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

-8 1 PHILADELPHIA f, _ftAA ism | PAPER HANGINGS. \ 18(Jd BO WELL A BOURSE, CORNER VOTJBTH & MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA, have bow in stock, a fine variety of Wall Papers* got np expressly for their Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE, to which they _lftv<t« _ths attention of Storekeepers. ¦ S3- la their Ketall _Department, will be _fmnd the choicest styles of the season. [Fob. 14-3 moil. ia/\ AAA BARRELS OF THE LUU _, UUU LODI MANUFACTURING CO'S jp_»r>_Ttf»i«-T!'T'Tr-_>r3- 130 South Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa. _rTPHIS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF X $140000, the most extensive Works of the kind in the world, and an _experience in manufacturing of over 23 years, with a reputation long established, having also the _exclnxive control of »U the night soil of the great city of New-York, are prepared to _rarhfah as article, wbicb is, without donbt, the Cheapest akv vest best fertilizer in market. It greatly Increase* the yield, and ripens the crop from ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

SKEHirr'S SALE OF EEAL ESTATE. BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VEXD1_TI0N E.rponas, issuer! out of the Court of Common Pleas ol' jierks eonnty, and to me directed, will be sold at public T* 0ne Friday7_Vhe _lOth day of April. A. D,, _18_U3. at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public hon*e of _Faather & KeifsDyder, (Keyetoae) in tbe City of _Reading, Berks eonnty. to wit: All that certain three story UK1CK DWELLING MHGUSK and two-story back Buildings attached, aud & two-story Brick Building, (now occupied »s a Drug Bi.»re) lar_«a _Stons Stable, good tbresbiDg floor, two Rtory Brick Carriage House, (nearly new) with a room above, And lot or piece of ground, situate on the sooth-Bide of l_'_aiin street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, in tbe City of ileadinx, Berks eonnty, it being part of lot No. 14 and 13, in the said city, bounded on the North by Penn street, on the _Kast by property occupied by George M _Lfuiman. ou (lie South by Cherry ailey, on the Wect by property of late Simo...

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

Orphans 7 Court Sale. T)UIisLT ANX TO AN ORDER OF THE 011-17 WlAJfS' COURT of _BeikKconctr, will be .sold »t public vecdno, on Saturday, tbo llih _rfft . v of April, A. 0 , 1SU3, ou the _prtfuisos, in Upper Beru township, Berks county, the following Keal Estate, to wit: • Mo. 2—A trect o ' f WOODLAND, situate in said towntsbi p, _ISerks cunuty, begiuuiaj; at a atone a corner M No. 1, _Uieii«8 _iiIouk ilia entile _HortU two _decrees, ,Wcet _ei_^l.iy-.iue puicliex and two-tautlis to a _aious, _. _tlienrc _Muuif land of _Ueorge Suhoch, Mortli eightya i re*. f._Hst ten _perches to a stone, thence along No. 3 South two degree_*, East ninety eight perches and seveuteullus to a elouothence aluug land of i'hilip Kline, .North thirty _ileRree *' , West twenty-one porches to tb<a place of heiciuuiUKi contuiuillg <> acres and Sa porches, more or less. Also, _Xo 3.—A tract or piece of WOODLAND,situate in eaid towusLip r.nd county, beginning at a corner of No. 2, thenc...

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

NOTICE. rpi-IE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING HERET0-J f»re between .T.TITI.OW & CO., w:is disfiolved by mutual consent and agreementon tbe 1'Jtb day of February last. All _perannts who have become indebted to the »;iid liiui since 'he 1st of September last, are to make payment to -mith P. Ubil_, and those who are indebted to said firm before the 1st of September last, are to make paymeal ti" John Titlow. _Pewom _having 6_itdtBA _againHt the said firm, contracted since the first of last September, arc to present them for payment to .Smith P. Ubil, and those _having claims against the said firm before the lint of September last, are to present them either to Jerome Titlow, Thomas Y. Bhoads, or to John Titlow. JEROJIE TITLOW, JOHN TITLOW _TI16MAS V. RftOADS, Feb 28-6:*] SMITH P. UBIL. Desirable City Lots For Sale. rpHE _UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT PRIVATE J_ gale at moderate rates, Vive knililini; Lots on North Ninth _titreet_. Five Building Lots on the west Bide of Moss alley, East of _N...

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

The V. S. Revenue Hydrometer, FOR ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER cent, of Alcohol in int-pecfed liquors, by which the amount of duty to be paid for internal revenue, is calculated. The _instrument, with glass jar and book or tables and instructions, is _packed in a polished _Mahogany Box with lock aud key. Price $7. Book only 60 cents. 8URVRY1_KG TRANSIT LEVELS, Compasses, and _Cbajms, Swiss _Dbaftinq Ini-trbiients, made by JAMES W. QUEEN & CO., _Manufacturing Opticians, 921 Chestnut Street. Jan 31-3mo] rblladelphia, Fa. COAL, WOOD, SALT, SAMUEL_^OONE, (formerly) John Kissinger_, Jr., Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading _Tl AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS XX at reasonable prices, all kinds of Broken, _EgR and Stove Coal; Hut, Chestnut and Bit _ainlnons Coal, gait, Lime and Sand. 4V Persons in want of anything in iny tine, will find it to their advantage to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. I deliver free of extra _chaige to any part of the city. foot 8-tf T...

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

BEADING _SAVINGS BAJVJL OTCOHFOHATED MAY 11, 1855. CAPKFAL, 950,000. Banking House, East Marktt Square, _UTorth Side, Beading, Pa. T\EP0SITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS :I '9 to Ten Thousand Dollars. Honey Is received on dey5atfirom_» A- JJ-to3P. M.; and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Interest will b» allowed at the irate of _Phse pe_* _emt. per annum, on all sums remaining on deposit, lor one year or iaore. ' On sums remaining'less than a year, interest will be allowed at the rave of Four per cent, per annum. MS" All the assets of the Bank and theindividual property of the Stockholders , are liable for the payment of .Deposits. Persons who have money to deposit, are invited to call at the Banking House for further information. DIKKCTOKS. David Yodbb, Gideon Sstdbr, Michael _Gkdbkk, CoritAD Kebeh, 1>abikl B. Lokah, Conrad T. Beidi.ee. A. V. Boas. President—A.. F. BOAS. Oa»fti»»—ADAM LEIZB. Mec 27-ly INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE MRAsna of _rxararsnirAzn...

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

FRANK B. FICHTHORN, No. 42 East _Feun Street, above 6thi South side, HA S NOW 0PJ5N, AND FOR SALE, THE following desirable GROCERIES, vU; NEW CITROX, isc.W UAND1ED I_.EMON PEEL, MEW LAYEti RAISIK3, NBW BUiMCM RAISINS, MEW SEEDLESS KAISINg, EXTRA MINrEO MEAT, VALENCIA RAUINS, _FUESII PEACHB-_", CRANBERRIES, FRESH PLUMS, ¦ FKlfirfU QUINCES, QUINCE JELLT, FliESII TOMATOE?, CU11KANT JELLY, _FBEfiH PKARS, QUINCE JAM, FKESU CHERRIES, DRIED APPLES. PEACH JAM, DRIED PEACHES, PLUM JAM, _DKIED CRERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DRIED BLACKBERRIES. PKIBD ELDERBERRIES, _DltlED STONED CUERRIE3, ALMOND CRACKERS, 1_UUGD CORN, GINGER NUTS, UOMINV, &c, &c. WISE 11ISCUIT3, SODA _BISCUITS, SWEET CIDER, FARINA C It ACKERS, and PURE CIDER VINEGAR, FAMILY CRACKERS, COAL Off,. • EXTRA FAMILY SOAP, _<W3K PURE _PEPPBH, NO. 1 SALMON, PORE SPICES, NEW MESS MACKEREL, PURE OLIVE OIL, NO. 1 MACKEKEL, NO. 2 MACKEREL, SCOTCH HERRINO, KICH MILD CHEESE, Hi MIDDLBTON'S & GO'S.; KOLLOCIC &am...

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

ftftiti-ftitftri* "Not thr Lord but _bimooYNE!"—The Rev. James Gallagher used to tell the following anecdote irith great zest ; Daring the Revolutionary war reports were " circulated, as they are now, either wholly false or greatly _exaggerated. In passing from ono to another something was sure to be added, until the story would hardly be known to the author of it. The people in certain sections of New York were in great consternation from a report that General Burgoyne was marching down from the lakes iritlt an immeii$6 Army, bringing utter desolation to the inhabitants. An old lady heard the report and understood it that Eurgoyne was to open the lakes and let the water out. and drown the whole region. Full of the terrible vision, she ran to a neighbor's to tell her the latest news abont the war. * " Do you know that we are going to be drowned ? Burgoyne is going to let the water out of the lakes and make a great flood, and we shall all be drowned! Oh, what shall we do ?" H...

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

Philadelphia and Beading Ball Boad WINTER ARRANGEMENT FSTMnHOHSSSSCOF _PASSENOEK TRAINS 1" aumWP -WF-wim_^ _ugn« _JNovkmbku 17, _lses. (Passing Keadiuir) DOWN. TO PHILADELPHIA, at 0.30 and 11.10 A. M., 12 noon, and 4.20 P. H. DP, TO POTTSVILLE_, at 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. M. WEST, TO LEBANON AND _HAKR1_SBURG: Western Express from New-York, at 12.07 midnight. Mdll 'ffains, at 11.10 A. M., and _S_.Vv P. M. Ou Sundays, the Down A. M. Train passes Beading, mi 9.20 A. SI, and Op Train, at 5.57 P. M. Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 V. SI. np Trains connect at Port Clinton for Tamaqua,WiUiamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niagara and Canada. The 11.1U A. M. Train only connects at Port Clinton for Wllkesbarre, _Seranton and Pltteton. The Western Express _Traiua connect at Hanrlaborg with Express Trains on the Pennsylvania Katlroad for Pittsburgh, and all points West; and the Mail Trains connect at Uarrisburg for Lancaster, _Chambersburg_.Sunbury, Williamsport, Lock Haven, Elmira and the Canadas. Th...

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

; AMOB SSIDXIL'8 _CBSAP «^»^ ' " " " ' _WBtdiiBSALE AND ' RETAIL _fHfc SADDLE AMD HARNESS C_^_B. __ MANUFACTORY, _W&lnESMMa Sbvknth and Eighth, mWr_^_TO_?W3l _8°_nth Side, nearly opposite F»»lg'i _\_s,I W W* ¦ BarksOonntyHoose. The only -sSfjsf _e_^^ n place East of the Bail Boad, wj£ &5§£~*»~ BEADING , PA. TRUSSES. "DUPTURE CAN BE CURED BY A TRUSS _DW_* ATTlwASST _mWS SfJF _p KOPBBtY FITTED AKD £0 I Ja _i i* TO * Jh _PhM •**» abundantly de-Smtrtiiih ISfSgg"*1 _*1 " 1»bU ""=« ty tbo u«of &i _Kuv_^_lLM> VWbK "°* ered wllh 9a?d Bubber, Is S_£« _S _wator P'00 J. »* 1 »e used in baAlng, and 1b il-W_^i" wn _« _indestrnctibla by ordinary n»ag* _JetariS IfC _^ after ' falrtrial of l *yd»y.««»» i?,^?^'"8 " _companson with any tram _knowu. ?oy. lWy ' 9 *4 * _OiAY 8T - Kaw-rorlc. _OOAZi OIL J OOAL OIL! 1 GOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS » quart, at ' _MaS_' _ittth *BdP 'ntt S<iaMe 'MX ' _™ _» B _Sr eDf' OIL CLOTHS I OHk CLOTHS!! r"FHE _LARGTfcST A...

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

THE _WEJJ. KNOWN SPANISH JACK STUD MARMADUKE! _(tAi-Ktr owxbd _ir pete* ani.Dix, beo'b.) WILL STAND DURING THE COMING •earns for the service of Hares at tlie following places: From the 1st to the loth day of April at the _ttlulile of the subscriber, residing in Oley township, two mileB east of _Friedenebarg; the 17th and ISth at the stable of O.K Been tel_.iwidowBarnbard'e old stand) in ftutcombznanor townsHip; the 21st, 22d and 23rd, at the stable of Bi A. Leinbach, in Bern township, and on the 20th, 87th, 28th, 29_lb and 30th Of April a! _Ifee private stable of John M. Swoyer, in or near the borough line of Hamburg, and the 3rd and 4th of Mav, at the stable of Daniel Stiizer, (Half-way House) in Maidenereek township; 6th, 7th and Sth of May, at the stable of the _subscriber asain, and so on in _rotation daring the season till the lot day of August, at the following rates and conditions: One dollar is to be paid before any Hare is served, and 99 00 whenever It is ascertained th&a...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, A3 bast rsarar struct, READING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED S5OCK o' School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRATES BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MVSICand MUSICBOOKS, Q0LD PENS, FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LBTTEB, CAP ana PISNTINO PAPER and PAPER SAGS. BIANS BOOBS —AND—MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; 'Churches and Sabbatb Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union pabH«atiAna, at catalogue prices. <O- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. *_S~ Teachers supplied with Music at the usual discount. N. B.—Books and Music seut by mall postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. Jan 18-tf

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

_HARDWARE & IRON STORE, _WBp&XUEA&S _AWT» &STAI&. THE tftJBSCRrBERS, HAVING BOUGHT the old EstablieHd Hardware and Iron Store of the late Fricker, Stevenson. & Co., and having added a large new Stock of goods_; would mpeetfally c*U tbe attention of the public to tnetnlargo _assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS , Ac, Ac, Which they are determined to sell at the very lowest Market Prices, wholesale (tod retail. GEORGE LSSCH & CO., Corner of Fifth and Market Square, next door to Borbon_'_s Mansion House. (Kelm's Old Stand). QEORQE _LEBCH] janlS [J. T. JACKSON. m*. JE2 jm_^ - armmim ora-Cane-Seat Chair Manufactory* No. IS North _Pi«.U Street. S doors above the Post Office. /f*^ THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD _%ffn _it!2) c '_^."T inf'"mhis frieaig and the IK 111 public, that be now has tbe largest assort-II j III I went of _f_^^ CAW Bi_.SBAS C_33A1RS IHraral_^ i ever offered in _Re...

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

WAX. B. BftASBVUT'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT, No. 4_»7 _BROOJUK STREET, NEW_^ORK. rpHE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INI vites the attention of his friends and tbe public generally to bU Piano-Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Brooms Street, corner of Crosby _«tre6t. Having withdrawn his Interestetock and materials from the late firm of '¦ Liglite & _Iiradburys," which firm was _^^_M_^_MKdlgsolved on the 31st January, nit., and hav-¦MHiuK purchased the entire stock of PIANO-!T #¦ •:! I1KORTES and Piano-Forte Material, owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in the said firm, he it) DOW piepared to snpply tbe increased demand for his oelebrated PIANo-FOkTES Employing the tnout sf illfal and experienced workmen, with a large stock of the best and moot thoroughly seasoned material i and an abundance of capital, be has taken in hand tbe personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled to turn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled tone and ilurabl...

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

WftT" A joke is told by the boys of (he 117th, in regard to the " mustering in" of a _dattfiy attached to the Regiment who was fearful he would be deprived of his pay unless he was joined to the service. A hugb mustard plaster was applied to his .back about a foot below where the coat buttons are placed, and under the belief that all soldiers were served in the same manner, he wore it until the pain became unendurable, at irhich _tima he was declared " mustered in" according to the law in such cases made and provided. If that darkey don't gel his wages it will not be because he has not suffered for his country. _£_9» Bishop Ho&KKhad his dignity somewhat taken down when he took possession of the Episcopal palace at Norwich, in 1792. He turned upon the steps and exclaimed:— 11 Bless us! bless us! what a multitude of people!" "Oh I my lord," said a bystander, "this is nothing to the crowd last Friday to see a man hanged!"

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

TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIclne has universally received tbe most favorable recommendations of the _JMbdicjl _Pbofessiox and _thePtTBUC, as the most Efpicieht and Aorbbablr _SALINB APERIENT. It maybe nsed with tbe best effect in Billons and Febrile Diseases, _Costivenest, Sick Headache, Nausea, Loss of Appetite, IndigestionAtiiity of the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Goat, Kheamatie Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING A ' PERIENT OR PUKGATIVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Residents of Hot ClimatesPersons of Sedentary Habits, 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 pnt np in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerons testimonials from professi...

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

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND ' OOIiIiAR _HOUSZI. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. looo do. |G«_y. Bad _fi_^ _MANKM mnn «„ J ASSORTED _FAITCT TRAVELLING 1000 do. J SH1BTS. innrt n S WHITE _MDSLIN SHIRTS from 1000 do. _| _«»,as Upwards. 1000 do. DENIM OVEBALLS. 10,009 Fairs COTTONADE PANTALOONS. 5 Mabufactpbees of the MINER'S WELSH ) J FLANNEL SHIBTS. \ And a;L_«rge Assortment of LINBN And MAB_8BILLK3 BOSOMS and COLLARS, And GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. For Sale by BENNETT, RUCH & CO., _Manuracturcra, 'AX1 Chnrch A11«t-. Jan 17-3mo] . PHIIiADgLFHIA. PA,

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

TO THE LADIES CLASS AND anEENSWARE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE ANP elegant assortment of the following kinds of FA1VCY CHINA ARTICLES: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all «_izes, Card Baskets, Card lieceivereJewel Boxes, Cologne'Bottles. Motto CoffeeH, Watch Holders, Inkstand * , Ci_^ar Stands, and a variety of other _fnuoy goods _saitable for (be What-Not. _Al<^> Sobemian and French Cllassware, Such as Wine Bottles, Decanters,Goblets and Wine Glasses, Liquor Setts, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles, Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c. 4c. and Common Glassware of every description; together with an extensive stock of QUEIj1YSW.AB.II, Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea aud Toilet setts, Tea aud Coffee Cups, Dinner, Breakfast and Butter Plates, Dishes of all kinds . Pitchers, MugsBowls, &c. &c, with a full line of common ware, all of which we offer at unusually low prices...

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

A Good Joke.—A few days since an extra train, loaded with jackasses, were transported over the Loaisvifte and New Albany railroad. The telegraph operator at Salem, a boy, getting wind of it, sent a rumor that Governor Morton, of Indiana, and Governor Yates_, of Illinois, accompanied by a large _delegation of Republicans, with bands of music, etc., would pass through at a certain hour. Immense crowds of enthusiastic Republicans repaired to the depot, bats in hand ready for the expected cheer. When the (rain th.«_ndered in an aged nnd venerable owner of a pair of fabulous ears si nek his head out Ot ;i stock car and gave vent to a long agonizing hee-haw that fairly shook the hilly around. Consternation seized the crowd, and in two minutes not a Republican was to be seen within a square of the depot. Complaint has been made to the superintendent against the operator, and he is in momentary expectation to quit.

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

IMPORTANT,T0 YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS! STOVES AND TIN-WARE. WILLIAM BR1DEGAM, No. 86 WEST PENN Street, next door below the Plough and Harrow Hotel, respectfully calls the attention of persons going to ,*, housekeeping, to _hix large and superior as- _Ji €~i _"_K,,/? S T_9VES _^ AND TIN-WARE, ^§| An which will be sold :vt the erery lowest mun! _Jrf v-_^uprieeg. He has bonftht out the stuck." urC'r& Henry¦ lSuth_, and obUlued tbe exclusive agency for the sale of the " C0_NTI1_TENTAL " COOK-STOVE, formerly sold by Mr. Ruth, and the very best Slove in the market, either for large or small families. "He is also agent for ¦ THE "GOVERNOR PENW, " Another excellent Cook Stove; together with a variety of other Stoves, either for kitchen, parlor, hall, chamber and dining-room use, from which purchasers cannot fail to be salted. His stock of TIN-WARE, is largewell made, and comprises every article needed for household purposes. ISP- YOUJSG HOUSEKEEPERS ar« _particolariy requested to _tfivo...

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