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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

H:ELL.E:R.'-8 •¦/.••• ¦•'; ' ' ^ ¦< ¦ ' ; COMPpSiTiON^iVEMENi -- '^'A^'v-iL^itnfi^. '. '¦¦[ "?]¦ THIS PAVEMENT AND KLOOWNO IS NOW acknowledged to bo Ufe Best in tiib. It becomet haird and' firm immediately. Is dry, duraWe, and impervious to water, and not affected by cither heatorcoldl • ¦ ' ¦ ; •¦ ' . '¦ ¦ ¦ *¦¦:•• " • ' ; All , orders promptly attended to, and the work guaranteed to give satisfaction. *PPiyto '" ' 7 t ¦ ¦ **' ** "<> . ' > ¦ > „ jJ^K ftgLLBRj,; Junol8-tf . No;27, SouthiJ?our(h$i

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

A Teacher said to a tittle girl at^chpol: " If a naughty gjf l/ should hurt yon, like a good girl, you would forgivo her, wouldn't you?" VYes ^ ma'am," shereplied, «if I couldn't catch her I,' ,s ' _. StxtEm kinds pf fossil horses have b<*n discovered in North America, and yet tbera were ijp l»o^ B tew when the white m«n cMb* :• . ;. ¦ . . ' . • ¦ ¦ ' . ¦ ¦ .;.• ..;».?;-.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

%ttit»t '. ' •** +! » 'm •' tr-k •n ' m^ itm .1 ^PUB n ' ndersIfned has opeaed!• ' '» be^raniiiiiidf J. some Meat Marketconsisting' pf .fresh 'M«atl Ham*, Shoulders, .Dried, Beef, Bolognas,; JJeej Tonguet,gCc* ¦ , .' ¦ . ¦ -1 ¦ ./. . * ¦ ¦ j ^ ' : v i > - ¦ . v$i$n h. Boisns^, ' ' ;' ' . " '': * No. 628 Penn feet; 1

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

fSW!8 >i' l &S > ft?*" t * . tia»il *^ °"LR?*i« TdHli; W. 1 M^JSi ATTOBNEYA^UAWi P<Mle4h-Iio«ier Btalld|Jnf,(In tMt-lSSkT\ (9. ^C<i)ttr«ftjK«kIVHUfUl«. »j*.Caui be cowuIukI ojlo th>rm«njan^jai«. , t ' ¦ , ;- , , ,. . uiirltf. :rsB41BiToI ¦ ¦ '|i^k i( H t AttORNriV LAND OQUNSKLWIk AT uk O«ces No. «O Court St.. (near SUth.JKnAOUid.rfc inUtf

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

TJR. EUGENE BOUOBNINQ'S CELEBRATED SWEDISH BITTERS) Curo wtth eorUtnty all ohronto derangemehU of the Liver8tomaoh and Kidneya, is the most Powerfol Tonlo of the Dlgenive, Muscular nnd Nervous System, and the most Roliablo prceorvntWe Against all kinds of Fever, Dysentery, and Infeoiou8 Diseases, cspeololly against Cholera, Typhoid and Yellow Fovet, Price 75 cents iv bottle. Six forW. For*ttleatthe"Ea6lo''Book«toro, ' , HITTER' aC 00*t RMPenn Street

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

CEMETERY LINE THE LINE OF CARRIAGES . FOB THE CEMETERY * WjH leavo' Fifth etroet and Cherry alley erenr hour of the day, commencing at one o'clock, until further orders. T1IOS. 1I0C1I & UKO. »M-tf i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

^ MttLLW to ' W. uo^tto ~ - ^V^«sif«*|rf - ' :•• : Y, : .;, Tjbe*torrs«t aHpat by ^e Radicals io the etffect MJfostrtt^o S*yo^ur it Ih deli. cat« heajtl^ and U^n da»«r ' «f hereditary iDsanity, i»'thu« diiposed of by a letter from Jodw,Miller toawUtivealHaitiDfi, Minn. The; Radical press must invent some new story—the old onea will not bear investigation. Read the letter, and judge for yourselvei> ' Sbmeoa Pamj , Seneca Co., N. Y., \ , ... ' .:, . July 10,1808. J Dtar' Bttthtri I find in ihe St. Paul pa-B»s lent ap,several article* represenMng ov. Seymour as a man of delicate health, and that.there is intani.y in his family. These WartlaM newspaper Btories arepnrelymaluions. Thero U tot a word of truth in them 1 , nor any foundation for them * > On ' the r bther hand, Gov. Seywonr is a man of excellent health, aad possessed of a vigorous contUtntlon. Uniformly temperate/ in his habits, and of the purest morals, he has .'!." ^.^ " ^ : JI^ jkJT JI«aa>m twt %*t...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

11W AUEXAXPEE WHISKT VftAVkl. |; Et^td tho Evening Trftgrpvh Qfyestcrdaf t we take the following proceedings in ihe nio o( .Oi% Alexander, bebig tr?e<I1n Philadelphia on svcharge of defrauding the r Govcirfltaentr ¦ • . " \.\ y, .- -;i ¦ j .->]J CoNMissiONp ' s IlEARixq.~At noon to- Eiglith District of Pounsj-lvauin ,wn9 charucvl beforo U. S. Conimisaioner Smith with aiding and abetting in tho removal of certain distilled Brunts. ThiB is the edso in which tho authorities nf tho United States have experienced 80 much trouble in getting tho accused in tho citv'-a 1 Judge of Reading having released him from tho custod y of a United States Marshal. A second warrant > churging him with receiving a bribe of $1000, was issued for his arrest, on which his presence wns secured. . Ihe counsel of tho prisoner said that tho accused having jbcen held \n .Heading to nppear nt Court on tho charge of illegally removiug distilled spiritSjtWt case had nlrcndy boon deposed o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

¦ yi^i^Wpy^j ' ; HBADINQ, PA., APOPflT , *V ffi* - , -. .\ : . vonrvmwfyT* ¦ -.•, '; ' HON. HOBATIO 8EYM0UB, FOE VICB PBlBIDENT i GEH. FBAH0I8 P. BLAIB, Olf MIS3OURI. ,i /fffcrtw) , hte^jr.JfaywWSd, 1869.. pemtmto * U** **iml**l9»» • . , " vo» AvbnoioiHnuik HON. QHABLES JB, BOYLE, . . i of. ifxtism oovwrr. ¦ ', tOStolViioioiNBBALt GEN, WELLINGTON H, ENT, pr oountBU oopm. | J&dfr», IW*Jay, Qrtrttrltfl, 1868.J ' A»»mwi t»# *h» DWiocaAiPKi) ' , MAT* OCMHITVpS*' - • • i 'Dim«mU( •!•*• C*wailit«* ftMM* Ml AtCH Snurt. , ' To 111* Piwf i*©* Pw**w.TA»tA». . . s The Radical! re-prodaM theaUle«Und6rs of the put, «i try to ignWo tfiegtaye question* of the present. ' , j They pnto of their loyalty Midjfaijpilce , it thi; «com , 6?; $ !rif fomptwn, ^lr,«*- <V%T^W w4tli>Ji»<nii«>i(?. , t ! : They imagine that jou hate ilept daring thiM yeart of tiul* iajqultow mJar>verh ment, and UxAt yon will forget tw uwuon oppreuwyon, that Jrbuif com»ereelanKuU)...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

HTHBRB TO, GET ITt ; .. - 7l7 «fc 121 fan Strut, fouling, fa F U B NITU lijsj . IN JkT.t &TVI.K8 AND MATSRIAM. . The largest ^ aMortracnttri the cite'to select 1 ^ ajid prices muoh lower than any othtr hwti l eaUfrora pereontinwant of inyarttcloof^ni ria^ from the molt cxpemlve down, In solicit*), CAHPETING8, MA> r ^INOs AND ohyoi/oths ; - A full ttook always at low adviroccs on cotti! nil persona indebted to the flrm are caution^ u mftko, wiient tonouo but tho mid«rs j(in«J, t\\ iicoounta 0} tho flrm bolng in tny hand*. /Ulllt«m Miwlo but, ft ' nd. all verions mdeUtvl Mill bo tt\\. 'cd upon to make payment. ' - if. - , . - c JACOB aOODrtARi J,t, ADAM STBVMtt, O1IA8. 0, ' dAVIS. fluejMt . v " . OBEAT FURNITDBE mm7 1 " ' CS * M. SCHR(EDER & -fEL1X, Wareroom, oorner Fifth and V^ashiugton - streets, j MANUfAUTOiiY, WASllliWTON STHK'El > BELOW FIFTH. WMOLEiSALE ANti HETAIL. fiHIB UNDERSIGNED tMtmWhVt INJL vltp publto f ttontlon to their splendid •to...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

We have received a letter from Mrt. & M» ; Kramph; President of the Home for ]frieji& I^m ChU4r«n for tho Oily and County of Utt« caster, deeding the Instijiution a^ainit ctr f tain charges made against ^ through the columns of the EAOtB,afeW days ago, under the heading of "The Soldier*' Orphans* Home at Lancaster, " Mriii Kramph states that the children are well fed and well treated; and'invites inveaUgation o/thi manage-: meniof the H Borne. 1 * She alipflta^l^htt the iustlutiqn, ' l»^ not a ' « Hotne •" for fol* diers' orphans exclusively, ractifles onr mis-, ^ take in the name, and eiplaiiu Dther ^ ma^ tin whleK w* i»erei nbt at find abli to odrn pifehend. , ( | BVomtlie little <Jme we W had tor investigation prtviour to the receipt of . this letter,We feel confident • that our infbrtnxaX was mi s taken in 0.9010 pjolnta,.and perhaps laboring nnder a misapprehension in \ others. . W« are perfectly willing to take the Word of UttJtaijprfl in; the case...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SBTHOVli AND BLAIR. H4w the Dcmocratle Oolnma t« Movlns. MAINE. Portland, - August 20.—The canvaes in this State is progressing most gratifyingly. The Radicals ore alarmed, awl nro sending in money and speakers. Forney and others have been telegraphed. Tho majority in tho Stato will be greatly reduced at tho coming September eluction. It would boa ranttcr of no surprise if tho State was ' carried for Seymour In ( November. George H. Fcndlcton is doing aood service in tho Slnto. LOUISIANA. New Orleans, August 20—Tho canvass in this, Stato »as nctively Wgun. General Stoadman and others will'do the hard work. Tho mass meeting to bo held on Saturday will bo a monstor affair. Enough bands cannot be procured to furnish music. j SOUTH CAROLINA. CaAnLEBtoK, August 20.—Wo have ward meetings here 'every week, and wo are thoroughly organized. The Democracy will carry tho Stato. Wo daily recoivo largo accession? of colored voters. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington, Aug...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

FOB ASSEMBLY, . "IITI? havo been authorised to.«nnounco the f V name of «I\1WihoI HeOnfloagb , of the oily.pf Keadip^tus a, candidate for Aaiembly, subject to the decision of the Domooratio Dclejfato Coovcntlon, ' auglOtf FOE COUNTY OOMMIBSIOHEE, "MTB havo Wen an^horUed to announce the ¦ TV namootWIIUtun S. Vonni;, Ma candidato for County Commlfsionor .BubJeot totlto docision of tho Dcmocratlo Delegate Convention. a5-tf. ' ..• :¦ , ,' qqvjuvx auoitob: ' W E HAVE bobn, authorised to anri' oanco the njino of WamuM.SAM^DBofUorofonl Towwh p, m acApdidate for CoWjr Auditor, subject to tho dbplalon of tho next, Dom^r otto Ddo-Bato Uonven(Soti; ¦ >¦' • • • ¦ ¦ - ¦" ¦ . • Hert ford, yfttppta), 18jS8.-td ' , , FOB DISEOTOB OF THE P00Brvo TUB VOXEBS OF BSRKB O0UKTY.-I. 1 tno^ubsenber, f Snounw myself m 0 candid aU for Olie oumtVp6i)rT»ubJect to the declSon S thol»emocrat!cpoleB»to rnlo. If nominated am electedmy whplo endeavor wlU.ljs to hoyetho same a .emanner, not being oommUtcd ...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

LADIES' '- ¦ ¦- •.. - • ' .^- : • ' . • .A^--, ¦/.. ,..<r DRESS TRIMMINGS! , ' LACEJ9. OF ALL, KINDS, ' RealantHmltetlon. ;> ¦• =• • EMBR0IDERIE8, ' " ' , . " . HOSIERY' , ' /.. ¦ ' .. " .^ ^GLPVES, '' " . ' . ' ' ' • '' . ' _ '' /, ¦ ''' ¦ •' ' ] Y,;: . notions/^ Ac. . J ' , ¦ ¦ , . - |AfullUn«^f ' ' ,. } y r ¦' zephyrs; ' ¦ ¦ •'•' !'I ¦ . '- • ' ; A LA MODE COBSET& Gent's Furnishmg 0pi?fl3, /. • • . .:v . --" . , .:AT- • ¦ /.. \.,-\--{ r ttR/&A.S.B0tEIt'S ^Lftte^^ch^b^i' Bro.) '1 ^ ; ' ' . ' . ' ¦ , j; w# :>- ¦ • ¦ - piyAirimo,,, ^ .[¦ „; , . 1; .<•. ; ¦>, •. ,• ; . ..> \ ,, . — "¦;' ¦» ' ' 1 1 ' x,', "* ¦— 1' ' " . •-" ','., <K ¦ -•'].!!¦ : iaM-, • :. ™J , '.1-' ..

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

FttOM WASHINGTON BfcOuUooh vs. ItoIlluN. 1 , I, * ' 1 ,.- " ' / Washington, August 2(5.—Another njovomeut to compromise tho Internal Rovenuo imbroglio Has boon made by proposing to Mr. Rollins tho appointment of Comptroller Hurlburd in his place. It was represented that if Rollins would unconditionally resign tho President would'appoint Mr. HuTlburd, but tho former has, sofar.declincd the offer, and will probably hold on Until after tho Presidential election. Tho dead lock beteen tho Soorotary of tho Treasury and tho Commissioner still continues, so far as tho appointment of Supervisors is concerned. Yesterday, however, tho Seferot'ary Utterly ignored some of Mr, Rollins' ' nominationgfor gaugor and storekeepers) and apppihtcd mon of his own selection, all Democrats. RUUORED DEFALCATION BY A SOUTHERN COLLECTOR. There is a rumor that a largo defalcation, amounting to many thousands, has been discovered in'tho' accounts of n Collector of a Southern port who has been recent...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Radical Plan tor o Wnr mUH France. Washington, August 20.—It is now understood that if General Grant is elected President, ono of his .first movements will be to call Franco to account for the establishment of thor Empire in ' Mexico. This is an old sore with Grunt , and it is tho ono thing cqucerning which lie may' bo said to havo a "policy." . Ho is known ,to havo been in favor^of driving the . French troops frota Mpxico by force,-and Would have been very glu4 bo J(so \yjiat he had learned to conBider-aa . Mbia" army for that .purpose' immediately, after the v 8un-cndjr of'.Let 1 a.i\d the close of our war. - ' » I . ' ¦ . ' ¦ , .. .. ; .1. . ". -¦ - , ¦ , ,. - (Dangeron* to Mariners. Washington, August 26;—A sunken rock in tho track from Demarara to Tiinidad has been discovered, and measures will be taken to r^mpve it. It is in the Gulf of Purin, about twenty ^iBjspuihea st of Gallora, in latitude 10 degrees 35 miniites, longitude GO degrees 86 minutes, true bearing.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

• Threatened Negro Rcfoolllon lu : Iioaulana. Wasoington , August 20.—In several of tho towns of Louisiana, according (0 advices from New Orleans, the negroes aro arming and . drilling, and express their intention of "cleaning out" tho whites. Tho Monroe Telegraph Bays:' "Of late # thero have been nearly every night meetings of armed negroes back of the town. It appears to be a tlioroiigh'.yequipp ed military organisation, lhey drill, carry muskets and riuca, and post sentinels ; and theso sentinels . are ttf tho habit of halting people passing. A prominent negro, nn employee on tho railroad, within forty-eight hours has boldly said that "it is tinio for tho negroes to rise, and that ho will shoot the (irat white man that crooks his . finger nt him." We would ddvi80 tho whites to bo prudent but bowaro. We want no riots and outbreaks, but let us Btand ready to meet attacks,como nt what hour they may."

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

i^. w-fiYiK ,j i-n—-V-' Tf j'Vi- ii gAiiij-f.,,' ' ' V.i - Vi 1 v-r- ', ¦¦' t^ [ - v -y* r ; iftf iu7liT7r^???--y~>-~. ^ BY i*.K-Pttifrte. »*AtijNq. The nnd*wljin«4.OontaiUee oh Fin»nc« nr a Corporation of tKCJt* of R««dto«, Satiut ii ' ?otfcoriiiii tt» Vomw A« m«k«t ' " b * ( » 8KVBNTV'FlVB TftOU8AND DQiU \>t the |M|>f«w Pf •S l »nWMrtke\Vat« >VbrWi he mM sltyi ajWJ tW«»5** thM tho t£ Vg cot. InietM^ to P*rM!« dajjrint W Tom &«b*. , Mis JUfS3S« Sm^^ .- ¦¦¦ - ?¦ ' . ¦ ; ¦ f ; Oalttttlfttjjt jRVlii " ' !)^ ~ »WEtiLHflG H0tI8E \»Sfi^ A 0ONV8SIKNT WVHLMNQ iW' of October, b, . ^ f ^\M&P a, 10 tf ' . . _

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Threatened War lu Browulow' a Ktug-~ - «lom« Nashville, Augl 25.—The Committee on Military Affairs roported a bill, and recommended Us passage. Tho bill authorizes the Govornor to organize and equip iuto active serviop a volunteer force of one or more regiments from each Congressional district,to be composed of loyal men, and to bo governed by the revised rules and regulations of the Unlted'States army,tho expenso of tho same to be paid, out of tho Stato Treasury in sur as not exceeding $60,000 at any ono time. Tho Governor is authorized to declare martial law in any county, and to quarter troops in 6uchcou!ntic8, the expense to bo paid by a tax. upon tho peoplo-of said county. Tbo bill is now on its third reading,

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