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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Fbidat, March 20, 1863. FLOUR AHD GRAIN.—There ia little or 00 _Inquiry for Fiourand holders are free sellers at previous quotations, the market closing irregular and very dull; the only sales reported are some 600 bbl* at $6 25@6 50 for standard and choice superfineand $t> S0@7 for common and good extras; the sales to the trade are also limited within tbe same range of prices for «a per flue and extras; *H oO@S 23 tor fimily, and 88 6U@9 $ bbl. for fancy brands, Kye Flour is dull, and offered at $5 _$1 bbl., and Pennsylvania Corn Meal is not much inquired for at _$_t $3 bbl, Tbe receipts to day are 3100 bbls flour, 7600 bushels wheat, 10,250 do corn, and 640j do oats. The Wheat market is quiet with but little or no demand either for shipment or milling, and prices are nnsettled and drooping; good and prime 'edu are offered at iI C5@*l 70 and white at $1 80 to 91 SO, as in quality, without _finding buyers to any extent. Kye is quiet, but Steady aV IWS- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

SINGER & CO S. WL_^_mziraE*rM_?W32W _±. ** _^_a. 99 FAMILY SEWIN6 MACHINE, WITH ALL THE KECENT IMPROVEMENTS, I« tbe 5BST and cheapest and host beautiful or all Sewing Machines. This Machine will sew anything, from the run nlng of a tack In Tarletan to the making of an Overcoat—anything from Pilot or Beaver Cloth down to the Hottest _Oanze or Gossamer Tissue, and is ever ready to do its work to perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tnck, quilt, and has capacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This is not tbe only Machine that can fell , hem, hind, and so forth, bnt it will do so better than any other Machine. The Letter " A " Family Sewing Machine may be had In a great variety of cabinet cases. The Folding Case, wblcb is now becoming so popular, is, as Its name implies, one that can be folded into a box or case, which, when opened, makes & beautiful, Babetantial, and spacions table for the work to rest upon. Tie cases are of every imaginable del sign...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

Editor of Gazette. Dear Sir:—With your permission I wish to say to the roasters of your paper that I will send by return mall to nil wlid wieli it, (fraa) a Rocipe_, with full _direvlivns for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that Will effectually remove, in 10 days, 1'imples, Blotches, Tan, Frecklofi, and all Imparities of the Skin, leaving the same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful. I will also mall free to those having Bald Beads or Bare _Faoes. timple directions and Information that will enable them to starta tall growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whliken, or a Moustache, la less than SO day*. All applications answered by return mall without charge. Respectfully yours, THOS. t. CHAPMAN, Feb 23-3mo] Chemist, So. 831 Broadway, Mew-York M_«H-_« ¦— To Consumptives. jgTTHE ADVEKftdfiit, HAVING BEEN restored to health in-a few weeks, by a very simple remedyafter having suffered several years with a severe lung alfectioa, and that dread disease Consumption—is _anztons to make known...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

THE CELEBRATED STALLION " BLACK HAWK," IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE SUBSCRIBER, on account of resuming bis Blacksmithlng Business. He is well-known throughout this section of country, jii— as one of tbe best-blooded Animals, and mk may be bought on reasonable terms. If V/ylP _«j_»_a not sold before the 1st of April, " BLACK JPmmLMw _HAffK " Will stand again for service dnrcTr ^^^W in Jf the season, at the Hotel lately occupied _%1 8 Em by John ScUitz, corner of Fifth and Wash-^_ShBBBB ingtnn (streets, opposite the Old Jail. Any good, honest man, who will attend to him for the season, can have an opportunity of doing nofor half what is made. The subscriber now carries on the _Dlaeksmitblnjr and C9ft5h-Maklnfl _businens, at tbe old stand, in Washington street, between Sixth and Seventh. HOUSE SHOEING particularly attended to. March 14-3t] MARTIN KINT. A RARE OPPORTUNITY To Secure W Established Business. HAVING OTHER ENGAGEMENTS IN view, I offer for sale at a GREAT BARGAIN, my stock ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

PUBLIC SALE. WILL BE _sS0LI> AT PUBLIC SALE. ON Friday, the 27th day of March. 18*3. at the public house of George .stoner, in Stonersville, Berks county, the following personal property: 10 Milch,_Cowk, I Fat Bull, 10 _Shoats, weighing from SO to 100 tb-l a piece, 1 Wagon Cover and wagon bows, half bn»hel and peek meaxnre. 20 three bnshel bags, H flfty-»ix weights, wheelbarrows, shovels and grubbing _bocs, cow chains, 15 _bushe s planting _potatoes, 8 beds and bedsteads 4 stoves and stov« pipe iOO yards carpet, cupboards, 6 tables, 80 chairs2 wood chebts 6 othf r chests 6 benches, 4 spinning _wheelx4 meal barrels, 1 dough trough, I zinc_, wash Mtand with bow) and pitcher, tinwureearthen-ware, splitting toolsand many other articles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock 1& ike forenoon of said day, when the terms of sale will be made known b» SO O ONSI'ONER. N. B.—Huckstering is forbidden on the premises march 14-2t* ORFBA_3VS' COURT &AAS OF...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

IMPORTANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEBSBMAN'S FILLS. The combination of ingredients in these Fills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in tMr operation, and cert&te In correcting all irregularities. Painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache pain in the side, palpitation of the heart._wliites. all nervous affections, hysterics, pain in the back and limbs, &c, disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. DE CUEESEMAN'S PILLS « was the commencement of a _naw era in the treatment of th_«M _irrezniariiieg nod obstructions which have consigned so many to a prematcbe urave No female can enjoy good health _nnless she is regular, and whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to decline. DR. CUEESEMAN'S FILLS are the most effectual remedy ever known for all complaints peculiar to Females. To all classes they are invaluable, indXKing, with certainty, periodical regularity T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

Humored Repulse of Admiral Farragut_'s Pleat. Washington, March 19. News of much i mportance, if it be true, reaches us from Fortress Monroe, based upon the statements of rebel newspapers at Richmond, to the Pitect that the fleet of Admiral Farragut has b-en repulsed by the rebels at Fort Hudson, the frigate Mississippi burned and the flagship Hartf _jrii disabled. It would appear from the account of this affair, that our land forces were not en gaged, and it may have been merely a naval re _oanoissance, _ati ended probably with some _dis aster, which has been considerably exaggerated at the rebel sources of Information—the only ones from which we derive any intelligence so far. LATER—THE REPORT DENIED. Cincinnati, March 19. The reported destruction of the Mississippi, in _Farragut'_a attack upon and repulse from Port Hudson, is now deni«d by the Richmond papers_, which admitted that one of our vessels succeeded in running the batteries.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. _TVTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE X._^1 undersigned, appointed by the Orphans' Conrt of BerkB county, to audit the account of Daniel Spongier and Jonathan Long. Executors of the las Will and Testament Of John Kadenbach, late of Jefferson township, Berks county. deceased, will meet the parties Interested In tbe purposes of his appointment a( hie office, in the City of Reading, on Friday, the 27th day of March nest, at 1 o'- clock in the afternoon of said day. March 7-3t»] JBSatt G. HAWLEY, Auditor. MILLINERY AHD STRAW GOODS! W E HAVE THE PLEASURE OF INFORMing you Hut we are now prepared to offer, at our Old Stand, Woe. 103, 10s and 10? Nor'tt Se_«ond Street, Philadelphia, a well selected Stock of _xa SI1LLINKRV AND "STRAW GOODS _JMy in every varietyof the latest importations, and mSIr of the newest and most fashionable styles. _*_3mm OUR 8TEAW UEPAKTMENT, will comprise every variety of Bonnets, Hats and Trimmings to be found in that line, of the _Utteot and moat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

LAST NOTICE. ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES indebted to the Estate of Isaac _Bhoads, of Amity township, Berks county, are requested te make payment to the undersigned Assignees, at Heading, on Friday, April 3rd, 1863, between the hours of 10 AM and 4 o'clock, P. M. All persons having claims against said Estate, will present them at the same time and place, properly an then-Heated for settlement. DAVID LEVAN, I ». i_ - _JOBSf B. UOLLOWAT, \_A «_"«n«es. March 14,1863-3t Government Pension and Claim m. 43- _HS _5_PT «_Z2 -mr • THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO prosecute Claims in any of tbe Executive Departments of the United Statesor to procure Patents. E_^p" Particular attention will be paid to the claims of Soldiers for Bounty, Back-Pay, Pensions, tie. WILLIAM B _SCHCENER, March 14_»_tf] Court Street , Reading. Pa. NEWTON D. STRONG-, ATTOKNKY AT L.AW, i_^vFFICE IN COURT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, 1 iKeading, Pa. [March 14,1863-3mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

MATLACK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Mo. 904 Market Street, Philadelphia. _XXTE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR T Y attention to our Large stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING now on band KEADT MA ' TJK, embracing every variety of Style and Material suitable for the _eeaeiou. «^e hav? 8lso on nand * fal1 assortment of _SPRIKO GOODS adapted to MEN'S and BOYS' WSAR, and would Invite your early attention thereto. These Goods nave been purthaied f»r CASH slid will b_» sold at a small advance for CASH. Particular attention paid to all orders, so at to insure satisfaction to the purchaser. „ , B. MATIiACK, Agt. March 14-3mo] 904 Market Street, Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

Another Fight oil the Blaefcwater. A very spirited battle took place on the Black water on Tuesday morning. General Peck despatched the Eleventh Pennsylvania cavalry, under Col. Spear, and two sections of the Seventh JU_^_aehuaotU battery to attack the euemy's intreuchments, commanded by Gen. Jenkins, ol South Carolina, opposite Franklin. The fight commenced at nine o'clock A. M , and was car ried on briskly for an hour. Two separate cavalry charges were made on the fortifications. These were found to be literally lined with infantry, who poured a deadly fire into our ranks, wounding many in the first charge, which was made by Major Strat ton, who was wounded in the shoulder. The second charge was conducted by Major Cornog, who led his men up to the fortifications to try and jump the ditch, but the move was soon found to be imjpfaetic&amp;ble_. The enemy opposed a heavy force of infantry and cavalry to the right and left of our position. Our loss was 17 wounded and missing. <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

REPORTED CAPTURE OF MEXICO Tbe Richmond papers of the _l?th, received at Fortress Monroe on tbe 18th, announce the captare of the city of Mexico by the French army. No date is assigned for the event. It is just possible that the Richmond authorities may be in possession of each news, _received by way of Texas, and telegraphed from Houston to Port Hudson, and thence to the rebel capital; but its authenticity ia, to say the least of it., doubtful. General Forey'_s army left Orizaba for Puebla —a distance of forty miles—on the 19th, 21st and 23d of February; and it was understood that the Mexican forces Were prepared to defend that position, in which case it would have required some time to " reduce it. Still, it may be that the Mexicans did not stand to defend Puebla, and that the French occupied it without opposition, and marched thence on the capital—a _dintauce of 8«*?nt *'Bix miles—which would not have been so capable of defence.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

«2- CJ /«a, _OKT «C» • PERUVIAN—No. 1 Government, received direct from the Peruvian Government, at lowest market rates. ICHABOE—A very superior article, received direct from the Island. JF_«_9 per 2000 lbs. PACIFIC OCEAN—A small cargo or "old fashioned" genuine, packed in bugs, very dry, and _tttroog. «60 per 2000 lbs. PliASTEK—Ground Plaster, a superior article, packed In good barrels BONES —&gt;futton Makers' Done Dust and Ground Bones Warranted Pare fcdf-* liberal deduction made to Dealers on the above articles. ALLEN &amp; NEEDLES, 42 South Wharves and 41 South Water Street, (Fibbt Stoke abovb _Chestkdt,) PHILADELPHIA. We sell no articles but such as we can safely re~ commend. [March 14-3mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

ALLEN &amp; NEEDLES SUPERPHOSPHATEQFLIME. THE STANDARD MANUEE, Unequalled bj any other in the market; always THE SAME IN QUALITY, And invariably to be relied 9B *9 a MANURE of standard excellence. Price $474 per 2000 lbs. Our Super Phosphate op Limb is uniform in its chemical constituents, and can always be depended on.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

HAMBURG BRIDGE LETTING. rpHB COMMISSIONERS OF BERKS COUNX TV, will be iu attendance at the public house Of David Fink, in tbe borough of Hamburg, on the 23d, 24th, and 25th days of March, 1863, for the purpose of letting the Hamburg Bridge. All those who fail to avail themselves of this opportunity, will positively be excluded from making a contract for the present year. PAUL WENRICH,) GEO K. LORAH, &gt; _Commisslonaii. H. R. HAWMAN, _) Commissioners' Office, Reading, March 7,1863-3t. _T&amp;EBASOUNT _SBXUIIXf ART, NORBISTOWN, PA., T?_0R YOUNG MEN AND BOYS—The situa-_|; tion Is high, healthy and beautifulamid ten acres of ground. The Principal devotes his whole time to the _School The Spring snd _Bnmmer Session of Fonr months commences on Tuesday, April 7,1883. For Circulars, with full particulars, address, March 7-4Q - JOHN W. LOCH, Principal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

MOURNING GOODS WE HAVB NOW _OFBXT BLACK BOMBAZINE. Doable width all-wool Pe LAINB. Single width do do. BLACK COBURG \% yards wide. "BLACK LUSTRE at all piices. MOURNING ALPACAS. BLACK SILK CHALLI. BLACK ALMA CLOTHS. BLACK _CBAFE VEILS. MOURNING COLLARS. MOURNING GLOVES &amp; HANDKERCHIEFS. SECOND MOURNING GOODS. All the above Goods have been bought before the late rise, _anj will be sold at nearly the Old Prices. KLINE A. EPPIHIHER , March 14-1] 1O East Penn Square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

OFFICERS Of THE LIBERTY FIRS COBI _PAST FOR. 18 93. President—W\\\\Am Gelg«r. Vice President—Amos W _beysW. Sec. and Gar. Secretary—John K. Hoffmaster. Assistant Secretary—Benneville l.udwig. Financial Secretary—Lewis _Shaneman. Committee on Firemen's Onion—William Geiger, Amoa W. DeysherWilliam Quimby, N B. Hill, VV. Fox. Engine Directors—So. 1, William Fox; No. 2, David Keebaa_; No S, CimtleiKeelet • Mo. i, Joseph _Beeee; No, 5, Benjamin Stott. Cliief Engineer—Lewis Haeenman. 1st Asst '• William Quimby. 'id " " John Weiizel. Base Directors—No 1, N. B. Hill; No. 2, George Goodhart; No. 8, Daniel Kepple; No. 4, Martin Eisenhower N«, 5, W&amp;h Acker. Librarian— Martin Eisenhower. Assistant Librarian—Benneville Ludwig.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

g^* Amount transported Pnil adelphta and Beading Railroad, daring the week ending Thursday, March 19, 1863. Tons. Cwt. From Fort Carbon, - ... 19,803 10 " PottovMe, - * « 1,034 06 " Bchuylkiil Haven, - - 14,7 U 05 " Auburn, .... . 3,083 14 " Port Clinton, ... 3412 11 " _Harrisburg, 2,893 10 Total for week 45,463 16 Previously thig year, • . * 6S3,3'ff 0_^ Total, 72S692 is To same time last year, - - 49S_.975 09

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

BATCHBLOR'S HAlft DYE THE BEST IN THE WOELD. _VTiiuam A. Batchelor's _celebrated Hair Dye produces a color to b9 distinguished from nature—warranted not to injure the Hair in the least; remedies tbe ill effects of bad _rtyas,ftnd Invigorates _tha Hair for life, _GKEY,KED , or HUSTr HAIR inBtantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all Druggists, 4c. 8_^°The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOE, on tnefour sides of each 1/_ox_. Factory, No, 61 Barclay _Strflat, NaW-Toi*_. (Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

xvv _xiwaTixuru, For Tonne Ladles—Pughtown, Chester county* Pa. npHE NEXT TERM WILL COMMENCE THE £ 6th of April, 1863, and continue fuurteea weeks. For Circulars, addrew Feb 21-if ] _^ ___ 8. M. HAWLEY_. T&gt;EEP TONGUES.—FKJSSH SUGAR CURED Jt) Tongues, for sale at PB iCOCK'S, March 141 40 South Fifth Street. ERESH CAN TOMATOES —FOR SALE Al fBOCOCK'8, march in V* South Fifth. Street.

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