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ItHADING. PA., BF.PTE?&BEIt 25, 1808.
4*--Gray, meet 7j, No. 1.
Pure meet Sizth, 7j, sharp,
T .4 ' ; Red, meet Seventh; 71, No. 2. ;-
- Green, meet Sixth, 71, No. I.
Black, a ll meet Sixth, 71, No.l.
• Important. •
Blue, meet Sixth, 11, No. I.
, . .
D. L.—Turn out, to force, at the Demo'oratle Sag
fabling to the Second Ward, Saturday eVellitif,, lit
ti o'clock. Sopt23-it
MAN ABOUT TOWN.-1310 Import•
ant loical matter In other colutnno.
A largo number of people at the 'fair yeaterdoY
Our country Manila visiting tho'fair. should not
carry more money than to really necessary. Pick
pockets pro on the alert for their mistier.
Men who r‘oktoaily drive through tho streets In
the oily, ebould at onco be &netted. •
' New brick pavement has been put down nt the
corner of Ninth and Penn stroots.
The clothing men are very busy Just now.
DIM according to the thermomoter,,not , aeCord. ,
inn to the almanac.
Thtehestnut burs aro already beginning to burst
under the late few frosts we have bad e dad they
will soon be Introduced in mark 4
The cloudy parted Yesterday morning and earth
looked smiling and joyous. In the afternoon,
however. a slight shower fell, which disgusted the,
visitors to the fair,. made thorn cethe down Penn
street 4 . denblo-quiokgme, and destroyed the
. hopes that had been bitoyant and flattered by tile
/prospects of a clearing up.
The political canvass is beginning to heat aprt
wax warm, and both parties have ofiterod the field
with their armor buckled on for the groat figlit.
From now until .election the din skirmishing
will bo great until the decisive battle comes oft
MO way to find lost time is to look ahead.
If any ono offered a premium for the most capri
cious climate under the sun, this belt of latitude
would take it. There is no safety In writing a
"weather paragraph" provloue to the last mintito
before a paper "goes to press." • •
A solf•aoLtng wagon brake is shown at the fair,
which attracts much attontioh. "
Tho furnaco and hatamor at tho Reading Forgo,
which hati boon Idio, for repairs, Is In operation
The trains whtoh arrived this morning brought
many Oeople to tho ohs': •
ClOnk-makors aro looking forNnrd for a bright
To have plahts inn elm bed-room at night is a
practice very detrimental to health I ail plant o, in
tho absonoo of tho sun, render tho air iklpuro by
imprognatluir it with nitroge r p and carbonic, aohl
There Is no reason why People should become ci
mush eieltod and hinted when they get Off and on
the oars. We observed, yesterday, that two mon
and a lady , rusted, fpr the , cars before the engine
had stopped, and If it had not boon for men stand
ing by, they would have been run over by a bast
' Another effort was made yesterday to alarm
our city by tin unfounded sensation story.
"Williamsport has idOro pretty young woman
hood thai any otherNlty in the country." Muoh
said ; "any other cltyiln flip country l" think of
" A young man Vas arrested, Yesterday, for stoat
ing a breastpin . from &lady. lathe Moira room, at
the fair, grounds. Ile will have to glye an accou4
of himself to-day. •
A horse and cad came down Ponn street, this
morning, without a driver. • 'Spoil° the driver stop
ped in lomershero for a "smile,,,
A -grand sparring exhibition will be given at
Union Xtali, in South Seventh Arcot, on Monday
evening next.. •
Flowora aro the alphabet of angehisoattorod poor
hills and dalCs, and'sgoaking what Om tongue can.
Go to the DemoOratlO Ong raising in the Second
Ward•to-morrow evening, at 6 o'clock.
A boy named Cyrus Rood was playing With some
of the maohlnery at the Fair ground, yesterday,
and by some means got ono of his fingers between.
the coat and hurt it badly.
One of the boilers in Motlvain's rolling mill
gave out on Wednosday. It will ho repaired in 4
day or two. '
Some of the stock which were on exhibition at
the Pali passed down Penn street last nightqn
The disoonsolato ono who singe "Have you seen
my Maggio ?" has heard of hor. Anbther follor
!Moans him, through tho musk storo, that "Map
gleli by my sido."l
now to make a rich Am—crowd twenty flub
inably tirOssoil Indies into one omnibus.
The ono who wailed so plaintively, "Do they
Min me Malmo 4" was misstd the other day, to:-
gather with a neighbor's wife., Ile is mime& by'i►
wife and eitimi children'. •
•Ifhough boatmen aro busy, yot thoy nntkono
*duo*, tho freight is low, and food and food is
Mon who work for tho interest of their employ
er!, work for their own interest. ,
• 'he family prom and eiminor should bo soon by
every houaokeapor, and then they will toll how to
aim 'tare and time in' tho kitchen, It should ho
tried b nil' persons wishing , tq economize.
Knight solis Thom. •
Why is it that onions aro so scarce ? Jersey pop
•• pie Say that the crop is a failure. Ever lingo ihe
,war began an onion has coat as Much as a Ittivana,
If clerk of tho weathor Wits to remould• a
joke, he would eay " dry up."
, the tinto to lend ,aoy Article 'of food in Its best
condition is when it I. met plontikt. A few aayi
morn And "chickens " will be ►noro abundatt than
beef. ' •
Tho "(holm' bond" isn't popular in this . oily.
'For the sake of womanhood it is to be hoped that
the " fashion "alit not spread beyond Saratoga or
'Cape MAY. • • -
A dull, dismal day, In which a cold, bleak ra t
had the away; is the 'weather report ycaterday. .
• Potty thieves aro quite plentlfal In the 'Hint
Muni, and raids on the back yard of private. ro
!Hems arc of hequent occurrence.
ToAaimay be termed ''''doiieious," leas,t at
this time of initials) notheritindanding an old
philosopher deplored that that ivord should only
be aPplied to ire Men and peaches; although ire
don't see the application, he why possibly be right.
Dot to-day is all that can he desired, 'even in a
woman= Just enough of cloud end sunshine to ati
ford a pleasantilontrast, a little ,variablo, hid , sat
Boot to be regarded as plguent, and warm enduth
to be etrfiesible, and as for poaches, this is exactly
the weather for them.: We suppose the idea about
the weather, wom en and poaches.got into oilrbia
from !keeellinic the . words of an old song, Which
"But when the is kind
Oho 4 just to my mind,
And Male was BO I romember.
84 is like, oh dear,
' Sha is tike,•very near, •
. A melting ripe React In September."
If it Willtil l 4 tblOg w hy it mot bavo been setae
gang else (snit, as reasonable. . i
This is not to. • Tho Messrs. Bushong.will
vote , for Seymour;And Blair and Against No.
lion al Banks—the; lies of designing Itopubli
'eani to the enntory notwithstanding...
A - Wit i'oo ;art Jlngsifsrr.ne—COnsitlerable
,citernent was caused yesterday at thp Fair'
ground, by the arrest there of , a Philadel-.
,phia pickpocket, who was plying his' Foc4-
tion: He had ,made stiiterni . unsuccessful
attempts at pockiit-Picking. ab
'Waded a portmonaie, containing a small
• sum of money, from the pooket.of a lady,and
was caught in the act. and arrested by officer
'Maurer. The light-fingered gent made a
desperate attempt to got away, during which
ho was struck by the. bystanders several
blows with fists and a stick. l Tho hearing is
'to take place this afternoon. '
I LlmAno, f t tottinso Loss.-41to &emi t
41tellinti Holm of :those bilittlibl "his; iSltir
Wee Excursion rosin Ifirrisburg, come* off
to.inoirow, • Boturilayr 26th,
,-at 2 , o'Clockk
Any otio going from Reading nod purchasing
lot, will have their expenses both ways re.
Ham Iftumt, very respoctable
boring man of the 2nd Ward has heed chart
od with having voted the ticket in opposition
to the Democracy. Mr. Diller is in his
82nd year and never voted anything hut the
Democratic ticket. He has reared a famili,
all of whom are Pomocrata. W defy any
ItePablican to preve . the contratf;
NE have 'been infOrmed that the rtepubli
ons are circulatingthe'reponthnt.the mem
bers of the well!known and reliable Banking
nouseof Oushong & Brother' intend voting
for Grant, because they. hold largo . amounts
of IL R. bonds. .
' Tito "Invisible's" had a "grand parade"
last oyenin#. After all their trouble Lind ex
pense, only fitly-two were in the procession,
by actual Colint r fortroight of whom carrigd
torches.' They wore bronzed caps and, capes,
and presented a very pretty appearatteihwith .
the exception 'of the false moustaches and
beards worn by some of the boil in the ranks
Ah, boys you can't make a !maiming-bird
looklikenn eagle,: nor an infant, look like•tt
voter. Bettor "tarry at Jericho until your
:beards bo grown. l ,! ' •
• PEOVIN I in whose houses there is an oven
temperature, sotno degrees above the freez
ing point,\tan make to themselves a pretty
ornament of living green for themintor sea
son, by suspending over a 'vessel of water a
Carolina Potato, Let the tuber. Just touch
the water, balancing it Over the . edge of the
vessel by . a broom.twig,or its equivalent,run
throu . gh,tt., It will send ‘ down from its lower
end, into (he water, a mass of thread-like
roots, while • from . the top will sheet out a
dense growth of vines. Place two of them
in hyacinth glasses ( stand the glasses upon a
hurettu mirror,and in a little while the halite
of it will be . covered with a growth of ver
DEMOCRATIO MtWITNGI3.-A meeting dam
DemocracY.of Marion, Heidelberg, Heidel
berg North, Heidelberg Lower , Spring, and
the borough of:Womoladorf, will bo.hold at
Womelsdorf on Saturday, Oct. Bd. Addres•
es yvill bo delivered by P. B. Landis, Daniel
Ermentrout, Henry M. Koim,lronaous
tor, Daniel E. Schroeder, and P. D.Wanner,
Emig,. Speaking in Gorman and it English.;
A meeting of thd Democracy of Caernar
von, Breeknocjr, Union, 'and Robeson, Will ,
be held at °linter's, on Saturday, Oct..Bdi---1
Addresses, in German and English, will bo
delivered by Hon. S. E.lAntiona, and •Edwin
Shaker, Richmond L. &mei, Low. Wanner;
nd W. 11. Livingood Esc's.
! DIEETING OF LODGES AND ASSOCIATIONS.”
The following named organizations will hold
their regular stated meetings this (FnIDAY)
binning ; '•
Angelica Council No. 01, 0. U. A. M., at
Springville, Curnru township. •
Seminole Council No. 'BB l 0. U.'A. M.,
'Fifth and Washington, '
Reading Degree Oirclbk 13. U. (g. F.) C.
A. Brotherhood all, Third and Penn.
- Hermann Lodg9 U. D.'o. H Yeager's
Hall. ' I - .
Royal *Temple No.. 1, Masonic Tie, 703
Penn street. .
Penn, Lodge No, 05, K.. of P., Odd
Fellow& Hall. ' , `, •
Wohington•Oianp, No. 93, P. 0. J. S. 'o'f
A., "Muhlenberg M'aneion," rourth nnd
Hebron Enonminent, No.' 8, L 0. 0f,30,.'
F. Odd Follow& Hall. • • . •
Au3bington oung),,No. 00, P. 0. of S.
of A., of Wernormlle.
. , • .
' MOTE!) STATES VS. 'THE RRADIWG
iIOAD.--A. special term of the United States
District Court was commenced in Philadel
phia - •on Monday. The first case put iipon
trial was that of The United States'va. The
Philadelehia and : Reading. Railroad; ib
which a freight car was the subject of claim.
It was conceded by the defendants 'that the
Car, when .seized by the Government al
einlat contained fraudulent whiskey, which
ndtmssion relieved the plaintiff from enter- -
mg into any proof as to these facts.. The
explanation made hewever, was this ; 1 , Sit
unted near the , railroad in Norristobvn is a
large distillery, having a side track It ) innirig
into their coat yard, for thourpose 'f 4nn
ning theip• coal and other articles to andfro
from the depot. , Not hang since the Oroprie
.tor of this establishment applied 'to the
agent of the Norristown Railroad for, ahorSo
car fbr the conveyance of seventy-five sacks
of corn from' their place. The, akent re
plied that ho had no suchaar at Ins dispo
sal, but' thought perhaps one could be' ob
tained from the , Reading, Railroad,. and at
the request of the distiller he requested the
agent ; of. the latter road to lend,thena one.
The car _was . readily sent' across the bridge
from Bridgeport and lodgedin the_ distillery
yard. On the following, day, es was the
custom ,every morning, the • coal and other
Cars 'were taken from the distillery to the
grounds of the Reading Railroad, and among
them was 'this 'horse ear: ',The agent no
ticing the door of the ear standing open, and
seeing no one come in it, looked into it and
discovered the whiskey. Like a law-abiding
citizoly he had the car at once set aside and
sent for the United-States, Collector ,Of the
district, into whose beanie' the, matter.,wah
given,. In the view of 'the facts that they
had not participated in thefraud, and had
hastened to' give the first intimation i of its tie. /
tection to the Government, the . defpnilants
maintained •that they should' not bear the
forfeiture of the car. The jury. , rendered
verdict fettle Railroad Company.
Tsaousna' INSTITUTE. flat regular
meeting of the Reading Teachers' Institute,
for the year 1808-9, will Ito held, in the High
School Building, on to-morrow evening, Fri.,
day, Sept; 24th, at 7 o'clock: A full attetid-:
;meet the members should 'be, pr,eaeut l i as
officers for the ensuin i g year wilt be"elebted,
and the general working of the Institute dis
cussed,' ,Let it be remembered that all
tical teachers residing in the ;city are eligible
to full Membership, and that Members of the
Board of Control; and graduates of the 'High
Schoeloind members ,of the Normal School,
are' Coneidered honoriwiry members' of the:ln.
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Sept 2.14 . • .104104
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Witt; MASI ktin lit
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*lin:learnt Mfa;M:" A. ; ;
Ketl4l Ss' Kt* 140Aigi
blood sit r Mist; Maria 1.
Cann, Mary . Ann ;. Itight'tnyor, flan
fitah ; Itimantor, 'Miss Melia ; Wharton,
Mtg.; Wegoly, 31)4 „Mart!'
saute.. . -
' "- Gine:umems'. ,
"James Anberi.Llarrison O Althnitac.Dan-,
Blankobiler, Francis Breaut,A.Brocitius,
William Bordner t William, 1); 'Boyer, Mr.
Chamberlin, Wilham`G. Carver, 11. L. Day
-overt, S. R. Davis, A. H. Onittr l C. o:Ger
hard; R. 00, Gallaglier,(2) B.Or6fr,
Geo. IL r3olTmail, P. o..Hemphill, J.
tlarrii, Hunter James R. A. inwison,
Kennedy,. C.l' Lawrence; James p.
Long,' 0, (L Londe' ' Francis ' Mcihn; Jahn
McCann, John Richard Meat).
vern, S. D. -Moyet, .hotaas: McOauslaiul,
Anthony bleary, Rev: Norther ,Amos
Penn packer, - Perseverance, Ni. F. S. Rad
ing, Dayid SCharley; James Seibert, Joseph
StarkoJohn Sheitz '
A. S. Thomas Tetlaw,
W. Tomlin, Daniel A.
,Wentzel, J. H. Wen.
tier, J. o.Whito, Peter Wetive4Satii. Yoder.
(Communicated.' ' ,
A VISIT. TO TIM WIIITI4 SPOT.—beaving
the yet silent thoroughfate4 of the city grad..
,tho rear, we slowly commenced as
cending the aide of the mountain, determined
to view the rising sun, before it had scram
bled the wall that hid its march from the yet
slumbering community at our feet, It was
yet early, and the„morning was chilly, but
we journeyed, forward with the expectation
otheingbountifu* repaid for our trouble
with a view front the White Spot. Who has
snot heard of or teen, the Mite spot? It is ,
carcely two-thirds of a Mile from oar 'very
doors. Situated on the extreme top of one'
of the . highest mountain ranges in Berko;
county, and commanding a view of natural 1
scenery that elm scarcely bo rivaled in the
State, it looms up beforo us in the distance
like a'grand barrier separating us' from our
Oriental neighbors of the East.
. Wo proceeded • onward. The sun bad not
yet left his Attie bed to shower his warmth,,
or scatter the dull grey mist, and change it
in an instant to the pleasant face of an Au,
tunau morning. A few minutes morobrought
us to the top of the. mountain, and forced
upon us a view that can better be imagined
than described. On our fkont, and stretch
ing away to the North, flowed the. Sehuyl•
kill, and from its banks to the very' base of
the hill was ono grand panorama view of
the work Otlllfttl. There thousands Of houses,
mnufactorles, and, public edifices, surround
likes ittseerned, by wreaths of green, rose
things of life from the scone before us.
There, where but a few years before was to
be found naught but a dark forest, whore
the marks of its former savage owners are ao,
yet barely effaced, and where the present
generation can yet point to some of our
principal thoroughfares and say, -"There,
when I was a child, stood the yiltiwood," t
Such is : a brief synopsis 'of sights that
would meet the eye, and thoughts that would'
enter the mind, of the most fastidious.
But permit me, reader, to say a few words
in regard to it as a place of resort or visit.,
Considering its actlesslbility, height, and,
- nearness to the city, together with its pure
and mountain air, and all other inducomonta
that - go to, nutke up a :resort pf natural beau.
ty and health, ii has no competitor. For it
and its po)sition Philadelphia would exchange
its Fairranunt or the Gothaniltes their Cori
ut stop? I do not wish to run into any
w dor imaginative reasoning. I merely
j s i
h to complete as concisely as possible an
ideaeupen whieh.l began, and that , isle lay
before the public the advantages they have
at home for rural sights and pleasures, iind
to advance in the estimation of the
a plot of ground that, with Et few alterations,
might be made the first place that would 141
visited by our oldest residents, or be pointed
out to the expectant stranger. .
. ' ,E.A. N.
THE FAIR.—Wo are .indebted tb J. L.
Fruit Committee, or tho owaKds tuadnin
that department :
Daniel 'Lorah, first premium,
Win. L. Fisher, second "
David Gring, third 6 4
Samuel Kurtz, fourth 4'
John C. Kepler, special. "
Jared ( 4. ‘ 14 ,
Isaac & kart , of '
john Sharp, "
Adam Fox, ,
Samuel GreSh, "
Win. L. Fisher, '"
Win. Healer. "
Rhoads & Madeira,
Joed'k Lauer, It Is
John Richards, 41 "
Vim. M. McGowan, first protnium,
Dr. 0. IL Hunter. second " '
Nicholas Lott,, , special.."
Lewis Ritter, if it
Peter J. Ertnold, " 6 4
Mrs. A. 11. Schwartz, ti 41
Amos T. Phillipi, '' • "
Frederick ! i nner, first preknintn,
Nicholas Lhtt, second "
" . " 1
Geti. F. Hagerman, " • "
Amos Phillippi, ti ' 14
M. Mengel, !I it
Mrii , Frank Ruth; gg • . 44 •
Dr. C. 11. Hunter, "' "
A. .'Schwartz, 1 44 %4(
Alex. Burnett,• ." "
Levi Slthruntil p fiNt premium,
Win. Brit*, second " • •
It Burnett . ' . special "
•`• ' Grapes.
Win. A. Kessler,, first premium,
Edw. Sr; Geo. Brooke, second "
John Fehr, special."
C.,11. Hunter, ci
&MOS A 11111111; ' first Premium,
D, Wittich, . second ,I : • 100
L A NAI cokiettAsto;the Ctiutitf upon the
grand trait display
. at'the Fair. The X. ', Y.
Tribunt sent reporter tq repo`rt Ahe
Fair, and , ho pronounced the fruit display
the !fibtst be, had ever seen pt any Cotknty
Fair. So much for Old Darks. That radi
cal sheet, the Abetting Bulletin .c Philadel
phia, sometimeego said that the "Dutch of
Berke' County wend stillvoting for Jackson.''
If so, the,y can suit lead Philadelphia in i tlie
growthfrait l .and perhaps ;in other things
progressirlf ;c. I:. ' -;,
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TIM toport our;eity-unosupily
ilealtbf4l. There we's° few. ofies s
pea's flint their oecupntion is' r,witoo4t go e I
THE leciion of . oftieors of tho Friend hip
Fire Co iipOny for the foitoWing year; will
mho pyi o on tho Bth ofOetober,
. , ,
TiELNYID.-A brealtiroWn Occurred lost
night on the Now Jersey Ventral llaiiroad,
delaying alien! 'three hours the , western
bound Empress train, duo here at 1 o'clock,
' SEE call of tho Democratic Standing Com-
Mateo for IN grand Mass Meeting in Reading
on Tuesday, October 4th. • Itvery Democrat
,ont on, the.occarlion. „
Poom PIOKR.D.-AN yowl toan from
Pottstoro, by the 'lmmo of•l4NAnklitt' Miller,
had his coat breasttpocket lek&) yesterday
Atibe Pair, of' a pocket book containing
$125, • :" • .` . • -. •
Ma. RonEnt Jontisow, a telegraph opera
tor, of this pity,. wade Aartow escape, year
torday front being rim eve ; by the care. / 10 '
was on the . platform, and . at 7th and Penn
streets jakuped off; when' he was ei!nght
against the ralling;,which tamest throw huh
under the earn • ' .•
Smor.g Sum TO REBUII2.-TWO Of
the stacks—of No; 1 'find .2=-10 the Scott
Foundry, in . North Eighth street, will be
tom down this fall and rebuilt, owing to their
giving way, The atuoks were built tapering;
IVe underatand the diameter of the nst3w Ones
will be the same at all points, which will
make them more secure.
DEMOCRATS of the First Ward, Snit° that
your vote is not overbalanced by ,eoloniza.
tion. You have maim to bo vigilant. , Bee
that every Democrat is properly assessed,
and see Mint fraudulent, votes are polled
in your ward., Loobont for "boatmen," so
[From our tort Clinton Correspondont.3
Mr:"Edward Gov,eran, oi:inductor of a as:
songer train on the. Vast Mahanoy and• Little;
Schuylkill railroad, has been presented with
handsome gold badge, bearing the • inscrip-'
tion "Presonted to E. G. bY < liis; Friends.'"
The presentation • speech • was inade by Mr.
John .Horn of this borough, andlho response
was made by . Mr. Voveran
ceremony occurred :a the pn lie bowie of
Joseph Me l where a splendi upperivas
immediately thereafter served. •A.P. P.
RAit.no,io AbothENT.--This . morning be;
twcen 7 in 4 8 o'clock, QllO Of the Wicks
Under tho:baggoge car of an emigrapt train
ran Ofr the track'atothe Askew bridge, Leba-
non Valley, railroad„, and rolled dowr},the
bank. The train was going at a slow rate of
speed, else all the cars might have been pie
cipitoted offer, the bank, ceasing the deatk
or maiming of a large number of the emi
grants: , Tho causo of the occident has riot
been satisfactorily explained. The morning
accommodation train to Harrisburg was de
layed about 11 hours by the accident., .
NOM who have stoves to boput in order,
ranges to lie overhauled ) Or anything, to be
done in tho line of repair's necessary to keep
a house warm iit,an hour's notice, will be
glad hereafter if they do it of once, All
leaking roofs should be stopped now,imd all
rattling easements should at once be silenced
by the application of weather stilips. A few
days more andevery meohanic able to do .
this kind of work will be , inployed on mnorp
important mutters than pairs, •
DEATH of TUBOLD,i:BI I MAN 'IN' Non n.
Amprox Couttit..-.- Da r Steckel,. Esq., flip'
oldest man hi this count*, died at Bath, on
Thursday %tit,. at the ripe old age oflol yopfs
and . 17 days. ,Justthink of it more than ono
century of age I Wei remember well of cal
ling to see him at the residence of his daugh4-*
er, at Bath, lust one year ago, where wp
found him ha o .and hearty, and ;altliopgh he
was blind and quitO.deaf, we have seen men
Of seventy-five who looked older tlian
Ho had a rernarkable.inemory and could re•
Into circumstances that occurred in the early
days of tho Revolutionary War. His AA noral
took place on Sunday last and was attended
by an immense concourse of people, many
Of whom chum from a great distance. Thus
has another - .patriareh passed away.—Flns
ton Sentinel. .
. Poitox AFFMas.--Two young men , — . The, ..
odoro Parker and Samuel Rork—had rolif..
ficUlty at the fairground"yesterday. efterno on.
They wero old friends,' but yesterday they
took too many drinks" and fell out; They
struck at and hugged each other. Samuel
a piece of Theodore's' ander lip offl Offi
cers Shrader and Lawrence arrested the pnr
ties. Each paid a fineof' $4.26 this morn.:
ing 'and received hig di4eharge. • ' •
Zacharias Saylor emoved a badge ftom
the collar of a young man's coat at the' fair
"yesterday, and was taken in pharge by ofUer,
Lewis. Accused paid the costa tilismorning
And the case was settled.• • • •
Nelson Bennethum hibibed too much
yesterday, daring the fair exeitement,"AbOut
6 o'clock last eveningho was staggering
against the people at the corner of' Sixth ana
Penn streets, Officer, IVhittaker took him in chaike, and epnveyed him,to police held-
2 uarterti.- Betarnedln default of payment or
Jas. Curlew was arrested 'yesterday, at
Sixth 'and Bingaman 'streets, accused.' of
striking Geo. W. Moyer threntimes on the,
back of the bead, and tearing his coat, while
the said George was Conveyed home • a, 'fel
low boarder who had become too "free and
easy.". The charge was not sustained at the
bearing this morning, and•the case, was dis
pmma:Rechle,r: peon a tear.yesterday.--- 4 :
She hid met aeottntry on
treated her to brandy. She became' a niiis
snot/ and endeavored to opset,the buggies,
&e. Officer Lewis took
~charge of heland
bro w her to the. lock-np with difficulty,—
Retained in default of fine and cost. , i •
Tol Dlrrptssolz.77olle of the chief points
of difference liteeween,eivilizerandlarbarous
maiihind in the - attentiongiven to' the,
naturarcavering ter the,headf the one being
onrefully erd, cleaneed and brushed, ana 'the.
othei alloWedld`teinain nrithinkoMpt.,
The use 4 44 Bayretitv's - Vegetable Hair Res
torative" will empire :all that could be ;de
`ailed !),y olviipottir:o,r iporo4 by,botfaiisni.
—Boston 'Pod. setit.l,B•,iw
:Atornrivil in tlinElnial
40-I , l*
. tt,tl,lAito. ,inlitAifolilareit e l
Major , General , . N e bat hadAn.lnte •
ew with the' leo ono with
*3 ' • esigtlty Of Wer, - ;''',lrere the letter he'
J etittUreetruetlit9y .., .
A l I 1
nce te;hit p' - tnd ,pr4t,e4 ', f tt! • • 1
ii coplinitill i and as
it neceor mon on tf
eiblioss.ooo444ooo4itittlOW‘ .. .
, ()tenet' inreatigition of the , ,
l eorONlMilititleiiiklidliflf *NOV
attire n to s4 justige,i 1 • '. t
uor„„,-, • li I 1,
it , 1 14 )11 :* , , !,i .=, , f v., .) •`A ~,
, Viettahg 06 At.• ,-. .I._, • • • _22-_-'
totomimi*NYerm ik ,
061440bn: urit ed
ilAy; with thiritt'Oitiefin`stelyttlitalldWilie,
on the groupd,that ho ,w 0 r e lkesed
prosecution by 'the
An 'appeal / MO entered 117 1 the Prtitetnitidi.
Was : : finnl,o' 4inclow46ll::this r4OrAnp , tito
06vilnniont, abandoning : 06 . ease'• '.l%dge .
chniged thakinntunuch att 5W4441144
nnt ,bon,t!red:;for ttempu;'.And 'Copspiwnly,,
,years the innotie Gill 'or'
went wail in!iii4l.
r ' .PIED: .. • • .
SNYDint.—Tn Roadintr. Sept. Zth, nanny Au.
quarua 4 infant ar of arid and, May Ann PnY•
dor, aged 11 won US an 23 Oro. - 1, '._ . I .
'( The Mends eh to yea ire reopeottnnY tor I
tod to attend the fu 1, without furthir notice,
oh Saturday,. Sept* 'Mtk afternoon at 4 o °look. to
proeeod tolhe Oothoito Mut • toty• -..- v t k,.
Iltudiong & Bro.: Bankonefo: 16 tiolGi AWL s treet
^ quota as °nowt ~- ,
rabl$014 . 01."10• OW: '
Qldy, B. Or.. ... ~. . n o
ld.V. .6's 182 i
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ow IL 0:6. o. 1861$ ivilY 1014 40n: ~- , .
OW E 4 §, th 20. 4, 18 C 6 1,A 1 A7 sou ADVO •‘. • r
0,111.15. 2 rit0, .• • - .%•
.11.13,6, d 18674 • July and Jan. ,
:wF, r e t . =664 . , - . - • , :
Gold a llow York . ;_ p lai o 18 o'olool. .: -; . ',' . lit
Gold In Readlniat 11 hone &Woe,. T. . - I
41vAliorci Higrax KERPEnte
. ' • ", • •144 419:4: •
Bur to tt Ito m al , deig„ It , ~.. • IL ,
grintware1bt0.,1 ,, ..,....., . ',,,..,, 22,
Boos—Hotto i doion Ae . . ,
Ar t rlAS3Pf e rii
_., 11 1 4 : 44 12
1 0 I ' s 1 r 44 7 14 1 1 :7'*" , 4 18
41 " 4 4.413 — sefecak, ionitillillB, * ' . 99 :
9 ' ' ',......,
44 , 4• , , rum p., :I , • * ** 4 •
~,!(.. rd ,
" • toottoost, • •
• " ' Isserlied,, , .
.., • _ . 410 ,m
" • chi tt tiotg, , i ,
" • • e ops. , ~ . ,
" Mutton. - ipis
" .. Pork. f . •". • m.. 1.1 18
." steak, ' " , , .
,". Sausage froalt. ''' v•1".1.4.41. b?'. s
0 ; " :. " , stooked, , zr* ,
litwLllatne , -,., • • *.. ,9 021
SIIOULtikRB--• ! " 1/
BIDES— • •
PotfAnalir—Chickens :: -- ,
. , 1
' 4 : ' Turklee Hya tt " • _
" . Sprlflg r olnOnttil pair, 780®1 00
pEATM9I . tY 04,L,H
A:BLE REAL" STATE,
win ue oold, at thoi Kentonolion*(?4 )
SATURDAY,` OOTODEFi •
lit, 1 o'clock pile., ill hat of or piece of ground,
situated on the south a d o of Pebn street, known as
the Ziebor propelty, . minded on the east by pro,-
petty of 000, IY. senders, owtho west • by property
of Daniel Sehnaider, on the north' by Penn 11 od,
on the boutli byihorrY nllo7# coligfr ont,
on Penn street, feet, And in depth et, tw
ilit thereon erect d a
• TWO•STORY.XIRICK DWELLING,
afid a two-ptory SHOP on Penn street, ant
a largo BRICK 13TAIILEI on Chem' allot. Ooad
Hon, of sato will be made known at tilt abovo Uwe
and place. by WM. Y. LYON. Anotionoor,
air At the same time and plane will he sold GO
aliases of National Union Bank stook" and 'lO shares
of 174m4rs',$.1\tlottal Bank btoolc . , by
Y. LYON, Auctioneer. -
Pert 21, 2,t, 26, 28, oot ,
CARPETS I CARPETS
B. H.' MARIC.LEY & CO.,
No.'llB Plum street; below Franklip, .betteeen
• Sixth-and •gerenth streets, .1
Respectfully inform the oltitenkot needing and.
vielnity/ that they are Manufacturing the Very host
Ingrain, ail-wool Carpets, over °feud in tbid oily
Latestpatterns and colors. . Wholesale and retaß
at Now York_prices, ,
We invite the nubile to examine our steeds befo,to
purchasing eleOirbere, and save 25 per cont. Buy
out of first, hands and save money, •
septlB-lreo* IL IL hiARICLRY,kOO,t
0 A Tal: COAL!!:
NOTIOEI TO THE PEOPLE OF •READINO
and vicinity.—Owing to the groat end grOWlng
demand for the celebrated Hickory Coal, and the
imposition eothetimes practiced upon the cop:nati
on', I have deemed it best for the Interest of all, to
place the exclusive eale-of the above cal In the
hands of Messrs. ODERT & 00., and YLULL &
BEYEELE, of this piece, At whose yards can be
found at all times a conetant eupply of all oleos. , .
. ' W HAZZARDi
rept 18-1* .4 ' FRAtIK
Age . ht for ShiPpete
KitypEß.tt aO., '•
htartufaetorero of •
• . DR. STGIVER'k • l l ',
Celebrated Tod) , Herb' Bitters.'
• Ithpoiterspf .
• WINES, AND LIQUORS,
Also sola onta forBAILII7% MIRIVOUID /0 4 /
• ; .
No. 121 l'iortyrhird Stoat;
•• ; ' r
- For solo at tho Eagle Bookstore. '1
•' • suit 21-tr
pAST FREIGHT LINE
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BETWEEN READING AND NEW YORE
MORRIS' AI4O I ESSEX RAILROAD
• • .
Leaves Reading at 4p, m. , York
p.m. %si de **pod for Now York R la
irekrktnous°. boron' 8 o'CIOOLP; , MJ, 0 rOY
int fOot of Barclay street, Now xork Da it'
o'elock p.m., will be dalivored at el or at -
ouLreshiptaeat. W. y
hmlifteightAiliit; 7,1414 R 060101 1, .
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i 7 amivo , u4ggept, M. R
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%tequila upoa Micah orgical qenktlowy,
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min aeooloolleb t i a i leetioik ' '
I Its elect *petite ere ee
'entirely UMW. 611 to be es applicable to the ebtl4l Qt mt.
liter Niro MI 64 tb. 44/10t. 9'tiool l l2oloNlCCWlthil e's. 100.
1 tlitc that tea LI tsbOtik4ool It hot beiraft elt totitmerer,
6 ° tiler : ei s444" liVregatitt s'st
elrept/04 Mb (y
t „ . ~
1 In fatuumak ra . won
To . bodice' its , Iva.
No fam _ sly that once becomes acquainted
yijr'kuee,uli be s4lii?s4o!ift..
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will bo ileposod of ba.,
low those - of any otherioit.;
' tiibllebinont, in' the
• city. ,
. OtAllrives, Mthfpg,tofl4, to order.
goys' qotiting apit,stri. '64 'hand and
nado to . order. •
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no Stock of Furnishttig Goods Is dseiclealy
it bf 4 and K6O Oil;c11AVOi IP VI? •
) 1 / ? all IWO inCsktlifi , l • • I
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liturtie tit ail traisste;illl 6-112114:ift UP I OW. /
131TC1rit : 1110a$
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