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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

HOOPLAND'3 QERMAN BITTERS, Hoofland's German Tonio, - ¦ ' ¦ . *¦ . ' ' i " ' . • ¦ ¦ ",»- - ¦ i Tit Qrtat Ktmdte* fir all JH*ttatt«ttki - ¦ : "¦ . ¦ • ¦ • '¦ - OrMto. , ¦¦ -. ' .. ¦ Hopflond's German Bittere fii ooi»po»ed of UteMNiatoM (or Mthe/ are m»J. Iclnally terned AWrocTf) M «<ftt^ .fl^c*«Bj BarkttMKkliitft^tiimljyeh^thbMiacfa uv ted and «nUr«ly A*«JLX/rom dftoiWio oj*.,v Mr«i/nayfciNtl . . • HOOVl/AND'S OKtt^AN !pONio , It a eomUnatlonof all the Ingredients oftU Bit. torMfiththo pvml <M aIltr.o? 8mq PiuiAkt,. Orange. Acmaking one oftne mtwt ple»*»| 71 aireMbU rtneUie* «er otfcrwH* the piblle. TThose prefemntr a Medicine tree tout Ak«Aol b t jdwUjtttwwmw, . .. . IIOOFLAND'SQBHUA^ BITTER S, JIOQFLANO'SQKRM^N TONIC, -They are to\b M*H\v foodand contelo U« tame m«dloln»J virtuesthe choke butweeuttatwi betntainere matter of tatte, theTomo btini tu inoJt mutable, . ^ TheMomaeh, from • VMletjt of camM, n ^ ^ IndigestionDyspepsiaNervous Debility. CU\u very apt to ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

- ' Oermtfny.—The PirU I4b^. -l«i| "i««ir(' ^ «J^BerMn^^^^^p &oT«rnm«nt by three hundred Germai i»,who bare been enrolled in the Papal arm^'jiThese iWirqiU were arrested in the aci ^ Of ,op«ifi ^esertfon, .and have been »(M>t«nc«dito the galleys for periods Varying front three to fifteen yeara. The appeal states that the three huodred'deserters had been deceived by promises held ;out to them at tho time of enrolment, which had not been afterwards aiheredto. The intervention of tho Pros. sian Government it implored. Saxony baa declined the invitation of the Russian Government to take part in tho military conference relative to the use of explibBivebuUeta- The conference will open at St. Petersburg on the ICth of October, and the, North German Confederation will bo represented by Prussia, only.j The "submission" on thb part of tho smaller States, \$, of course, sneered at in France, but it is perfectly in accordance with the principle on which tho North German Confe...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

FREE PIC-NIC, ATTHK . MILITARY CrABI>EN, ON • • " ' ¦ NATUIlftAY RVKNINC4, Aim. S3, 1H0H. . A cordial invitation I* oxtetutcil. to all lover* of pport to bo present. Dancing to comtn«nco nt 7 o'clock. A, Rood Uand'op MuHiolin» boon angajt ' oll for tho oochnion. < V. It. UOOblfAHT, Proprietor. AUK.21-2L* . Maenerobor' & Schiller Vereinus' \ LADIES' PIC-NIC. ALL CONTRIBUTIONS promised for the above Plc-Nlo. nfo respectfully requested to bo sent to Mm. IMi. nifiMlUKer, No. 013 l» onn *trcethy BnlH^lny Kv*- nlnff,An|rii8t 33, or notice mny be loft other house and fnp will gond for them. WUContrlbuttons that muy be ' AMp to puffer from long keoiilngmay bo Bent in until IMomftii/ morning, at 9 o'olook. auit21-2t . DALE Of TOBIHSTONKN AND MONIT» OBIKNTS.-UTombttonoB and Monument* of different kimlg can bo boughtat any tlmo, very ohcai)in 8th ftroot,. near WalnutRending. They will bo FoldilDgly, or by the lot, if dwtred. aug 20 3-t JOBEI^HIMK UARTII ; COW AND.CA...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

VRO9C WABUINUTOK The Negro lire Brigade-?September Session —Beast Butter Again. ;' \VA8MNpTqN, Augt ao^Bvery? white man, Sere ia «doic|iug to-day over 1 the action ¦ p i le Board of Fire Commissioners, in removing all the. negroes from, their places ' in the JFire Department and filling the vacant positious with WhW'tnen. ' Our peoplo now feel a sense of security, to which they hove been Strangers eiuco last June.' Vndot negro control the city was in constant dangen—The records of the Radical papers hero show of ^hnt UQt a correct alarm fire has been sounded by the fire telegraph Bincoth* negro government installed its men over* ita control, nnd all of the ' city journals agree that the utenhi fire engines have not succeeded in lonchiiig ft singlo fire in time to do any good. )Vcre it not for tho Government steam engine, firo brigado,the public pud private property hero would have biesm at the mercy of the incendiary.. Somii of tfio negroes whom the Mayor nnd httf negro coun...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

From North Cumllnn—A?i Intcrehnoge or SpecclicH. 1 RAi.Eton, Aug. 20.—Tho North Carolina Democratic Stato Convention has adopted a resolution invjting an interchange of speakers between the North and South during the present campaign, and instructed tho State Exequtiyo Committee to select two or more Of their' ablest speakors and best men to Como North and represent to tho masses of tins section the true political feelings and the condition of the people-of that State. Important K«w« from I*«rH*cqny—Th© Allies, Der«ht«d. ¦ LnxuoK, August 10.—Advices havo been received hero from Rio Janeiro to July 31st, by the regular mail steamer. / ; Tho allies, to the number often thousand, liad attacked Fort Hum:iitu,on July 10, but were repulsed with a loss said to amount to three thousand. ' • A simultaneous attack tnadd on the Para* giiayan defences in the Gfkh Chaco had been also repulsed. ' , , . l Iuporlant Bt*t«ment of W*M Jn»tl«e 1 ¦ \' \ ' . ' : ' ch»iijE», ¦ *. Wasuinutox, August...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

SECOND QBAWD 6I1T DISTRIBUTION ' BYTltE Goba Wai Steam Fire 0o M OP ALLENTOWN. ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. », ISOs. ' The Good Will Steam Pirc Company of Allen* town wuJd hereby respectfully onnounco to the citkenb of Lobigh fttd ndjolnitig counties, that in obodienco to oft repented and ftrongly oxpfc^ed wishes; onlthe part ofninny ofthotlckot-holdotfl in their first gift enterprlao. they havo detorralned upon and made nil the necessary arrangements for r Becond grand gift drawing:, only Hipbn a much larger scale than the one they last'winter brought tosoeQ'cosifulandfatlafactory a terminationtonll inMrcBtod aa tioket-bqlders. The proiiocod now enterprise will bo mado up. of 2.5000 tlckot?,; and value oi luounia 10 do nwaraoaod me .prizes will amoun | t to^OW. t^ h^bertPH.e Wngof' As In tho pa«t, bo in thisahall honesty, fairnoM and impartiality charsot«iizo the drawing. Our laet ontcrprlKo gavo unlvennl satftraction; Everything (iromlsed was duly carried out,asia admitted by alii and ...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

GoodiTews for Old Berks, N '^Wu ''¦¦ '' ' \ . ¦ ¦ . ||A ]LA.BaiJ STOCK OP [ '/• d j V AND ' ' ' • ' • ' .§; ' ; CATOMT-ORGAN& \ 1 FOB || MM, ON INSTALMENTS, . . . \V \ %, > AT ,i • - • ¦ ¦V i'K Ae'BEffG'-S ./ PIANO W A B E It O O M 8 ,' ./ , f • V . ¦ ] » No. 403 Peun Street. 't ¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦ - ¦ - ¦"¦¦ ' ' ¦:' " - •• N&reftt in(iuccmonls offered to lodges and Asftoclatioiis. / ' ' ¦¦ ' ¦ . ' Also n few good Becon^iand Pinrioa for sale cheap. • .. '¦ . ' jea^Cuii^oon: . E; a/bISBG, No, 4Q3 Ppm Street, J 10-tf # • ' ¦ .. •

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Seymour and Blair. Democratic Enthusiasm All over the Countrj/ —Meetings in Neto York, New Jersey, and othetfStates. \ ' ' ' NEW YOUK. . PouuilKEEPME, August 20.—On Tuesday night there . was nn immeiiRO meeting here—tho largest ever held to ratify tho noniinatiottH. Speeches wore made by Hon. Homer A. poison, Hon. S. S. Cox, and Hon. E. 0. Perrino. . , MEETIKOS IK NEW JER8EY. TnENrOK, Aug. 20.-*Moeting8 havo been hold, anil are to bo, all-over tho State. The Democracy are terribly in enrnest, and will roll up ft rousing Seymour nnil Blair urni° rUv - "Li ' :-, ¦ > ¦ .. ' . WHAT rSNNBYl.VANIA Ifl BOIKO. - A [Correspondence livening HcrnW O . Easton, August 19.—Yedtorday an immense meeting of tho;,Democracy of Northampton county^ wa^Jlield here. Senator Bncknlcw nnd I^on. \\ r m. A* Wallnco made tolling ' flpeeches. In the evening Centre Square vms crowded, nnd Gouetal MeCnndless, of" your city, and Edward Harvey, of Allontown, spoke. We havo & rousing club of Whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

-JCiJjt. Adam D*h»if, of tke v »ckooner |«||WiirnMr,wM foaad in the Chowan ritren rp/CoWn , N. C, on Thur«Jay, With hit Miroat cut from ear to ear, and a he»T7 t*xe fied W MS body. Tho Bchoonpr wia,$i>ad in a creek. A grange roaH^rho.Mf shipptd with him the day before, i« supposed wW* murdered the captain for $000 which}h<* had w^ th hlm. ;, ¦ • . }|iy. $., £t ; t • ¦ -«-Tho leader of the gang concerned in the great Bcnnehoff robbery is said to b* in Europe. He is a dissipated young matt of good family, named Saegeir, who lavished C0nsld« erable property willed to him previously.— llio robbery was surprisingly well planne* ,for a novice/ • : * . .: —Tbad. Stevens bequeathed to Mrs. Smith, his mulatto "riousekeeper,'.' tho sum of $500 per annum, or the sum of $&,000 in hand, at her option > also certain furniture used conjointly b y himsolf »;id, <ho colored lady aforesaid. ' Wotider what particular ar; ticlo of furniture Thad. meant, and wheth...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

T^fATRE , OOMIQUE! AUffiNBACffS HALL mi 610 Penn St, 3.6, t 'E ' WART, '- - -' l-opsoooridMiiiiiRSor. oiuii r successi . ' ilOUE NJ3W A1TIIACTIONSI First n^iiearunoo of MISS SALLIE ST. 0LAIR, tho tul nVtod vcrentilo netrepd nnd <lnnsouno from tho No York nnd l'hlladclphia'theatres. ' , Plratniipcurnnceof MSS MAUIA MELVJIiLB, " . • In tbo Groat- ' ? v " j RlPALBMKNT FEAT. Second week of i STI WART'S MINSTRELSj, in new songs, choruses, Ac. . First night of. the Hearing Farce. . ' TEE WRONG BOTTUB! Plratl night of tho FREKDMANiS 1)U«BAU; J.firficftt nnd best show ever in Heading, , '. 1,'erfoiwa.nce every Saturday mlernoon for I adieu and Children, at 2\ o'clock. Admission 25 cents; Orchcetra seats 35 conts. Childrsn 15cU. - Doors open at7)4; curtain rices ntBo'dork. • Friday Evening, August 21st., BENEFIT OF MB. TIIO8. HAYWOODh nfful"-jf ' ¦ .

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

TTKAU^UARTKUS FOB CAMPAIGN GOODS! AT TUB UNION JEWELRY MANUFACTORY BA1)(3E DfePQT, NO. U NOBTH OTPTII 8T., (Nextdoor totheErVnios Dispatch Office. ) ; 20,000 $lampaiga Ba4gesl DEMOCRATIC AND RBPUDMCAN. Direot from the . Bagtera and (jthendanufaetorle*, nnd. hundred or doxeo. They are thefinettaaf2$Vn\ eTe!P °ff««W . for ;ale fe fat elty of ftead' inghaving over one hundred different tuitternr, *ueha» Medals, #&», Bleeye Bnttonii , Btudg . k« Good Agent* tbanted—a ' aood percentage at-¦ ¦ totbea, "'¦ •¦•¦ i\ r v. ' " : ¦ O"B?W1 price* are from 10«entate « OflUPer 80CIETY BADOK8, MAhKS AND P IN*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Anotker OuMflr«tM IdMhol Wto VmeM* BiUlromtf-The Wrecked -; 3ak Francisco, Aug. 19.—Idaho adVices oHJugust ilth , state that Judgd Schaeffer, itboPemocratic candidate for Congress,!^ 800 fthead. His election is claimed by COO majority. ' ; , ¦ ' ; , ' . \:\\ i . ! \ :. . ¦ . j The passenger trains on the Central Pacific railroad are now runniug 285 miles east of Sacra.tnonto. .; ,. ,,,. . ' ( |The officers arid crew oftho wrepked steamj ljtip 8ow*n«k tvrjrircd herettO'day. \; iba cww . a^M cera of tho §hip Audubon, Ipston Joly 19, mn saved j k^.}->}h. : i ClevM; ^ p.Val par^Ho, *<*We* York, fV-J-hi ' W * H .-¦¦«>-rt-l^.i»~.>i.-.. .t.'1 ' --tV .- . , .. , ' .. . ., [iUBKiifl ^lIMPPifetteU. W^ fottt- *nd , a

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

MOTZER & HOKE'S ' - (Formerly A. BookmoehVs). V ; . !• SALOON,- • . - : W UNDEB THE POST iOPPIOE, . . ' Ukadjxo , - Pa, \ ¦' ' . HAVING bought out Mr. A. Bobkmnohra Saloon, undor the, Post Officetho undcrnigiicd announce that they if IU oontiaue the btnlnei»vindor tho above firm, nud provide all the Vnflotiefl of entertainments for which tula place is colobratod, vi*» ' • _ , ¦ ; , , , -. - ¦ . ¦ ¦ ." ,, free Oo^oert Every Evening !;r,., ; IV-^K-: ' ; '^;, - .- ¦ :/ ; " LUWOH EVERY MORNINO; ' Soliciting n continuation oftho patronago of an appreciating public, thoyaro . ¦ .. ' ' ' V Ver/itespeotful^, ' *>. •¦ . -' al-lmoA ' ' ' < Unuloillobe. ¦

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

WMAVA lM niOH PJLACBB Tho Philadelphia ledger states that Joseph Cabot, President of tho Allontown Iron Company, the o01co,of which is in Philadelphia, has bo6n discovered to bo a defaulter to tho amount of over $100,000. ,. t ;, i,t pufl^l p, ^ y.,0, P. ^.r Thomas and James M. Johnson, fflombei'a of ft, firm of publ' uberB, have beon arrested for dofraud-Ing the govorntoont of a quarter of a million dolUrs; Tho parties arg charged with obtaining receipts (6t printing blank envelopes to that Bmoutlt.;Tho fraud was . consummnted through B.F. tee, late chief clerk of the post office. , TJiO accused were held to bail in$ld,O^flj>ctj.y ; , , TELEGRAPfllG NEWS.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

" F6B PISTEJOT ATTOBllETr for «k|?l wrdesfrVJwS^.v*ft* «iw iB-««lf m fe f»ndld»t« for tie oflce . of DfatrH Altor* ney at the tnsulni election, juhjoct to ttied*<Uk>n or tW best Uetaocraue D«t*tftt« Oonttntioa. BhOtttjlbl fuccesuu) 1« obUjnlrig the nomjuatioiuutdtubieaaent •lection. I pledgo lamlfta discharge the uutirs of the office n|th fidelity, in-Ugrityandcourt ^. ¦ Q BKCKER S Reading. July S9.18C8. »f tttft ASSEMBLY, WK h»to. b«jp «uthorUtd to announce the n»w*\of MlrfiMl iieQnItMitKli. of the city of Reading, as a candidate for Auembly, <ub->cct to the dcculon of the I>etuo«r»tlo D«l«j»te Convention, ¦ ¦ ' auglOtf

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

JFHOH HBW YOHK. I •8U1C1DK. ( ' ' Kkw Ypuk, Aug. " 20.—White ^ho Hous ton street ferry boat Qetard Stuyvesant was on her Way. to New York, fronv Williamsburgh, at 8yclock last njght, an unknown woman, About id yeirfe of age, wcarlrtg a long black silk mantillagumped oforboard and was lost to | lght, sJ(h6ugh every exertion was made by tho officers of .the boat to find her. • \TUK CATTLB O18BA8E. ' Four herds of cattle, each containing aninuals affected by th,o plagno, arrived in tha neighborhood of Now York yesterday—only oqe o^ w^ic^, hoWevor, reached tho city pro-^e>; this one is at Bull's Head, Tho others havo beep placed under strict quarantine. ¦ , ' ¦ OTlIilt TttliT OOMBiJ ¦

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

JTOIl COUNTV COMMIH8IONBB, riiQ THK VOTERSQP BBBK8 COONTY j -Wav-1 ing been solicited by a large number of friondn, 1 offer inyxelf as a candidate For the office of County Comraiwloner, eubleot to the decision of toe Democratic Delegate Convention, and would I be suoccMfql in obtaining the npmlpMlon, and bo elected, I pledge myself to 'discharge the duties to tho bert of nw nMmy, a«U t>w\eoUholnterwttof tho citiMnsofthe county. HKNRY 8KIDLB. KCAdMir, August 17-to; / ¦ ' .: '• # jf tisploW DBMOOHATS.-Kncour(igedn>y X 1 tho very liberal Support gtven ino lalt year by tho Democratic you ity Convention for tho State Iiegislature, nnd for trbten I am very thankfulI again «lfer mysolfis » candid ato for tne ^ uine oin.o. subject to the decision of tha ne>t petnocratic Delegate Convention 1 if'nomlhftt«d a«4 electedI pledge myiiolf to iuo every effort to pro* moto the. best interests of the agricultural, labor-In^ and mechanical olauci of .the District and of thoUina...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

FOB^COUMTY AUDl^Bi \irK UAVKbwa nuthorlied to announce tha • Tf natnet of wiluah M, 8*lt*t»*of Herefonl Toniwhipas ft candidate for Cduhty Audltor t Aub-,jc«t to tho dtoUton or the' next Democratic Dclogate Convention. . i . . . l^r</bf>f,Auou4taQ .1868> r ta , ,y ^ FOBlSBBOTOBT0i THB SOOB. ' I'O TUB VOTBR8 Ot DBRK8 00UNTY.-I. I th« lunscrlbtrattnounc* myself as a candidate for Director oftho Poor, auhliet to thedeolilpn of tho Democratic Delegate rule. If nominated ana electedmy Moto'endeavor vrllj be to have the samo conducted in a huinaheana economical manner, nobbelng comratttod Jo an y man or party of men to onlrry out this or (bat mcasuro to the in-Jury of tkf, (a ? -paye» an£6^c L on ffid. Ai , ' LoirerHeidelberg,Augu5,j8t$S. ' -, ¦ Iw

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

t)AI|£ %UANt'KI > ^ ¦ ' 'tQR^AX ' E, ' " assiswfflM s-afira*. doing n, IjMt-claM bu«in«si>. Rewon—going to lea^e the city. -Address . • | Aj [ ;l\ \MIIiLIHERY'& T^IWIIHO, , 7- " vk- ' -i' " ¦' ' ".••' " >¦ ¦ E«wiwi!r«<) ' • I Or Mflfollfo BAfltiBOmCR J|^»21-I» mYMOUR JBA^D»GEJ Igwnonr Badge* can be had at the BAULK BOO* pTQROa -i _ . " ¦ j .'

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

p ttiVA^te SA B . OF VALUABLE PBOFBBTY, IN TBB.0IT7 OF BEADING, ' • A TW0-8T0RY, BRICK DWELLINQUQUSK with iiino roomV. and a I urge two-story Frame HOuso ndJulnliKt.jwlth lot 00 foet by ll&.on South Ninth etreot(No. m) betwepn JBtpgaman and Bpruco, in tho city of Reading, is offered at privato sulo upon' very easy conditions. A good barn and stables ara upon the lotand tho buildings are all new. lhi« ^property would bo very suitable for p hotel or sahJion with gardon , or if raniBimfMturlng biwinefs. J!\>t iMirttcUlan, apply at this ofilce, or upon thojramuoj,. fJuly30-3w N. a. T*.Qlnbovo proportycnnnlBobo exchanged for n litnu. - - ¦

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