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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Notice to Wat^r Ooneuinera, • /T \)yiNa to .the oitroraclr low state of the wattr V/in the Reservoir* and tbeipiportlblllty of completing the ImprovemotiUfor Increasing The water supply of the city before the next two or throo month ; tho Commissioners,of Water would ronuest the water-taker* ortho city to be as ecftnomiooi as possiblo In the use of water, at preientt of proper attention to this rcauest, on the part of each oonsumor. large Qtiantitloi of water can be saved and a full supply. for i ordinary purpose! gdnranteod t6 nil. % \ Thosflyoral JWra comnnnlware »l#o rAquesUd toccMonsing waterdurlng too.present drought, except In coses of lire. ' .- ' ¦ ' By order of tho ' ' • ' . VdtfM/SSIomWS OF VTA tEJi. n.V.lj\Vti,&cretan/. ,. ' . ' Jj 16tf v ' -i^Ol typ aMi ' wwHriijjeijSOWP^ .

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

CITY AND COUNTY. * —?—¦?—- For further local news see third page. ' T* Boat Sunk.—Yostor<lay nftoirnoon, an empty canal boat lying at the wharf, near tho LnncaBtor Bridge, gradually filled with water from a leak, tt floated in^o the middlo of the canal and thcro sunk. Tho Schuylkill Navigation Company's steamboat appcarod on tho scene in tho evening, nnd tho water in thte boat was pumped out by steam, and tho boat repaired. , . i

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

It is , not probable tWt. Abyiloiii was obliged to lis^ nny hair- preparation to forco his hair to grow to such an extreme length as it-'is said to. havo, ntt&ined. ' Iii our day, however, people quite frequently find it no pessary to call scientific skill to afid them in this respect. Such will find,their every wish supplied iri "BarrettV Vegetable Hair R4-storative."—Davenport (Iowa) Democrat* : aue20-lw ¦¦¦-: . totnmHKtaUh m. Tobia* farto. J. La* rtnet GiU, MftrjAttltr , LetlMtlUbtr \:Wi Alexander P. TuttontPatid C: K& Urt Charles II. firooh, Jimn Latins aaa H. A, Collins. I' . A Thi* is the. some ease mentioned in these columns a few days ngo, charging tho de« fendanta with conspiring to illegally remove ' Q. jW., Alexander from tnfef office of Assessor of Internal Kovenuo in this district. - ^ ' The defendants appeared before M. Kengel, Esq., this morning nt 10 o'clock,wft ' ived a hearing, entered bail for their appearance at November sessions, nndorjid t...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

' VUBN1TVKE WARD ROOM. ^ONOTANTLV 1 'ON. l|ANl>» . >art e aMortm.nt %/6t tho bertCattnet War*, Ml auiUof ChtiUt Furniture, at«o Parlor'suiU ffidi i ^^ '. farteagprtment Ot OAKK C^oHHHLW CirAIRg. Best, fcalr and husk^^^^H Mtttreue*. ¦ Persons wbhlnt to^P^^^B puwhase, wou(<J do wjU to call anJ«Mmtnt out »tooV p.H.BBlpBMAV4laPenn64uu*. .Aluo. agent for thoeolebratedFlorence Lockknd Knot dutch FauillySewing Maohtne. (apUa«tl

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

TOHN FOLBY'S . u OELBBRATBp OOlDPBly, For Balo at tho "EAGLE" B00KST0RBMe 351 Perin Street, near Fourth, * \ J»n! 88tl i pohtvivAiFii AwLtim.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

-, ', . ^ • t ;" , - , l .-IT- i ¦'¦ J •* ¦ * ' *< ° '4« ¦ ¦ ' Mm ¦ ' wHnfkt'tii'Vi ¦ inwtiwiu (B vnuwQor&t ¦ ¦:, ¦ ¦:- ¦ ¦ ¦ <^ti$ g 0fa{-[, : .. -¦ ¦ ¦ - HODBErOMliBHiHa 000IW mtff) HH il;^" ;; Building Materials, ; [j 8AODtKRY, *K y *oM 4e,f Ai\ ; PStrgSfXj BSQ, READim PA. QOAOHMAJCIKQ. ^ OOACB ^ KEEAIftlNG j C. HiHESSLKR, Sxith S., O<rf*f«»l TPcwWi^WH,<fc Walnut ItMpeclfatiy anponnee* that no tk prtpared ««> (to all«orkin>U Una with despatch. Th« oxiiorleof(aa i)yyearfl>Ul be J»«M forthobftrtuUt ^ »trons. Toe terms will b« Cht bMUbai inn y«tftyvat wVwy In<>>^ <tty f . O6 ACII 1}.9PkIR1N OI Coach WfAjrlBt of eTenr kind, mwall ° m M<A.CK jMT«M. J. V. D1KHL, . . . , • ^ ^ •;. ..ifufnito^to, ' .- "^ A "" Ko. ia Kortti •Uth IMree*. ; Where sho will kMpftfulllinttoffyltt^biiAd,, th«mo«tr«UabltPawn»far^dlMfAdOhUtlr« e folhl^l^m^W^WMm^O|t(:Wlli •prliu ^ ¦ ¦ • ' . ' . ¦ ' *" ' ¦ • ' • ¦ V.- ...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

CLOTHES, WRINGERS, i i . ¦ ' . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ' 1 • . > > • ' . . ' • - . . ¦ «TEP LADDJBRS, r ¦¦ 1 , ALL WARRANTED. . *^ . ¦ • . i ! • > ¦ . at • ' • ¦ •; . • ¦ ' ' • * ' T ' Jrf°KNIGHT« ¦ - ¦ .I. ' .'' ' " s ' " : . --: y • . •' ;; .i, :,., : ¦ ¦ ¦;• . .-HAf tBWATO.ffBWlfii/ ' ' - ^ * ' * ' - 4 ' \ * ' * TIIIRD AND PJSNN 818. anglOtf / ' ;- - u , /_ •:•¦' [,/}.;-, - /I; ' ^mo nir Badg e*.«antD> h^^^oWkwk^cytt , . ¦ • • < v%iyAf% ;$^$ : ??b:.:. 0? VAWAStB ^S^^^^^ «* #*'» ft? 1 *:- .'t-.-^.t ' -i :' . y,..i:i.-:^i' : ,n;: ' ¦ ¦ ' ; *? . ' ,s:;. V : - . - -V- '

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Wk would call attention to tho ndvertiso* roent of Kryder & Co., in another column. They aro tho manufacturers of Dr. Stoovor' a Tonic Herb Bitters, tho most oolvbrated bit* tors now in tho country. •—'—¦ Mn, Edward 8oi>M,,,Pluiribor, of this city, is at present engaged with his, workmen in laying 1700 feet of 4-inch iron water pipes in Lyons—a town on the line of tho East Pennn. railroad. . Messrs. Fox, ' Haoby & Co., Reading Terra Cotta Works, Franklin and Canal strops, received a numbor of orders last evening Jrora New York and tho West, to fill which will keop them at work the next four weeks. Burst.—At tho lire yesterday afternoon, several more sections of tho New Gum IIpso burst, provoking a goodly number of (ho firemen who wanted all the; trator that,ran through tho plugs to squirt on the firo, ' . . | Marsd6rV8 Varieties in full tide of ' *i ccess! , First appearance of . Mr. Milesy'the croat comic singer and old man porsonator. Matter Jardolla w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

SECOND EDITION — ~ 8 "^ oaxo<LK M * ^ ' • ¦< DAILY AtMAKAC. Wa rise» . . 6 ^ | Sun sets . . 4 C* 85 bays's length 13 hour* 10 minutes. 8TAT8 Or TI1EHVOMKTKH. 7 A.M.. ; 2P.>1. Monday, 70' |»»° Tuesday, 00° »7° Wednesday, ,08° .87° Thursday,. ' J~° - —° Friday; " - » • ¦ - - • Saturday, —° ^_<> The Camp Meeting at Annville is bbing largely attended and very successful. It if estimated that 15,000 people wore on tho ground on Sunday last. It is probable that it will continue over.next Bunday. s . YESTKimAY afternoon, during tho fire, tho residence of John Haesinger, in Carpenter alley, near whero tho fire occurred, was entered and robbed of $20 in, greenbacks. Tho inonoy was taken out of n bnrcau drawer. Marhdorf's Variotiesjn full tide of success. First appearance of Mr. .Miles, tho great comic Ringor and old man personator. Master. Jnrdollntbo celebrated wench dancer and comedian, will positively appear on Monday next. Cool lager always on...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Akotiibr F.iRB.-^-Abont 8 o clock yesterday afternoon, a firo broko out in .tho.Btablo Occupied by David Mitchell, baker, in Carpontor alley, between Franklin and Chestnut and Third and Fourth etroets. The stable was quickly destroyed, nnd the adjoining house, belonging to, Wm. Drinkhouse. ana occupied by Mrs. Eliza Burkert and Henry Oestrich, also took fire, and the roof was burnod off. Tho furniture was carried out mid snvfid.* - . • The firemen turned Out with praisoworthy promptness, but inn 7 few minutes after tho alarm was given the fire communicated to the stableB on tho opposite side, of tho alley, owned by Isjroo Mclioso, which were destroyed. The firemen went to work with a will,and,by pulling down the adjacent stables and sheds and bringing their streams to bear on the flames, they soon conquered nnd extinguished them entirely. The stable of Mr. Mitchol is Bttid to have boon fired by design, though the fact has not been proven. It belonged to Mrs. Bickcl. A buggy, t...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

[Communlcatod.] * . Editor Daily Eagle :—In the Dispatch of yesterday a falso statement appeared , viz: —i tnat Deputy U. S. Marshals Sna'rkeyand Gordon loitered around tho city until 10 o'- clock at night before arresting Col. Alexander. Tho facts are as follows : Mr. Sharkey was in town all day on other business, but had no warrant. Mr. Gordon came- up in tho lato train with a warrant, and arrested Col. Alexander as soon as ho could find him. Ho did so in order yint Col. Alexander could get his security ready to go down at 7} o'- clock tho next morning. Col. Alexander and J. H. Jacobs, Esq., asked for time till 10} a. m., and promised the Marshal on their word of honor that no advantage should be taken of the favor , but that Col. Alexander would be on hand with his security to go down at 10} o'clock. By inserting this correction ' you will oblige part ies who only ask for : Justice. •— I - - Correspondence. j Hamburg , Aug. 20, 1868. Editor Daily Eaole:—There are at present...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

1868 I 8UJ1MER. '1868 BUCH & BROTHEJt, '3 . Will open a Large and Select Stock of > ; NEW GOODS! x To-morrow morning, at NO. 548 PENN STREET, READING PA. IQT Lkvi O. ^oi.kuak, Cutter. "p| 1 ' t' . , ¦ 1 ¦ ' " • ' I • , . ' • / : Hl» Stock of . " !• . - Np SUMMER G6ODB Were selected in the City of Now York, and will be disposed of at prices fdr be*. low those of any other establishment in the , ¦ ..-.. . -C»ty. ¦ ., : -, Gentlemen* $ Clcfhfng matjelo order> Boy^' Clothing constantly [oh hand and mado tjo order. ' »• . ' Tho Stoek of Furnishing Goods is decidedly the beat and most extensive in tho \ > city. Call, 8Q.e and naUsfy ' yourselves. The mere faotof having the serrloei of the celebrated cutter, Mr. Lovl Q. Coleman, issufflclerit suarantee that all garmenta Will be made up In tho beet style nnd latest Xasblohs. Romeinber ! BUCH&BR03 Headquarters of Fashion 1 NO. 548 PENN STREET, READING. tuaylS-tn . ' . .

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

for further locals see second page. " / "' Tub Max abqui T/6wk.—Cinders , from (he fir0 yetterdtytttoches tow, wewjiteked ' " > in tho yards of booses $WPlte LaueV* l'nrk, North Third stree£—r-*A. larg* number of promenades on Penn street last niefit — —Tho milliner* aro exhibiting fall bonnets ' .- -Stealing boots from the doors of hotel rootn*i is one of the Philadelphia fiuo arts.- -A Yankee,is astonishing our citizens with ft patent butter tnechiajj., U6 mokes ooo poundof tatter frompnanpnijd of milk. Th' 8 may ™ n 8 *"° P rIco °' wuttef to a rcasouabl o figure. One reasort < |,y boys of tho present day arc anxious to leave tho farm if), they are not taught enough , n f tho business to bo certain that , the* con i;«» hv it — t-Uan. Unrdner « Kcnyon 8 Kited States Circuses will exhibit at Wil-Kamaport, Sep tember ffth.- Rev. A. U Herman will preach tho annual Harvest Homo! sermon, in 8t. John's Church, Ilom. bun, on 8unday next, 80th inst. —The nlarm of firo...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Aug. S>-^p. w. Cottoh porlb. - - • " - 80^31^ 8U0A.B - - - - lWiWio Pktboliom. - - " • - - 34&®3lJ< Flour. ' \ ' Superfine, ... 7 60®8 25 ; KxtWi - ¦ • - 8«X§9 00 Northwest, - - 0 60®ll 60 /-Pa. and Ohio, - , • ,- 10 00«12 60 Fancy, - • • 18 00@14 00 RykFi.oub, * - • ,950 Grain. ' , Wheat, Red - - ¦ - ¦ 12 S&|2 36 Wheat, White. • . - - 'ZtiMto Rye,- - - - - .165 @ 170 OornYel. - „- - - 122al 20 do West: - - - - 1 fcMH 24 OotA - - ¦> 70O86 Malt, per bush - r ' - 210 Barley. -.- - - - 200 Poitic. ¦ / x MeM, , - - - , - 29CO®30 0 Prime Mess, - - •- '- ¦ », 2100 Prime. . - . - V 24 60 'Mom Beef, - - - . - 27 @ 60 Bacon. , . , . . , • ' . . . Hami. ' « . - • • 2092x 1 ltib. A clear sides *• • liiimso 8houlder8, , h <¦ . 1 U% Qr«rnMcats. ^ Piokled Hams, -, - • - 10&20o Shoulders salted - - - - 13U Lard, « • - . -.-. - 18?i@l&o FlBH PRB BBl,. . ' ' Maokerel . - ¦ - - - l ill 60 Skrds. Clover prr bushel, - • ' 8 0039 00 Timothy...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Reported nrtd eorreoted daily, by IK 8. Qetf, Wholosalo Grocer, No. &T4 Penn street. Reading. , , ' Rhadino, Aug. 20, :m, Coffrk—Jqvn, , , , S.V339O " lUo, orilinsry < 19@20o " ." fair to priia8,«»«"i 2J@26o TRA-Imperlal .,.' .1 2031 CO " Oolonar, OOil 25 Fruits—Raisins, layer new,—.... 4 25 '"San dried ,.' 12 " n " ral. " V ».,- 10Ko 1 . Oranges,' SlpLly, 8 00 _ " ae».. - ....;..,if.,i 10 00 Lomond, Palermo !....,..... . .......ft 00a 9 00 '' >.!' Mess..., ; 5 00@4 76 ( ' FI«8,Matt..vfo.) .. iST MotA88R4—Mew Orleans, V gallon, '•".. 85@110 " . Porto Rico, l7 .,.| 00® 65o " , Amber, golden, *'.>...i 83o 8yrup,lov. " i.... mo , ^ordinary, "..... CO® 7fio " " common, "...'. 43@ 65o Riok—Rangoon - ]0@ llo "¦ Carolina, new ; 11® 12o Salt—Liverpool, ground, Vfapk 210 ' . ' . . ^ »no ' "."¦••'¦ ' .... •¦.'.¦..a 75 ' " Ashton. . " ;.«w...u 00 • 11 gyr.ground, "....< 2 00 " Turk% bland, V bushel 65o Sboar—Rofioed, crushed .........' . V!{ A<y •...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

M0TZER & HOKE'S FREECONCERT SALOON, UNDER THE POST OFFICE, - ' , .;. .•: i : , RBADIXO, i?A. » ^ :\ • : ; ¦ < H ' AVIKObourttottlMr ' A. &K!iM«mSij loon, underflit Post Office th* ttAd«r«li«e4 announce that tk«y will contlnM th« bmlnwf «»i d«r <he above firm, and 9**>X W• |li tk* tamuM ot entertainment* for which ¦ fyiu»|»6i|i: celebrated, vuj ' • - ¦ '¦ ' ' . ' " . ¦ • .' Free Concert Every Evening ¦ ¦ . " .: v . ,a»j?. ,; ..;¦ -../ f; • ' » LUNOH BVERY BtOBrtlNQ. SolielUnff • contlirattloB of tho patronat • of an apiireolat ing public taoy are • ' ¦ ' • ¦ ¦ . . . ., ' VeryRtspecUUlly , • £. H. MilHr, a41mv>. ' DmdI«I H«k«. : ¦' _.. . \_ ?__._•>___ : ¦ __

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

roal PlAjr ftf Kitracait. Nkw Yqbk, Aug. 25.—Tho . pieco "Foul Play" had a fine run in earnest bore on Monday night, * nt the Broadway Theatre. Four Sheriffs officers , armed with a. warrant for tho arrest of D. II. Harkins, at tho suit of J. T. Lloyd, of tho Now York Thcatro.nttempted to force their way behind thoi scones. Boing resisted in their attempt $o elite ((they drew their revolvers and fired.; Ono of tho shots struck Gcorgo Hickcy,n propQrty man, in tho leg, causing ajscr ' unis wound. An¬ other shot possod tbro ' ugh the arm of a boy named Loslio: Cliamberlain, and lodged in his left breast, causing a fatal "wound. During 1 tho confusipn , Mr. Harkins, who '»os in theatrical costume, escaped thrbugli the body of the house; Tho Sheriffs o Ulcers wero arrested, after which tho ' perron nance procecded,fYhoTigh many of the spectators had retired from tho theatre. MONEY MARKET. . j

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Staqk Upsbt.—Yesterday afternoon the lock of the Morgantown Btago broke while coming down the hill beyond tho Green Tree tavern ; while on tho return trip to Reading. The declivity is steep and there werofpur passengers in the ^ stago. Tho.horses were unable to hold back the weighty and Boon they were going at full speed. The horsos finally ran .to one side, when tho vehicle upset and rolled down a bank! The stage was demolr thodflmt\6trange to say, nono oi tho occupants wcro seriously (hurt. Fbkk Fiout.-A small riot occurred in Chestnut street below Third , yestorday aft6r-, noon. Somo half A dozen persops partici^ pated in it. Thero wero several knockal n Ai « and y 10 "tones; fpr a few , ' minutes, JlewXthick and fast. The police appeared on the Bc^no^-a «iinute too late to arrest the parties*. As soon as they hoard of the disturbance *•>«> made for tho ..spat full speed, but did not arrive in time ttf see the data and stones fly, and therefore ' * could Wake no...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

« 1 n ' •,, „ -. . - . Aug.2»,1868. ' BomB—Fresh dairy, fl ro.,.; 40 ^ " . Lump, ; '* 38 Ohbmb—Cheese f> S>,, ............'....................20@22 Labd—Latx| * ft)., ,.... ' . .,...20$25 Kflos—Bgrt V doion,¦••¦.•. i....i '. 25 - AppI.KS—Apples V peok -f- 1 'i Dried %»quart, ' •* iM.I2®14 P*ao«8S- " • " .... a .A ;....16<il8 M kit—Beefsteak, round V Ib,, .,..»20 -|^ ?¦ sirloin. J> J.....JS " " rump, ' .> 20®22 ' Beef roast, , 25 - Beef dried, " JO : " Vcalcntleti, " .25 11 . " chops. . ' . " ^ .1 8 ' , ;; Mutton. ;; ,., issw , " Pork. I ^. " v ..i.....l6@18 '" " sleak, " ..........2<n • ; Sau ?i ate fresh, ' , ' , .>.-22@25 ¦ _ I smoked, " .~25 n r*& •• • «=t±&M gHOOtpRBS—. '' H-.........«16al8 SlDBS^" ¦ . . ,..,.13 ¦ PopwBV—Chickens live, > ..— , ". V " dressed, " ¦ '. .^-- : Tarkieslive. " ,,„- " dressed, " .„% .C" Spritit obtokebs V pair;...,. 76c@l 00

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 26 August 1868

Tub Lebanon and, Pinegrovo Railroad'is progressing rapidly. A largo force of hands is employed all along tho line, and tho work dono is wonderful. It is a noticeable feature, one worth of commendation,and wbich has created remark, that the laborers, as a whole, aro sobor, industrious, nnd very attentive ^o their duties.'• No rowdyism, or anything worthy of complaint has yetybecurrea", and tho residents a\6ng tho line are most agreeably deceived in not meeting tho trouble they anticipated from tho sudden increase of so large a stranger population,,— The management bosses, ic,front tho chief, Mr. McFadden, down through all tho departments, nro gentlemen fully acquainted with their duties, and who - will bring ' the groat work to a speed y and satisfactory completion. In fact,wo wish we hnd many more railronds to build so as to keon the wholo "crowd" always with us.—Lebanon Adqertim:

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