ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Reading Eagle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 12,731 items from Reading Eagle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
12,731 results
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

NEW MEAT MARKET. (TP1IB undersized has oponed a now and hand J. BOmo Meat Marketconsisting of Fresh iMeat Dams, Shoulders, . Driod Beer, Bolognas,!, Bee Tongues, 4o. .. PETER N. BOYER, No. 628 Penn Street. ' . apl« ¦ "rriSlVtHO OAHDS, . ' BUSINESS CARDS, ' / . ¦ . ¦ . WEDDING CARDS, Ac, s, ' of all kinds, mny bo had at the Eaolk Oflioo. ' ; ' Elootrotypcsfurnbhod if desired, v : All cards will be done in the moat beautiful mannerand at the lowest rates* Apply at tho Eagle Bookstore. .^ iy|B8. j: V. DIEUL^ ¦ lias removed to No. 10 North SIxtb Street, Where she Will keep a full line of Trlm ' ijnlntrs . ^Ao., tho most reliable Patterns for Ladles and Children's clothing. ,?atUoularattentionpaldtoCloak-mak« Int. Qoodirdrk and porfect fits warranted. «prltf •¦>• "¦¦ • • - . -I- • ¦ ¦

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

MOTZp & H0KJ3'S| (Formerly A. Bookmuehl's). 1 ' FKE^CQNGERl SALOON, UNDER THE POST OFFICE, , ! Reaopco, Pa. HAVING bought out Mr. A. Bookmuehl'a Sa-, loon, under tho Post Offloothe uddenlgued, announce that they will oontinuo the business under the above firm, and provide oil the . vntietlea of entertainments for which this ptaoo is oolebratod, Ariit I' I , Free Concert Every Evening i AND - ¦ LUI^OH EVERY MOENING. - Soliciting n continuation ofthe patrotaogo of an appreciating publio, thoyaro Very Respectfully ^^ a4-lmo. Dantjollloke.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

SpliBls;; y«tsaleril*at.;am<^A0K BOOKWOam «' ¦ ? w. ' (flw*' • 8m

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

LnUMpVAL! BEHOVALtl BARTO'S LIQUOR STORE. Has been removed from the Keystone Building to' the new and elegant store, , ' c NO. 437 PENN ^fBEET, ' Where customers will find a very large stook ofthe bost and purest ^ WINES, BRANDIES ,/ WHISKIES, &c, evcroffercd to the publio of Reading. All th proof of the above thnt is requiredjs trial. A share of patronage is solioltcd. •! TOBIAS BARTO.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

QOA OH MAKING I . . COACff REPAIRING! c. hJhessler, Sixth St., between Washington & Walnut, Respeotfully atinounces that .he is prepared to do all.work in his line w|th despatch. The ezperienoe of many years will be used for the benefit oj 6is patrons. Tho torms will be the best that can o given by any Victory in the city. 1 COAjCfl R^PAIRINGI Coach repjiirlns of every kindas well as BLAC SMITH WORK, attended to at short notice. JanSltf O. H. UBSSLBR

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

¦j^rOWBT WASTED. , ^KMONBYlv'ANTEDi - BY'TJKB. OITY ai? RBAblNO. ThenndersUtned.Comniltteoon Finance ofthe Corporation Of the City of Beading, having been aut£orl«ed to borrow the sum of: ¦ ' . •• ' ¦ ¦ . ; SEVENTYBTVE. THOUSAND DOLLS. for th«" purpose of enlarging the Water Works, ol the said Styhereby give pottce that they are propared to isSuo Certificates of juoaDbearing six per cent, interest, to parties desiring to loan ttoney to the ctty/jApply to either of the andorsigned, or te WllUam HeljM«elcb^s<u^r^asup»r/ " . -i *' v ' OjmnllttMonJHawof :

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

FUBNISHING UNDERTAKER, ¦ " • i ' " ' ''• ' , No. 329 Fenn Street. : / i ' ¦ • " . j . A Mi kloda of Coffins furnished at short notice fLFunorals attended in town or country. Entire attf ntton glvon to tho business. aug23-lw B. 8. MILLER. Agt,

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

JRON RAIIOTG WORKS. \ LEWIS NEUDOERFFER , i Court Alley, below Fifth Street, ' (In the rear of the Farmers' /rational Bank) I AM NOW PREPARED TO ATTEND TO ALL my friends and the commnniffir in general, whe may need anything in my lina. snenas making IRON^BAILINO. LOOKS. KEYS. HANQINa BELLB, RBPMRINGLQUKS.Ac v All repairing attended to at the shortest notice. Charges modm »awn • , ' :. ¦ .- • ¦ . ¦ . ¦

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

CEMETERY LINE THE LINE OF CARRIAGES . : FOR TUB CEMETERY Will leave: Fifth street and Cherry alley every hour ofthe day, commencing at one o'clocjt, nntfl furtherordets. ; THOS. H00U & BR0* <

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

MI8CELI.AHEOV8 ^ClfY HOTEL, SOUTft SIXTH 8TEBBT, (Near Penn,) READING, PA. . VOkOhargos moderate A. 8, ESTKBIiT, Proprietor. augetf - ,

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

jnff #*kl* *# *• preMtiVto tffi' jpeopte! ^ B«rkj «^f ' to^»y,^one«m|nenUy " ma**? ^^^mM|o mm IbMr>Bdal datles honestly, faithfilly, *nd fitfc aredit tojUtoittMhw wd to thf coonty. tf&wot Uieaa have alwte^ filled important l^aidMi: of publiotnuV and. they have ^vrt aitislictioja to . those 1»ho elected Uiem, i^nd^e know that those jnewly. ,nominated will do the tawe.' We bespeak for the whole ticket the hearty and unanimous rapport of ||he Democracy otiBerks county, and We h6p^ the niuaji De tooijraiio majority will be JlflcfeMed by several thonsauds. ¦ ¦¦ ¦ . - ¦ , ' . ¦ . ' ¦; ¦ |Th* hiirmoniou« action bfthoCohvenUon Wki ;>&' ittspicions omen of ;«ucce»s.' itthe defeat*) (' candidates accepted the result grweftilly, and all seemed resbWelto.work for the general good, tab toigl fe>he entire ticket ageiorons and unanirooui support.. ; We have nothing to^say in detraction of tU candidate* of the opposite p»ity> except' idg that they w...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Hooflands 'Gennan Tonio. Tkt Great Bmtdie* fbr All JXatem oft\t Mm, Stmuk, or Mgutin . Hoofland's German Bitters < _ ¦ . ' ¦ ¦;¦ ¦ -tt' -'' v.>'¦>¦•; %¦ " . • • .' ¦ ..! • ., taeoupbMd orth. tttWiuloe* ftrij they ar«n«|. Ictuallyjemei iS^t^y of .Kwtsti*Ox, Ul} B»tk»,^Ini»pwpa^|4 Uonhlihbrwnc*pu» i ted and •nuwur A**Xl/r«ti» qwoJEmio qifin*. mr#(V<l »#<HlMI» • . ' ¦¦ \y ! t/5 t"i 1 >, T,f ;• .-^ • HOOFLAND'aQBttMAN TONI0 faa^mblwawpf aU thelnmdl .wtasfUkeBl^ tejrt, with tbo purest qnallty of octata Qruilbm. *^T>Mij^V^ffl^fll>>> ft^ <)'frViK l rlff l \Jf)I^K |1|Ti> thj ' adWIJtt«»»WmM» ,:•;;• .;• a y •< . , . ', - - * - HOQpLAN&a GERMAN BITTBR3, ?thbiia who have no objection t<>tt»* ' c««Bt)toiUft» of# aBU^r#,a#«^, i i«rl^.^ i.t ,,. ; / ! ' «0^jbAK^!» ' lSfl(l|(4:if«TONloi" ' HTiiey»M ' ' faoUi Mttkllv food. Wd eontaln tt» tam« mewiwu vitiue*. loecnoioe Dowoentnttw* R...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

.... . .. ^ ...-. . . n , »¦! ,', ) .> . ; . yn.; '.f.-,y i ./.)y; ¦ ,;.;.''.* - S.i- .i'y.V., TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY |l8i^^^fe • .V VWKDKWtoAT, 8«pi. Or " ^^^ nJg^oia-Houraon Mo6d^.|ine|al| ; a(,Dcwb!»*t^1^%wbor aa»noligib|, ^4pk Mftfafatyi Radical contes^)t,>«t »#e? ^[n^ally r«con8S4ered its acUon ind rjro tJdc^ |br ^b^; ' 0|i§WQ«l 'i' . ' .. • . " ' ¦ ' 'M - ' - "^' : ' : Tho Georgia Senate haa passed a HomeaUjai bill, qxomptih^ $^K» - wprlU oj: p^op-Mir. VWttijinw, ono of thb newljr elected Circiit Jndgdii ih^ fidiith CarjOUna, hw de i cJined the. office. , ., ., , Tli© MnsswjhusettaR^puWteio Convention will meet to-day. It is thougU Mr. Claflta ^ will bo nominated for Governor. _ ;¦ . .' ¦ ^ '* ThoNovado* Democratic Convention met on Monday, and nominated P, AndVrsonfor; Governor. . • ' ¦ ., ¦ . , y, • ¦ ' '' , Hon. John Trjmblo haa been conwais-Bioned as, Judgo !of tbo Snpreino. Conr^ in Tsnneeseo., GerietaJ Duncan Jjas been, iro-Ue^od from command at Nasbville....

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

f\P' . ' . . ' . • • . ¦ . ¦' ' •' ¦ , ¦: '. . . " .. -?¦ '} Vf" • :#-. *; . ¦ ^VK- '-V nf ¦ ¦ .^IllABiN.lfGWsi . A.. •"' • ./ :' - ¦^" .v ' - .V.^. ji '¦ - • • . > . $. ~ ' . ' ' ( ' ¦ AT THE' ¦ y / t " uklON JEWEtttY MA^^PACTOIVY i.O' i - -and;; ' ,,;.; >. ' . ' " . t -/ i-m. BADGE DEPOT. is. : ¦„.,;-¦ ¦ •;./-; .: v.r;;, * WO, MM6i*HHr#tt8T., ' • ¦ . j t t ' = (Next door t<» tho Kvenlng:DUi>»M!hOI9«».): 20,000 Campaign Badges! DEMOORATIO AND RHPllBLIOAN. . Direct from the Eutietn and otK»r»»nt»ft«itorle». which wo can ««H »t NewYork prlwbjrthou* Bandhundred or, doien. Thur »je (btnutu* dortment *vn owr^dfoirj^io to ihotllp otVMdi inghaving oter«n« hundred MlffywnlMtWrM, eaoh aa Medats, Pin*, 8Ie«v« Battonr, 8t«4» « «• Good AgeMa wanted—* [good tfmehtagt a* . . •- ,• ' • ¦ lowed * ' ., ; • ., OiiARcUU price* nn ttmxji 10 cenUto #4 00, P«tsons will do wojltottro u*»o k1( beforo purcnunk elsewhere . . . . . ' .•,; '- . " • ¦ << 8O0IEX...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

. Tub peoplo of Pennsylvania hard paid one iuitlibn, oao hundred and twenty thoii*- and, four hoadrfid and eixty-nino dollars moro for rtlne yearjpf Radical law-making than they did for nine jff&raof Domoorattc 1/iw-mftking-Tor an avorag« of one hundred and tvrenty-fivo thousand dollars p(!r annum moro for Radical, than for Pomocf*Uc rule. Tax-payers, ' vote for the Democratic <5*n4idates, and go back to the good old Demo* cratio days of honored' honesty, and thus save one Iraadred and twjenty-five thousand dollars a year in taxes, f 'V Gkm.QbaW irej^ed to exenango theUidon coldleri in rebel pr.tion-p«ns. Thiif charge is fUHy botneioui b y all th» evidence, ' even by that of Ben, Sutler. Yet aotdien a» no> asJc«4 to vote for him because he wa i th^ir oombtoder during the war. Th^DttpaicH ondeavoM to jubtify Grant's cruelty by quoting a similar Action on the part of General Waahiigtoa during the Revolution} but that was a different cue—Washington had Ho Br...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

¦ —Rov. Dr ^ Bello^B jl of Now Yoi|k, has written a 'letter to tho London Times oa the Irish church question. Ho says: "The disestablishment of tho Irish Chjirch is a rncnauro' of even moro importance to the foreign rolations| than to tho ' internal interests of Great Britain. The ' accomplishment of this reform* will bo a great step towards,the ' <reiBOvnl of those grievances which ecrve so powerfully to inflame .the feelings of tho Irish in America against tho British governmont, and which, while thov continue to. exist, make war, provided by' tho .persistent efforts of tho Irish leaders, at anyltime possiblo betwoon Enirland and America." . TO-DAY'S ADVEltTlS^MKMT». T^rofiorT-^OBcooiift cVwnoii.No. si.o/ofu. a 11M., will moutnt their llnll . cornor of Fifth nnd WnahlnRton etrcots, on Friday morning, Sopt. lllh, 180S, ut 6 o'oldoli.'io prder to attend tho ParnJO at Lnnoustcr, on that day. Kxourplon tickets enn bo had at llcoblor'a bookstore 1'onn street, nbovo Hixtli, A...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

D<>mo«r*tf« Jfttyp J^fM"!**?!? For Oongtttu , <' > ' ¦¦ ' ¦ ¦¦ '*> >\r nON. J.jLAWBBMCBOCTZ, of Heading. IIKNRY8. HOTTENSTEm.of Mw^Uwny Richmond u s6im%*tyi$Wt :\\ r¦ : '• '?'»r mffijto*ti$%li%' ¦¦ ¦/ nn>w>4>M«« nmn^iin...]!.. a HDWARiTh. SHEAB^B, ohRo^ing. , ' • , 'I?"!' •'"'IWK ' 'fl^"iw^' t ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ " ' ' 7 > DANIEL ftAfrHABUa ofBeadin g. • , ,- , ,;; : wm«fe. - '•.; ' \.k ; , ¦" ; ii ' )-;f,J r,,»it f ..fcf y . ¦) ,',. ¦ . . . ..,. ' i< < M /Hi! 1 1 L/fl'ii 1 Hi 1 _'- . ... J' ' * PJUfomnoJut i Com. Room,)' (Th9iP6mO|6r»tWMg^V^.#itUe *ty meet it the BoltOH . Hon '|d,, HunrUbw^, i&A Monday, Sfipk « > 1864, at 8, jv<*.r?A *uU ' "' ' 'T ' , iii li ' iinVniiu ** B ^' i . .RibioAi. ecottopy-^lje Nfttitf^al Pool ideating ** thftt«t«;6f ^yjwtjwtyto t^iil* IJon dollatiin throo months j With the whole debt drawing cf* per cepti interest W gold, "^hat an fexpfeniiiyope^V ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

, ¦ A Wonun Attempts ifi Harder ; ,, ¦ , •, her Hosbnndf. . , •: j Bnooxr-YN, Sept. 8.-46ft Friday, the " wife of Capt. Edward Hortoii Was lodged in tho jcounty jajl at' iiiyerhc^d, Long Island, for firing several shots from it revolver at hpr hubWd, in ft lit of iealousy. Tho parties are classed among tub most respectable citizens of. Patchoguo^ ' arid the nffnir has caused much excitement. . ' . "" . ^Ii0 Callford l^ Election. . . San Fbancisco, Sept. 8.:-r0n aocoufat of a law which directs that tho Stato election, when it'occurs in the same year as a Prosi-, dontial election, shall be holdon on tho same day fia said election, ndnp was hold to-pay. Tho Congressmen will,therefore be chosen on tho same day that California costs her voto for Soyuiour and Blair. , ; , harder of o. MoMJer lit ciiiciiiiiaij. Cinoinkati, Sept. 8,—A ; mrtti named Thomas' 'Lindley ' was shot through tho head about .5 o'clock yesterday nfterntion, by a stranger, and instantly killed. Theto nro indicat...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

P^fflffilM . •' f .. -: d MM lM ***UM&^mrrt '¦:.l4 tp$t, Sept 7.—Mprphiy, ©Ktftojisbeii, iiter ,< tipkotwl public, taftaUftq^o 'f " 3S^*Msai^ |sm,lwKg«o violent ap^Vin^tm'i^f^i 1beWfit^ hded with - »iotit igV>fe^Jbl| a» o^e ofthe candida tes to represent thai gity in the Houao of Commons , at the jcpm* ing 1 election.' This making the sixth caadidate f f}jtJ^ancheiiter,; \ ., OniSaturdtty evening a meeting Was cril! 1 edia theinterefltof Murphy, at which it was estimated that six thousand people werp present.. Speeches were nmdp advociting his claima and dououncing tho conduct of tho magistrates toward him ' in tho matter of the Ashitoa ' riots, ia ^V la ?t. While the spealdng was going on, tho meoting was attackedbya mob of Irish Catholics, whQ charged ' . thb platform opd diaperaed.th^ spoakerSr A general fight ensued, which liked during nearly an hour. Clubs, stonC T, " atid ' Other weaporia wero used, and many persons. were -badly injured. The police ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

norrible Morder, of i» Ohtld In VhU«- ;• ' ¦' ¦ ¦ '¦;¦ ¦ d , el!>bl*« ¦ _ • ¦ } PniiADWJiUA, Bopt. 8.r-At twp o'clock this morning tho pnrly engaged in tho search for Alico Hprman, a child six years oW,who disappeared Yrom her mouior'e door-step, at No '.'204rf OrWey street, on Sunday evening, fott ' nd her dead body. It was lying in .a shallow pond near Sixth and Dauphin. The child had . been brutally outragcd,hor clothes Wcro soiled and torn, and her countenance was distorted with agony. Another child says that a Btraugo man offered Alico five cents to show him. the way to Dauphin street, which she consented to do, and that was tho 'In8t .wen of her nlivo. Her mother is a washerwoman,who supported Alice and four oth-^r children by hard labor., Thcro is much excitement in that part jof tho city. I . '. . . . J-J g '¦' -: - i - < . The nilu6l8l>emo«r<ioy. ; . . —Gjpueral. .McCler-Chioaoo, Sept. .8.—G.ouera . 1 . J. A.,Mct)ler nand, Chairman, ot tho ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x