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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
GREAT FORNITORE DEPOT. SCHR(EDER& FELIX, W§urerooin, oorner Fifth and Wasbingtca . | streets, MANUFACTORY. WASHINGTON 8TREH HEL0W FIFTH, i WH0LE8ALK ANP UETAIL rpiIR UNDEHSIQNED RKSPKOTFULLY INJL. vito publio attention to their (ptendld itockol nnt-clans furnlturo now nnd constantly on hand, and made te ordor to huh ousioinem. Amongother articles, especial attention Ii U< vl^od to their unsurpassed. : extension tables, dbes8ino bureaus, ' \ djKinq koom ghairs, . CENTRE AND OTHER TABLES, BEDSTEADS OF TUB LATEST STYLES, and every other Article In their line of bnslntii ijivcry artldo in manufactured by theiuselrtf. fa their aumlraoly armngoa taanurtwtorywith ti« mostporfeot maohtnory, and tklllful meobantc^ and Dulshod lit atvunturjuissed uiaiincr, . .Also prepared to oxeoute all orders for _ CARVING, . TURNING , - \ . 8AWmO ,aDi ; MOULDINGS. ¦ ¦ . All orden promptly executed, ftad •nrrantcil (a glveBatlsfactlop. « f ap.lO-tf.
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
rill&K BEAD IBT U KIRK IN« irHAN€R AN» 1 TRUST COMPANY OF BERKS CO. OboasiSikd July, 1807. ^ JJ apita' i.^IW.OOO.OO. . ' ¦ .' ¦ \ I ! Office Heading lnmrance IiuildinaNa.V) North Fifth ttreet, S. E. Uorncr of Court afreet. • Office hours from 8 a, u. to 8 p. u, - . DIBRCTORS:,' | J. Pringlo Jones. , - James McKnlglit, ' ¦ nenryZ: Van Reed, , Jacob Shnffhor, Jv T. Jnoksori, D. E. Stc ut. Jonas Shatter, J. T. Va online, - ', ' George Rieser. . . This Company Insures all kiids of property agninst loss or (&iungo by flroatn tefa as low ns any otherrellnbloCotnpnny nnd upon ov'ery plan known to Btook Insurance Companies ^ ' ' ' l'orpotuat Polioies issued reqil ring no renewal nnd upon which the amount of x> emluut paid can bo rootaimed nt any timo, less a < [cduotion of five por cert. Tho advantages of t )ts method uro worthy of thc\aUontion ot farmers and others hav* ina first-elntu dwelling housos, mrns and other buildingsin town or country, ns ' loing...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
11HE HOWE SEWING MACHINE. TlfK BEST FAMILY HEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD, : , . . The only Sowing Mnolilno in ado tlmtwill sow everything n JCumily needs with entire mUiHi ' iictlon to tho operator. - . It sonms. lioni?. fell p . gather*, ruflles, tucks, quilts, corJ8,brnidflUDil binds. ¦ • ' It 8^ys tho finest fabrics without injuring tho Stuff, lind tho heaviest matorlals with tho greatest cuspeven Roods of »8uch thickness ns cannot be forced undorthejprcssorfootof tho SingororGrovor & linker Muclnnoa. ' i ¦ \ It sowa with tho, coarsest phtont thread na well as tlioOnoatdllk. 1 • •* It makes the n<oat perfect l«ook Stitch of any machino mnniifactuircd. > ' ¦ It uses ii flnor lloedlo with tho enmo thread thnn any othor luachino made It IiAji n. nnn-vitrliiMn tnnnldn in inn nliiiltln nm the IMarv Tcnifynfor tho upper thread, ia not e<iual(ed by any othor mnko. > j Itistho simplest machino in construction—am for that reason moro cusily learned ...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
.. , V«t>itMll THB TAVTH. There are » few Repubtipan. newspapers in this 8tate. which cause, their, party much uneasiness by their determination to tell th,o truth occasionally. One of tho most influential of these journals ia tho Harriaburg|£l!afo Guard, which discourses as follows: "There. ftg^f$diying in this city, professing to b/BjJinbUcans, tohofhere combelleiin optnSdc^mfla to carr y back to " the Trtaturu twjmfn^f which they unlawfully and diahontstty arew therefrom, and who WEBB OVKBWUKI.Mlk(Jr.T CONVICTED IN TIIK FAOK OP TUB LlQlSLATOnK OV BNKAKIKO tO TQsQ^bbk'b DS8KOV tiikHousb okIIep«e-SBkfAflVKS, TUKRU TO Al/TRR Tilt; FiaUftKA IN AHOFFIOIAt. DOOUUGNTl" : The State Guard ought to know nil about the matter, and no doubt it tells the trn,th. But it is rather hard on the Radical party to ventilate such ngly facts. i The people should pujt a stop to puch^aBfcallty, by electing nonobut honeat Democrats to the Legislature this year.
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
T\ltt liOltIM Do DAKTIt HVIIBr .. OFFWE-AND RESIDENCE, \ NO. SI4Nortb Nlntll Street, Reading, Va, augHO-lmo * . • . ¦ - UT lVf^ ll TJnriTT Q Wo have o^ J5JL All lV f JttyyJVO. handandfor sa o a largo variety of Blank Books, which will bo sold choap,. RITTER & 00, POLIflCAL CARDS. POS BISTEIOT ATTO&NBY. To tho Voter* of Berlin County. 1? EIiLOW-DEMOCRAT8,-Ericournged W the X very large voto I reooivod in tho Democratii Convention of 1805 for the nomination fur Distric Attorney for. Berks Countywhich placed me 6i tho returns(noxt to the fluccessful oandldat«,)an( forwhieblnm dcoply grateful,I againofformyself as a candidato for tho office of District Attorney at tho onsuing election, euhject to tho decision of tho next Democratio Delegate Convention. Should I be successful in obtaining the nomination and subsequent' electionI pledge inyself'to discharge the duties of the ofllco with Cdolity, integrity and courlcsy. i \ ¦ « A r " ISRAEL 0, BECKER. Roadlag.July29.18C...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
i LARGH liOt OF , : ' • Domestic and Imported . . --,., WOOLEN AND COTTON KNITTING YA«N8, . ; T i AM) ZEPHYRS, For sale cheap At B, DREYPOOS 1 , I - 705 Penn Street abova Sevquth. nug.28-2w • I . lAINSOLUTION OP PAnTNBlBftitlp,— JjNoticeis hereby given that tho.partnership latciKoxinting between Israel ». Hitter and lieunoviilo Jiortoletto of IftadingPa., under tho firm of Rltter it Dorlolctto, (Undertakerswftti dissolved on the UDth day of August1808, by mutual consent. All debts owing to tbo said partnership are to be received by A. K. Htaull'erl^q., No 62t:Court street.'Readingand nil demands on tho said pnrtnqr.shlp nro to ho prctontod to him for payment. f v ISRAKliS.RITTBR, B. BERTOiiBTTE, RUB27-U . •
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
AUCTION I AUCTION It All that lareo and well teleotod stook of a FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY (JOODS, i u . Contained in tho popular storo of David NefT, No. 537 Penn Streetin tho City of Reading, will bo'sdld nt ( PUBLIC AUCTION, Commencing on tlti ^ SECOND DA Y OF ' 8EPVEUnmt nojtt,«t Uo'elook. A. M., and to liqconilnuod nntll the wholoitock la Bold; , ' Tho undersigned makes a peremptory salo of tho goods in tho suld storeana Merchants ns wol! as others may find It to their intorctt to attend tho eale. ' ' ' J. D. WANNER. . ¦ Assignee of David Neff. • Rkadino. Aug. 2!st, 1868. J 24-lw.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
TQR. EUGBNB SCHCBNINO'S. CELEPRATEp 3WEDI8H BETTERS, r * 'I Obre With certainty all chronic derangements of tn« MyerStopiajulliand K^new.ls tho mo»t Pow: erful Tonio ofthe DigestlTe,-Muscular ai)d Nervoun System', nnd the' most Beljable preservative against a|l kinds of Foyer. Dysenteryand Jnfebfous Diaeusej, especially against Cholera, Typhoii «nd Yellour VevpV. Price 7i» , c .en6 a bottlp. ] Sia fortl Portale *t tho"Pagjp''Jookjlor^ iI . ¦ . ' BITTER A CO. &1 Penn Street. QTRAVED OR gTOtKN-frora tho. j.rqmi Osos of the subscriberin Mazatawny townshipa dog between 7 and 8 months old, covered with dark and white tpots. lie Is of n greyish color., lib can are clipped.' He had on a etrapiwith 9 ring and a silver plate, and any person returning >him to the Subscriber or giving Infonnatiott as W hia whereabouts, shall bo well paid. ' i aug31-lt ^ - DAviDXUTZ.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
tr RYDER & CO., MnnufnotuVors of , DR. STUSVER'S ' Celebrated 1 Tonio Herb Bitters, IraportOH of' WINES AND ^LIQUORS, Also Solo Agonts for Daii.by'b U»bivam-kd Rv« Wllli^lKS. ' . ' . No. 121 North Third Street, . PHILADELPHIA. For salo nt tbe Englo Bookstore ' ' n»u[2fl-tf
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Notioe . to Water Consumers. OWING to tho extremely low stntc of tho wa«r in the Reservoir* and the Impossibility of eon ' pleting tho improvements for Increaolng tho wale supply of tho city; boforo tho noxt two or thret mont . ns.tho Commissioners of Wator would request the w»tor-taker» of the city to bo as economical as posvlblo in tho use of water at present Br proper attention to this . roqiieit, on the p»rt or lacli eontamcr. largo quantities of water wn bt tared and' a full supply' for ordinary pnrpoieJ guaranteed to all. . • > . Tho several Ylro companies an alto tenumti to ccajio tiling water during tho present drought! etcept In cases of flro, By order of the ' . ¦ ¦ ¦ • B.F.HA^BSP^.^Sf «a.Cityi>u]iors will please copy
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
TpB UvtviBBi olatrai Thiwl, Stevdni «i k Catholic, becauio ho w&r baptitod bef ' or* Wb death by a Sitter of Charity, the Fo4« AbrtAam olaimt hitn m • Bap^it, beoiuwe he called tho Baptist* "brethren' 1 in hU*ill. Ther t la no proof that h« wu Anything elie but a scoffer »t religion, until ho wu frl|ht •ned into ft deathbed repentance; Let the dead nun taitf—ha was no credi| ^ 0< any church r fndw« wonder that any church wUheatoclaitnhtitt. ' ' -
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
*».CaHandBeo. ' JACOB R;;RITTBR foffiit - ¦; - THAWIiKigt vrOTIOB,—Tho flrmofDavls&Sterer, Buteh-\er» ^ h«vjn«f\ocn(lli»olv«d by lnuturl fiutu nlliporFons indebted to tbo firm are ciutlontj u nnS-e-itaymont tonqno but thjo un^crilgnci.iii accounts ui tho firm bolng in my hinds. Dilli will be iuado outand all persona Indebted will bo rill. ed upon to inako payrnent. . ¦' JACOB G00DHART. J»., ADAM STEYKR, 0HAS. C. DAVIS. *ug »l-3t ,
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
mmmfimss anmsismmm HllBnnnM9vlMralnHliiifllai liS^WJBirf Wnra li irH wWaiwWiMM For doing n family washing in tho best and chenpost manner. Guaranteed equal to nny in the world t Has all tho strength of old rosin soap with tho mild nnd. lathering qualities of gonulni Unstflo. 'fry this Bplendid Sonii.' Sold by tho AI.DKN OlIKMUIAI, WORKS, 4S Stortb Front Hlrect, l'hlladolntiln* - -nu 7-Cmo
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
^VB NITVBK WAttB ttOOM. . ' riONSXANTLY ON HAND n largo assortmcol Vp f/tho host Oabinnt Ware, fullsujUOf Chamber Furniturenlso Parlor milts ' und * —-—^__; largo nHsortment ot CANK SKAT^^^^^ft ClfAIRS. Best hair and husk^^^^B Mnttrosscs. Persons wishing to^^^^^^P purohano, would do well to call and examine om ( look. . D. H. BEIDF.MAH4J2PonrrBQliM«, Alsoagentfor tho Celebrated Florence Lock »»J Knot SUtch Family Sowing Machine. (ap21 awll
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
THE DAILY EAGLE REAPING, PA.; SEPTEMBER i, 1808 gjTYTXyiLKC^NTY FIRST .fBJ»ITIOir-~l» I* P. * Mi THE MAN ABOUT TOWN.-What might ha Te been » frlf htfu) «al*Mtropho «u only-nveirted by one Of those Int«ri>ositl6n.i which are funitccotfotnbleand remarkable., Two ThomMcatt)»*io play-Ing on tn» roof of Mlihler's Hotel.OnBnnday evening, a ' fall from,which heightwould have proved fatal, or formed a OAT-aract.: We flatter ourtelvM that we havo the most cohventent, <ommodiouf and complete offlco in the city. Each department li syttomatjsed and within easy access, wblle, every Improvement and facility haj been i ' ntrSdaced to meet the want* of our patrons, -At noon yesterday, a soinof Nathan Rohrbach, In 9th ward, M . «d about 7 years, fell from a chair and brokehU right arm in twoplacei, Dr. Dandor rnu called In and the boy's arm set.-r3Vjne». Clymor'n Kurnaco, at the Temple, which bus been idle for «oine time, has rciumod work.- Ureat rush forsehool bookiyestc/day, at...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
[Communicated.] Wkrkerbviu.13, Berks Co., ^«e. 31, '08. Editor Heawno Eagle: ~ In order to keep you informed of ,whnt is going on in this part of tho county, I thought I would drop you a few lines, and that, through yoir vtilunblb paper, you could tell your mnny rcadors what is going on up hero on tho side of Cushion Mountain. TJio Hygeinn Home has \been over-crowded this summer, with invalids from all pnrts of tho States, nil of whom have and are still* drinking in tho healing influencosof the puro mountain air, and cool sparkling water, for which tho place is justly celebrated. The inquisitive would ask perhaps, "I wonder whatThey do, and how they pass their tinio away, up thoro on the mountain side ; apparently away from the world ofBocial life."—This is not tho case, for we havifbur social gatherings, and moral teaohirtgs.. Though we aro on. the mountain tops, .tho. go»p«U with its ministers, find their way up hero with us. This season tho Rev. John Berg, of Baltimore, Md., ...
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Reading House Keepers' Market. . ' ' - ' Sopt. 1,1868. ¦ Bumu-Fresh dairy, f lb.. 38®45 " Lump, r ' .^t^- 38 OBBKBR-Oheiiio V B> 20®^ Lard—Lnrd ft lb.. 20@25 Eoas—Eggs ^ doion, > 28 Applks—App e8 V pook 40@60 Drl d * au»rt .., ,...12lu : Praoiiks- ¦ * ' 7 •• «. 16@18< MkX j t—Beefs oak, round Pp., 20 " • " sirloin, 25 • .. • ' rump, " j... " ...20@22 Beef oast, A " • 25 V v Beef (Jried, ¦ ".. - . 30 " ^ Venl dutleta. " 25 " ihopg, " 18 Muttdn. " -i 15018 " t Pork, " 10@18 " steak, ., " , 20 . •' Sausage fresh, " 22@25 " smokod; " ...»../.> 25 HAM-Hamo. " , 2S " 81lced, . ¦ SO SHOUtUK . ns- 16@18 Sidks— ' , i •; ;13 k Poultry—Ch okenB livo, , ¦ ..,..— i" dressed, " — " / Turklesllve. " i...~ — •• ' " dressed. " .V - " Spring cbiokena V pair ,- *..7So®! 00 Wnoi.E8ALS Trade Pmoks of GnooEHiEa. , , . .- . . i't . i ' I,, Reported a ' nd comoUd daily, byH. 8. Qett Wholesalo Grocer. No. 614 Penn Btreet, Reading. ¦ Rbadiro, Sept. 1,1868. 0oFF8K-Jav , - "&l...
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
CLOTHES WRINGERS ! . i , ¦> i >• . . ¦ '¦ i ¦ , ^ J ' , - - [ • " K ' " :\ / ; . - ' r'\- t STEP LADDERS, I r ALL WARRANTED. , J ' " -AT ¦ • i ¦ ¦ ¦ •: ' ¦ . » • ,j •I' • ¦ : M°KNIGHrS v • , ^ -^ . HARDWARE STOBE, .. ' • - ¦ .. I ; ; : • ¦ • •¦' I " ¦ ! , THIRD AND PENN SIS. auglOtf ' : ¦ m
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Just received at the EAOLB BOOKSTORE, a Full line of books la uxe in the Pabllo BeiiooU ifl thii city, which .will be *ola at the t«ry low*»t price* ' . It would ne to the ndvantAje of »uoh.who are in - Want of books to ascertain our prlc«i before purchulng olsowhoro. Weh|ve,., ,-,• . : • CjWoodbury'tNew Method i with flerman . Tl n ContpoaUjpn Books. MJ /"I Ftuquelle' * Frenoh Course , f\ ' \ j Bonntcutle'a Monguratlon, \J TT ' Sloddard'a Arithmetic*, - \' JX Parker's Pblloiophy, \J • f\ • Bullion' * Grammar, T/ \f Ray' ; Algebra. . • JV. f\ OoUer/i Anatfmy, ,, • 43: W Goodrieh'jlKailUitory, ! Q . f " OroeniearsArithmetio, * XJ i ¦ Tenney's .Geology, • . .,, . I. • 11.. _ XJ ' ¦ Tbomat'EwincJogy, O A \ y . PewwdT 5r«nb«^derr.' Jt EWoodbury's Element IT •5' Oe ' mtnBetderlJ I ScnooilVCiiketi ¦ .. .. Vi Parker 4 W»tion's$eriM«9cDoolIBooJ^, i ¦ . ' - ¦ . « m ¦ . ¦;. ¦>.: !• ¦ Orltteoden'« Dookktspipf, with srtU of BUnk-. ¦ • - : books, ¦ ¦^. - ¦ .> . ,:, ' penn$TftfijB...