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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
A poalttn, ponauiont, tadinimeAhite lie medj fcr Hewilgl*, ToothMb, Eat aoh*, ftcatUolKi Bh«u&»liam« SmJcU, Ban) a FraatBtaa .anaaUfcmkpaiM. O V IV KllevUte kemttn MflHtnff »))««M ronmit«t« tin hljdiMlHltt .^ Mm ttnophllo»t>hfr t T^»t Ihp irt^h» * to^ in viit^nSf «malrwklyVkl««H>. by\\\Mu* ihr l»h,<,i\»k* g( vnlow«orm aiwl ^tfctr to «ll«y U» »>Uni T BAYRE'S ?.> lNbrAIfT PAIN .QUttJCi »III «<xxxni-lt«h by nlmiiU wtwm\> »ri>tic«tlot) l«tftVct U rff^clly.ma^oaV.AHlu it\hv»iI>> »!.¦.( I'lilln'l . v.liirnOi'.uMtittontiiiiiiliiMl'lo t.itliodill.l < t i,:i iK-r «s(i j»< f\\ \h ^ nrtwlt, ' . 1 OiJ»K\n'U of kut^nni) cav > i. ¦ • if . v ItnUliM In i»(loltdii.lint« fiu-t tH-jiiuiUilMiitnvtoi-.» nivl ¦«>J !ulso|1V'll^t|>>i» i^ th« CHi^nill ct^vliic^ tlwlu >¦. »k»Hllr!il su(T> : U* <ttIt* tHily mliMf uto>H tNjVh... WE 0HAXt?N03 ^Hfi.WORM) Nit fan...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
(FomiMlyA.BookmMbm ¦ FRfiE^ON ^ C^RT SALOON, : ' UNDER THE > POST OFFICE, 1 Rkadixo, Pa. ' ' HAVlNd bought out Mr. A, fioekmvehl' * 8»« loon, under tho JVwt Officethe anq«nlf awl •nnoune* that they will continue tip builDeto un d«r th« above firm, ana »to»W» *1| the varletle* of entertainment* for wnten thla j>loeo Is oclobraUd, Tin 4 • * ' : Free Conoert Every Evening ' <. ¦ AND ¦ • " ¦ . ¦ • .; LUNCH BVBEY MOBNINQ. , \ ' Sollottlng n continuation of the patronage of an npprcclatlue Public, (hey »ro ' , ¦ , . No. 329 Penn Street, A LI» klnd» of Coffins fuitUhed M short notlee ¦ XvFuncralB attouded in town or country. KntlW attfntlon given to the builneiw. , .., " - auB22-lw E. 8.MlLLEB.A|t.
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
AU(t. 3i—ftp. H, CoTToxporlb. • • 30JiJ®3i^ Sugar - - ¦ - • ll?i<aHSj4« Pktrolkum, - -SOJi Fi.oub. Superfine, - v - 0 60®8 00 Extra- *8 60®9 00 Northwest\ - , - ¦9W®1125 Pa. and Ohio, - - 10 00®12 BO Fancy - - ' - 13 00@14 60 Ryb Flour, - ¦ <• • * • 9 80 Wheat, Red - - - I2 2O@2 85 Wheat/White. -j 2 65 £ ye ' «'. " - • • - 1 C0@170 Corn V*l. - - - - - - 1 as#l 28 do West: • - ' - - - 1 24@1 25 Q?*?' \ t "" " 'O ®85 Mnlt, per bush •- -. . - 210 Barloy. - - - - - 200 Pork. ¦M om. - -; - , - 20 50®30 00 Prime Mew. • - - ! -2100 Prime. | - - - 24 50 MedaBoof.l.l .. --., 27® 60 Bacok. . . Hams. . ' ... ¦ 20(322' Rib. k clear aldei — - - \1}i®Wi<\ BhouldoMj . '14 Q rkrn Meats. * . PloklodHamB. - - - 19@19^o fihoutdora ta ted - - - - 1SM» Lard, fe ' • - - - • 18&0 Fish pkr Bbd ' : Maokorol, - - - -11160 Srrdb. Clover per bishol, - • 8 60®9 00 Timothy. - / - - - 3 00 Flsxaeed. - - - - 2 70 Conl per ton • l ' Locust Mt lump and gtonm't - $3 60 " broken ' ' • ...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
I< rightful Accidekt. — Mr. ' Jeremiah Focht, a resident of Lirtetpwn, this county, met with a horrible accident on,e day last week. He, in company with several others, were employed in quarrying limestones.— They had just loaded a heavy blast and were preparing w discharge it. The fuse they used was tightly packed, causing it to burn rather slowly. After the fuse had been ignited, Mr.F.evidently thinking it had gone but, stepped into the quarry and commenced examinmg it with a pin. The fuse was consumed to the surface of the filling^,being still .alive, and as\ho scratched at it,the blast was discharged, throwing somo sparks into A keg of p0iW,aer,which had very imprudently been ieiniunuiiitiuau » K uf, cuusingua explosion into Mr. F's. face, and severely scarofiing almost oyery part of his body. Ho is under th^ skillful medical treatment of Drs.Shultzr and Rhoads. who prescribe4 ^weei oil to, reli eve hint of his excruciating uains. Thedischarge 9/ the load in th6^opk,s...
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
. Did you sav youworo in need of a good Stop Ladder? Ifso,Bco tho groat variety kopt at McKnight's Hnrdwaro Store. Third and Ponn stroots. Six diflforout styles on hand. ? • Wiuiam Whitman, a Gorman carter, foil MDVor from exhaustion whilo ^ loading ashes Into his enrt at tho Scott works yesterday morning. Ho wns token homo^. and Dt. Kuhns attended to him. DnowNED.—A littlo girl aged ten years, daughter of Elias Gebhart, of Uornvillo, wna drownod in! ono of the, locks of tho Union Canal at that place on Sunday last. Sho fell in accidentally, and before sho could bo rescued lifo wag oxtinctl A. Drive through tho country nt tho present time amply componsntea one for the small outlay. . Tho country is clothed in its most gorgcouB beauty, and no locality offers so much diversity of inndsenpo and picturesqueness of sconery, as our own lovely suburbs.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Mc0qw8jv• - ¦ •$iptlnipre, DBAURS IK HARDWARE, ' OVTi&RY, QXJN8, HOUSE PUBN18HING 000p TIN PLATES, SHEET IRON Building Materials, SADDLERY, <fcq., ,ftc, &c, lev. , No.. 612 PMN STREET, ItBADINQ. PA s.t>2!-tf. ¦ • •. '¦ • •>' .'. ¦;, '¦ .
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
lyr iM. jr. v. mvah, . . ^ ' • lias removed to Ho. IB Novlh BUt|» Street, Where «h» will keep * full line of Trlmmlngn. &c thjemoitreliablemternsfojrladlciandCDnilron'ii elothlnt. Fartlculaf AtUntlon pild to Clo»k-inak« int. Good work and perfeot flU warranted. . IE0N RAILING WORKS. LEWIS NEUDOEUFFEB, Court Alley, below. Fifth Stroot, (In the rear of the Faracw' Aatlonal Bank) T AH NOW PREPARED TO ATTEND TO A,,l, lroy , friends and the community In fenernl. win. BELIifl, REPAlRINaLOdKB.Tlio. ' AH repairliiK ad'd^tro iWW!fD8^Kt d-»»2ft-tf.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Lock-ui 1 lloport for tho month 6f August: t ' Tho arrests that were made during.tho month, are as follows: For Drunkenness, . ¦ / 40 " Larceny, •< * ' 5 " Assnult and Battery, . ' 8 11 Fighting, : C 11 Vagrancy, , j 5 " Surety of Pence, ' 1 " False Pretense, 1 " Fast Driving, 2 '' Insulting Oilicer, , 1 " Escaped from the Poor House , 6 " Committed by Aldoruien, 5 Total number of arrests, 73 Number of Lodgers101 ¦Nativity of lodgers: American, 39; Irish, 81: German,.19'; Wcl6h, 11. Of tho above, ' 23 were women—13 of which'weri lodgers and 10 prisoners. \
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Svrett op the Pkack.—John Miller is a boarder of Julian Eck's.. This morning Julian made complaint before Alderman Schooner against John for Surety of tho Pence. Sho alleges that her boarder on several occasions threw her out tho house and locked the door on her; nnd finally'lio threntoned to burn down tho building. Philip Miller, Deputy constable, made the arrest.. Bound over for n hearing nt Court. Poi.iok AvFAiitR.—Hut one individual occupied a po8ttion'l)0hind the bars at the ' station houso this morning. Charles Pctermnn had been arrested by tho Chief of Police yesterday noon, in Franklin street, botwerti Front and Second. ' Charley was.on,ft "throo week's spree,", during which tinio he had not provided for his family, and had abused and . whjpped his wife terribly, on whoso complaint ho was arrosted. • Discharged.
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Machine Silk, Machino Cotton, Machine Needles, Dress Patterns, etc., can always be had nt Tyson's, No, 832 Ponri str ' oet. j aug 22-8t Du. Liant jms just received a largo lot of pure,', fresh drugs and # medicinesof nil kinds. Tho^o who-^Iesiro tho pure articlo (and who docs not?) wo would advise ' tb.ohv to go to him. His prices aro reasonablo,and howaits upon all hm customers in a prompt and gfentloinnnly nmnuer. All proscriptions arc put up in tho most, enreful manner, and there is ho/danger of./»ny mislflkea occurring ' ''y ' ' ¦ Tho Doctor has. also all kinds of toilet articles for' salo,—oils, washes, soaps, brushos, combs, &c, Ac. Remember the placo—No. 1 North Fifth street. I nug 21-1-w.
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
ntOMttKORaiA. " - Aqrwt •f. Mect* Lojrul tf»i«» Hl»t»w. Oae«rt^ent Killed. . ' ' Charlkstos, Aug. 81.—Th« JSberiflF of Twiggs county, Georgia, had oecwion, with a poase, to arrett severol negroes engaged in ft riot tho week previous. One negro, in attempting to escape, was killed, and the rest gftvo . themselves. ¦ up. A number of negroes, not' engaged in the riot, gave themselves up, being apprehensive that the whites intended to kill them, They slated that Jeff. Long, a negro, waa their distiicjt commander, and they were Kinder his orders, ho being-nn officer of tho loyal league. I
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Tnu Hyoeiak Home.—We aro glad to learn that this excollout institution is prospering as it' deserves. The only wonder is that it is not even more frequentl y visited thnn it is at present. > It is situated on tho >Eds .tcrn slopo of tho Cushion Mountain, 1} miles from Wcrnersvillo station on the Lebanon Valley Railroad ^ and is only 8 miles from Reading. A visit to the "Hojino" will repay any ono who admires beautiful scenery, or who desires to indulgo in the luxury of the Turkish or othor baths. Tho wator is oXcellont, possessing remarkable curative proportio3,and tho chargeS'f or board and treatment aro moderate.- The Homo is under the able manngoment of Dr. A. Smith, to which it no doubt owes much of its popularity. A visit to tho "Homo" is a pleasant drive from this city. i
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
^ T^^nr)S'v ml '. • • ' ttAII.T ALMAXAC. San rises . . 6 321 Sunsets . . G 28 Dayo's length 12 hours 6S minntea. »_—,—. * ¦ STATB Of TIIKRMOMETKR. ' 7 A.M. 2 P. M. Monday, 74° , 80° Tuesday, 74° ' 82" Wednesday, •• —° -° Thursday, — • —° Friday, ' ~° - • Saturday, —° —°
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
DIED. SMITH—In Heading, on Saturday morning, August 29, VinckmtH. Smith, formerly of l'hllaaolphln. . [ ¦ y 2-t M()NEY; MARKET. Iluahons ft Oro.L Banker*. No. 16 North 6th itr««t * [quote as follow*: Hkadiko. Sept. 1.1868. 01dIJ.aO'«I88l -1 - - IVAi Old U. 8. o' < 1862 - - - ' 113W Now U. 8.5r20'g. 18M . July and Jan., • • 100>i NowU.8.6.80 > «,18W,MByondNoy., - 111 New U. 8. 1865, new - - - 108^ N. U. 8,5-20's 1807. July nnd Jttn.j- • W% New U.S.O-iWii. 1883. - -J - lift Ten-Forty Bonds, - - - - l Olfi Gold In Now York up to 12 o'clock, - - 144J2 Gold inKoa(lingatlJu8t)onir& Bros.. - 144^ philaiSelphia markets.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Proi\ Daniel H. Herr, No. 10 , North Sixth«tT««rt, s h!fiJbBe>apnpinted > 'tnp,. agent for Borks county, of tho Howo Sowing Machino Company. The Howb machino is a No. 1 machine, is of simple construction,durablo, and makes the lock-stich. It sews the thinnest gauze and the tho heaviest cloth with equal ease, using tho finest or coarsost ordinary thread. On account of its eimplo construction almost any child can sew with it after the first showing, - ¦ Families wanting stitching tuckidg, braiding,or cording dono, aro requested to leave their orders at tho store, and they will bo promptly attended to. jTho machines are of three classes—for famil y sewing; tailoring and shoe-making, and i/or saddlo and harness work. Givo Prof. Herr a call.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
coatiko.—Boating on tho canal is beginning to brisk up considerably. Many of the cm\al bargea aro shoving out from th .oir moorlnga ' for tho ptirposo of entering into the reviving coal trfi<Jp. May they have no opqp again to lay up until tho icy chains of winter nro thrown across tho raging canal. h TmbWK.—Tho City CoincilsV PhiladelphU visited our city yestorday, and while horo were qnarterod at the "Mansion." G. A. Nicolls, Esq., Isaac Eckeifi, Esq., Judge Jones and others of oitrti^ens, paid their respects to tho visitors during tho any. Andalusia, tho Springs and our other places of note >»ore visited. Tfap party roturnedto Philadelphia last evoniug.
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
MARflnouK's Varieties in full tido of success; First appearance ofN Mr. Miles, the great comic singer and old man personaWfr. Master Jardella, tho celebrated wench duncerXnd comedian, will positively appear on Monday next. Cool lager always on hand. Tub High jjcliool repairs are not yet completed, consequently the regular business of tho institution will not commence until next Monday. Meantimo the pupils nro required to bo in attendance next Friday morning; at 8 o'clock, to havo their work assigned them. The school will open with almost one hundred nnd ninety pupila,not n singlo available spot being unoccupied. Tho next thing is a larger and more commodious edifice. -
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
QOAOHUAKIXtOI . i COAGH REPAJRM! \ s ' ;-' O.H. HES8LEB, . . Skih 8f., betwem WiuMtitfch <b Walnut, Reipeotfully announces that he Is preraro J to du all work in his line. With deBpatoh.TBqexporlenoe of manyyears will beused for the benoflt oj pis patrons. The terms will betnobostthat cmi be (Wen by anyr totory in the city. OOAOfl r¥?AIRINOI SSi&J&V&tilSlt of every kindas well a* BLAOK BMITH WORK, tttended to at short flotic* J lanSltf < - ' 0. II. HKS8I4KR
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Rm>»ro ^WBP^uty, tttn, Fni ¦ JPWff Makkw. ' , r \ ^Ulfl C ^^^ X * * a&u* .4>L.IA>k 'MB fll HBbS QQ VM»^(^<%»»,^^i4«I.Vw., '.Wi<-> 1 W ] «»_.i JarQrrJT & l <, ...~.............. )¥ j!7*™ Ot»l»T_ ' • ' ' ! > V . WhMt " " . iw IK i " . Rjr«l ... " „„, l«0 Oor> • " 190 j" * " O«t« ' ' ",.;...i..i..- TO Hi»T-Tittioth.Vtoo. . ....,»» + 1800 ", Clover, %; 15 00 " M«*dow " .....,,v. w .,kiu,>. 15 00
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 1 September 1868
Hum Sohooi,.—The following enndidntes have been admitted to tho High School to fill vacancies. Tho nnmea have buen taken from the examination list, in accordance with the standing oftho applicant. Section. Name. Age. Average S. W. Wm. Miller, 15 0.99 " Jas. W. Millard, 15 0.80 Spr. Ella M. Tyson, 13 0.84 N. W. Mary E. Garst, > 13 6.81 8pr. Esther Whitman. 13 0.73 By order of the Board of Control. Jso. A. Stewaut, Principal.