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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

DR. ¥M_, B. HURD'S TOOTHACHE DROPS. FOR THE CtfRE OF TOOTHACHE produced by exposed nerves. It is particularly adapted to all cases of children afflicted with TOOfHACHE. Parents can relieve themselves from that distressing weariness caused by LOSS Of SLEEP , and their children from great suffering, by keeping a bottle of DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTHACHE DROPS in the house. Price, only _12 Cents per Bottle.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_OfMtre F««i4rj ml _Mwhiie sk 4t ft _iissst. A M MtfaDsttS ' ¦ _comirn mr _tpofap_^. mp mtn _aum _nrnmm _isjunura ¦_hbwbrtT_^1 ' _iSu^^pi&SS S_^ KtsnRpapKt_^ WeiffhtsPlough and _»tcve _Osstlngs. *e., to. ' *••» Si would also call the attention ohh._jubll_, to h stsortment or patterns e£ Iroa _SsUinn1 _ftr _Otusi_^_rp _Svm * wWh* _for aeatoess an* «»«»bUHy _esnnot «_t« " _._fe _Kreoritiewhere. He _reepeetfelly invites tb« _wff_i oali«ad _SsmtaeWi _ttsekfcsl»r» _parthaslnc _elts»h.ite he hu reeentl» redoeed hlierteee to _sultUis tlSiT_,*" m SSinSr_^" _tomr man,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

**ThBT_0 U Ho «neh Word tm _^_Mlh_^ TAERAST'8 0_OMFOT** 1XTIUOT CUBEBS «& COPAIBA. rpflIB PREPARATION ,1k . _PARTICUJLAEty <_tau_£_^ Cmdbj u. for;the «_BW<y and ss£taat«uW _^o_^_s^^^^^ r/._^^1 naltormesletae,fre_4aeaily««e«ttag» ear* UttSSror •Mtfdays. r - f*-r~i— _TTtrnnli nr _Mtis. tin rbsfa r_«_MHMnioliW14oss UikUktskitSkTWm Mini iflsft'4tt*9sU _Ussssf 1|^|A _afjUkssleri fcsfc _Assse ft _<m JtSrS "_^^ •^" _""1™!;™ ! ¦^¦^ i^^^^ ,^»_mj_^p_^. W9. J_**_si _MMMHsOTtMIKvl _towS_^_Sraai! ?"_^ ^» ¦ ***«* _4em7otrin> _uammem ovnvw ah_» omauaj _u terftU.!Md aiqple:dti«««oaa fWo_^ _fe c£_^ W»» _OTST_^ _^^_wfiSBf _^,. _» »'_^O'*»^^ .'««"W«e_^_kVTorfc. fadfars_>_fr»7_flragtj_«e»_trtM»._llr. >• i Haatt-_^fc' » tlBW _COACET _MAlrtJPAOTbtfT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

FRE§H _GROCERICQ Z REDUCED PRIOES _^^^B fa-_^^^^^^^s_^^^^^_s_^_sMM _flriHH_^^^^^^_Tft _-1 _SH sH^^^sssssssssssssss_^_S_^r _^ i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

LaOiw' Clocks wid _Mwitillwu _ACUITBW #fc Co_^ 839 Chutnut Street, opposite the , • ' . • : ¦ —AMD— ¦ i TBOTH_'_T HBA_^^ _BSTXA_^_lflHMBKTfl. __Aliidfe«B»nehoo»e front _tfo _&*&& xSSSf_^ _?%£ ItoSBwifSfflBfi p _^s-isii. ' kW"ip«""*'»_'"i "*if;'ir:« selected with the neatest _sare and made upunder«ur*wn paid to all orders for mourning. .____ -.mj.rmr AORBWatCO.. _AOKBW * _JBS_^_ttJBSLs poslte the Continental Hotel, door above Chestnut St., Philadelphia. PWladel&hl_*_- April 86,186B-_«mo ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

OR. WM. B. HIIRO'S TOOTH POWDER. This Powder possesses the CARBONIC WITHOUT THE INJURIOUS PROPERTIES OF CHARCOAL, and is free from all Acids or Alkalies that can in the least injure the Teeth. Its action _beinq entirely mechani-OAIi—POLISHING WITHOUT _trTEARTNO .THE _SHAMEI_). -:-, :•¦ _, ., . - " ._riV".. ' . ¦ - ' OR. W«. B. HURD'S TQOJH POWDER IS RECOMMENDED BY ALL EMINENT DENII8TS. Price, 25 Cents per Box.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_WtiM>_IMMMTii MANTILLAS LAM»mWJlwt 0» wawwi_» _mnnaui _&*>** _TJtflLL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVANTAU* If toviaittheoM«ttabUthe«-lsMM Ot Mssart_£i_» _^^^_y]^^*^^^*^^.,! _UUp6_«i««i»_iOi: _rnmntmrnnm m*Miv -nr-a _ds.j.. TAPES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS_^c / -flKM_^_JkShfsMMH|^^M .A _1_^ssM_^ ' _^sWMt _' ism%4BM*^sswW»_mVsMi . ' Wo. i'j|b_»wb_»rry liiMt, awttiwmi _pmLajpflurai*_. .

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

READING SAYINGS BANK. INCORPORATED MAT 11, 1855. CAPITAL, _t»O,OOO. Banking House, East Market Square, North Side, Reading- , Fa. _TpkEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS X__J to Ten Thousand Dollar*; Money is received on deposit from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. - . Interest will be allowed at the rate of Ttoe per cent, per annum, ou all sums remaining on deposit, for one year or more. On. sun, remaining leas than a yean Interest will be si* lowed at the rate of four per cent, per annnm. «T- All the assets of the Bank and _thetou&viduat prop erty o/ the stockholders , are liable lor the payment of Deposits. , • Persona who have money to depositare Invited to call at the Banking House for further information. DIBECT0B8. David Todbb, Gibbox 8*»bc, Miobabi. _Gbdbib, Comud Bsbsx, Dahisl B. Lobah, Conrad Y. Bjbidi.ee. a. r. a, < _^Prtsident—k. V. BOAS. Cashier—AVAW LEIZK. _fdec 21-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

ALLEN & NEEDLES' SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME Unequalled by any other in the market, always THE SAME IN _DUALITY, And Invariably to be relied on as a MANURE of standard excellence. Price $45 per 2000 lbs- (2i cents per lb) Its eontinued success for so many years past is the but _Guarantee the Farmer has that he Is buying a GEXVUXNB ARTICLE. Our Super Phesphai* »f time ie not _ctaugei i» _U« character every eesaon_, but is what it purports to be, uniform la Its chemical constituents, and always to be relied on.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES FOR FAMILY USE AND MANUFACTURING PURPOSES, WITH HEMMERS_, FELLERS, TUCKERS, C0RDER8, BINDERS, &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

•_jHbVMLJ -daV. 9aT MOB m PERUVIAN. We sell none but No. 1, received direct from the Peruvian Government. ICHABOE. A very superior article, received direct from the Island. plaster, Ground Plaster—a raperior article, packed in good strong barrels. BONES. Button Makers'Bono Dust and Ground Bonos. Warranted Pure. Bffi, A liberal _deduetiSn made to Dealers on the atiove article*. ALLEN & NEEDLES, 42 South Wharves and 41 South Water St. (Mrst Store above _Chtstnut, * ) Maron 8-3m1 PHILADELPHIA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

CARPETS and OIL CLOTHS J T> HOUGHJr., WOULD RESPECTFULLY J_. liTlUlln attention of _Honrolteepers and _CounhJ KnianU, to his N*» Spring Styles cf _OARPSTim at the choicest colors and most celebrated makes; consistluf of grade, which will be told at such price a* wftVlWSSZn*UK RWHl. la *y UaetoFc»n? aB«'e»> "i_'nglUh Tapestry Brussels7_fl eente to $1 MX. Innaln Carpets, suitable for chambers, sitting-rooms and parlors, 81,40, «_SK. W *»d _»7 _^ «•_"*• P« _T** , Basr. Hemp. Bntrr »nd 8Ulr Carpet*to., also, a Urge stock of Floor Oil Cloth, Window Shades, in great variety, _SuAm 8_trMta._¥Mlad_«li>hi». THuehl-Sm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of pnihXDmhvniAf OFTICE, _Hoa. 430 AJfD 437 CHESTNUT STREET. Capital, - - • - - aioo_. ooo 00 Perpetual Premiums, • - $924,346 II Less PIvb Per Cent. - - 46,217 29 ._ $878,127 35 TJsexptreaTempoTsry Premiums, 203,633 90 Lees for the portion of time expir* ed on policies over one year, 20,085 18 $183,548 40 Surplus, • • . 899,32960 Total, ¦ . . fS.3aO.005 T9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_AJJOEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER. This manure, from Its superior qualityand the very low price at which we are selling, enables the Fanner to nse It when he could not conveniently bny other articles- Those who hare used it heretofore, are again doing so now, Which is tbe best evidence of Its excellent and

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

STATE TAXATION _RiptH 6/ the _OoMMisMdndrs _appointed hy the Governor to prepare a Revised Revenue Code, under a Joint Resolution of the Legislalme, approved April 11, 1862- ' ~ "J_^be Commissioners appointed by the Governor, in pursuance of the authority of the joint reeoiulion of tne Legislature, passed the lllh day of April, 18C2, "relative to revising the revenue laws of the Commonwealth," respectfully sub mit then report_. It is _turned that the Legislature, by the resolution _aphorizing the commission, contemplated such ao.ion on the part of the commissioners _aa wouVieau to a new system for levy ing and collecting taxes, and at the same time establish a more _editable distribution of the burthens of taxation. The laws now existing relating to the raising V revenue are confused, ambiguous and, in their _^ration, unjust. The commissioners, by the aceo\,_j,any j ng bill which they submit as part of their r_»_nort, have endeavored to systematize the mode of assessing prop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

DEMOCRATIC PROTEST Against Ike Bill te Indemnify the President anu Others for suspending the privilege of the Writ oj Habeas Corpus, In the House of Representatives, at Washington, Monday, December 22, 1802, Mr. Pendleton, of Ohio, offered the following resolution;; Resolved, That the following protest of thirtysix members of this House against tbe passage of House bill No. 591 be entered upon the Journal : On the 9th day of December, A. D. 18C2, and during tlie present _eeseion of Congress, Mr\ _Stbtbns, of Pennsylvania, introduced the bill No. 591, _CLtitled "An act. to indemnify the President, and other persons, for a suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus , and acts done,111 rursuance thereof," and after its second reading mffved that its consideration be made the _spns»l order for the Thursday then next onsuin* which motion beipo -_^W_™ «T—H*_S_°n _tOTe pr»»ious question, and this being sustained, under the operation thereof, the bill was read a third time,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL ^^KSTABLISHED AS A KEFDGE FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. T\R. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE _if_^"7i ?em !n ' Snesdy and only _Effectnal Remedy in Ih.'World _fcr .11 Prinie DlewwesW«,kneM of th» _BaeU or UmtM .Strictures, Affections«f the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Impotency, General DebiUi "•r 'OII *«M«» . Dyspepsia. Langnor, Low Spirits, Confutionorideas, Palpitation of the HeartaimUity, Trembling, _JJnuiass of Sight or Giddiness, _Disea« of the Head, k. o*t »OBe or gkhlj Affectl0n8 of tho UTOt | T,nllgs, ri&'SSjJ or Bowrti-thoM _Tirtblt DHordflTa arUiBg tnm tie Solitary Habits of Yonth-tho»e beoeet and solitary .? more n<al to their victims than the song of Sy _reus to the Mariners or Ulysses, blighting tbeir most brilliant bopes or antic ipations, rendering marriage, Ac, impossible vouxra- bsbbv ¦spedally. who have become the victims of 8olltary Vice, wat dreadful and destructive n»bU rbl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

EDWARD H. SHEARER, A TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE IN COURT 3. street, North side Heading, Pa. [april 26-frno. REMOVAL_^ WILLIAM H. LIVINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT LAWhas removed Bis office to the north side of Court street aret Joorbalow _Slath. [decM»tf . " ABNBB K. BTAUFFER , A TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE, COURT street, below Sixth, Reading, Pa. [april 80 JBSSE _GK KAWIiB"ST, ATTOBNBY AT LAW-, OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN ¦treat, above Sixth, Beading, Pa. JOT Will be at FrleUenBbnrg_, every Thursday. September 29,1860-ly* diaries Davis , ATTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS Office to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David irdon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court House. ¦ [»Pr_» M Daniel Brmentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH _J\. Siktk street, corner of Conrt allay. [*»g _>M_? David Neff, TITHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN *V Foreign and Domestic DBY QOOD8, Ho. 26 Out eanstreetTBeadin«, P», [March 10,1860. LIYINGOOD'S United States Bounty, Back Pay arid Pension Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Our business was f nished before dinner, and we walked out in the _grounds, which were quite extensive, and tastefully arranged. There was a variety of flowers in bloom, and I noticed that the doctor selected here and there the finest, until he bid a handsome bouquet. When we reached (he house, Mrs. Stparns _wofl standing on the _step_^. The doctor, still continuing our conversation, gvre her the flowers, with % slight bow and Bmjle; and, holding up a spray of crimson berries, yhich he had broken off, she bent her head whilp he fastened it among the lark braids of her lair. It was ' a trifling incident, yet their manner arrested my attention. Had I been a stranger, I should have pronounced them lovers instead of _jober married people. AU through the day I noticed the same delicate attention and deference in their deportment to eaoh oth«r. There was nothing of which _itis most fastidious guest could complain; yet, wale showing me the most) cordial attention, they did not seem to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

SLEDDING There is nothing in- the tropics that oan con-Bole a man doomed to dwell there, for the loss of northern winters. Monkeys and humming birds, gorgeous flowers and gigantic vegetation, insects, reptiles, and luscious fruits, which you cannot eat without a cholera, sweltering nights and roasting days ! Deliver us from the intolerable delights of a tropical luxury ! 2. But a northern winter ib full of bracing joy8. In-doors all is ruddy and social, and out of doors all is energy and manly joy! A man who has blood and vital spirits glories in the oold of winter. But of all sports, what one can claim superiority over coasting; or, as in our boyhood days it was called, sliding down hill ''¦ 3. Long before we attained the age of a sled, two barrel-staves, fastened together by the knowing workman, served an excellent purpose, and required no mean skill in sitting and«teering. A slight mistake in balancing, and the boy and staves changed places, the boy under and the aliding-...

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