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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

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Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

FOB DI8TEI0T ATTORNEY To tbo Tot«r« of BerUa Connty* pELLOW-DiBMOCEATa-EnoonraMd by the J? very large vote I ropetved ft the Demooratio Convention of Mw forihe nomination fvr Dbtrlot Attorney Jor Berks County* which placed moon the returns, (next to the auoeesMUi dandidate.nnd for whioh I am deeply *rafeful, ta*aln OfferJH ^ *o)f as a candidate for tbo office of Dlsttlot Attorr ney at the ensuing oleotton, eohjeot to the de ' efi-i ion ofthe next Democratic Delegate Convention.^ Should I be Buccowful in obtnininK the nomiha-) tion and tubsenuent electionI pledgo myself to' dl«chnrge tho dutlcg of tho office with fidelity, IntegntyandcoanW. j^ ^ ^^ . Reading. My 2P.18C8. v tf

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

1 DoRi.vo ' a storm last\Veelc. . ayoung man named John Wnlters, living at QreenBburg, Indiana, was struck And killed by lightning. He was atandiiiff at a Well, getting a drink, a few feet from his mothers door. His mother was standing in the door looking at him at the time. . T% lightning struck him on the . ton pf the head, making a holo about tho, lift Of a silver dollar, 1 burning the hair nil >vet bis head, and breaking all the bones'ic lisneckandflhooldert. . ¦¦

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

T\U. LOUIN Do BAUTIl IllTHN. ]' OFFICE AND IiksiDENOEi Jfo, 344North Ninth Street, KOMllnff, P«» au8 30-lmo* . ' *¦ MiANK BOOJ^fa±atfa ealo a Innro variety of Blank Bookeujirhjch will be Boldohoat. V UmKR&qO; POI.ITI0A& «ABD»,'

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Affrtcnltnral Order. . - Wabhinoton, August 27;—Comfmiasion^r Capron, of the Agricultural Bureau,' Had abolished the system of distributing seeds, except so far,as tp furnish gold for experiment to thoflo who;de8ire to test them with a view to improvingrfho products of tho country. ' • ¦ ¦' ' ¦¦ . ¦ , :

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

I —A Miss Pratt, of Yaroioutli, Me., disappearedmysteriotf»lr6n Sunday, and mode M« apttearan.9e;irii the. evening, dressed in ' a pair of parils and a shirt. She coubji give no account of herself. TELBQRAPHIO 8UMMARY m¦¦!$ > ' , ¦ . ' . . Aw.a^sM. -. , 1 l^i i» (^nimittee of tk» ^rp4|av p^i titu-; iioHaVl Convention, having gtfir«| ,,p. call| that body together, has detided fol to i take ^ call.-,;: :;. ,>, .' »\ f f. (;The Georgia Senate has confirmed B. P. Farron to be Attorney Genera ) of the State. The House is atill discussing the eligibility of negro members. , ' ' ./ . .GeneralMcade-wasii^ WashingtonyesteVr day, and -had an interview - with Secretary Scbbfield. '" ' • Gen. Howard arrived.in New Orleans on Thursday night,.and, vikit^d the Louisiana Legislature yesterday/ L . ' . Qenoral Schenck , has been renominated for Congress by the Republicans of tho Third District of Ohio.. J . '¦ ¦' .Tlio Spiritualist Convention at Rochester cloaed its Besaious ye...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

—Thomas Banford, an employee on the Lehigh Valley, RaJIro ^ ad, was^rnn pver and killed at Cataaaqua on Tuesday.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Wmi fll m4r *» HeurtJfii, IWbwH Un wKEMda^Ebmmtf^aStJ^ rmlBit^ t^a^iM^g^ft ^ . ,, *» Ut*tUU kftjMteyfetai »UU robxi^ «fct ^H^ atM «t t^ ^nw|Mtanda«r. tfkrtth. awka ert»nf« <ir<W^^iM ' Mi«^|^Mvt^W*«»«tBt nsta^t ^j» cii nJS Siia •cv4Mt>lt«ti Uy »lmji»* <mlw«(^ npt4tc»tl.>u , - Uee.w <lUefrw^»|»Tt%ctly w«^Uba|y ,^ iio , ?minlyfcir^ili* fvfti He S»* W .lWbfe ft. Ai» - . :A u K*. <liT 1K» M tv> tho »(lqH, Tt ;<itu.tthU »(-%ll\.\\->:\. ' ,«M If*- »i(5ftu»tiuu ' ii\;jaVi| ni.imtVf.fiUjWih<^if..(;t«rwv>, nn<l • (4nyU «|>;>t((«tttm uf M>» c«^ ¦» IU <\«i\\\iv v dw lMt| WE OPAl^BHOy -rjIB WoaiD ! To " ,3Pit« t ^i«> It ? -U\m Nq f artiiii/iAdt tifi'Sti-fii ' hi ' i ^ tt^'itotf. ' ffliYA. »V,« vh' \( M'K\V^t' iviiimu' it ..,. .^34.^0 Qi ti, , ., -,..l(:.y. P:i . lM i v u f |»,7 lif^S^fi^'n^a^^^^u^lu^fafta P!«IS ayAM^t^ ?pi«aaAloi #to m>»Aar« " bo kdawi wi r...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Tag Ma* aIoot l^w^.rTrtiwUwnlfcft «i .lie P. h. L.' § were palling op Penu street* headed by • drunt and flfo, »nd» trfcuumr-j :S«UfiP»Ii. L. Inscribed oft it, ^oniS<ittd «ss inquiring what P. L. L. meant, when an urchin exclaimed, <'eh I don't you know dat, *b y it mews, 'peter Likes Ugerl' » - A New York paper hai » new motto for « ,t»ge driver, irfilob la clawicallv apt: »/a» fsttie Stewart tonigty.-—-—Ti«htboot»6XhibitU«efcettoftconipicuo«»aiMdTWf» 8 is ; _ The Invincibleshave evidently changed their namotb "iflvisibW' at nothing is seen or heard pf tbmj.-r TOwltj^rrW bet a on tho olectioD bate commenc«a.-T-5—gar lady frionds should be careful ho» .they pto ;coa- ( motiea if ithey do not wl* to be aiaflgimi-. _A vonder inbUcjHpgdUopuneq much bombast »"* d took in cou»M«hible enr^aoy, in front of the Keystono, House, yesterday. __—The order of Ilatttgari will have * ernndparado and plo-nloln this city on the ?th of September next. Large delegations from abroad a...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

' ' a»» Hat jjfAMfa - ¦ attSi^^^S^ FLooa-Wklto Wk r^ %^. .S^sW *r iMk Vuu^-^ erAOhep^ v waHUM^****f*>W^M«'k *<. * ." 9 ^*"whj.t > ^•••^ - Jg 1 '' HAr-T|moth,Vton. >• '•¦ ••• »...«m 1810 , „ Wover. V, .ny.....:.:...,... f ..ifti» " Meadow" ¦../¦¦.¦...¦.¦¦..¦¦. 15 00 MOTZER <fe HOKE'S (Formerly A. Bookmtivhl't). ' FREE CON-C«i--R ' T . : ' ; SAIX)ONi -ve-i.-UNDER THB POST OFFICE, H AVINGtfOBght<mtMr.-A,,Bockj»i|ehl>8a* fool. ^WlA'JW^Sg^M?*^ 1 *"* at»noun6elhat thef will db|tHMtti« b»«8aJW under tfeitbote flrm ' anaWotlW attp* nrlitle* ot entertalnmenUftrw¥Ieh tattplaMUeelebrated, T»«« ; . ; . ¦ :- -^,.M.-.J.f|s«,^,i, = ' .{ Free Concert Every Evening AND ¦ ' • ' -(- S 'i/iyriiTcrVfti/ 1 Vs>" LUNOH BV»*Y KdBlfkirQ. . , SoitdUInt • eontlnuauon of the patronage of.an • ppreoiMiog publle, tTjeVfae , . f. ;::„/: ; ', ' ,'! i ;w" -™ : : M0®zr FUBNISHING ONDJSRTAKEB, ' a ' i »i* ' ' . fi'i ¦ ' * ' , ¦ ...- r » ¦ ¦ * 1 .* * / » •/ ...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

. ¦ InilttMt Depredations. ' ' St. Loilis, August 28.—A Denver despatch says tho Cheyenne and Arrapahoe v Iudians continue their depredations, murdering inoffensive settlors in central And eastern Colorado. On Tuesday they attacked Kiowa Station, on Smoky Hill route, capturing sixty horsoq, and carrying off ono woman and a child, whose remains were found yesterday Hliockingly mutilated, and brought here for burial. Another band killed three men yesterday at Latham Patto, on . the stage route, and chased tho Smoky Hill coach seVeral miles, keeping up a running lire without damage. Governor Hall organized a company of sixty volunteers, and • left at three, o'clock this faorniug. General Sheridan authorised him to call on the commander of Fort Reynolds for ' assistance. No doubt every effort will be made to overtake and punish the Indians. Great excitement exists. The Indians are stripping1 the country of all stock and provisions, and twelve peraoM are known to have been murdered...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

First Pbisbtwhuh Cnunon.—Rev. Mr. Richards havingjoturned homo, tbero will a be services ia this ehurcb/fo-morrow moming and evening. , Stoni Wash.—The largest assortment of jugs, pitchers, butter pots, Ac, Ac, at felucca prices, for solo by J. L. Sticbter, COS Ponn street. , aug29^8t ' . Tbb Camp M^rtikos.—The camp meeting at Aunville, Lebanon county, dosed yesterday morning at an early hour, ond that, at Fieetweod at ft late hour last night. Both moetirigs were largely attended. ¦e - Tiu-Bush Mooting at Dentolorla woods, under the auspices of tho A. M. E. Church, will bo cohtlrtuod to-day and to-morrow.7-The membors of the several churches in this city are invited to be present. * ' . , Markkt.—Market this morning was well attended, and prices vory favorable—to tho sollers I . There was an. abandonee of all kinds of vegetables ot>d fruit in aoasd' n. It does not coatanytfSngto see that Now Pumps thoy'will show it to you cheerfully at the headquarters jj the best artic...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

WtKCHKsTRn Femalk 8rminauy.-—The Fall session of this excellent Institution of learning, located in Penn Rtroct, abovo ISighth, will open on Tuesday next, September 1st. Tho number of pupils will bo larger than during any former session, and several additional teachers have been engaged! The corps of Professors and Teachers will bo efficient, and largo enoqgh to afford- every facility for superior education. Nkht Stors Fronts.—William. Bland, corner, of Ninth and Penn streets, is having a new front put in his store, a Id Parish stylo, ^ f Walnut. :] Mr. Adam H. Schwartz, corner of Tenth and Penn streets, has hod tho front of his Grocery store torn out, and two windows, extending from tho pavement to the eaves of the houseinserted. We presume there is not another front in tho city similar to it. Mybterioub,—Last night; at a lato hour three persons appeared on the porch of the Pennsylvania House, corner. of Fifth and Washington streets. They were asked what was wanted, when one ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

SEOOND EDITION. • l-S O'4 LOCit P. M. PA11T AVMAMAC. j 8ottris« . . 8 29 J Sun »M J . 6 81 ' Daya'a length U hours 04 minutes. . Weather clear-Wind S. W. '¦ _« ¦ • i ¦ Rtatb or TBERvomrrKR. . 7 A.M. 2 P.M. Monday, r 70" 84° Tuesday, co° . 87° Wednesday, 68° ' . , 87° • Thursday, 08 s 89* Friday, c«° 81° Saturday, 74° . 89° TnKRB win be a regular mpotiug of City Councils to-night. . _ * Ladies 1 Faib.—The Ladies' Fair Association of Hamburg have commenced preparations to hold a Fair for the benefit of the Emanuel Church, during the Christmas holidays. '\ Marbdorf's Varioties in full tido of suecefls. First appearance of Mr. Miles, tho freat «omic singer and oldntan personator. ( aster Jardella, tho celebrated wench dancer and comedian, will positively appear on Monday tlext. Cool lager always on hand. Tbucoravu Like.—The) Schuylkill Navigation Co. nro progressing with their telegraph line, having erected the posts at Hamburg during this week. We understand { that the wires ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

iMMumi.. • • • .• ¦ * ,- , . ¦ ¦¦ -m rtrTon. ? * ¦ • .' ^ »R Wettt . ' • 1 . . doWo*tt • ' •. • • lMf J fiMft . w * • • « • Toll ^ UM. per but> v . • • • : P*M« y. , -= . • ; i ¦ .,-, .. • I P«M. " gtt«M«ai, • • - ^« Men Beef. • • - • t7#n) Mo|«arsM« " ;•;'* ••_ * • l7 >?518 JIOStJ; . - s • ¦ '• Wl^ ¦ Coal per to* s^w taKr*"^ 1 * .* 11J 8 l4»hltblnnpk*tMmV't and broken •- I (neturat. . . I < ' gwhoyl.red a*k. • . . «50«4T ESbt^\ 9 '^% vi ' \ Obettaat. . ¦ ,,- .- . - , ( IM

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Tbb Ditpcttch says that at the Annyillo camp meeting, during one day, one badge vender sold $185 worth of Grant and.Colfax badges, and another ' sold $40 woith. j ' It is generally supposed thatj people go to camp meetings for religious puirposes, but it appears that others go there in the nterest of politicians, The badge venders are sharp fellows, however j they know that the roughs wko nang around and disturb camplu eetiugs are always Grant and Colfax men, a ad consequently there is always a brisk doraand for likenesses of the 8moking Donkey, who is ft man of the same stripe in tbo way of horses, dogs, rum and cigars. ' 1 ' * ¦' -'" • '' ¦ . Amkrioav Mechanics' Parade.— The State Parade of the Order of American Mechanlcs, which is to take place at Lancaster, on September 11th, will undoubtedly be a grand affair. Over fifty councils have already reported to tho Secretary of tho State' Committee thoir intention to participate, in the parade. Col. David Miles, of Con«stoga Counc...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Sunday School Celebrations.—The St. L&wrehce Sunday School will holdits annual colobration at Exeter Station Grove,on l 8unday, Sept. 6tb\ 1808. The services, of the Exeter mass Band, and also several, ablo 8peakers,have been engogod forthobcoasion. An interesting time- may be expected.— Friends of Sunday schools are respectfully invited to attend. The Blandon Union Sunday School will hold its annual meeting on Saturday K Sept. 6th, In Benjamin Peter's, woods, near Blandon. A brass band will be in attendance to enliven the occasion. No hucksters allowed in or outside {ho grounds, i , Tho Loesport Sunday School will/hold its annual celebration in Herbein's woods, near Leesport, on Saturday, Sept. oth, 1868. The Le' esport Band will be in attendance during the day. Hucksters are not allowed to sell on the premises. ~ / The Amityvillo Sunday School will hold;a celebratipn on Peter Weaver's I sland, in the Manatawny, on. Saturday, Sept. 12th, 1868 1 . The Bobool will meet at...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

iv pur friends will use preparations for restoring gray hair they should nse tho best in the market. Our attention has Htoly been called to an article which baa an extensive ¦ale and a very high reputation, known as Ring's Vegetablo Ambrosia, and we aro Inclined to think that it'possesses more desirable and lessj objectionable qualities than any other in the markot. It restores gray or faded hair to its original color in a rapist remarkable manner, amr by its invigorating and soothing properties removes alt dandruff and humors from the scalp. Give it a fair trial andyoucannotlfail to like It., aug 18 lm Dr. Liout has just received a largo lot of (urc , fresh drugs and medicines, of all iuds. Thoso who desire tho pure article (and who does not?) we would advise them to go to him. His prices are rfcasQnabl«>,and ho waits upon all his customers in a prompt and gentlemanly manner, Alt prescriptions are put up in the most careful manner, ana there is no danger of any mistakes ...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 29 August 1868

Mertino 6b Lodges and AssoouTJo.vfl.-^- TBo following named organisations will hold tltoir regular Bjtatcd meetings this (Satuhday) ovoning: Freedom Circle, No. 7..B. U. (n. F.) C. A.,»BrotKorhood Hall, Ihird and Penn. pieetwood Council,.No. 20, 0. U. A. M., at Fleetvi'bod. Hamburg Council, No. 74, A O. U. A. M., at Hamburg. Rehrorsburg Council, No. 129, 0. U. A. M.j at Rehrersburg. . . Leosport Council, No. 181, 0. U. A. M., at Loesport. ; Mt. Pleasant Lodge, No. 475,1. 0. of G. T., at Hopowell Furnnco. Friendship Lodge, No. 5, K. of P., at Temperarico Hall. ¦ . Junior Circle, -No. 21, B. U;, at Gojgortown. . Reading Division, No. 75, B. of L. E., at 703 Penn street. . . ' • ' Longswamp Lodge, No! 534,1. 0. 0, P., at Mertz'8, Lpng8wam». Porseveranco Council, J. 0. of A. M., at Fifth and Washington. Domolny Commandery Nb. ' O. K. T. Masonic Hall. ¦ ' ¦/''

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