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

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Fbidat, March 27, 1S83. FLOUR AND GBAIN—There is very little demand for Flour, either for _shipment or home use, and the market is dull and drooping. The. oaly sales we hear of are about 300bbls common and good superfine at $5 7508 25; Z5u bbla northwest extra family st 17, and 200 _bbls K00<l Pennsylvania do. at $7 62_U. at which rate there were more sellers than buyers The trade come forward slowly Within the same range of prices, according to brand and quality, and tancy lots at $8@9 _$) bbl. Bye Flour is steady but quiet at $4 76, and Corn Meal dull at 94 for Pennsylvania, ai»d $4 60 %) bbl for Brandy wine. The receipts to-day are 3000 _bbls Flour, 9600 bus Wheat, 7SS0 do Corn, 92uO do. Outs. There is very little. inquiry for Wheat, and tbe market is dull and drooping. There are some sellers of good and prime Pennsylvania reds at _158@_100c, and white at 176@ lS5c, but the demand is limited. Bye is scarce, and SCO bus Pennsylvania sold at 102c. Coin...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. T)URSUANT TO_«_JkN ORDER OF THE OBIT PHANS' COURT of Berks connty, will be sold at Public Vendue, on Saturday, tbe Uth day of April, A. 1). 1863, on the premises, In Bern township, Berks county: All that certain messuage, tenement and tract of land, situate in said _townnhip and county, adjoining lands of Jonathan Boeder, John Albert, Jacob LeiobachJoseph Belleman, Jacob Kalbach, and tract No. 2 of the said Samuol Moser, deceased; containing one hundred aud nineteen _ncres, and _ono hundred and thirty-nine perches, more or Mless. The improvements aro a two-story BKICK DWELLING HOUSE, a large new Switzer _Baru, Wagon Shed, Pig Stytwo-story Spring House, Apple Orchard, and Sprint; of never failing water, &c, &c. Late the property of Samuel Moser, deceased. Sale to commence at _11'clock in the afternoon, when due attendance will be givenand the terme of sale made known by _BBNHEVUiLe MOSER, > ,a LEVI F. DIBTBICH. \ MialB _- By order of the ...

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

FREEI_/AN-D SEMINARY, WILL OPEN ITS SPRING TERM, ON Monday, March 30th, 1863. Young men are fitted for BoeluessCollege or Teaching. Access to School by Beading Bailroad to the Boyer'o ford Station. For Catalogues or particulars, address H. A. HUNSICKER, Principal, March ll-4t*] Freeland, Montgomery county, Fa. BEADING CLASSICAL ACADEMY, AND _XOTOXIXIkXAXj BCHOOIj, \ 1TILL COMMENCE ITS SPRING TERM, t V on _Tuesday, the 7th of April, and contlnne 11 weeks. A class of Teachers will be formed in the Normal Department, and they will be instructed with especial ' reference to tbe wants of tbeir vocation. TERMS, from _»3 to $6 per quarter. Higher English and Languages extra. For further Information, addreae _Jfarph 14-amo] D. B. _BRUUNER, A. B., Principal. Government Pension and Claim _jO_*. _mSt J"33 2W «=3 _TBKT • rnHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO J_ prosecute Claims in any of tbe Executive Departments of the United States, or to procure Patents. EgF" Particular attention will be paiil...

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

THB WELL-KNOWN SPANISH JACK STUD M ARM AOUKE ! (r.ATBLT OWNED BT PETER _QULDIN, DEC'D.) WILL STAND BORING THE COMING season for the service of Mares at the following places! From the 1st to the lflth day of April at tbe _atable of the subscriber, residing in Oley townehip, two miles east of Frledensburg; the 17th and 18th at the stable ol O. D. Bechtel, (widow Barnbard'_s old Bland) in Ruecombmanor township ' ; the 21st, 22d and 23rd-at-the stable ol Eli A. Leinbach, in Bern township, and on the 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th-and 30th of April at the private stable of John M. Swoyer,_^n or near tbe borough line of Hamburg, and the 3rd and 4th of May. at the stable of Daniel Stitzer, [Half-way House) in Maidencreek township; 6th, 7th aud Sth of May, at the stable of the subscriber _auain, and bo on In rotation during the season till tbe 1st day of August, at the following rates and conditions: One dollar Is to be paid before any Hare is served, and $9 OD whenever it is ascertained that t...

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

_SAW OF UNO. l_,_20Q,0QO AOBJIS _FABJsf _IiAWD OF THB IUI«0IS CENTRAL BAII-ROAD COMPANY, _* IT 18 WELL KNOWN _THA.T THIS COMpany, in the few years since 'he construction of the iiwahas sold a large Dumber of farms to Reuters, who. mostly in a short time, enjoyed a degree of prosperitywhiah Is sufficient evidence of the quality of the soil, and the facilities for disposing of its produce. The numerous villages which have sprung up in thin shorttime also indicate the abundant resources of the country. The land I-rich PRAIRIE SOIL, often thickly wooded. Woodland Pft8 generally be _puroftased at ah . qrt distancing i).ad _Jow pf icps—soinaiiinaB ot tbe Comaany. The _various kinds of grain are successfully cultivated. Fruit, drapes, Ac , grow rapidly, and yield abundantly and of superior quality. The fruit market is probably tbe best in the West. For the _rajslng of Cattle there Is no h.eMer flouiityy to be found. Considering tbe infancy or the settlements, much has already been dope...

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

f 1OO. A I4I4 DISCHARGED SOLDIERS WHO HAVE /\ been wounded in battle, are now entitled to ONE HUNDKED DOLLAR8 BOUNTY, tbe same as If tnev bad served for two years. Apply immediately in _perison or by letter, at the _ILSLXT AND NAVY INFORMATION and COLLECTION OFFICE of the subsoriber, and your claims will be promptly collected. 1»»» * B u sHEAttEMj _AUotney at Law And Bounty and PonBlon Agent, Court Street, Reading. March 7, 1603-tf B.A.QS WANTED. rpHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE, IN CASH, X will be paid for RAQ.S, at the Reading Adler office. ~_%arch H-aq W. VAN BEED. _T&SBAKOVXVT _SHMHSTAB.T_, NORRISTOWN, PA., _inOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.—Tho situa-_fj tion Is high, healthy and beantlful, amid ten acres of ground. The Principal devotes Wb whole time to the _School. The Spring and Bummer Session of Four months commences on Tuesday, April 7,1863. For Circulars, with full particulars, address, _JJarcb. 7-4t) JOHN W. LOCH, Principal.

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

A PROCLAMATION. WHEREA8 , THE HON. W. J. WOODWARD. Esquire, President of the Court of Common Pleas In the twenty-third district, consisting of the county ol Berks, in PennsylvaniaDavid Schall and Gboroe 1). BTITZEL, EsquiresJustices of the Courts of Oyer and Terniner, Quarter Sessionsand General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders, in the said county ot Berksby their precept to me directedtested at Reading, the Huh day of Jannarv, A. D., 186ahave ordered a Court of CoininoD Pleas, General Quarter Sessions, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, to be held at Reading, on thesecoud Monday in April next, (which will be the IStb day of said month,) to continue three weeks; NOTICE, therefore, is hereby given to the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Reading, the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and the Constables of the said county of Berks, that they are by the "aid precept commanded to be there at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,, with their...

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

_& _IMPORTANT TO F _EMALES. DR. CHBBSEMAN'S _PH.I.STh« combination of ingMalents In these fills an the result of a long and extensive _praetiee. They are mild In their operation, and certain _Jn eorrectlngall Irregularities, PainfnliMenstruations, removing aU obstructions,.whether from _«old or otherwise, headache, pain in the aide, palpitation of the _heart.wbltesall nervous affections, hysterics, pain In the back and _llinbs, 4c, disturbed sleep, which MUa from intarrapUon of nature. PR CflEESBMAN'S _PJLLS was the _oommeDcement of a new era in the treatinent Of those irregularities and obstructions which have consigned so many to a prejutcrb obavk Nfrfeumle can enjoy good health unless she U regularand whenever an _ofestruplioa takes place tbe general health begins to decline. DB. CHBESBMAN'S PILLS are the most _effectual _raasdy ever known for all com: plaints peculiar to Females. To all _ciatsas they are invaluable, inducing, with certainty,periodical regularity. They ...

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

K&" Amount or _Coal transported on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, during the week ending Thursday, March 26,1863. _Tons.Owt. From Port Carbon, • • • • 21,673 08 ". PottftvUla, . . . 046 02 " SehaylkUl Raven, - - - is see or *• Auburn, .... - 4,074 09 " Port Clinton, ....4,203 14 " Harrisharg 2,886 19 Total for week - - - - • 4S_.9S0 19 Previously this year, ... 728,692 18 TOTAI, 777 643 17 ' To same time last y_«ar, - • 495,623 02 BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE! THE BEST IN THE WORLD. William A. Batchblok'_s celebrated Hair Dye _produces a. color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to Injure the Hair in the least; remedies the HI effects of bad dyes, and Invigorates the Hair for life. GREY, RED, or RUSTY HAIR instantly turns a spleadid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all Dragglste, be. E_3P The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHBLOB, on Hie four side* _ttfcatSi bocc. . P»*ury. No. SI Barclay Street, New-York, (Late 238 Broadway and It...

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

To Mervoiu Sufferer* of Both Sexes' A Reverend Gentleman having been restored to health in a few days, after undergoing all the nsnal routine and irregular expensive model Of treatment, Without 8UC0_S88 considers it his sacred duty to eommunioate to his afflicted fellow creatures the mass op eras. Hence, on the receipt or an addressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used. Direct to D«. JOHN M. DAGHALL, 180 FaUon Street, Brooklyn, B. X. (Jan. 17-2 mo. IOTA COUGH, GOLD, OK AN IRRITATED THROAT if allowed to progress, results la set loos Pulmonr ary and Bronchial affections, oftentimes incurable. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL _TROCHES reach directly the affected part* and give almost Instant _nUe£ I* _umo»_cBTtt», _Astbiu, and _Catarm they are bene ficial. The good effects resultlngfrom thenseof theTroehesand their extended use, has caused them to be eouuterfelted. Be sun to guard against worthless Imitations. Obtaib only the genuine Broum's Bronchial Troches which have...

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

DISCHARGED SOLDIERS CAN NOW OBTAIN THEIR $100 BOUNTY from the V, £. Government, by application to ABHBR K. STAUPPEB, March 7-tf] Collection Office, Court Street, Reading. 1V/ TESS_, MESS, MESS MACKEREL, AT JlX PEOCOCK'S March 14] 40 South Fifth Street. Tl ONEY, HONEY.—FOR SALE AT XX PEOCOCK'S March 14] _, 40 Sonth Fifth Street. "OXCELSIOR HAMS, AT X!i PEOCOCE'S nuarchl4] 40 South Fifth Street ILLS EXTRA PICKLES.—-FOR SALE BY the dozen or hundred, at PKOCOCK'S, ch 14] to Douth Kftfi stnet

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

Bjmtob or Gazette Dear Str:—With _yonr permission I wish to say to the readers of your paper that I will send by return mall to ill who wish it, (bee) a Atfeipe, with foil directions for making and _nslng a simple Vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Imparities of the Ekln, leaving the same soft, dear, smooth aiid beautiful. I will also mall free to those having Bald Heads or Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will enable them to start a full growth of Laxariaat Hair, Whiskers, Dr a moustache , in less than SO days. All applications answered by return mail without charge. Respectfully yours, . THOS. *. CHAPMAW, Feb 28-3mo] Chemist, No. 851 Broadway, New-York

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

_K_^_MuiTABT Itbms.— Sergaant George B Savie, formerly connected with the Times office, has been appointed Second Lieutenant of Company D, 3d Pennsylvania. Reserves. He enlisted as a private In this Gwnpany, under Capt. (now Major) Wm. Briner. : Sergt. Peter A. Lantz has beeu promoted to the Second Lieutenancy of Company H, 123th Pennsylvania Regiment, In place of Lieut. R. F. Kerr, resigned. Lieut. Lantz bna served iu tbe army since the commencement of the war, ant as a private in the Ringgold Light Artillery, the pioneer Company in tbe three months' _sorvica, and afterwards as Lieutenant in the 50th Penna., In South Carolina. Dr. W. A. Barry, _fotmoriy of this county, nowjof Lebanon, has been appointed Surgeon in tbe army, and assigned to the 75th Pennsylvania Regiment.

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

To Oon«iimptiv»«. , g&» THE ADVERTISER, HAVING BEEN restored to health in a few weeks, by a very _simple remedy, after having Buttered several yeara with a severe lung affectioa_, and that dread disease Consumption—is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of care. To aU who desire it, he will send • copy of the proscription used (free of _piuge) «ltb tba _diregtlotu for preparing and up ing the same, which they will flnd. a 8bbb Cp<>i| for _Consomptioic, Asthma, Bronchitis ae. The only pbject ol the advertiser in Bending the Prescription is to benefit (be afflicted, and spread Information which he conceives to b_0 Invaluable*»d ne hopes every suVerer will try bis _nmoir,uu WlU _eust them nothing, and' may prove a blwriBg. _^^ toWApD A. WIL_80H. _WlllUmsburRh, jnareb U-3 mm] Kings County, New-York.

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

ERESH RICE FLOUR, AT » " PKOCOCK'S, AlMCh. I*} 40 South fifth _btreel

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

HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. "HTOHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT UUU11U , A Positive and Specific Remedy For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. Thl»Mediclne increases tbe power_% Digestion, and excites the Absorbents into healtby action, by which the Watery or Calcareous depositions, and nil Unnatural Enlargements are reduced, as well as-Palu and Inflammation, and Ia Good For MSN1 , _WOMZW OR _CHUiDHMT HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, For _Weaknesses Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indiscretion or Abuse, attended with ihefollowingsjmptoms: _^disposition to Exertion, Lom of Power, Loss of Memory, ¦ Diffienlty of Breathing. WeakNerxoa_, _frembiinK, Horror of Disease, _Wakefulnees, Dimness of Vision Pain in tbe Ba,ck, Universal Lassitude of the Flushing of the Body, Muscular System, Braptionsof the Skin, Hot Hands, DrynessoftheSkln, I'ALLIU VUUniEiUAUUei. ¦ These symptoms, if allowed to g...

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

CONSTITUTION _WATER. IBS GREAT _SBKUsy FOR THE AND TUB ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. 2Vie«e _Domgerr.wi ami Trnn&l-some Diseases , which linvt thus far Resisted the best directed Treatment, mnu Completely GontrolledUytiieREMEDYnowbrfo reu*' _TBIS CURATIVE properties or tbe medicine direct themselves to tbe organs of secretion, and by so altering the condition of the _etonjsch and liver that the starchy principle of the food is not converted into sugar ao long as the system Is under tbe in. Uneuae of the CONSTITUTION WATER, which gives those organs time to recover their healthy ton* and vigor. We are- able to state that the _ConKtitutina Water has cured every case of Diabetes in which it bus _litsn given. STONE IX TUB BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL BRICK OUST VBP0SIT8, AND MUCOUS UR ' MILKY _nrSCUARQBS AFTER URINA TING. _Diraase occurring from one and the same csub* will bo entirely enred by the Constitution Water, if taken fur hut len...

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

HATS, CAPS & FURS FOB, FALL AND _WZSKKB&, •|~V AT THE fcLD-ESTABLISHED STAND OF _M _pi p. o. _BO_^.s, £| No. 0 West Penn Street, next door to the Union Bank of Reading, _TITHO IS CONSTANTLYJIECEIVING PROM TT New-York and Philadelphia tbe latest styles of HATS and OAFS Adapted to _tne season. He Aits aim received a fine assort ment of LADIES' FURS, BVPFAL0 ROBES, TRUNKS, _CARPETBAOS, • VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the lowest cash prices/ As he pay Cash for all hia goods, he is enabled to sail them at the low est prices. R_?" A large lot of the best quality of BED FEATHERS received, to which the attention of Housekeepers U respectfully invited. Call and examine.—No trouble to show goods. foct 18-tf LOOK HERE! JB. RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS _»hls friends and tbe public, that lie has opened a new Store on Penn street, No. 63, next door to 3. 6. Ritter'_a Cabinetmaker Store, where be invites the citizens of Heading and vicinity, to his splendid st...

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

THE CELEBRATED STALLION " BLACK HAWK," IS OFFERED FOB. SALE BY THE SUBSCRr.-BBK, on account of lesaming his _Blackamithlng _Busi. ¦ess. He is well-known throughont this section of eonntry. _^^^ as one of the best-blooded Animalsand fl_^_B> may he bought on reasonable terms. If UrfV—toe_* not sold before the 1st of April, " BLACK ^^« ¦ ¦ AWS " will stand again for service durp_^^&l ing the season, at the Hotel lately occupied VI ¦ _JTrnm by John Schitt, corner of Fifth and Wash-WHBMsmVilBgton streets, opposite the Old Jail. Any good, honest man, who will attend to him for the season, can have an opportunity or doing bofor half what Is made. The subscriber now carries on the _Blaeksmithing and Coach-Making business, at the old stand, in Washington street, between 6lxth and Seventh. HOB8B-SHOEIHG partlcniarly attended to. Van* 14-Stl MARTIN KINT. Estate of Henry Bera&ara Habien, late of the city of Beading, deceased. •\_TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET-1.1 TB...

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