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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

fJODA, WATER! SODA WATER! . ZIEGIiEB'S SODA FOUNTAIN .o NOW IN FUfyt BlX^T! Cool, Sparkling Soda Wotor, of all flavors, can be had at . - : ZIEQLER'9 DHDQ STORE , ; • W». 036 Pans Jtsjure, •; - • ¦ - uao-im* bbadino.pA.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

A LAKQE VARIETY O» M^MORANptftl A . BOOjKH, just opened nnd for Bale at «io Bflgle Bookstore. ¦ ¦ ¦ ' , -\ • .; job " , PR]ffl5M4to j^TOETH AMERICAN 8TEAMBHIP OOMPAHY THftOUQff LWETO w pALWdjtMA, ^ ' . Via Panama or Nloarugua, -," ¦ ' With New Steamshiof the t Frit Claw. ; .,- PattaatlmwthQnmvothtrhiiti , , . For further information attdrou theuoden|«ned

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

keW mMe house, I No. 652 PBim STREET, ' READI1JG, PAJ ' , PROPRiMbR, . OoJ»rlo»UklniliofDome^l« Wines of tbobert * / ' LAGkft BEBR, ALBj leg. •! ;W>«-tf. . ' ; :a ' • -¦• t ' ¦ i .

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

QC1IOOV4 CM>MI*AMIONil. AVe have just received tv largo Ut of Awe 4e>Ar»" |>lellUle Caskets, whrch we aro enabled to sell at reduced rates, containing * Uuler, Seal, Penoll, Crayon, l ' on Holder, Slate Penoll. Qum and Sponge. . BITXKRjf.Cp. Eagle Jsookstore.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 21 August 1868

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

OUT OF THE MIRY 0&&Y., Hops Chester was heart-sick of povorty. She knew thore were in tho world girls who hud dainty boudoirs, flMniabwl with velvet (ArpejLs, soft igillwn curtains, laxnrlant coocheri Brid *h o had only a poor, Httle,uncarpet«d» tcn'by fourteen ro^iny containing nothing bat a thtf fle-legg^d chair and a |pw, hard bed, which, two'thlrdfl of the time, sho shared with a teething baby. There was always a baby In tho Chester family. She had no appetite fortlje plain, coarse food which her father?*table afforded. She shudd#*l%i tfao/ ibvfl^Hs and floor* Of, tho tenement homo in which they lived, at the1 toUriack of everything but the'WreVt no-WJ«l«a,0f|lf0. , ;, ,,' ¦ '„ , ... f . niio% lk at biit the hwJsome pte^c%os of the children j nhd ' they, with alt jjioir brightness aUd boauty, woro. after ^1 a heavy burden to her pale, toll-wom mothor, hwhonMt, harU^rbriiinl father. )] ' ( dW hia a natursl .loya of b, opk«,an almost iu»»tlaW0 tWrst for k...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

Tuk Round Table says that recent ictve ' stigation ' a vovealtho fac' t that tho/coasta ofi^ew Brunswick, Princo Edward'a Island, New Jersey, and a portion of the eastern Atlantic shore are gradually uprising, while thO|e of the Bay of Fundy and Greonlnhdare . slowly sinking. Should this phenomenon coutinuo for ten centuries, tho map of the American continent would in 2000 present an entirely different appearance. Tho Hudson's Bay and Jersey shores would becomo fruitful val leys,with countloHs inland seas. Where how tho banks of Newfoundland Ho, thero would then bo peninsulas connected with tho mainland, as the banks of St. fltforgo arc at present. Tho passage from Ireland to America would thon only tako.four <Jays. : The whole Atlantic coast lino of tbo United States would bo advanced as far m tho bond made by the Gjilf Stream, and , tho small islands; bohks'nnd rocks of tho BftBaraus wouW; fuse into larger, islands, resembifag those ;6t the WeHt-Indlg group. ¦ „ . '; ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

COSURTICS^ A few hints about cosmetics will bo of use during warm weather. A mixture of lonjon J ulco, rosewater nnd borax will removo freckles and sunburn; to those who nro exposed to the sun, the use of a harmless powder is positively advantageous to prevent the skin from being injured. It is well to pass a cloth, wet with puro almond oil, over tho face, so as to just moisten it, before applying tho powder. . As ft deception almost every one hates tho uso of faco powder, but good Bonne recommends it for comfort's sake. After tho harm oi sunburn is dono, linen cloths, wet with a solution of borax, in rosewater, will allay the smart nnd remove the high color. To improvo tho skin of tho Hands, wash them with soap in tepid water, before going to bed: rub them with glycerine, cold cream or almond oil, and put on a pairof old white gtoves, loose at tho wrist. Persons staying where soft water is not to bo had for bathing shouUtuse atcaspoonfulof liquid ammonia to a basjn of water...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

Great BaUlcf-Deffefit of <be Allied Monj , a-reto. . ¦ . ' Rio Janeiro,;.July 31);,viaLondon,'Aug. 20,—The attack on tho Paraguayan fortress of Humaita, tlaO news, of which has been daily expected for a fortnight past,; took placo on July ICth, In the morning, the combined Brazilian and Argeutino foxc^s, under command of tho Marquis DeCaxias , advanced to the assault in three columns , amounting in the nggregato to ^0 ,000-men. At the same time, a heavy firo was opened qpon tho foitillcations from the fleet of iron cladVond land batteries^ ' . After a desperate a^d prolonged fight At tho entrenchment?, the allied columns retired withont effecting a lodgment within the enemy's works. The ajflied ' lpsairi : rejpprte^ (skt,?O09 5 kijiod and wonudeij. Nothing is known of the los«es of the Paraguayans, but as thoy fought utidor cover/of their entrenchments it isBupposcd to be less than that of the allies. ; TJie allied force laOrao Ohaco also ad-^jhc6d, irUV ]^e 0>je&a...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

LOCJAt NOTICES. : , , Dn. Light has jrist received a largo lot of pure, fresh drugs and medicines, of all kinds. Thoso who dosiro the puro or Mole, (and who docs not?) wo would advise them, to go to hira ^ His prices ar6;rensonable,and ho waits qpon all hi« A customers in a prompt and gentlemanly manner. All prescripti ^s are put up in the most carpful manner, and . there is no danger of any mistakes occurring. * * The Doctor has also all kinds of toilet articles' for ealor—oils,; washes, ^soapsj brashes, combs, dfcc.y&c.: A .'.» . .„. . •".' - : i . , - Remember th? placo^No. I,jjo^h fifth street. , . ong;2I-tff. Vt is not probable that Absalont:: jri&fl; obliged to us&anjr hair, preparation ^ force d his hair to.grow.ty such an extreme length as jjt issaidTto l^ve attained. In' oo^flay,' however, people quite freduehtly find-1 necessary to'ealrs^entifioiSittllftoftfdrth' pm in this respect.,'. Suchwill find tho« evort wlsfc supplied,inu vBtirre^ Yeg(jla ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

. ¦ Duiiog the proseqt caropaJpJ^m Augant j2th totfoventbw 4«J»i 'JflMJpfl Of JtN^e montbH, the Dult Ei ' aL)t jf ill bo>iiae<J to campaign Babscnbers at the following rote?: Fio»Xi»g.»^%)r5-t^.»4 ;i,l.«0 From Sept. 12th to Noyi 12th, 2 tnoj. 60 From Oct. 12th to Novy 1?*, lino, ,; ^M) Mo subscription for the campaign. Slots will be.received unless accompanied by the cash. • J ¦ ¦ ' ' ¦¦ - ' ?.- . j • Aft/ perion getting up * dab of !$n iutacril>ew(tTilUeceiye>copygriUl | ,, | The JUomi will keop.itsreaders welllUr formddon all&e political topi c* of the 4ay, and. will JaW^aW*!/ for the dlssoroijaf ttion of sound Democratic i doctrines, the unity an$ harmony of the great Democratic party, .wd th« trlapjpln of jDemocratto principles and the ^emocr^ic c^ndidft^ ^^^^rB^ofth^ayVwi^^cbppietewd correct aobount of all local mat* teri In or coptfpeted With aur city and county. .v."-" -"'' " ' _ ' - ' ; - , ¦ ¦ [¦ • " ¦ •. ¦¦ ¦:. fiycryTote|[ U) I^eiks o...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

The InOiHN Tsraublwi.. ^ St. Loiii8,;Aug^ tp.—A despatch from Hays City, Kansas, dated yesterday, says that the body , of Bill Comstock, tho famous scout, has just been brought in. Ho was luardercd yesterday by the Indians near here, and hU companions won) rescued, bftdly wounded. Eighiy Cheycnnw dr^>ie off 110 mnlcs yesterday. fr<Jm within a, rojle of Fort Hayes. Tho Indians aro now retreating toward tho Arkansas, with tho military and volunteers in hoV pnrsuit. Seyoral children stolon by tho Indians havob c^n abandoned and foqnfl. in the wboda. Six women hayc boon carried away .captives. With tho extensive preparations now organized ngftinst tho IndianR, It is thonght thero will bo no inoro trovvblo in Kansas. . The ho.stilo tribes nro the Clioyenitcs Knd Arm: pahoes. . ... ¦¦ ¦ ; * General Hnrnoy nlso loft yesterday for Omaha and the Indian country on liusinosa connected with tho th ' dian. Peaee Cominisflion. • ' . : ' * ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

, . Froml\« Evening Star, ! * VNDBR THB DAISIES. Under the daisies, far away down; Under tho dahlet, under the JOd, ( XhrioheadJ lie low. butcaeU wcarsa otown. Under tho dallies, alono with Uod. Under the dallies that bloom to Ulr, Nodding their heads In tho morning light; Smiling and laughing, With never a care—Du they iCirays smilo in tho day noil the night? Three beads lie low. Should I grioye or weep Tbit their oyct an chwed and thejr hearls an sllllT Oh I could I share in their dreamless deep, , I would glvo my all, but must watt Qod's will. Hearts inu«t break nnd heads must bow; . Tho maxim is old—" no oross—no crown"— My heart is brokon, oh I lay mo low Under tho daisies, far uway down. JllAIPlllNR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 22 August 1868

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