Reading daily eagle. (Reading, Pa.) 1868-1883, September 01, 1868, Image 2

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Pliitclaitkre;gee t • every Democratic
„ vatic in your telOthothOod ii, assesurd
iduitgdtataly. 'ltire 'Must get out every vote
Shia ttme, and glvo ,Ratlicellika a btowvthat
will s knock it, airently shaking fabric tato
triiguients 0041' esti never be
Tau DisliiTlCh Lk* hen been deelaredvn.
' conititntional.. , Norimtt - need lose hie vote,
, as hvelothris # heenuso he _ties unwilling tab°
led to the ihatublis by the 8044,14 petal.
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er. Grant ' lieuttnubo "cOtit
no num:keep you' from tho . polls on ,account
► of lone tellsa)tq
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ATVS? LIVITati I -41 4 110fiatik ttep#6liii
are Cit 04110,41 Okisi4,OPo 3l /01 1 1111 4 ".
, ins Demneritio omilters . responsiblal t or
words 'the) never, 11111446 tookoni for tkein;
Democrats * , , and caution your tieiglakfra
against, them. Believe no Dentoeratic
'speech to he genoinegniess ydu See it pub.
. lishetl in s Democratic newspaper': of receiver
1 it froua'n source you lido* to he reliable. , ••
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MOlll GOLD POD TOM' EVDOPSAN BO o•
HOEDVBIL—The specie - ahipmenti' from w
York for Europe, during the week ending
on Elateeday list, arnonnted to $458,032,
making w' total 0(404,20,228 tram , tat
Janusey to date, $814454 1. 793 daring
the 'corresiondlog seism% left o
matter, the hottdholiteremnat have gold l eed
the termer* mast pay the . for a
bomoorbtlo government, and ONO oPanittOY
Yoh 10M. ' ' . '
Tpe Uitysisi claimiThad, fitereni as a
Catholic, because he watbaptised bet'Qt4 liie
death. by a elatee of. ObllritY Aft*,
AbroAain claims Mtn, as a Ilaptist, h'ealinse
he waled the Baptiste "hrethreno
There is n 0 proof that he was seythiat bite,
hut wafer at rel!gieti, until he, was
anal tato sAleidiebed repentroace. Let the
dead man refit : --bb was no credit to ani
chetah, skid we Wonder , that an,r clearch
wishento'claita Mat. " - '
Tag "Aer Arad* stab* tier tie
Perms lof Serb' cooly Opposed the &is.
mon gaol ',Wm. We deny got essegilotk4
.. The Iterho ono, Onotiesi !Wow' . du, 1
system of potties Clenimo /lambs out el
,> "WPM POOkeilisi Willit ssebOlivelp
? t t yiedeetty 'Wesel, Aad . I* .te he
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The. 11 ,40iMeit1 1,.. to\PO.
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• ,o4oOleystite.'' • • stteept et NikeditA
01410!i1 I* thesepee. Woittliet.bt
. ibtimtimi• • out eommoo 'oboe)" sot**
iisishy it to the , Vermont isrpet.holter,
' Thd. Sirens/ win .be iri yain• , fiet% W4 1 f
,orlipleeted the systeeil l years hOre' half.
Stowe was elected to the Roush.
liimili.4lllmanuitimisi
The Nl4oels, whose trible theory that
eAok illtOtb? POod•lettiolev moult bent& our
mallet 1100 AlSOYdde•toratted, our peoOle
4141451, 14 . 49 04 " for the, gra;
teeteher of thrilhOet out country.
; 10 Piewait OJAI 404 ea*sod steuql,
'aseetto:erlo , 94t41401 Itithr
;other ;
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orpaimaitt,
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- lie armada hi" . fsicriir of sew [equality
and amllitacotical. sti) pupa itt the South
eire fitato step k=idistinSioas
of race color tiirey*ilisotited.
ill" I V I •00 1 " 4 PO'
'W44 I • ll* l llolrepoo .4ttlika *de of
the Welk it may not be long before toter.
Marrieget sad cpmplete espiality will be act i
taally forced upon the people of Loahtiaim.'
The Rouse has passed a bill prohibiting
any *lndio* on acootinfof color or pre
vious condition on routes of travel, places of
•enteitiffithetit of public ment.. 'The folloi.
ins are 'portions snubs bill c ' •
AeCtiOn 2. It shall be untawfill foc Any
Vontidi- *moon dOintrianding Any stonier,
sagv'estel or water eialt plying iiirtbis
State, tomike, any distinction on board of
any of the . 'e.l6ve mentinned vessels or re
tone. scoolnesodationi on account of race or
color.
Section 2, '• It shall too unlawful for any
person , or pawns conducting or controlling
any railioidcompany, stage line or vehicle,
to make any distinonon or refuse accommo
dation to any person or persons on account
of taco dr,coloy.
, • Any person or persons vio
leting t revisions . of this act in connec
tion Die *ha be tinedpot less than $lOO
and not exceeding $5OO, ecoverable before
any copripetent tribunal in this State or im
prisoninont not less than three months, and
not exceeding ono year. •
Section 6. All acts, penis of acts and or •
dinenees in force intliiel3tatecontrary to the
provisibnio of this net are hereby repealed.
Section 6. This act shall go , into effect
from And after its passage.
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There area few Republican. .newspapers
in this,fitate which cause ; their. party much
uneasiness by their determination to tell the
truth occasionally. One of the most iduen•
dal olthese journals is tho Harrisburg's ate
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Guard, which dis ourses as follows: (
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"There. ifii t , wing .in this city, Pro •
fesaing to ::. '; b ans, wholtere compel
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ti in open , ~ io carry back td Me
Treasury I , i vi t, which they unlawfully
and dhlhOlintir l'eW Iher4ftolll, AND motto
Wittig OVERWHELMINGLY CONVICTED IN THE
FACE OF TILE LEGIBLATEBE OW SNEAKING TO
TIIE Chutes visa OF THWylfouse OF RIMM.
'NNTATiVita t TURRId TO All/TRK TON 110151,1141 -IN
AN OFFIOTAL DOOUURNTI" „ : ,
The State Guard ought to know all Rhea
_the tnatter, and no 'doubt it tells the truth.
Bit it is rather bard on the Radical party
to ventilate such ugly facts.
The people should put a stop to puch.ras=
ealltyoiy, electing
,none but honest Demo
eratS to' the Legislative this year.
TEI d EOUPRIC NEWS.
Prep'dent Johnson on the Tennenten
Hon. John C. Burch and Col. L. C. liurCh
were recently appointed &delegation by the
conservatives* of ylennessee, to visit,the ,
I sident and lay before hint the situutien'
o'nffetriiin that State.. Mr. '3. C. Burch
iisitiuntble to leave hie home . , and therefore
delegated his pOwers to Oolonel
_David
Looney, of Kentucky., The President.r&
rayed the delegation' to recent orders as the
limit of executive.power in the matter, 'but
assured them that every Oeane authorized
by the Constitution and the Jews would be
need to secure thelreedent ` j of the . allat, in
Tennot and other . Southern Stet s, with.
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out in to in terference by Federal or State troops.
The ,President took the grpund that the
Coit
nitiiution forbids to any of the States ,
standinga army of. paid soldiers; that militia
:ditty is incumbent upon every altizen; who
,ceti only be exempted from 'it by the pity
meat of a fine, or by providing a substitute;
:that the militia is an emergency force subject
'.O be called from the plow , or the loom at
any moment, and from which no citizen can
escape i but that a standing luny of paid
droops in any State is repugnant to the .Cone•
atitution, and to the spirit of our institutions.
- ;Every constitutional power of the Executiie
zwillibe used to prevent the organization of
standing armies of paid troops in any State,
'unless under and controlled 'by Federal
authority.
. The' ?resident - during this prolonged, in- -
tervle* prothiced'and read from the "melts
the parts of the Constitution and the several
laws on the subject in support of his posi
tion, that no - State can maintain a standing
army - of Paid seldiers. The law of 1865, ho
l4ee/aro, was conclusive on the sable& It
disl4mded and forbid the reorganization of
ihe Militia or volunteer forces of the South
traltates.
11 4 4 - rieektent; in obis 4onveksat,ion with
the 'delegation, expressed himself in favor
of the .eleciion of
,Seymour and Blair.
Piretrro Contain, Angnat 9th, via Havana
August 29th:--This city is still held by the
adhl9lll4, 9f Hershel, Falcon, the \ deposed
Preekteilt of Venezuela: • (letterel ifootOts t
the present Chief Hsebative with a force_kif
ia l io
:2000 men, whom hrought'from Caramel;
commenced Abe. kon this city on the
fithineL le Orr 4t s eixtbraces only 5,00
Wien MAW have t e.ediantige of elovon
hostiteitt • n piniition:' The fighting has
icon eed up to AA pi•olint• tithe. • The 'de
genders f)1 1 the 'city ere aided by 4 theiwnr
. e l ls *liver end
,/sfassaioxi, whiCh are
, - .114 • gi leafy fire into the assaulting
mop. no adds seem to be , againot MOIIIV
tat o and the attack dill, rehably provo
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Ital WORirliyi . NOPIA -1 # Fererwo
,ta
theiatrilte la illar; coal region,
th e pewompeo
of lleisjildll wady stats ai the tamers
are f . litbrkise' Si -- aii , the col letiee An tlm
t3elMyypill regloaiesespi ane or two, hero
there is lon* dl a pnte,Na Id *element of the
advance 'asked, ~Tin work the a stall time
of ten Moors, With 'ari adfaaho of wages va
rying lima .ten to fifteen per canto's at
some collieries• the rates wpre lower thap at
*WA. .Wages are now' morit equalized
'throughout thi PAhie. ...The:pude is aoirla
i t lter:lo ri arir fill.,,blrngiona *bete
Aiwages of farm labor in. CanadN.near
*ll u)s line; are tram $l4 to' $l6 per
1;. 1.9 , MOnthar, pa ,
Si gusAls a d llaymg time;
OWLS, ikOk Y ; common
/4000 11. It to 80 . 0 quist 10, IPX I 4 Mochinio
OW 060, ~'Tha i di copse, is }dpi, lo g old
,ctrits eijuivaleut. • _. • ,
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IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. !
Troubles—lie. will 'Support
tiejanowe and 'Blair. _
Xy the Cabs Cable.
TEGEGRA.PHIO, futiThugy
., ~• • - iru l tormy, ttepc
lir reduced tariff of cleirges foimevieges
(*.Oho Atlantic cable goee)nto effect to
daY,,) From Philadellibia to any pbiut in the
',United Kingdom the shaige la $l7 815(gold),
for 'the first tent words not exceeding fifty
letters; and $1 72 (gold), for each additional
word, of five letters. ,
tolfaVll
AIX/1.
':.Gen. Meade is In Philadelphia on a short
visit to his family., ' < I
, Dr. Jelin R. Reading, of the Twenty-third
Ward of PhiladelphiaAas been noMinated
by the pc:inmate for Co,ngress, in the Fi ft h
District of tills Stain. 'Washington Town
send has beeix nominated by the Republi
cans, and Robert Monaghan by the De-
Mocrats' in th 6 Seventh Congressional
•
The ClOveru 4
di of South Carolina has is-,
sued a proclamation, stating that ho will use
all his authority to keep the peace' in that
State, and cOling npon all citizens to pro
servo the peace.
!rhospeeches of the,' colored members' of
the Georgia Tiigislatu're, upon iho political
situation, continue. Tho Senate has p* . siiid,
.ai resolution authorizing the Governiiii4
a4ppreas armed organizations in the gate.'
Two men were killed An'Cineinnati,yester•
day, by a building falling upon them.
Two boys were killed by a railway, train at
Boston, on Sunday.
• The rolling Stock 4 Richmond,, of the
Virginia ind, Tennessee Railroad,
.has b oon
seize& for debt, but the running of the
trains is not interfered with.
At Cloderich, Canada,,a . hotol'and several
Athol. buildings were burned on Saturday.
Though,* ale aril's intervention, two
American sailors; geld in custody in Cabs,
have been released. ' -
The ; Washington Schtitzenfe4 began
yesterday;., was attended by a large
concourse of oboplo.
LoricMonek is to remain some time long
.er in Canatia as Governor General.
Saturday an inquest was held in a
private lying-in hospital in' Naw York, on'
the body ofayoung girl named fatten, when
it transpired that here were, over twenty.
four females in the institution and evidence
was given showing that all infants born
here' were' iven away to unknown parties.
In tloxne of the rooms of the house wore die
beds., It a brivate concern, carried on by
a Doetot Gundie and his wife, are now
in Wisconsin. A Student examined, said
the doctor informed him that the place was
patronized mostly by married ladies 4. The
evidence relative to the girl fatten was the
usual unfortunate history of seduction, de
sertion, &6. •
-=The lion dim, on Saturday, l in the
course °fad interview with a Conservative
delegation °Wein Tennessee,,; stated that
every constitutional moans would .he taken
to secure the freedom of thetallbt ' in' The
South; that every constitntional,pOWer of
the Executive would be Ailed' to prevent, the
organization of standing arinies an any,State,
unless under the Federal authority and that
he was in favor o'f.the . election- of Sedmour
and Blair.
—Three fashionable houses in New York,
mainl# occupied by Indies, Ivor° cleaned out
by the pollee on Saturdty. Some fifty
females were, arreafed,, a i d a New York
detective was al `found in ono of the
rooms. •
—At the New Y rk Navy Yard, on Satur
day, the following:' gunboats were sold:
Augusta for $209,000,' to Mr. Bradley, a
Boston merchant. , Tallahassee for $24,500,
and the Don for $lB,OOO, to New York
parties. They w,ere sold Without any advance
or outfit, and the prices were considered
below their value. . .
young girl named Mary Ann,Mussel.
man, who was kill gd on Thursday, night by
being run over by tlre Hudson River car 4 nt
Peekskill, N. Y.,
,proved• to have bden
violated by two men and loft on the track in
an insensible state. The villains aro i nt
large. ,
• —ln Philadelphia, on' Sunday morning,
three men attacked the wife of John O'Shea.
O'Shea interfered, when the ruffians kicked
him to death. About the same time three
men were shot and badly wounded in a fight
in a house of ill-fame in the Northern part
of the city.
—Gen. Romans is still in Washingfo l u,
and on Saturday bad an interview with the
President. The General,writes that he alone
is responsible for the 'recent mission to
White Sulphur Springs, Virginia.
—Gan; Grant was in Chicago on Sidurday,
and contemPlated h month's visit ~to his
home Ml:Wens, Illinois, •
—The Louisiana, House of' Repnesen-tia
tives has passed hill prohibiting ilistiiih
tions on account of color on routes of travel
,or places of entertainment, 'under penalty of
fine os itnpriaonment.
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. 4 —The olored members of the Georgia'
Legislature are asserting stheir right 'to
Make speed:telt, 'and lwentY : severt of them
in the Aouse are to speak in regular sue!'
cession upon the issues of the day. •
—The Southern Republicans are reported
to be still . making efforts to Secure a Septem
•.b,cy session of Congress. / ..• • •
—The CanadiangoveinuAnt, to ! - prevent
the spread of ;thetattle plague, has prohibi;
ted the importatieh' or horned cattle from
the United States into,CTada.
Commissioner is to be sent from
+Canada to Waphington to negptiate a new
teeiproeity treaty. .
A forceof seven hundred men has been
sent in pursuit of the Indians who are coat
mittlts outrages between liensat and Colo
rado. More Indian mule-stehlink and mail
condi robberies aro 'reported.
Fen iau Conven ti en i 4 still in i sessi on.
in New Tolle, huthai, not yet/, succeeded in
requiting the I)retherkeed. _
Chinese 41 4 13 4 5#y were at Chelsea, •
Massachusetts, a,snhorh of Boston, on So:
turday, -, and will vistt ChAr/cstoWny mother suburb, Monday,. ,f.
• '
—A fire at Guayeguit on August, 6th - de
stroyed thirty-five dWellings and much ofhp.?
property.
, —The American „stetraship Coustsutinn,
,Of !Mika, has been f riteeked near Vancouver's
Island. r •
•
—istortk Peru i ii is reported that the United
States 'offer' of mediation in the wet with
Spain, is likely to: be adopted:
Woodtudes, of Eikview, Chester
county, aged sevanty'years,
.was badly hurt
on Tuesday by bein t g tossel by a bull.
NEWS ITEMS.
SSW ADVBIRTIS
jact&L NOTICS.—A Special lideiding of
bloat fle : No. 8. idasonie Ladle& will be
e,4 tb-Sg•rro Wed serdszipfteraoon, it 2 O'clock;
st their al l. Tenth slot Penn !streets ; to Inaba
arrentementsto attend the funeral Of Sister DERR:
Ily order OA, Wt._
rept talt* % lthillSODA YEAGER. R. 8.
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CAirrung.--Some verso* Willa stolen my
Day-book ftOm my shop, all „Romani are eau.
‘tloned not lay ally bins made out and prpsente4
to them, exc. tint 1), mysblL
Nllt),Wheolwrjght.
' .718 Franklin Street.
ing 31-tt
WARD.—A meeting of the Sixth Wahl
DemoOratie Club will bo held at Lauer's Park.on
Tuesday evening, September Ist, at
As there will be speaking on the deeakion, the pub
lic are invited toattend. ordetof
DANIEL, SWUM', President.
• J, L. Rim, Seey, • .. aug 3V'2l
QE se CO at N iv D e
MWiAnRnsD o —Th
oe D e e c m on r r _Wa nd
i C y o " n < -
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Reading, will meet at Jacob Wenttel's saloon,
South Ninth street. on to-morrow (Mtge& Sept.
let, for the purpose of nominating three peon as
as
delegates to ho voted for at the eleotion on Satur
day next. Punctual attolutance is desired.
nug 31-2 t HENRI President.
THIRD WARD. • '
?limn Democrats of Third Ward are requested to
I. meet at the publin house of Frank Orin!.
((Tenth and Penn streets) on . IYodnesday , evening,
bold.. 2, 10, at 734 o'eloelei for the purpose of
nothinating Delegates to be voted for on Saturday,
Sept. 5, 1808. H. N. NAGL rd E, -
Prest.,;kl Wa Club. ' •
0, Srcur,. Seey.• , aug 313-t
FIRST WARD.
fPlliil Democracy of First Wart . ' will meet to-mor
row (Tuesday) eveninsk i nt the Packerack Ho
w of Jacob Conrad, at IA o'clock, for the tut
pose of selecting Delegntes to ho voted for on Sat
urday. Sept. sth. • nog 3124
ATTRACTIQNS I
kfi
, GIIIgAT ATTRACTIONAIt
AT MARSDORPS VARIETIES.
Re•appenranco 'of Master Jargons , the grest
Female Personator and Comejljtth. together with
Mr. Milos. the groat Comitkue Vocalist. Also Miss
Rosa Smith, and We Brooks Path HY. Como early
toseeure seats. Cool lager on hand, i ,
ALBERT RITTER,
. TVAC_IIER OF MUSIC,
•
Will rostnno instiwotiona, Monday, 1 September
7th, auft3l-6t*
THE 1101VE SEWING MACIONE.
THE BEST PAW); y sElytiya M4OIIINR IN
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The only SeWing Machine made flint will sow
everything a Ahmily needs with entire'satinthetion
to the operator.
It seams. hems, fells, gathers, ruffles, tucks, quilts,
cords, braids nod binds. • • .
It sews the finest fabrics without. injuring the
stuff, lind the heaviest materials with the greatest:
easid even Roeof 'suit thickness cannot be
forded under the p resser foot of the Singer or (hov
er linker Mach nos. ,
It sews with the , coarsest phtent thread 1181411 as
the finest silk. , • • •
i It makes the Most perfect lieek Stitch of any Ma
'chine manufactured.
• It uses a liner doodle with the same thread than
any other machine made.
It has a non-variable tension in the shuttle, ' and
the Rotary
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the for the upper thread, is not
etontfe(l by any other make.
itis th e simples mles ma — ano in eo nstim
etroh—and
for that reason more easily learned to operate and
loss liable to got odd order.
It received the highoStprize 4t the Wo'rld's Fair.
London, 1801 ; and the (hand Uold Medal rover
eighty-two competitors,. at the. 11xposlion lluiver
solle, Paris, 1801,and its inventor erea lid a Knight
of the Legion oHonor. • ~,
All personsdesiring Sewing MachindS will do well
by examining the Howe before purchasing else
whoro. .
°Oleo No. 10 North Sixth street._ neat Bushimg's
Bank, Rending, Pa. D. 11. jIRKR, Agent.
All kinds of stitchlng s tueking, braidlng apd Ford
ing done to order. -
. : Always on hand, machine Oils, needles, thread
and silks.. 1 aug3l-tf
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r MILE READO NO LIRE INSIILIOADIVIVAPID ,
I 'T,BIIIBT tOMPAIVY OF mEgius Co.
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0110AttikED JULY, 1867. APITAL.IS°.°").
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Ogee Reading insurance Building, Ni).lo North
Nth street, S. R. Cbrner a! Court erect. •
oMoo hours from 8 A. U. to 8 P. 1.1.
DIRROORW
J. Pringle Jones. J
• ames Me'Night.
Henry 74 Van Reed; , • Jacob 8 after.
J4l. Jaolceon, D. E. St. ut.
Jonas Shatter, J. T. Va entino. -
George Rimer.
This Company inures all ki
against loss or (image by fire at 11
other reliable Company and upon e
to Stook Insurance Companies,
Perpetual Policies issued requi
and upon which the amount of 'p
be reclaimed at any time, less a
per cent. The advantages of t
worthy of the,attention of forwent
lag first - class dwelling houses,
buildings, in town or country. as
eat and safest. "
Policies for one, two, three, fivo
for less than one year, issued and
for Policy and survey when rime
suratices rare transferred fromeo4
Tho citizens of Beading and V
dependent mainly upon foroigrr
now the privilego of effecting the'
home institution, well organise&
p,sid in and guaranteed capita
strong a basis of security as that of
patty. The advantago of doing
with the Company and the import
some portiortbf the largo sums pa
in circulation at hone will ho ap
J. PRINOLE JONES,
JAMES MoKNIGIIT, '
S. E. ANCONA, 660'y and TIM.
IiMADQUARTEIO4 FOR
CAMPAIGN (
AT 'FILE
UNION JF,WEIIRY
BAIiGE 1)E
NO. 14 NORTH FIFTH ST.,
(Next door to the livening piiooteh Office.)
20,000 Campaign Badges
DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN,"
Direct from the Eastern and . oth'ormanufactoyles,
which we can sell at New-York f prices. by nor
sand, hundred or dozen. they are the Anest as
sortment ever offered for sato in rho city of Read
ing having over one hundred different patterns,
sueit as Medals, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, dm.
.
Good Agents wanted—a cooci p ercentage 01-
kw . i
Our Retail prieestare fro 10 cents to 84 00., Per
sons will do well to t give uta cal before ptirohca
ng elsewhere. .
SOCIETY BAKES; MARES AND PINS
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of all kind? made to order: also,
scriptione made and yeyaire
Clocks properly repaired.
DR. EUGENE 801112RNINW8 .1
CELEBRATE!) WWEDISIU BITTERB'
Ore with certainty all epionie deraniremenjs of
the f,Lyer, Storekkell oust Kiiipeys.'is the pipet Vow
erfut Tonle 61the DiXestlve„ Muscular and Ner
vous Sysoui' and.the most Seljahle• preseryntive
axelost 40.4.1e4s of Foyer. Dysealory. uud info
toui Diseaig, especially vatted Meters; Typhoid
atoi t ylw /fear. Propyr, cep a bottle. Six
for or sale at, the ' ookstore
• R. 'ITER tiO.,
rt repo Street.
QTRATED OR STOLEN—from tho, prorni t
kisos of the subscriber, ib Masatawny township, a
deg between i and 8 months old, <severed with dark
and white sots. Ibis of a greyish color, His ears
are' clipped .' He had on a strap with 4 ring and a
c silyer plate, and any pirson retarnlng•him to the
subscriber or giving informationias to his wherea
bouts, shall be well Data.
au g 31-It • DAViingUTZ.
de of property
to as low an any
Voiry 'Ann known
ring no renewal
omium paid can
'Auction of five
go method aro
• and °there hay
I.arna and other
',Aug tho cheap-
IT more years, or
Inu ohargo made
Nred or when in
dher companies,
6iloinity, hitherto
companies, have
i• insurances in a
with an adeuunto
, presenting as
f any other emu
-I?usiness directly
anco of keeping
d for insurances,
reciated by all„
!resident.
ice President,
fjunolo-tf
OOPS!
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UPACTORI.
AND
POT,
°web'' , of all do
. Watches and
a Btt
.~ , ~~.~~..cn.,.ari.sAst#t~~kl
WSW .ADVICRTIOEMENTS.
ifiEttißkC - 4* - aii -----7
, ~ ( • •
Aitenbaii's 1101. ,606:10u1 610 its
. ,
J. C. STEWAIIT. Leilise Mitiatet
THE' FAMILY' RESORT. OF READING
•
NEW BMA TO-NIGEIL
First Nrcek.of
MR. .TEIOMAS MeINTYRE.
(4. 5.
First time Of • • ,
11AliNUNS LAST trQl)Gli.
Firetpme of iho Laughable Sketch.
BLINKS' AND , JINNS I
kwrialho ever popylur
•
1 ). '
STEWART'S MINSTRELS.
'he largest anti best show -ever in . Reading
Admission . 111 cents . ; Orchestra.sealsj3s cents.
Childrenlsets.. Doors open at73.i; curtain rises
at tto'olock. •
Don't forgot the afternoon porfortnanee on Sat:-
urday afternoon at 234 o'clock, for Ladios and
Children, on which occasion a number of Weft
Patterns will ho given away. aus 31-1 t ,
WANTED.—Wanted innuediatelyot the
Harrisburg Stove Works, Six
,Sfove
•
•
MrANTED.—A. geed girl, well recominended,
VV at No. Yu North pith St. • ang. 28-tf.
A LAUGH LOT OF , • -
• . • • . _ •. ,
• Domestic and Inamiled .
IVOOLEN • AND CO'!7ON KNITTING
YARNS,
A A r D ZINWIRS,
For sale cheap at
B, DREY.FOOI3', •
) 705 Fenn Street above (Seventh.
nug. `41.2w .
IAISSOLVTION 0 PAILTNia I IP,—
.I.fiNotiee is hereby given that the, partnership
lately, existing betwee it y l snot 13, Ritter and Heir
neville liFtolette of ading, Fa. , under tiro firm
of Ritter Ilerloiette, ndertakers, was die3olved
on the 20t day of August, 180$, by, mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partnership are to be
received by A. K. Fitauller, Esq., No 621:Court
streetatiading, and all demands on the said Part
nership aro to ho presented to hint forpayment.
t'
11 M BERTO ANI. BLIUTE . RITTHR.
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aug . 27-4 t • ,
A VdRION 1. AUCTION I t
All that largo and well stolootod stook of •
FOI i tEION AND DOMESTIC
DR VrOODS'
°"- tt7eAnutligrPettiulgrtis4otritoyfoltgeilldfnegff: No
will bo'adld at
PUB.LIC AUCTION,
. ,
•
Commencing on thii )V.ECOND BAY OP SEP
TEMBER not, At Wo'olook, A.M., and to booth].
tinned until The whole stook Weld. ' •
The undersigned makes a_peremptory sale of
the goods in te said store. and Merchants as well
as others may fi nd It to their interest to attend the
J. D. IVANNER,_ •
Assignee of Dayld Neff. •
Itisnirm, Aug. rat, 1868. 24-Ivr.
• _ .
ENCLAND „ soApl
:,O At ly ot,ELN OF ENGLANE, ',(AE .1
For doing n family washing in tho beef and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to any in the
world t the all the strength of Old rosin soap with
'Castileild and. lathering qualities of genuine
Try_ this splendid Soap. Rold_tly tho
ALLEN 041141311 CAL WORKS, .I,S North
Front street, Phtlattelphla. nu 713m0
T Ott. LOUIS De lIARTIL
11
017 , 70R - Atili RESII)E.II;CAI,
NO. 244 North Ninth threat, Headline, Waii
aug 20-Imo
BLANK AN BOOKS rpliaanlijon,
sale a largo varioty of Illankllooke li vinifh ho
Hold cheap,. • anR k 00,
POLITICAL . CARDS.
FOk DISTRICT - ATTORNEY.
- To the Voters or forki CoOnly.
rEI;LOW.:DEMOCBA.TEL—Encouraged bye the
4 very large vote I received hi tho _Dergocrao •
Convention of 1865 for the nomination fur Distrle
Attorney for ,Derks County, which placed mad
the returns, (next to the successful candidate,*
for whiCh‘l mu deeply grateful, I again offer in'y
1
self as a candidate for the office of District ttor
ney at the ensuing election, alibied — to the eels
ion of the next Digueeratio Delegate 'Cauve tion.
Should Ibe successful in obtaining the no ina
tton and subsequent' election,. I pledge iny elflo
discharge the duties of the office with fidelit , in.
tegrity and courtesy. '
1. ISII,AW
Roadißg. July 29, lii63.
..FOR 4.1313EM8LY . ;.
havo been authOrited to a nnounce the
nnmo of Michael McCullou g h, of thy
city of Reading as a candidate' for Assembly, ebb-
Jed to the decision of tho pomocrhtio Delegate
Convention, • Bug icqr
FOR 00VNTr.00MILIBBIONER.
have been ruthorised to 'announce We
IY name of William S. Youn. ns candi
date for County Opunnitoliter , sub cot. to the do
clei?n of the Domocratie Delegate • nvention.
irtr--, •
VOA COUNTY AUDITOR:
UTE lIAVR I been authorised tp Announce the
name ,of Viritmen • 11. Bet.l,4pg of Hereford
rrownebip. as'e oandidae,for County Auditor euh-
Jed to the declaim:lo( t h e next pemounitio keio r
gate Convention.
Ilereford, Augu4t20,1863.-td . .
FOR 'DIRECTOR, OF THE -POOR. i "
TY THE VOTERE OP .BERICE COUNTY. --I, the cubscriber, announce myself as a candidate
for Director of the Poor, subject to the decision of
the Democratic Delegate 'rule. .If nominated and
elected. my whole endeavor. will be to have the
awe &inducted in ahntnane and economical man
ner, not being committed to any Wan' or party of
men to carry out this or that_measure to the in
jury of the tax-Toyer; and others concerned..
DANIEL , B. MAIL ,
Lower Heidelberg, Aug. 15; MS. • i*
FOE COUNTY COMMIIMIONEIII.
rll l O TILE VOTERS OF BERES COUNTY.-11av
ing beenolicited by a large number of friends,
I offer myse lf asp candidate for the office of Coun
ty Commissioner, sublect to the' decision of the
Democratic D,elegat6 Uonvention, and should I be
Successful in 'obtaining the nomination, and be
elected, I pledge myself to discharge. the duties
the hest et' my ability, and protect the interests of
tbo (Ail/4MB of the county. HENRY DLE. •
Readlog,.Augustl7-to _ • . •
ELLOW. DEIWOORAT9.-13ncouraged by
I the very libeTal appkort, giyen pie last Ystat by
the Demderatio county Convention font taw/Rate
Legislature, and for Ihich I am Very thankful, I
again o ff er myself * s a candidate forte h same
euttlect . o the decision' of the next Demo
cratic Relegate Convention. If no -and
elected; i pledge myself to Use ever y effort to pro
!nolo the best interdsts of the agricaltdral, •latior
ing and mechanical classes of the D and of
the mass or the 'people generill'y tolutividuat*. •
itespe . ctfpliy A
yours, 4o . t ,
K d • • • ,
9.lft` . EMP.:
S Der'
84,
oar Ba ge4eaa:be had atit BAAMI
MONEY WANTED.
• MONEY What i rEDJ
BY TH e ll OITY OF READINO.
The uodendtkOomintitee on nuance or th
gorporatton 0 t ar ro w of Heading, having been
Immortal:II to the Sunk of
BEVENtY , FIVE WUSAND DOp...s.
fue Ake purpose Qt an t ow the Water Won, 0 1
thetatd efts, hire t ittv ne L tite illtipiey es p r ,..
parent to WOO VOtttliettOS Of tout six Mt
tent. Interrt.toputtotir to 1:110 11,Otiel 10
the city, ppty to.ett tor e ur ior to
William 1 etdonretoh. .4.ty 1 a. to
,‘ litric, ARR
A INti II .1.1.
•
, . ' 0 A IEL•8 liN,
, . Committee ea tout.
DlVEtlsTild *ISE WAITED.-
.II DONVENINN 1 1 DWELLING 1101(st: i,
as Sinitr t 7et.%ti=net,°:l 44 tn7 1 1`.''''A
of donor: ay a small family . ki n i c y at N t ' o rt
of the . , ilitl EAtiLli. ' t
*IOU i •
W _
AN TRI).—An Rothe la en. 'with stualVrAt
taloa partner In a Brat-class Restaurant in th •
city. tor Itartteulara address. Itntnedlately 4
L. A. RUSTAItRakr,
mtg. al-tt Wattles 0.
HERE TO GET ITI.
W,
RURNITUItE
IN ALL STYLES AND MAVIRRIAI,L
•
The largest assortment in the (+lli to 106 a N IA. •
andglees much lower than AT other bolus A
gall in persons In want of any Mole st Netters
from t e most expensive down, s solicited, -
CAUPETINGB I _2IIATTIN(IB AND
A 11411 Mock always at 107 adynnees on cost.
andisoo. JACOB 1117711 R,
feblUtt_ - - 717 A 721.Venni
•
OTICE,--The firro of Davis & Meyer, Butoh
4)rklisivng boon dissolved by inutile) Mutat.
al4 orSons i ndebted to th e firm are cautioned t
m sr-payment to none but Use undersined, ill
ace; un t o of the firm being in my hands. Bills will
be made out, and all persons indebted will be call.
ed upon to make paynient.
JACOB OOODIIART,
DAVIS. ADAM STEVER, 011 AB, C. DAVIS.
rug 2U-St
• .
GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT.
BCIIRCEDER & FELIX,
.
Warerooln, corner Fifth and Washington
streets. ' •
MANUFACTORY, WASHINGTON STREEt
BNLOW FIFTH. 1 .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
f il ciiN UNDERSIGNED Riff lIIYITUIALY IN.
~vite public attention to their splendid stadia
rat-olass iltrniture now and constantly op hand,
arid made to orderto suit customers.
Among other articles, especial attention is is.
vited to their unsurpassed • . .
EXTENSION TABLES,
1
'DRESSING BUREAUS, 1• - ..
.1
DINING ROGM CHAIRS, -
, . ,
CENTRE AND OTHER TABLES,
BEDSTEADS OF THE LATEST STYLE'S,
and overt other edict@ in their 114 of bineti,
lE so
very article is manufactured. by Inmate l i p
ti
their arnirahly arranged tnanuractory, w it h i
mostperfect •maehinery. - and skillful moo an cA,
and finished in atkunsurimssed manner,
Also PrePared to execute all orders for, f,
CARVING, • - . ,
. • TURNING ' : .
' • , SAW / ING, and
; MOULDINGS.
I
All orders promptly executed, asiliiiirranted hi'
t gbie satisfaetiop. . i . ap.104,
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• tlint111111:1RE WARR ROW!.
C
miToesitubmw , „D fill l I s ik A r it Nal m m ti n e t t
Furniture, also Parlor sulfa and
r t i pift
largo assortment of CANT( SHA
CHAIRS. Best hair -and husk
Mattresses. Persona wishing to
purohtute, would do well tosl and examine out
stook. . D. H. BRIDEMA i ,432 Pooh Behar.,
Also, axon for the eolebrate Biome. Look sod
Knot Stitch Family Vowing Machine. (02 t awl(
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- To 3l-
.Ks
gii yi)EA co . ,
, . . # ,
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• Manuraotultri of
t.
DR: • SUEVER'S '
. -
Celebrated ' Tonle Herb Bitters.
Importers of , .
WINES AND ',ILIQUORSI
Also 8010 Agents for DAITAIrtI Utratvsm.so Rrs
Writtiv.a. , ,
No. 121 •North Third Street,
PIIILADELPBIA. .
• , , ,
For solo at the Eagle Bookstore. ' '
• arus ...7 l!
t
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Notioo to 'Water Consumelgo,
• •
(\WINO to the exiremely low state of the water
Win the Reservoir and the impossibility , of oom•
Plating the improve mutts for increasing the water
supply of the oily; before the next two of three
months, . tho Commissioners of :Water would re•
quest the water•takors of the oily to b present. om ical as possible in tho use of water at Br,
proper attention to 'this ,reassess, on POTS , °'
Saes consumer, large quantittei Qr water dan be
saved Ana' a full supply' for ordinary purposes
guaranteed to all. .
The several Rite companieinre else reputed ,
locease Using waterdurinw the present drought,
except in cases of fire,
By order of the ' - • - .
1 , 01 1 / 1 1/SB/00/18 OF, WA TER.
0, F. HAVS, Secretnry. . Ulf
ts;CitY nupero Will Wein 'coo
____. •
L A.Dn i st
DRESS TRIMMINGS!
:L4CF,fii, * OF ALT, 'MINOR, '
EMBROIDERIES,
ZEPHYRS, •
' • A LA MODE CORSETS'
Dent's Furnishing Goods,
•AT
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•9 1
it• & s It s
520 Penn Street,\,
RE4,pi rf q. . 1
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JCIIIN • QLRY'IS . , , .
I OBT.IPEATID ,
00;41011 1 181“: No
351 Fr
nn l S rae the
a " r EA GrLtE."' /30 ILOTO / RN k , oti
iii~'Cl~~'~waet""' ~a~~,A'.l~ws
1414
71w A.Xt,T,
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FURNITURE.
7,17 it: 721 Penn Street, Reading, hi.
OIL CLOTHS.
, Real pad imitation.
HOSIERY,
OLOVES,
NotioNs, Arc.; &c.
A full line of
(14tte'Auche*eb* k IIro.)
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