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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
EDn vls'LoKcndor, - ' Q v Thomas' Ktymology, K? A DI«tlot>narlcs. 'V A. ¦ Pons nnd X>Ponhoidorfi. • X G 81atcs|nnd/\SlatePonpll8, (\ Sponoorianv/Copy Books, \J . T Ambon's/\yfrgll. 1J Xj Bulllon'a\/Cwsar, . Xt EWoodbury's Element 17"My HonnanRoftdert' 8choolJ\.Oaskot8, SU Phrkor & Watson's Series of 8ohoQi|Books, Crittendon's Bookkeeping, with setts of Blnnk-. books, s penn Street. .' Pcnnook's HistoryrofEnHland,!GrcccO, and Homo, READING. ,: Mltohel's Intormedlato and Primary Qbographlcs.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
. T^TONEY WANTED. 1 MONETf WANTED! ' R.Y THB CITY OF READING. The undersigned. Committee on Finance of the . Corporation of tho City of Reading, having been authoriied to borrow v the sur4 of SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLS, for the purpose, of enlarging tho Waterworks oi th« said cltKheVoby givo hotico that tho 'y aro prepa;-ed to issue Certificate. " of Loanbearing six per cent, interest; to parties desiring to loan money to thi city. Apply to either of tho undersigned, or te WnUdm Heidenreicb, ^% c fe* * e / L ?V8ij l T DANIBL3IILLUB, DANIEL 8PO1IN, . - ~ - . Committee on ffinaacf
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
SC "OOI * BOOKS ' SCHOOL BOOKS., Just rooelyea at the BAQLS BOOKBTttUB. a full lino of books in uso in tho Publlo Sonoolsin this city. wMohifill bo gold ivt tho very lowest prices. It would bo to the ndvnhtago of such who nro in want of books to ns^ertalnour pti6c? boforo purohasinK eleewhoro. \fo have f QWoodbury's Now Methodwith aernion,T> CT Composition Wooks. - x> /I Fftsquoflo' j Fronoh Coutso, f\ Kj ¦ • ¦ Bonnlcastle's Mensuration, : \J TT Stoddard'sArithmotica, . (\ XI ; Parker's Vhllosop^, \ . f 8Uu llion'« Grammar, , T/" Rjy^ Algebra, ^ IV • Cutter's Anatomy, O Qoodrloh's U. 8. History, »5 L UroonloafsArUhmotlo, Tcnnej's Geology,
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
IRON RAILING WORKS, LEWIS NEUDOERFFER, Court Alley, below Fifth Street, ,.$In the rear of the Farmers* iVational Bank) T AM NOW PREPARED TO ATTEND TO «LL JLniyfriends and the aommunlty in genera) wh< may need wsthing in my lino, such 03 mAkinu IRON RAIUIW. LOCKS. K^YS. iIIANdlNO BELLBin$KjWNOL0CK8 t /-c. All repairing attended to at the shdrtcst notrte. ChHrgcs moderate. LEWIS NKUDOBRPFER »p25-tf. " . ' '
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
KitLhim, somebody I An, old bachelor Eoya lhat marnago is a aocJai cpiptrir^nce de?iguccl for tho cieaiion of paupers.. . , Doqs in cities aro not mcrelv useless but in many cases absolute nuisances, and iq eouio CA803 positively dangerous. It is 'i remarkable fact;,.that the large majority pt tho ownorfl of canines nro of the hntnblef olasses. Having occasion to visit the family of an induBtriovj's TrorkingmBU a day or two since, who *w4 know always finds ii difficult to make both ends moot, WO woro Krcotod at ourontranco to his hulublo homo by tho barking and growling of no les; toau fivo fierce-lookbgcure. AftorasSuring our-Belvcs thjit wo were 8afo from furthor hoa ' tilo f lomonstratioua, wo ventured to aajcod )hq good woman, why ao many dogs were kept, "I don't know," wah the laughing re^ly, as eho friendly patted the hoad of one of tho most fiftvago. of tho gang. la answer to our inquiry whether it did Dot, > cost coiu eidorablo to feed them: "'Indood it jdoea,...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
MEWS ITEMS —There has been a gT«*t fire in Havana. —Whalen, the Fenian, is on trial in Ottawa, Canada, for shooting D'Arcy McGee. —An insurrection has broken out in New Zealand. English troops are going there at once. —The Radical. Mayor of Nashville ia ' on trial for bribing a voter. 'Rah fpr Grant and Polecats I —King William of Prussia, is on a tour of military inspection throughout his kingdom. Let France beware. —On Tuesday night, a colored Grantite killed two whites at Jefferson, Georgia. The peopje hung the nigger, and madp "peace." —In Baltimore, on Monday, a boy, aged ten years, killed another boy, aged eight years, by a blow with a stono, which irono his neck. . —A boy of nineteen was hung in England on Tuesday, for the .murder of Els mistress. This was tho first privato execution in London, under the new law. —Schuylor Colfax is traveling in the West, escorted oy, U. S. soldiers. The Indians aro after his hair, probably to show it to the Indian children of Ulysses...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
mmaxfwtMM •» babical svut tUt$tfftWr—*t m»m* • lama oactalt. /Something for ltePbytrt to Ftmier Ow. J 9"PPJ |*«-p»3!er8 of the American Republic,'you are. much to be envied I Not only «ro. yon paying one hundred and fifty million dollars a year, in gold, as interest obj your "national blessing," and twentyeight million dollars a year to the National bankers for making green paper money, but you have, the privilege of paying from eleven to twenty-tijro million dollars a year f<tr the support of negro paupers in the sluth, who are un,der th,«iv protecting wings of.the Frecdman's Bureau, like hCd-bugs under the wings of a bat. ' The $aUtrie* of (he official* who feed these national pets, amount to eight hundred and tfentytixthoutandfoUrhxindrtd andtteentynt tft dollars a year I This sum is divided among t^e different districts as follows: . Head quarters at Washington,fi?o officers, •alih n»iA#(ei amonntinsr in the afffrrettatG to $10.200; fifty-eight clerks at $80,420...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
Tli^ WorhtoK People. The difiiculties between the master masons arid bricklayers of New York city still continue in an unsettled state. Both parties claim to have gained their Object. Tho master masons , sly that tho striko is at an end, tho ' -inon having gradually yielded, and now boing to work ftr ten hoars. Tno brlcktayors, at n special meeting of the three Unions, hold recently, reduced their striko committee to one member from each body, and expressed their intention to continue tho .struggle for two years longer, if neccssftTy. Tho .Brooklyn Union, it was stated, taxes its members fivo dollars por man pfcr weok, in ordor to support tho strikers. The front .bricklayers of New lorkhave passed a resolution expelling all society men who; have Agreed to work ten hqurs a day, and directing that no Union man should work on a' front witb any man who has deserted the8ocioty. x ¦ The practical painters in New York, numbering 1,600, aro all working on the eighthour plan..and non-mem...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
H ' otSE TO I.KT-To a small family. No. 306 Court street Two-story btlok; six rooms. Rent8200por annum; poMcssion given itumediatoly. Apply at this office. - soptlO-;U* 1 \i§ii LOHX.—Lost, a small and playful tun-JL/cotored <log, with a white spot on bis forehead. A liberal roward will bo gi.ycn by roturntng hlnvto No. 424 Franklin Rtrect, below Odd Eollowo' Hall. iBcpt IU-3t ^ 1 , SIX MALE TEACHERS WANTjBU^i Cumru township. Berks county. Apply at the publio house of Wilson BwiUer(Shillington) In said districton tho »<1 day of October next. School term, five months. For particulars, address I KICHAllD BCHNADER. Secretary. * BlO-3t*ltw , GougloreTillo, BorjcB€o,,Po( HEN. TAXLOR HOUSEl 341 North Eighth Street, \Yit\in <t Square t>/ the Uiwcr Nrw^Yark: Depot; ¦ ; - READING, PA. JT. li: 8IIAEFFER, Proprietor. s!0-3m TMPOUTANT , NOTICE1 I THE GdOD WILL FIRE COMPANY, OP AI.LKHIWS, FA., ' Would hereby announco to tho cltitons of Reading thatowing to a cons...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
1«|K>ATAHT FltQM HEW TOBK M»>4Uc«l. Pre|»*Mitlo>w for Vraa« at the Approaching Klcctloa. ' £ New York dispatch aays: ' "The Radicals have Bet machinery ib motion in this city through which thev hope to be able to cariy out a system' of frauds; on election day that ^ will assist them m defeating, in a measure, tho will of the people. Their first plan is to procure a list of the male residents, through tho instrumentality 6f Postmaster Kelly and the Police 8upferintcridents, taken at ft time when thousands are out of tho city, in order that it may be an nmnll Kit nossiblo. . la to •'this small ond imperfect^ list bo used as a basis for admitting votes^and as an excuse to exclude from the ballot-box even those who have been resident* of ) .the city and voters lor years, if they aro not on this list. To make their schemes more successful, they have appointed a committee, to c/iforco it olection day. Tho committco is headed by Daniel E. Sickles, associated wi...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
¦HREE RAILROAD EXCURSION I AND GREAT AUCTION s ' ALE Of 1 ' M BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS, - IK PTOTLBR'S BUB7DIVISIOM OK THE EOHOUOI! OF LEBANON, COUNTY SEAT.Oj? I.EBAXO.V COUNTY , PA., OV MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 14,1808, \ At 2 o 'clock, on the Freinistt. Lobanon is in thocontroof the finostagricultural region upon the globo; tho outlot of rich and oxtensive Holds of homatito iron and othor oroswith Railroad and Canal, and other commercial facilities, soon to be augmontcd by tho oponing of tho Now Pine Urovo and Lobanon R. It.in rapid progress of conatruotioriconncotinpitwlth tho vast coal fields of tho Statewhereby its manufacturing interests, already oxtonsive. Svill bo greatly increased. Perfectly hqnHhy and the finest natural sito for a large oity nnywhorq to be found, it is a mattor of surprise that with its surroundings and advantages it should not havo alreadyas it doubtless will ultitnatolv. become ono of the largest and most flourishing towns in tho State, v ' Tho l...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
TTBADf|VARTBHS VOU , .. 1 ' ' ' CAMPAIGN GOODS! ¦' j ' :¦ ' AT THE' ' " i ; ^ l., : - ' ¦ " ' ¦ ¦ ':•¦ " ¦ " \ ' ¦ • • , . " ¦ • union jewelry: manufactory; 1 AND ' ' " ¦ ' : ; i BADGE DEPOT, ! ., - . '¦ ( - . ' NO. 14 NORTH MFTH %T., . (Neit door to the Evening Dispatch Office.) 20,000 Campaign Badges! DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN. Direct from the Eastern and othor manufactories, which we can sell at New York prices, by thou- 1 sandhundred or doion. They are the finest msortmont ever offered for tale in the oity of Read¬ 1 ing , naving over one hundred diliorent patterns, suon as Medals, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, 4o. Good Agents wanted—a good percentage allowed, l Our/Retail prices oro from 10 cents to $1 00 , Per-, sons will do well to give us a call before purohtang elsewhere " . ' ¦ ' • ¦ SOCIETY BADGES, MARKS AND P^NS of ' ali kiml?niade to ordorr also . 'ieirelry of all descriptions made and repaired. Watches And Clocks properly repaired. ' «8tf
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
DIABOLICAL NEGRO OUTBADE A . woiuon Ontraral «V<» Murdered —Another Wonumwopnued, v Hautfohd, Sept. 9.—Brookfiotd , Connecticut, was the scene of n fearful crime on Friday last. VA rfogro, suspected of being one who hod just beenoutof jail at Danbury, called at the- house of a Mr. Wlldman, in Brookfield, and finding nb one at Ijome but Mrs. Wttdmon, assaulted her. "Tlio house being at some distance from her neighbors, it was some time before hor screams for holp could be heard. At. last a woman heard them and proceeded to the house, when she was met at tho dpor by tho demon and struck senseless by a large stone. Ho then returned to his victim and after a severe struggle, in which he choked her until the blood came from her eyes, ears, and nose, he accomplished hiB hellish purposo_and decamped. The woman who went to the assistance of Mrs. Wildman, having recovered) gave the alarm and vory soon a crowd of excited neighbors were gathered, and the woods and country sear...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
ACW AKkTXBTIRKMKJf TS KEYSTONE OPERA HOUSE. -•; ¦ ; ;' . ¦ • - ' .; : UanyWittM.HMMOr. ' . ' ; SIX RIGHTS ONLY! \ - Cmtnencing Monday Sctning, September utS, 1808. . •, ; THE GREAT . ; MARTI NO! CALIFORNIA ILLUSIONIST , AND VENTRILOQUIST} Will present each «Tenlm»n - ' Entire Change of iWrawwe, replete with New and Beauiifld Features, ; includint ttxb ; ¦ -• • WONDERFUL LIVINQ HBAD . ' . , .( ASD THB ¦' ' • ' GROWTH OF FLOWERS, One Hundred Hl«««ut suid Voctly Prcs«BM will to« Git em Aw«y, \ BrcryKltht. ' ' ADMISSION. 25 CenU; Reserved 8ekU. Sd Cents. Doori 6p«n at 7 o'clock j commonco al 8 oVlook ,' ; GRAND CilFT MATINEE Saturday AfternoonSsptomborlMh, at 2 o'clock* when every child will recotvo a Uapdiomo Present. Admission to Matinee, 25 Cents. ARNOLD jfONKS. Agent, sept 10-3 to
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
1VEN80N & JONES, fl . PAINTERS AtfD. PAPER-HANGERS, * ¦ 1 Have iWeceived from thePbiladelphlaand New York markets the finest assortment of • , ¦ • . 1 ¦¦ \"*Tr kTT T '"iTfc t -w-w-m ^ ' -*-* WALL-PAPER ever ofTered for ealo in this city. Call and see them at their r NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 525 PEtfN STREET, READING s7-3mo.
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 10 September 1868
Demo«nai« Conntjr Bfoialtnitlonj JVf Congress: ¦ HON. J. LAWRENCE, GETZ, of Reading HENRYS. HOTTENSTEIN.of Mw»(*wny; HRNBY BROB^T, of Tuijietoccon ; i' . ' fbr District Attorney! h v " y EDWARD H.HUBARBR, or Rc»diug. *' ' • for (^unty^Commissioner: - wifiiiuit8..Yptrtto,;of;ft*dHjr; -:.; • r WILLIAM B.ALBRIGHT, of Cumru. For Director of the Poor t DANIEL ». LORAH ^ of Lower Heidelberg. .Far County Auditor t . PETER 8. ALBRIGHT, of Perry. For County Sumy or: DANIEL fl. ZACHARIAS, of ReadiDg.