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

CASPER HBPT, TMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES, LJJL OTOBS and SKGAKS_, Wo. 181 »orth Third Street, PMlaTelphla, would respectfully «all the attention: o/ hotel Eeepers and others, to his well selected stock of Wines. •iquou_, and Imported _Segare, in store .and under Custom House lock.- ¦ • i • - ._; . : i. • .• ' j. OterdDopuy *Co.,widOtard_^8eupertw_£ondonDock and various brands of Cognac and other Brandies, WINKS, 4c—Fine old Madeira. Sherry, Tenerile. and lisbon wines—super old Port wine, Clarets' of different kinds, on draught or In glass. : OHAMPAGHR-Heldrfck, P. A. _Mumm * Co.. and GelsleWs genulaejUchpr Brands , in pln_^_sUd (mart*. Together with a general assortment of Scotch and Irish y, old BouAouv Meuongahela Whiskey, ifUdClier_^ Blackberry _Baapberry and Lavender Brandiea "_f '» «^Superior Vine anil Stomach Bitters. * [June 4-«f

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

" Only iufalliblB remedies known." "Free from Poisons." " Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Kats come out of their holes to die." «9-Sold Wholesale iu all large cities. M3_T 8old by all _DaeauisTs and _Hstailsks everywhere. _2£ _HF_^iV"of ,a Ll wortnl«« _imltaHons; '' ** j_^l•» "Oobta» _« _bm name ieon each Box, Bottle, •nd flask, before yon buy. ' *~*""» 4_^ Address 1IENRV K. COSTAR, 49-PstnciPAr. Dbpot 482 Bkoadwav, W. Y. »^r_^_'_2by~_HAKVKy BIROHftCo., Wholesale and BeUil: «?.S.StKV«w,»3East Penn srreet, _* above the K.H. road; J. K. _McCaKDr: R. p. Hoitbb. h Co., READING, PA. Jauuarv 17. 18fi.s-9mn ' '

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

T. J. McGUlGAN, IMPOBTBB AMD WHOLESALE DEALERS W THREADS, TAPES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &o. _BXATOaZ28 AOT _BXJkCXXma , Mo. Ii gTRAWBERRV 8TRBST , PHILADELPHIA. [March 7-Sm OWEET CORN, AT • . ¦ ••;. ¦ ,-*^v, • -¦¦ PSOOOOK'8_, _"fc7 1 » south Fifth Street.

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

1 PHILADELPHIA f 1Rfiq lSOd | PAPER HANGINGS, 11 863 HOWBLL A 8OU&KB. COBHBB FOURTH * MAEKBT Streets, PHILADELPHIA have now to stock, a fine variety of Wall Papers, got np expressly for their Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE, to WhUh they Invite the attention or Storekeepers. 4a> In their Retell Department, will be fonnd the ehoieett stylet of the season. {Feb. 14-3 mos.

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

PREMIUM PHOTOGftAPHS. TOOK THE PREMIUM FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHS --' ¦ -' ¦ : ATT»_1»_-A _. _' . : ¦•• •:: . . MsJLET BB&SB OOlfflnnr _FAjDL TJiVERr PREMIUM YET_^_TARDED FOR jLj pho »°8T»rhie Likenesses in Berks eonnty, has been KlmtoHpirABD_^ Haiatheeiiea|MMtaBdbeitl.B»_adltag. **•RKMKMBBRTHB PLACK-BastPennSouare, wutfiaide, next to the Schmucker House. foctff-tf

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

AMOS SBZDB&'p OHBA* _jakts. _" ; ' _" WHOLMAIB AND RETAIL ;_m tmitJWttji-HMIESS W_£fflj&f_* lASTPBKNgTEBKT _._CTWKI MSfiMmffll '-''""Sx ^*ra and Eighth, \ . . »r iir'Brf 8o_?tl18We _i "early opposite Faslg'i _>if !i!iJr* T* ' tta Co"""»y House. The only _efyivu _~ affls-K -*• ^^««»»:«*Uir » January 14,lgotMf

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

_VA&UABLB _MBSIOZZmS. QOLE AGENT FOR BECKER'S CELEBRAT _^ff ^?.£l *l[ T * ' y_^BW" Indian Vegetable pjiis , Bran dreth's Pill*, Jte., tut., by Feb21-8mo] j. L. _BTiqHTSB.

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

B. T. eOHKXBS 6l MACT, ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 33 Nassau Street, New-York. A CCOUNT BOOKS ON HAND, OR MADE to order at very low prices. [March 7-lm _»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL E_3TESTABLISHED ASA KEFtfGE PROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. Tyt. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE I /most Certain. Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private Di«ea«es, Weakness of the Back or Limbs, _Strlctnrex_, Affections of tbe Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Impotency. General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor. Low Spirits, Confusion or Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, 'i imidity. Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, ThroatNo«e or SkinAffections of tbe Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorder* arising from the Solitary Habiu of Youth—those sbcbbt »_nd solitary _practices more fatal to their victims than the bodk ol Syrem to the Mariners of DlyHses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, ic, impossible. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit _«-hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_mJTEWTON D. STRONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, /_AFFICE IS COUKT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, _Us_^ding, Fa. [Ma»ehl4,1863-3mo "" JOHN _lUUbSTOlV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, /^FFICE WITH A. B. WANNER, KORTH V / Sixth Street, (above the Court Bouse,) Beading, Fa. FeDroary 21. lSRJ-ly __ semoval! -ftttlliam h. livingood, attorney at W LAW. has removed his office to the north, side of Coart street first door below Sixth. [dec 22-tf JESSE Or. _HAVTIiEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW* OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, above Sixth, Reading, Pa. O- Will be at Frieaensburg, every Thursday. September 29,1860-ly* _dtarlea Davis, A TT0RNET AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS /\_ Office to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David F. Gordon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court House. [april U Daniel Ermentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH .cL Sixth _Unet, eornw or Court »u_«y. [«s13J _? David Neff, _TTTHOLESALE AN© RETAIL DEALER IN Vy Foreign and Domestic DBT GOODS, Ko. 25 Sast _aon street. Beading, Pa. [March 10,1860....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

DIALOGUE Abolitionist.—Good evening, Mr. White. Democrat.—How do you do, Mr. Black? What is the news ? Ab.—Cheering news, Mr. Lincoln is going to liberate all the negroes—nearly four millions I Dem.—Ia that Constitutional? Ab.—No, sir: but our Constitution " is a covenant with death and a league with Hell." Dem.—If those are your sentiments you are disloyal. Ab— Why so ? Dem.—In Colonial days your ancestors hung the Quakers aud burned women for witches—and in 1812 they held out blue Unfits to the British—and in 18C3 you violated the Laws of the Southern States by your Negro Emancipation Bills, &c. _46.-.Yet wo are the true Philanthropists of humanity. I consider a negro aa good as either you or I—they should be on equality with the white. Dem.—I do not. When Ham insulted his father it displeased God, and he turned him black and sent him to Africa, and it is from thence that the negro came. Ab.—The negroes should be emancipated for one good reason. They would reduce w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

GOOD FRIDAY Bl FAKE BE._TJJLMI.T. TkU is the Holy Fail; Upon our heads, low-bowed, Let penitence be cast, And let ns sadly shroud Our souls in sorrow for His death. He died that we might live_. And meekly yielded up His breath, Bearing immortal agony, That sinners such as we Might heavenly hope receive, And with him joint heirs be Of Immortality! Toll, toll, ye solemn bells. ' Tour funeral music toll! For Bis departed soul—The soul of Him, who dwells Eternal In the Heavens—our Lord ! Toll, toll in sweet accord, Aud bid the listening nations _kne_^l in prayer, Veiling their brows iu anguish to tbe gronnd _. While slowly, sadly, on the pulseless air, The requiems resound. _Ceatnries h&ve fallen from the wings of Time Since Christ, our brother, died, Siuce lie wag crucified And made that sacriQco sublime That filled the world with awe Aud reverence more profound Than when the sacred law Thnndered from Sinai, a_*hd tbe Tolce divine Shook all the hills and valleys far aroun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

THE _HEAJMT CROSS. A STOBY WITH A MORAL. Robert Hodgkins had lived in the village, next door to Samuel Hullins, at least a dozen years, and no doubt (he two neighbors would have been oa good terms together, but unluckily for the peace of Robert Hodgkins, Samuel _llullina had a _pension on account of a wound which he received when fighting as a seaman under Admiral Nelson, at the battle of Trafalgar. Every week, when Hodgkin8 went to pay his rent, he muttered and grumbled all the way there and back, because his neighbor could afford to pay his rent so much better than himself. An envious, discontented spirit is one of the worst qualities a man can foster in his bosom; it sours his sweetest enjoyments, and plants stinging nettles in all his paths along the journey of life. For a time, Hodgkins growled and grumbled to himself, but afterwards his discontent grew loader, till, at last, it became his favorite topic to lament his own ill luck, and to rail against those whose money ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

THE CULTURE OF TOBACCO Full Directions for Raising a Crop. Tbe last _nwnber of the 3fa.isachuscttn Ploughman contains the following communication on the Cult ure of Tobacco. The directions here given differ somewhat from those we published .a few weeks ago, by a Maryland planter. The difference, however, is principally as to the time of sowing the seed beds from which to obtain the plants for setting out the regular crop. This will in all cases have to be regulated according to the climate. In Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and portions of Maryland, the seed beds ought to be sown as noon in April as the weather will admit of it, and the plants transplanted throughout the month of June, commencing on the first. The editor of the Germantovm Telegraph says : "We should prefer to follow the northern system of culture to the southern, as more carefully elaborated and better adapted to our latitude. " The reader ought to preserve this article for reference at all times...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

PUBLISHED EY1BY BAITODAY MOR»IU» O*[_ce Sbrth-Wert corner if P*i* and _tyih street, ad Joining the Farmers' Sank of Reading. TSRMS OF _SUBSCRIPTION. S1,5 0 _!£_Z,ear, payable fa advance. 1,00 re? »tx months, la advance. To _Clvss : Four copies for $3, in advance. Tea copies for 154, . '* ig-All paper* discontinued at the expiration cftht time paid fur-BATES OF _ADVBBTISIUG IN THK GAZETTE. It. St. lino. 3mo. 6mo. IT. «SanM_». S»n<w. «rl«8 ^~^ _^ _£oo 1u» <UM _>"_' _KT ' io •• fiO 1,00 1.25 3,00 5.00 8,00 i .. 20 " 1,00 2,00 2,50 5,00 8,00 15.00 " « 30 " 1,60 3,00 3,75 7,50 12.00 20,00 [_Larger Advertisements in proportion.] Kxftntors' and Administrators' Hotices, 6 Insertions $2,00 _AnXwnf _Hotter MJ _LAgftl _HoUcm. 8 •* 1.S0 Special Hoticw, a_« reading matter, 10 cU. a line for one l_^ jlarriage notices 25 cents each. D eaths will lie outeisIitMl _crataitOQi<ljr - &g- \\\ Obituary Notices, Resolutions of Beneficial and other _Private Assoc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LiTE WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. rpllIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS QKEAT I inducements, not only on account of rednced rates of board, but fiom its central location to tbe avenues of trade, as well •» the euavenieneeH afforded by the several _Paiwenger Railways running past and _contignons to it, by which" guests can pass to and from the Hotel, should they be 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. - J9- Terms, $1 US per day. _^ ' DC. 6IEGRIST, Proprietor, Formerly from Eagle Hotel, Lebanon, Fa. T. V. Rhoidb.Clerk. (march 16-tf LATCH'S BREWERY READING , PA. rpHE SUBSCRIBER _reapectfally announces to I the public that he has recently enlarged his BBBWEftYfo a considerable extent, and introduced steam-power, knd is now ready to supply all _demandB for _sursmxoR maii liquors, For home and distant consumption. His stock of Halt Liquors, warra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Old _Ikonsides.—The Tribune_^ Washington correspondent tells the following good one:— The Navy Department has just discovered itself in a serious dilemma, owing to the _sturdiness of Old Ironsides—Commodore Charles Stewart. Some time since, Congress made him a Flag-Officer, on a salary of f 4,500 a year. A recent session "promoted" him to the rank of Rear-Admiral, on an income of $2,500 a year. As the first law wa3 never repealed, the old hero fails to appreciate the advantage of paying $2,. 000 for an empty title. Secretary Welles sent him a commission, which was most courteousl y returned. A second was declined with grace—aud I learn to-day that a third has been exquisitely refused. A captain in the Navy, on Thursday last, asked the Flag-Officer how the matter would end. _»I never _mrrendared anything given me by the Government," replied the Captain of the Constitution, "and I am not going to contract a bad habit now."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

NOTICE. A FSEMIDH WILL BE PAID ON GrOtiD, OXj_33 SHjV£_!B. —AND—3E» ._A._I_* BANK NOTES AT THK EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—6. W.aOODRXCH, READING, :P». • August 10,1861-tf) JUST RECEIVED, C% '\ftA FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL. _jftliUU _«_At*t WJLBHOADB,Jr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_£ _@_> Quilp being asked his age, stood upon bis reserved rights and refused to testify. The questioner was importunate and attempted to force his disclosure by guessing. •' About fortytwo—eh?" "No," eaid Quilp, "I am reckoned courageous, but I havn't forty-two'J. '" Punch , in his lowest decadence of wit, never said a worse thing than that.— Boston Post. f_£^* Queen England translated _Zaehokke'_s " Reflections upon Death and Eternity." It will appear under the non de plume '•Frederick Rowena." The preface consists only of these lines : " This book has been translated by "f- ?•> _wkrtm in the _nverahfrlmin* _Henression

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

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