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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

,-*$?. Fred , , tanibi alresidont o.f Fairfield county,. phio, and a' soldier in tho ' w4r pf 1812,' was burned to denth on Monday a Week by falling into1 a pile of bninihg bruftli. He had applied Lth ,e pna,tch to Ws.own funeral Syre , artd ^ iaaupiiopedto^ave fallen Jntp tho; ames durldg ' an epeliptiq-nt. . -* . , ¦ •'•• ! 'i' -;V'M^ t ' vt'v^-'^^K:^''-- 1 "' V ;1 :"' " ! i . rr-A1 ?'! darke* aftoti onOthe*. gorilla three , iiinis on Wednesday At Velmon(Ikt. Grant' " iote w^^dcr^^by i 'f7;. li ; ;V :X| fi ' " 'iisio^t»p-8e«; 0> : li^- |jveV y^!)^d^ Wo^Jedcilirtn ts iiituraUzed ' ktonCfi. ; * ;

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

' - Almost A Rntlrond uisnjRter* Nash\Wk , Sept. ' 1—On ^ Thursday ovej nlng last; as tho pasacngor train on the Egofioldapd Kentucky railroad was ascend; ing .tho ridge,y th6 Bteepcst gratio in Ithd United States, the tear cQr vyhs thrown , ' off) As it' Was about to 'dospejid hito a fo. arfuj chasm, the trucks on one side caught upon protruding timbers of tho . bridge, and it hubgBusponded in the air, while tho afTriglited passengers crawled out unljarmcd. 1^ fieemed almost a tnipAculous . escapo from certain death ' . ;¦ ¦< •' ¦>¦ < > • < j j

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

Bvlclit VroApeeta of tb« Cotton Cfopi ; MKiirms , Sept. 7.—The I cotton 'fielda throughout tho southorn volley of thoMiBSis] sippiafo alive with active pickers, who aro pulling cotton while the suft shines ' . Tho pUtnjers, to atinuilato vigorous and rdpiu picking, havo nipdo contracts [with tha hands at a gtven price per pound, and tho arrangement has already bo6n productive of tho bpst results. Dcspito the worms in various parts of the Gulf Stales , the prospecUr on the wholo, are favorable.

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

jy t. a iibuu, •; ' ,,,: .. : • , < ! / >.,; '. \\ . ^ pm^ - fiS^y:-^^ ] Oftlt-c^No 8 I^orlh ' Finh lit,, RcmilnK. Particular attention paid to .curing dbeasso Of the Mouth and Qumn, such as BcurVyPreternjUural Urowth of Ourun, Alreolar Abscesses, disease' of the Alveolar process. Fissured Palates, end All diseases to which the mouth and gums are tab-. oct.. , i ¦ . v Teeth extracted without pain; and Inserted on alt material used by tho Profession. : Ofllco houft, fromYA. M, to 7 P. M. Hcut.3-ly. • , .

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

TMBI.1VOW OKMOCBAT8-Bu«0Urtg«d by Jpth* very liberal . aupport Birentane lost year by the Democratic Oonutv Convention for tho fltato Legislature, and for whloh I ntn Very thankfulI again offer myself as a candidate WI the snnte offlpo, subject to the decision of 1he next Detnocratio Delogato Convention. If nouiinatcd. and cleotodI . pledge myaellto uao every effort to promote tho beat Interests of tho agricultural, Iab6ring and mechanical olaasos of the D rict.andof the maw of tho people Bonerally, as intividuals. & ^ Respectklyy^^ 'T sr.xv Atovmvritit iHKfi'irfi. "T "'" :

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

;.TBf $reat, the Grtknd , ;th'6 Only reliable remedy for Y Rhen«hatlim , Ne' dralgia, ' lA'ni-: btgo, fiprains and Braises; Swelled Gland>,< Wf; 1ffl}*t iS«ro S^oato ^ aod pwnibfsawy , M«|ne^o OH. COW «^t ^1 00 pV bottle. African House, Kesding. [tflg. 18-lm

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

DWBLLIH0 HOUSE WANTED. A CONVENIENT Dtv-BLLINa HOUfiBis A 1 Sl?1 l f d . 1l " hln i »>"easonable dUUncoofPenn *?A # h 8 t eet *' >>otjreen , Abttme and tho first of October, by a small family. ABpli' at (be office

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

\<mimwratlo' HointtiAtlilglWh' ¦ • '¦ • ' . "' " v ..-> : - " ' • ¦ ' ' • '" " ' . ' ¦ " • ' T^e D«^o^t^)6e1e^tViCon ventlon p Berks couhtr».M«ft W/t|#' 'C^onrt House, u this pity, at foT¥1TOay. • .- * K IU Uucks , &*. *t RwUnfc, waft pi njotioh of I)»v lUester M. Naale ejected President of the Convention; Vic< IVeaidenta, Daniel Kinimerman, of Kuti tdwnand Charles Hoflban, Esq^ of Perrj township. 8e*eUrlesD»»ld Schall, o WasWngtbn Msaac Rckert, Of Rowland Daniel % Uonten flf/01«y ?: M^VTp. A Gilmerof Caernarvon. • . On motion of Dr. Chas. H. llonUr. thi names of the ideleutca wero. calledr a ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ follows; •- • • • - • ••« ¦ - >•: \ Jfoany—Henry 0. CwiU, William Heinlyi M. P. Dietrich, y ..,, ¦ « .., u.» , v Altace-Abraham Schma<^l, Benjami FolkGeorge HartmanJ' ..-., j. (,,,» :J j . ilw%—David 8chect», John Kohror Elijah pupp. - -A (¦'*;•?¦¦•-. ¦} i/eht— j ouathan Gickcr, Jouathan Reefer | JacobFeathor, '-. .: ' ' .. ' , • :.- : - o-...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

:.. ¦¦ ¦ •A butt A^k kVlc. t% ' ¦'¦' „, Son rise* :,^< ftn |8uo«>U . . 4 1 Paya's length 151 ho«r» 88 mlnut«s. . ttflti OF THK WBATHKE, 12 f'Ct.Op*: M. \VihdNVW. ~Weathcrclear. v '* / ' , ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ; \ ,\ - ,; 1 ; / • _ ^ ' .' '¦ ' . { %¦¦ f i! '. ' ' *• " ' ' sttat* oir -rtBUMoWBTeR ' . J „ , .V 7 A.M. V 2 PM. Monday, . w> I 81° Tuesday. ¦;" '• 69* . v W* Wednesday, -° ^ ! , -• ' • Thursday, _« ' _» Friday/' _<> . -• Saturday, ; —° " • ¦>— ° ¦ ... ¦ ' -«—-p-Mabkets crowded out today, - v CBOwnEt).—Maradorfa Varieties wrs completely packed laat evening with a delighted audience—^very body'in raptures. It is certainly tho best placo of unmseuicnt in Roadihir. - • -x ¦ ' r. ox itcaoingi auoniJ iuo ineuiing of tho Sixth Ward Clubat Rupp's Hotclf Front and P6iin streota, to-morrow (Wednesday) eyoning. Popular BpeakerB will doi liver addresses. Contonlll Apoioot.i—Our Bubscrib' ers will plcaso boar with us on account of tho lateness of thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

4 %% k A ' lAhIuiJU'i IIshW".? 1 ^ ¦)'¦-' *' ' ¦' ''n 111 javoqwk ok^mbw tI^tBf^, jp^"*^w * ^nw^B^i^y ^** ^ bo^jmA^,, - ^ ^ w,» ** .va w' m : ' •; ,„ ¦ - jmt£mgm m >»-t. r . Israel 0. Becker, BeMiif ^w ; - fsawtra a* hwii mvmiw Attorney, ¦ ' Durlag'tMrT|iwdM'TwBjli;Mf< Wanner ¦ • •' Mot iw oy ^ii^'^^^yy^ 0 ¦ trict (BikaylWll attdJUwttoo oOunUM) net at(^ld8prinflt||tlpiil^>i**M»eing ' able to afregi they adjo^n^ aad j net at Jane! iAf^m^&JSSSi^t, $i> nti P. Glonlttttr, of mdmOr. . ' Both am .iitt^ilitolJtaMW mp«Uve coun-^^HHffiv ^Bsii S^ E kinds. Those who fMlr* , fl»a pure article he waita upoa all Us cuitomen ta % prompt there if no danger of any mistakes ocbuiwn|ix VK<hi,*ilr h#$&<&\w?Z ^aM\ The Dootor hai also all Wnfti of toilet ^U^Jmmmt^S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

lUtk •##&&&& ;.jKW».TtW*orV .PoU nirini U bow th« order of the dt? Mnopf lb» Dooocr»t»fo our nelihbotfut toiotlw. ' As > pf?«- rtl (hint ,»treat tin rdottcr. wilb ht»d narad trlumpbtntljr, and proptt\y painted, l< lurched «b many more poor fiife hooked +p frok Hem.—t-The «umtner ««Jon»ti«w Ip Ujo grovel udbttbe nulde* of <rarb«lpTi4ooanur»r«bMteDtDf bomp with H»ht heart* and p««keU.-—-OnrhomewiT« are rery much aiarmed becMte ther« 4re no Wichti to pwttm.- Their U«g« loMi «r« *1»d of ,it|»e«uiethey wUlhaTt BoWjtwHrbilUto'pty. 1 1[ " W> are daily in receipt of, new cnbscriben. The people want to learn the troth.-——The number of pabllo ball* n»*t winter will be unusually large.—-—Bhorry wine, wllh a raw etc droppedia It, (» reeommeBded m fcetnt hcaUhy.——The hardettthlnf foralWe penon to do—do nothing. —-—The way toalway« be out of trouble it to keep trouble out of you. Oive tt' tolodf men .t »ndlt will seek congenial quart...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

TELEGRAPmO ^ SUMMARf 1 . Tuesday, Sopt. ,8. The negro murderer, Alfred Alexander, now in prison in Philadelphia for murder,! has been again, respited by djovornor Geary. His color will'probnbly save his neck. ^ 1 Tho public debt statement for Soptombor is issued. Tho total is $2,043,250,235. The cash ia th ' o Treasury amounts to $107,64,1,071, of which $02,570,901 is coin. Tho debt increased $12,000,400 during August. Tho Georgia Senate, by a votoof 20 to 15, yesterday refused to reconsider tho Debtors' Relief bjll. A resolution was offered declaring two Senators ineligible, being^ negroes, and it was made the oijdor for Friday. A bill has been introduced in tho South Carolina Senate, giving tho Governor dictatorial power to suppress insurrection. "The Louisiana-HouBO of Representatives has passed n bill vesting tho control of. the schools oi Now Orleans in a Board of Directors to be appointed by the Governor. Tho investigation of tho charges against Commissioner Rollins was resu...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

Tflu Cork Crop.—It is a subject of goner-' al remark that the growing corn crop in tbo' eastern part of Pennsylvania, and in fact! over w* whole Statedies. promise of tn uousuaUy «6o4 yield this year. ' White the Oat crop frit gathered In almost a fai%#jfp ! prodict that the yield of corn will be qnoBU-J ally Wtfean3 probably fully coraponBate for the loss in the oat harvest. . True, in tome '; parts of tittr . icp^try.jttawirn. dQos; apt look; so promising, but on the whole we think: more than an aVerage crop will bb gathered.; A WohD ' Tb ' PO8TUA8TKR8 : .-W6 WOUld C0\l tho attention ol postmasters to tho fact that when sHbspribers reft«o or pealect to; take their paper* from the office, it Ja not ' a coin-: pliance with\he law to simply return them, must w>](04 letter gifiog the rea«pn8, or he; is charjeable., Whenlho papers Are ^intply, rqtunjetfWe »haj|i pay/^ it^tibtf to tte [ mattor, aAd if any ' era nowlying in post 6r-j ficcs unciUed for, ttie postmaster-.is iequ...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

Society op FniENi>8.-vThe now m«etirig house of the Society tof Friends was openeet for public worship on. First:day morning (8i<th. inetftiit) without any c ' eremonioBinoro than U usual at the regular meetings of tho Society, 8e^raVitt>««ber8/bf tbo committeoj wpo-visit tho moot!he'quarterly, wero presentone pf whom, William ijbrisey, as assistant minister in tho Society, epoko feelinclyto thbaasomblv. ;. .. :¦' ¦ . ' ¦ ;Tne usual qnartoriy meeting for worship,. w|»8 held ct throo o'ctockin the oYidrnoon. A; general invitation having been extended to the Dublio. the house was filled to over' fl6wlng, many not boipg ablo to obtain soats, thoDgh chairs and fOHOB wero borrowed to fill tip all the available space, j ' After nn impressive Bllenco of moro .than feolf an hour, William' Dorsey ; arose and addressed the people for nearly an hour, dwelllpgonfhe p lain truth ' s of ChriBtiauHy as ' exemplifiedin the teachinRs and prapiice.of j Christ and his disoiple...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

Tub foundation Tor the tfew school) bnlld» ingin Kfm street, above'Nfath, has been commenced. The building will be 7Ob/ 88 feet, and when finished will be quite an ad« dition>,thatjpart p^e ,tow,ii., i}{ . j Hakd CauBnBp.—This nu>rnin* about BJ o'clock, Mty Hmr H' cM , t'^rakeman while coupling cars at the new depot, hat Ms hini'tbtnb)y < CTdBh?d;'A. doctor >w tent fpr} i»,tho meantime tK* wpund.eause< tho $uiTerO y W.p^aloSna lOM Selldo*/ ' i ¦ I I I ' II* " ¦ - ' 1 CoiiucM^fe' KrWriiiV' th '^t rsdo of the Harugajl yesterday"Herman!* liodgo No. 2," shojild have been Hermann Udgo No. H I Goetho'Lodgo ahbuM bo No. &4&MS|tt$W by mistake. . , vi :, |,,| , ' ¦ " ! Tub beautiful Hose CarWflgoof tho Nomsink boys was put.intp. eoryipe last night.' TheV "sKoved" Hhe old carriago into tho' yard, adjoining'thoirhoueo. "we " brie ' sorry they liUa to put, bid hose- <6n their 1 " now carriage, nnd hopo, Wp lone, thoy will bb nblo t...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

TIKE #A*lil? ?EffiL^ KjlM. , Ari ¦ ^Jr^ */,i ]%AJ-\ i: 43 *¦*'*.¦? MR^T te»|TIO»~lV I.»,.Jfr; j Dj Ij.—Qr» , meet Fourth, 71,tfo. i5 $ • ms&&!&t? Greetf, meet Fifth 74, No, 1. { ¦ ¦ • iwpjMfHffMUfj i r K*ijkria««FonHb,8 / No.7i ! ? • - BrowatneetSlttb, 71, No. 1. ' ' Ked t meet Foarti. 7K No. 2. .i Parplo, meet Siartji, ty No; 2; . Bcpt. 7-6t: ¦ '^ ' ¦ - ¦ /¦; ' . \ . j W* will bo much pleased to have the ftacretries of. r o^aD|Bj*to.ugh^t^lg6| in^ gend tij/the procSedioM of tk& ttpeltog^ \Yedc«rothem for pwWio<tlpj»> >' ' ¦ '. • ? j Tub second ,MndW^ni4 oj the Miscbarfic' g Band will take 1 £la< <0 At Uuer'a Parfc on Saturday oext, S^W, 1 ?^ V&fyty cents. ' /?".! ' ' .J___ _V_lil • < «et. B. P. ZwRriio . ofthftfd&Mftinatb a harvest homo sermon in the St. Johh' churchat Hamburgnext'SundaV, September 18th, at 2 o'clock in the,afUrjiopq in the German, ana at 7 o'clock iri too evening ty tho E...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

PpMoh ArrxiRB. Eleven individuals bunked in the station. houso last nightthree of whom had been arrested. The rest were lodjr.or.ait hr-. ^[ ' \%f^ <¦¦ ., • ' - lfi 'i'-; '• J'Jfimea Maguire vaanrrested by 6filcor ScUrador at the Koyatono Hous^, about 12. O'clockmiddight | jvboro he \ras creating a' disturbance. Ho had taken a drink arid had refused to pay for it; smashed the glass into a thousand pieces (moro or less) on tho counter, nnd broke tho marble s|ab. The police' requestedhim to; cool ! down; pny for his drink and behave lijco a man. put he only roved the more, when he was qgrostcd. Ho was so wild that it. required threooffieors and two pair of nippers to convey him to tho lock-up.i ;Hq tor>,off the "8tar",^foieof thol Officers', and l broko' it I and aftor being placed behind tho bars ho upsot the benches and abused the lodgers; Ho acted the mad-i ' man , Fined $4 25, and retained in default of payment of it. ' Two youngmon, morabers of a string band: we...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 8 September 1868

A Nmr WRiHu^r-ShirteollaJa and dickeys aro now madeof wobdT The same material that furnishes wood papof for'walls is be p| pressed into, sertlbe *> material for collars and shirt bosoms. TBoUolerango of material has been ''gono thrduth." First steel came up,o then inmirnWer.pThe W^el played ont; aiUr, }fc, fh«d cuvthreo*meii's *J>ro»ts: the wbber fielded tfie dayafter it had haTf suffocated seter>l meUjyUapii't^acent- and sulphurous odor. ' . Tie latest in-TenUonconsUUofdiok,eysana ihirt collars ¦ " • . " ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ) ' - i i' ¦' ft11 ! i_ - ' - '

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