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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

I ' UTTiva on Aius.—An amusing colloquy, came off at ft supportable on board of oho of tho Mississippi boots, between an oxquisite, reeking with h&ir oil and cologne, whp was cursing tho waiters , assuming very consequential airs , and a raw Jonathan seated by his sido, dressed in liomcspUn. Turning to his vulgftr friond, tho former pointed with his long jewelled finger, laud said: \ , , . •'Buttah, sah." . ^ . . > • 'ft , f > "I sco it" is, cooly replied Jonathan. I" • , "Buttah , sail , Isayl' 1 ; fiorcoly . roiilled! th* dandy., ^ . ' * "I know it, vory good, a first rate articlo." ¦" . ¦¦/ . . "Buttah, I tell you I" thundered tho dandy, in still louder tones, pointing with slow, unmoviug finger, ¦ and scowling upon ( bis; neighbor aa if he would annihilate him. ^.,-\ "Well, gosh all Jcrusalom, what of it 1 ?" now felled the down oastor, getting his dftnddr up la turn. "You didn't think L tookitforlard,4idyou?" ' .. -i ' . ; • ; SKiivfjn Him JlioaT.—A'...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

Philadolphia fip Beading Eailroad. . (RoylBod.). : ' 1 RftjiMttf, Att.ouST firir IMS. OUMMRU AIlIlANaEMBNI OFPA3SUNUKU CL?RAINS.Au([ust3.1»M. • Fivo Trninsdown to Dillmlelphlnnn*«nf Jto.Klingnt 7,80; ia .S6and.US0a.n.iand4piind U.'i'l ^> to Pottayllle,otl0 40n.in.,andDC0 and ftbO , * - Train) Tfe»Mo Lthanon and HarrUhirgi ' Western Bxproe« front Now York, at 110 pi in, »ndlM an*1010p,m. - ' ^ ¦ " ' IianlsbuK AooommodatlonTrain at 715 aim,, andm»Utrain?fttiq45fl.ra.pndO0Op,in. On 8undoy», the down'trslnr pass Retwlntf nt 9.40 a. mnn(l 4w p.pj,',pad,up trplnjot 10CO a, mand 6 57 p, pJ. 1 \ The 425 p.m.'down,a*d 1060 n.ta. up trains ran only botweon Philadelphia and RoadinK, ¦ Up traint leave Philadelphia for Rondintr, HnrrisburgnndPotUyllleai7§0and $15 0. in,, 12 45 popn,and 380 p.m.and 515 p. in.for Heading omy> The 815 «. m. trains connect with, trnlns for /Tnnioniia. Wdlliuniinnrt. Elmlr>. Bunal6. Nlmmrft ft The 8 IS a! m. and 8 SO p, m. tip train* from Phi...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

(.FcomthsAltoosX ViKmcUToa.) THE WOOIY-HBAD-A PARODY nv 8. B. Jl. I Of alt tho factious men I've seen, I Existing now, or Ion? since dcaJ. I'nevcr knew of ono so uioan j As him wocall»l \Wooly-hoad 5 " !' Tho draft evading Wooly-hcad,? Tie bounty jumping Wooly-hiad, Tbo growling-, pandoring, . ] Booldipg, flnndorinj, v Vieious, sneaking Wooly-head. From him tho dccenclos of life, . : f And all its courtesies have fled; IIo loves raisoogenatlon strifo-^- •: A pwky, stinking Wooly-hcad, A negro loving Waoly-head. ' ' A wench embracing Wool-head, A heart against his country stcelod j An unauolntcd, unnnncalod, Dough-faced, cringing Wooly-hoad, ¦ ' I • ' . ' " Oojd for.tho BondhOMcr," hiscry. ' But nohb for thospiwho fought and bled ' / To save tho Unlon.iV lot them die, " / ' / /' CriosthtBun Br»t«ruiW6oIy-hcnd j ' ' ' ' Tho Union Eoa«uoring Wooly-hcatl, , Tho Carpot-bnggcr W,ooly-!iead, ' Tho scheming, lying,— . Coward, flying, ^ Mean mulatto Wooly-hcftil. ,' : TI10 coward sne...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

TIIH VARK OF 1»1AWON T^to piano should closed when not ifa usq , in order to ' provont tho collection of dustj etc., on tho sound-board, and also to preaervo tho strings and "action," frohi tho ill effects of sudden change of tompcraturo. Nothing can injnro a piano ii> much ns oxtromo heat , whether nrisipg from' a bright firoin front of it, or, tvhnt is' worse , tho hot nir in tho furnaces in such general use. Care should bo taken to prevent moisture of any kind getting between tho •ltpys, particularly when cleaning thom, as it will causo them to stick. Moths aro destruclivo to pianos and should bo kept out of them by placing a lump of camphor, wrapped in paper to provont evaporation, in tho inside 'corner. Any hard substanco placed jjupoH a p iano will cause a jarring noise, anqj if tho -top part is unprotected by a cloth cover , that also will often rattlo. Young pianists would injuro tho ' piano less if they would refrain from striking tho keys with such forco ; a...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

A Foomsii .Custom.—A Boston pape^has a fionstblo articlo against tho system in voguo oCyoung menrpaying for each o'ther ' *on nil occasions of hmuscnicnts or in restaurants. It docs not refer, of course, to special and direct invitations to accept hospitality. In Europe, on nil occasions, it id ns much a matter ofprido for a gentleman to pay for himself as it is when he buys anew co ^ at or a pair of boots. Ono gentleman no moto thinks of paying for another timn ho would think of giving him a piece -of money, or buying him a pair of gloves. It would bo insulting to him. -If we consider it a sign of hospitality to pay for a friend , when wo happen to accompany him to a thcatrd or to a bar, why do wo not consider it equally a sign of hospitality to insist on paying for his hat whon weenter*,a storo with; hjm? In Europo your fricncl buys tickets for both as a matter of convenience, and tells you the price of your'ticket as ho hands it to yon, and you return him tho money. la Americ...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

Reading & Columbia Railroad ONAWAftttt UONDAX, JIT2FE I1808. PaMeugori^r^^iU rriri vathis Koad, as Learo Reading »t ' V'QO AJM Arjt|t*f,tt»no«vtMM . ., 8SM:. »'< ; Oolumol* > < ¦ "2$ " v I*n cuUr«id<>?y\TObifc; 630 P.M. Ljavo I^noMttr »}jd Columbia *t 8 Oft A. W. ArrWoatR..«l|nt . ^ ; ' ,, ^Jj lo»v«»eBdtag*t ^ ,,,... . WkW Arriyo all LwiwjUr »A4 Ooli»»bi» Ht,' ;¦ < 1»A, \\ •J ,C5 ^&^p 'V^ ri f, ' 00( >i |, M, I^KifeUiwaH^ i&i (»laWil» *t v i ' il l^O .^Mi ArrlT^Xi l..u:;, 44y: fnloi Nop.j8«nd irrtftlto nlo»B connection nt c!ral»Uti0nJOntburo»d,—fOodforSuqufcyaraliu °\?ok«U can l>o obtainid'tUho brtfc«T]nf.tlio N«*> Jentey OjritroVBrilWnd' . ' foot orLi>«ky «*, Now Yorkand j'htlft. nnd Reading Kuilrontl, l'.Uh andeaHowhfU Btfci VhiUaeiphfair; . Through Xjok«w to N3w York nnd Phtlwlolnliln toldnt n(i tho VrinoitiMfUtlon*, and-¥uKgAi; o Oh«ck«dThrough. • ¦ \_ . .. . TrainB nro ranby Pi A...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

GREAT TPBNraJRE DEPOT. SCHR(EDER & FELIX, Wareroom, comer Fifth and ,Wft9liingtoD . - j Btreeta. UANlfrAiJTORY, WASHINGTON; STREE1 BELOVf FIFTH. , ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. rpHB UNDBRSIQNBD RESPECTFULLY INX vito publio attention'to their splondid stook ol first-class furnlturo now and constantly on handt and made t6 order to suit cuslomore. Among othor, articles, eapcoial attontion Is invited to their unsurpassed EXTENSION TABLES. \ DRESSING BUREAUS, ' DINING ROOM CIjAlRS, CENTJJE AND OTHER TABLES, BEDSTEADS OF THE LATEST STYLES^ ana evory other article In their line of business. Every article is manufactured by thcmsolycsin tholr admirably arranged manufactorywith the most ported-maohincry, and skillful mechanic*, and finished in an unsurpassed mannon Also prepared to oxecuto all orders for CARVING, TURNING, . . ¦ • . " BAWING.and MOULDINGS. All orders promptly ojrecutod, and warranted to givosbtUfaotion. ,. . ,ap.lO-tf.

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

KIJOEIiIiAIIEQVi riUIK BEAOIITO rfXElHSVBAHCE AMD 1 TBVST«OICf?AinrOPBEBIMVO. Oft<UHiHOJ<Jt,Y»}867. Capital $160,000.00 OMce Reading Inturnnee BuMino. No.W North /Fifth ttrttf, 8. E. ( hrntr of (hurt itrcet. ] ' : ¦ . ¦ ' •• ¦ ! r Offlce hours from 8 a.m. to 8 r. ¥• . DH10IOSB1 J-PrlngloJoricg . James MoKnlght, . Henry 2. Van Reed. Jacob Shhffnor. J.T.Jackson,' v V'J^ 11 ? 111 ! ; ' Jonas Bhaltcr, - ^ JT. Valentine, i George Rieser. , This Company Insures all kinds of property against loss or diunage by flroatratea m low ns any otherretlable Company and upon every plan known to Btook Insurance Companies. . Perpetual Polioles issuod roqutrinp no renewal and upon whioh the amount of premium paid can boreclafinidfatany timeless adoductlon of five percent..jfhenclTOntaffcs of this method mo .. worthy of tho otUntlon of farmersand others hnving flrst-class dwelling houses, barns and other bulldlnfcgin town or country, as bolng tho cheapestandfsafost. i i ¦ ' ' '* •'...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

Good News for Old Berks A LARGE STOCK CF ]PXAi\ros I ' ' AND CABINET ORGANS^ v ' • FOR SALE ON INSTALMENTS, Tl I AT E. A. BEEG'S PfANO , WAllEROOMS, No. 403 Penn Street. . Great inducements offered to Lodges tvnd Associations. . ' . ' Also a fow good Bocond-lmnd Piftnoa for sale cheap. » BSTCaU soon. E. A. BliRG, No: 403 Penh Sired jveif

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

East Pennsylvania! Railroad CX lMMMRABRANaRMjNT, C0MMKN0ING O Wednesday, May aOth.lSw.- " BIX/ERAINg. Jp^ IMLJ^ iy?SiS2W, WP 1 ' On' «nd «uor Weanewttt.-. M»# SffAi. l8<^two PdMeH«or Tr»lD|lwlH lo»ye]\<H(llti»UBily(osoeitt Sundays.) tot Alfentown and irty (teUoni, at lO.lU) A. M. and 4.20J», M.»topnlttat Ml tho vrfty stAti ' oui Ww#en fK«adlna ina Now York, uTakliiw alB9 oloso odnnpotioni for AUueh Chunk nnd l'liil - ndolphlftvlaX^hi iU 'Yali«y,ft.B ;iana arrivo at NowVork«tXS0anaipjoP.ir Fonr (?) tbrbuih :«xprt« Trains will !«nro R^[n«iwy f V«*P»t flttBdayf.) jtor ¦ Now: Yjjrk inatbbKalti'le&vliii Keflding . nt 4,41 nt<l 7AH) AJM.and>t U0AndIl.<QP.M. . , / . Thoso Traini run tbrough from riUsuurftn to Now Yo*k( wfthoatohrtiBg.of dutt.^fitobplnhonly At Lyons, Allentown. ¦ Molhlohom, «Mton, Jlninit arrive fit Now-Vprk »t VW}¦A.- tih 1?.W Jl. ., 7.2.5 P. M.fttid6,0QA.M ¦ . - • JTh* 4.44 A« Maraln will «ot- Um» Rwdjnif on Mondiiysi. Thttf....

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

NEW MAT MAjftKET. /jpil^t nndcnlxtied has'oponed nnewandhand* I gome MoatMarketconsisting of Fresh iMeat , flams, Shoulders, ;Drlod -JQoof. BolQgnns». BeeJ Tongues, <fco, PETER N. BOITER, No. 628 Penn Street, TTISITINO GAUDS, BUSINESS CARDS, , ' WEDDING CARDS, $c, of all kinds, may bo had at tbo Eaoi.e Offlco. Electrotypes furnished If desired. ; ¦ . All cards will bo done in tho post bountiful mannerand at the lowest rates* Apply at tho Eaglo Ilooketoro. TllKS. JT. V. DIEHI,, . v lias removed to , v No. 15 North Sixth Street, i Whore *h& will keepYa full line of Trimmings&e., the most relinblePatforns for Ladies and Children's clothing. PaVtloular attention paid to Clonk-making, Good work nndporfoot fits warranted. , «prlu . ' v. •

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

WIfcUAM O. BBKW8TBB, • ¦ (Orenntit of Firtt Ktforktd Ohntch.) TBAOHBR OF PIANO FOMB. QRQAN AND , IIARUONY. Not 223 North BUth Btroot, Reading, P r 5. N.B,-PUnoiiTunpd. [June20-tf j TA». £, MOSEB, SURGEON DENTIST, Ol'riCE-ttlO Penu Street, ncnrting, Pa. ,Intlte«thepubllotocall and cxamtno his new plan for extraetltig teeth without pain. All . operations In the profession npatly executed and chMgeiteMonable, << ap25tf HIBOBKIiA N J3 O US. TTEliLER'S - 00MTOSITIONPAVEMENT AND FJLOORIJVO. fpniS PAVEMENT AND FLOORING IS NOW JL Acknowledged to bo iho best in uso. It bocotno* hard and firm immediatelyls'dry.durtblo, aud impervious t6 wator.nnd notaffected by either heatoroold A|l oniert promptly attfndod to, and the work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Apply to June 18-tf ¦ No. 27, South FourttfSt

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

K^yo * vegeubio ^?\<* " f ^/ MAIR RESTORATIVE V ! O / W»i decided \>j lh« KIt. 81«t« Fulrl Q . O |m4Uoowconcod<;<lbrihopvbllotobo l X O MhtTCTybMt rrtptrttfon fbrlteitortB* I v I I Ormy cr ddedUtlrto ItioriRtaalooloci / I yj* \ jromcilng In Growth, •rtiUctttnf Hu- /_. . 1 V-rf\«nor» ud Dimlroff, und for I)ra«(iig /Sa B^\\anaBetutl(>ld(U>i>ntIr. UUttt*JISS lv \ from poboapu drun, doo* Bo^ /c&vi \k »\ »t»'n tha Onm ftbri«, md /<K?4 avvw-N. OrtiiJtkicn.Mia y^fjv 4. R. BARRETr b CO., Proprtttoti, So W by all DrasTRlntit and toenlevs In P«t«iti Medicines. H, BIRCH & BRO Pr. A. Bf, L1GST, ' \^. J. THIER^VECHTER, , \lLLIAM WELLS. Agents^Rcading, Pa taaySl° '

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

Cure rop BuBOT;~-The; best remedy for barbs , in any Etflge/is a strong .solution of Epgoip salts in ' Wer. ^ The arj^lfwtfoh ' at oniie relieves the : pain,|an<i healing.takea places with wonderful rapidity, 'Oar personal experie^co furnishes floyeirat ingtanceB of remarkable!curea from the SippHcatio B of this rcmedy.7?jRr<M«gg., -,• . L.. .^^ .. y •' —A baby elepharit, which wm ai Gallatin', Tenn., the other day, ftllowcd his ^p*r intoa salopn^fiilea^.i^Wff^^l^tiee jn . theiestabliB^^j)^ ftftetwaicU emptied^ sugar bowVon. ^icfltip.^of it», contents , .^ final ly finUlie^Wftw^aji^jjdeypnrW » bflshel of peajphefi jreMpj jfofroaruer,., -, ¦» ¦ > Pa;nw, pfyt Vfl^^^'Fr^nip h'aitd J&*r ricatf Ui£»M^AMWttirMeri^FfeD bM^PM^ pn^'ilKli McOowmta; Uiltitjtor&' - ' ¦ '¦><- ¦ ' %iUl ¦ c' ¦ ¦ I Sebt6 1 2weod. : . ¦',.., ' /UhU»i,T*i«iW ttMto^»Srw;«*«Uong, l(hSS aJtn, ro» tt*«»rt»ViK» *xr> t«« M*»t. ^ p r«^ L«^o», UutUtwrtk&am...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

M0TZER & HOKE'S (Formorfy A.Bockmuehl's). p FREEGQN^ERl SALOON, UNDER THE POST OFFfCE, v RKAi>ixa,l\i. HAVIN G bouRht out Mr. A, liooknuiolil's Saloon, under tho post Oflloe. tho undersigned announco thAt they will contlnuoMho biwlncss uhaor tho nbovp llrui.nml provide nil tho varieties ml cntortalnmeijta for whioU thia plaoo is celobiatotl, viij • , , . _ Free Concert Every Evening AND IATNOH EVERY MOBWING. \ Soliciting nconttnuntion of.tho patrona.to of on appreciating public, they aro Very Bcspcotfully J. If. Bfotecr, ' n4-lrao, Dnnlelllulto.

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

To Dssinoy Cipwa, a»d S^w^. -f.^e one dozen hen's eggs and break a small hole in eithorOnd, and with a small stick insert a flmnll quantity of strychniqo/tipdth^n pl acp them about the corufjpld, and you will hate a dozen or more dead crowd in tho morriin^ Tho same remedy will answer for Dkunkd b^ placing tho eggs intheholO v Be cji.rofpl not to lay' it wkcro anything else will, take it.-. .'. ' mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm ^ ^ '¦¦; ' ' -. ' ? LAMpCm»q{BYs l , --fLamj» Chinrnoyjr often crack from being fastened oii ' ' too 'tightly. ThB sclow fi applied while the ' chjmneyw cold, and often so tightly a< to prevent the glass moving at all. Of courae, when'tbo chimneys arp r te^j^ ^ t|Qr^i4 ! .J?<> i^f 1 ; *o expand and consequently they must crack. Always Bee that the glass, U secure, arid at the same time movaa easily in the.holder, ¦ ' v

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

ti y^ WEST END COAL, ' L1M% & SAND ' V"V YARD! Cor/. Ponn and Front Streets! I ' . ' ¦ TEB ^ nd «" lRned would respectfully inform his A5fW!*«"} tho toubllo . that he isproparodto S*5»i»»H^! >M i, c ? §°*ltlilme, and Bond to an» tvm ' ' ^WSWSiifiwr

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

TJ EffiOVAI.! nEMOVAI.lt BARTO'S L^OTOR STORE, ITrr bwn removed from tho Koystono Building to tho nownnd olegantstoro, , ' i ^NO..437 PENN ISTBEET, Whore customers will CruWvcry large stock of the best and purest. X WINES, BRANDIES/WHISKIES, Ao., ever offered to tho publio of Reading. All th proof of tho above that is roquired is trial. A share of patronogo is solicited, TOBIAS BABTO.

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

- ¦ ATTBHTIOHi ^J^*3Mi!EBB8fi' f V''- «ateijpla«ed $J& ffffi • ^arr®*^'^S O r ?'^ lllnI'Wttf '" ; ' ¦ '"• • . ' ¦'"¦ r^JwiWly

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868

'rtOAOH MAKING I COACH/REPAIRING! ' C. H. HESSLER, n ¦ ¦ - • Sixth St., bilwetn Washington & Walnut, Respectfully /announces that ho Is prorared to do all work in His line with despatch. The oxperienco of many y ears will be usod for tho benefit oJ his patrons. Thd terms will be tho best that can be givon by anyf actory in tn . o city. ' COACH REPAIRING! Coach rcpAiring of ovory kindas well as BLAO SMITH WOnK, attended to at short notice janSltf . . O. U. HfiSSLEB

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