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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

\ ATTEirTlOK, TAX-PA^BES:. , ¦4 LI< REAli ESTATE AND PjBRSONAri AOit/ Tajifg.foj; 18 ^iF°feJ e-W}A;to. .ln.» Trfarorer of tho city of R?ad%/ nnU* (ho >lr>i day of OctoberAfter tho firstdfty of, August fit >i pn ojnt. : »lll be addedto alt taxes renjaining .unpai d^. andanrt tto Bret fliy of QcUmer&ve V< t ciMt. additidnal will bo CharRedaiid thi'Duiilicot«« placed in the hands of dolle(it<!r», * »1j* Will proceeaAo collect Jihe «imo pnti| iho tblffl&^r«t. 3a> of December,. After the #nt pay of January * 1869,the Boplioatcsof B«al Estit*idxi»*\Mbi given to tho City Solicitor, who will cauie liens t<» be entered against all dellnquetits. .-• ¦-, ; . " The TreMurer BMlbMonnd ^urjogtho d . ay and eteninir, . at all . busmen fconrt, at ' oUSffiee in tbu City flaUi corner of-Jifthind ftSklto'*Ure»t»,

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

A/^ISITIKO CARDS. BUSINESS CARDS, i WEPDINO CARDS, kc, i . of all kinds, may be had at tho Eaolk Office Electrotypes furnished if desired. * i All cards will bo done in tho most beautiful:mannerand at the lowest ratos. . Apply at the Eagle Bookstore.

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

TNK! . INK! ! I?lK Jt| ' " , / ^ ' . Just received a large lpto( ,- ' vljiUOAnLIN k BU8HPIEl3'£ . /, , OeleWated Oheinloalteing Hu^ .' , • taQatrt/PinUndVraallc' ,bottle*., , ? Foriale obeam at tba EAGLE BOOK 6TORB. ;

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

; - —botoffonr hundred flud fifty soldiers stationed at 8ftckett's Hatlioronly nine are In fa»or of Ojfttlt for President;, , -^Anegrti fired into a dt filled witb |>assenger* near Raleigh; Nor th Carolina, the other day, bdtfqjiunately fctt no ono. —In UliejJj^ji* York, ten clnldren were lying deald^n^^ay recently Troin eating unripe fruit. ' . 1 —On Thursday, in Louisville, Kentucky, Micha;l Ryan shot' Benjamin KratK iti the back nith a carbine. He may recover. Ryan escaped. —Two grave-diggers tried to steal n corpse on Friday night, in Philadelphia, but they wero frightened off. ' ¦ •—Burglars stole tho chandelier in Mrs. Thompson'a parlor, in New York, on Saturday. Mra. lliompson aiterwardB, enlereil the'room with a lighted lamp, when an explosion of escapod gas shattered tho house and burned bcr seriously. —The wifo of James . MaeMahon wdk arrested in New York on Sunday for murdering her husband. ' . . —Uurglars stole $12,000 worth of cutlery on Saturday, in New York...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

, rnoM.wAsmr.uTo The RntllonlH «'liontlii«r "«<* tiavormiirul KioployroN. - Wasiiin«tos', Spnt. 1.— The Capitol employees pro beginning to Buffer from the indiscretion of accepting office under Radical masters. A contribution is levied on each omployeo in proportion to his salary "for campaign purposes," as' described by the paymaster, who at tho samo time informs flio unfortunate, - who ban no, resource but to submit, that the Nvholo amount will be paid if ho so desires, but tho paymaster does not forget to g ' ivo the employee a little lylmonitjpn, wJii6h Js that tho paymaster would personally ndviso him to pay tho per ceutago, ns it might cattso romark if he di.d not ' . ' $?tl tlie amount, whatever it ih , is deducted fromjlho wages of .the clerk, policeman, or wntchiiinn. The ratio is nbo ' ut one and ivlfnlf per cint. on tho yeml) salary, ami being deducted at ono payment, as was llio ease to-day ini ' one instaneo where $18 was withheld, it is especially onerou...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Kkep it boforo tho peoglo that tho Radicals aro directly responsible for tho^normoiiB debt ajnd.couBoquont heavy taxation under which tho ax-payers uro now suffering.. Keep it joforo the peoplo that tho national debt has c mstantly increased, under Hadical rule, ' during threo years ot ' profound peace, and that it will continue to increuso while the Radicalsrjjmain in powfer. >,BXl»HfMBEB Of THE ARMY. According to the figures of Rovcnue pommiasioner Wells, the oxponses of the army aloud, " from the time of Lee's surrender to tho 80th of June, 18G8, amounted, to .mnk llUKDHKl) AMD 8KVKNTKKN MU.MONB ONK ^ JIUH DBED yiNU BBVBNTHWtJHtOUSAND *ND FOBTTtiirkk Doi.t/ABS, or moro than three hundred million dollars a year I . , ¦ Tax-payers, how do you lik,o this expensive farco of military reconstruction ? Are you willing / to submit to it any longer ? If not, elect Seymour and Blair I < BEOISTR^TION IlTMitiwNJRI. i Tho force of registration now going on in Missouri, ' und...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

FOE -ASSEMBLY V\f H havo beon authorized to nnnounco tho T1 naino of MU'hiiFl AfrOiilloiitrU. of tho oity of HonditiR. as a candidate- for Assembly, Bubjectto tl|O decision of tlio Dcniocratio DelcKato Convontton, ^ , uug lOtt TO^ d0UKTY ~ q^MMisSI0NER ~ \S^E luvvo boon autborisod to announcb tho fl name ot William HYouni^, ifa a oondldnlo for County Cointnifsioncr, eubject to tho decision ol'tUo Dcmocrntio Dclcgato Convention, n-6-tf' FOIi GQUNTY A.UDITOH: ' WR IIAVKboon authorized to announce, tho TT name of Wii.i.iaii JI. Sam.adk ot'Ilorofor< rownship, as a candidatu for County Auditorsubject to tho decision of the noxt Democratic Dclo-Batn Convention. llerefunl, y lil|;ii«t^O, lS(iS.-td , ; FOE ^ DIREOTOR OF THE POOE^ 1 'VO THK VOTERS OF DKRKS C0UNTV.-I, 1 flip dil)8criberannounce mysolf ns a candidate for pireutor of tho Poorsubject to |ho dpciulon o tho Doniocrntlc DolcKnto rule. If nominated am eloctedmy wholo endeavor will bo- to haVo tho nme comluotcd in n humn...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT SGHIMEDER & FELIX, Wtvrorooui, ooritor 'Fifth .and Wnsliiugtca • . . utroots. MAmiFACTOHY, Mashinown siitm - IIMOW FIFTH. ' WHOhKSALE INI) UETAII.. r ' lMlK UNDEKSIUNKI) KKSI'KdTMU.Y-IN 1 vlto public Httontion to their splendidHwkcl Urst-olnss funuluro now nnd coii.stiintly.iiii but nnd made to order to suit customers. Among othor articlesc«pcalnl uttcnti >n It Invited to their nimirrmsscd EXTENSION TA11LES, " DRESSING IIUKEA17S, DINING ROOM CHAIRS, ' • CENTRE AND OTHER TABLES, BEDSTEADS 0PTHE LATEST STYLES, and cver . y .other nrljclo in their lino of tmrintr*. Kvcry.arlielcisinnnufacturcd by tli''ni?clvc»,lii their ml in Ira My arrmiKcd inifnufnctuiy, witb til most perfect inachliicry, -oiul skillful incclianlti, nnd finished in au uii.fiii-piis.icd manner. yllso prcpnrcd to oxecuie all orders fi(r CARVING,' ' ' ~ TURNING, '• ' SAWING, nnl K% K M r^ ^ b V ^ K mm ^^ * ^ I ' MOULDINGS. All.drdors promptly ojcoutod, nnd warrnntcd (j Bivo...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

THEATRE COMIQUE. -| \ ' ' • ¦ AulenWh'a Hall, W? and CiQ Ponn St. J. C. STEWART ^ - - I.Weo and Manager, THE FAMILY UESOBT OF ' HEADING. NEW KILL TO-NIGHT. ¦ , First week of , . • j MR. THOMAS MolNT'VUE. Firr 4 i time of ' ' • BARKUM'S LAST DODGE. ' 1 . • » '• . ... / , ' / Fir»t timc«o ' f the Laughable Skekii. BLINKS AND JINKS, and the ever popular , ' f ^ STEWART'S. MINSTRELS. ' J he largest and best show ever in Heading. Admifuiori 25 ccnt.i; Orch«tra seats 3") eenU. Children ]6et9. Doors open atTJ-i i curtain rises nt 8 o'clock. Don't forgo tit ho afternoon performance on Saturday nftornoOn at 2% o'clock, for Ladies and Children, on which occasion a ttumbcr of Dress Hi^iifwyU!? give" away . . • . :. ang 31 -H PENS AND PEN HOLDERS. A large var^ ety of different makes, for sals at tho^Kule' Booketore.

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

IADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS! LACES OP k\,\, KINDS, Real and Imitation, I3MBROH)$KIE8, • . ' .HOSIERV, ' I' - - " . : j : GLOVES, NOTIONS, &l, h( •'A full lino of ZEPHYRS; - l * A LA MODE CORSETS Gent's Furnishing Goods, v H. It. & A. 8. BOYilltt ¦ ¦ j-(Late Auchenbnch k Itro.) . •520 Penn Street. i ^ READING. s , July22-lmo, ' . ' ¦ •niCTIONARIKS. ! .' ¦ ' ¦ • -CT ¦ . Webster* ynabridacd 1 , '' ' ¦ " '' •; >Vobfter'i!AcBdcmie(R«r.'EdJ - : • . Webster'sHighBchool.mey. Bd.)|. • . Wjibstcr's Comrqon SonooJ" „, »ii.i> ,, ln ,,i Web» , ter' ? Primary, (Ker. WReldj' EnglUh DIetlnary, Worcester' * Comprehensive DioUonnry Worce«ter J 8 Bchool Dictio«i»r Adler'e-German and Englitb Dictionary, OehUchlager'8 Pronouncing Oerman Dictionary. For solo at the "KAOLK MOOKSTOBB.j iun28-tf.. 351 Penu Street, noarFewtn*

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

I I KAIMtl'AKTKUS l'OK / b ' ' 1 CAMPAIGN GOODS , r . f • 1. AT ' Tlllf UNION ..1RWELRY MANUl'WOTOHY AND BADGE DEPOT, - NO, Xi NOU'l'II Firi'II ST., (Next door to tbo Kven!n$Dispatch Oflicc.) 20,000 Campaign 'Badges I ' DUHOCIUTIC AND KKPinHilOAN. Direct from tho Eastern :in<l oll.crinamifnctoric?.-VMch we can sell at New Yorl prices, by thou-Xiiml, hundred or. dor.01). They nrc tholincstnfi-¦ sorlniout ever offered for fiilo 111 thu city of licadini?, lmvine over one hundred-different patterns, such as Medals, J'in^ fc ileevp }iuttons. Studs, Ac, GoolI Agents wanted—a good jxrcenlage «/• lowed 1 ! . • Our Itotnll prices tire from lOcenrsto?! 00. -I'er- 5 sons will do well to givo us a ca I , before plirchr.siic ulscwliero. , / . • '" SOCIETY IUDcisS, MAR CS AND PINS . of nil kind? made to order: ril.-o, jewelry of all doscrij>tions inado and repaired. Watches and Cbif-ks i>roncrly repaired. ' • uStf

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

TilK f Grand Jury of Veiiapgo ' county, sitting at Franklin, on Thursday found true bills ngaingt Wclde, Miller, Shoppcry, and Gcigcr, ' tho four parlies arrested by officers Haguo nnd McKelvy, of PittsbuiK.eharged with being concerned in the great Honn . eholl' robbery. Officers league and McKelvy were * ir tcsent and tcstjfied^jerore the Grand «hiry, t is not known whether the'trial, will come up nt this term of couH-ior not. 5 The bill against tho six parties arrested by the Deputy Sheriff and olBccrs of Venango county, about a week, ago)f !ias been ignored by the Grand Jury, arid, it is ' said, the parties-im--prisoned tire about to institute suit against the officers for false imprisonment. -^•Souio Radical writer hns had the impudence to alter tho definitions of tho words "constitution," ! "congress" nnd "compact," iti n lato edition of Noah Webster ' ji Die 1 tionary. A Rnxlical is i\ lilting tool for any act of meanness. —James Donahoo app lied for a divorce on Friday ni...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

A I.HKUT HITTKK, TMACHKR 01' MUSIC, Will n'-uine iiiHlruetlono, Alondiiy, KoptiMitboi i'lh. ' jius .'',l-(if J f jillK HOWE SEW1NU JIAplUNE. TilK IlKSTVAM1I.Y SKWhXU MACJl/NK JN TUN- WOIU.I). Tho only Fewhit,' MnrliiiiG made tlmt will sow eveiylbini; a I' uiiilly nouda with entire fiitixlactioh to tlio operator. , Itsflun. j , Ih'iiih, fulU,KiitHci.-i ,nilllo^,U\tki>,iiuiHs, eunl?, braids and hind*. - I • It *e\v;< the finest rubrics without injuring.the ntuir, mill tho heaviest mati'iiulx with the uroali'.^t eiisie, even gomts of Hiioh liiiokne^ tin cannot bo forced under the preswer foot of the Singer or Urover & linker Mneliiiiofl. It news with tl/v coarsest patent thread as well :u the linestHllk. ' It miikcH the most perfect Lock Stitch of nny machine luiiuufacturiid. It uses a Hitter necdlo with the fame lliri-ad tlinn any dther niachino inndo.. ' It hns a non-vnriablo tension in tlio shuttle, ami tho Ituturu Tvtvtioit, l' or llio upper thread, ia n...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

rilllk UKA»IN<1 VltlV. INHHUANt T. AN1> 1 TUVST 1'OBIl'AN Y OV IU'.nUN CO. Oiuianukd Jut.y. 18C7. Caimtai, SIW.OOO.OO. Ojiice Heading Inmrancn IluihUMu,-Aiu\9 North ¦ Fifth ktriel. S. E. l\mieruf (\jurt tired. Oflico hours fr.om 8 a. m. to 8 r. u. l , • BIIIKCTOIIH: i ' .T, Priiutln Jones, ¦ .tames McKnight, llonry A. Vnn lleed ilucob iShntl' ncr, J.T. JnekFon. 1). K. Btout, Jonas iShnlter, I) .1.'(. Valentine, (] oruo Itiotcr. This Gompanj' i JBiircs all kinds of property niciliiht loss or (Uimi go by flreatrntes na low tm any other relinbloOfAup: nyand upon ovcrypbin Known to Slock Insuranco Companies, '• l'orpotuul l'oliiucs isaued requiring no rcnowal nnd upon which tho ^inount of premium, paid »S«n be reclaimed nt any timo, less a deduction of five pof- cent.' Tho ndvnntiiirod of this li'icthod uro worthfof tlio attention ot furmora nnd others having fl _rst-cla?3 dwcllliifT houses', barns nnd other ill iimt •juimui^n, h VI uuilililj, IK} UVIII5 II1U UllVfll...

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

NF.W ^DVERTIHEMEXTS. Gas and | Steam Fitting! EDWARD SO0LL, ; NO. 10, SOUTH PIFl'H STHKRT, B>X1S LBAVK TO ANNOUNCE TO THE CITIlcnsof Kendlnsan4 vicinity, that ho attends PLUMMNU. GAS AN1> STEAM FITTINO,. ' . At short notice. Allwork<lone,*uaran»eed. None but the best workmen t>ni ployed. • ' .' Alsp. a lot of nrst-eU&i Chandelier*. Brackets, KaiiR ' es Hath Tubs, Water Closet. * 2>ptcot«, Ac,, alnaj-s on hand and for rale lit the lowest prieti. Afharo of tho public patronago is respectfully ftolirltcd. • • ' - Juno24-3m __ KI>\VARD SCIH.1.. A IiAKOK LOT OP ~ " Domestic and Imported •'; WOOLEN AND CO'lTON KNITl'lNQ YARNS, ^ ^1A7> ZEPHYRS. "' Forsalocbcap.nt ¦ B. DREYFOOS', ' 70S Fenn Strcot above 8ev«utb, • ¦ aiier, iSv'-n" , •

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

Undkr Democratic. rule, tho National Debt war.seventy million dollars. Under Radical rule the debt increased to four thousand million dollars I ^ Skvmovh supports tho. Constitution of the United Statos, as made by Jefferson jjQrjlnt supports tbo nogro-cquality constitutions, m made by tho Southern carpet -biiggerB. TiibWob of a citizen of the American Ropublib aro double tho amount paid by a citizen of the French Kinpire. So much for Radical rulo. Lot us mako a change Pomeroy nays j "Show mothqeo RadicaiB, and Itvill show you two,knaves and an idiot. " '. 'Briok" is right. To supporUhe tnoosures of the Radical Iiainista, a man must truly be' an idiot or a knave. . f . What has becomo ijf tho fourteen hundred million dollars which tho peoplo havo paid in tho way. of taxes sincoj the close of tjto war ? The Radicals ' took ohargo of. it; wliatjlavo they done with this vast amount of money? The people demand an answer I

Publication Title: Reading Eagle
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

•' .: ?' ' .; jfjjUj T b BTrT""^^ jy|ONEY WAKTRnr" 7 " MONEY WANTED! BY T^tK CITY OF RKADl^a The undesigned, (N>mii!l tt*e <m Fimn.. ( \ CoMH>r»tlon of the W ot Rwditijt, h^iL ll4 ' •u ^ thoriied to borrow the «uia of Mnt ^a 8EVENTY,FIVK TUOUSAND noiu for the t>urj>ose-of enlarging the W»i«» u- > A the laid eltyrherehy Rive notU ihit'KVV " pared to t5sue O«rttac*tc« of Loan. bewinJ * ,V"- cent, interest, to l^rties do.«jripg to W n u», r,'"" he olt>\ A|>ply to cither oft Ke unicrS.n^'^ "' Willlim H«idenrclch. Km» City'rre,VS**^ cr '• . A DANIKUM|Vl Ik bANIKL«r __^ „ <km»L««««»«Bt' n« DWELLING: HOUSE WASTED A CONVENIENT DWKLLlNfl nol<R . wanted wSthln n rewonnbto dhi»n>v,iri> " n«d Fiftli street*between OiU timo atul \lAl* ofOotoWf. by (vnnall latuily. A*ply " l ,V. »!« t5i oftha tf BAIU-»au L ' ^-* WAXTKD.-An nctlvo m»n, with a »hi»nv, tajk n» partner in n llrjlwlnw Kwlauram lri ' city. Forpiutic...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

DISSOLUTION OV PAHTNKHN1I1P .-\oiicoi» hereby given that tho partnerehip lately existinc bct« con Israel K. Hitter nnd Uenuovillo DerMoUo of ltcndintrPa.under tho flrin of Rittcr & Uctlolette, 1'iulcrtakers\t;\j diwotvo j on tlio a)|li doy of Ausus^'lSW, by mutual coWnt. All debts owinK to tho saidpartnership nro to bo received by A. K. Stauller. Ksij., No 521 Court street , MeadiiiKand nil demands on the said partnership aro to bo prciontud to him for pavmont* , . TSUAHIW.Rl'1'TKU. ^ - 1 JJ-JlBIH'oUaTK. The InwincM will bo rontmuod at(l |o>nmo plnoo, No. 2>J North 1' ifUi stroot, by tlio uuderJiRneif who is prepared, at the Mioi'testnotiee .tonitend tiinernln in either city orcountry. ' K . iei>l2-3l ' II. nEllTOLEfl'M. Cl AliXION.—Soino pewm hnving ' stolen niy 'Day-bonk from my ehop, all persons aro cnutiono'd not to pay any bills made out nnd presented to thum, exoeiitini f by my>olf. X llENHY tJOODMAN. M'heelwriglit, au;;:il-tf . ¦ ! 71S ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS - —4 —: . AFBICA TAKKW MY THK (OLORK1 TaOOlNiI Rrpnpllrnu Vlclory in Vermont. Mokti'Eueu, Vt., Sept. 1.—Tho clectioo has resulted in a Republican victory, ns was expected. The Radicals worked hard ns beavers, spent money without stint, nnd it is asserted that hundreds of voters wore colonized from adjoining States. . y , The Republican majority is said to be infCreased over last year's 'vote. I. The Senate, it is supposed, will be unanimously Republican, with, a largo Republican majority, ns heretofore, in the House. Pag ' e,Radical candidate for Governor,will probably have 25,000 majority ovo/lSdwnrds, Democrat—some estimate it at 27,000. The Democrats madefa gallant fight, and bear their defcaUgoncralfowith good nature.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 2 September 1868

j OST—tasl cvcniuKj arMId"« Uoiri Nkckj-acB. IM'liberal IronarJ will bo ' gWiu if. rcturmxl to N> MtKlu»gircct. '' ' __ ' icpt2-H* f^OVRTU WAHI>.-Thc Dcm^' r ' wyoTFourth .V W rttd aro r«n««t«d to ine«t at the tmbliShous©' of Amos S. Kftcrlv, iMxth street, on TRftjRJay et«- iiintf. atV3a oVUvk.'f.ir the purpose i>f ripmlnnting delegates to bo voted Tor on Kiturdsy. '^cpt. 5(b, ISiW ^ , ^ - ^ ^ eci>t2-2t O'AI.K O»fIIoii8E».-0ri KaturJnTnOcrnomK (oSepteiabcr utli, at 2 o rlocM I now bru-k hou.-'cs will Ito offered for sale, nt tho Kcyxtono Htiii^o; 3 being on lVplar alloy, and 1 on Ninth street, between Uiittonwood and Oreen. i *epl2-lt* p HAND B A L I, / ":" r * This evening, Sei't. ' £, at tbo M IUTAKY CrAllDEN A FKEK LANI0AN ON r |fllK OLD , STYLE! I; Tlio public in general is invited. Good music in attendance. „ senti-lt

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