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LEADING Ply.; ! HBl►R .15,186 ii.
RON. • HORATIO SEYMOUR,
OF NSW YOU. •
GEN.' FRANOIB P. BLAIR,
:4erlion, ro . iicraV7hostek ad, ,
HON. OHAItIinV . E.IQIL I E,
or ?Anna vomit.
WOK RURVgiOR 01114BRAL
OEN; WELLINGTON . 11. 'ENT,
/ Or COLUMBIA COUNTY.
eclielh 1 1 11634 h atitober . lBth, 1808.
.10N. J. LAAVIVENCH kIETZ, of llemling.,
• .For, .484epOly ,
IttitiltY' 8. HOTTEPTEIN j oi ilaxatforny;
lIENICT MODEM; oflulkiihocoon ; , '
itIOHMOND L. JONES, of, Reading; .
. 1 Far Marta Attorney!
1.1 I) WA RD IV BUFAAREN ocl Reading.
• 2`11n4 . (Vine Oct passioner
WallAtt 1 4'01AV:31;14 healing:
WILLIAM T 3. MA111,0,11,T, Ounnir,
. PireotOr of the ',Poor :
DANIEL. D.loltAll, of LoWer Heidelberg.
Por County Auditor l
PETF,III S. ALBAIGIIT, of reiri.
klor Cot my Surveyor: •.,
DANIgf.. S. ZA.CHARIAB, of Reading
THE DEMOORATIO, PLATFORM
Viirruent of the roblte'• Debt—Egual
. Taxation of.l4lterY NiPettlet of Pail ) "
erty—One Currency rep- the Goiter*.
meet 'and the Peetle,The
borer. OMee•holder. Pe stoner. net.
slier, Producer, MIA the
The Doe* Standing Committee of
Berk') Couutta4 iequested to meet at the
lleaknitrtoritcahe temocratiO City Club,
third story of Jaineson's building, ,opposite
the Keystone Rouse, on Saturday, September
26th, 1868, at ono o'clock P. M. The Com
mittee of last pier and the Committee ap
pointed by the 'lnto County Convention,
together with tho Candidates recently nomi
nated, aro earnestly riluested lobo present.
Business of great iiiportar will s be laid
By order of
DANIEL EItMENTKOCT, Chairman.
REANNO I September 11, 1868..
TA X:Phle Ern; shouldietolltot that the flack
Republican party liT,e, constantly Int •@need,
the national debt sinco,tho close of tliO 'war,
sometimes at the rate of GRythreo
Von a simple of Radical government, see
the tetrible condition of affaira in thlSouth•
ern States, Where Radicals have ruled for
the• past three, years. Voters, :unless you
wish to live under such a goVerntuont hero,
Vote for Seymour-and Blair: -1
.. ' ,
Wnv do no the friends of Oen. tartranft,
tho Radical Candidate:for Auditor 9oneral l i
. glyo nn acamtnt of tho ton thonspdrdollarii,
old out as sparies and milengo to political"
favorites 04 bad perfokmOd no solloo
TAX•PAYER: 01001 d taCalket, f Oat T lack
'Republican agitation of tie alavery
tkou owned a Waritlat 4013i,419.11ati s tla Aalf a
aiillloll !bpi thonatutd 01.114,41 - 91-i
tars, And which )eft Jibe titan • unrctitercii i i,
and ton States titular nisittlai •
TUN United takitteti formerly' ranked as the .
great Commercial nation Of the ranked_
Eight years ofilidirial rule have deatfoyed ,
our commerce' Almest 'entirely, 'oad, t4O / 0;
yeari of ii:acc lutro loth it tq a Worse.epitt-;
tion than it word the'claie of the war, •tfo:
B a ud had too tmich otiladical rula, , , : fiat #0
iliPm B l lo 9f, t,t'oli'li :lei Aki atP M 6i
Governor:- Re o f r4,47:pni0.,e9.410.;3rn
his• niggepiciliki*iit i‘oiisProAMl Pt
too *haw tropA ,0 t•,l) } 44otiiihtteo ril
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ifi* Dly ' 4atiP,o . ,ifir. had **vet 76 .in :,
jority Of Ow Oast ) bit eh tiol* they
ha*, ;1600% itiii6iit k jetif: /66.' Every
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'L . ' ' • '‘'. 4 0 4 c/IY #ciett'm*-
--ir -.° ' ee . ilwin;,. ,milullOY , l and tb!i
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For Congress :
~,but it boa pot
In 1793 to 1.166
il if gold "
4 i Otto 18 5 0, 2187,.
I; . . 1 , iteb, from 1712 to
1849, Stretti, s ooo.` Since 109 France` oo
issued 497,000,006 of gold coinage ; the
United Kingdona.£ol,ooo,ooo,and the United
Staten $760,000,000.--,Evening Herald.
And yet the working classes in the United
Fltates do u6t gee a gold coin once in a year I
Meat are the blessings of Radical rule 1 Let
ns 0 1 4 13 1te It, and return to the Democratic
days', of gold and silter currency fof
say you, iorkicgmen ? • .
'Um specie Shipments , from New 'York
during the week ending and including Stant
dey last arnonnted . to $829,520, making a
total, from first of January to date, OVA
-2821201, against $4.0,801,080 during the cor
responding season of 1867, Only ninety
three and a half dollars in, green
backs, to be tondo up by the toiling tax -pay
ers! Voters,,do you bendy° in this system
of paying v gold to the untaxed bondholder,
and paper to 'the taxed'fartuer and workink
meri? If not) vote. the Democratio ticket.
Tus Radicals eolieeted. fifteen hundred
million dollars in taxes sine() the eloso of
the warp and besides • expending, thin vast
sum, they have increased thepublio debt ono
hundred and fifty 'million dollars i , such
party,of thieves are not fit to rule the coun,.
.Letons make a flange! • •
pg ore a fait' party: In , eight
yeas' they have run 'up a debt greater than
that.of preat'firitalu, 4ft'Or two or three con
turieb orbleedy and expeealio ware.' And
they wish to increase that debt still farther.
Voters, will you permit theta to do it?
DeSPATOIIIO have been received at the
army headquarters at Washington from
Omieral W. T. Sherman, asking for an ad
ditional supply of cavalry , to be used against
Indians on the plains. The 6th regiment of
cavalry has been ordered to report to Gener
al Sherman at Omaha, Nebraska, and will
immediately Asti for that rendezvous. The
demand for additional cavalry is regarded
there as an evidence of the determination
upon the pdrt of Geperal Sherman to punish
the savages . or tbeiii recent outrages.
111 E N
—Democratic. flag•;aisings evrywhore.
MisS Tupper officiates as pastor of two
churches in Wisconsin.
--A snake was found
in Tennessee recently. •
—Another mongreal revolution.in Colum
bia, South America, as , usual.
—More bogus reports of Bruzilinn vieto
riesover the Puroguuyans. ,
' length of England, (rent. Ifors'ilek
to'Land's End, Is 'estimated at 426 miles.
i--T4 Grand .I.,i)dge of the United States
Odd FeHews will meet at Baltimore •on
' trial of Whalen, the Fenian, in
Canada, still continues, lie will probably
be , convicted.
—The latest Kentuck'y wonder is a dog
that has hatched 'and is rearing, a brood of
chickens. • '
—lt iq Sala that half Ate negraes of St.
Louie will sooner or later be hung forkilling
the other half. • •
—Banana trees in Fierida aro bending to
the earth with fruit. <,
—Stra\vbetrie.s opt iii.septembet will yield .
ft ball; not whole crop nextyear.
—Two Tenness o darkoys recently played
Ku Klux on a colored neighbor and fright
fined $4O out of him. . .
;—Tho white Radiesbi'of Georgia aro be
coming den3ornlizidf and are turning the
datkey membtre' out of the liegialature.
, Where's Foraep
—Thoniggera ,are still 'raising Cain In
flayti, and preventing the planters .fr_ein
swains eane,fer sugar, • . • '
apple weighing ten pounds and ten
and & half ennbea, and ineasuring fifteen
and a half ineles in circumference, has been
presented to aTadaettli aditnr.
r.vatter in Nowboxn, N. C.,
iNioteti Bernonr and' Blair flag over his
lire s y l 'and" Ards "briekbatted ',through the
*tram by the 4 ittooly loll" Of his own eojor,
teriPutly,injurins his horse. ,
_attowiptp . d . us a sai n nt e
1. shoby;Apd I*v / 401 / 1 •'
111 .nights lA toywet With
limb a was* oteption that ay boat ,
4 0 1 vomit hero" itvoritvw
.--Four iiegroes initrikire4 A *min a moat
aboiling miuniirs , and threw piil body, in a
we'l l near iCansas Clip Mo., a -few days
since: Tho' - four' inuidattia• bar* bee 4. at-i
',44the:Ailibilitt4.oo *theidiat Oliniilb,
a . i a j o ndisuarlly i'Vl- Wilt, Vt' l , 4 l3 oal i dle
.i t tr a s i r r o s dab t i n , it e lmn 9 .. y gl
•trPK OP' end ° Other
°Ole Of vaisiasisi PeiletmitaP '".• ~ . . k
', '‘fililansiii , twokiiiir , ii. , sainaeis"Baitutt
ipyi.i z i e Alton ','
W ere *0.% A l litit - c :-. i , a L.l ,
111., Ny a capsize(' no _ . semi swim ,
hut iztatd,rnwittedilant ; : *OA ootildnot
awini, but clang to die heat 'sad was aped.,
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m,bunt of gold
1850 the issue - of
:seeded that of
• :Imo . sorrOsTs'
• Mark the Coatrasq '' •
Secretary ilcCupoeti Gulfport:a Beiwctur ,
'.Britristono Brownlow supports Grant rand
Colfax. . •
• Chief Justice Chase supports Seymour
John Allen, the "wickedestinan in New
York," supports Grant and Colfax. '
Gen. Steadman supports Seymour and
Blair, , and is stumping the State of Louisiana
for the Democrany. x - -
• Gen. Carl
.Schnnii tho Infidel, supports
Grant and Colfax, andis stumping the coml•
try for the Radicals.
Gen. Slocum supports Seymour and
• .43pn. Butler, the coward, humbug ala
spoon-thief, supports Grant and Colfax. (
• Gen. Neeleflan supports Seymour and
Gen: &bona, tho military failure, 's r•
point Grant and. Colfax. I 1
Gen. Davis supports Seymour and Blair:
Goy. Joo Brown, of Georgia, tho founder
_of tho, Andorsonvillo prison•pon, supportS
Grant and Colfax.
. "supports Seymour and
George, Wilkes, the betting gamblor, sup.
ports Grant and Colfax.
Geo, Wellington' Ent supports Seymour
lalcingetreet Supports' Grant and
Jett. Hancock .supports Seymour and
Ex•governor Wm, P. Johnston .supports
eeirmOurand Blair. ,
John W. Forney supports grant and
Gen. Cu: ter supports Seymour, and Blair.
All the Southern carpetbaggers support
, Gen. Reseerans supports Seymour and
Horace Greeley, • who published "The
Flaunting Lie," supports Grant and Colfax.
"Brick" Ponieroy, the poor man's friend,
supports Seymour and Blair.
Hon. George H. Pendleton supports Sey
mOur and Blair.
Charles Sumner, the' apostle of negro
equality, suppOrts Grant and Colfax.
. Gen. Rosseau supports Seymour and
John A. Binghatn, the murderer of Mrs
Saratt t supports Grant hnd Colfax.
Gen, Mee!brand supports Seymour au
Every private soldier who fought for the
Union under the Constitution, and not for
negro ! equality and taxation, supporti
mour and Blair.
Every scheming shoddy aristocrat, who
,to "plunder, the people, supports
Giant and Colfax.
Every patriotic citizen who wants lighter
taxes 'and better times, . supports Seymour
and Blair, .
VoterS of the North, choose your own po.
CITY- AND COUNTY.
For further local news, see third page.
'COMMUNICATIONS !Mat be aceompnniod by
a responsible name to appear in the Enotx.
CENTENNIAL FEUSVAL.--"The St. Paul's
Church of 'Windsor lownship, near Ham
linrg, will hold their centennial festival on
Saturday, the 27th instant. The church
btiilding has been handsomely remodeled,
and it will be re -dedicated at the same time.
Rev's. A. L i Herman, of this city, and
Guttlob lenger,l near Kleinsville, aro the
pastors_ of the congregations worshipping
there.. The above building is thei third
church which has been erected on the same
spot, History states, that during the Revo
lutionary War, ammunition was placed in
this St. Paul's Church.
PROGRAMME OF THE DEMOCRATIC PROGES•
StoN.—Tho route of the Democratic proms•
aim in this city on Friday evening nextovill
he as follows:
Sixth Ward will -form on North Front
street, heading on Penh.
' Seventh Ward will join Siith.
First ; Fourth and Fifth Wards will form
on South Front street, heading on Penn.
Sopond'and Third Wards will form on
Smith Ninth street, headingon Penn.
'Eighth and Ninth Wards will form on
North Ninth street, „. on Penn.
• • When Second, Third, • lightly and Ninth
Ward:fare fokin'ed l theywl I niovo dpivo Penn
itieet to Second street; Second and Third
Wards •rn aichi , uli
North Second 'et rent, and
gtuto,l, inato_h to . bead o n Peon street;Eighth
and Nip* Words motet:log down South S&
cogls4tet, and countcpporch to head nn
:P,enn. " • • '
'When ready to p2ove,'Slith and Seventh
Wards will laadi followed by "grst,, Fourth
Fiftl) Wajdai the. Second and Aird
Ritith Weida folloWing. •'
A "Pr0C44404 wilt marbh Ur head of Penn
itteSisC o lo4lotniirak 44111% an ,le Fi ft h,
.down Fifth toNbiestant,
L4ftlr to` Watnnt,:toeittermarch doWa • VI
s Wards will nieet at; their respeCtive head
,quarters at 6p. Offi a soon, thereafter as
posaible,so that thb procession may bp,ready
to Move at '7 p. m. .
Conner Anarotirarnsit; 800Itfr.—
J10%11114'0; Hop: 12, 1868.--- , Thif Committee
.of , Arrangediesat.of the Becks County
Agricultural and Hortiauloral 'Society• met
pursuant to, adieuratuent $ Ata lioyatono .
~floilsola 2 OlOooks,' ,
following Officers rind Members' !era
present': ' Immo Bekevo G. K. Levan, J. L.
Oggeb,tet,:JA9. , L,,i BigtOmyevc jne.• 7)& ocm
AvitriT. pi knig r; 1;1. Mniltqrs Jr. '
mP 48 r r
if.. -Ail ,
Issig Althousei 4 , §1.,.F0r 4 , ,- :5; ! . 14iy . ..00 ;
, - it.Solitiffor.; , ' -
decd inottopiAtispeo . eil *Si;
tip0pe0064 . !.6(
'rtea. P. totx*,l.'
litstritatO to tiovo :blank .nlif,V
veoftiooto4 cold* cot- .cootitbatkoo,tp !to,
, r 000400041,404*0.04 then to 01,$1 - .
.6,t4?t i ;
;14,04*4 - uittligqo)
.drotro, otcattle. The cattle all to, b e bl o w.
-ea stock and the herd to consist of not less
than ao head.
Mr. P. B. Shelters, Jr.,' offered thud- fol•
lowing resolutions which, after 'full' discus
sion, were adopted as read: '
" ftesaloi, That in place of thi) pievile ms
of $lOO and $76 now offered for thel'Ast had
t cecina best trotting horse, mare or • gelding
in barneseopen to all competitors, there shalt
be otTered as follows
Best trotting horse, mare or gelding in
'harness, open to all c mpetitors; • $3OO
Second premium for same, :100
Third premium for same
The - entrance fee for - each of the alkirq
preiniums to be thirty dollars, and no horse,
to he a competitor that has l over madobetter
time in public than 2 40. Three entries,
two to start, and all horses competing.tO be
entered before nine o'clock on Tuesday,
September 22d. •
Resolved, That-should any individual en ,
ter an animal in any other name than 'that of
the ivalid° owner, the person making such
entry shall not ho allowed the premium,
9hould any be awarded by the Judges.
' Renived, That al special - premium of ($2O)
twenty dollars is hereby offered for, the -best
pair of trotting horses owned by one person,
and that have been owned by residents of
this county for three months immediately
preceding the- exhibition.
The Prpsident, to whom the selection of
a baud had been referred, reported that a
number of bands had offered their ser \ices
during the Fair l all of which weregood hands
and their prices reasonable, and the choice
.had therefore better be made by the' whole
committee,when on motion of Dr'. McCurdy,
Besdred,That a committee of three ho ap
pointed by the chair who shall ask , proposals
from the different bands in this t panty to
play during the Fair. That fifteen' Pieces
shall be required, and the lowest bidder em
ployed. The chair. appointed on said corn
'atm Messrs. J. K. - McCurdy, Keely
and. J. L. Stichter.
A bill of Joseph Iloeh for $12.24 was pre
anted, approved and order to be paid.'
Mr. C. - /Ilfred Smith, one of thezdelegates
to the annual meeting of tiro Board of Trus
tees of the Agricultural College, presented
the following report':
To, the President and Members of the
perks County, Agricultural and Horticul
tural Society.\' i - .
Of the Committee appointed as delegates
to the annual meeting for election fif Tres..
tees,hold at the Agrieultural College of Penn
sylvania, on - Wednesday, Sept. 2, only the
undersigned was in attendance. A. printed
report of' the proceedings of the meeting is
herewith submitted. Your attention is ear
nestly called to the embodied report from
the Board of Trustees to the delegates as ex
hibiting some of the reasons why the College
is in its present crippled condition. The
vast) importance to agriculturists of such an ,
institution as the Agricultural College is de.
signed to be, should be a sufficient incentive
to induce farmers to the care of its interests
ands guard against its falling into utter help
lessness. A connection of six years (as stu
dent and Instructor) with this College. has
perhaps given the writer a more than ordin
ary.interest in its welfare. Yet a careful ex
amination of its resources '*lll convince any.
one that the facilities for obtaining a thorough
practical education are bettor at the Agricul
tural College to-day than at a large ,majority
of our Colleges.
Yet other second rate colleges are full to
overflowing, while the only college in which
the farn4rs have a voice is almost destitute'
of studelto, If this institution has faults it
is within the power of "the farmers, who are
the elect 'rs of its Board,of Trustees, to rem
edylthen >evils. • By a resolution of the del
egates present at the College on .the 2d inst.,
a mectuig of Delegates from tilt several Ag
ricultural Societies has been ailed to be
held at the office of the State Agricultorid
,neilarrisburg,at 8 o'clocWion Thum
4py morning, Oct. Ist, for the purpose of de
vising moans by which the College may be
filled with students.. A new appointment of
delegates will b,o necessary for attendance
upon this meetinc , i
A $ Respectfully,
C. ALFRED SMITH. •
The report was received, .and on motion,
Hon. W. J. Woodward, Hon. J. Pringle
Jones and C. Alfred Smith, Esq., were ap
pointed delegates of this Society, to attend
thoinmeting of delegates of Agricultural So
cieties, to be hold at Harrisburg on Odteber
t7o further business being before the meet
in ndjournod to meet ,Saturday, Sept. 10
1868, nt 2 o'clock •I'. M., nt the same place
0, H. Seltitnymi l
READING Ina ENSARY.-iip our peregri•
nationd erne( town this *num, we
dropped in at the Reading Dispensary. We
found four ocOpanis. no. young Man
about 25 years of ago was Brought there on
the 2d instant, with a sprained ankle, re
ceived in jumping off ti step... Ile will be
able to leave the Dispensary this week.
Another case is that of the man who free
tured,his collar bone some two months ago,
,at the' Pipo mill. He is able to walk 'out,
and expects to be °pronounced "sound" in a
Monroe Young is a young man of 17 years,
whose home is in Philadelphia. He is a boy
that follows the "raging canawl," his boat,
the 'Meter Turner," lying at Port Carbon,
whither he was going yesterday 'on another
boat, as passenger. Arriving in the IOVIO
part of Reading he climlied to the top officio
of the large willow trees near Jaelcsoa'S
Melo, ti? t e . ut, off A whip, for another, boy to
- nsa art & ming eaules,,when belost,lis ' hold
and fell t 6 the grOOnd. Beside' sus fining
bruises 9n various parts , of his ody,
ho received a fracture 'of the, right arm be
low tha elbow, atut - was brought, to th 4 Pis
‘; Minhael Flaherty is a carpenter. by tride:
ITO Wtrk ‘ SlS , e#l 3.l ?Ofirjstio,l 4
&lading ItiOroad, ORlPkart DiOrta_ -0 1f 4 n
street, and Hies opposite tho, way: 119 • ntla
a family there `and, some . small' ostate
MiChkel *pent seine time in hilssouri,,w,here
it is saidike got • 4 'spoilod." lie retortied
lately tohis family; Once Which timo , hibsi
been peeing almost nihtly and .perseeit•
tinghis wife:--heeausa s i e won't " s i n or
Atn that he 'can sill the rOPerty., She. his
fefused to write her signature, becauSo 'she
is ",afraidle'-will , only spend the Money for
liquor and then they willhavaileither Money
PrAPertt? A Week ego hg ordpred, his
Hoist 1)oy 9114 oumitiers leave hone; be.:
91,843 he icsilehis mothoryo; part :;"The little
boy w ent 1'0:44.410M 6,^14 ty Ago
*kg MOO t , •
s l oAf' tiaßPitti& t, i ll /004'p E oltiok,
14441114Ci11' 408 '' )44. as , 41 - 1446,.
throb o ous6 wit 4 a, ow; tabiatettlog
to take ker life. esoapa: from :hits L !Ike,
jumped #ut of a attoolisf ( 4 0 1045100*.F.
cel,log.iorote 'ajar& ker volic e
,was taken 0ar0,9( ,onoof Or ;nsighb rs;
and n'surgeork sent ` rcie.. By., he time hiar•
rived the limb wis,sWellen so 'much that it
Was hard,to tell Whether it.was a,•sprain; a
dialootim or*•,fr,o,*loo We 4, claymed•
to the I:ll4pokry p S: I . , , „ooeincion;AO
attended to by pr.% . Nagle.
0 1 1#"h 1 t 0 106 # 2 ' #T l4)
. Y. k o l s 6 :il l 4Y:l4e 4 el kil 411t l i
‘2OIIIIOOIG TAL—Notice is hereby Win, to all
Operiontin arrears for School 'tax, thot the du
plicates °flair On real estidell i so on trados ond oe
eimation*. will pazi onto •., is hands Of 4 thosub
scriber after the first dal o Oe obe nest . , when an
additional Ere Pot cent. wi I bft a R
. • PET JQNRS, •
' .., Trfrasurer Reading kle col Vlstriet.
.16-thrj',Oi4ee No. 11% N. Math street, tip stairs.,
10091 1 ' Veit; iC i l e " l bc :tro id a t i o t r e t m h :t a c. r d r i
break ope,.n the Reading let. Co .'s Safe, at iller
nersvilin S tation : 0 121 the nig tof wednesday, tho
Kit inst. Said, holders is about •41yesrs_of Apo
feet In inches in height, thin make, dark complex
. ion and hair. smooth face, without Whiskers or
moustache. etobps slightly. and Ny e slowly
lazily. 1 . til '. NICOLIZ.
Kept 10-3 ' . Oeneral nperinterident.
NIICIIII TO OASIPENTIFINIS AND
It llLDERN.—Sealed_proposals will be re
ceived by the Committee on CiktY Property of 1:
Corporation ditts oily of Reading; for the
of a new engine house. at the North.east corner of
Eighth street and I Mart, plle t t A draft and Plan
orate building,' witirspeeinca WIS. can be seen at
the Select Council °ham er. iMi and Franklin
stmts. Proposals wilt b received until tho event
leg of the Stith of Septoin r. 1968. Its order of the
Committee on IlitY Proge Y
Sept.ls.llt B. • . lIAUS, Secretary. •
SUNDAY PAPICIUI.—We arO ne4 iirepa►r~eed
/JO supply the putplleirith the following. Suudey
papers at regular subseription.rato
English. - • titrount,
Sunday Dispatch, I&m M
Sunday Republic., 4 , Niti Welt.
Sunday Mercury, , .
Sunday Transcript. '
Sunday Universe (Catholic). - ','
e'er All the New York Sunday papers published
can bo furnished and delivered on Monday after
All the Philadelphia Sunday Pal3ersdeliver•
ea on_ Sunday, by caretul carriers, in!the city , and
ntalled,•with promptness and regularity. to any ad-.
dress in, the country. • •• -• I
JitliNire can also supply alt the daily vapors pub
lishedin New : York , hiladelphip an& BaltlmoZo,
and all the weekly papers and *unsettles Merman
or • English) published 'in America pr Europe.
Subscriptiens received for all .the Reading daily
and weekly papers,. (German or English.) All
parties wishin any newspaper, magazine or book,
can bo supplied g
with same (wholesale r retail) by
leaving their ordes with
STRICKLAND tic BR ~
635 Penn street. ceding, Pa.
sopt. 15-5 t
A.. - BERG'S •
SERIES OF CONQPIRTS,
TO en GIVRN
'IYURItqI THE CO lINV SEASON,
ARE NOW ()PEN AT THE FOLLOWING
Strickland k Bro.'s :Book:and Music Store, Bast
David P. Lash's opera Billiard Dooms, North
Sixth street. •I . •
B; A. Berg's Plano. WA•erooins, 403 West: Penn
Persons wishing toinibporibo will please do so at
ones, 1 Sept 14-if
FA LTA - 1868
BUCH & BROTHER,
11 . aVe Opened a Large find Selected Stslek of
N E W. G 0 0 DS!
At Portico Row,
NO. 643 PENN STR,III,
• READING, PA.
ipitir - lxvi G. COLEMAN, Cutter. 9iik
'PIA StOck of
NEW FALL GOODS!
IVere selected in tho City.of New York, and
• will bo disposed of at Frites far be
low those of nny other es•
'‘ tablishrnent in the .
o City. •
Qentterni'a Clothing made to order.
Boys' Clothing constantly on hand and
made to order.
The Stock of Furnishing ofioode is deeidedfy
the beat and most extensive in the
• city. COI, sett and satisfy
The more ilet of hQtioet thi services oS ; the eels-
IMll o 4outtir , /4104 i q. 001440014uffielerit
iniarantee that tdi earMente will be tRa4O4; in the
beet:4o l o and li:ast (410144 Reinesiber
13 . 110 H :s,
Headquartent o•of Pao ion
°" NO, 640 PENN STREET, two*:
140 • •
BP:14110N 14 j(IN131?4:'
.; • t
, !,, • ~! - . ' •
;PA PEIt'ilAS g :
orig. oaatkete 'the tdirektilfi 4 At%
• - • '*•" •-•••• •
• ' ••••1 I• N K,S' ' - :t•.21 t ,l. .*; '".
-ppe o n t
ever otr4:l6i jilff - tri*
01 1'4:1 !•
`-'l"ii;. , - I ,'*s • ,
READII4I2I.• - : -
- ir.,160 14 ,.k •.• - ,
N!W ;‘, AO*
TPO I I BENT—Vhret Po' uxontent ootof.; I q
Juouiro on lho Ftrdisce. No. NA N ot ch f\ , ont
street. pot 31-3 t,
ovoin LE 1D.7.1 1 0 small firmly, No,t(tS
Court street. Two-of - ory. Wok: kg* mom,
en% tali) per kmpam LDQftteoiiloll gi,tr
Moly. Apply a; Into 01400. ePt 10.4.
lieu LOST. -441. it small and 014(41 tan.
.11lcolored dot wit a Oita sr: on kts forehescl
A libersi slowar.l wil be Ore* reimales bi n , i t ;
No. 421 Franklin s et. below d - krellons'
• sept 10-St • , . ,
QIX HIALIC TEACll l rillia WA,NTED---1 4
13Cuturn township, Berk eountx. Apr Who
pnblio house of tillipou witser, (Bhillir ton) in
said 4 istriot, on the 34 da of Heger • next. &hoot
term; elm months. For rendie nt, addre •
RICHARD HUHN Bit, Sec , tarr,
816-3tel,t w • . Conitioriwille. • BerkaVo.. Ps.
GEN. TAYLOR HOUSE! •
341 Ztorth Eighth Eltre4,
WA 4itiare Qf the• tit orNelo rork : Divot.
ja * B. s AspFl U, Propirieto* )10-34
rPORTANT NOTICE t
111141 0001 l \VILA FIRE COMPANy t
Would hereby announce to the olljtene of Readies
that, awing to a considerable numer of tickets re.
mainleg un4old as well as coupons anreturoj,
-they are compelled to postpone the dretrieri
until the 2241 of December. Tickets Can be bad, f o r
a short time, of E. D. Delehtersl. Agent. hone' Ent
Harrow Hotel, and at Strickland & Bro.
miT,TING OF THE ,PEOPLE 1
?if 1 1 0 lit F, It 0 Y I,tiSQ.,
litor of tho La Crodo Detitocrati
Will'ad4rem the Tex.-peyote and Worldeetion of
Berke Opeuty en . •
PRI DA Y EVENfIW, SE MEM 11 E11 18w,
At 7 o'clock, in" •
MARKET SQUARE ) ' l .
boll ? City of Reading. -
Workingmen aro ospeolallY invited to attend,
sop 10 Std
KRYSTONEL OrtRA 110t18.1!3,
Murry Weston, Manager., .
' SIX, NIGHTS ONLY •
Com/timing Monday Evenipg, - gepteintier
!rim GREAI I • . .
1 1Altil • `0!
CALII?OitNIA ILLUSION ..T .
• , 'l, AND VENTRILOQI/IST;
Will present ouch evening an
-Entire (illittigi of . replete
Mu) and Bectilitiflid 'Pollutes, '
NVoNDERFUL LIVING HEAD, '
P l ig l a g g i givilTr:tnteirltal :°""Y
ADMISSION, 25 Conte; Iteserveg Seats, 50
Conte: Deers open at 7 o ' clock re eminence, pt 8 oleek • •
itlfitiND GIFT NIAIPINSE ..
Saturday AttarMun i September 19t14, nt 2 o'clock/
when every eh Ltd will receive Handsome kres,
en t. Adatipsion to hintinoo. 25 00310
ARNOLD JONEti. Agent.
UNION ..IFAVELRIi MANUPACTORy,
_.: i ! '
. • NO, 14' NOSTIN Wlrlsll S T.,.' .. 1
s . . .
(Next door to the Evenin g PlifPutai Office 3 .
• 20,000 eampaigifladgeel . .
DENUORATIO ANIFREPUIItIOAtf, :: :
Direct frond the Eastern nd other manufaetorler;
which we can 801 l pt~
, Newjork Prifuts, I:7 ths
sand, hundred or Owl,- Wt)}? • &due aaltik
Sort:neut. ever offered for rale In t e °IWO' nes •
init. haring oyer orio :hupdred al erent Pattetim
Suit as Module. Phut Slifere fiu tonne Stuns, M.
good Agents todit( l 4 -4 ,l!,Pif rieiteniage 0"
csiii Retail pilees aro from lifeentS to $4 00. yet;
sons wilt , do well to give ua a eait 41'0!e podia.
.031101 , 100. • ,I ' . . '. - • .. '
SOCIETY BADGES, MARKS AND PINS
of alt kinds made to order :
, also lewplyy of all det
seriptions made arid , repatted; riUtobea_and
Clock% properly repaired. Li , , •' ' ','‘ a 8 u-
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