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

_Jgy Hat pita's Magazine for March, was received a week ago. It opens with a paper on "Continental Money," which will be found of special interest at the present time. It gives fao similes of the principal descriptions of the Paper Currency issued by the States and the Continental Congress, and the leading "device" of every denomination of Continental Bills of credit. J. Boss Browne gives the conclusion of his spirited sketches of "A Californlan in Iceland," illustrated with numerous original engravings. The . shorter contributions are very good; and the whole Number is one of Harper's _bftt. For sal* by Haney Birch & Brother.

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

IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. Destruction of the Rebel Steamer Nashville. Washinotok, March 4,18b3. A despatch from Savannah of the 1st states that the steamer Nashville ran aground before Fort McAllister, and "was destroyed by our ironclads. The fort is not taken. Richmond papers of the 2d inst., males no mention of affairs at Vicksburg. Charleston dates to the 1st are received. The Steamers Ruby and Douglas ran the blockade with Nassau dates of the 26th ult.

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

£NN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. rHI S COMPANY BEING STRICTLY MUTUAL, divides nil the _profit (after expenses paid) among its members, all isscbkd are _hmibbrb The _Trueteea accordingly bave declared a Scrip _nisidonu of 40 percent_, in January, and have decided to receive the Scrip Dividends of 1853,1851 1855, and 1856, in payment of Premiums, same as cash. The Dividend Scrip for 1863 is now in the bands of the Company's Agent, ready tor delivery. Statement pamph-Ute, and all Information may be had gratis PHIUPZIEBER, Agent, S. E. corner of Ninth and Penn streets, feb 21-3O Beading, Pa.

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

Dissolution of Co-Partnership. _1\TOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE j^\ partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, engaged in the Clothing business uuder tha firm of " Jameson <ft Oo.," was dissolved on the 13th of i ovember, 1862 by the withdrawal of the jnnior partner Albert H. Jameson, bv mutual consent. The business will becontinued at the old stand by James Jameson and William A. Medlar, under the name of "Jameson & Co " as heretofore. JAMES 'AMESON, WILLIAM H. MEDLAR, Feb 21. 1863-3t_1 ALBEKT H. J*MKSON.

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

To Wervons Sufferers of Both Sexes A K>ivi.reod Geutlcman having been restored to health ta a few Jays, alter _uti._Urgolng all the _USlial routine lUld Irregular ex-penal ve modes of-treatment, without _snetew, considers it hU sacred duty to cotninuuicate to his afilicted fellow creatures the means of core. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the proscription used. Direct to Da. JOHN M. DAQNALL, 1S6 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, ». T. rian. 17-2 mo.

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

FOR RENT

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

All IS AM X. Daniel Brownmiller, for 1861 in full $551 44 Jesse Miller, for 1S62 none paid $651 44 ALSACE. Peter Tick, 1861 In full S14 52 Heuben MoU, 1S62 on account S6 99 371 61 AM1TT. Henry Boyer, 1861 in fall 9S1 63 ¦' " 1S62 none paid 984 63 BEEN. Daniel R. Kr*mer, IS61 in foil 870 74 William Jtl. iioUn, 1362 on accoant gj2 73 122S 47 BERN UPPER. _Samuel Wagner. 1861 in full 354 94 William Marberger, 1862 in full 887 60 1212 44 BBTHKL. William D. Klein, 1S60 on account 69 00 John Bark hart. 1S6I «a accmut 816 00 William Klein, 1862 on accvunt 30169 1176 69 ¦ RV._mavtr.T.x' ¦¦ — MO *»> CJEENAKVON. William Guest, _1S61 in full 24 02 Robert A. Gil mer,, 1862 none paid 24 02 CBNTRK. William Potteiger. 1S61 in full 53 80 Jobs W, Hpllenbach, 1862 nose paid 53 86 C0LEBB00KDA1.E. Thomas Shaner, 1S61 in full 357 64 " " 1862 on account 660 00 1017 64 CCMEU. Samael Kurtz1861 on account 300 00 _VTUliam Bettolet, _1S62 on account 91S 5i 1218 55 DISTRICT. Charles Wlen, 1859 on acc...

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

fUitj-mttatp EPIGRAM. _CrieB Sylva to a reverend dean—" What reason car* be given, Since marriage is a holy thing, That there is none in Heaven ?" " There are uo women," he replied. She quick returns the jest—•• Women there are, but I'm afraid They cannot find a priest."—Saxe •£ _T» Recbhtly, at one of tbe numerous inea Iras in Paris, an actor new to its boards, and too recently arrived to have completely gained the suffrages of the capricious Parisian public, was treated with the most unmerited harshness by the audience. Feeling the great injustice of the disapprobation, and along beyond his self control, he mnttered, but. in too decided a • stage whisper,' •• Silence, imbeciles!" The insulting epithet was caught up like wildfire throughout the house, and nothing would pacify the aggrieved feelings of the audience until the impertinent culprit Stepped forward and made an apology in the following terms;— " Gentlemen, I called you imbeciles —it is true! I Apologize —I am wron...

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

JE"._A.XX: l.3MCOTr2_\ra X> COAL OIL WORKS, ]t/r ANUFACTURE THE BEST BURNING OIL .LtJL in tbe City; warranted pure and sweet, non-explo siveTle*!) Hmell when burning, nocrieping tbe wick, barns longer than any other Oil made in Philadelphia, 10 which l._Mio _. COi_) _CertiAcatis can lie obtained. AlKOBBN2IKE always on hand. Office Mo. 233 _CTorth Third street, _Fliila. JACOK 8. FBV. dee IS-iml GEO. LKRCH & CO., Reading, Agents. KOLLOCK'S DANDELION COFFEE. _HPHIS PREPARATION, MADE FROM THE 1 best Java Coffee, is recommended by _phyaiclanB as a unpsriorHDTRITIOUSBEVBBAGB for General Debility, l>yspep_«ia, and all bilions disorders. _Thonsands wbo have been compelled to abandon the nse of coffee will use thin without injurious _effects. One _cau contains the strength of two pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 35 cents. KOLLOCKS LEVAIN, The purest and best BAKING POWDER known, for making light, gwest and nutritious Bread and cakes. Price IS cents. Manufactured by ...

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

HARDWARE & IRON STORE, WBOLBBAIjB AZH> _KBIK&Xb* _fpHE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING BOUGHT JL the old Bst»blisW Hardware and Iron Store of tbe late Flicker, Stevenson & Co., and having added a large new Stock of goods; would respectfully call the attention of the public to their large assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY. IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY, COACB T2_IMWNO8 . 46., *0.» 'Widen tbey are deteni:hied to sell at the very lowest Market Prices, wholesale and retail. GEORGE LEECH & CO., Corner of Fifth and Market Sqnare, next door to Borbon's Mansion _Houses (Ketm's Old Stand). GEOROS LURCH.] janlS rj. T. JACKSONr. 1 Of Y OHO ¦_ARBJBLS °_* THE llAJ , UUU L0D| MANUFACTURING COS _jp» <J*_Tt_7_iB» K JBTr"*^ _K3 ' 13O South Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa _1'HIS JCQMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF •150,000, the most extensive Works of tbe kmo in toe world, and >an _experience in manuractsring of over 23 years, with a reputation.long establish...

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

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS COUNTRYN DD EALERS. f*AQlUtT -r-'_- _' ---_^r_~ _QRF&T UADlnE I - *^t_«M_^_rf_^_JL * -- ~ ~ _wim* ¦ FURNITURE _C^^^^^k INDUCEM ENT _REMM0 _^gSBSfiBb _* CASH PRICES. "^^_jJB^* BUYERS. North Fifth Street, 3rd Door above the Olfl _litiifa _HnUHn JOHN D. B£RT0L£TT£, HAVING POECHASED THE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet •Furniture from B. Bertolette_, he now offers to tbe pablic the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to tbe citizens of Reading and vicinity. His stock consiirts of PARLOR , HALL, LIBRARY, CHAMBER, VISING ROOM and KITCHEN Furniture, all of bia own manufacture, and made in tbe most workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire satisfaction_, employing none but experienced workmen, he feels confident of success. VO THE _lUASS. He has constantly on band a large stock of Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood Veneers, wblcb have been selected with much care. Coach Body, Flowing, CabinetJapan and Shellac Va...

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

HATS, CAPS & FURS, POB. TJLEJk AMD _WINTSfi, ¦: ffl"\ AT THK OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND Of M _J*» X". Gr. BOAS, SL XT*. S West Penn Street, next door to the Union Baltic ofKeading, \_TTH0 IS CONSTANTLY _RECEIVINGr FROM YY Hew-York and Philadelphia tbe latest styles of HATS and CAFS Adapted to tbe Season. He has also received a fine assortment oT ladies1 mats, BUFFALO ROBES, TRUNKS, CABPETSAGS, .VALISES and. UMBRELLAS, Which will be sold at tbe lowest cash prices. As he pay Oaah for all Us goods, he is enabled to sell them at the low |gp A large lot of the best quality of BED FEATHERS received, to which the attention of Housekeepers if>renpeetfnlly Invited. 'Call and examine.—Wo trouble to show mods. foot 18-tf

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

Desirable City Lots For Sale. ,JT_»HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS ATPB.IVATE I _6_al_« _*t moderate rates, five Hnilding Lots on North Ninth street. _Hva Building Lots on the west side of Moss alley, Bast of _Hiuih street. Three Building Lots on tbe west side of North. Tenth •treat, and Fourteen Building Lots on the east side of Moss «a_*y. The conditions win be made easy to purchasers, the proprietor being willing to leave two-thirds of the purchase money Btana on. (ha premisesif seenrcd by Bond and Mortgage, and allow payment to be made in installments Of 10. 20 and 60 Dollars, until the whole debt is paid, provided that one-third of the purchase money is paid on delivery of the Seed. This la a rare chance for Laborers and Mechanics to secure homes, as the lots are in the neighborhood of the Steam Forge and Industrial Works; and as it is understood that all th* Depots of the Junction Bailroads will be pat np near the property. ¦tW Flans of the Lots may be seen at my office, or that of U....

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

KBCEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OFBEBKS _COUMTY, FOB THE 7£AB 1862. _JAHE AUDITORS ELECTED TO ADJUST AND X settle tbe accounts or the County of Berks from the 6tb day of January. A. D. 1862, to the 31st day of _December IS6Z, both day_« iacltmive. having examined tne name, respectfully lay before the Honorable Judges of tbe Court of Common Pleas, the following Statement and Report: WILLIAM HERBST, ESQ., Treasurer, DR. _fTa Hetud-ntst from. C!t>llpMt\*ft- tn _tnit*

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 March 1863

_CALTIM O _R E L OC K H OS PITAL _^'ESTABLISHED AS A _BEFDOH FROM _WACEEUT. The Oaly Place Where a Cure _CanT>e Obtained. DR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE most Certain. Speedy and onlv Effectual Kemedy in the World for all Private Dlwanes. Weakness of the Back or LinUiR. Strictures, affections o/ *te _KidttAys and Blad_* dfir, Iavoluntary Discharges, _linpoteDcy. General Debility, _Nervousnfw, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, 'timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, _Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose or £kinAffections of the Liver, Langs. Stomach or BoTrels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of _V«Ulh—thflSe _BECRHT and _SOlitftTJ practices more fatal to their viclimK than the sour Of Syren* to the Mariners of TJlysncH, blighting tbelr most brilliant hopes or _anticipations, rendering marriage, &c., impossible. _YOUNQ 3MBN Especially, who have become the _victims of Solitary Vice, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 March 1863

_®_atss attM _Sjiitii _*8 Doctor N , one of the most eminent surgeons of Pesth, was summoned at daybreak one morning, to Bee a person who pressingly sought to be admitted to him. While waiting in the ante-chamber, the visitor desired the servant to add that every moment's delay was dangerous, as he stood in need of insiant help. The surgeon, instantly throwing off his nightrobe, gave orders for Klin it be shown up at. once. It was an entire stranger, but one whose dress and manner proclaimed him a man belonging to the best class of society. His pallid cheeks spoke of some deep inward bodily and mental pain ; and bis right band rested in a silken bling Though he succeeded perfectly in controlling the expression of his countenance, a l ow murmur of pain, in spite of all his efforts, broke forth repeatedly from his lips. AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. FROM THE HUNGARIAN. Translated for the Home Journal by Mrs. Frank Smith " Ilave I the honor of addressing Doc ' or ? he asked, in a w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 March 1863

JOBS B.AI.STON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, /OFFICE WITH A. B. WANNER, NORTH 1 /Sixth Street (above the Court House.) Beading, Pa. February 21,1863-ly REMOVAL. T1_TILLIA M H. L1V1NGOOD, ATTORNEY AT W LAW. has removed his office to the north side of _Cotrt street first door below Sixth. [dec22-tf XBSSB Gk HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OF FICE WITH 8. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, above 8ixth, Beading, Pa. 49_> Will be at _Friedensburg, every Thursday. September 29,lSdO-ly* Charles Davis, i TTOBNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS /\ Office to the Offlee lately occupied by the Hon. David f uordon_, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court House. _[aprti w Daniel Ennentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTII _®xth street, corner of Court alley. fang 13-ly David Kefir, TITHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN _Vy Foreign and Domestic DBY GOODS, Ko. 25 Bast ean street, Beading, Pa. [March 10, I860. LIVINCOOD'S United States Bounty, Back Pay ana Pension Office, COURT STREET, NEAR SIXTH. HAYING BEEN ENGAGE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 March 1863

THE SCHOOLS OF BERKS COUNTY. We make the following extracts from the Report of County Superintendent Ermbnteoct : Nothing has encouraged us so much, as the fact that a majority of our teachers appeared to be seriously impressed with the responsilities of their profession, and earnestly desirous of enlarging the circle of their acquirements. It is scarcely necessary to say, that in the city of Reading, the qualifications of its educators are always commensurate with their duties. None but competent persons are employed by the controllers. The high character and prosperous condition of the schools attest their zeal, and to them is due a debt of gratitude, to discbarge wbioh will tax unborn generations. In the county proper, tbe average merit of the candidates examined, exhibits a gratifying advance upon that of the preceding year. For 1860 61 this was about No. 3, for 1861 62 it is 2 17, whioh must be regarded as highly satisfactory and honorable, especially if we consider the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 March 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL, ON IBB EUROPEAN FLAN, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day. City Ball Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opposite City Hall.) ME ALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN the spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop.and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel. tO- Beware or KUKMEKSnad HAUBMEN who say we aie Ml. Jan l? lyl R_. FRENCH, Proprietor. NATIONAL HOTEL, (LiTK WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. rpHlS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT I Inducements, not only on account or reduced rates of board, but fiom Us central location to the avenoes of trade, as well as the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger Hallways running past and contignons to it, by which eue»t_» can pass to and from the Hotel, _ehould they t>e preferred to the regular Omnibus connected with the House. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my _guests, **-2% _™ ' _«1 " To. _SIEGKIST_,Proprietor, Formerly from Eagle Hotel, Lebanon, P...

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