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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

GOOBNESg OF LIFE THE TEST • .j. OFTBLTII. Every mail from Europe brings oVcrr fr^h confirmation of tho melancholy condition of tho'Widow of tho late Emperor Maximilian of Mexico. Wo all know, the fearful results of his misguided fcmbitipri. 9utWho Mineatimato rightly her. ftufferings? Tho news of hor condition shows Jhoir Insanity to b» of that settled charactet which tho ablest physicians in EuropoTogard na almost iiOpoless. Perhaps it may, howover, bo regarded •lmoak ns a bloasPng that aO much of ' her afflictioti is s ^ hut out from hor mind by; hor presont Catariity; Butthbro is no d9ubt that *« way all learn from i\ to'Vegard W truer and bettor lifts as the only final and proper ttijt nronnsed'. nflvnnooB in hnnian to» of all proposedadvances , in human ^ , alfoinmont. Thero are ' in all times 1 changes of thought constantly taking place, new ttuths breaking upon ' eadi ago, - and now or revived errors Bprlngingup llko weeds in tho «oil of humanity. As there are ne # w ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

OBtV. GRANT AND THE ANOBIi. \ Ulyuoi Grantono ntsht Void down to rest, IIli cyoi wore.cloiod—ti ah>U folded on. hti breast. Heslopt i ho dreamed. An angel bright nnd fair Rod o'er the sleeper hovere 'd .ln tho air. "UlyssesI"crUdtho angel,"lam tent - ' To Usrn of thob—wbo would bo PrcBldont-r Whnt mo thy vlow* upon affairs of SUto? ,., )Yhat thy oplnlona of tho question* groat , That now disturb tho nation? 8p»ak, I privy, For tlmo U precious and Umust away." tJlyaaejlookodtho angoll rf thoeyo, Then, while hft bosom hqavod .a monstrous sigh. Ho said: "Bright angoll oomo'at from yonder . i.tlr-'^ ' ' - • ' • Donated, pray, and try agood cigar. , ¦ !(&»/> inajri Ulyueti angels, nevcrpmoko." : '•Inll)OMibUl';crledtJ,! <1 you aurolyjoke," i '•Iipiak thetrurtj; Home, kjulfltly, frnnkly it*W What are your view* upon affair* of Btate," I "I i'p08o you'vo Boon," said U,s ''ilnoo you'vei " been down, .•'/ ' . ' • ' The handiouio' pups, of my friend Marsha...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

TIIB CAMPAIQlf BAOLe. During the ptesent^mp^gn, from Awgast 12th to Noyo ' mboR J2tt>,;*pejriq4 of ibree month*, tho Daily EaolkwUI bo issued to campaign subscriber* ftt tHo following rates: From Aug. 12tn to Nov. 12th, 3 moa. t/ $1,20 From S ept. 12th to Nov. i&b ' , 2 trios. . 80 From Oct. 12th to Nov. 12th, 1 mo. 40 No subs cription for tho campaign Kaolb vrill bo received uiiIcbs accompanied by the cash. • ¦ . Anr person' getting up a club of Ten mibscribcrg, will re,ceSve a copy gratis. • , Tbo Eaoi.k will keep its readers well informed on nil tho political topics of the day, nnd will labor zealously for the dissemination of sound borhocratio doctrines, tho unity ond ' harwony.of tho " grout Democratic party, and Xh&.triumph $f; Democratic) princip les And the Democratic candidates. ; It *U1 ^ 86,contain, luiicondonBed formi fllltliogonerajtiewaof the day, with a compluto arid correct account of all local mat tera in or connected with our city and c...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

mil BBEADINCt FlnKINBlIKAWCK ATJ1> X TItVST COMPANY OV UKUHHVO. Oboanisskd J'oty, 1867. . Canta!, 8150,000.00. O£i<& lleadtnp hwirance ItuildinirNoAO Iforth ' Fifth street, 8. E. Corner of Iwrt tlrett. Otftco hours ftom & a) m. to 8 p. v. . ' • " t ninKCTona: J. Princlo Jones, James McKnlflht, Henry /,. Van Rood, Jacob ShnQ' nor, J. T. Jniksoh. D. E. Stoiit,. Jonas Blmlter, J.T. Valentino, A Qoorgo Hleser. This Company Insure^ all kinds of property afnlntt loss or d»mage*f>y flroatratoa na low na any othorrellablo Companyand upon ovoryplan known to Stock Insuranoo Companies. ' Porpotual Policies lfisucd requiring no rcnownl and u])or/which tho ninouiltof premium pnld enn bo rcoloimed at any timo, less a doduotton of fivo por ooct, Tho advantages of this method nre ins first-olasa dwelling nouses, barns nnd othur tuildlngfl, in town or country^as being tho cheapest nnd Bnfcat. ¦ ¦ ,'¦ Voliolos for ono, two, throo, flvo or mtoro ycnT8, or for J...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

SftBt - FemiQjrly^iQp Railroad OWednefiaayiMayTaotb,lp>.. V I • > ¦<> . <¦; ¦ . bik ™mh^fomy A w w*y On *nd »ftflr)Ved{nfWttT t V^^j'11^-two Pft««>nter Trftlnpwlll leave Reading dally(exceitt SonaayiJ fot AlUntowrTand !# ** SatlMfat 10.N) AM» *nd>4^J^ ,M,,»topBliitt,at-rs, l.Mh»w"y ki>»- tlobs mnett Rawin g hnfl'Ne$f YorkinsUlim also oo*#eonnMikn| ^yMai )ch Chunk and I hlladelpMa via Iiehjgh "VftUey &. ¦« .*, and nrrlyo at N»w York *t 3,30 and 10.18 P. »£*;:" ¦ , <! IU^nyUIf/?exWpraundliyP' for; Now;York aqqtho BMU' loavlfiB: Reading at 4U* aud V.W AVM. iindpt 2.10 and H.Io P.M. ( ThMo^miut'trtttt'tbroiiiifr flrom PUttliurgh to Ncwyprk,#th9UtohBng»pt.cftrf..8tWPlnK<>i»ly aiAMoniownucinionouiivasioniii iiyons, . unptop, JomnjBrvlHoPlftinfleldattd.-Klliabetli,"nml arrWoar' New York^t 1 0.0Q A. |I,,l2;w M.,T.A'i . .The4f44,A.M. trath will not . iwre Rosdlng . op MotffiSir. «M WX j X, khd IWO V.% H«...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

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Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Tho Inulnru—i.yncu Laiv In Knnsns. St. Lopis, Aug. 24.—Gen. Sheridan has issued an order directing tho forcible romoval of tho Indians in'Kansas to thoir reservation south of that State. Advices from Lcesburg, Now Moxico, mention. Indian depredations in that, rogion ; also, between Fort Siddon and McRcn. . Lmtrrnok, KANSAS , August 14.—Gonornl Sheridan's order meets wjth on enthusiastic endorsoiuont by the pcoplo of this State. On Snturda^ Governor Crawford telegraphed to the President requesting that such action bo taken. • - ^ s Twcnty-ono car loads of Mormons left Oraftba for Utah on Saturday. Junction* City , Kansas, August! 14.—An old citizen of this place, tianidd Thomas Reynolds , was taken by unknown parlies on Saturday night and hung to a tree. His back waa placarded: "Horse'thioves beware^—wo know yon. 1 ' , ,

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

H^'L. LER?8.".-^TT r~ , ; ' •, ¦ ¦ COMPOSlJIONktEMENT trim PAVBMENl ANDFLOfJR ' lNOWNQW Xaoknowledgpdito bo tbbjbest ».ri|e. i ltpecomes rirtrd and firm immcajatoly, U ary.durablo, aud imporvious to wator. ' anilnotdffeotea by either heat or cold., , , | ., - ¦ ' . All order* promptly attended to, and, the wdri gnarenteed to give satisfaction* ipplr to ' ¦ • '¦¦ Junel8 : tr fdlaJb&tfljgSfe PHE undersigned ha* bpenod a new and hand-L some1 MeatMarket, conslstigt of Frtih iMeat. janis, Shoulders , .Dried. Beef, Bolognas,; B«e) ongues, so. • ' < . '.;,'• [A PETER N. BOYEH, No. 628 Peto $tik$i ,

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

npbbery and Attempted Murtlor. , WoncKSTEii , August 24.—Benjamin Gudley, 05 years of age, was shot in tho head severely injured and robbed of $20 by Cornelius McQuirk, near Cochituato Water Works , on Saturday afternoon. McQnirk is still at Inrpte. , Vrlsse Viglit, Baltimouk , Aug. 24.—The . prize fight between Collycr nnd Edwards took place nt 10 a. m.,on Travcr's Isiand, Coon river . Northuuiberlnnd connty, Va. Collyor was beaten in 47 rounds. Tho fight lasted ono hour nnd fonrtccn minutCB. v • TIir IlnJt^itoro Kfliu««ciifcH». Bai.timouk, Aug. 21.—Aboutvl0,000 peoplo wore present nt tho Schut/.onfest' to-day. The music, vocal nnd instrumental, was very fine) tho day bright and cheerful, and every' thing passed off pleasantly.

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

\ —In Canaan, Conn., on Tuesday, Joshua Bolden killed his wifo with an axe, nnd>8urrendered himself to tho authorities. > —Brown velvet coat and Vest, white trowsera and straw jmt, 5b tho correct cOBtumo for a^entleinnn nt Now London. ' -—On tho 28th of July nearly eight Aundrod houses wore burnt in tho Russian jtovvn of Sestwosh, nnd Hovernl children pojisliod in tho flames. " ' / i —Scratches in . horses, it is assorted, can bo cured by applying evory morning n, mixturo composed ol ono drachm of Bulphnto of zinc and two ounces of g lycerine, —Two fast young men, ono from Philadel p hia, tho other from New York,aro under bait in WUkesb&tre, for shooting n miner, named Toohill. They plead nccidont.

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

' I'^mo ib i?hllBa*lplfli». Philadelphia, Aug. 26.-r-Orimo flourishes here. Almost every niglit soveral persons aro bea . terj and robbed in tho efreets, On Sunday two men vrero thus maltreated—on? at 'Twenty-third and •* Arch, tlio otljcr nt Twenty-third and Filbert streets, nnd a npn was bcaton insensible on Saturday. Thomas Bradshaw cut his wife's throat with a case knifo oiv Saturday night, butfortunately did not Skill her. He. was arrested. Christian Astcrotli was arrested yesterday for committing a rapb on an old Ionian in her own yard. He waa held in $1, GOO for trial. " ' ' '

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

PENS AND PEN HOLDERS. A large var!- Xet/ of different make*. For tale at the Eagle' Uoofcitnre. _*___ TitSfiifTZ'V \ }f\(\'I{$!. JUST rcthe Kaglo Booketoro. a largo lot of Pocket Hooks NEWSPAPERS.AWi-' pew, oh hwid at this office ' , Which will bo «old cheap. • " . - ¦ " • '¦ . -M - <CITY HOTEL SOUTH SIXTH STE^ET (NearPenn.) i N REAPING, PA. / »f.C^*rgea moderate. . . ' , A . 8. ESTBBItY * Proprietor, r* •ngJStf .- ' .

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

COAL, 'LIMJ^, & SAND YAED! c i Cor. Ponn and Front Streets. n^IIB undersigned would respectfully inform his J. friends and tho publio, that bo is prepared to furnish tho bost of Coal, Lime, and Band to any part of tho olty, free of oharge. 0rdertpr0mI)tly0"0ml1o ?iNB.BROAV^ , tna&tf 102 Front &P<jnn8ts., Roping

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

wmmmm ' rmfiwfif m&^atiwoorf^1 at mt pFfi$t w^i jwpm m** .—¦ „ >..- . .. ¦(. .... Th»R»AOixal>iarBiot«,wlll j^lfcrititfdto i uWfINn Ip the eH* atmoijrn/aft va« tf. To HaUio^&rMifM0>»afc ©rf 136 a ayirte deSketloCwH >• n«d4M«lalw tf ten or mor»«^- icrlb«rt. f^r^*«]imlftU«tiU^«t4«to«l<bf IS[drtM«<i T WUWlM» DAitf KiOtir ^ , WIl;IiIAM B. BITTBB, JBBBB a; HAWLBY.

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

ntaalta of Bewn^trnctlon-N^iro niot ) |n Cb»?l«ll(oa Hx0ecte<!. CuAntESTON , August 24.—The Hon. Jnmos B, Campbell fitartedfor Washington today, to present to the President an address from the people Of Charleston, sotting forth the dangerous condition of thotUy, tho inability of the civil actthorilies to preservO' pcaco if riots should arise, ahd announcing the de-¦termination of the ' white people to be mode' rate, and avoid, as far as possible, all col* lisions , and asking the President to ' provide fpr the protection of the city.

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

CEMETERY LINE THE LINE OP CARRIAGES FOU THE CEMETERY Will, leavo Fifth street nnd Chorry nl|ey .ore» hour of the day, commqnclnc nt' ono o'clock, until further order*. THOS. IIOCH ,& BRO. tpMf ¦ WEST END

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

TUB BLACK TEST '•Idb solemnly swear that I accopt the civil and political equality of nil men, and agree wot to attempt to deprive any person or persons, on account of race, color, or previous condition^ of nny political or, civil right, privilege,.or immunity enjoyed by any otner class of men. So help mo God."—Southei'iiltactfcal Carpet Bag, Constitution. Noiiorthefn mnn, soldier or civilian, can become a citizon of any of tho"recon8tructcd States," without taking this oath,

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

TJR. EUQENH SCHffiNING'S n CELEBRATED SWEDISH BITTERS, Curo with certainty all chronic derangements of the Liver. Stomach nnd Kidnoys, is tho most Powerful Tonio of tbo Digcstivo. Muscular nnd Nervous Systemand tho most Reliable prcsorvativo against all kinds of Fovor, Dvsontery, nnd Infooious Ulsonses, ospcoinlly ngninst Cholera, Typhoid and YoWFovor. Price 75 conts o bbttlo. Six for $4. Kor8nlont>e 1 'Engle > *]5ookstore. 851 Pann fttroel.

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

,^-Col. John . Lipton ha? Weeb noniinated ad the Democr^tlo candidate for Corjgresa in the!7U» distrifct, composed of Blair,Cambria, HtlntingiJoin and Mifflin connties. *' • ' ' . ' ¦ ' .! -. ' ' ' • ' . '. V i ' ' yromGeorgia. Atijinta , ' Aug. >25.—A resolvttion wna presented in tho Georgia JJegislaturo requiring , the Governor to issuo a proclamation against unlawful assemblies. l i QJtaO j Grant nnd Colfaxj demonstration in this city on tho 18(h instant, there were but three whito men in tho p^ocossiori, arid not threo hundred , as published in papers north of Washington.

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

- . iitNtw f liyyr. . . .'. . .- . ¦ ' ^ ftf ' BttiMiiir t | ¦ -.WwaJa»to.b,Jun« V, 1803./ Djur Bii-I cannot forbear-**»r*|»lB» tojoii the deep oUlfitftfB I feel for th> JWMJH and e»ndid mppart jroo have alvfen tothe. Government In the preieot emjriency.Tne «iui*ri aeUvHi and p.trlotlim you hare exhibit*! l»» »• permUUiJ pemonallr »nd offlolidlr W . ioknoirledge, without arroittlng any penwnaf el»tm» on ny part to Men I •Ml bo huppy,»fw*yiSo Jbp, Mwmed your friend. , , ; ' .Ejt>wn»'». HtAKtoM, ' ' ¦ - • l. SkmUjt of War, AS^mSbSa^mS& Th,9 Radical* fre < circulating thtonshqnt thti and ofter rjOOfttlei dpiiitnohUl^lirtng , the tbtits title, purporting to «W»*n «>• count oi 1 fmudiprMUe^ ^ tte DfmocW of Pennijlvinifc Ift 1867. Tho »torie» told in thettf pamphlets kit efctromely tajprpfea* We, but even If true , wha| tight have tflaek Republican! to pr«e about frftu4»*t elections? It is ^ko the pot calling the kottle black—like 8attn reproving si...

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