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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

Fisnivo TAOUiB.-^Ju8t,receited, 'a iiew lot of rod?, Jines, snoods , bait; boxes, > and Ihe celebrated Carljsle hooks , i^tv^Wipwan 4; Miltiinore'fl. . * - 8epv'&^w eod ^it tfrlas: jdBt completed tho painting of £ Irttodidiwe banner for the 8odahty Society of St, Paul's Catholio Church-r-Ninth street.-e The ' painting represents',the Virgin Mary holding in her right hand a 8talk ;of/lilie9.4^ The painting ftf. caifefully and artiaticaUy done, and docs credit to the artist; Tho btfek-ground is iigarcd "satb. Onshoreirerse of tho banner is the following inscription, in largo gilt letters: 1 ' AteMartat , Sine Lobe Concepta, ¦ Oraftn ' Nobi*. , . ' ¦- Tho. banner will be trimmed with .gold fringD and henvy eqld tassels. When completed, it will no doubt bo one of tho handsomest banners in tho city. Wouhdbrstand tho Sodality Society will hold a celebration in St. Paul's Church, sometime next month s when the banner will bo exhibited. , • ¦ • > ¦ ¦ ' ' -—i—« ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

THE DAILY EAGLE. KEAPJNO, PA., 8EB'feMBEit 18,1688J gijY' A^ Kco tnl luL-Bltt*, ^cX^enib, 7J, NoriTT] : Yellowy me qt Sewnth, 7>» . | | D. L.— AH IVf of D. I/Tweet Second ?J; Important. , . - . _ ' ¦¦?¦ •; '. •¦ •'-/ [eept.il<*4t T>. I,.~Meot Second, 7i. ,. *• ¦' ' D. h.—Otaj, Blue, and \Yhlte, meet Scc-s ornl, 7, sharp, at Nq. 1 White. I TUB MAN ABOUT TOWN.-A. J, Dm* * ,BJo, # ' li» Venn rtreel, bave Jurt placed In their tobubco itorola very handsome show ca»e, being 6 feet long, i% feot wide and}f afoot bi|tb. ijfli m&da of Italian wurblo, mounted with, »Uyer corners, and the frftmo work holding the glaues U of wolint. 1 It «•> «lv«» t° tne fltm *• ,%P»««nt. : —r—The JUllan hMpht UiUtfiUoHtaf .through ouritreeW ill»penilng hl» tnoiloto crowds of cklldr«n.THon. Wm. Bttong, onopf tho Juitlce* of tho Supreme Court of the State, is Jn town. The Judge, took" remarkably well. A Southern weather prophet predict* that the firrt froat of. the aea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

mm FwatBi^MafOliottUpiifll, # ; |'' . . Tvi iMevtete h^MMat *M«ia m«**t* \%» iNST4ltft>it : IN. CUrJK ^<ui »koWr ii*byi«rk^*v4 R t*ik* 1 tw* -;- ~ • tU«ff(s:»Up^<tljr ' n^^l ,»MlU v* «P<'tlIi> ,-.i>r.>»O fntMy ti«ru\t«u n4t<»V«U*^(c*bt« to t.lk«chua d U-t»- <tvr i>g«jw t<)Ui« «4uU<, tt>ov««uit« o|'^fo<*rfv\ c*i<oi it#> t|(y tKaiihliM(«»tfc»a»Utiari^ti«y<^l*n^«tr>iv.r^ l ftiul i\ Rlngtii m^illcA lloh of th« euro will convlno* ttio luxi tktotlcU Mmt of It* Iriitr luirncuKil-. pira«<. -«- ' >! " WE CHAILENGF THE W 0RI1) to P^ttc* \iW %wd. UTo/tfniili/thqt dhcit'beeiMiied(icquavn 'd ivtth^H m\ hw hiltM without i?, .^j - it . , /ZAii <jtf 9tf>. ;j.-j fivfify ili'D^ gfil'ii'.. ; i ' ,: •; " - ; e ^. i)jii|BHti|rt k *^4 , .. ¦ .. V 1 ,/. ¦ , ¦?¦ ¦ * • ' ¦ ¦' ,' ¦ '; ti«\'e ^jp iitor^^ M^i^i^ti , Ck«whatJ.A.DadJfy,faTf i 4rth« ^ of D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

; .;.:„ '• • ¦/'.'•:¦ 15 fv >.;•">,- «. ;,¦ ¦> ,'-, ¦ ¦V;; .-; ¦»• ¦ ¦; ->' ' --\ " .:- " ;\ ' . ' 'i i .. ' '.f TaBYonnf People's ChrtstUtt AssooUilo^ will wett n«« Monday evening at 7* o'cl'k. , . ' . ¦ f ' " - ' . . ¦ ' .' ' " • " . ¦ ' ¦ ' ' ¦J3AT(;aDAY ,$ep|"|M?, ,\ Mrs. Watts, of Nfe ir York. city, ' wndso house Wft« entered and robbed by two burgj lars on the 2d inat, during tho . absence of her, husband, died Thursday morning of pari alyais, caused by fright. 8h» recovered her speech but once after tho shock, and then only long enough to rolato the circumstance* to hc^bniband.. t Tho Tonncssee Legielativo Committeo had an interview with the President yesterday, and asked that more troops bo seat to that Stato for its protection. No. conclusion was reached; and there is to, bo another inter- ' view to-day. j | Tho Georgia Stato Sonate is preparing to follow the example of tho Houso in oustitig the negro members, . . . ¦ • ¦ .• •_•• i < T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

SHUHP** V••-•;.: ¦ • ¦ a i-a v "6 ; el£6 iHWm —* '— ; . . • ' ,,, , ., ¦ . -.-,..., ,.WI, . - i _A ' • ' -> > * ' ' /;> ' " »Mtft.T AUUftafc , ¦ " ' ¦] Sunrises;.^ ? ;¦ •/. g 4Q \ Sotteets . .0 14 ', ipays^s length 12 hours 28 mfnbtes, ¦ % i STATE OVTUn WKATUKB , 12« ' Ct&CK IT. ^Veather ^leor and sultry—Wind N, .W : - ' w STATS OF TIIKRMOMETKB. 7 A. It. 2 P. M, Mpnday, 09* 81° Tuesday, 69° ' 7»° Wednesday, 00° 80» ' Tharaday, ^8° 88° Friday, ' 74° OP Saturday, 74° ' 92°- Tuk Sixteenth Annual Commencement of Pennsylvania, Fcmalo College, at Collegeville,. (lato Porkiomen) Montgomery county, will take place oa Thursday, Sopt. 17th. Tho exercises will bo very interesting, and there will no donbt.be a largo attendanco. A ConiiBsropDSNT of tho Dispatch asks theEAUT.E a question; but as hohascovorcd his idea w}th eo mnpy words ihat wfl cannot make out his meaning, wo aro unable to answef 1 bitn. ¦ - j A VQVxa lady in. Franklin street, below Second, wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

' ^^< 'rfs 4 .' «• ! ' :-S si ¦' »• , 2S ' / ' ¦ *\« ! ?S «, .- ft • ^3 ^S ff 1 ' -2 P 1 . cj •' i""5 i i^fei* ^ <t;< ' ' fti .\ ¦ ' '¦'"' ' Zff.^R'"f ¦ ''¦^ . ' ¦' •'^sP ^/• '¦\-vy" t^S mm

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

TRREB RAILROAD EXCURSION ? GREAT AUCTION 8AL^ ' ;• 6¥, OS ' ¦ BEAUTIFUL i JIVILDIN Q LOTS, . tHftfortck'd 8U8-Dirr8toiroPtH« BOBOtrartof > "' .LBB-AiyOjSj,.,; :t : CpUNTTfiKATprUSBAKONCOVHItYjM.yOK \ MONDAY AFTBRNOON, BEPXEMDBRH.1903, • - 'V- ' .• ' • ' ¦ ' 1 > • • ' At 2 o'tlod; on ike jftemiitt. i -, ' "^ " ¦ ' , -; ;,¦• • ¦ ¦ ' . ' / ' * ' /; region upon tbe giobo; the o^tlrt of rion and ei^ tonstvo fleldi ojf hematite (no ni othKr OMfcwlth Railroad and . Oan»ltad qth« •ottimtrpliu aollltlw, soon to be »u«mented by the ipp«utn« of the New Pint urdve ana Lebanon B, St., In rapid progress of oonitruotlonoopnectinjrttwith(th»T«t ooal flows of the Statewhereby fU mauuiMtttrbtt interosUi, already oxtennfewul w treatn. l»; created. Perfectly healthy aMine ivM natural bIU forftlarge city anywhere to b« foundit U* matter of surprise that with ttaiartouadtoat and advantaeea It «hould not bave alr«;dyas Itaoubt* leu will ultimatelybeoome one of the larceet and most flouri...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

MAnsDonF's.—Tho best place for tho theatre-going citizens to go to, to-night, is—Mftrsdorrs. No where olso c«ft the/ spend bo pleasant an evening as at this plnco. The programmo is an imposing one, and tho «>¦ - iiitts aro first'Class. Amoug thosQjon tho board aro—Mrs. KatV Brooks, the vocalist and commedionndj Mr. Brooks, English conccHiiiR aod.pisrtliat; Miss Kosa Smith, tho prima donoafand danaeuso; Master Jardella, the eelobrated female impersonator,' La pqtitp Maggie and Master Q corgo, the little prima donna, and the littlo comicj singer and dancor, - E. O. Miles, tho finished ' artisto and iitiper8onntor of "Undo Joe," "I am "W,'* "Tho Rollicking Old Man," ''The Golden Wedding," &c.% &c, tho best win%s arid malt liquors at the box. ; ^ - MUETINO OP IiOD0K9 . AND ASSOCIATION*).— Tho following named organizations will hold their regular stated incetings this (Satuudav) ovening: ' Freedom. Circle, No. .T. B. U. (H. F.) C. Am Brotherhood Hall, Third and...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

< Bept M-^fiP; If, Cotton per 1b. - - - • ' ¦ « 80}#3iU Sooab ,- ' - - . "r «- UHdWAa PlTltOUKWt * - « * - ..; SOJj Flour. • • " . • - ; toperflne, - - - '8 78®7 80 ixtra, -• .-.• ' .• 8 00®8 75 iTorthweat, - - ? -90091100 > ». and Ohio, - - - • , 10 00®12 00 Faner, : --• ¦ -• .. '1260^1400 BrBFtiOOitt , ,, n- - « . 0OO@9 6O ° Whwt, Bed - • - - 12 20f 3 80 Wheat. White, ' " - .-.. -afiOfaa Corayel. - ' »' - ^V..188ai» do We«t: - - . - 1 30§1 SI ^ Malt, per btuh . - ¦ -. 210 Barley. - - v - - • ' • • : - 200 Mew- , - * i - . 80 00 Mtoe Mess, / - .: « . • .8100 Wme, ¦ " ¦ ¦ - •,- ¦ |;-v " • . 24M Me«Be«f, -/ • - » - 27 eo Bacon. J ; , : . ,.; ' . r > RlbfS;c!e«raides - -•- T' « . ITMmMU «f«ste« - * " iw®« ? URKBN MIAT8. ^ ' • '•','- Bhomders salted - ". - «. 1$E JijUfu* ¦ ' : •"', • * " » ~ . . * * ' 20>% Fjsap«BB»i,. ' . .•• .^ «iK2 kWf ' i " * " • •¦' • " * ¦ •"^ OIbuB. ¦ ' .'. ' . ' . . . - . . . -,< . , ¦ Clover ptrbtuhel, . . • ., 8 5009 00 ...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

. Cok8IDerable editorial mattor ijnIrowJod out of our columns, to-day. € UNlVKRSAttsT Oiiujioi!.--At this churuoh Hov. K. 1'otora will givo ft iliBCOurBe,to-morrow (8uni|ay) evening, on "UovivnlBl' with a contrast between tho truo nnd tho false."—In tho morning he will prenoh on "Tho truo ChmtinnUomo. H , V-. ' ., ¦ David Woods, employed at • tho 8hect Mills of Soyfett;, MoMatjua & Co., yestorday, rtccidcntftllV slipped amlfoll on a hot sheet ofiron«n4 cttfftnd buried hia arm soverd-J y. Uo waa conducted to Ma home, where he was properly cared for. _ - ^ _^ Qvr readers will bear in mind, that tho Free Excursion. Train for the great auction .8aleofk\ldinjjlotsat LebanA. yrill leavo the lower depot. Reading, at 1 o'clock precisoly, on ' Monday (14th inst.) and. that no better investment can bA rondo than at Lob' toom '-7 . . Tl|s Domocrapy of the Ifinth Ward.wiil % 6 Seymour and Blair (lug this evening W »hp Scott House, corner of Ejighth ana «?«Q Wopd ! jtte«Virt 1 o'cl...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

TJ10 Colorado Election, WA8iHNaTOK, Sept. 11,—The President this evening received the following despatch : \ , ' . . , . Denver, Colorado, Sept. ' ^. '--Colorado elects a Donioorat. . , !- ' GEondB W. Perkins, ») Chairmoh Democratic Central Committee. The -Vermont HlecUpn. .•< New Vobk, Sept. 12.-~Retur t8 from Vor? mont indicate a Radical loss. since 1864 of 2,183 votes.' Since 18C4 the Radicals have decreased thoir vote 1481,aud the Democrats havo increased their .vote 702 ia tho same timo—a Radical decrease of 3 2-5 per cent., an(| a Democratic increase of 6J por cent, i Far and near throughout the Whole Country, tho nejifljpaperB teem with the wohr derful cures performed , by Dr. Ilusscll'S Magnetic Oil. 60 cts. and $100 per bottle, American House, Reading., [aug. 17-tf ! MONEY MABKBT; ' Bushong tcCro.,Bu>k«n,No. 10North 6th «tr««t quote tufoUowi: Rbadifo. Sept 12,1868. Olip.g.6'Bl881 - , - - - :lt$9 OldU.S.5'81862 - -¦ - - • • M»£ NewA!. 8.6^0*8,1804, July a...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

FREDERICK W. LAUBR, f ¦ -'' ¦' ^Olifi ^AIIi^'' " \ j Oorntr Fifl\ and tFaik\*tto% ttrtdi} BiwAtitotfa Sole Agjint for Berksand^el>«onoo BBUw,<or ' the celebratedr. ' ; ... ¦ . ¦:" . •: '¦~ , i>% ' .,-r, ": . ,t •' ¦ ,; ., ¦ ' . ¦ ¦ ¦ ' i V sAjjpsbN isOAts cbiiPAinr, ¦ - - » '•' •>:• -; ¦ . - ¦ . • ¦ ¦ . ' ,. " : -: i .' • • ' ¦ ' ' . r" :i ,/,.. • ¦ ' . ' - • fho mort relJablo Utifiunbli Scale* eretpitted ': » ' ' -.. ' . ¦ .'. '¦ -.- ¦ ' •¦ ' X^' ' ., ,J\ ," ' . ' 'V. ' . . " .! t ' . \\ ¦' : ' - i " ,-¦

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

LOCAL NOTICES Ir our friends will use preparations for restoring gray hair they should use the best in the market. Our attention had lately been called to an article which has an extensive sale and' 0. very high xeputatjon, known as Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia, and we are inclined to think that it possesses more desirable and less objectionable qualities than any other in the market. It restores gray or faded hair to its original color irt a most remarkablo manner, and by its invigorating arid soothing properties removes' all dandruff and humors from the scalp. Give it a fair trialandyoucmipotfoiltohkeit, augl81 m Dr. Light has just received a large lot of pure, ftesh drugs and , medicines, of all kinds. Those who desire the pure article (and who does notf) we j woald advise them to go to him. His prices ore reosonable,and he waits upon all his customers in a prompt and,gentlemanly manner, ^ prescriptions ' are pat ap in the .most careful manner , and there is no danger of any...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

RtM>rtoH«5tw*Ktii«*Km«T BUtlVv-'FMia d»JrTf%ft«—~~«—""vy>yv^ •• vA&SZZvdSr JP j^»*T't>***?*** w "*"*Mv^**^ > *^^T** * * MiAr>J9«tf||*tk, ro«d^ttv 1 i«.^.^.>^i^* I " " WIMP, " ?.....M»».»J..tJS|MI ' . ' . - ' • !* !£'25« li.. " .«..»».^«'h..m» j « ; lsSi * ; «C-**-f 54-4 \ „ « ;, '* »**«. . . A ...I...U».,..M.,;(.« S^. ¦ nA * r ' ' : tii v»' ¦ >¦& *¥<-***?* ¦ ¦ ¦ -\ ¦ oiicea, . ...u|i......,...i....«! p. ¦ Bitoctoiia— ' " ..........I........ 919 Bioitft— ¦ ' " *>«.....».* Si i\)in.T8T-€ht«ken«Hv«, ". **»««»»»«,.-. 1 " ' w ^ arftHM,' . .....i..i...;.......«.;-i« < /( "• ' Turku* live, HH»»»n>t>n.i.ii* A »' ' 1 .1 : " Swrhut flhtek?M » wto.Vw .(»..B»JV 00 ; VKWAOVBrnTlSSIIBllVg. ^ i

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

V. T. Geho, No; 058 Penn Btreet, has just returned from Now York, where ho procured tho largest assortment of boots and shoes of all kinds evor brought to tho city of Heading. Ho has already received ft largo assortment of the stock ordered, and the balance^ is coming in daily. Ho has bought cheap for cash and can afford to soil cheap, on tho samo terms—his motto, is "Rapid sales and small profits." Among tho new styicg just received, are women's Glovo Kid, high Polish cttt—prico $8.25 to $8.60. Women's Turkey.morocco, Polish cut—price $8.25. Ho has also men' s good heavy boots which ho can dispose of at as low a figure as $3,25, iHe has all kinds and sizes ofboots and shoes that any poreon may desire, at tho most reasonable ) prices. We would . advise all persons in need of shoos or boots to givo Mr. Geho a call and examine his stock. We havo no donbt the most fastidious can suit himself as to price, quality and style. |

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

DAILY FAST FREIGHT <IONBt' ¦ i i . .;• _ '" •¦• . . ¦ „ • • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ : ' . > f ' ! BETWEEN UBAPINGANO NEW YORK ' . . ; via ; ¦ . • - . — > . ¦ • .; i I , ttoWssA^D' ESSEX MttiRdAD. ;' 1 >\ . • . ¦ ' ' , '¦ ' > t '¦ ' ' < • . • ¦ ¦ ¦ ' .. . , jii : Loaves Reading at 4 p. ta. and "Sfiw Vork »t &20 fngatfqotof Bawlay ; iltree». : N«w^^YoA. betort l o'clock P. m.i will be delivered at fuherpolnt wlwr ontresHpmentL ! ¦ JW.V.nMXaAY, j Oen'l Freight Agent, M. & B. R; V,., Itoljoken. ; ¦ Local Agont, M. A'E. i}, B., Beading. gootfl-Sffloa . . -. • • •

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

Tub D wkrbnoe.—One of tho chief points of differottco between civilized and barbarous mankind is in tho attention given to the natiiral covering for tho head; tho one being caVefully cu\, clcansod and brushed , nnd the other allowed to remdinidirty, ana unkempt The Uso. faf "BarreU'8 ( Vegetable Hair Restorativo1 'will en euro all that could bo desired by civilization or ignored by barbarism. ¦^•Boston Poit, • sept 10-lw Wk met ft man yesterday on the Btreet who seemed to H very. much, excited, and in. ft great hurry lo get upTen» Btreet On »aaW ing inquiry, we found that he was bound for N. T.treho'a fashionable boot and shoemaker establishment, 668 PenaitreeL where can bp found, the cheapest boots oad shoes in the • cl ^-,.- ' " " "•'" ' " . ' ' '/ V-_M. ; il^fc ' * ; , Fon lurther local news see eecond.paKe.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

Oas and iSteaw Fiitin^l' NO..,10, SOptB, FH?TH . 8T&EiST, i BEaS LBAVBTOANNQUNOBTOTHaoiTIr jtejur QtUctdlot and rklnlty, Mat ha attypiif TLUMBINO. OA8 AND STBAM FlTTINd,! M jteHAo^;'^wwkdwe>|tti^t*^i; Hoki bntthabert workmene»pl»«L/ .'•;,, ¦ AUo.ajoUf flrrt-cliil ChandellorjBrackeU, Rwgelr mix 1^btmi«r:CW«eu, . 8pliot«|«<, ajways on hand and foriiw»J»t ^elpwew Prtoei. ; Aiharoof the publM . patronage li reipect/ully '° Jun*2Mm ^ .ibwAto ' adfiltL ;

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

A LARQHLOTOB; * . Domestic and Imported r '\> WOOLEN AND COTTON MNtalNd • ¦ ..•:- , : ¦ ¦ ' - ¦;i, ! J A»»^-: ¦ . --.. >: . -' .AND ZEPHTfRS, \ For sale cheap at • , ' ,; „ • " i;'V . ' . -V; B. DEfiYFOOIfV " ;/•: I •] ;. . ' . 705 P»b Street aVore 8«»entli.; ; ¦ . «uk 28^w ¦ ;\y\ ;.. j ;'i::v\y, t f^^?w lo P r«-8o»!ii » • »V° n baring atolon m nJJi}^*book from ufr chopall t»nopttto e» u tfonod not to pay any Bflu maaeont and presented totheni>eiceptiniby]myjBelf. » A r ; < • " . • t ^ \ . HBNflr GOODMAN. Wheelwrightj au»81«tf * ¦¦ ¦< ¦ ..; nsyratokltoitteei

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 12 September 1868

Cut His Foot.—At the N. W. cornor of Franklin street and Peach alley—between Eighth and Ninth—is an opon lot. On tho N. E. corner is a public school house. During recess, and nt noon, tho scholnrs play in tho op1 en lot. A. tinsmith, whoso name wo did hot learn, is in the pabit of taking tin to tho lot and there painting it, and letting it remain to dry. Yesterday one of the scholars, a little boy, while playing struck his foot against a piece of the tin and cut his foot to seriously that it is feared ho will get a stiff ankle. ' Tho wound-was so large and deep that a surgeon had to, sow it up. Either the lot . should bo closed, or tho tin should bo. taken to somo other locality to bo painted.

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