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

V_^r_^^^^H_^^^_W Wm_^^^^E_^^^U ' ^^¦^B_^SSB COfsSTiTUTION WATER, TBS O&EAS RBIVEED _Y roa the _OOIffSTITTTTION1 AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. TlwM DiMQevtu* mid Trotibl-mme Dhenjitjttbhu-h h«, ttamfttr _Htsfotal tlie bait directed Treatment iiin )' _^ Viunplcttly CovtrolIedbyt'_ieREMEDYnotobtforevs!' THE CURATIVE properties ot the medicinn direct _themeelves to the oroaDR of secretion, and by so altering the condition of the stumm-h _nud liver that the starchy principle of the rood i» not coi. vertftd into sugar so long as the _ayatein is under the in. fluenceofthe CONSTITUTION WATER, which gives those organs time to recover their healtlivtoi a and vigor. We are able to state that the Con»tltHti,>o w» ter has cured every case of Diabetes in which it haa bum " given. "u STONE IN TUTS BLADDER, <!dLCUhUf}k ffltAVFT BRWKDUST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OR ' MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URINATING. Disease _occurring from ...

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

ForRatM, AliveUoacheg, _4nta, Urd Bugs, _Blotlis Iu Furs, Woollens, dtc. Insect* on PI inti, _Kotvls, Anlinala_, &c. Pat np in 25c fiOc. and *l 00 Boxes, Bottle * , and Flasks, *3 and £3 sizes tor UOTBLB, _PUBUO INSTITUTIONS, &0. "Only infallible remedies known." " Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Hats eom6 oat of th«lr _hfil«_n to die." *8- Sold Wholesale iu all large cities. *9~ Sold by all _Dbdooibts and K*_taiib»9 everywhere. J9> !!! Beware!!!" of all worthless imitations **"8e ? y_".at " CosTAR'8 " nam_» i» on each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy. «_£ Address _UBKBT R. COSTAR, JEi* _Prikcipal Depot 482 _Bboadwav, ir. y. 49-Soldby-HARVEY BIltCH&Co., Wholesale and _S_^l1 _V_^8 - StEVBNS ! J -K - MOCCRDT ; B. P. _HtTKTEB & Co., EEAWNG _. PA. rJanl7-9mo /_Wfr A LECTURE, «™^ TO YOUNG MEN! Just Puhlished, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATJ\ ment and Radical Cnre of Spernmtor...

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

Cane-Seat Chair Manufactory, So. IS North Fifth Street5 doors above the Post Office. _^- _v. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD _«rfffrft respectfully inform Ms friends and the ill 11 III public, that lie doit nas the largest assort-PgLg_. CAWE-SEAT CSAXRS IH_^HgjSJB ever offered in _Reading, and for nearness ' tP-OWrJ of finish, and durability of workmanship, K_^Jlfajq nnsnrpassed by any. Bandttome _neiostyle _fcy_^_- ^^_T1_** Parlor Chairs, Dining-room, Chamber _4_^_JkB» and Rocking Chair?, all sizes: also Windsor Chafre, Looking eta*** , Marble Top T _^ bU _^ Bureaus, Bedsteads, &c, *c. _»-n - _BEIDEMA_^_f_. REMOVAL. Millinery ana Trimming Store. M rs. I>- S. SAIiIiADS, ¦ g_±_ _HBSPBCTFCIiTiT IH-OBMS THE CITI- ._^ . j0_tozens of Reading and vicinity, that sh_« ha_^_WW i^^ removed her _MILLISEKY and TmMMING«Hp SUrt _egrablishment from So. 13 to _Xo 7i _EASTTi_^_V •PENH 8TREET, south side, in the building lately occupied by _Josiah Hearing, which baBbeen remodeled and fitted ...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 EAST PBNN SXB.BBT_, HEADING, PA. 4 LARGE AND _WELL SELECTED STOCK il-of School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRAYER BOOKS. ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSraand MUSIC BOOKS, _OOLV PEA'S. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER. GAP and POINTING PAPER and PAPER BAGS. BLANK BOOHS —AND—MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Mad« to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at catalogue prices. 43* Orders from Country Merchants solicited aud filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. &S~ Teachers supplied with Music at the nsualdiscount. N. B —Hooks and Music sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. jan 18-tf HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOB. FALL AHB WINTER, @1 AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND OF M _0_» _3_». €3r. BOAS, JSl No. 6 West Penn Street, next door to the Cnloik B_«uk of _Rfe&dlMg, _TTTHO IS CON...

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

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COI1I1AR _BOHSE. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. 1Q00 40. _} Gray' Bed " _g_^_HTg _"8 ™ <AHTO innn Ac 5 ASSORTED FANCY TRAVELLING 1000 d0> I SH1KT8. men .?„ } WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS from 1(100 *»- { «9_, * S Upward*. 1000 do. _DUNIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COTTO2?ADE _PAHTALOOKS. J Manofactukbes of the MINER'S WELSH 1 I . FLAHWEL SHIRTS. \ And a Large Assortment of T,L\'E.Y And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, And GKNTLEMEK'S FURNISHING GOODS. For Sale by BENNETT, RXTCH & CO., _raamiTacturerS f »1T Church Alley, Jan 17-3mo] PHILADELPHIA, PA. _mimmmuLi 5g.| _sg f?_Hs_>£_^ir ? £&! tt a » -•I §_s fi_^S_"_? _^riSsat- 5-a _s _^ ra IlllIIff!li!HHl!Sil§ 5fl f _s! _lifltSf I'Si^^SB p"| oo a ° " O' _Sjf " 5_*1 o _^ * *~ _^q t ) _ra g -_"_•_SSff _^ lf'E_?3w III3 |S"H oS g fil l U iiibE _?_sgs "^g _* <

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

HARVEY BIRCH 4 BROS., GREAT _tlTEHARTT _AQEIffCY No. 63 WBST FENN STREET, HEADING-, PA. ESTABLISHED BY ENERGY AND PERSEVERANCE. Subscriptions received f©r ajl New-York aud Philadelphia Daily Papers. ( Per _Annum.\ Per Annum. Albion, Kew-Tork, *o 00 Uw Reporter, *_3 _«0 Atlantic Monthly, 3 _liuJLeslie_'_s lllusl_'ed News, 3 00 All the Year Round, 3 00|Leslie's Family Maga-American Agriculturist 1001 zine, _100 *Blackwood'sMar;n>'.ine, 3 00 *London _Quar. Review, 3 00 Bon Ton Magazine of " Lancet, 6 00 Fashion S 00 " Art Journal, 9 00 Banker's _Mairazine N T.fl 00 " Punch, 5 00 " London,7 OOjl.HteU'sliving Age, 6 00 Braithwaite'sRetrospect, lljittleriljfrim, 50 semi-annual, 2 00! London World of Fash-British and Foreign Med- j ion, 4 50 icalHaview, Quarterly,3 CO'*Horth British Review,300 CornhiilMagazine, 4 _OOltforth Amsrican " 0 00 Cultivator. _Allmnr. 50:Merrv's Museum. 100 Conntry Gentleman, 2 Ou Once a Week, 4 SO CUruWs' Edluburg PoUof'_s Spirit of the Journal, 2 00...

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

AST0R HOUSE, NEW-YORK. rpHIS SPLENDID HOTEL HAS BEEN REJUI venated, and Is at this moment second to none in elegance. The Ladles' Drawing Room is a beautiful one, having no eqaal. • Ita open corridors and complete ventilation render it most delightful in warm weather. It is unsurpassed by any other in sitnation, having Railroads on the front and south sides, over which cars run to every part of Hie city for half a dime. Travelers arriving from the North and East, will find the small earn of the Harlem and the Eighth Avenue an economy and convenience, especially at night. Cars Run Direct to Central Park. For families preferring homelike and really genteel accommodation, it offers superior attraction. All classes have manifested their affection or this Hotel, and every pains will be taken to render it a home for the traveler. Tlie same liberal Hygtem will be continued, and tbe utmost promptness on the part of all persons belonging to tbe organization will be exacted. Telegraph Offic...

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

GREAT _BAHGAINS. Now is the Time to Buy Bargains AT THE _PftOTOH & _SORROW STORE. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST FINISHJ. ed taking acconnt of stock, in view of commencing an EXCLUSIYE CASH BUSINESS, and are now prepared to sell any class of DET _000D3 at _nnasnally hoyr _PtieeK. W_« intend devoting oar attention more to keeping a complete line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS of all kinds suitable for the seasons. Also a nice line Of _TtLOJJRSnwa OOODS. HOOP SKIBTS—we hold that we have the nest make of Skirts in towu, they being of tba best qnality of steel, and having from S to 10 broad bands (woven) with the improved fastenings, which we are selling at Old Prices. Also, a complete line of DOMESTIC GOODS, Such as Prints, Bleached and _Unbloachea Mnslins, Bine lMUSnga, _TieWngs, _SheeBags Checks, Cotton Flannels, Woolen Flannels: and all kinds of Domestic _Gooda_. Men's and Boys' Wear. We have always on hand a large and fall lot of Goods for Hen and Boys' Wear, such, as: Black and ...

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

BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE AKt) TUB B It I TI S M Li EVIEWS. PRICES CHSAP AS _SVJS21, To those who Pay Promptly in Advance. NOTWITHSTANDING THE COST OF REprinting these Periodicals bas more tlian _doubled In <!ou««jticm!4 of the enarmous lixeia the price of pap«ran4 of a eeneral advance iu all other expenses—and notwithstanding other pnbliHbcrs are reducing the size or Increasing the price of their publications, we shall continue, for the year 1868, to furnish ours complete, as heretofore, at the old rates, viz: 1 THE LONDON QUARTERLY (_CouBfcryalWe.) a THE BDINBUKOH KEVIEW (Whig.) 3 THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.) 4 THE WESTMINSTER _REVIEvV (Liberal.) BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH _MAaAZtNE (Tory.) TJSUAIS : For any one of the four Reviews (per annum) $:> 00 For any two of tlia four _Kevlews, - R 00 For any three of the four _Kevtews, • - 7 00 For all four of tlie Keviews, - - 8 00 For HlACUwood'g Magazine, • • ¦ ¦» B0 For Blackwood and one Review, • • o 00 For Blacfc...

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

FRANK B. FIGHTHORN, £_fo./ iZ Sast E_"enn Streeti above 6th, South side* HAS NOW OPEN, AND FOR SALE, THE following _desirable GROCERIES , viz; XEW CITHON, KS.W _CANDIED LESION PEEL, KEW LAYER RAISINS, SEW BUKGH RAISINS, KEW SEEDLESS KATSIN3. EXTRA MINCED MEAT, VALENCIA RAI.-IXS. FKESU PEACHES, OKAKBKUIUBf, FSESU PL0MS. FRESH _QUIIfCES, QUINCE JELLY, FliESH TO.MATOE?. CURRANT JELLY, _FKESH PtSARS, QDINCE JAM, FRESH CHERRIES, DRIED _APPL_.ES_, PEACH _JASf. DlilfiD rEACnBS. PLUM JAM, JJHIKD CRERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DKIED BLACKBERRIES. DKIED ELDERBERRIES, DKIED .STONED CHERRIES, ALMOND CRACKERS, DRIED CORN. GINGER NUTS, _UOMINY. 4c, &c. WINE BISCUITS. SODA _BISCUITS. SWBhT clt>EH, _FAttlXA CIUCREUS, anJ PUKE CIDER _VINEQAK, FAMILY CRACKERS, COAL OIL. EXTRA FAMILY SOAP, PURE PEPPER, NO. 1 SALMON. l'URE SPICES, _«EW MESS MACKEREL, PURE OLIVE OIL, HO I MACKEKEL, NO. 2 MACKEREL, SCOTCH HERRING. RICH MILD CnEESE. R. MIDDLETON'S & CO"S., KOLLOCK & CO'S BOULER ...

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

Philadelphia and _Heading Hail Road. "WINTER ARRAKGEMBNT _fiTT Wit TTTf fflffllrffTl01 '' PASSENGER TRAINS (_PtielnS E#A<_llll«) DOWN, TO PHILADELPHIA, at ' 6.3ft and 11.10 A.M., 12 nooa. and'4.20 P. M. UP, TaPOTTSVILLB, at 1 Lin A. M. and 6.001'. 31. WBST, TO LEBANON AND HARRTSBU11_O: Western Express from S«>w-York, at 12.07 midnight. Midi Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and ti.lH) V. Jl. On Sundays{lie Down A. 31. Train passes _Reading, at 9.20 A. Miand Up Train»s 9.97 r. M. Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. M. up Trains connect at Port Clinton _forTainaijaa, Williamsport, Ehnira, Buffalo, Niagara and Canada. The U.10 A. M. Train only connects at Port C:;_=;cn for Wilkesbarre, Scranton and Pittston. The Western Express Trains connec: at Harrislinnj with Express Trains on the _Pennsylvania Kailroad for Pittsburgh, and all points West; and the Mail Trains connect at Harristrarg for Lancaster, unaubersbarg_, _Suatmry_, Wllliauisport, Lock Haven, SSlmira and the _Cauadas. Through F...

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

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS C O U NT R Y N t?E ALERS. CA8_INET -'- ^^^Z - GREAT FURNITURE '^^^^^_SjiK mBUCEMEHT REDUCED _-_^^i_^^^^^ f CASH PRISES. ' _v ' _&_% &_?_£:'-- -_* BUYERS. Nor<H Fifth Street3vfl Ooor al»ove tlie Old State House JOHN D. BERT0LETTE, HAVING PURCHASED THE LARGE AND exteDHiva stock or Cabinet Fnrnhure from 15. BertOI_^ttej ho now offers (•> tlie public the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture ever _otfered tor sd'« '* _th_« _citizeas of _UhhiIjur and vicinity. Hio stock consists of PARLOR, HALL, LIBRARY, _OlIASmER, VIXINft KOO3T aud KlTOKEN Furniture, alluf his own manufacture, and made in the most workmanlike manner, aud warranted to _jcive entire satisfaction_, arupioyiu_^ uoue bu t experienced workmen, he feol» coufl-Jeat _dt HU_£_e&_»_&__ TO _91S _TK.AD_53. He has constantly on _liaud a large stock ot Walnut, 5Ia-!iog».ny aud Kosew ' ood Veneers, which have been _solocted with much care. Coach Bod...

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

LIVERPOOL Hi ill J) 9M_3_STO13 JUST OPENED, At No. 50, East Fenn Street, Reading, Between Sixth and Seventh* (Formerly Otto's Dry Goods Store,) A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT jt\ of French ChinaParian Ware, Lava Ware, Terra Cotta Ware, French and American Glass Ware, Plated Goods and Cntlery, all of which will bo sold at Mew-York I_'riceb for catsh Tbe I'ropnetor bag facilities never before presented to the citizens of Reading, fur selline them all DESCRIPTIONS OP GOODS In his line, and as beiutendH to give his attention exclusively to the sale of these articles, b« hopes tbe public will sustain him in his _otibrts to establish a first-clasB China, Glass and _Queensware Store in Heading, Ang 2-tfJ W. S. HALL. HARDWARE & IRON STORE; WMOIESALE _AJBtrB RETAIL. T HE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING BOUGHT the old _Establinhed Hardware and Iron Store of the late Fricker_, _Stevenson & Co., and _having added a _large new Stock of goods; would respoctfully call the attention of the...

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

LOOK HERE! TB. _RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS ,_his friends and the public, that be has opened a new Store on _Penn street, No. S3, next door to J. B. Hitter's Cabinetmaker Store, where he invites the citizenB of Readin? and vicinity, to bis splendid stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING. _Consitinp of OVERCOATS, FROCK COATS, PANTS and VESTS, of varlons colors and qualities, got up under his own (supervision. He is also supplied with a good stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, wMcn will be made to order in tbe neatest and xnoetFabhiouablH Styies at tbe lowest cash pticea. Having considerable experience in (his branch of _bneinecs, be frels confident of _uivintr general _satisfaction. He has also on hand a Itood _af.s'irtmeat of _Gentleman's Karnishiug Goods, each as White ShirtR, _Overshirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, Cravats of _diffsreat styles and colors, Stockings and Gloves, and _gucb _uoodt as are found in a Store of this kind. Jan 24-3m] JACOB B. RIXSTISE, Heading. If. B —...

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

lfiRQ7 PHILADELPHIA f 1o 18b3 J p APKR HANGINGS. \ _lbbd SOWXILL A BOURKE, CORNER FOURTH & MAttKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA, have now in stock, a fine variety of * Wall Papers, got up eKpreSBly for tbe|r Spring Trade. W1ND0 W PAPER OP EVERY GRADE, to which they invite tbe attention of Storekeepers. JKf" In their Retail Department, will be found the ohoicest styles of the season. [Feb. 11-3 mos. 1 AH (\(\(\ BAKKEfeS OF THE 1UU , UUU l0DJ MANUFACTURING COS 130 South 'Wharves, Philadelphia, Fa. THIS COMPANY. WITH A CAPITAL OF $150000, tbe most extensive Works of tbe kind in the world, and an experience In _manuractnrtsfr ot over _23 years, with a reputation long established, having also" the exclusive control of all the night soil of the great city of New-York, are prepared to furnish an article, which is, without doubt, tbe Cheapest and vekt best fertilizer in market. It greatly increases tbe yield, and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier, at an expense of from th...

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

_FftESH SUPPLY OF DET GOODS. DAVID NEFF H AS JUST RETURNED _FUOM THE PRINcipal market, and is now opeoisga Urge _a,_esort_;iient of M1139IKI Ml (81)1)3)3, He has also on hand a very large _assortment of all kinds of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GOODS, At prices 30 per cent, lower than they can be purchased by the PACKAGE from the Importers, comprising in part BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, And a. general assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen ' Wear, Which will be sold at an average price, comparing favorably with any other House iu this city or in Philadelphia. Purchasers, wholesale and retail, are cordially invited to call apd see and Judge for themselves. IFeb 21

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

LIST OF COLORS: Black, s_^r~_FASF ~ _^ Salmon, Bark Brown, /_&^^ _^_£\ Scarie( > Snvff Brown, (_${ A _^ )a) Dark Drab, Light Brown, f[ X _ffh M Light Drab, Dark Blue, \ I / ffv )>) Yellow, Light Jilue, _^ _±aJirWfflf<l J"Shl _YelUw, Dark (Jreen, _wBoSmmLj Orange, Li , ¦ _BCBK/_ft yk Magenta, Pink, wBSBm&l_^i Solferino, Purple, ^¦NCsBiwS- French Blue. Slate, _mmmSSSiSl_^Smi_^ Royal Purple , FAMILY DYE COLORS, FOR DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons. Gloves, Bonnets, llata, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast colors. A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tented . , and put np in neat packages. For twenty-five cents yon oau color as many good* as would otherwise cost five times that sum. The process ia simple, and any one can use tbe Dyes with _pnfsct success. Directions _tnstd«. Manufactured by ...

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

TO FARMERS! POUDRETTE OF THE LOCI RlSWUFftCTURIPiG CO THE ATTENTION OF FARMERS AND GAR. deners is respectfully called to tbe above MANURE. Owing to th« high prico of Peruvian Ouano, _Snper Pbosphateanri dtber fertilizers, this will be found the cho:_tpe>>t und host manure. For fall _particulars call on the _Ageut for the Company. J. I *- STICUTER, Feb 2S-3mol Fifth and Penn Streets. OIL CLOTHS! _OIIi CLOTHS!! rrMIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CARX ria«e, Table and Floor Oil Cloths in tbe City. Call Feb 2S] GEO. _LEIiCH & CO'S. O. AMES1 SHOVELS. O AMES' SHOVELS AND SPADES, A . full assortment ou band. _Applj _j to_^ STICHTER, Feb 2S-3mo] Fifth and Fenn Stree ' _ts. COAI. OH. I COAL OIL!! CA BAUUELS QQAh OIL JUST RECEIVED, _fJVJwarramed «iual to any _manafactnred. Fur _eaio at the lowest wholesale and retail prices by Feb 25] GEO. LERCH & CO. BLASTING B._OCK. rpHE SUBSCRIBER jS AGENT FOR MESSRS. J[ Dupont's Powder in iron kegs, which has twice the _Strengtb...

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

TABBABT'S EFFERVESCEUT SELTZER APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDTciue has universally received the moat favorable recommendations of the Medical Phofessiox and the Public, as the most Efficient and _Aureeable _SAXIHB APERIENT. It loay be need with the best effect In Bilious and Febrile Diseases, CoRtiveness, 8ick Headache , Nausea, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all _complaintB WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT ORFUKGATIVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to Uie wants of Traveller* by Sea and Land, Residents of Hot Climates, Persons Of Sedentary HabitR, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Vessels and Planters will find it a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests. It is in the form of a powder, carefully put np in bottles, to keep in any climate, and. merely requires water poured upou it to prodnce a delightful effervescent beverage, Numerous testimonials from profe...

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

GRAINS! ( MALT.) GRIANS CAN CONSTANTLY BE HAD AT LAUEfi S BREWERY, corner of Third and Chestnut streets. f. _XAUIB. December 7 .1861-tf _THRESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES, AT JP FBOCOCK'S Pah 7] 40 ftjotli Fifth Street' * T|_1Ott SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 W111_TB XI Granite Tea Setts of tbe newest style. |70RSALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 300 GRANITE Jj Dinner Setts of the newest style. _IJlOtt SALE AT THE OLD JAIL , 1000 SETS . Common Teaware, " _JlOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LAROJ est assortment or Liverpool Ware ever offered in Beading. T710R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A LARGE Sj assortment of Pittsburgh, Boston and French OUxware of every description. F3R SALE AT THE OLP JAIL, THE CHOICes,t variety 6f _B&r and Hotel Glass, China and Qacenp ware furniture ever offered in Reading. T_70R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 60 BARRELS _JT Mackere at Philadelphia prices. mareh M WILLI*lf HROAD_^. Jr. _ _rpEA.—EXTRA FINE OOLQNGr TJBA, AT X . „ ¦ PROCOCK'8, ^•b 7] _40BoBtU_*lrthStre_*t.

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