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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

FOB OOUHTt 00MMI8SI0NEB W K have been authorUed to announce tho name el WilllMtt 8. Vmtwr, u a candldate for County Oomntifiloner. subject to the J«- clilon of tho Deaocratio Deltgate Convtntton. i aft-tf . • ¦ • . ¦ '. . ...-' .

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

' ¦; 0Mft* ' Exctrwiwir ,ix B«ks—Atais-¦tt Siwivq New Wo»M>a to Cosquer.^ tke EAOWjertcrdty wH stated th»te«T«ftl proraiQent citizens of this place bad been BummariU broug^V before the^pof«ri(11i» pnnwh, Bhd that othtrs ' were; Ufcjslirt6b» in the same nnpleasant predicament Miortlr. Tho fKcts have trtnipirVd, and 4<ho world trembles befow the prowo.^ of the Macedonian King: v! - j'\ ; • ¦•' ¦ Georgo Washington Aleian4or-rwe don't know whether ho is a relativo of Julius Cwsar Hannibal or pthcrwiso-rbaa goneht and found another world t6 conquer. tl«i has invaded the Gibrnitarpf Democracy with hostile intent, and captured tho mighty chieftains thereof!' - A' : .•.;-.. It appear^ that said Alexander wa<» removed ir<W th& position of Assessor of In* 4\ir»nl itnvAitnn ^nrnmirlv kft PaWoiW in i\\\* district, because he , tho said Aloxnnder, had fallen under tho notico of the government 8tnclliug comiitittce. who had discovered a S'cry largo , rat in...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

HP ' VMf fat ietwlgiii TV»tUoh«| Rar - koh«( B^^;immsi Mk%v^ Fror tBit«,wafca«uW»lrA ^ \ pMiy 'k^^mm W^'^*^^^ tiUTn-4 aim «r. 'lW»ru« rJa^^h<|r. %b<it Ow mwu «; . !«S4tw«»^"» f%M» WBmU MtttMtl OMtHtiObK iWjMS^eiriK : u ill iiiHN>n/ | <lu!h/t>]r il(nfi« <i<t»i\W «iii>li.i.(t.vi> ^ 'l- lt^'^wr^VUy W^^ .MVaHfviiijvilK- .(»..i rhtln-ly i^»1(*i (W (i> tiM^ai<*Mti()Mii'iVlt;. 11 .» iWwv'm tiV tho >ii1uU. YliAuMivUtiKttcro^ftil <¦>-.•. 1. > ¦«ify<yt ; «iil»«n [MK*;i>iftVfjf(ti.!i^iW*rt .Mut^r tvi , ' .j»kqjit' h«1i«ttft;rvi ofltatW^AAffftiiut^J^vi*^ » . ' ' • \ iK'.'tiWIii^lVoxi:' ' .*?!?•.«> Ot*- " , ' ." «•)•) I>v t»U Pit eplfi * * ' . . ' .' / ' ' ' Cvln 'Tr oMle^lU^M^Vi^s Nip Ori Iff MmSOttTft KW,«tWB.Wfft»m iirtth '\ SXDDLBRY r &P..» Ac.. Ac > *«• i'« til-*- * ' -. .'"-. •¦¦;- '. - ; r P "' ' ; f I-*: *" J; . - ¦'. « ' CQlfKiE...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

A Leap Yeah Pip-NiC—A Leap Year Pic-Nic, gotten up exclusivel y by a number of ladies of this city, was givoh at Col. Feather's Eplirata Mountain Springs Hotel, on Thursday. The train left Reading at 7o'cloclc A. M., in charge of Mr. A. B. Lowis, one of tho most polite and gentlemanly of Railroad Conductors, and arrived at Ephrata at 8 , tho rido up being a scene of continuous joy nnd hilarity; but On reaching thoSprings tho real festivitiekof the day commenced. Numbers visited the observatory, from the top of which they had a uiagniGcont view of the surrounding country, which opened out in gorgeous panoramic array at their feet for many miles. Tlio £>/>/>ir/> ftf tht* Pip.Nio TOno flint, tlm nan. tlemcn were permitted to do nothing. Tho ladies,obtained tho partners fbr tho different dances and attended to everything else, ' even to the payment of tho railroad faros. The Susie Waa furnished by Wittich's Orchestra, id It could not easily havo boon .exc...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

mwm maE rijAt I *T>« - W* • WI f IJIWTC <W>l©ns "^i-The beneOU of tjjVtftotmtolrtertfo now falljr retlUed, »fldlfe# of dn> merchants would dispense with ilka longa* heat and dust have their W» *flM*J >« ' W^! cttl error which made toe-. Wojrd "Infernal" rod for «I»tem»»i » "tWPjjW to the W nue, wasn 't so for from the re»r truth as roteht \fi- "—rI im *?\!i %atre qOjnlqno win be crowded tonjght. > ;Qo early/- | ¦¦ : An inebriated darkey ftado a grtat deal ©/ happen to cotoo along tbftt way, and conge-. att«nOfS«-Wtt W^Wis4 T i --Tfcto»A dnewIW nJ OH wo-creatlng surauiors, nhyriciini eav, we b tvyo MM year*. Bilin' hotrcertttinly. —*—Ino census man is niak \ ing his rounds, a»king»U sort* ofauestloris a* to ngo, avocation. «c, Old maids, especially) l' nv0 ° decided abhorrenco of him. . r-Swcet potatoes oro In market, but very jrflr .. -Snorry's popular dramatic troupo w |j| Wait Reading' Una fall.-r——Fornale coolii nro c*Hod the bekt bec...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

1868 \ SUMMER. 1868 BUCHi&RROTHER, JVIH open a Largdand Select Stock of NEwmaasi To-morrow morning, at • ' . NO. 643 PENN STREET, j READING, PA. tQr Lkvi G. doLKMAH , Cutter. *«» ¦ ' ,, HisStpfikpf •:-.- _ .,?./,.;; NEW.;^i|tt ; (Kip ' Were flelec\ed in the Oity'bf New; Voril, and / will be disposed of at prlce&far be-,,, , ¦ low! thpae of iiny othoif es- v . ' :} t ¦in , ^bliBhment the , , v;, ¦' .: . ' '* - -^^ : - /•¦ . Qtntiemeri'i ClotMny madetofirder ' : .-j (: >•¦ •¦/!• > ¦;) ' ¦: '*¦ "' * !l > ^! '' Boys' Clothing cpngfatitl yloh hand and made to order. ' ' ,-Tho Stock of^ Furnishing Goods is ' deoide-dlj ¦ the beat knd'most extensive in the. t city. Call, see nnd satisfy. iThe id ere f*otx)f having the strvtoes of the ceU« Irrated cutter, Mr. Levl 0. Cor«-nj»rt, l»*ufSdt«flt l^utranted th»t>ll f*rment« will be rtiwle U^ In ' thW b)Mt ttyle and latest t»M<ti$ X Remember ';: ' v " : ¦ ¦¦¦ ' : !• ' '' . ' < .....

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Akotiikr Fizzlk.—Radicalism scorns to bo on Us last lego in thin city. For a night.or two past, two or thrcolsuspicitiusly dhcepish individuals havo boon chaluftig oti tho pavoments the wonderfully niysterioun characters "P. It. L. I. 19 , " which everybody know the meaning of. viz; that tho Plundering Lrt/. Loafprs tvore colled upon to meet at "No. 1," the United States hotel, On the 19th inst. , Tlio Radical daily organ called upon the Outcast, Miserable, Plundering. Lazy Loafed thrdtigh its columna, nnd also snrieked for a meeting at the "Yoonyun Leejr," headquarters, to form a company of Invincible ' s. The night came, ' and the O. M. F. u. L. turned out in force, every nicmber being in lino. Tho ^' crowd" consisted of a fife and two i drums, a transparency, two men and a Chief Marshall bcsia. es four of'fivo little ragged boys in the rear to do tho yelling. The immense procession passed up and down Ponri street, but failed to capture a single recruit, nn. dreturned discoufa...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Ohkat , Svc(!K89 I—Great Svok'ERs 1—, Those who have not visited Mnrsdorf r Vnric'tic . ? , should not fail to go and witocss tho ' success of the now facc3. Grand change of programmo, and. the best place ofnniuscmont in tho city. ' ^ | It.* AauoK pr twoof tipo watermelon &t noon , ft saucer of tip-top ice cream in the evening, nnd a good , -sound sloop, nt night, aro nil a person can relish now-u-duys, I'Ii ' ib is quo of Chnrley Ruler's romedioa to kecj j peoplo from falling into lethargy during this season of tho year. Go to see him, nt Sixth and Franklin streets. : a21~2t* --^ « .... - ¦ * : Caught : iff a .Tiikksiuko Macihxb.— Yestcrdftjy ; afternoon while Lovi L. Haiti, residing liv Lower Heidelberg Towirehip,was engaged in*threshing, his son, who is ubout ton years of age, had been employed in driving tho horses , had his loft foot caught accidentally by tho horse-power nnd severely injured. Dr. R. D.Wciirldi, of Wcrncrsville, was immediately called to his aid, wh...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Nover, Ciiaiuii*—A charge of a rather novel character wna made/yesterdny. beforo Recorder Gilviii, against a citizen .of Berks county, who is charged with, conspiring with Commissioner Rollins to effect tlio removal from oflico of George W. Aloxander, Collector of tho . Eighth District. Tho nrrest was made on a ' warrant issued by a Berks county magistrate., and tho Recorder held tho accused to bail for his nppearanco in that county.—Phila. Ledger of this morning. Ffiu, Qn\~This morning about 11 o'clock, a man drove up Penn ulrqet with a load of atonos. Ho sat 011 aboard placod on the front part of tho wagon. When opposito tho Ea()i,k office tho teamster suddenly rolled off his seat, " on which he was perched, to tho ground. Ho wna top-heavy. The horses were stopped, and ho again clamborcd on the wagon and drovo on, with his bond bobbing round—now hnuging;on one side, now on tho othor.' 1 Tub Lambs' Pio-sic at Lauer's Park on Monday is looked forward to with much interest, and...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

o.wii»«iT.iijT. ttlmuWMim ^*»liwaiiftifta* : *- " '. ' ' O*»ho»r» ftt^**. M. to8r.¥. ' ' X,jprhurtoleiMju 1WJ 1 "Wi J«el««t«», ¦ 4o M* 8hdlUr. Ov 'fetV VaeWtaK ¦ tfcto ' ftett^UjirW A ll kM« or Motwrtf u*tft)tlouord»MM«ty|r««tnt«j>«ije¥ut«y to Ktoek iutti«»M>0oMi Nwue* ¦ Mrnt«»lW(d««lJH SSftmtrlu t» me**! woHhy of the MteBUoB-ef ItanenaMl oUwrtkat* (Brfr*t-clM» dwellbnt •Jwe* , tenti nt oUe» U«ltMIH>UU HUH VI WWfMltM DIUV WW VWip for lM«m» ttWy«u^^|»3l TOfSwIfwill for Policy Mutnnrer nea renewed or w&eaUutranoM ejre tnninnt« front other ftMariiteji . The 'eUUeM ,of BeiUBf u« YielaUyTlUlietto Bow Uje prmle t* ofeimww Ufttr fiianIMiln » ome tnslltutton. well ornmuea, with nuNtw l>»la, la »nd tuiurkntew oftpltikU 'tocMttutur M itron» » w»l« oTteevrjUrai . tmt oXany otnir .ooac fomo itoruoB oftfie ItfttiumtpudmlaiunmeM, In ciNulatjon »t ^nje. will b^j«ir««Ut«d by all. 1 8. B. Ancoma, SeoyanaTttu. , Ounei0-u

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

LOCAL NOTICE Dr. Light has just roceived a largo lot of pure, fresh drugs and medicines, of all Kinds. Those who desiro tho puro article (and who docs not'/) we would adviso thorn to go to him. His prices are rcasonablo,nnd he wait ' s upon all his customers in n prompt and gentlemanly manner. All prescriptions nro put np in the most careful manner, and there is no danger of any mistakes occurring. / Tho Doctor* has also all kinds of toilet articles for ealo,—oils, washes, soaps, brushes, combs, &c, &c/ . . ; Remember the pkcc4No.il'North Fifth street. I aug 21-1-w. ' It is not probablo that ' Absalom was obliged to uso any hair preparation to forco his hair to grow to such an extreme length &8 it is said to Hyp attained. In ^ our day, however, peop le quite frequently find it necessary to call scientific skill to aid. thorn in this respect. Such will find thoir overy wish supplied in "Bafrett'6 Vegetable Hair Restorative."--Davenport (Iowa) Democrat....

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Pomck AvPAins.—Two arrests wore inaclo by tbo police force lasttujght. Charles M^Cnuloy^Waa arrested by officer Lawrenco at Sovcuth and Franklin ntreets, about OJ o'(flock. 1 Ho was ^rocking " dloifg with too much bailout—-ho was also oxposing his poraon. Upon the officer advising him Jio "mend his luanners." tho roply ho received was very laconic—-"go to. n-rll." This morning at tho hearing Charloy stated that ho was sorry he had behaved so badl y. He had couie to Rending off and on during the last 20 years, and his conduct had never before been bucIi as to warrant an officer to arrest bim. ' Ho had yesterday met some friends, and[tobk a "\Vee drop too much,". Pined and difiolmrgod. ' IJenjnniin Maokoy was arrested by officer Clay about 0 o'clock lust ovening, in South Fifth streot. Benj. was in u benzinic condition. / Ho was noisy and a nuisance on tho titroot, and when ho was arrested ho fairly fiquoalcd, ' which ,cau.sed tho cplloctipn of a hundred or n>oro)5oreoii8 a...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

MKKTlKd O? LODGE» AND AsSOCIATIOXC—The follow&ig named drganleations wilt hold their regular stated meetings this (Friday) evening t j ., " . • ' Angelica Council No.Dl, 0. 0. A. M», lit Springvillo, Cuiilru townnhip. ¦ ¦ Seminole Council No. 88, O. U. ' A. M., Fitth and Washington. : . r . Reading Dogrco Circle, B. U. (H. F.) C. A., Brotherhdod Uail, Third and Poun. llennonn Lodge , U. I). 0. H.^ Ycagor's HoyaT tomplo NoiMawnic tie* *0 3 ^ , Pennstreet. ' ,' Mt. Penn £<Jdgo. No. Ci>, K. of P., Odd 'ftitoi' M . \ V Wnshlngton CampNp. »? t . P. O. J. S. of A.^ "Munlonborg. Mansion , " Fourth and Pcnn streets. Reading Encampment No. 43, I. 0. of 0. F«ntOdrt . Follows'IlnlJ. . * . ,. . ! . Mahatawny Encampment No. " 162,1. 0. pfO, F.i at Plcasdntvfllo. ' » Hamburg Encampment No. * 100,1. 0. of 0. F., at Hamburg. ,;

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

I) . Ii.-rlsrown, moot 8ucth, 8, at|No. 2, ftluo. moot Sixth, 8, at Kb. 1. Red, meet Sixth, 8, at No\ 1. : Pnrnlo, meet Sixth, 8, at No. 1. White, moot Sixth, 8, nt No. 2. BIftck, moot Sixth, 8, nt No. 2. -\ Gray, moot Sixth, 8, at No. 1 ' . mig.ap.» ,. .. ., \} ¦ DkORKE OP A. M., CONKKHBKD.—At tllO late annual commoncement.of Pennsylvania College, the degree of A, M." wna conferred upon W. M.'Kightbiyer , Esq., 6t this city. Wtiiqa is the worst sin, for a nowspaper to state which fire company ia first ata ure , or for another paper to steal tho editorials of ft neighbor, and palm them off as origyjal? , , ¦ ^ \ , A. Qband tfrflo Pio-Nio will take place at Military Gordon, foot of Fourth street, tor/iorWwjivenlpg. All lovers of fun aro invited. There will be « band of muslo and daneingv , See . advertisement, r ¦• ¦ . :-

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Akbjved—thygrcat Astrologiat I Coma UaUn to wh»t have to *ay. ' " 8 > !?S l itte!J t?JW^r»t X nave to w. . , > YdVII tnlfik Of uifBimoftituradfty." Describes the powon who loves you; never fails. . By redunst of many I will remain this weokrno lbngei. Residmiuo at Hiss- Ty son's, No. 488 Sputh Soycnth street. aug4(HU$ ? ' , * . " ' ' • Qe6r6k Hajib! " . . ¦ "' —J-;—i ' ». .,. , . • \ . ;. " ^i ' ¦ , %t y^-Why.doii't the Radicals take up sopio of the bets ' offered by Democrata on thpcleltiont ' ' ; ¦ , . . Why don't the "loil Million^' turn out ftt tho P. L, L. mooUhgs ? Tlio only millions present lnst night were the "watermillions" or tho 8idowalK,in front of tho headquar ter^ a«d they required, close watching ot somo of tuwu would liavo been misging, And wh y don't tho Yoonyun Lccg light up thdir fion-transparency, 6f tho two colored w«n in front ot thoir head quarters? Want toknow? ¦ ¦ .

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

jyrw fcjr. .vi-lkiimjb^" ; : - ; ; -. ' ¦ ' ' • i . . IIm rt'tooved to ' \ Ko. IS Npftlj SlKth «tre<*, tne monremm4 rateral forL»dIe» an^UhUdrcii'a Int. ^od work ana pttri^tw* warranted. | pON BAttlNa WOEKS. ! ^VfJSNBOPOBR^mR, Court Alley, below Fifth Streot, • < (In the rettr of tie Fanners' .National Sank) 4 AtiSO®,PMB?ABS0 SCOATTEND TO ALI ( ,Jn»^riVn« an a Ihe oom^ojilty In lenewl.Mi l erate* i IiBWIs N£UIH)£HWHR » ; S&»k- . • • ' • ¦ 1, • •

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

SEWND EDITION Buririses ,; . „ 6 201 Sunsets ^ . 6 * ) Days's hntfb IH hour* ao,minut*». « — •—"- . i • s . . ' 6TAT8 pF THKRMOMKtEB. 7 A.M. ?P. M. Monday, , 63° 82° Tuesday, 72 3 8»» . Wednesday, M° »8» Thursday, 78° Bh° Friday, 72° ' 80°., Saturday, ¦ *• — •• -°

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

^XUMMNG. 0« s and 8 $ *&% Fi t,t in g I EDWARD «0OTiLj NO. JO, SOtTTH BTPTH STBEEJ,v • BEfl4' tBAVB.T0 A&»\)tiKfittfl&nKSaK^i ions of Read(ng »nd ' ( vldntty, UriK h« attfyMa /VLyHUKA/ ' aAsij^^Mifjifvi^fRtt, Atthortnotlee. Allworkdofie,|fUiirahte id. None but the belt workmen employedi. *.. -.. ¦ - ; ¦ ¦ v.v ¦ • T AU6i»jot ofJwt-oUB ph j &fle««irt , : ,Brwk|wi Unnttoi, 'Batb Tub*/Water Closet?, Bpllou* io,, alwaya on hand and for sale at thelpWeJ itttffi ' , A «nare of th,o publlo patronage If re peoUSlly solicited. * • ¦ • ¦ :? ¦ . if . '¦ ,1 ir» % v/; ; i.| 01 \ Juno' 8««n ' : r , V j : J • .'-WWAbDWUIW. 1

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

, ' Paints, oil and building materials will be found cheaper nt J. L. Stichtcr'a thannt any other house in Reading. j lS-tf ,. Iy our friends will use preparations for restoring gray hair they should use the best in {ho Vmorket. Our attention has lately been called to an article which has an extensivesalo and a verv high reputation, known as Ring's Vegetab ' To Ambrosia, and , wo are inclined to think that it pbHSCiwes. mpre desirable and less p bjeotionnble qualities than any Pther In the>arketj^ It rentotes gray or faded hair to it« pr«i .o«J,coK>r in ft.^sf ;re« markablo rjomriner; aifd by its invigorating aiwI Bppthingt)r<)pertie8re / rnovefl all dandrufl arid ' ¦ humors from the' scalp,. Give it'a fair tnal nnd you cannot fail to like it. hug 181 m

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Resphbd WoRK.—The workmen under the employ of the Migb Coal and Navigation Compoay iayo tesumod work.and the strike is At »a end. The *rien havo acceded to tho P'opojpon ra&de to tUom by |te compa* ny. Th6 arrangement is as fellows j. Tne men commen $e wojk at sovon o'clock a. ni., and Coutinug until noon.forty minutes being hen allowed them for dUer. ^After dinner the work la resumed and cOntirAieS'utitirBix o dock , except on 8aturdays ,^ri they stop work at four o' q lock. The liea, by this wrangemwit , work eixty hours per week inm*A of aixty.four ,a8 under the lold- arrangemenu Wo are ple^d to learn tUat the difficulties have been settled to thnfullsaUsfa q.' x>on of eft parties concerned,—Alkntoun

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