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it3ADS - g.i. PA., BHlq,l4l4Balt 28, 1888.
CITY AND 'ol)Nis
P. li.—Gray, meet Sixth, 71, No. 1.•
Black, meet Fourth, 7f, No. 1.
Blue,Meet Fourth, 71, No. 2. •
Furilo o ; meek • tillitha Sit ~fhtgri
Brown, meet Fourth, 7f,_N0..2.
Red, meet Seventh, lf, No, 2,
Green, meet Oitib i ll i No. ,
THE MAN ABOUT 1 1 01W111.—f3eci impoti.l
'lint local nui4er In other 'columns.
nad nibt—blkianist. •
llOw to do the aptlebt tblog—be upright.
Umbrella dealers are tejoloil3, at the proseeet
That pump. which hood for to mai* years in Ik.
eastern Market House, was out off Yesterday. ,
The engine la 'Eckert k Co.'s Fantle* broke.
down last week, but wlll be all rlgtit again In a tisr
A diehlag mad fishionable widow says she thinks
of suing some follow for abreact' of proadiem that
tho world may know tbat she t in themarket. ,
The melon season 41 pearly over. nuclide» nd
difficulty In disposing of their stock beford it ba r
comes axle, fiat and nnprofltable. " •
A pleasant old lady fp Phflatlelphla has a mOno•
manta for throwlnglet srandoldldrea eat otthtra
story windows. .Au alroollowde grandam,
Quite a number of "nate to town.: I.
Mika will be dear this fall. lteabon
rupply. • " 1
()o to the Domneisthi:mietlii to-14bl. '
The Colninbti MIME noli In
A vegetable 4144,45t,'
Boys may be ityled goon, In a roondsbOut way,
John Puy, sold to bel ilia fastest type!iottOr In
Philadelphle, died MI Ueda,. . •
slxtoee photographs for opolothir can b 0 had at
Yesger's Qallery, 413331penn street. ; • •
A boy ahOut twelve years of *go fell In a fit on
the corner of 6th and Penn streets yester4oY. The
little tattoo , was carried into Dr. Thinteeliterie
drug store, where ho was soon rebtored to cone .
"The Ohl that keeps the Poa-nut Stand" tho
whoWatlon of our Whlstllnk youths. • ' ,
A steell oscillating enxineVas , on exhibition at
City ,119. tel yesterday ; whtoh wad tun by it common
ell whole thing, 411#1110 and bolter,was
not btrger than a quart measure. The steam was
sot u from cold water In' about two minutos, so
that performed 'two hundred and fifty rovolu
tions per mitatito. •
A young friend asks us how long,l4tas have been
in use. You have tut on the airing now. boy. That
Question atlas us. All we know about kites Is,
that they are a high old instittattote and that there
by hangs a tail. .-
Hoarders ate now !faeotiously called hOsh-wtest
Scan of our pavements peed repairs. •
If you want to select front the largost and boat
Ideated stook pf furnishing goods, and under-oloth
-1061 60 to Duch & Bro.'s, N 0.548 Penn street.
Rainy day, yesterday. It was down in the Mma
nao fot the autumnal equinox, commonly nailed
Nookamixon—but it passed by without much of a
bluster or blow.
Dad taste—protty young girls kissing, widowers'
children. i ' ,
The latest Invention le a maohlne for sorting po
t►tooe at the fate ofd bushel aer minute.
The BWlsai Bell Ringers Will open at Lancaster
Dealers In boots and theca nro enjoying busy
lisies just now.
Dusters and straw hats aro not altogether abol
ished, We cart several each to•day. '
The season when buckwheat cakes, looking hot,
1,111 bo a moping luxury, to fast upproliehhur.
Coal dealers are Wolin flush times Jot now,
and an idvenee may soon bo antlotpated.
The cold weather has cadged a reduction in the
use of too, toe cream and summer-drinks.
Largo quantities of cattle and steak continue to
be shipped over the ratlrAde at this point for Eas
tern markets. t
Farmertfoomplain of tho dopreditions made on
their fruit by men mid boys from tho city, whose
views do not either agree with laws or corm nd
Thor . ° aro nt preiantl9 locomotives on the b ooks,
In course of construction, in tho shops at tho old
The Life of Ben, Butler,by Brink Pomeroy, is for
sale at the &din Book' Bloke. Prjco 23 coats.
Rich and racy, tart aml truthful,
About now. let people subject top. ague font
fy thombelves against it. There is reason for the
excrete° of exceeding care on tho part of every one
living in the vicinity of marehy,ground.
Yesterday was a dull, bleak and dismal day.. A
steady, chilling rainiell all the afternoon, render
ing the outside world cheerless and rayless, and
lending additional enchantment to the joys of
Wo claim for. this, ate article mach needbd ln
every family, that no housekeeper, after tieing One
of these funny pressesovilline without thoM, " They
aro all warranted to do as represented, at Me-
Knight's hArdwaristore, Third and Penh streets,
A tow years ago tho latVes wore a kind of-hood,
tilled "kiss ate if you.dar4." The prebent style of
bonnet [night well bo callgd, with equal proprlety,;
"kiss me 11y6u want to.".
The people'who arc at pkiont building, aro hur
rying on Oak workmen, In onlet to get the build
ings under,gbof before the 'cold weather Ote in.'
The "001;11)011" we have had has raised gill* A
-IMO aging them. I
The Drop of irrsPia this fall ie immaitne...Tha
Jerseymen say titsObeir eines are breaking front
the trelltsel by'thelloafor huh. To mathro the
stapes sunshine hilsolutely necessary. In shaded
0104 in the glty people do with the immature
Product ail best tlst.,Y, can:,
artist in , this's tilt is, engaged, on a panorama
which he nag Cothts/4 Ito scenes ara . nanttV
after the style of trOPleak,Siians. with a Proruatim
of flowers.prisity foliage and all that, surmounted;
Of course, by tho' bhitit and softest of titles,
Another artistic painting ono representing) 814
Months After Martha°. The sky here Is also blue
-very blue-,but quite different *old the former.
Instead of flowers 'there are a groat many anima
Though It rained, yet the market this
censorm o rning
was well attended, both by producers d censor
mere. Prietw were welt maintained, nd POPle
hurried off as soon es pomible with b kets well
tilled. There was an abundsnee of everything,and
no trouble was had to make. choice. Producers
realised, on an average, the following Prices:
Chickens, from 90 to 126 tents per pair ; eggs, 26 to
% cents per dozen; butter, 40 to 65 cents perk.;
tomatoes, 10 tp 20 cents Per ki peck; Hula beans, 18
to 20 cents par quart; apples;lBto 80 tents ger . 34
.apple-bntter. 40 cents per quart; eablotte,'B
to 12 cents per Bead; peppers, 8 to 12 ee,nts per d ot -,
en; onions, 25 to 80 eonts per % peck 1 green corn
18 to 20. cents per dozen t egg Omit, 3 to I; cent;
apiece; citrons, 8 to 12 cents apiece; sweet potitoas t .
(large) 22 to Zieents per )4 peek; sweet .potatoes,
(small) 16 to 18 tents per % peqk t •Irish potAtiDes`
V. to 25 cents pir % pock; elder, 20 cents per quart;
Peaches, 75 cents per 14 pock; hops, 5 Conte Per
quart; beeke, 2 to 8 °mita; beansels cents pert:taut;
rousahes, 2 to 4 eenti i 'fog grapes, 8 to 10.eenti pitr,
quart; mane% 25 cents pet dOien; . • '
Raading School _ 4' their.
monthly 'meeting in ' the tin it School .
oit Woodsy evening,'Sept, 2 0.4 008. .- .
1 11 'fteit4dPtt,, ` i jiltp; ILL '
called ,rho meeting to order, ftet *bleb' toe
roll was called,' and the follawing inemb6rs
'were presents '•I, • t •...;- ~.,.. .
Messrs. Boyer, Banat, Beyerici, Ernien- I
treat Geo. M., Frees, OyiGornand ) Ilaien
,mtui,lfolf, Jones, Johnsioal - Jacobso ,Lein,
&Caxton, McCady, McOoyan,', McKvJght, •
Meets, Richards, - Kitte4ltoland, Robrbaclk,
Ninney • Shelter,. Van ' Leer, and Walter
!Absent—Messrs, Bissikumer, i..inientrout
Daniel, Gots,'Hawley, Marwick, `,Mcidatme-,
Mulligan t Neff, Sprecher, and Shaaber-10. •
, The City Superintendent, then read lis
monthly report. • '.• ' ' •.' ' ' •
(Mr. Frees; Chairman •of Normal &tool
Committee, made t verbal report, recoil).
'nliSnding the ‘re.opening , 4,•the • Normal
*heal, on the Ord Saturdity'in'cicieber, and
nominating the following teachers: •
John S. Barnes. Principal; George' F.
Wells, 'Assistant: , ' , ;-• •• • . • ,
' . Oil •mtitioti - the rend was 'received and
„oppt•torand the'nommitions' were. orient
wool on fi rnied.' ••• • •' • • ' :-
Mr. riner;• Chairin an of Grammar filehool
Cointhittee, Matte Open, and.atated that the
coitus - 14W; and the. Grammar teachers; had
mot' together on lust Wednesday evening,
Sept, 16th. ' The, subject brought before
them for *Sidon:Oen was an appliention 1
from `the Grammar 'teacher for an. increase'
,of • salary. After ma re deliberation, the
; committee had directed him to recommend an
increase of $6O a year toile salaries of the
Grammar teachers.. ~ ') • •'• ' ' ' ' : ...
1 Mr, 'McGowan moved that the report be
approved and the inereato granted. ,
Mr. Hoff olled.for tile yeas and nays
the motion.' ' •'• •• ”
'; After a lengthy discussion, Dr. McCurdy
moved to amend by reccinimending an in.
ereiso•of $5O a yeay, also,
,to the, saleries'of
the Seeondaii teachers. • .
_, The question on the amendment was taken
14 yeas and nays and was determined in the
negative. . , 7 • • , ~ .
Yeas—Messrs. foyer, ilagenmen Jacobs,
Leiss i .UcCurdy, McGowan, bfoliniht, Ro
laud, Hannay, Shatter, and Van Leer-11.
Nays—Messrs. Briner •Beyerle, Ermen
trout • Gee. M., ,Frees, Thy, Gernand, Heff,
Johnston, Idaxten, Moors, Richards, Ritter,
Robrbach t and Walter-44. '. , ,•
Not voting, btr, Jones-I.', ' •
The vote then, recurring - on the original
motion, it Was disareed to as follows , :
Yeas—ldessrs. agenman, Jacobs,•' Mc-
Gowan, McKnight, Rooney, Shalter-6., ,'
' Nays •-'4dilsiirs;%Boiero .13riner ? Beyerle,
Ermentrout Gee, M., Freon, Gernand, , floff,
Jones, Johnston, Lobos, Maxton, McCurdy,
Moors, Richards,Roland, Rohrbach, Van
Leer, Ritter, and Walter-20. , •, ,
Mr. Roland,' Chairman of Secondary
ICommittee, moved that Mrs. Paulus bo ex
empted from attendaneo at the Normal
School. Agreed, to. ', ,
Mr. Hoff, Chairman of Primary Commit
tee, reported the nomination of Miss Eliza
beth Mason, as Assistant teacher in Second.
Male Primary School, 4th section, in place
of Miss Mary J, Frees, resigned.
Dr. McCurdy, Chairman of Milano 4gorn•
mittee reported a recommendation' Of ths
to exonerate Isaac, Helder from
the collection of certain taxes for the year
1860, and moved that'' an order in favor of
Mr. Holder be drawn for $61.00, less 26 , per
cont. •for amount overpaid. • ,
The report was apprbved, and the motion
agreed to. , . ! ' , ,
Mr, Moyle, Chairman of the Ldaal Com
mittee, in Brd section, reported the follow
ing bills, which wore ordered to be paid i •
Fox, Hagy & Co., chimney tops, &0., •
in Brd section, • ' , • , .- $l6 20
Josiah Thompson, carpenter work, •
Brd section, 64 98
John P. nautil i _ re p airing stoves, &c.,
• Brd section, . . , . 48 88
Mr. Roland, Chairman Local Committee
in Ist section,- reported the following bills,
which wore ordered to bepaid: , , . .
John Sinithinger, 2/ days' . labor in 2d •
section, ~ • " °lsB 75
Peter Brown, sand and. lime, 24 see. 285
J,Keely, sawed shingles, 24 section. 120
B.' Koch, repairing and cleaning , . 24.
1 8 m
John pinkie, work at school house,.
24 section, (i 50
Mellott & Kinsey, 2 payement grates,
24 section, , . • i , • 340
Fox, lingy & Co., 2 Oinil.„,,, , itops, 24
• section, , 3 10 00
Andretv,Davis, 24 feet flag 'atone, 2d
' section, C o . ,Eisenhower, Fink & • , 9 hours
work, second section, • ' ''. :'• 262
Mr. Hoff, from . Local Committee in '6th
section, reported the foll Owing bills, , which
were ordered to be paid : . ,
John W.%oiders, painting at High; •• : ‘1
School building, . $ 201'6
George Solders , laying pavement,: . •
'High School building, . . 17 00,
Chnst, Elie% 569 feet flag stones,'
High School building, ' ', • 55 50
Martin ::Richards, 11 days' • work, .
• lime, &c.; High School building, ' 18 , 60
Witman & Worley, 1,9431 feet nth ,
1 facial pavement, :high .School
building, \ .
Wm. Bridegatu, repniring , stoves,
• &e. in, 6th sectihn 7 . 80 76
Mr. 'Boyer, Chairman ' of Committee on'
supplies reported the folloiving bill, which
was ordered to be paid : ---
1. W. 'Harper, 2 school:registers and •
2 blank books, , ' . $55 21
• Mr. , Van Leer, Chairman of Local Com
mittee In 4th section, reported the following
bills, which were ordered to be paid: •
Eisenhower, Fink &Co. intik-, , •
- ing 'fence i at school bu ilding,' . $163 89
Fjaderiek Barth, hauling '77 loads
(Around, 4th sectiop,
Josiah Thompson, repairing liehoei , i
houses, 4th Section', - - `• • 19d
;an 'Miler, Mending lecke; 4th •
'section, - •
Aaron Greenleaf, hauling bricks .
hnd dirt, 4th section, •• ' .
John W. Settlers, painting school
house, 41h section ! , ' 85 59
J. B. Brown, sand and coal dirt,4tb c . `
section, ' - ' ' • - .. . . 450
Wm. D. Shatell, carpenter work, •
lumber, b., 4th 'section,' 10 og
Ritter & ,Co.,publishing notice for • . .•
propesala tolhild achobt ',house, %' : i i
house, 4th, sectimi, • 2.60
`Evening Ditpateli,pUblishing ice' •
-for proposals to , build ' school' ; •
• 4th•section, , •
Hiram S. Fry,balffing dirt and ley- •
elling, 4th section, , '' ' : 1 • • • 11'60
Win. Gints v eleaniag briclui; 'level- ' 4' ' ' .
ling; &c., 4th section, --`' • • Too
Lewis Gable, curbing' and paving, ", ,
4th section,, ' • ' ' 24 ,80
4, P, Dauth, coal btekets; stova.' ~
pipe, &0., 4th Sectiini, ' 880
Samuel Sponagle t plastering , and
raorter,4th seettop, , • ,'' ~
*Boykin to,M)1441100 ) ,Pai•Ptt ,
I.loek, &0.,.4th 'section, • ' 470
Smith & biaderrpainting end glazing , ;• ,
_ 1 in 4th section, ' • ' ' ' • $3194
Mr, &iner t /Chairman of Loral Committee
in sth: section, reported the following bill's,
which wore tottered to' bevaid e, ' , . . '
Buthauan '& .Hullinger,plastering
. ial ;.
'' '6th Section, ' :, '4lB 60
4014 ' , .. -_,-: '\': -•' 462
''4,lwJa priner, 881 y . srde wieds l ,lls l , r 44
in . bdiaceticin,, , ` , i- , - ..i, •
;,, . ' •
: i4rB ,.b tvi u scaup t.stli tterVsir.
,'lvr:i i2l:is -
`lfni. 'Bride. ••,i,Uns-oof an rep ~••.' ' `-' :•-
•'''' ii 4, at 1 giko4qol,, . . tin s 1
011Mot1011 bttrPite. tliketl6l6l ) . it billta '
seated foklightaintrods on the illglr tic otil,
Boildil was referred back tai the
•)1. 1 :
teoTdr: /h4rcizonsidefsilloW 1 i 1 ' i 1 ,
Mr: a en - min alabludved that tha ;Tea.
Enter be itiet:ed tO make a statement at the
.nOO meeting of, he 801.a4, or 1 1 10 ; 11 1° 0 , 4 9 f
Money eollectad orrilin duplicates orgiePrts
sent: year, the amount disbursed ' , and I,liti
parpOaes for iliieli tlicatinti iirsieeitiandeik
Agreed to. 2 ' " \ :' ' (• l• 1 - ' . . , j - ' . .
.4 , - ~
On motion of Mr. Doff, a bill •
kir n new roof on the 11,igti School Building,
Was ordered not to ho paia, pritil.,tho A-Ant'
should bemeasured. '' • ' "
• 'Mr. Uiprli ta'oviAl &it 'lli° LUctil COrniiiiV
tee an School Proprty in ad section, be on.
thorizod and direct to hay of Mr. John
f_ipchn, the part of the lot in th e rear of the
Fr4tikliti atreelachcoi Mrs°, at's' prieel not
exceeding $l, .1,• ~ • •• •
-, ; i
' The motion i s distigreid to.
.. t „
• : Mr. Boyer; airman of ecantnittee on .
Supplies, , submitted the following proposals
. far furnishing coal to the school houses.
~.. '' L • I teAeliio, Sept:2lst, 190*
t UtimMittea . on Suppl ies of 04101de:710 $ OO 9 l
Bowl.• 80. • ' ' ; ' '''' ' ' • ' '' '.
I . Sir:--1: propose to deliver through thollfo
"Ina coal yar, well wane(' tato hundred
(200) tons flrst , class trhiti resit egg , Co 4 I - to
the several 8011001 h91 1 84$ in hg city, et 14 0
committee may direct" at $4190 per ton of
2000 1bi1,..',. Bespootfully submitted. • 1
' ;,, ; v . , : , T . L Shalom. R. liLtits4Eir.'
' : iscitnici,,tept. 21st, 1808. 1
i HoCtil KRIOK:—WiII supply the Board'
,iitlAonl at $5.87. '
READINet 'Sept. 21st, 1808.
M. IC.' Boyars , Esq—Dear Sirs—We will
furnish•the publiO schoold 'of ithe ;city f
heading with 200 tong of Kear Bro.` & Co's.
*hit° ash egg coal at $4.79 .4 per ton. ,
I. . Respectfully yours, .
. , PEACOCK & 011TII ! '
Mr. 'Hoff moved to award tho contract to
Samuel Markley, as lie was thoilowest bid.
dor. , Agreed to. , '- ` i
On motion of Mr. Llagenniaii, Certain our
gestions Contained in the city duterintend
ent'a report, relative to discontinuing recess
in the dehOols,and to getting tickets or cards
printed for occasional distributidn among the
pupils, as revards.of merit, wero taken up
for consideration,. " • •:. .
Mr. McKnight nioved to diacontinuo the
Morning and afternoon recess hereafter, and
in place thereof, to shorten tho half day sos.
sions ono half hour , each, as follows,: The
morning session to open at 0 o'clock and
close. t 19o'clock a. .M., and theafter
noon session to open at 1/ olelockand close
at 4,O'olockp. / in.," throughout the year.—
This regulation to apply to all., the , Schools,
except tho High School.
Mr. G. 'M, Ermentrout offered as an
amentlinent, that the half day sessions be
shortened ono•fourth of an hour instead of
Ono-half an hour. ' .. '
The amendment was disagreed to.
' Mr. M,eKnight's motion was then adopted.
On m o tion of. Mr. Aagenman the city •sn'
perintendent was directed to prepare
forms for reward tickets and to submit them
for approval' at the next meeting of the
Mr. Fry moved that a /committee be ap
pointed to inquire into the expediency of
erecting a building on tho High School lot
to be used as nn office for the, BoArd of Onto ,
. Said committee to report at the next medt
,ing of the Board.
The motion was agreed to; and the Presi•
den t appointed the following committee:
' Messrs. Fry, Hawley, Beyeile, Miss, Ger
Mr. Wallin, Chairman of Special Cotmnito
tee, to proper rules tuovern the Board in
granting the se ofschool rooms for Sunday
School purposes, submitted the following
READINO, Sept, 21st; 1808.
,To the Board of School Cohtrollere of the
city of Reading:
OminuarEN: —Your Committeoll* ted
for the purpose of reportinf wha - t's*t lif
any, the Board of School Gontroll44 uld
requirobeforp the school housokait ij by
Sabbath pchools and other putt** , eaVe
Ttiat the Board ?of School Controllers
should'require,froui each and every applidant
or applicants, a bond to be approved by the
President qf this Board, in the sum of $5OO
for each 'L4ebool 'house• or room occupied
This 0- - take
is seenrity,to be for the . pueposo
of securing this Board egaitist any loss that
may arise - by reason of the negligent or
abuse of the, school
. properly. All of
which reseeetfully submitted,
(Signed) s u. r .Committee.
, ' LEWIS BRIBER. J
Op motion the report was received, and
the recommendation approvied.
4Str. Walter also presented an application, i
from tho choir of the St. John's Lutheran-
Church, for permispion
,to use the upper'
room in the Poplar alloy Schbol House, on
Tuesday evenings, for the practicing meet
ings of the association.,
Mr. G. M. Ermentrout moved that the ]
application be favorably considered, and the
- request granted. Disagreed to.
Mr. Moors, from Local Committee in 241,
section, reported that the lots in Franklin
street, proposdd by him at the last meeting,
had been purchased for $6,600, and that the
nebessary papers would be made out in a
'short time. He moved that the officers of
the Board be' directed , to sign the aiticles of
agreement, and to complete the purchase.—
Agreed to. . •
Mr; Beyer, from Local Commiltee in 4th
section, informed the Board that the lots be.
yond the rope' walk,mentioned by hitd at the
last meeting, could not , be . . bought, as Ur.
Jaekspn, the owner, had Werae4 hini they
wereqot Tor 'sato. ", ,
On motion the BoarttiOlaiifs4,
Jottx D, . BAENES Sec.
AT tiio public sale of building lots in Le
banon, on Monday, the, following named
"eititens of Reading invested s
Thomas Stott, 1 lot, _ $lO5 •
Daniel garlett, 1 46 105
George Dieffenbaeb,' 2 . lots, i - 210
The let, pr,ee,nrpd by Mr, Barlett fs s cot.
LIMIT his just received a large lot of
pure, fresh - chugs and TnedkeineS, Of all
kinds: t ThoSoi 00 desire the puro ' atli 1e
(and who dace, not?) we, would 'advise thinn
to go to Illm.;lllarrlies are4easonablo,and
,hewait4 up,on Al Ins Customers a:prornet
,and tentlevanly Minaer. A)1 prescriptions
aro put up in the most Careful manner, and
thewis', no - dangers of any, mistakes
Th e: p pc m, toilet
articles for sale;—oils; Washes, soaps,
brushes, combs, 4te,i • - .
Remember the, place--No. 1 North Fifth
.12Irti1ctirn'Itit'd 'Windori Shadie and Pape*
tneflP, at • r• • 0. H. ebtootnala,
. • ~, -.-, , „ , :, p,qtrg_4llo* fr. , ~;
9 fleet ,* '",i.• 4 .• 43 91 Imola lots, ,r .
aVY4 il* tWiti,tail Si trOuter.:
‘ gat* ele ell'lWealtir, ' jto l itock ilf.
." Witid li. Vi. - I ....oistt•' * ' ' .' •
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L.—Turn out. In foree.,at the Dentoeritte iteit
. klec o iviWitit . ol4ol*.y. evenles, et
o'eleiek, • . • Sept t3-1t
;THE Pair, vOl l contieito ilia wbo o o this
'ireek, closing' oh' ilitit'itlayttftet**; l -
1.. .#, '.„....7 4- ,A... i ' ,
IMR. WILLIAM IlAtify . ot Inte - ' - tity, sh ot,
ytaterdiy, it uifood ' :ife! : !tooth of
this 'city, ei g ht grey nod fai .5..11 r Klliirele ? `
A suffietent uoiber ref A 1 , . , .„t .ple.. • •
; Tit* feet itort'af• thtiVirta , iiiociltOle4 ,
of this City ill•toke_phtee 00 alinrailite: 4 *
',lies,. Qot., O f At Jipyi3tOne . uperet• 00$01
411011 'P '- gitY 1 454 pltios,ao tilt() Piestrreeteo;;,-/
Basait..ooirs.:--14 is ropottoct Oho a
Ing (tart'', o% narrishuri t On' the ',l4banon
Railroad: Rovoral ears tontaloing vtativible
freight s viol% precipitated . ' , over 40 bank
into the canal., The RoadiagAirrockera *oat
to the' seents 'orni straightened' , up mitten
?gain. Tkily Wtornod tO,tkiaeitilailt`terOn.
,Ntiv ;' otirrininiT;44...very - vigorous
counterfe i s64ressnry note hi in circulition,'
The east t. mode of detection is by the green
oruainoo en'griving lonsthirlse across the
iiiiildleoitthibill, which in the counterfeit
is of s peer color. and,. sUsequontly "hack
brighter look' thSn tho'.derk, green of ,the
original, Been under the uilcillt*P o ' Mg
oligraTi of the- counterfeit is coarser than
the or . gindlood there are smile. inipiace ,
mentor omissions, init to`tho 'naked '. eye it
prosen4 a genuine appearance., " ~, ,
A Ma. Monomer lira • th Pottstown,
He 'went to 'Philadelphia a few days, on a
Visit. 'While there ho met a man by the
name of Felix Deforge, and inquired of him
the way to the depot of the Philadetphia'&
Reading Railroad Company, 'The stud pe•
forgo volinteered to show the, way; and also
expressed a 'desire to go to "Pottstotin'for
work, and Mr.' Henan* in, kindness 'of:
feral*, assist him ! and gave him' Money,
enough to get two tteketir, and allowed . himl
to carry • his valis,e. - Define repaid this
kindness by disappearing in the crowd lithe
depot. He was captured, howover, a few
inmates aiterwards,by'a policeman ,whOhad
.watched hiin and suspected:him, •A, heat.
ing was had before Judge Allisen—Cour
Quarter Sessions—yeaterday, and. the
cused was sqnteneed to one year in the c '
ty pris,on. ~1 •
ValioBlllr IfOptlX; No.:7 1 1. A, A &Mae
organized and initiated on Handel) , evoing
last, and the followirig•otlicers installed::
J.,Pc M.—Harry Ir. Birnin, •
R. B.—Geo. K. Helms.;
F. S.-'-Howard sagle. •
A. R. B.—Alex. Print& ' • •..
• T.—James Di. Saudis. • • - '
Chap.—Riehard W. Lakb. '
Con.--Wm. H. Koch.
Azt. Oon.—Wro. 8011;1411er. .
0. T.—Franklin Hain. , • -
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DEMOCRATIC FLICI 214101NR.-r4RO Demo.
orate of Second Ward will have a'grand flag
raising next 'Saturday evening, 'at,7 o'clock !
at the Second Ward Housoot Jacob WentT
el. The Democracy cif Reading and vicinity
are cordially . invited t 9 attend, . •
The following speakers will be'preient :
It C. Becker, Ea q„ Capt. 0. F. Baer Daniel ,
Ermentrout a Laucks; dqd H :
Dernocrats,triin cut in force,and assist your
tried and trge Doieocriktie brethren of .the
Second Ward in getting up 'a grand
Go'early, and show your zeal for the good
cense by a turnout 'that will astonish the
Radicals. - • •
EDITOR Esau. :—The Pispatch is a'very
curious paper. It wants to' know all about
Brick. P-omeroy'l ' speech,' and is anxious
that all the peoplo shall know it. •
Well, thea, ho explained to us, and proVed,
that the workingtrien, the farmers, in short
the great Masa of the peoplo who did
their duty in" the last war, and • wko
got for their great sacrifice's the aggregate
amount of. $6OO, are Fore ' d' to pay to the
bond•holders-and aristocrats more than dau
hie. the amount in gold. The Radicals are
on the side of the aristocrats, the Democrats '
want to lesson the burdens of
the people, and won't consent to it. It is not
enough for the bloated bondholders that the
peoplo ,endarod all the miscbief attics war,
but in the time of.peace, they shall fatten'
that aristocracy with the bard earning s of
their Work t and whoever won't 13 übrnit is a
rebel. Is it not ao, Mr.' Dispatch ?
.-‘`i'VebiEse.ty, Sept. 28. L-
The Spanish rebels :have 'captured, Cadiz ) ,
and ,formed a Provisional 'government .in
Seville, and the rebe,ii is rapidly inereas..
ing. An insurrection in , fairor [ of a republio
is also reported in Souther ,
,ftily. , -.
' The' Retretiehment Co `
mi)tee . yesterda y
begtm its ' lnvestigatidn o , e Catilses of the
~of, tho 'Reveible qupo:tii;
sore. Among the, wipeasea, examined were
Secretary lieCalloeh and CoitiMissioUer Rol.
lie Sioux and blinienne Indians, now lo•
cited• on the Republic river, refuse to re ,
move to their no reservations on ,the
A call, 'for,' an organized, opposition ,tq
Goneral Butler's reelection to COngress is
reeeiving'signatuies in the.: 1111,k . hfassachi•
Aq ( IPle' Blo P_Pleutred Yel!' 43 rfi,tirP l °.ntirig
'in Rickards :4% VdtPlanck'S 'oil retlnerY t . at
Jersey City. Two men were killed mid two
itijuredi and.s2o:ooCo worth c of , oil was'ton
The Roe Mil) ?; in West rhiladelphia l
burned earlyyeaternay inotnog. Lose sBs;.'
Njo , - •
The 11etiolutionftose Company of Phila
delphia ItostOn yiiteiday t anii
were Department Of
that city. ,
is thought the :,(lovernsiest Wilt 10,401
'tiOthing ' bf thci teteiit- defaletitiO, v
~ ,00 ,
'l ) T$W O c! ) : , D. 6 O l 4 4 # Ol : tp' . .,*; • ''; . - , lisngs,
'Oioputyitiriiielit ttkoSovEr 166404
be ie i
'Ageeeety rreeliale4l4oo A. ~, 4;•iirfyi
e n tered by the preseeetion, imul the i r ealkin '
Atwined by ec 46 0 1 4 0 #4 01 4.# 14 . )
, , !therOsAlcular, tot* riot at Oariilla t
14 4 1 1 f4afistOt ratoll4 l l 4 l
and wounded `in tl e Oft**. t 4 6
•ritot fornie4 the , 'intdect of s, toortimHU.
nkAtion by the Cbziverner =be the
Legisiature;'and that bodf haal idopted riP
Otis, Waning the negme4 4Tbeing APOL .
:Tho riot has been the subject of atouference
bitween'the Preisident luld S c 4Tf ist V* 4 '
field t and will be further investigated
II) lia f w Orleans 'Wait, i nighi i a fight *O.
red bet Ween liadical and:Ooniervitive dal*
ind44tal stntta wetpflred lit, atreetti hp 44
nO'onoiiitzi Wawa th 134 kili4d.i r ,' W
I I ,
/*'"V.1...'".," $ \A , Tun ancient, prod inetttha !
141 YmPho l i Naiaile• and ,the o ,nktek4d 'gni;
flowing tresses which' made the ehried by
their opsterit of eaith. Vat they arose out Of
thowee foam or bathed in fountains r lathed
kito reortal hands‘ and kept their 'Wks of,
$44/oakdark and hofrowi t :n4ollo
hit iiik,n . 44 of itink's V4Atiktsl4'., Wm* ,
which pa domg the 0411110 thing fol. t Dowd.
of peep) input day. - sept Ifl•lm' '
' • Tap A r rt o klat, sots oft, P . 0 114 m his op s
ow the tltt dri spell t: - zat AatAr so_ogosi
wow SO lOW at y, re:44Na. tlom tn* tem' is
had to uso oo!ki to them oitor t!to trout spottt.
To-ui t )rrow •the river 4111 be moistened toy the
lipgri ling cart; to keep the dug from worrying the
Wbikt esith the " poet of the eeepnit•:',.!• • •
I wad not die in Ortam i • •••
'With Pesobeg 4t fez • 4.
When the troy hoffie to rrilpe,••, •• •
AndAandidetei tits treit tin " '
' ilkaialla bleat rin • •• . 1
• • niekory nple t ie t thie os • r •• .
041 who romp% pit 0 drip'!' , 1
' Ur eVen gitttn 010'P • • •
Iterneeqtier, Toiler's 034.0, 034 Zinn Illtirit;
• lePt 23 'u, ` 't • 1.•
' .04 4' /W.; Banliiii ' à:l6l6Hk' etti 'iambi
, ' .. :,-1-.. 5. : citiOtpoiollows: •
14° A! 41 ' te rl' 2 4*l l 4
Id:U. S. 5'.1883 y'. • n i
• • •• •• .4 • - "., "- 114 ' •
: elf D0..641,8ivairy5;dthi. ,,,, ..• , .6 -,, 1 ,
4W •St 5 Si 0-7 Pd. oy,—. -
wit U.S. , ew .• - ....• -', . - ;1; ,'-- • s'. 1 .
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'eW , • t o /NS. \ ~•; '.. . :4• .;,,' X :,,' '.: ii; t
11 31 011fOrkt il f::( 1 1:0!ti/le::" '' • 1 i t
old in ailing ushoh Bros.. . 4- - 142,k
RF,i‘intr Hpinig!sq*,' MesicEF
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' '' Sept. 4 180 k
BUSTIIV a4 relli di irn le 1bW..„i..i.,.1
• tint& „ , . ' t •141•4•••••••io!livant ~,,, !$$ AO
iiiip 11),, ,4 ,i , ifii4ii , . f! ,
8 — en
VOO ga dorm
AryLu-st,t ril glow , ' .. •,, :AI
filtdatilltr-. . ' . ' L 1... t
NA7"Beefslenk, robed VI p„...,.,i,0 , ~
4. ;.1 pi . i r ci p, ,::
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' • IMIL , J6 , , . tiolo.ego .
'"• . ee dr ied , . . ".< .i , , ra. '4 • ,
e s t etztleut, \ „ 1 '-f .;
...I. . onops, 1 8 ' 1
.II . Mutton . , ~" o,...V•irt,tatoteklill4 e l
li ,', Mutton . . ~ . ,•• of i ~.ta i
14 I es s tew, . • - 41, . - 1..,1,,,...; ' ' is .
.". . 'Unfair* fresh, " .... 4.1 ,
fflt z (—=llama
smoked-. 1 1 . 1
"Sliced, ' I' . V LROOLDIIB '
...rocienir—eh Idke d n r is og l s iv oi l. I.:
al Turkles live ) . i ".
" • ' Spring onlekentiP pair. ..... c 78o®100
CARPETS t CARPETS I 1 . f, , ',. ' ' ''.•
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. •B. 11, MARKEEY 84 CO., " •
•Zare. 1181'1m/I atreet t .lietoto Prank/in t between
-', • Sixth and &Tenth tdreete, .
ItespootrallY inform the °Miens of Reading pnd
vicinity, that they are manufacturing the very hest
Ingrain, all-Wool earpota, ever o ff ered in this city,
Latest patter and colors . Wholesale and retail
at,New York r im.. • •
Wo invite t Eipublie to eiamine'Our goods before
purchasing elsewhere, and aavo 28 per cent, Buy.
out of first hands and save money •
, Rept Is - Imes - • • B. 11. MARLEY &•00.
•. C . O.A L ! C . O . A ..1:4
v'OTIOEI TO. TUE PEO PLE OF READING
II and vicinity.--Owlng to t q great and growipg
demand for the celebrste Coal. and ‘he
imposition sometimes prie ice upon the consum
ers, I have deemed it best f or the interest of all,to
exclusive sale of the above opal in the
hands of Messrs. °BERT & W., and BRILL &
DRYERLE, of this place, at whose trade can be
found at all times a constant tinkly or all sites •
FRANK W. lIAZZAItb.
-sot PIA tv Agent for fihipperS
K RYDER 'it CO., ••
• ManufokOttarerig of ' •
Oelebrated Toni° Herb ~ B itters.,
•, • ,
WINES AND . LIQUORS.
‘ 4l l B 9 ogO iti l l e Agents for //OLIVA vIIRIVALLIIO RU
No 121 'North Third, etreot,
, • , P/lILADIMPULA. ,
For sale at the Emile BoOkttore.
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'BRFIVBEttittAPINPISP-NEWA T. ORit,
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o r ds shit tar OW flfSitk iit i n
relight woe, be orb o ' clock pA i lit or for
ag at foot of maid atreet;_ /low ark, before 4
o'olook r will bodelived i ttli A Int
outrods 113e0.. , 1,2 11%, II 4 ,
W 1 ridsht Algot. M. 4 oho to, . •
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mat it 104,1,61 4
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iTo altotioto havoati a iiparrilttiii Mot
( 14igiteot ciao of Oki tn . ; 11000004 C 1 11111 4 **S . "
4oaca to ova shad* sososoopAtiomis
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t AlWaso so to the ailatt.„:Thodwada otoicomitol koooo*
that thlo to I* &Oak,* a toot t4inat ottoatroyeroT; • ,
gad oloil9,4l4eatioa of 1/oclaroatt paretic* ttit tacit
. ocoptict4 014 1 4 4 0 1. truli'lfriaidai Priktta •:, i„iY; -
owdziwom Tits . WO* •
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with itt virtuei Wit beitu it t
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NEW FALL GOODS!
'Nero selected, 10 'th e City of ?ew, , 7 l tprlt ß f itl4
-will be bed poacili , af nt prices
•': '.1O! those 'or ney tithe 7 ,
Gent MCll l 4l,Cloihing t?iade to
Boye' f ,-,plothirig popaykntly„oe bottd Ond
made to order. • •
The; Stook of Fornishi4 Goods br . deeided#'
the beat (lamest 'otorteivo_ in the • - •
~ , t'ell;\eee 'and
The mere faot'of havlrii theiterifeee of the eels- -
114,4 . cutter.. 'Air., 1411,0. 049:11,p, 4,01041,0 '
go' aranteg that all saimeatsl4lll bote4P4P. 04 •
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