity, ami not mischief, in the ranks of the gallant Democracy of liorka, wo docjjuo^nssistijig our Republican fi-icuds in mak...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

^ j ^_i __ y- __i_ ,. ' ' BepU . -Rrvu. OoTTOir perlb. - - • » - 30W#31U Sooab - - .- . - \X¥Mw Pbtbolkoh, gojjj Fl-OBB. , " Suporfino, - - . - • ' 7 ot)®7 76 Extra, - -, ' - 8 60®»;00 Northwest, - - - v 0 0O@ll'0d Pa.nnd Ohio, - 10 00§I2 76 Fancy, - ... - 13 00@U09 J&5-* . / - - , , -..- Mi^f; WS&%*: - " - : Km l% 0ornY«l \ •.'•-: • :- 128@j» do West: - - - - 181 0»u toaSt , . , Mtlt, per basb < - - • ' 210 MeM . - . « - 29 800*) ^ Prime Me&», • . » « i' 2100 r/'"»«t n •' ' • • 2i» BJp? **- ' .. • ¦ . " ' ¦/' ¦ . . . ¦ '•W Jp?%ol*arslde» " •> i' ' * - AXM/gMfa QBiBsMsATB. . ¦ ' ¦ • ' ¦ , , JPieWSHIains, - f ' ¦ ' - ., 19019^8 Bhonlderi««lt«d - * •» \-\. 1S}2 lard. 6 « -, .,.- .. J8Ji®W fiGwkeMl. ? .* ¦ ._. . ,_ . |j^6o Clover cm btwfc»t f » 8 60^*00 fi»x«c84 . . . ' .-- - . - aw CoalcsjttoA . ¦ . Loc«^t«tJnmpBn4«l«nm' t -; tofift '{ broken ». * CC®3 93 Lehish lntnp, gteamWt; and broktn, - HS So Chestntjt, . • ' • ¦. ¦•. 4a MwV Mdftfh. • -...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Statkmkkt of moneys received and paid out at tho M ' nyor's oflico, fioin .Aug- 1st , 1808 , to tho 31st, incliisivo, viz : I • ' . DR. Cash penalties, fees, fines and costs , $04- 01 " ¦ Cases pf drunkenness, ,49 7 . 2 " 'i. 1 County Commissioner,. 4.5 51 " " ShorSir. ¦ ' 4 67 " " Diatrjct Attorney, 2 47 " -• " Clerk of Court Quar. Scs., 12 85 " " Building permits, ' UO 50 1 ' ' . $270 CO t ,/ CR. By cash poliwemon nnd y witnosses , $77 46 " 8, M. Hen, for Asssistant Engineer, " 27 00 By cash Petor Jones, Trbsusurer Roading School District , , 24 22 By cash Win. Heidonreich , City Tremmror f \ ¦ Ml (t[) ' . ' , - N $270 00 t During th6 month 39 % permits were issued for building nnd reiiairing, viz : Thrco-story brick (lwcUings , ¦ fi Two-story " t* " n " frame, " - ' (io ¦ Franio Shop, ( ' i . ^ Brick Fonudry, \ , \ ¦ Brick Car Shop, i \ Framo Stable, . * • l Total, ' ' . .31 Wm. II. Gkrkaxd , ' Jfayor. ReadiiiR, Sent. 2d, 1808/

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

1 he Goxsr-uiAjcr.—The parlies who wore accused, upon tho oath otOco. \V. Aloxaiv dor, lute Assessor for this district, of Conspiracy iireffecjting his removal from oflico, appeared before' Alderman Mengfij oi|- Wednesday last, Aug. 2Cth,.aud gave tlio required bail for their nppearaucp at tho Nbvoui' ber Court, to answer tho chnrgo.. Here, as the Alderman himself declared, his jurisdiction -ended,,and tho cafio was properly referred to tlio Conrt. ^ But, to tho surpriso of the whplo coinmiunty^Bo-cnlled "hearing" in'the case took placo on Monday. No notice of this proceeding, wns served upon tho defendants, and tho best lawyers at our Bar are nnabtoto understand' by whnt authority of law tho magistrntoactqjl., Tho counsel for the defendants took no part in tho matter, but simply entered their protest against it, as an illegal nnd ex par U proceeding* The testimony of tho witnesses who worp examined, hns'been obtniircd ' . as wo bolievo, for the solo purpose of diverting public ...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Dei.koatuJMkktixhs. —Meetings were held last evonitig by tho Democracy of the First and Secoiuf wards, for tho purpose of norni-: nating delegates to the County Convention, to bo voted for on Saturday next. . ¦ I In the First word, the meeting, which was large and enthusiastic, was hcldnt tho public house of Jacob Conrad. The following gentlemen were nominated: George Boyer, A. Strohcckcr, Richard Richwjno, John Kclley wa,s President of tho meeting, and H. E. Keffor, Secretary. In the Second ward tho meeting was held at the publio houso of Jacob Wcntzel. It wns the largest delegate meeting that has over been held in this city. It is estimated that ot least six hundred Democratic voters were present. The delegates nominated are as follows: Joseph ,J. Clay, William Fix and John Hornv ^ Tho meetrhg,notwit|i6tanding thfe large attendance, orderly nnd harmonious " . '• , ' ? ; r . Subscribe for the Eaolf,

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

—Aimnlatto burglar named. Brown, was shot tl rough tho heart and instantly killed, in Juneaville, Wis., on Tuesday tiight, "by Win., y atU, whoso dwelling tho burglar vas in tho ict of entering. Brown; was armed and held a bottle of chloroform in his pocket. Watts was examined before tho police jaBticd nnd discharged. . v . ' MdNEY MAEKfiT. i "- " ' , • ' " i * -; Dushontr & Oro., Bankore.No.WNorth Cth itreet r quote as foliowi: ' RKADlNOj SObt. 2. 18C«.' Old U.S.6'» 1881 - - - • f • ' - jifo OldU.S.5'ffJ802 - - - - mS Now \J,8.6-a)'8,1864, Jvilyftna Jan., - ' I(m2 Now U. B. 6.20'g. 1865, May and Nov., .. mii NewUiS. 186S, nt>xr . - - - loiK N. U. S . fi-20*« 1807. July nnd Jan. - • - 108 NewU. H.ti-W'B.im. - -. - * 108 Ton-Forty Honda ... - • 105 Gold In New York op to 12 o'clock, - ? 145 Gold In Reading^ Busnopg & Bros., • ' l(iy t PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. ^

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

i [Communicated.] Mn. EditoiV: -^ It is very peculiar, indeed, that that always boasting paper,tho Dispatch, is silent about the contents of the BO,-callea masterly speech of Mr. Carl Schurz. It is a pity that no short-hand writer was ' there * ' ' to give to the public a fulli&ccount of tho dirty princi p les lajd down by ono of their best authorities. Not a'sound idea has been pronounced that could stand a fair judgment,, and in giving the speech a great circulation tho peoplo could sec the foul play and rottenness of tho governing party; and a full statement ofthespceclovpuld convert still more Republicans toaho Democratic party. Soruo straw-filled head styles iritnsolf "A Former, Domocrat," and ns ho can't say anything good about Mr. Schurz, he barks nt every ono who says tho truth, and feels evidently very uneasy nbont tho place whero he bolongs, to the asses or to tho Radicals. Republic.

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Machine Silk, Machino '^Jqlton, Ma> cbino Needles, Dress Patiorns, etc, oan always be had at Tyson's, No. 832 Ponri strept. . aug 22-8t . ' ," —; • r-r l(r ' ' I Dr. Light has just received a largo lot o pure, fresh drugs arid medicines, of ai kinds. Thoso whp ^ desiro the pure article (and who dobs not?) we would advise the|m to,go to him. Ilis prices aro reagonnblo,anc hd waits upon all his customers in a prompt and gentlemanly manner.' All prescriptions are put up in.the most careful manner, and thoro is no danger of any mistakes occurring. : .> The Doctor 'has also all kinds of toilet articles for solo,—oils, washes, soaps, brushes, combs, tec, &c. Remember the placo—No. 1 Noifth Fifth Bfrect. / aug 21-1-w. .

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Oi.D'Soav.—Mr. Saml, Breniser showed to" us this morning a large piece of h ^me-mado soap, which was boiled 16. years ago, in Robesonia,. this . county,, bjs Mrs. Lqah Fisher. [¦ j »—I—LOCAL NOTICES, /f he, Great, tho Grand, tho Onl y reliable remedy for RheumatismNeuralgia, Lumbago, S p rains arfd Braises, ^ welled Glnnds, Stiff Joints, Sore Throats, nnd pain of any sort and from any cause, is Dn. Russell's Magnetic Oil. 50 ctg. and $1 00 per bottle. American Houso, Reading, [oug. lft-lm . Fak and near thropghonfj th ^ Whole Country, tho newspapers tejjga . with the wonderful cures perforate^ ' by Dr. Russell's Magnetic Oil. 50 $b. and $1 66 per bottle. American. H , ouse, < Reading. [aug. 17-tf

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

, Rax Ovv TimTnACKi ' -'-Tho-engino . Atlas, belonging to thc^Rending Railroad Company, ran off the track .nt Harrisburg, on Monday evening ' sustainfng considernblo damage. Tlio cow catcher and bumper were broken, nnd a number of cars badly'damngnd. Tho accident was caused by a misplaced switch, and it required several hours to rcstoro tho engino to its position on tho! track. KAxi.k BikTkk.—Last ovoning, betweon 7 8'o'clock whilo Mr. Reuben Adams waa'driv iug down Penn strcot, below Fourth, tho axlp'of his carriage broke, putting a stop to tho further .locomotive of the ji gging. -The ono corner of tho vehicle came ^ lown with a thump. Fortunately, Mr. Adams ' wns driving, n docile horse, else a serious accident might have resulted. i

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

.Akother Tax ok Cioau Dkai.krs.—By n provision in tho latp Revonuo Law all Hotel and- Restaurant keepers who sell cigars nt their bar aro rcqiiirca to tako out a retailer's license, tho samo as if they dealt in cigars exclusively. When the bill wasbeforo Congress, Mr. Qetz tried to get small Hotels and Restaurants exempt from this tax, and offered an nmendmont that' all whose sales did not amount to $100 per jyear should npt bo required to take out n separatd liconso, but it was voted dowii by tho Hump, showing their determination to Wring every dollar from thop' oor ninn in the shape of taxes that they could. S

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

T^JAILYJAGLE READING. PA., ' ¦ WpTEMBJgtt jj^jjggjj riRMT EDITION—13 1-2 P. M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Stoxf. WABE.r-Tho largest assortoe^t of jugs, pitchers , butter pots, 4c, Ac. " , a\ re,-, duced\ pricfes, for sale ,by J. h. Sinter, 605 Penn street. '- aog2i)-3f

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

A>^i "f KfXJjnkjL EiMXiJt old *ew»p»- pere, on nandj at nil <mtfl. wSleh wiUbfiold

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