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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

_headquarters, Pennsylvania Militia, fiospital Department, ' HABB1_SBUKQ, February 13. 1863. npHE STATE MEDICAL BOARD OF PENNJ_ SYLVANIA will meat in PHILADELPHIA on TUESDAY, MAKCH 3u, 1863, and continue in session during tbe weekto examine _caudidates for tbe post of medical officers in Pennsylvania Kegiments. The appointment of a number of Askietant _Snrgaona will be required immediately to nil ?ac*OCi8» flow existing, as well as for others constantly occurring. Physicians of Pennsylvania in good health, furnishing proper testimonials for industry, sobriety and loyalty, will be admitted to the examination. It is Important that the names be registered on the first day of the meeting. By order of the Governor. JAMES KINO, feb.2l-3tj Burgeon General PeansylYanift "THE ACE " A FIRST CLASS DEMOCR YTIC DAILY AND J\ Weekly Paper will be Issued about _tbs 1st of March. Subscriptions solicited by tha Agents for Berks connty, STRICKLAND & BROTHER, Feb 21-21] 23 East Market Squar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

FRANK B. FICHTHORN_, _WTo. 42 ZSast Venn Street, above 6th, South side. HAS NOW OPEN, AND FOR SALE, THE following desirable GROCBRIES, viz; NEW CITRON, NEW CANDIED LEMON PEEL. NEW LAYER RAI8IN8, KEW BDNCH _HAISINg, NEW SEEDLESS SATSINS. EXTRA MINCED MEAT, VALENCIA BAISINS, FRESH PEACHES, CRANBKRRIEB FBESH PLUMS, QUINCE JELLY, FBESH TOMATOES, CURRANT JELLY, FRS8H PKAR8_, DRIED APP_?E8 NCE _^ACH JAM, "" _O**™™ DRIED PEACHES, PLUM JAM, _UHIKV CHERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DRIED BLACKBERRIES. PRIED ELDERBERRIES, _»T»«»^ DRIED STONED CHBRRIBB, ALMOND CRACKERS, DRIED CORN, G_1SGER NUTS, HOMIHT, * C, &C. WINE BISCUITS, SODA BISCUIT3, SWEET CIDER, FARINA CRACKERS, and PURE CIDER VINEGAR, FAMILY CRACKERS, COAL OIL, EXTRA FAMILY SOAP, PURE PEPPER, NO. 1 SALMON. PURE. SPICES, NEW MESS MACKEREL, TUBS OtTO Wt, NO. 1 MACKEREL, NO. 2 MACKEREL. SCOTCH HERRIWO, RICH MILD CHBBSB_, R. MIDDLBTON'S & CO'S., KOLLOCK & CO'S _BOULER. $ WIEKEL'S and QUQENHBIM'S DAH&ELION COFFE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Fniladelphia and Reading Bail Road WINTER ARRANGEMENT ESiMBmy&8_^2ikov _passenuek trains eS&&_*_WS' W2$!"m1<B B* Kovksbkk 17, 18(J2. (Passing Beading) DOWN. TO PHILADELPHIA, at <i.3O and 11.10 A. M., 12 noon, and 4.20 P. H. UP, TO POTTSVILLE, at 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 V. M. WEST, TO LEBANON AND HARRISBUKG: Western Express from New-York, at 12.07 midnight. Mail Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and 6.00 P. M. On Sundaystho Down A. M. Train passes Reading, at 9.20 A. M., and Up Trainat 5.57 P. M. Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. M. up Trains connect at Port CllDtonr._jrTainaqua _. Williamaport, JJlailM, Buffiilo, Niagara and Canada. The 11.10 A. M. Train only connects at Port _Cliston for Wilkesbarre, _Scranton and Pittston. Tbe Western _Exprens Trains connect at Harrisburg with _Express Trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad for Pittsburgh, and all points West; and the Mail Trains connect at _iiarrisbnrg for LancasterChamlieraburg, Sunbnry, WilliauiHliort, Lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

FRESH SUPPLY OF DEY GOODS DAVID NEFF HAS JUST RETURNED PROM THE PRINcipal market, and is now openin g a large assortment of He has also on hand a very large assortment of all kinds of AMERICAN ASD FOREIGN GOODS, At prices 30 per cent, lower tban they can be purchased by tbe PACKAGE from the Importers, comprising in part BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, And a general assortment of _Radios ' and Gentlemen ' Wear* Which will be sold at an average price, comparing favorably with auy other House in thin city or in Philadelphia. Purchasers, wholesale and retailare cordially invited to call and see and judge for _tneimtetves. (.Feb 21 1_SftA ) PHILADELPHIA f Sfl o 18t>3 | PAPER HANGINGS, j _18bd HOWELL A BOURSE, CORNER _SOURTH & MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA, have now in stock, a fine variety of • Wall Papers, got np _expressly for their Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE, to which they invite the attention of Storekeepers. Hfg- In their Retail Department, will be found ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

sxsoo rpo LOAN ON MORTGAGE. Apply to X Feb. 14-StJ QBO. G. BABCLAT JOHN RALSTON*, ATTORNEY AT LAW, QkF FICB WITH A. B. WANNER, NORTH ' Sixth Street, (above the Court House,) Beading, Pa. _ebruary 21.1863-ly Dissolution of Co-Fartnersbip. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE _Jli partnership heretofore existing between tbe undersigned, engaged in tbe Clothing business under the firm of " Jameson <S Co.," was _dlBeolved on the 13th of November, 1882.by the withdrawal of (he junior partner, Albert H. Jameson, by mutual consent. The _buaiaeso will be continued at the old _staud by James Jameson and William A. Medlar, under tbe name of "JameBon »Co." as heretofore. JAMES JAMESON, WILLIAM H. MEDLAR, Feb 21,1863-31] ALBERT H. JAMESON. 1 m\ f\_T\_Ck BARBELS OF TBE 1UU, UUU LOOI _MANUFACTURING CO'S j e-srj_»-wmu» _mm_.TMB2rmrrM?WE3 130 South Wharves, Philadelphia, Fa. npHIS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF X $150000, the most extensive Works of the kind in the World, and an experience i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

WAR NEWS! Another Said by Stuart's Kebel Cavalry Attack on Averill's Cavalry. V&9 Rebels Repulsed and Routed Stafford, Thursday, Feb. 2G, 1863. About noou yesterday, Stuart's Cavalry made an attack on part of Averill's division of Cavalry, Dear Han wood Church. Quite a skirmish ensued, resulting in the repulse of the Rebels. Oar loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners is said to be about 40. A Kebel captain and lieutenant are among their killed. Another captain was taken prisoner; also a number of privates. The Rebels are now at Deep Bun, about four miles above _Hartwood Churoh. There was some firing heaid la that direction this afternoon. REPORTED CAPTURE OF THE QTJEKN OF THE WEST. ... The most important news from the Southwest is the reported capture of the Union ram Queen of the West, whose gallant exploits in running the blookade at Vicksburg are already known to our renders. She is said to have been captured under Fort Taylor, at Gordon's _Laudiog, on the Red...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET.. _FBIDA7_, Feb. 27, 1803. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is less activity in Flour to-daybut holders are very firm in their views and not very anxious to mil; 6@T00J bb!« have been taken, mostly western and fegnsj Ivar.la extra family, at $7 00@S 20 fur low grade and eboice brands, including 1000 bbls round hoop Ohio at tbe latter _luure; 1000 bbls private; 600 bbls common and good extras at $7_@7 &O, and 200 bbls good superfine at $6 30 _f? bbl. Tbe saies to the trade are to a fair extant, witbin the Bum- range of prices for superfine and extras, and $8 6C@$9 60 $1 bbl for high family aud fancy brands, as in quality. Kye Flour is arm at 95, and Pennsylvania Corn A!«al scum at $1 38 bbl, and the saleg light. The receipts to-day are 2700 bbls floor. 8600 bug wheat 6000 bn_» corn, and'7K'O bus oats. There is very little Wheat _otfering today, but the demand is less active and prices steady, with further sales of 11@12,OOO bus at $170®178 for good and prime w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

ORPHANS' COURT BALE P URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THK ORJL pbaus' Court of Berks county, will be _nolil »t _Fnblip _Vendne, on Wednesday, tbe 4th day of March, A. 1)., 1S03 at tbe public boase uf Catharine Krick, in Sj.iU.ji towu-«liip, _Berka county, ib« followint! described Ki-nl _Kuurte, situate in Spdna township, county aforesaid, to wit; No. 2—All that certain elegant LIMhSTONfi land, commencing in a public road, thence along said road North 4 degrees, West 2 4 perches to a point on Lebanon Valley Kailroad, thence along said Lebanon Valley Railroad South 78_*_f degrees, W eel 28 perches to a poiut, thence along said Lebanon Valley Kail road i>ontb _l\_hi deuroeH, West '21 per Cbes to a point on Paid l>ebauon Valley Railroad, along _laadBof WUllAto _Zsrr. North 17K degrees, West29.4 perches, pints the width of tho Railroad to a point _iifeald vmliam Zeir, thence along line of Division, No. 1, .South ._01, ' i degreeB, West 07 perches to a point of Job n _Withers, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

SINGER & COS. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, WITH ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS, Is the bkst and cheapest and host beadVipdl of all Sewing Machines. This Machine will sew anything, from the runnlft_? «f a tack In _Tarlgtau to tbe making of an Overcoat—anything from PiloF or Beaver Cloth down to tbe softest Gauze or Gossamer Tiasne_, and is ever ready to do its work to perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and has capacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This _iB not the only Machine that can fell, hem, hind, and ¦o fortlr_, but it will do so better than any other Machine. The tetter "A" Family Sewing Machine may be had _ina great variety of cabinet oases. The Folding Case, which U now becoming so popular, is, as its name implies, one that can be folded into a box or case, which, when opened, makes a beautiful, substantial, and spacious table for tbe wojrk to rest upon. Tbe cases are of every imaginable de l sign—plain as the wood grew in iU native fore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

IMPORTANT 10 FEMALES. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS. combination 01 _ineee _ruis 'rue ingredients id are me result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in cumctingall irregularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all obstructionswhether from _COid or Otherwise, headache, pain in tbe side, palpitation of Ilia heart,wliit88, all _nsrTUUB _affectfonti, hysterics_, pain In the baek and limbs, &c, disturbed al«ep, irbtch arise from Interruption of nature. DR CHEESEMAN'S PILLS was the commencement of a new era in the treatment of those irregularities and obstructions which have _cousigned so many to a premature _oravb Mo female can enjoy good health unless she is regular, and whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to decline. DB. CHEBSEMAH'S PtLL9 are the most effectual remedy ever known for all complaints peculiar to Femates. To all _claBaes they are invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periodical regularity. They...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

TO THEJLADIES. GLASS AND ftDEESSWARE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of the following kinds of FAHC7 CHINA AH.TI0LSS. French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizes, Card Baskets. Card _Receivers, Jewel BoxesCologne Bottles, Motto Coffees, Watch Holders, Inkstands, Cigar Stand*, and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for tbe What-Not. Also Bobemian and French Glassware* Such as Wlae Bottles, Decanters, _GobleUand WlDe Glasses, Liquor Setts, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles, Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c, &c, and Common Glassware of evtry description; together with an extensive stack of _QVBBNSWAKB, Consisting in part, of Wblte Grablte Tea and Toilet _satta _. Tea and Coffee Cops, Dinner, Breakfast and Butter Plates, Dishes of all kinds, Pitchers, Hugs, Bowls, *c , &c, with a full line of common ware, all of which we offer at unusually low prices. An inspection of our...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Present organization or the _fenn sjlvania Reserves. COL. H. G. SICKEL, Commanding Division. FIBST BRIGADE. .Col. Win. M'Candiess, (Second regiment.) First Rifles, Captain C. F. Taylor. First Infantry, Captain Wm. C. Talley. Second Infantry, Captain P. J. Smith. Sixth Infantry, Captain John Shnll. SEOOSQ BBIQADK. Col. H. C. Bolinger, (Seventh regiment,) com _mandiog. Third Infantry, Major William Brine*. Fourth Infantry, Lieut. Col. R. H. Woolworth Seventh Infantry, Major C. A. Lyman. Eighth Infantry, Major S. M. Bailey. THIBD BRIGADE. Col. J. W. Fiaher, (Fifth regiment,) command ing. Fifth Infantry, Captain H. M. Smith. Ninth Infantry, Major J. M'K- Snodgrass. Tenth Infantry, "Major J. B_« Knox. Eleventh Infantry, Captain J. P Spear. Twelfth Infantry, Captain H. G. Oliver.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

LIVERPOOL (BUM _MiD (Blii_33WiilBi JUST OPEN-ED, At No. 50, Bast Penn Street, Reading, Between Sixth and Seventh, (Formerly Otto's Dry Goods (•tore,) . A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT /\ of French China, Parian Ware, Lava Ware, Terra Cotta Ware, French and American Glass Ware, Plated Goods and Cntlery_, all of which will be sold at New-York 1_'riceN for cash. Tbe Proprietor has facilities never before presented to the citizens of Keadlng, for selling them all DESCRIPTIONS OF GOODS In hiM line, and as _helnteodu to give his attention exclusively to the sale of these articles, he hopes tbe public will sustain bim in his efforts to e_«tab1lnh a first-class China, GlaBS and Queensware Store in Reading. Aug. 2-tf] W. S. HALL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

The IT. S. Revenue Hydrometer, FOR ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER cent, of Alcobol in inspected liquors, by which th* amount of dnty to be paid for Internal revenue, is calculated. The instrument, with glass jar and book of tables and instructions, is packed In a polished Mahogany Box With lock and key. Price »7. Book only ao cents. &J&VKVU.G TRANSIT LEVELS, _COMPAWJS, and Chains, Swiss Dbaftinq _Instbdhknts, made by JAMES W. QUEEN & CO., Manufacturing Opticians, 921 Chestnut 8treet, Jan Sl-3mo] Philadelphia, Pa. _COAXi OXTb I OOAZi OIL 11 " GOOD _BUttNINCf GOAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS aqnart, at 6E0. LEECH CO'8, Corner of Fifth tad Penn Square, next door to Sorbon'_t Mansion House. *«k*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Editor of Gazkttk. ¦Dear Sir:—With your _permission I wish to say to the readers of your _pstjier that _IjfiH f-enil by return mail to all who wish it, (free) a K««pe, -wl-.h fall _dlrccfions for _making and using a simple ¦_jp>_getn.ble Balm, that will effectually _remote, In 10 d**_. Pimples, BlotcheB, Tan, Freckles, and all Imparities '>f ibe Skin, leaving the same soft, clear, smooth and beautful. I will also mail f.ee to tboie having Bald Heads or Bare Faces, simple directions and _^formation that will enable _thein to start a full growth of _luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a _Monstatfiie, ill less thin 30 _dayB. AU applications answered by return mail witloot cbarge. Respectfully 7»<"B _> TH(<8. F. CHAPMAN, Feb 2S-3mo] Chemist, No. 8H _Biadwsy, New-York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

DANIEL H. WENRICH, DEALER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, Corner of Penn and Second Streets READING, PA. rpHANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL SHARE OF X enstom that has been extended to him during tbe last three years, respectfully informs the public tbat he Is prepared to buy all sorts of COUNTRY PRODUCE, at the highest market prices, for Cash. He refers to the following persons: REFERENCES. • CH4BI.BS Kesm.brKditor"Adler." HlRAU 8. GETZ, Wholesale Grocer. C. B. _MoKJUBBT, _CSBhler _tJuion Bank. ' William Keblt, Agent Howard and Sope Expresses. KAOPFMAN & Kissinger, Merchants. Jacob _Bdshonq, Distiller. [Feb 21-31*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

f&- A COUGH, COLD, OR AN IRRITATED TH&6AT if allowed t6 progress, results in _gerioua Pulnwaary fend Bronchial affections, oftentimes yicarable. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reach directly the affected part* and give almost instant relief. In Bboxchitis, Asthma, and Catabbh they are beneficial. Tie good effects resulting from tbe use of the Trochesiftd their extended me, has caused tbem to be counterfeited. Be lure to guard against worthless imitations. Obtain only the genuine Brown's Bronchial Troches which have proved their efficacy by a teat of many years. Public Speakers and _SiSGERa should use the Troches. Military Officers and Soldiers who over-tax the voice And are exposed to BQdden changes, should nave them. Sold everywhere at 25 cents per box. (_jra. 24-Smo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

The Confessions and Experience of a Poor Young Man. A GENTLEMAN having been enred of the results of early errot and disease, will, from motives of _benevolence, send to those who request it, a copy of the above interesting narrative, published by himself. This little book is designed as a warning and caution to yonng men and thO_66 who suffer from Nervous Dkbilitt, Loss of Memory, Pbematdbe Decat, &c, &c, supplying at the same time the means of self cure, Single copies will be rant under seal in a plain envelope,—without charge,—to any who request ii, by addressing the author, CHAS. A. LAMBERT,Esq.,. nov 29-8mol • Greenpolnt, Long Island, New-York.

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