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HON. J. L 4, !RENO!, GETZ,' of Reading.
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BIORMOND L, ZONES; of ReAdirPg•
For District .Atiorstey:\ l:l,
EDWARD 11.,8HEARlifVo! , Reildink.•
awiltyly - jointistfoitif
Wiritiatit 0. Xo, a;!ofletafiii:"
- - r".For'o4riP ° : , , •
WILLIAM B. ALBRIG/11 1 , of Cumru.
For Director of the Poor
DANIIIL D. LORAII, of Lower lloidelberg.;
./br County Auditor:
ATHA S. ALBRIGHT, of Perry.
Jig (Totally Bump? :
bANIEL B. ztatiou.s, of Wading.
DX)10011LiT1O &ATI) COM. ROOMS,
901 & 908 Arch street,
Pplunatitua, Aug. 28 0 1888.
The Democratic' State Committee trill
meet at the Holton . House, Harrisburg, on
Monday, Sept 14, 1868, at. 9 v. tr.-4 full
attendance is flesired:
- WM. A. WALLACE,
Tia•PATBIII I the National De b t increased
'twelve million dollars during the month of,
August. Arc you willing to *endure ouch
" Radical economy " four years 10401
not, elect Seymour and Blair. •
Ir greenback payment of the national debt
is repudiation, did not the Radical party in
Pennsylvania repudiate the State debt,throngh
Wm. H. Kemble, State Treasurer, by pay
int it in paper f
If it is right , to pay a State debt in paper,
is it not right to pay a national debt in•'the
same currency l` • • , '
05N. OARYIPin) 111 Radical • •tumper for
Grant and Colfax, said in a recent speech
that Gen, Grant intended to ' ll goverts thet
country with a small,. triangular piece 'if
steel J known aaa bayonet
• Yotors of Berke county, do you wish to bo
governed In that manner ?If not, vote for
Seymour and Blair
Tux expenses of the War Department for
the month 4f August were over eleven tnil
lion dollars: Taxpayers, can you afford to
pay eleven million dollars a month !Vt. the
allay fir four years longer ? If ndt,;elect
Seymour and,lllair, who will let the South.
era people govevi themselves, and disband
the troops in the Southern States. ' •
1 • .„
Au. the fi va•tirenty betide will be payabf•
within the next 40,0 rum.' If Berrio4Van
illeAr aft) elicietli- those', bond will be pa id
hi P greeebacks, the money of the people. !If
Chsateebisd,Colfitore elected. the'lxinds ill
ingot at a premium of 44 eet4,e nI
the dollar, and the tax•payers must ta
up the diNereoqe. Ate the people willing to
pey such IMO Cos 1110 Sako of being 'ruled
by A military.desPot 4 '
Twa eapenias of the go'yernmeat
the month of Angola were thirty-forir tOPOW
'thirty•twb timnsind • three hundred and
• thirty-lateen dollara Ind fifty eente.. Such Is
Radical economy I •
Tax•payeri, the Demoerstte party may do
better—they ,cannot well do worse—thin
the Radicals jre doing. Let as have a Otiose
of rattle l we can lose nothing by the / ex.
Patinleo:' ' • . . •
illtOwto Wm; trumoiti
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The* io•Callod ese.xtracte! km„ the edi.'
totals of..papers and the speeches
of Southern leaders which are published in
the Radical / papers, are all bogus—intended
to the people. 'Voters of Wks,
believe iitine Ofthera—tbey are invented for
political ereoi by Poch Masts as John W.
Forney ' Thalollowing, from the Phila.
144/gri bi recommended to the. notice of
those peroonll who are silly., enough to he.
Hare the Radical stories of "Ku Klux oat
° Hempel's'. rekidera emit look out now tot
the report. of i'djaboavelautragee "received
from the South. , 89ine ogle and horse
thlevei laving ;me captso4d it a place in
Northemlipt4ol6 *IWO s'AutAss burned
an4skruull wounded, the telehtlPP.refinited
that* way At twenty filen in tuisuisesoW
atal i csomf W 0 444e4' two,' 'kneed MO,
tau le* Or* Ottlike #MPIO 'AS
do*s ue150ir 4 00 ,1 04 1 4; , , ,, •
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. 04vude Arotdd irolsi
Alt 3 5:01r. Aunt ruflago, , ,
for Tax-Ayers to Ponder &oil
otic7patera‘',of the Americali Re
are much to be envied 1 Not
only are . yisu'paying one hundred and fifty
Million dollars a year, in gold,, as interest
oa r your."national blessing," and twenty-.
eight million !Whirs: a year to the National
hankers for making green paper money, but
you biy! i , the Orivilege of piying from
eleven to twenty-two million dollars a year
fe.r. the support of negro paupers in the
4nth, who are under t*protecting winks
till4sCpreadman's Buren, like 13 ) 0d-bnp
under the wings of a bat.
2 salarits of the o f ficials who feed these
national pets, amount to eight.Aundred and
trliy-tiztAoufandforkluindrtd (snd 6004-. 1
tile dollars a, year f This sum is divided
'among tffe different districts as follows:
goad -quarters at Washingtou l fivo officers,
with 'salaries amounting in the aggregate to
slo,2oo3lfiftreight cletke at. $80,420, and
six reessengers at $8 860 3; total, $95,560..
Di*lpt of. Columbia, thirty Jone Agents at
$80240; nineteen clerks. at $20,760, and
messengers at '42,940 ; total, 488,640.
'Maryland, eight agents at $6,400;, four ,
clerks •at $6,100; and two ' messengers at
PAM ;lot:11411,700. •
Virginia, ten agents at $14,400 vtitirty- 1
six clerks at $86,874, and twelve surgeons
at $14,400; total $65,674.
, Ncitth Carolina, 'nine agents at 414,400 ;
seven Tun at $8,490, an twenty-eight
tlelks at 80 1. 000 ; $52 1 400.
Elenth' ardlinkeighteen agents at $25,980;
'fifteen 'surgeons at $lB,OOO, • a n d' thirteen
431,3rkeit $l4 l BOO ; $58,880.. •
43,eorgla,' forty-stx agents $68,600 ;
eight eurgeons at $0,990 and eighteen clerks
a~t520,1,00 ; total, 488,600, . •
Flerida, ten 'agents at $12,000, two Bur-
I geoet at $1,1300,, eight clerks at $4,200, and
twolmessengers at $720 ; total, $l9 810.
Alabama, twenty-two agents at $24,117,
aud twenty-three clerks, at $27,220 ; total,
Kentucky, seventeen agents' at $17,620;
eight surgeons at $0,720, and seventeen clerks
, at 1, 7 1400; total, $41,040.
Tennessee, eighteen agents at $20,400 ;
two itirgeons at' $l,BOO, and fourteen clerks
at 417,100 ;, total, $89,800. •
Missiseippi 27 agents at $83;300; eighteen
clerks at $8 2 ,200, , and twelve laborers at
$2,100; t0ta1 1 .568,200.
1. • Missuri, ono agent at $2,400 and one
clerk at $1,200; total, 48,600.
Arkanias eighteen agents at $24,600, 7
surons, aesB,4oo, and twenty-eight clerks
it' 81,820 ; total, $64,820.
nisiana,twenty-three agents at $28,600,
eleven surgeons \ atslB,2oo i and thirty-far
clerks at $37, 1 90 .total, $70,900,
Teias, thirty-four agents:at $40,989, and
eleven clerks at $18,200 ; total, $64,168.
The entire number of persons employed
amounts to 727.
Sappy' tax-payers ! . Isn't it nice to have
Black Repnhlican rulers ? There is no
l'Aureau" for. white workingm n in the
mitt, however—the •darkipos 'w t all the
obey, you can • raise, to pay' them for
governing the Southern 'States. .
Tappayers, do you want the Frephoan's
Bureau .aliplishod. If you do, vote the
Democratic ticket ; for while the Radicals
have the power you mutt support their pet
Tip' Working People.
' ' The difficulties between the master masons
lindlirieklayers of New York city still con
tinue In an lunsettled state. Both . parties
claim to have: gained their object. The maw
,ter masons shy that the strike is at an end,
th`e'itnen 'htiving gradually yielded and now
'ing to yolk for ten beers. The brick
layers, at a special meeting of the three
Vutons, hold recently, reduced their strike
committee to one member from each body,
'and expressed their intention to continuo
the'.struggle for two years longer, if neees-
Vary. The ; Brooklyn union, it was stated,
taxes its members five dollars per man per
week, in order to support the strikers. The
frog ,brleklayeis 'of New Yorkhave passed
a resolution expelling all society men who:
have greed to work ten hours a day, andi
directing that no Union man should work
On a' front with any man itho has deserted
The practical painters in New York, num
ering 1,600, are all working on the eight
!hour plea,. and non-members, who have,
been working ten hours a day, are solicited'
.to join the Union a d v#ork eight hours, at'
A raduction of 60 cen A consolidationof
alrthe' Pninters' II ion; of New York e,ftY
sa Vicinity is in contemPlation. • ' '..&".
fa. • he. slate rooferaief New York stivelc on
ondayler an increaao of wages fronitrAp
lgil per for an
In four put! of six shops
from, the 4omand as complied with.
. he bricklayer, in Westehester county,
• . Y.,' recently convicted of conspiracy in
refusing to work for a man who employed
ten unindeniured apprentice, have been son=
tenced—the leader to pay a fine of fifty dol
lars, and the others 'twenty-five dollars each.
1111 appeal has been taken to a Superior
Another vesting , of the, First' Manhattan'
'Grocery And Provision Cooperative Associa
tion was hold on Menday, the President eta.
hag that the ' society, so far , was a failure,
s2,6oo,.having been sunk in it, and desiring
,to know what coarse he should pat-sue. After'
an 'exhaustive discussion , u it was agreed to
irenture'more money'aild carry on business
for another week, a committee to be engag
ed in the meantime canvassing among the
`Mtrebers as to their Individual : opinions.
hestevedoros of Toledo,• Ohio, who had
been receiving thirty-five cents per hour,
struck last week for forty cente, mid after
hesitating two days.the employers acceded
to.their demand. ~. ) .‘ - .
1 Oita KOMI& eilis ?Welted Littip.
.‘ ' - , '. '. • - A-nitwit? A 'aim. '' ' 1 ,
New YORK, Sept: O.—A• . wounkn was ar
rested on Monday night for disorderly eon
duct and yeaturdny 'morning died in her cells
Her name 'Was 44eline Peek and, although
r'eehlesi eud diesolute, Whe veil , respectably
delineated, and was the . Ovoreed wife of a
'wealthy merchant: ''." • •
I A boy, about 5, yens old, died in C 0139-
eon on Battirday, this Oh from drink
ing Bourbon whisky. ' Me bad seen his fatti
er drink (rem the bottle during', the day and
F 1 4 .8 0 7/4 to, irctief4 43 MM.. ~•
Audios , I. HeidifF,
proptietqe.oll.lknAl in Muii,lonia county,
411 pd suddenly oialuniuifiy morning last and
Sit Inveitiguilon roiesled a tad that helm
proteibly Oisoried Sapp)-
lop'xo L 4 fuid i - 1441.4,1
ti , h 114.0 49.
' . 4 ,1 k, 49 ,
WiT 6,0 bin .o tinsi eriinintO
—There has been , a 'great fire, in Haw*.
—Whalen, the Fenian, is on trial in Otta
wa, 'Canada, for shooting D'Arcy McGee.
'-An insurrection has broken Out in New
Zealand.. English troop& are going there at
—The Radical Mayor of Nashville is'on
trial for bribing a voter. 'Rah for (haat
—Ring William of Prussia, is on a tour
of military inspection throughout his king.
dom: Let France beware.
--On Tues i day night, & colored Grantite
killed two whites at Jefferson, Georgia. The
people hung the nigger, and mach) "peace."
—ln Italtimore, on Monday, a boy, aged
ten years, killed another boy, aged eight
years, by a blow with a stone, which broke
'--A boy of nineteen was hung in England
on Tuesday, for the murder of his mistress.
This was the first private execution in Lon.
don, under the now law.
—Schniler Colfax is travelihg in tho West,
escorted by. U. S. soldiers. The Indians
aro after lie 'hair, probably to show it to
tho Indian children of Ulysses, his noble
leader: • .
—rA Cleveland woman 'shot an alderman
of that city because she thought he bad car
ried off hor baby. I -
—The' Boston Advertiser is gratified to ,
learn that there is a large sour-krout crop in
Pennsylvania. , ,
—Tkomas,E. Seymour's funeral, at Hart
ford, on Monday, is said to have been the
largest that ever took place lu that city.
—4n"' Warsaw, the former capital of°-
land, pebple aro arrested by the Russi ns
for speaking their native Polisletongue. If
Grant; is elected, we may expeetarrests for
speakinellebrew and German. /
—Bears are numerous and destructive to
sheep in Minnesota. , ' '
'—The Wife of John Hooper, or Tullytown,
Bucks county, Pa., was killed try lightning
on Moinlay efternoon. The ,Ohild in her
arms was uninjured, though all Aiip bones on
ode aido of her body were broken and crush•`
—A man was badly gashed with knives by
two butchers, at Chicago, on Friday. Grant
is not fai off—he should preach peace to the
—Mr. Gilden, of Verm ni l Wed to de
capitate himself with a dul scythe and sub
seluently went mad. As e could not pro
will upon his head to leave him, he went out.
of his head.
—A• Montreal shoeMakor cut off the oars
of his 'apprentice. The bey had previously
Cut out the shoemaker in his wife's affec
—A - catfiah weigling one hundred and
eighteen ll:funds, dressed, was caught in the
Miaeleeippi, near St. Louis, recently.
shark fared sumpthously t a few days
ago, by swallowing a young African bathing
in Pearl river, Miss. .
—Economy led a man in Ohio to bo spar.
lag of - grease for his threshing machine'.
Friction caused: it to take fire and burti up
two immired bushels - of oats.
—A man in Milwarikie, whO hnd attempt
ed to dispossess a , colony of martins that had
built their nests under his roof, was attacked
and fairly driven off the field.by the birds.
—England don't hesitate to receive into
her Exchequer some thirty-five millions an
n4ally from the profits of the sale of opium
to the unfortunate natives of India. 'Eng
land is 44 loll," and favors the election of
Grant and Colfax, and 'a consequent military
-'-Aonan attempted to commit suicide at
Mica ) N. Y.; on Sunday. Ho stabbed him
sat 'War the heart and nearly severed his
left wrist. Ho may recover.
—The ,Radical papers aro exulting over
their, now recruit, John Allen, "the
est mdn'in Now York." They are welcoMe
—"Barbara Fritchie" is. `'humbug—an
imaginary heroine. Sea.rches have been
made in Frederick for hei. house, but mg ono
there had over heard'of her ) except in print.
:—A brick stable in Columbia, Pa., be
longing to W. G. Case, was destroyed by
fire. Tuesday a ft ernoon about 5 o'clock.
IsaaolDuck, a citizen of Columbia, was kill
ed by a roof falling in on him. Two fire r
men belonging to the V i gilant Fire Company,
named Clepper, were injured, ono senbusly
aboutcthe head and shoulders, and the other
slightly. The fire is supposed ts 6 have been
the work of an incendiary. Loss not ascer
—A man was dangerously stabbed in St-
Louie on Monday. Only
,"a little blood-let.
tink," as recommended by the Radicals.
—Mrs. Reno, the mother .of the famous
Reno brothers, of the Seymour Express rob•
berg notoriety, died dI her residence near
Rockford, Indtana,_a few days since. Grief,
caused by the unfortunate situation of her
sons, is suriposed to have been the cause of
DIABOLICIAL NEGRO tIVTRAOE•
A , Woivion • OuSrased nod Murdered
v HARTFORD, Sept. 9.—Brookoeid, Connec•
ticut, was the scene of a fearful crime on
Friday last. iiA iegro, suspected of being
,wh had just been,out of jail at Danbury,
called . t the house of a Mr. Wildman, in
Brookfi 10, and finding nb one at home but
Mrs. Wißman, assaulted her. The house
being at some distance from her neighbors,
it: Was some time before her screams for help
could be heard. At. last 'a woman heard
them and proceeded to the house, when she
was met at the i dpor by the de on and struck'
senseless by a large stone. H then return
ed to his victim and after a sty ere struggle,
in which he choked her until the bloodcame
from her eyes, ears, and nose, he accom
plished his hellish purpoie and decamped.
The woman who went' to the assistance of
Mrs. Wildman, havini recovered - , gave the
alarm. and very soot' a crowd of excited
neighbors were gathered, and the wopds and
countiy searched. The nev i () was den, but
managed to escape. Mrs. Wilfman lingered
but for six hours. A feirard of $05 1 ;000 was
offered for the Wretch alive, and if he had
1;4;4 captafed . light away summary punish+ .
meat' would have been meted out to,,him by
the infuriated loWns-people.
ariNhatTAVIT FAX NSW
Ibeillical;Preperatletui ler Fraud' at the
New York dispatch says: ',, •
"The Radicals have set machinery me
-0011 in this city 'through which thef ri loPe to
be able to carry out a systeu a of ac o n
election day that will assist them in defeat
leg, in a measure, the will of the people.
Their first planis to procure a Het of the
male residents, through the instrumentality
of Postmaster Kelly and the Police SuAr
interidents; taken at a time when' thousards
are out of the city, in ordir that it may be
as small as possible.
"This .small and imterfect, list is to be
used as a basis for admitting votes 'and as
an excuse to exclude from the ballot-Pox
oven those who have been residents Of 'the
city and voters for years, if they aro ndtpn
this list. To make their schemes more sue
cessffil,. they have appointed a committee to
enforce it election day. The committee is
headed by Daniel E. Sickles, associated ilvith
him, it is alleged, aro George Wilkes, liar-
ens Cicero Stanley, : Rd. Webster ) , Sheridan -
Shook, and some nine or ten ot hers of the
same stamp. These men ke entrusted with
all the arrangements, with 4:11 power to ear
iy out any plan that.will give to the RadiCals
more votes than they really receive, and-ex
chide all the DOmocrats possible from the
"The Radicals evidently know their men
for that kind of , work, Aside from what it
Ps reported that some of them have done.
in the way of abetting frauds in this city,
it is understood that the man who made out
a fraudulent soldiers' vote, and managed to
have it sent to 'the agents of this State at
Washington, - in 1854, and then notified the
authorities to arrest those agents, is a mem
ber of th is committee. The work that Those
men have done in the past in this line only
shows iyhat , they will undertike to do thi
1 -10 19611 TOUT—To a small family. N0.805'
Court street. Two-story Wok; six rooms..
Rent MO per annum; posgosAin given immedi
ately. Apply at this aloe: ' • sopt 10-3t', •
D " LOST.—Lost, a small awl PlarAl tan.
colored dog, with a white spot, on his otehead.
it liboral reward will bo giyen by returning p hinr to
No. 424 Franklin street, below od4 vpllows
sopt 10-3 t
SIX MALE TEACHERS WANTED—Id
~C umru township Berke county. Ap p ly at the
publio house of Wilson iiwitser, Millington) in
said district, on the3d day of October next. Behool
,term, five months. For particulars. address
RICHARD SCIINADER, Secretary,
elO-3t! It , oouglorsylllo, Beryl) 00, Pa,
GEN. TAYLOR HOUSE I
341 North Eighth • Strpet, •
117iltia a Square of the Upper Newyork DePot;
Ii:I4IIAEIMPF.II, Proprietor. slo-310
IM"RTANT NOTICE! •
TIIE GOOD WILL FIRE COMPANY
OF ALLENTOWN, PA., •
Would hereby announce to the citizens of Reading
that, owing to a conalderablemumber of tickets re
maining unsold as well as coupons unreturned,
they are compelled to postpone the drawing
until the 22d of December. Tickets can bo had, for
a short time, of Iy. D. Reichard, Agent, Plough and
Harrow Hotel, and at Strickland & Bro. 310-tf
,e k e ett+llC-N 0 1' •-ok
For tho bon fit of tho '
iIR'OHANICS' BRASS BAND,
I AT LAUEV PARK S
ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 180.
Tickets, - - - . - t - 25 cents,
Tho 'Adios aro rospoo . tfulfy invited to at.
__ _ _ . U. W (MAUL
sopt 10-2 t!
MEETING QF THE - PEOPLE! ",
,M. M. POMEROY,'ESQ.,
Editor of the Crosc beinocr«t,
Will address th Tax-payorsand Workingmen o
Berke County on
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18m
AO o'clock, in
/I,oe qi of Reading.
Worgingmen are especiollyinviled to 'attend. I
sop 10 841
F REE RAILROAD EXCURSION
GREAT AUCTION SALE
OF 53 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,'
= IN NTOTLIWEI OUN,DIVISION Or THE 130R01:101I OF
COUNTY BEAT or LEBANON COUNTY, PA., ON
MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEDIBER i 4,1868,
• , At 2 o'clock,' on the 13.etnises.
Lebanon is in tho contra of the finest agricultural
region upon the globe ; the outlet of rich and ex
tensive holds of hematite iron and other ores. with
Railroad and Canal, and other commercial facili
ties, soon to be augmented by the opening of the
New Pine Grove and Lebanon R. It., in rapid pro
gres fields onstruction', connecting it with the vast
coal of tho State, whereby its manufacturing
interests, already extensive. SIR/ bo greatly in
creased. Perfectly heelthy and the finest natural
site for a large city anywherd to be fotind, it is a
matter of surprise that with its surroundings and
advaptages it should not have already,as it doubt
less will ultimately , become one of the largest and
most flourishing towns in the State,
Tho lots to be sold (formerly the proportjt of Jo
seph Kara. Esq.) are most beautifully and our , -
?RALLY situated on 12th and adjacent streets, im
mediately on the south or the L. V. LB.; in close
proximity,to the Railroad Depot. They aro
vided as to be within th e roach of persons of small
means, while those desiring larger lots can pur
chase a number adjoining! Each lot has a private
sale price marked upon the plat, but when put up
at auction they will be sold to the highest bidder
0 m it
without reserve and toitho regard to price. Title
perfectly good. Tsini--o e-fhird cash, balance in
onei year with interest s red by lien on the pro
mises, or all et‘sh if the purchaser prefers it. $lO
ossa, as part of cash payment, to bo paid op each
lot when sold. Deeds free of ex pens.' to purchasers.
A lEEE EXCURSION TRIO
Will leave the Lower Depot, Reading, at 1 o'clock
!freely*, on the day of sato, and carry grown per
son! from Reading to Wan* and back free of
charge. No children or minors allowed upon the
train. The train will atop at the different stations
on the route whore tioketa can bo had at oxoursion
rates. Free ticket* front Reading only--can bo had
at Oho Lower Depot, Reading, previous to the train
starting. W. 11. 11, EMRICH . Auctioneer.
J. P.S. 00IITN, Lebanon.
F. R. &mom, Reading, Att°ll2 9' a '
sopt 10-3 t•
Aulonbaolt's Hall. 608 and 610 Ponn Bt.
' Joint i lfonifit of
MESSRS, CHARLES CORRIELL AND BILLY
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. lITH I 1868.
First-class performance. poriell's original
_ and Wright's original •
Tickets 25 and 25 cents. Children 15 cents.
wept 8-4 t
Master of "Ceratiicinles,
KEYSTONE . OPERA HOUSE.
Uar,7' ir:ositei. • '
• SIX '1(111T8 'ONLY! .
awituncing Moncritif Arsing, Reigeabh.
14th t 1888.
• MARTI li".,';ol' H
, AND VENTRILOQUIST;
• • Witt present nub terrains in -
Entire Ohange.of IVegrammei. replete telt/I
New and Beautifid Features,
WONDERFUL LIVO In tIVD,
.1 AND THE
I GROWTH OF FLOWERS,
One hundred and Veldts,
Present* will , be Given AwaY,
• • Every 'Night.
ADMISSION, •25 Vents; Reserved Seats. 54
Cents. , Doors Open at o'clock' commence at
GRAND GIFT •
Saturday Afternoon September 10th, .1420'01014
when every child, wiltxecolve a lierulsomo Pres
ent. Admission tp_atipee, 25 Cents. .
AR M NOLD *JONES. Agent.
sopt 10-3 to
1111 - EADWAIATIIIIR9 WWI , i , . .
CAMPAIGN GOODS i .
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UNION JEWELRY.' MANUFACTORY
NO. 14 .
(Next door to the Evening Dispatch OWL)
• Campaign Badgeal '
DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN. '
' Direct from the Eastern and other manufantorils,
which we can sell at New York prices, py thou- i
sand, hundred or dozen. They are thelnest as
sortment ever offered for sale in the city of Read
ing having over one hundred different patterns.:
cac t i as Medals, Pins, Sleeve Dutton!. Studs, Ac.
Cool 4ige»tawanled—a good pereenlage
Our /Retail prices are fronilo cents to $4 00 Per-,
sons Will do well to give us scull before putuhzs-.
ug elsewhere. - " •
'SOCIETY BADGES, MARRS AND PINS ,
otall kinds made to °Mei.: also;jewelry of all de
scriptions made and repaired. Watches And'
Clocks properly repaired. ' a Blf
K RYDER'& o o
• Manufaeturars of •
► ; DR. SAVER'S
Celebrated Tonio Herb Bitters;
• Importers of"
WINES AND • LIQUORS.
Also 8010 Agents t'Or Ostt.ny'a UNRIVALLER Rya
No. 121 North Third Street,
For sale at the Eagle Bookstore.
lin. A-. MOHR, • J•
Ofllce—No 8 North Wlfth St., Reading.
Particular attention paid to 6014 diseases of
the Mouth and Gums, such as Sourvy, 'retenlatu
rat Growth of Gums, Alveolar Abscesses, disease
of the Airoolarpreeess. Fissured Palates, and all
diseases to which the mouth' and gnmd are 'sub
Teeth extracted without pain. and inserted on
all material used by the Profession.
Office houts, from 7A.M, to 7 P. - M. • ' • .
WHERE TO GET ITt
71'7 4' 721 Penn Street, Reading, Pa.
F RNIT IT -
IN ALL STIL 8 AND NIATERIALS.
The largest assortment in the city to seleot front'
and prices much lower than any other house ,4
call from persons in want of any article of furni turi
from the most exPensive down, is solicited ) . •
A full stook always at low advances on out,
10-call and 80 e. Awn it RI ER.
febtOtr 717 k 721 renu-st`
DWELLING HOUSE WANTED.
ACON DWELLING HOUSE is
wanted within a reasonable distanse of Penn
and Fifth streets. between" this time and the first
of Oetober. by a small family: ktply nt the °Mel
of the DAILY EAGLE..
INIANTED.—An active man, Nith a email Mi
ll takaa partnor in a first-tins Restaurant in this
city. • ror particulars address, immediately,
L. A. RFSTAURANT,
aug 31.-tt •Reading P. O.
"iItAIITED.—A goad girl ! well reconiine ided,
T T at No 2B North eth f3t. ang. Z--tc
pors. ond at NEWSPAPERS.Is 010,, which will bo cold
BENSON & JONES,,
liar) redeived from the Philadelpb la and New
•YYork markets the finest assortment of •
ever offered for sale in this city. Call and see
them at their
• r NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
• •• PENN STREET, READING.
.Pot sale at the "RAOLP." BOOICOTORIe, Po
851 Penn Street, near tooth. , Jan,2Stl
&dud% German, Tonle;
2W. Great Remedies for aU. Mimes of tile
" ' Zioer,"iStOniach, 0 Digestive
Zoo!land's Geriian Bitters
Is committed of tki trateluices ( . 4g Al thty are amt.
termedXrfraellif } - Herbs. InA
Barks,. malins a propats lon is ly concentrv.
l e a a nd einires iree rime tfrokitio uctirti.r.
1100FLAND'S GERMAN TONIc,
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isatouatinatto A of all the Ingredients of the Bit.
tete, wittithe lrest %Alit, or' Soma urns ./No l ,
Orange, we., ma int one of the most Plume% '44
sitteeatilo reined es ono o ff ered to the Will&
Those preferring a Idea leino Ave the
admigtures will use • , • •
HOOFLAND'S GI.;RMA.N BITTERS,
~r hote w h o hove no objection to the combinstioe
of the' Bitters, as stated, Will use k . ,
1100FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
They are - both equal) k good, and cont a i n a l
same moniclual virtues, echoic° botweenthe tire
being a mere matter of este, the Tonto bolus the
The stomach, From a yarloty' of causes, ecei k , 1
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility eta!
very apt to boo its (\motions deranged. the My
er, sympath i sing as (Mosel Ily as It does with the
stoma% t en - boeomeskfa ff ected, the e m u of
watch is k that the pationt suffors from serend or
;nor of the following disigoos;
Von mption, Flatulence, Inward klites, y il n
of iloigt to to head,. AelditY of the Swam i .
Nonsoth I ofrtburn; Disgust for f Od, Full , .
nose or eight in the Moped • &l ir
kruotat one, Sinking or Flat g
at the Pit Af the litonstati, Swinon of 1 ,
• the 11.11. U t irried or Ditlioult Brf t int.
Fluttering at . e liettyhohitig orFutioest
ins Sensations wenin a tut restart, plea t *
of Visionpits 'orlVelni efore the Fight Dull
Pain tu e 'Head, DeticielOy •of 3 teplne.
lion; elloWness of thelikin al, eb,
d ., 'PAW ill th q Side i llimiket;hosti Li , 00,,
Auutlen.Joiltsn es of float, littining 1 t th e Mesh,
Constant linaidninltil 2f Itilii t ittl!l Ilat . - ~
. Dopreeslou,or Smith-
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• Theautrerer from these diseases shOUld exercise
the Ir s eitestscautiok in tho selection el l s reme4
for h ease, purebaeint only tbAt whio list isss
sure Cron' his investigati ons and Into ries, cos.
600 trud merit, is skilit Ifully compounded, h
free rom Injurious Ingret/dients, and esteblkh
ed Co itself a reputation for the cum ofdisesso.
In this connection wo would submit those well •
nown remedies -h- ',l'
1100FLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
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II 0 0.1 1 14 A N D'S 0 II IVMAN TONIO
yaspsanc: ay Dn. O.X JAtniamt, Philadelphia, Pa
Thirty-flvo years Sinop they were first introdiced
into this country from (Willow, during which time
they have undoubtedly porforand ore cures, I t o
benefited suffering, humanlty, to' roatdr wiled,
than any other remedies knovyno t o public. .
These remedies will effectual' en e Liver Copp
!Ishii:6. Jaithdica Dyspepsia 0 ronto crlvervous
ability, Chrobid DluirlAlheca, Disease of the
Kidneys,and all Dbanumar arising 'NM . a Dlr.
ordered Liver. itltempch or,Ditestines, , ,
Resultl e y froll any7use whatever ; rroatrallM;
of t e System, In uoed by severe habor,
lordships."t posUre, 'slavers, 7io.
There is no median° extant equal to these rem
edies iu suqh eases. A tone and vigor is imported
tethe Whole eye m, the Opotite II strengthened.
feed is enjoyed, tnelltoolßob 'digest* propelily, Ant
blood is purified. the complexion.betembs sound'
and healthy, the yellow tinge is eradioate from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the oheekksin d t he
weak and nervous invalid beeouies a strong and
healthy being.. • • • ,
PERSONS ADVANCED IN, LIFE,'
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And feeling the band of time Ighins beayilr
upon them, with iliterettondant i le wit' , add in
the uso of this DI T it or the NIO, an ells!:
that will instil ne life into their yoins, restore le
a unwire the' energy and , ardot - of %o p° yquthfui
illayp, build Up their shrunken Aire% and girl health and happiness to their roraielningyeare, •
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l It Ise well established Mt 'that fully Ono-ht i 01
the female portion ofou nlo i tton are seldom to
the ,orddytu,ont I of, goon. °attn , or, to use their
own oFPressloe. 'intifforeel well. r' They are
,ovoid of all elms ,f xtFoinely, nervous,
and have no appetite.
_To this class of portents thg BlTTlfiii3 - , or the .
TONIC, Is especially recommoUdo . ,
WEAK AND ,DELIO ' A'II3 qiittl/REN
Are pada Strong by Abe oreithetpf these
!medics. ,The y will cure every easo of arARAI3.
/hillB, without fail. ,•- • • •
Thousands of certificates• havo, aeoutntilated lq
the hands of the proptio(ollat space Will allow si
the publication of but low. Apse, it will be ob•
sOrred, aro mew of note. and orsuch standing that
they that In hollered. . •
Chief JOstice of the Supremo Court ) writes
rOILADELPHIA. March 16,18G7,
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"I And Iloofland's flitGormotters is tipped Wat t
useful in diseases olthe A digestive organs, and or
great benefit in eases iottldebility, find want o
nervous notton in the system. '
From Bev. Joseph S. ICenuard, D. A,
' Pastor of tlio • Tentit Baptist Church, Phila.
• Dl..TiogoOtr.--DRAitilritt—l have bionfrequento
171 quested to conupet,my name with repeal.
.me dations of differed - blinds of medicines , but re
gar log the practicoplas out of my appropri.
ate phero , I have in all oases deolinodh but
wit , clear proof in various instances and peril:.
la I in my own family,. of the Ppe c f)f , Dr. Hoof
lin sOerman Bitters, I depart for qco from al
usu 1 course, to express my fultronvlcittm t hat / or
general debility c t rthe syr mid emeacrltypror ZlPer
Chinp/aint, it is ale an va luable preparation. I n
some capes it may ail ril, usually, ',doubt not it
beneficial to those who katfer &lathe
above caUoos. - '-'"- ,
Yours, very rappet_tif Ily, ‘, o,
‘.. J. l!, K ENtrATID, •
• Eighth, below Coates st.
Judge Of the Supreme Court of PuUsylvanig.
• r01,74AD111,1111 4 111 APTii Al BO4,
"I consider Ikoitatid's German Hitters a claim*
of e:tniclicine in cue tor attacks of,indirrestion or drs
pepsin. I can cottify this Ironv i tny'exPeriOnoo of II
I Youirs, w th respect, ;
• JAMES. 21.10MPSON."
Froth lloW. 39,D, Fonda%
Accident Ed itonhrldi an Obroniole, Ph il cdelphis
_J. have derived decided - bonejlt from the used
Hoch nd'• Merman liNler., Mad feel it my pridlerc
to recommend them m a most valuable tonic,
who arcJcuirering from seil i eral 04%04, or fr , 4 l .
rising from dared emeUt'or tbellver.
YoVro, tru y, '
CA Ir T I 0 N .
gooflann Germon, Reniedies. are counterfeited;
See that the signaturelAofo.M.JAOKSONison
the wrapperot each boit-..Vtle. All othenare coos
Principal olllce4nd Manufactory. at thetas
Medicine 810 T e, No. 631 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
CHARLEO M. EVANS, proprietor,
Formerly C. M. JACKSON & o.
ffook s incr• Gerran Biller., per bottle, • - $1
al do u n
Howland'. German Tonle hp u quart bottler,
$1 50 per bottle. dr haldozen ,
for $7 50. •
WS-Do not forget to examlne well the Iftlolo
buy, In order to get the mettle.
Druggists and Storekeellerh
Ron. George W. Woodward,
FO4 SALE EY ALL