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PETER EloAl touvr, of Perry.
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tylTillAo3, 'l4 ieti plitigi of 116:4116g.
r_yh meat tlir"te
• anatton• of, Very Spode* Of Prop ,
. ethertne,i for the Govern
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• borer 01111eO•holdor t IPonoloner, 1401.
,Alep t jegpiW39roosialt Bond-liolder
Migfail 0 OF r g I I I4 P IO,I OERATIC
' '`' . tiTpinititi otimnrrirsie.
TIM tioniociatitr . fitnittling Committee of
Bilks County ate retpieritod to mect.pt the
Ifeadvtarters of t e Demoeratio City Club,
third story of Jame Qtl' . a. building, opposite
the Keyetottopotni ; puSuturgay, September
26thy ON, at one o'oloek 1 1 ; M. The Com•
mitteo of limit yettr end the' Ciitittnittee aP ,
cpelnted by the
. lafe.Coiinty . , Convention,
'tdsether with the candidates , rocently notni
.ehtetli ere earneatly reTtested , tobe present.
IlMilltesa of, great . importance' will bo k laid
'before then). ity.order of ,
' ' DANIEL Hi t MENT ItOUT, Chairman;
' Ittintrm, September 11,•18659;) , :
Tirw resulta'of arming the. •ionthorn no
grope may. be Rem in the bloody riot at Ca.
mills, Georgia,' Welt 41 a natpral remit of
the itadica) policy of rceonstraction.
, can any lavpabiding citizen encourage and
•41140110 010 aeto of Ruch a murderous and
revolutionary 'organisatioa aR the Radical
partrof the provout day ?. ,
ORN't oEoltux.o..Mpco:l.l , Ait b7lik;cl . front
EISTO0)01;4? lqt,h inst, ilo isoxpecod to
lork oi) VOtinestitly of next- „f t hoq4,4o i nrrt , voln time fie will visit
714, PePtoer4ol-Pf ,giVe
PAPOths,til w°l o Pew' •• , ” '
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,itte given to Poet Nb.,
O. '.t e k`.‘n.Vett ttvilahnrg, twelveliMand-,
Or' Nisi" iatinott,' with all the equipments.`
Those' DeMberats who imagine that the
' Itadieid ica r tlera hate no dealgatt against tho
peaee'of tho country; limy yet' repent of their
miatoice: l Farawarned ig fereartned, and we
*urn tile, 'Donioe f raby that , theltadleale wilt
alteniptici make' (Mita• Preeddebt by foto;
If othlyr; Meant fall,"unleas the DeMocrata
are organited that theirtntimloa date
not ateompt . such kt , !,outbreak. Dentoeratic,
readyfor;thetn . l : ' •
littriedOwte eonvletalitede their eteepo
• from"thedititte PrINO4 tit Bingfilhig,po Aon•
dey,,hy jmiztog # eptll eleopluat, Re. abe t ell
: 1 1 PProll Oki) rhea to diiiherge a laid o
• matt k petflliir, Oil securing
. the tti l / 4 ) 'deo
timid la the hold of i the 'weasel. While 0
• pertleb of the petty pet , tho ploop abegt i
494 , ill trto,r, th? oppositts,pbors oft!!
by of ere ilmoned the tua'rd to
' b'ala th irtlOfit Ircifitom, thus et loin
• theme Ivok from the lire of the guard oa`thb
;• 4 41mitti 'limy Xeitched: the :,oppoolte ••,ehere
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/ViI t PAILIAY,AiI D4a.--rtullier infelbr
ogee; even h praztliao acint . ces t a tate4 that
• theittithii tie. the 'Par*nyan gatrisori
an the pan a g ate ( tent ,'ilii4sita too* place
after tea days desperate struggle, when the
Piereguaputalug),..teeett thkee days without
food p vi l lgAn&pgAmpt i tti4 I,* proastratcd
bs , estinafbz, Me cOaditiatuk 'thou .atipa
, late!! thaftheifidiofild eitkt twferted teiterve
4 4PalguLoPeft Old Sbeold•Pbonse their nwa
P 14 1 11,61 .OEOO7 4fiilllitd natiPUBA
AcoOrd 14 te .pen tl uigt 1 illasha wail
41.'4trytvetik peitit' lila dtifvpieeitiOd ititirild
'?lihierobeett ospthredle:w ego: Ute , eitaco,-
.!itioil waving' reteratfl r relark fen/ riftte ,
4efeteit was disenyeind, y t 9,141he5• '4l
is now alta,Weetiiii.,pol at the alli
• lellnlotreOf,T*6otriy th9l4 Oat To ..
•.,r n, f,•!,rt . liitiewei '-. 'o= t,..;-' , i
kAt. Da, rood 1441 1 .:N01ei ,Itioricktfr, oat
ottemist Irian outrages Jo A ustratta, so
I, tittittio l . fe bl*nlnirdiniadrlitl'eWntlit4 3
that they do not rtitv4l‘ 3l q4o l ll ''1 114 4 /
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'Many of the ' oda of, e riot , it , Otimil4
Ilia., on Stittirda ' est, it* exaggerOed
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incorrect,;-; The , rillolitiogh the atatatneni co
the Sheriffef /di ehell'emmty, • iworti to:' by
himself and other prominent citizens. ' It is
addressed to the members of the Legislature:
i "On Saturday ! the 19th inst., it wail made
lenoun to the citizens that John Murphy, ,Of
lbany, peer '
a, bad: Wiled a circulay,', and
eretly circulated the stun among the cg-
Br“ Men Millis county, ordering , them 'to
bring their arms with them to •' a e olitibal
meeting ntlyertieed for.thet day.* this place..
This information was Coirohorsted by state•
merits made by. Robert Cochran, Br., . Thos.
Jones add others, who .eame, from tt toad' in
the direetion,ot Albany t stating that armed
ire roes were assembling itf, large bomb ers.
tit china Grove Church, waiting for the 41.
Ogation from Alban,headed by said Idorphy
and Pearce , ' ' candi date' for congreett,', who
Were. to be speakers for, the, occasion, •At
the request of cilizenii, lilr..J: Fem., Sheriff ) ,
pith a committee of sii other eitizeuS; *eat
out to moot said procession, and-to ..protest
against stilted negroes being marched latro-
Cession is our town,and to state to thim din.
tinetly,ithat ittbey's would lay down-their
.arms, ire objection would be' made to their
pawing town, and holding their . political
meeting. The Sheriff delivered this, _nonage
to Murphy and Pearce,leaders of the was,.
Sion, and they replied that they ,fitid nothing
to do with these armed men, the guns We,
longed to them, and they were in the habit
of carrying them wherever they,vient. - - '
Thotheriff replied, "As a peace o ff icer, it
was his duty under the law to forbid • tho ati• ,
Oetnhiagq Drat we inn at political meetings,
offd astiored them ttuttlf they entered '' the
`town with their while and banners, followed
by atMeff Men, as they ..;;fiere, that -there
,would bo ft breach-of the-peace ; an d that 'he
,would, not be responsible tor the
ces&Shortly‘afterwarde the colu mn moved
linto•tho town in regular order, headed-14
Pealte, Candidate for Congross , nnd one Put
ineyl.whte,.in a buggy, armed with a deuble•
;barrel shot-gun; a Spencer rifie,And two pis
tols,*with.a quantity of ammunition, as:was
afterwards meertained;next 4 four-horse WA
: gon;contnining a band and a number of arm
ied next followed a column ofnegro
men on foot, between 800'and 400, attended
by:a about twenty mounted outriders. . , ,
At Feast one-balf, if net two-thirds, wore
.armed. with guns, and moat ,of them with
: pistols. ' Music playing, and crowds, and
noisy and threatening in their conduct.—
, Murphy, and'one Philip Joiner, (negro) in' d
;buggy. in the rear. .As the head of the,cel
iinan A preached the square, one of, our eh:.
,atnes ,Tolitni, who was intoxicatedsap
roac ed within aTow steps .of the column
and ordered the, mettle to stop , ' which. was
'not dope.. Tho column moved on, end lii,hon
about twentyyards from hint' his gun was,
Ura l :whether intentionally or . not is :not
known, but it was pointed in o different 'Ai.
rection, and the .shot struck' thq , ground
oho* We've feet from him. ' The colnten
Brest tt ;Volley. Bomb oflhoM shot at Joiner,
but moat of them in the 'direetion of Maple's
store,thirty or forty steps from the Coliseum,
ht wit:chi:lnce there were a number of our
citizens, all unarmed.
immediately about twenty of our citizens
sprang to their arms and fired into the, •col•
umu, by Which two negroes were killed and
a number wore known to be wounded... The
negroes iminedintelY broke_ to a thick - alto:-
ter of timber, ono hundred yards 'nertii.. or
the court house.. At thift point there was an'
attempt Made by, Pearce to rally' his-''routed
foredo.. Oar ettizons immediately, to the
number of abed' thitiy, pArt'Of them mount
ed,'Mado a charge ! and completely ; routed
the whole force, .rierce , flying to the woods
and fields, and'3liirphy arid Phil,' Joiner es
caping in a buggy up the road towarda'Albe
ny. , Seven negroes were killed. • l?roin the.
beat inform:donate have been able to pro
,eure,between thirty and forty were Wounded,
all of whom have been properly cared, for...
It is 4 soneee of deep regret that the eak
mitons consequences of this affair foil '.ox-'
einaively open the poor deluded negroes, let
on by wicked white mon—Murphy, Pierce .
'end l'utney—who made good their escape in,
the hour of danger, with but little injury to
themselves. e This result is tube attributed'
' m o r n to the sharpness and shrewdness of
these gallant leaddrs, Who aoceeeded in, ef
feeting their escape, then, to nwunt of Mien
den tm.the.pnit of oitipcople., .We hereby
disavow any !online°. or. intent on the part of
purseives or our citizens to violate the lat'y
or peace of the State In what was dime. We'
were willing, and so expressed , oursolies.to
those leaders,for themito hold their political
meeting at the court house in our town if
tlio n egroes werndisaimed;but we did think,'
and still think, that it was our duty to 'au
the orders.of the Sheriff as a civil' officer of
this,State io breaking up thin unlawful ' as
semblage, We 'feel ns if their.nuinbers vast-.
ly exceeded that of our citizens present; that
if this meeting had taken place the lives of
tn r wives and children would ho at the •iner
e,of an infuriated mob. While the cense
q :mos are to lie regretted we do not boast
of what was done by our people; we feel that
they have but discharged a painful
posed upon theni by wicked, and ' corrupted
mennow engaged in leading astray into acts
.of lawlessness the, colored people , of our
Couniry. We 4ppeol . to the law-Making pow.
or of 'G eorgia and thit lawful,. authorities of
the Government to , cheek • the progressof
those strolling criminals that aro prowling
.about the houses and ,disturbiag.' the peace
anti uiet of our "War stricken people. , ,
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' Bay. Faber ' Duggan, pastor of , the
Catholic church' at New Brunswick, New,
Jersey , a few nighti since Caught two.bmr ,, l
glare breaking .up the silyer candlestieltsil
goblets,, &c. i in the church, for the 0 n rpos 4
Of carrying, them away.. , The Bovermid ge&
tlemati seized the sca mpss by their collars,
and withOut.' assistance took, them before-a
illfitiee t who committed them:for trial. A
, plucky pastor! . :. ..
• —The Now York Demoerhey pre making
arrangements' for a torchlight precession, to
contain 75 clubs and 85,000-men. ,
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—A now railway line is to be built to con
poet at St. - I4uig.Witir Omaha, Nebraska. In
this way St,' Louis, .expects 'to tap th§ Pa
cific rail:44'llnd ge ,nhead :af.ifqr Pim*
rivals. '' _ •‘•
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• --in Wntsnw , tho P,Olish hite*.diriversiwore
recently ordered to adopt the Russian cos
tume.. The did" so t but• fOigot to, use Rua
sisx whips, anti were all arrekted nod fined.
•.--The New yerk ltt i t lil says that on
Igiftdday ",a,retivat•wtcs,fietd:in Kit' Ptirne.
rit'pit 'Water street. Kit, ,hOwever,ae
towite a4aTtocl i an 4
d his .'Ohristimr ad
riblos had hard!). oleared 'MI deer-way of
Olt exerekes W 07.0 parer before his dogs were
10 ling rata on time to Wo pit."
, —Taro plAildroo namo4 Conger,
'York, wore' bitten by a dog ituAugust Jost.
Both- died of hydrophobia / one on the 9th
Of. September, the-other, on the 21st. The
owner of;tho dog, hire: SlierlOOk t , was also
klittog i btit has not.yet sneered from the (ye
—MO 00'911110 o,lrwera.havo neizod l eeverit
4 44 11 0 . /JrP9k l iPt tor : l6ll4od' TiOW.
Cot 1a of ttO kOiertue laws.
ThCOuisinna o.l3Xlikt of Representatives
haa piesedia resolutioo foiihe aPpo*Oniint,
of ofittnittee to iniestittia the,
VuesdatletTeningy inifewVtleans 4
Gov. Smith, of Alibates, and fivrti
bers.of the Legislature,of that State, ate on
the Way to Washington with a mitnOrtal
iog for the protection of United States troops,
General Meade was ~
Wstudiingten yostor , ;
day s -ow his way. to Georgia, sa had a cow
&ranee with Secretly Schofield relative , to
a fraivi in that, State.
Tim 121eolgit► Senate has pissed over the .
Uovernor's veto the bill.relative to a muni
cipat election in'Augusta ;
The itetrenchinent Committee has adjourn-
Od to meet at New York; on Thursday of
next week. United States Assistant Attor
ney-General Ashton testified beforo thecom
mitteo, yesterday, that Mr. Binehley hadno
authority from his office to make investiga•
gone... • . •
The National . Leber Congress yesterday
adopted a, resolution to,fornt a National La*
bor Reform imlitteal . party. and a Contutßtee
was appointed' to issue an addressle the
working men of the country. . • '
Reposentatlies Washborno IlooPer
have, been renominated for Congress batiks !
Patrick 'ltannnill has been nominated for
.Congress bY , tbe sDemoerats of the
A mass convention 'of tho Ind4na Denloo
erats,,iras held yesterday at Indianapolis,:
Speechea worottnade by Otrals 'Blair and
lion Qeo. Pon leton, ap4 Boni,
David Gooding: •
Col: rorsyth's command oti die Ropuhl •
can river was attacked by Indiana on the
17th. Tho Indiaus . 'were severat hiuldred
strong ) while Fordyth had but'fifty soldiers.
Eieveral of the' soldiers wore killed, wade
riumber wonlided. Roinforionteuts from
Fort Walker were sent to Col. Forsythia as.
The Winking People.
i nk) second Minna meeting of the I.l4a
tional Labor Union dorrononeed its setiihns
on Monday,Jw NoW,.York city. The dele
gates were priticipallifrOnt Unions. (forty in
number) of the Alt* of Now York. Tho
Boiler - and Peddlers' , Union' of Allentown
and the Carpenters and Joiners' ,(,Union of
Rasto,n,were the only .societies from Penn
silvania that. We're re'preientod. Maryland
sent delegates front six Unions, Now Jersey
five, Illinois' threo,, 'Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Connecticut' Mad District of 'Columbia two
each, Idassachusetts Indiana and - Michigan
one each. After tiM meeting woo orgii
nized, .the Prosidont sulmiltted his an.
nunl report, giving an account of the efforts;
to secure tno passage by Congress of tho'
eight-hour law, 'and containing- suggestions
on cooperation strikes, the apprentico sys
tem, fitmalo labor ? and the forwation of
workingmen's political parties. The Pres'.
dent argued, that it was not tho intention of
Congress to reduce the pay of the working
men in the employ of the (loykriwnent so ns
to correspond with the roducliOn in the
hours of lahor t ;Ho (Putted froin the discus.
sion on the eight-hour law in' the Senate,
where Senator Sherman's amendimmt, rna
king'the rate of pay in the , national work•
shops dependent on the honra of labor,
was rejected. .In reference to cooperation,
it was stated that there are,, cloven cookiera.'
tivo foundries in oxistence, three at 'troy,
Now Ybrk ; two in Cleveland, Ohio ; nod
one at each of i t l !m'follosvingtowna and c i ties,
Pittsburg, So erset, Rochester, Chicago,
Quincy and Louisville. The President of
the, New York State Trades' Assembly 're
pored that there wore one' thousand labor ;
organizations iirthe United States,. but that
definite information had been received from
only seven hUndred. Of those Now York
lint 270,'POnnaylvania 60, Massachusetts 54,
Now Jerisay 48, Ohio 83, Illinois 01, Alia.
souri , Bo;‘liliana 281 and Connecticut 26.1
The actual number of Labor Unions in New
York, however; is, 285. A resolution was'
offered to take into conSideration the pre::
prlety bf converting .Convention into a.
,Con4ross for the eatahltshment l of , a Labor,
ReforM party, which was laid on the table.'
.Oil Monday evening; in Now
,York pity, it
meeting was held of the Working Women's
Association, which has for its object tho
amelioration of the condition of female Ors.'
Wives. 'The principal subject of discussion
was the allegation of a New York city TICAYS=
paper,' that female compositors could not
compete with the Moo in the character of the
work done. Several of tne &Mole composi,
tore stated that they had earned from $lBlO
$2O .per week, working eight hours a day,
at the rate oT4o,conts per thousand ems. It'
was furtkor asserted that female tefegraph
operators earned from $66 to ;$76 ft week,
While. he men averaged from. $BO to $125.
A propo4tion was offered to establish a
(male cboport.tivn printing °nice, which, it
,was stated, would require a capital of $2500,
to $6OOO. • .
THE Republicans aro practicing a sharp
game—at least they think they are. It is
after this style: Ono Rep. rubes abet with
a number of Denas.—theraore.the better- 7
on result of the election. Tho object id
view is to stoilthe Uems. from voting. If the
Rep shoaldlose his vote be gains in propor ; ,
tion to the number ofDetns. he has het with.
Dews., don't be caught with any such chair.
Work day and night for the ticket, but don't
bet: ' The Reps. will do anything to achieve
—qt. and sight was seen on Wednesday, a} ?
the corner of Third and Atitrket streets, filar
Asbarg.. A Soldier, beOring upon ltis
seven wounds, hislight arm completely din:-
bled; his legs terribly shattered, was arrested
at tha instigation of a proscriptive Radical,.
for expressing himself favorably to the elec
tion orSeymour,and Blair. lie was engaged
is selling songs.
—,The Central Pacific Railroad Company,
according to an order of the Seeretarl•rof the
Treasary; leaned on. Monday, are entitled to
receiycd $1.10,000 in bonds on atcount of
the completion of thirty miles of that road,
Oatending to the 219th,mile-stone east from
Sacramento. • - • . .
—r. Seven of :the, ereiy of OW steamer'Pa
tapsco, destro,ye4 by fin) o ff Cape Lookout,
,a 41 1 ,1 04 at by
flue birronsiic,a.-=-One Of the chief pg4is
of Offerencoletween Qirilj ed oeilhorhOrous
fl . anicfnct is , the attention given to the
within% cavern for the heed the One being
cOrduny cut; 'plevaid 'Ana btuelimb ood:the
Other Allowed to rem a i n di r ti nn d un k emp t.
iiqn o norrett i ,oleekiaP,VillOi,r Res'
tcirativo"4lll ensure all tbloViki>l4(l• he
aliedliclailhati4infor ignored by baiborie , •
.Post. aept 18;1w
ADV " ItionotEtrirs.
'::!'ls - ',•!: c," ' Antos Oi tits °aux Pitialiittil. '
,•,,,, . • -, .p. 9 ,, or .8. or A., _SePt PO. a ; ...-
viretweimig . Irrtternts i
um et e , , txxk o z :,:.
4.,Ni/ lira gur on' udivuoks74 - 40 , ' l l%
s - .• . 4,
'.--...1..:.,.. 440% out: - 604 0 4'''b4iii„ lit: fitt
IWIIIIOIOAW—AII adjoarat4 rieitilar r at
Oil Nth ward **wage ChAb will lxk geld
fill i 1 l i t at e gtV=tv,rral2e rs t
Dal attedAti4 la tetarded..2., Ili ardotar •
NPURAIId ARM STRONG. Prertdbut.
P. D. Yfaxsait, darretiM ' , ' 824-1 t
Ittivrintiti , pFiesu,*4l , 4
lePt 2444 011414/get. Witt.
G RAND liri9Tfia:
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and will bo prepared to furnish the inoit.fashlionablp Cloaks, front the cheap.
oat Cloth , Sack to tho most elegant Silk Nolvot•Mantlo. . -
AISO > about 25 ' cases 'of Domestic Goods, such as Flannels, Canton Flannels,
Blankets, - -1t .Plualins, Calicoes, Tiokings, : Cheeks,
.&43, . Buying, as ye .do, these
goods in lar4o
.quautitiol3 in onto to supply our .wholesale as well as retail
Irade, we chum tq'offer extra inducemoitts to enStomers 3» this department.
• Our Carpet' steek'Will be large and Nell,: aSsorted for ;the ,Fttil Trade,
will Comprise the best makes of ,English Ntipostry, Binssell, best : Three-piss,
. Ingrains, Stair l and . 1 4 1titry: CarpOlai also , MattinoS 011 . Clotho' Windott
Shades, Sze. • ' ! ' ' ii_LINB, 6 .11, 1 1 ) PIIIIIIEli tt. CO.
Just r4i:olvo4 seism, stock 'tit - - eep(l64ot
VV - . . VAN ± IttE;D'S
320 PENN STREET,
PALL dr WINTER GOODS,
wittoh 'Otte soli at tbo
Lowysii. : .rßicg§.
din and seo, and indigo foi youraolyes.
iIIiaitIIII2IIPITOTIY sigeoirvo flAtta ow
a large let of new furnitu tif 1)I6 COSlle*
By virtue of divers writs of exci,uttort,
out of the Court of Common Plods of Berko Mon
ty, wilt be sold at public sale, at the furniture Wifto
- of Ephraim. S. Miller, No. 329 West. Pony,.
Arcot, Beading, on Saturday, the 26th day of Sept.,
1863, at 1 o'clock p m., a large sad well assorted lot
of superior furniture and cabinet-ware, consisting,
o' 4 sofas, 9 lounges, 5 dressing bureaus, 4 shlo
f and 1 furniture wagon and set of in ears. besides
cabinet, and common-wash-stands, rocking chairs,
bureaus, marble top and other bibles, hotracks,
towel racks , bedsteads, mottrossea, writing doekk
cane neat, oushioned, ann, and cowmen chairs,
breakfast and extension tables. cradles sinks, set+•
tees; work .benches and lot of toolo,onii a large lot
of (alley and walnut coffins, besides of tor articles
Coo numerous to mention. ,
Taken into execution ail to bo sold, without re
serve, ils.tito property of hraiin H. Afiller. by
TOII AR BARTO, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Sept. 18, 18(18. 523.3 t
NEW YORK MILLINERY
• , FANCY. STORE,
, 331 PENN STREET, -
Ito opened with u forgo and well selected stock of
Jr. end/as uarictu, conutrisino
meNeff PATTERN DONNA:TA
BONNET VELVETS; in all shades,
.'" " • • Rolf2yer,saw,,
VELVET RIBBON& .
‘A: largo and elegant assortment oil i'eathers.
French ii'lowers, dee., 4toi
These goods have been bought in Now York from
first-class importing houses, for cash, thus enabling
. t t 1 . 0 8 t 4 4 :, 113;11 at a lower figure than any other .house in
.4 LAWA NDER'S KID GLOVES; 4
From 81.25 to $1.49 per pair.
sept • pat Po.nn street.
BOOTS ANP SHOES
FOR, TILE PEOPLE..
I TEE. BEST A Ifl t unArgstri
REINHOLD & 'MORO,
N0.'41 North Si' th fityeet,
, 11118 SUbSOltlirgßid RAVE .JUST ESTAtE.
1 lished 0 first-class Bookend Shoe-making estab
lishment and store at this eshoVe stated place, where
they are able to sooorantodate - customers with the
best articles in their line of business, and at lower
prices than at any otherplace in the clot .
The following list of Prices proves Idly° say :'
EfOn'a etticb:otil, - • •if 00 &tt upwards,
Men's kip, h eta, • . ' tgi
,Men's working shoes, , ; .•
_, . .. li
Men's French Calf Congress gaiters, box toes, , 3
Men's calf Congress gaiters. .. 225
Men's calf Balmorels. • . • 200
Men's kip Balmorals, ,
Boys' calf Balmoral&. • 160
Boys' Itip'Baltnotals, ' ' '-• .- 123
Youths' kip Balmorals, 100
Women's lasting high • Pollsb4 . , . - 2
Women's:Urn/ray% galtorS t eo '2
Women's lasting lialmorals 190 ,
Wotnen'e Wager* Baltneals, .- . • 200
Women's Morocco shoes, '. 186
Women's kid sli Nl ppers. 436
Aitis;;;;l4Wslitiftili7 , . , 146
Youths' gaiters from • 15 els. to Y 75
Youths' and boys' shoal, from '3O cts. to 90
Also, a largo Mookpf notion/ odium& arid far
The atickre are lower, than at any othar
similar place of business In the city: •
Particular attention, is paid to all kinds of re
pairing. ' 1 • efttt •
REIIiHOLD & SCIICENis, .
NO. 41 ziowru BIXTH•.BT.REET,
(tiSVIt THR Walt" .
We giro on
ele Mt Ibo
1 53.4141 t " 111* cok It
istee*P. • -
W. VAS HEED,
•calEt.X.INtr:P . • C)' *-tlitrqßtNm'
wo od a fro mmee to - p# 9 t i t stoludr4 nutl tho iiti!)ll9' .g0* , i411,j.; uur fit*
Ono* 4patting,pf Oki 0 - p - toOP?%,
• • • • : •
T ALL k V
Ali• iWINTAIi ORY . i} GOO‘i)S,--
SATURDAY AND ' MONDAY; SIRTEIIIDE W 1,9141 AND' 21w,tx.
-• . . • ~! •
Whoa we expect to have opea a largoandnuninially RtttOtivci.Boo.4f gpo t t ( 4, •
Our stook of Dress Goods will!bo,ntoro colnplote than.at horoto:
fere, and wilt WOO all tho - neni and handsome, gOodsloi4hielk, this Season's
finportat ions arnalreadji notes and in _quality ranging 11. inn the ehoapestDo
Laine ta the most elegant Silk. and •
Dur,.stook of Shavis will beiarge and varied, and will,bo found to.eontaia
everything the market affords,!frovi plainest - Blanket to the !boost Paisloy
We will taso.itm'e FolOy•i*pitteri, . •'• •• • • .
CLOAKS, FOR .PALL AND WINTER,
ND* AD EDT"' IDCDD—NIeg:77.2
VUOOL 'WAlL—Nolte° is beieby given, to all
§Dersotos (mean for sohool Tax i that the du
- p ieates of tag on real estate, Alta on trades Ptut oo
eupatiens, will pass out of th e bands of thobuh
scriber atter the first day of Ootober noit, when an
Additional tWo pot cont. will be aped.
Treasurer Reading, &hoof Distriot;
`Bl6-2w) 011ioa N0.11%14, Sixth strefet, up Stahl.
T 00K- 1 4.0 WAS I, Arai Zip, Round Cdr=
&there Ogeo,iliplire. rain and Ornautputal, MIL
'Walnut and aianogany lateststylos. JillYoll Will
call to scope largo - Stook 'at
septl7-1w /505 Penn stroot.
'DUMDUM iIiAIIOWAHE 1111A114111Ali•
JJTERS—Chenpoit asaortmold, in Iteviim Obit
J. L. STIQUTWS,
bO5 Patin stroot.
iept 174 w.
P4VINQ 4 , 10110E.'
Tx PURSUANOE•OP A RESOLUTION passed
iStrUF4l ° ll B lht ut il . fl4. , l ' l4 ° 37:l4g o `lit i
ments in front of their respective properties out 01
repair, are hereby notifiod and requiredto repair
the lama, forthwith ; otherwise, the provisions of
the Ordinaneo providing for the eonaltuetion Qt
sidewalks or footways, passed -July 41st, 11340, will
be strictly onfordod.' By order Of the Conunittoo
on Highways and Patios.
July 1540tf 11. F. HAIM Seorotall.
Oric --Personti int9ndlog toexhibitarttoloa
inany departtnent at the approacbtng Agriook
tural Pair will avoid ruttish contusion aadelay and
confer a favor on the Secretary by calling at, his
ottice previous to the Fair. giving deseription and
number of articles. and receiving an entry eard.
IN 114 8011281TBR. Boorotari.
' s o pt 14.0 t Court street.
Gin"' iptstoirs, ieLAlstEts, miaow Baas,
Ely's Caps ; Powder and Shot. Snorting men
will find the 'largest and chomped. tumortment in
Reading, at • J. L. BrIOIITEWS,
• sept 17-1 w f Pena street.
• DWELLING 11.01:113B., 'WANTED.
A CONVENIENT LiWELLINO 11011fiE
,tiot anted 'within a reasonable distance of PenV
and Fifth, streets. between this thee end the flrot
of Oetobei, by a mendi family Audy at. the oillep
of the DA4X EAGLE. • •
TAIDOII. 011. MOUE, now Styles. nil pizio
17 and a general ,assortment„of housekeopero l
goods; a largo stook pt greatly redusstt rates rk.
J. b. SUMTER'S. ,
505 Penn Afoul
11003 1 8 MTh CA.Pg 'AND
.01.0T1l1NG I ,„ •
GEIGER & BRO.,
We •hnie just iecelved n splendid stook at The
above goods, which are now:offered nt the follow
ing low *lces l•
l'il t en's calf boots, -
.1 : e 4 pp
• " kin hoots, .
" Freneh calf Ctingress 'gaiters, ' • • 300
" • working shoes, extra bevy, $2 00 to 2 till
: eqlf balea.orats,.sowed, ; •
BOW . "
I ': ' • s • i W
''l kip " 81 60 to 10$
Women's lasting 1
, high Polish, . . /., 200
Congress gaiter.; ' • , i• ;., ,60
" ' lasting Wawa's (host), • ' . • 0 (K•I
Ladies' balmorais, .• • 00
Boys' hats - , - , •
Wpinon's iforpeeo haltaorals, Polish.„ 2
• shoes, ' • • 2
Misseso lasting Polish, •• • 175
IV9inen's kid slipp, • K
• • • glove kig,Polish, high heel
baimorals, , . $2 65 to p 23
The above nr4es iwo as low 'man/ other similar
Ono of buslue in tho clip,
• •It A P , A ) 111, 4N 0 . --• •
J 7 ,
Partleular at6ntibn is nail to all klndg of ro-
IV* also hai.e on hand a largo and well selected
stock of , •
FURS ! TRUNKS. VALISES, do.
RemeMbor do Immo oust rmnbor,.
" 431.PiNN STIET.
sopt 2 2-tt
oirxce.-Tho Alumni AraoolitiOn scilt moot
in (hlLltigh &tool Hop; on Thnreday,2.4th,
ortior of thlresident it • •
JAS. W. ItAllitiT OUT: (agog;
• sept. ,
TirANlCEDiimmeilintelY, an intelligent boy;
► or two bet ye young men, to post bilis, Good
wages Pply et this lace, 2-tr,
TED.—Two men to ,. work on coats. and
teix girls to work on mutts and wink at BUM
4St f 1 0 18 .! No. 543 Penn sta. Itoaang, tf
OprirA Now , CoVt. j eatne to r t%o' Prouiise \ s' o;,f
41the: subwhiber, in fsprint township, #
twin) sonic ,two weeks,
er away upon paying expenses awl proving pro.
ago. ' Tha _Owner chit take
Petty ? " WILLIAMAL 41811.
' s'ept ` 4 •
iiv,moonAalo. umrtpr comgrivrof
ot.the sOventh War , , 5 ( •
The - Democratic Hie utivib 'Committee of tbjr
Boycott' t ineekal, the ofilfe Israel q.
Beeker t No. MO Court otreet, oft FridaY .eVenintr
Septegiuer 251b 4 )86 21 , oT•i!look,
tijO j oican.',
rep t22-1t - • Chairman,
1 - 1 4 tidal .iiiiitt . vigil-4h. diand ont
.... drawing of tbAgood WI li Biro Co..otAllentew
will be - drawn ea KO as thtp, tic}teta are all col.
which will it la Wehort thittw Ticketicaq he h ad ,
for a short,. time. of E. D. Reichard.. Agent, Plow
arid 'Harrow 11001,8trieklarld *.BrO4VOlinitution:
Roue, and Reyatone saloon. , , . se.p,t 22 ,
si itisot'Asat,' • • • • • r,•,
T .4)SToR 8T0L.1351. , A
Open iffi'h end
_ov-hotted, with' fel:with Ref
find tit. Or the tall white. • The ab_o_te • ttesea.
be Mad on his Wert to ' •PSYKAte..7#42l',/si •
sept 23-2 V • 1 . 40. WIM ..Yeetel Wets
Qix MALI WAtianb-r u
DlCtom totinalkbh. Borkli county., Apr 17.11116
public. houio of • WiteCA brylhor, (ohtliingio) in
Old districton tho 34 044 , Cktobln IT. Sclool
term, filip month& nr i ktviplutore, ou roe
• ' .ittpllAßL) NAPIM., prom
et.o.3tw lt • ( loos crovitto, Mite 09,,)5k.
GRN; TAYLOR 110USFA it
341 North EightiStrOot i ,
11714ta a Munro of the Ukkper Ncio Fork Dtpot.
Jr. It Viorrietoi 416-31 n
1 Ii)OIITANT ;;TOTIq
.T 111 3 .• GOOD. WILL ,Plii,E • COMPANY,.
OF AI,I4NNTQWS, YA.,
Wout4 heroity'unnekituco to the oitisonoo9f nulling
Abut, owing ton conifldernblo mitubtir of tiOkate
;ittnining, uniohl as oven. na coupons tiornturusat,
they aro poinlolina to poolpono
until filo 22(1 'of looinubbr, Tior fl IYO
a abort, of 4.1►, llolohird, lloug
'llaYroW 4001 f And 1-ittlaittan de Bro.,
UNI9N. JEWEOY MAN
NO. II NONN,IE
(Next door tothe Evoning Affiliatell,olllec)
. 20,000 campaign BadgOst.,
• DEMOCRATIC AistD, ~1
Direct front tho Ensfarn and other inaturileforiti,
which we canyon at - Now York pricop, by thou- ,
sand, hundred or doyen, They tot 'the ,
sortment ovor oil'ored Ibt ale in the city of Road-,
hundred t O o dt i cl s i Z t . IV t y, a
* Good Agents wante d ---a go• d liOetttlage-a•
lowed. . .
Our prices aro from 10 enti to Ii 00. For
sone,will do roll to sly() ue at. 11 of or o pure r 4.
ng elsewhere, •
‘ BOOIETY JiliDol,lB MA KO AND PINK
of all )tindr modulo order tal o, Ay) , 0'410;
sorlptions made ' and royalty • , MC 04 1... 1144
Clocks proporti , yoDatred. - • aNI •
TNCEI ta 'OA 111, NT ESN
llVlLDlGlllo.4—sealed propodals will IT
ceited 14 the Conigtttee bit LitY PrbPerit
Corporation of the'eltY of feading, for the P yr sl l l ‘
of a new engine house, at the North•east co e l f
Eighth street and 1 iberty alloy. 'A draft and
of the bui dJugg, with 4 !pcolfleatine, Oan be NeeP
the SolectS.Arancit drencher, PIM , and' Pnrattba
streete. Proposals will he received until the erep*
ingidhe 26th of blopteraber. MO. By order of the
Committee on City PrOpertY
Sept.l6-11t B. V. 11A118; ElecretarYi. •
lotrAivwxpi,--A'n native inn, kith u ote&R ate
w w tartner in a fiztsoleseßostanrent II
For toartiouhins ad rest.
;A. BESrAIT Atilt I
am 3141 Re itig P. 0, .
vOILICE ur • C l AlllloPrej httolL eli k u k t ` Pn
'any arid MI perisonelotetrgOlogroinetu§'`ffif,er'
fain protaireory_intesiren by me to u
Agent fin the•u,lB Lightnbit Re4 , o6mPo t ri"
tiro hundred riturierty 40117 (M)1 16 61,..
1 868;* Ma4e 61411%48er 001 °
vi 1 never )* y . &Mt Rote, JIM N holo, , treitesellna
.free a fraud frprii boiinniy tar
• , BOLO Off lirlfh, in i r . •
'Exeter o'vrili if's' or Oc e---
S e P". /$ 48 .7.• • . 0 Po.
. ~ ,
estOup fpr Con il l roar 9..
tootiorlo. is PreuriPed 'end retool ended bj er
Hoists All • oyer rue conittrlV a 4:frorfAxi:
KO AI tgi v it ttx t enia Vilna t a 4201171 1)0 ;
iraff2• 4 l "l / 4 Antrir s erlia l ln fret
16 Al 4Wit 4 .40001 ,I 0 1 11 14
. 0 rilibldeliPhillf &liana Drugs% fin