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

BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYB! THE BEST IN THE WORLD. WilujW A. Batobblok'b celebrated Hair Dye produces a color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to injure the Hair in the least; remedies tbe ill effects of bad dyes, and invigorates the Hair for life. <_3 BET, RED, or BUSTY HAIR instantly tarns a splendid Black OT Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all Draggists, 4c. _ES_^ _Tne Genuine is _signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, on the four sides of each box. • Factory, No. SI Barclay Street, New-Tork, (Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-1 y

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

PENN, MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. _rpiIIS COMPANY BEING _STRICTLY MUTUX AL, divides all the profits (after expenses paid) among lt» members. All _insoebd ahb mbmbbbs. The Trustees accordingly have declared a Scrip Dividend of 40 per cent_, in January, and have decided to recetve the Scrip Dividends of 1853, 1S.H, 1855, and 1S56, in payment of Premiums, same ao cash. Tha Dividend Scrip for 1863 _js npw in Ihe hands of the Company's Agent, ready for delivery, _Statement pampUlets, and all Information may be had gratia. PHILIP _ZIEBER, Agent, S. E. corner of Ninth and Penn streets, fen 21-St] Beading. Pa.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

BmlU &nh _fttnutttml _SATUKDAf, FEBRUARY 28, 1S63

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

RECRUITS WANTED, FOB THE 55TD PENNSYLVANIA COL. R. WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFORT, S OUTH CAROLINA OB ANT PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT NOW IN SERVICE. A BLE-BODIED _TOUNG MEN ARE WANTED rV to fill up the Regiments now in the service of the United States. The undersigned has opened a Recruiting- Rendezvous At Honry H. Manderbach's Hotel, in the Borough ol Womeladorf. Lieut. G. V. PARSONS, Of 65th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, August 23Ht*l KeoruiUnx Officer. COAL OIL WORKS, _Ti/TANUFACTURE THE BEST BURNINGOIL IIL in the City; warranted pure and sweetnon-explo an, less smell when banting, no _crirping the wick, b'nrns logger than any other Oil made in Philadelphia, to which l.oou.009 Certificate* can _ba obtained. Also, BBNZIHB alwayg on hand. Office No. 233 North Third street, PbUa. JACOB S. FRY. dec 13-3m1 GEO. LERCH & CO.. Reading. Agent*. KOLLOCK'S DANDELION _COFFEE. T HIS PREPARATION, MADE FROM THE best Java Coffee, is recommended by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAG...

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

«• Goin' Pbrmiskds."—The following is from the Cincinnati Commercial:—" Daring the time when Kirby Smith was supposed to be beleaguering this city, the colored population were in a condition of agitation not second in demonstra—tiveness to that prevailing among white folks. An incident took place, at one of their " war meetings," which should be recorded The ablebodied colored men were debating the propriety of tendering their services to the Government as volunteers for .the war. The prevailing impression luwl b_^en that they ought to do it, and tfieir patriotic emotions were at high African temperature. But before the vote was taken* a tall and very black fellow produced a sudden revulsion of feeling by delivering himself as follows:—" I'm In i&vo* of gain', and will go in a minmt, if we go _permiskua with white men. I'll tell you trby I'm for going _permiskus. If we go permiskes we'll have fair play. But let 'em get a reg'ment all of niggers, and dey'U put 'em in de f...

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

SIX LINES OF TRUTH. Abolition tracts—Contracts. Abolition sense—License. Abolition joy—Love/by. A hard lot for the Republicans—Ballot. The Abolitionists and Secessionists wish to suspend the Constitution, for fear it will suspend thf>m. B&- PoPKisa suggests that if the price of white paper goes up much higher, and the reputation of shinplaatera descends much lower, it will not be long before more can be made out of a, bill by bleaching it white, and selling it for paper, than by attempting to pass it. Desirable City Lots For Sale. fflHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT _PRIVATE I Sale at moderate rate*, five Building Lots on North Ninth street. fin Bonding Lota on the west side of Ho« alley, East of Hinth street. Three Building Lota on the west side of North Tenth street, and Fourteen Building Lota on the east side of Moss alley. The conditions will lie made easy to purchasers, the proprietor being willing to leave two-thirds of*the purchase mousy stand on the premisesit s...

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

"Them" Sabdihes.—Not long ago, a Western landlord, somewhat noted for his blunders, took it into his head to get up a ball at his ' tavern.' As ha intended to do the thing up brown, and _Itave everything on the big-anger plan, he fancied that a few 'store fixing' would be a great addition to the bill of fare of pork and turkey_, fie therefore made inquiry of his friends, and found that the only delicacy in market at that season of the year was sardines; accordingly he sent to the nearest city for two dozen boxes sardines. His chirography, however, was so vil lainously »aa_, as to make it read ' two duzzen boxes syringes." The night of the party came, and as supper time drew near, the landlord looked anxiously down the' street for the appearance of the stage which was to bring the principal dish on the bilL _Atlast it arrived, and with a package for tne expectant landlord. Directly there was a great outcry, and a sound of cursing in the bar-room. The entire party rushed out to se...

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

HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOR FALL _AKD WIZ_7TSR, _tf~\AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STABD O?fl _Jsi _£¦ Gr. BOAS, A No. 6 "West Penn Street, next door to the Union. Bank orBeadlng_, _\_jn~HO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM V Y New-York and Philadelphia the latest styles of HATS and CAPS Adapted to the Season. He has also received a flue assortment of _HAJUBST FUSS, BUFFALO ROBES; TRUNKS, CABPSTBAGS, VALISES and UMBRELLAS Which Will be sold at the lowest cash prices. As he pay Cash for all his goods, he is enabled to sell them at the low _«st prices. _jJT A large lot of the beat quality of BED _FEAT0EKS received, to which the attention of Housekeepers ia respectfully invlteS. Call and examine.—No trouble to show goods. [oct 18-tf Bare Chance for a Cabinetmaker. _fTIHE UNDERSIGNED, DESIROUS OF REI liaquishiaff _badness, offers for sale Us stock at CAB ISKWABB and TOOLS, together with a HEARSE and everything necessary to carry on the Undertaking Business. This Is the oldest stand in the ci...

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

WHAT IS THE USE? What is the use of trimming a lamp, If you neve* intend to light it ? What is the use of grappling a wrong, If you never intend to fight it ? What is the use of removing your hat, If you do not intend to tarry ? What is the use of wooing a maid, If yon never intend to marry? What is the use of baying a coat, If you do not intend to wear it ? What 18 the use of a house for tyro, - If you never intend to share it ? What is the use of gathering gold, If you do not intend to keep it ? What is the use of planting a field, If you never intend to reap it ? What is the use of buying a book, If you do not intend to read it 1 What is the use of a cradle to you, If you never intend to need it f

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

Postage Wit.—A letter bearing the following address was recently mailed in Rochester, New York: To Hiram Allen, OSWEGO; Transposed, it readeth WE-GO-SO: Transposed again, and you will see That thus it runneth, SO-GO-WE; Transposed once more, and it will show A common adage, SO-WE-GO.' Aye—so we go in Life's Gee at Mail ; If well directed, we can't fail—If badly, "thereby, hangs a tale.'"|

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

TBJU1T. LAYER , BUNCH AND SEEDLESS RAISINS, Peaches, Flams, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, 4c, _« AvH. PKOCOCK'S _fah 71 . 40 South Fifth Street.

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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 — 7 March 1863

••• CONSTITUTION WATER. IBB _OSBAI &BHK1IDV FOR THE CONSTITUTION AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND _BLADDEK. These Dangerr._tts and. _TronbVsome Diseases, which hnxe thus far Resitted the best directed Treatment, can be Comv _letety _CunCrolled _ini the RE MET) VnoU> Wore us! THE CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct tbemeelves to the organs of secretion, and by so altering the condition of the stomach and liver that tbe rtarcby principle or the food in not converted into sugar so loug as the system is under the influence of the CONSTITUTION WATER, which gives those organs time to recover their healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state tbat the _ConNtitation Water has cured every case of Diabetes in which It has been given. STONE IN THE BLADDFR, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICKDVST DEPOSITS AND MUCOUS OR MILK X DISCBA R <_t£S AFTER URINATING. Dipease _occurring from one _a.d tbe same cause will be entirely cured by the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _^-ESTABLISHED ASA FtJGB TBOM QTJ ACKEBY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. -pvR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE JLf most Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private DiseasesWeakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Iropotency. General Debility. Nervousness, Dyspepsia Languor. Low Spirits, Coufuglrtn of Ideas, Palpitation of (he Heart, 'I tmidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Dead, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of the1 Liver, Langs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those sbcbbt and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ot Sy revs to the Mariners of _TJlysHes, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage. *c, impossible. YOUNG MSN Especially, who have become the victims of 8olltary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

EDWARD H. SBEABEH, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE IN COURT A. itreet, North side Reading, Pa. C»prU 26-emo. _KBMOYAIi. TTTILLIAM H. LIV1NG00D, ATTORNEY AT W LAW. has removed his office to the north side of Court street first door below Sixth. [dec22-tf JESSE G. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LA_*, r\FFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENH W Street, above Sixth, Beading, Pa. tO- Will be at Friedensburg, every Thursday. September 29,1860-ly* diaries Davte_, ATTOR NEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED .EtiS Offlce to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David irdon, deceased, In Sixth street, opposite the Court House. [aprilM Daniel _Ermentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH A . Sixth street, corner of Court alley. [ang 13-ly David Neff, _TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN *V Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, Ko. 25 Bast eji street_. Beading, Pa. [March 10, i860. LIVINCOOD'S United States BountyBack Pay ana Pension Office, COURT STSSST, SEAS SIXTH. HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECT ing claims against the Government, I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

_iJdUficat SENATOR BUCKALEW OK THE STATE OP THE COUNTRY. The following admirable letter from tbe Hon. Charles R. Buckalew, was addressed to the Central Democratic Club of Philadelphia, in answer to an invitation to participate ia the celebration of Washington's Birthday: To P. McCall, Esq , Chairman of Committees—Dear Sir:—la response to your friendly invitation , I have to express some views upon public topics, which ma/ be submitted _labour meeting on the 23d instant. And I do this very cheerfully, although 1 caunol know that any words of mine will deepen popular conviction upon the necessity of changing our -rulers and _ooefthrowing their present policy, or quicken popular zeal for the accomplishment of these important objects. A conviction that tbe country is misgoverned, the war mismanaged, and liberty itself in peril, is growing up in the public mind, and thousands are alert, inquisitive, and critical, who gave to Government, uncalculating and enthusiastic support, fou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

VISION OF JOSEPH HOAG '[Joseph Hoag's parents were Presbyterians, who endeavored to educate their children in accordance with their tenets; but he early became a Member of the Religious Society of Friends, and, in process of time, an acknowledged MiuUtor, in which capacity he travelled extensively He and his wife (Huldah, who was also a Minister) were the parents of a large family, all of whom became Ministers. Joseph was born in the year 1762, and resided, in early life, In the wilderness part of New York, where he experienced ' many hardships; he afterward removed to Vermont, and there died in 1840. Though the following vision was not much known until recently, yet he communicated the same to his children and some of his friends many years ago. Joseph's estimable character, as well as that of his family, forbid the supposition _«f doubt as to the genuineness of the vision.] In the year 1803, in the eighth or ninth month, I was one day alone in the field, and observed that th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

WIFE AND I We quarrel'd this morning, my wife and I, We were out of temper, and scarce knew why, Though tbe cause was trivial aud common; But to look In our eyes you'd have sworn that we both Were a couple of enemies spiteful and wroth—Not a wedded roan and woman. Wife, like a tragedy queen in a play, Tossed her sweet little head in as lofty a way As so little a woman was able; She clenched her lips with a sneer and a frown, While I, being rougher, stamped up and down, Like a careless groom in a stable. You'a have thought ns the bitterest (seeing t(s then) Of little women and little men, You'd have laughed at our spite aud passion; And would never have dreamed that a storm like this Would be rttinbow'd to tears _bv that sunlight, a kiss, Till we talked in the old fond faBliioa. Yet the storm was over in less than an hour, And was followed soon by a _sanuy shower, And tbat again by embraces; Yet so little the meaning was understood That we almost felt ashamed to be good, And wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

For ltal» ,utcc _ltouctica, uu, _».ai>ug>. MotllH In fort, WoolUns, &c. Insects on PI iita. fowlsAnimals* &<;• Pat up id i_$c. 50c. and $1 Oil _BuXetv, unities au I fiasks, $3 and $o _sizer for Hotels. Public Institdiio.ns, &c " Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." " Nut dangerous to the _Jlnraan Family." '¦ _itatu come ontof their holes to die. 49* Sold Whole»ale iu all Urge cities J3_» Sold b all _Dkpq»isT8 and _hbtailerb everywhere. «#¦ !!! Bbwabb!!!'1 of all _worthless _imuationa. 49* See that " Custak'b" name* is on each Box, Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 4S- Address HKRIRY R. COSTA.R_, 49_» _Pribcipal Depot 482 uroadway. N. jr. *_J_^-6»ld. b\-_< tiUBTBT BIKUH 4 Oo., _Wholesale and Retail; >. 8. Stbtbmb i i. i£, McCokjmt-, B p. _Hunu A Co., BEaDINQ _. PA. [Jttnl7-9mo _ASm A LECTURE BT TOYOUNGMEN! Just Published, in. a Sealed Envelope, Price Siw Cents • LECTOttE ON THE NATURE, TREAT-/\ ment and K...

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