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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Ax Oi.n URbn.—s, Gross Fry. hsq., of Philadelphia, has forwarded to, tho l'ottstown ledger a rnro curiosity from nmong tho papors ofhis father, tho lato Hon. Jncob Fry, Jr., ol tho Trappo, Pn. It is nn old deed given by William Ponn to James Craven, and dated 1082, in tho reign of King Charles II. The deed calls for ono thousand acres of land, for which tho sum of £20 storling was to bo paid. Tho documont,considering its ago, 180 years,is inoxcollont preservation,whilo tho bold signature of tho Quaker founder of Pennsylvania is very legible. Mkiiohants nnd shippers of goods will bo glad to lenrn that tliero is now a daily fast freight lino botweon Reading and Nowiork, via tho Morris mid Essox railroad, which leaves Reading at 4 p. in., and Now York at 6:20 p. m. Goods shipped for Now York at Reading Freight House, boforo 8 o'clock p. in., or for Reading at foot of Barclay Street, Now York, boforo 4 o'clock, p, m., will be delivored at either point without reshipment. This accomm...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

THE CAMPAIGN EAGLE. During the present campaign, from Sopt. 12tn to November 12th, a period of three months, tho Daily Eaglk will bo issued to campaign subscribers at tho following rates: From Sept. 12th to Nov. 12th, 2 mos. 86 From Oct. 12th toNov. 12tS, i mo. 40 No subscription for the campaign Eagle will bo ' received unless- accompanied by tho cash. . ¦ ' •. ' , Any person gotting up a dub of Ten subscribers, will rccoivo a copy gratis-Tho Eaolk will keep its readers well in¬ formed on nil the political topics of the day,, and will labor zealously for tho dissemination of sound Democratic doctrines ; tho nnity nnd harmony of tho great Democratic party, and tho triumph pf Democratio principles and tho Democratic candidates. It will also contain, in a condensed form, all tho general news of the day, with a complete and correct account of all local matters in or connected with our city and county. Every voter in Berks county should take the Eagle for the campaign. - Address •...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Important to Tobacco Manufacturers.— Tho following correspondence will be of in terest to thoso of, our citizens who aro engaged in tho manufacture of.tobacco: TJkited States Internal Revenue, > 1 New York, August- 27, 18C8. / Sir :—Tho question having arisen whether a manufacturer of tobacco shall bo obliged to wait until the stamps aro furnished pctoro jroods can be moved from tho factorv. I would respectfully <nsk whether, on application, I can atamn goods according to the provisions o£ ,th, o ola/law; qr wh,ethor I mus. t delay such branding un,t\l now bo.uds aro filed ? Very respectfully, etc., * Adnkr S. pnA»Y, Thirty-socond district, New York, Hon !?¦ A. Rollins, Commissioner, etc., Washington^ D. C. To this thij following answer was received: TREA8URY DEPARTil jENT , " i OmCu of Internal Rkvknue, V Washington, August 291808. J . Sir:—In your , letter of the 27th instant you inquire whethor tobneco mapufactur'cra must wait until the stamps provided for in ...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

BBIOK P0MEB0T 18 00*1*0 MASS MEETING OF THE PEOPLE! Bully, WorltliiMMn *«A *»«d l*l«w». Tho following letter has just been r<?cciTC< from Mark M. Pomeroy, Esq., (generally known &s "Brick" Pomfer oy, editor of tho La Orosse Democrat,) if*answer to. a request of tho Detrfocracj of Reading for an address from, this fearless champion of tho workingmen nnd tho plow-holders: Office of Tiik Democbat, > "¦ , Nkbt York, Sept. 8, l«08. / /. Warmx Canard, Editor Daily JSSsr^<« ( I can ' bo in Reading to BDcak to tho working mc», young men and citizons generally of your vlcinJiy, Friday of noxt week, if you so desire, and notify t&o b y telegraph at once. That day will bo tho only ono 1 can spare, for that purpose. h Assuring you that the prospect is good for a comploto Dompcratic triumph. ; ' ¦ r I remainyours roapoclfully , , , ( „ H. M, Pomeiiov. Mr. Pomeroy will bo woleomed' by a GRAND MASS MEETING Of tho Domocratioand Conseryativocit...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

FDBNITCBE WAMB. WUHUL riONBTAKTLY ON HAND » T lareea«ortment large assortment ot ¦ OANfi SB^T^^^^HW Mattrtwes. Persona wishing uNl^^^^Kf purchase, would do well to call andexaalnootar stock. ». H.BBIBEMAH, 443Penn 65aar«. Alsoagent f«r tho eelebrated Florenoe Lock and Knot 8Utoh FiyaUy. Sewing HtohW\ :frW t'tM Notioe. to Water OonwmerB, f \WINO to the extremtl* low «f»te of the watet Win the Beservolrta«d the lmpo«sTbUlty of dS»i Dieting the improvements foHnereasiaj ihe toktet ropply of thecity before the next two oilSree month?the Commiitlonen of Water ««dd re-Qum the water-takers of the elty t« h» a* econoni fcal as powlblo In the tue of water atpr««e>t7 Bt procer attention to thl» mnelti o*^STp*rt " ? ^aefi eownmer^ ^e-qnanati^IVt^^SS W 7 The»everal Fin eonsaate^ ar* aJco ' lrMvetteA ioceaietising wa&f^li, the.pmw tlwS^ except In case* <* toM-PT- ,,,; ]"(¦•. ...-O?s*" t?".t ¦By ordecww*!. "' " 1 ' 1 ¦ • "¦ ,• ' ¦ ¦• -' .- '•• • ••=¦ ' -Vt ' , " :v* -iJf...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Port Clinton, Sept. 8, 1868. Editor Daily Eagle:—Died last Sunday, Sept. Ctb,a small child of Wm. Pflum. Was buriedto-day. j Daniel Owens, an Irishman by birth, Was brought homo from tho East P. R. 11;, with his foot cijt off bjr a train. Is doing middling well, he-has awifoandfouror five children. Thomas Boycr, formerly of this place, it is reported to his relatives in this towfi , was killed on tho railroad, near Bethlehem' , Pa., last night. A sovere stroko for his friends andnear' relatives.' . _ -. Rev. B. D. Zweizig, of your city,preached an appropriate sermon in this place, last Sunday. It was listened to by many who are ^ seldcrri seen there. Collections were also heavy for tho occasion. George H. M. Wagner, advertises public sale on the 15th inst., with the view of raoviug to. tho far west. We all hope und wish btm great success. ' Your servant, ! t - A.P. B. Martino!

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Police Afkaibs.—Officor Roland brought to tho lock-up last ovening, about 6 o'clock , nman . byth' onamoof John Gallagher, in a "high stnto of bonzine." His condition would.not allow him to remain in the vicinity of tho dppot, whore ho was lounging and creating d disturbance. Fined $3.25 and discharged. John Soddoh was discovered by officer Lawrenco about 8 o'clock this morning, bunking on a pusher engino in Soventli street, between Franklin and Chestnut. -He was aroused, and found to bo "thrco sheets in tho wind," nnd unable to givo an intelligible account of himself.' Ho was conveyed to other quarters—Fifth and Franklin. At tho hearing before tho Mayor ho stated that ho was a boatman.and liveain Conshohocken, that ho camo to Reading during tho night on the engine in which ho was found, ana that ho was on his way to Schuylkill Haven for a loaded boat. Hoadmitted that he was "drunk," but had not the least idea where he had gOt tho "alo" which ho said, ho had drunk. Fined $8.25 a...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Tub &nc%U proclaimed that Mermaida, Nymphs, Naiads,.and tho Graces, had long flowing.tregses which rriado thorn envied by their sisters c f earth. But\they nroso out of tho sea foam or bathed in fountains reached by no mortal] hands, and kept their locks of dewy ecftnw,4ark ,and lustrous, and thus had no need of Ring's Vegctablo Ambrosia, which is doing tho samo thing for thousands of peoplo in our day. sopt9-ltn Corner Loafiko.t—This subicct has ' been so often alluded to and the habit so frequently reprehended, with no apparent success, that it seems almost unnecessary to bring it again before tho, offenders, A largo number who thus congregate do it unthinkingly; with ino view of incommoding tho public, while n fow seem to delight in putting passers-by to inconvenience. Not uufrc^acntly ladicBnro subjected to indjgnity and insnlt by tho ltiss dlBcreot. Would it not bo well for nil to Abstain from this practice nnd show an examnlo to tho incousiderato ?

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

T>BIVATE 8AI.K.—WILL BB SOLD AT 1 PRIVATE BALE. A TWO-STORY JtlilVK HOUSE and- lot of groundon the North-west corner of Kighth and Ohcstnutstreetfl. in this city. This being a corner propertyIn euitablo for. a Saloon or etoro, and is (i aooil Ftand. Also, a ONK-STQRY JtfUCK HOUSE on, Sighth Btrcct,nearChc8tnnt. <^ww» For particulars apply on tho promiKa. i . i we 24-2*. NWTiUK Ut uMiMira,-lherohy caution any nnd oil persons ngalnst purchai>lna a certain promtaorv note Hivon by mo to J. Sallivnn, Agent for tho U.& Ugntning Rod Company for two hundred ruid forty dollaw . <*240). dated July 1st. 1868 . made payable six months after dftte. I wUVneverpayeaidnoto,astho whole transaction was a fraud from beglnninj? to end. """^"" n SOLOMON E. SEIDEL. eept.5 . 1««.-e.» rTWMhiP ^ Wk8c ^- Reading Oowioil, B[o. 46 Q. of U; A. M, Tm5i^S ™Sm3 °5 ^ 901 "1 !?" 7 'L'neet at their JL Hall on Frvdav. Scpternber Hth, at 6 o'clock. l»rtfX^a te glove ?v - ¦ ¦ • ...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Attempted Harder In Boston. BOSTON, Sept. 1 0.—In North Russell street, last night, Janfes Freeman, Jr., discharged a pistol at Frank Ai Burnhain, but without hitting him. Freeman wns walking with Durnham'B wife, and Burnham objected {o their being together. Freeman has not been arrested. ' ¦ (¦• '.' • :.. ;;;!". - .. -ififr-J ¦ ' / MabtikoI ' u . • Tiif. Comct.—Any person who has a teloscopo that will dnaolo him to bco ono hundred nnd thirteen million miles, can observe Knoko's comet, in tho East about two hburs before sunrise. , ' The Conferees of Schuylkill and Lebanon have not yet agreed upon n candidate for Concress for that district.

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Meeting of Lodges and Associations.- 1 — Tho following named organizations will hold thoir regttlat stated meetings this (Wednesday) ovening: • Motamora Lodge No. 147, I. 0. of 0. F., at Owl Follows' Hall. Continental Lodgo,(I. 0. of 0. F., at Temperance Hall. Minnehnha Council No. 69, 0. U. A. M., nt 8allada'B Hall. Lad y JeffersonJIomo Communion, Brotherhood Union Hall. Maria Conclave No. 8, D. of M., 708 Penn stroet. Sinking Spring Council No. 77, 0. U, A. M., at Sinking Spring. . Order of Soven Wise Men, Yoagor's Hnll. Concordia Chamber, No, 8, 0. K. F., cornor Fifth and WaBhihgton. Vnux Lodge A. Y. M., Hamburg.

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Dr. Lioht has just received a large lot of pure, fresh drugs and medicinos, of all kinds. Those who desire; the pure article (arid who does not?) wo would advise- them to go to him. His prices aro reasonoble,and hejvaits upon all his customers in a prompt and gentlemanly manner. All prescriptions are put up in the most careful manner, and there is no danger of any mistakes occurring. • I The Doctor has also all kinds of toilot articles for sale,—oils, washes, soaps, brushes, combs, &c., &c. Remember tho place—No. 1 North Fifth street. aug 21-1-w. Fishino Tackle.—Just received, a now lot of rods, lines, snoods, bait boxes, and tho celebrated Carlisle hooks, at McGowan & Miltiraoro'a. . Sept 6~2w eod

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

! EBJW NO. 10, SOUTH FIFTH STREJGff, • . ' ¦! , ; JtS sens of Reading tod vicinity, that hi MUndii ^ PLUMBINO, 6' aB AND nBAM^iraVOJf^, Atshortnotlce. AHworkdone .iuaranteed. Nono but the best workmen employed, _ Also, a lot of flm-«Ia8s Obandellerfc -Braeket* Ranges. Bath -tubs,JrTter OI6(«t«. BpSett.lo. i always on hand and for tale at the lowest prieM. A«hare of the pubU6 patrona»e U reipeet/ully solloltod. ' . . ' . " ¦ 1 ., t '.. .';¦¦¦ 1 June 24-Sm •¦¦; EDWARD 8OOI1L. ' ,-;

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Martino - NaruowEscArE.—MissFnrnawalt,ayoung woman who sells cakes, candies, A"e., nt tho New Depot, upon the arrival of the trains, made a narrow escapo from death yesterdfiy noon , whilo on her way homo. Sho had left tho depot and was coming this way when, a coal • train came, along. Some freight c'nrs were standing on a side track, uncoupled. Sho stationed herself between two of them, resting her basket on tho platform of one, to await until the approaching train had passed. While sho was standing there an engine backed up against tlio freight cars and threw her to tho ground outside of tho track. If sho had fallen across tho trnck she would havo lost her life, or a limb. Sho. received. sovoral severe bruises^

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Dr. Valentine, Practical Physician, from Nye, who has been in Lebanon the-past month, astonishing the people with his wonderful cures, is at tho Keystone House. The wonderfulness of his system of curing consists in its natural nnd in many instances instantaneous effectiveness to relievo and cure diseases. All porsons who may wish it will receive a caroful examination, free of charge; and in no caso " will they be urged to rccoivo treatmont unless thero is reason to suppose (they will bo benefited, or, if possible, cured. The poor ; or~ . tb.oso not able to pay, aro most cordially invited to call, without money andnvithout price. Wo advise the sick and ailing to call on tho Doctor immediately. sept. 8-2t.

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Riot.—A small riot occurred on Monday night, about 11 o'clock, in tho vicinity of Sovonth and Penn streets. Some twentyfivo or thirty persons were concerned in at. Sovoral porsons received severo bruises and contusions, and had their "peepers" elosod for a day op two. Tho party visited Mack's Arion Gardtan in Seventh street, Whero one of them stabbed tho lanlord's son, Georgo Mack, in the hand with " a knife, .requiring him to carry his hand in ailing. Tlio party escaped before any arrests were inatio. Wo learn that they wero a set of Ruds. who had assembled on purpose. to create a disturbance, and attack citizens who woro quiotly passing along tho street.

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

Mamiho I If our friends will use preparations for restoring gray hair they should uao tho best in the market. Our attention has latoly been called to an article which has an oxtonsive sale and a very high reputation, knownas Ring's Vegotablo Ambrosia, and wo nro inclined to think that it possesses more desirablo and less objectionable qualities than any other in the market.) It restores gray or faded^hnir to its original color in a most remarkable wanner, and by its invigorating and soothing properties removes all dandruit and humors from tho scalp. Give it a fair trial and you cannot foil to like it, aug 181 m

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

. OftKof tho best kept and .most patronized Hotels in tho city is tho City Hotel, at the corner of Sixth street and Cherry nlloy^—Amos S. E8tqrlv, proprietor. On extra occasions several hundred persons havo eat down nt his 1 table for dinner; And during tho last few nights <fais house has been bo much crowded that a number of persons were required to "blink" on tho floor, whero bedding was spread. Mr. Estorly has also thoTeputntion of keeping pure liquors nt his bar.

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 9 September 1868

MAnTlNOI * ¦ 0 • Pickled CUcumueub.—To a gallon of water add a quart of salt, put in the cucuuijbers, and lot them stay over night. In tho morning wash them out of tho briue, and put them carefully into n stone jar. Boil a gallon of vinegar, put in, whilo cold, quarter of a pound of cloves nnd a tablespoonful of alum; when it boils hard, skim it well and turn over tho cucumbers. In a week they will bo fit for use.

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