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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

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Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

Pir aBHHl^i^HHP ?ere «xp>lled on Tkora^r, aktll t*Jra their iOtkti fa|bi'tt«4S««,-:/. ¦ -, ¦vv-..:^i.» ,s»,y, } ' '}>.!' ' The difficulty abont tht appoiilneat of lov«-nuO:Soper»Uor« h« nfttyotli^ Mt* led. CommisiioheV Rolling fcowev*r» bM made somo more nominations for th«ie oflicos, so at to compUW Dm Hit.' A schooner loaded with lime *•* tin into .j a steamer on t6n| hl«ld S^fcd, yealer ^la y. The water »sUk«d the litoe, which set (be schooner on fire ,VkRe} s^b^w np. '{ Baron Ledorer, the nawAuitrian Miats->y tne President. . t, • I Threo men were badly burned by » nltroglycerino explosion at th« Hoosao tnnnel rfistcrday. • " ' fr ' ¦ ' • ¦ ' " " ¦ ' ¦ . - ' Tho cattle plague has appeared In Ohio, near Cleveland. ., v '.. ' .. • wa.ll. Ono of them will probably die. A colored man, aged 106 ^ dle4 yerterday, *t Pougbkeepsie, N,Y. ' , T . 1,^ Streaker Colfs.x, mifar ' , % narrow escape from captnre by the> Indians, kaa arrived at Denver. , • " ' "...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

,-,;, ; t i-a ocLotKr. i. , DAH.Y ALHAlfAO. ' ! ' * . lun rises r ;; . a 88J Sutt«(bt« . , CJB Days' * lengtL 12 h»r« 42 minutes. (. - 8TAT1 Or THi W1«ER, 12 * 't!l<O<)K. U. j W|ttd We*t-4^rettherele»r. : . ^ , , , , , j STiti O»-TIIKRMOJICTSIt i# , ' " * -7 A. M. 2 P. M. londay, 74* 80° ^esdgy, U* 82* Jednesiay, 78^ • •81*- . nwndKjr,.,.., ' W> > 70° . W^aj, i ' 65° 73 9 Batorday, 68° ' + ' 76° ; D.jL.—Meet Second,.7). ^ • Democrats, turn out at the meeting this evening, at Sixth and Penn streets. ¦ :• ! A Fiobt.—A rough-and-tumble tight occurred between two men at the BlfckB&r tavern, in Exeter townsntp, % few evenings fgo, daring which a clnb,a saw and a hatchet Wero brought jqto requisition. ¦ , : ' , : Fmjko to thb Br8RKB.^A iafldsomo Seymour and Blair flag,measuring 20 by SO feet, was .flung to the breeze at Sixth and Penn treetg, this morning. The cortfto w;hich it a attached is stretched from th§ Koystono Hotel to tho Schmucker House. • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

EvpRynonr should. go\o tho benefit of Messrs. Fehr & Hover, at the Theatre Comiqne, Auleftbach ' s Hall, next Monday evoking. (8*0 advertising columns). An extra bill will be offered, and all the favorites will appear in their specialties.' . , Such' an irjBlilutio ' n jus the Theatro Corofquo will do more good than a doctor aria a drug store in cases of "tltebluca." Gfa- to the excellent performances, havo a good laugh, and be healthy and'happy. Turn out and givo the favorites a benefit of the right kind. New Lodoe at LmronT.—Sadoc Lodgci No. 101, 0. K. of P., was instituted by 1). D. G. C, Richard H. Jones, on Thursday evohing, Sept, 8, 18C8, at Leesport, Berks county, Pa. ^ The following officers were in-Htnllflrl. ? V. P.—Jacob S. Graoff. -» W. C—Dr. P. 0. Snyder. V. C.-J. J. Mohr. / R, S.—Chas. Mohr. F. S.-t-Dr. A. J. Pundorc. B.—Lew. M. Kaufman. G.-r-Frank D, Fober. N I. S.—F. Boyer. , 0. S.—J. Danbe ' rt. _ • ¦ ——-?— rr -*" " ¦ Communlcatod. TnEATRK CoMiQU^.r—We...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

S!*i>*'¥ ' ¦ ¦ <O»Um»e«fr<.a»Kr*Baitl«lJ ¦ John X4v«taV ta. Henry Klohs and J6s* AyrM .feMI/bailin g aa L Klohs*nd Ayr*tJ with notlw to Darid M'Knlght, committee Of said H. Kloh». SO Jan. T, 1SC7. Tti» w«* • suit opqn, a note fcr $93l>$0 »ve# by d ^ ft'a. ou the 13th, of Jnly 18CC and payable two months after date to tho order of the plff. . Upon this note tbero was n credit of $100 paid on too 23rd of March 1607. Tho dispute in the cam was «a to an item bf $100 which was originally an individual debt of AyrosjOno of tho partners, and which it was contended by the defy, was erroneously Ukon into account in drawing up the amount of tho note, Which was given. for a bill of liquors boU to tho firm bytlio plff. Procecdings upon an investigation for habitual drunkenoas wero comHttftnccd on tho Kith of June 1800 ngainst HilJjry Klohsi which resulted in his be!iwp|lclar^d an habitual drunkard on •'-: , the . . ' ,?6th of August following when • David McK...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

. A Falsh Statement ConREorRD.—A card signed "Ma^atawnj" appeared, .in tho ^a^ Timts this morning, stating that tho publishc ' d YPBolution of nDemooratio meeting held in Kutztown, in which tho delegates from Maxatawuy were instructed to support Hon. J. Lawrence Getz for Congto8s,wa8 a fruiiid, gotten up by Mr. Getz himself. . ' i . We ate able fb Correct this false stntemont of the correspondent of the 'IHmes. Wo have before us tho original covii of the resolutions p assed by the Maxatawn v Club, in tho well known handwriting of tho Secrotary, Mr. Dahiel K6hler. Tho resolution alluded to is ns follows: ¦ ' , u Hesolved> -That tho delegates to be elected on Saturday next be In structed to support and urge the renomination and election of Hon. J. Lawrence Getz, for Congress.". Will tho IVfnes do justice by making the correction? : Tho original copy of the rosoluiion. may be seen at the Eaolb ofBce. •.-I i. . . . . . ...i.. ' .¦«... • .,. • i A grand celebration was held ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

: [From onr Hafaburt Correspondent.] Hambubo, Sept. ' 6th, 1808. Editor patty Eagls, .-^-Nearly all our sumtaer boarders have gone. home, < and the streets of. bur town present a less gay and Jivoly appearance. We regret very >much the departara of our Philadelphia friends, whose visit here has been a source od great pleasure to us, and whose genial demeanor, and rosthetio taste infused e. healthful influx ence into society, and gave life and spirit to it generally. ' ' . . ¦" ; ' Friend after friend departs, ' " Who has not lost a friend T There is no union nor* of hearts, ¦That finds notmero an end." ¦ To-day, a picnic of all: tho Sabbath School children j and teachers, and all those friendly to the organization, comes (off at Seaman's woods. Tho littlo folks are, already moving to and -fro, and are chatting over the good time they are going to have in the woods. , . ' 1 ' Each Bchool will meet at their rcspectiye churches, arid thence inarch to the corner of Sta...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

DOpt^^Q F* V. OoTToapeilb. ,.-•-., . , SfyWajii Sooab ' - - - •' ¦ • * : lIKfinMfo PlTkOtlDNi " , ' " • . * - Wjf Floub. ' " • ¦ ¦ - ¦•' % > ¦¦ ¦ • ¦ , - . , ¦ . ¦ ' - . . Superfine, - .1 . - .7 0QO7 V6 K*tra. - ' - . ¦ ». p; 8 OOSj 00 Northwest- - • ' , - 0 6091162 '•-Fa. and Ohio,,,- % - ; - ,; lOOOfja 75 * anpy, . .. • J3 00014 00 RvbFloub,! ., : -v, :. - ,-9W JV hiat. Red r ,.; . - 12 20^2 30 ; WSeat, Wlflte. • - • - .^M 1 Malt, per bush - 110 Barley. ,.. .,-.. . x . , :,. -.,,,.->> - . - . 8W f less. - ¦ ¦ s - ;-, I • id 60930 00 i Mn» Mess, - , r - . \ . :K , - : . m on Prime. ' • - 24 W 'MeasBief. •¦;•¦* ¦ ¦ • ,-. - * - - . "•.':• •„ -. " .; -. : SJT80 J)4C6H.'" ' : ' ¦ ¦ • . U . ¦¦; ,.'',.. , • .; > .- '< j IbTioloapstda* • ' - * ' lT%«flgKa bonldertsalted .**:- , r . ••-. r., ¦ iiitMi ms^f'-' - 'i^!r^" . -ask ; SMrjftMtf>Mh»,V- ' - -.. • ¦ . ' . ¦ - -. ." 1 : .\4 Md»^ 1 ftsSSa-¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ .* #' •:• ?-/i-.-.- T,v.r; - h'P;lwB &...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

Tub Cakdidatkb.—So far, the following nnmed persons Jibtp R^noftpced ^hom^olvea, hj card, aa candidat es for towfy *iMm\ to tUo* decision of .w& DpmoorAtlo , P elegt^to ConrenMoftii 1 / -|) . - _ ; "' > -\ ¦•¦¦> -, 'r; ¦ '--> •¦» , • J. iAWrtno^P^Silleaaf ng. ;;, Mhi&^k^mSSf^^i'! -'^- , ' A. T. 0, Keffeivjtpadipg. ¦ ' ' , , Hehrjr Brob»t( Tulnenoocbn. ¦ > HpnryS. HottenateJo r Mnxa^wny., - ' Ricbmond L. Jones, Reading,; .' ¦ . H. Bl Rhoads, Amity , , tiHitrictAtmW Israol C. Booker, Esq.) Reading. , ' Potor D. Wanifet, Es(i: /'Reading. ' Edward H. Shcaror, l< /3^., Heathng., William'M. Qoodtttan ,.^., R^adtug „ " • County Commissioner. -*, Wmam 8. Younrf, Maiding. . Adam Fox, Rending* 1 ... Aaron Get*. Reading. :: . i; M Henry Seidfo, Reading nionatd Uoffmaater,,Reading. * : . „ „ , Sheriff'. DewaUS. KnU, Knlstdwn. Hiram ^J.Lwdwig, Amity. , . WiliaitiB.Albrfgk.CuWu. ,? Michad T, Seibart, Wometsdorf; I8$ao FranU , Tulpchoqco,q. ...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

Jen MHMf&BSBSS. ^itiK&oiin & Milt^ore' 3. :, . ¦ .. ^e | fr-2w ^odr j TniMitjk pcrfeti deartboflocal news, a^BKBttMAdatt the deuiandg for »eng*UonB or news when then [a none to chronicle. \, \ >. , , V" v v.^-iS|-' ;v-'».v" - -i ; (!u; • '' . ¦ i Uuirmsitist. Cnv*cn.~-ThU church, which hag been filosed for, iev$ral 8undayg , will be opened for' Divine service^ to-(norrow. Her. B. Peters, the newly elected fia stor, will preach morning and evening; at nb ngiial houra for s^nrices. ' ; Bmi8T.Ca(;jic«. —S«nicei may be expected in tMs chnrch to-rndrrow morning and Evening, suustuh The pastor, Her. George Frearhas just roturned from a rlgit of four t>r five weeks amongst his relatives in the lorthorn part of the State. . • I . . . • - * .. I QvAVtBUAt Uxmtoi-JntitxintA quarternr meetingfor worship, of the Society of Fj rfendg, will bo held to-inorrow|(Pir8t-day) afternpon,^ tbre^ o'clqck.ia th.e new ppet-, i/.Rhouse, 8jxfh str^Ubovo WiuWnffto...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

. FottKn DitowjiKD.—William Hover, a boy about 18 years of • nce>. who liyea with his mother at No. 830 First Hockkvp lane, left liomo on Thursday morning'on an errand. Ho nnvei- returned. Scnrcli was mailn for <bim in tho atternpon, and tho next day, (Fridjiy), and this morning, when, between Baud 9 o'clock, bis body was found in the Schuyl* kill canal, at Foos & Bihgamau's saw mill, beydnd tho West End Rolling Mill. The body was first seou. by Simon Hoyer, ft brdther of the deceaaotl, who, with' sovoraj other] young men, wero dragging tho canal. It was in ft ijerpeudict|lar position in tho water, and between tho wharf and a canal boat that was lying thoro. Simon, with tho assistance of Addison Doyle and Henry Bowman,, placed tho bod y on tho whh.rf, and tho Coroner was sont for. A short distance above tho yr.ator's edgo, on a stone,.at the point, whero. tho body was found, woro traces of blood. TI'deceased was subject to falling fits^and it ii supposed th...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

j-SiKavuR 8vigipg,i—Oi^ F^wa y . Mrs. Elizabeth Sinclair, the mother of Hugh Sinplair, and who lived with him on bis farm near Fronchtowii, was discovered hanging lifeless from tb6 limb of a treo. Her^lothes wero very wet, caused by crossing tho fields, (ind tho rail fence, near the tree, upon which it is supposed she stepped to fasten herself to a limb, was covered with mud. The deed was committed > with a half-cotton ' neck knot about heir heck. 'The tree was a amall rine. and stood about one hundred and fifty yards' from the ¦ house. Deceased at the time of her dea$, was supposed to be in f air heal% arjd Was- remarkable for her acuv]W, walking miloafler mile with apparent ease, No; reason is assigned for the committing of this ' rash act. . She left home the day previous, stating to the family thkt she wasr going to MiMbrd to spend . a day or iwb with her graridchila. She wasagro 86

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

:• O^etephafat," It will bo «*rt, U again 0n1»iBtrftwU.^7(^rrteZ. s • ¦ ' ' • : Yes i ho is oft bU wwr to tlio head waters i if Salt RiyeV i pha»ed by Oregon, Kentacky, daho; and Nbvada. He stopped in Vermont i o ask his colofed friends thero.for a Liricola najority; but he didn't get it, and he depnrtid, »,sadden»nd wiser aoimal, . \ Sunday 8ouopi. CKtBBRATioK.—The Starier'a Jones'- ahd Hover Church Sunday il chools will bold a wlebratipn on Satutday, Icpteraber 12th, 1M8, ih tleltenhcisor^ roods, about one mile from, Rorbach's or Jaglo Hotol, in District township. The 8ny-0r8*iUe Corneti^and will be present to, eniren the parade. Addresses will bb deliverd by M. W. Fritch and A. J. Long, ot M«honberg College; all are invited. Should the reather prove unfavorabloqn the above day, t wjll be held on the Saturday following, Jopi. 19th, , .. . '

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

Safe Blown Opbk andRobbbd.—Some time during last night tho ticket office of the Reading Railroad Company at Shoemakersvillo was entered by burglars and the iron safe in it blown open by tho uso of powder, The safe door was ghiyored to pieces, and' all the window panes in tho building were broken by the explosion. The noiso was hoard by n number of the citizens of the villaco, but they supposed it to bo the firing of a gun by a hunter in quest of game, The safo containoa somo $25 in groen" bncks belonging to the Railroad Company, and/Bomo$10 in silver coin - belonging to the ticket agent, John Mcrvino. Tho former was takenbut tho latter having been placed in small Steel-pen boxes, was not found, although tho boxes wore evidently handled by the scamps. On Thursday night a Bafe was blown open iu HarriBburg, and it is supposed tho samo perpetrators did it.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

, Pomob AmiRS,—Two individuals occupied the look-up loat night. " , • Thomas' Booflo Was arrested in Jluhlenborg 8troot,betweon Eighth and Ninth,ttbout mianiffht, He was so ^ ^loriona 1 ' that :ho ftbuaedhis famUj,and created a distttrbance. Offlcor Schrader was appealed to toko the model husband to aplaco of security, whore he could do.no damage. He was retained (his morning in default of- the payment of $8.25 fino, anji giving $200 bail for good behavior. ¦ C ' I' Tho other person.had been arrested also during the night, in an unfinished house up town, The hearing was not to take placo in his case uritil tho afternoon. , ¦ ' ...,. ' PaiKtb, oils, varnishes, French and American gla8S,aba a full assortment of builders' hardware, generally, at 012 Penn street, by MoGowan & Miltimore. ' • . ' 8ept6-2weod.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

v Canary Bmii8.—Tho be^t assortment of sq\iaro and fancy pBgea, bird seed, fish bone, cage books, Ac, in town, at 012 Peiin St., by McOowon & Miltimore. > • Sopt; &-2w ^od. • . . ¦ ' ¦ • ¦ " • • ' , • , ¦ _—: ? ,-A ; ¦ ' • : Extraordinary 'SuroioaV Oi-kiiatiok. — Wo wcroshown, a few:.days ngo; ft stone 6yer four inches in circumferenco, removed by P>. A. P. Cnrr, of 8t. Claif, Sehuylkill bounty, from tho bladder of n y6unt/ man aged IT years, residing in CoiUralm, Columbia county, Pa. Also ono 8} inches iu cirbumferenco, removed from the bladder of a boy, in Silver Creek , Sohuylkill county, and a dozen or so of jpebble-ahaped stones ' , romoved, from different persona. Ht. Carr porformed tho thirtieth operation of this kind last week,, and has been successful in every instance.—Journal.

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

If our friends will uso preparations forrfiatoring gray hair they ahoula ose the betfrja the market. , Our attention has lately been called to an article which nuah extensive sale and n very high reputa^on, known as Ring's Vegetable AmbroBia, and we are inclined to think that it possesses more desirable aud less objectionable qualities than any other in tho market. It restores gray or faded hair to its Original color in a roost remarkable manner, and by its invigorating and soothing properties removes all dandruff and humors from the scalp. Give it a fair trial nndyounuinnt foil to like it.-aug 181 ra Faii' And near throoghaat tho Whole Country, the newspapers teem with the wonderful cures performed by. Dr. Russell^ Magnetic Oil. CO eta.' and $1 00 per bottle. American House, Reading, [aug.i 17-tf

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 5 September 1868

Lost nts Watoh.—Kilyan Dunkle, a middle-aged man, came to Reading last evening and put up at the Keystone Houso. This morning he visited market to see tho throng of peopje and tho produce offered for sale. He carried in his vest pocket a silver lever watch attached to a gudrd placed around bis neck. When ho returned to tho hotel, after his sigbt-Beoing, ho discovered that ho no longer had his time-keeper. He had beeri relieved of it whilo passing through the crowd at market. • ' > •". The Into rains hayc^ swollen tho Btroains, moisteiied tho parched earth, ' benefited vegetation, cooled and purified -tfVe atmosphere, nnd proved a blessing in overy respect. Let us bo thankful. " , . _.-.

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