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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND 0 EXCHANGE BUILDING, Forth Side of Walnut St., Between Doelc d*d ThWd StS., PHIIiADELPUIA. INCORPORATED IN 1794. _CHARTER PERPETUAL, _CAFXTAXi. _&2OO.OOO. Properties ol tbe Company, Feb. 1, 1861, $507,094 61. Marine, Fire and Inland Trans] ortation Insurance. DIRECTORS. HEHRT V. _SHERREKI>, _WILtlABi S. WHITJ?_, SIMEON TOBY, GEORGE H. STUAKT, CHARLES MACALESTER, SAMUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM S. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGNER, JOHN B. BUDD, THOMAS B. WATTSON, HENRY G. FKEEMAN, CHARLES S. LEWIS. _GEOKGE C. CARSON, HENRY D. _BHERRERD, PfeoUent. WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. 49* Applications for Insurance may be made to WILLIAM KEELY, at Howard & Co'b. Express Office. Mar 11. 1861-1 v

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

TO THE LADIES ( _< \ . ' < • i , _, i GLASS AND O.DEENSWABE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of tbe following kinds or FANGS' CHINA ARTICLES: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizesCard Baskets, Card _Keceivers, Jewel Boxes. Coloifne Bottles, Motto Coffees, Watch Holder*, Inkstands, Cigar Stan _' ds. and a variety 01' other fancy goods suitable for the Whac-Not. Also Bohemian and French Glassware, Such as Wine Bottle*, _Decanterx_, Gobletsand WiDe Glasses, Liquor SettsCigar Stands, Card liaaketsCologne Bottles, _Catse and Frnit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars_, Candlestick)*, Tumblers, &c. &c.,and Common Glassware of every description; together with an extensive stock of QUEXSIB'SUrAB.B, _Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet setts, Tea aud Coffee Cups, Dinner, Breakfast aDd Butter Plates, Dishes of all kinds. Pitchers, _Maj;s, Bowls, &c. &c, with a full line of common ware , all of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

' IMPORTANT TO YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS! STOVES AND TIN-WARE ' 1 . 'c e *¦ WILLIAM BRIDEGAM, No. 80 WEST PENN Street, next door below the Plough and Barrow Hotel, respectfully calls the _attention of _persons going to jl _^ housekeeping, to hi* lar*« and superior as- j_^ _iH _'" hT_"1 ,,."_! ST9VES_. AND TIN-WARE, _gSb ¦_QHjl which will be Hold hi the every loweac cash jar _^-_^Oprices. He has bought out the stock of_^^5 Henry Kuth, and obtained the exclusive agency for the sale of tbe " CONTINENTAL " C00K-ST0VE, formerly sold by Mr. Ruth, and the very best Stove in the market, either for large or small families. He is also agent for THE "GOVERNOR PENN, " 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 suited. His stock of TIN-WAKE, is large, well made, and comprises every article needed for household purposes. _4_»- YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS are particularly reques...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

READING SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED MAY 11, 1855. CAPITAL, $.)U,UUO. Banking Hous; East Mar Id Square, North Side, Reading*, Fa. DEPOSITS RECEIVED PROM TEN CENTS to Ten Thousand Dollars. Money is received on deposit from » A. M. to 3 P. M. ; and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. SI. to a t\ M. Interest wilt be allowed at the rau of Five per cent, per annum, on all _suihk remaining on :'':posit, for one year or 0a satn$ _remaining less than a y_^r, interest will be allowed at the rate of Four par cent, per annum. _t_$~ All the assets of the Hank aud the _intlividital property of Ike stockholders, are liable for the payment of Deposits. Persons who have money to deposit, are invited to call at the Banking Honse for further information. directors. David Toper, Gideon Snydbr , Michael Gkubkb, Conbad Kebbb, Daniel B. Lorah_, Conrad Y. Beidlbk. A. F. Boas. President—A. F. BOAS. Cashija—ADAM LEIZB. fdec 27-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

i ' . ' . _t < «^3- _WLJ J_^X. m . PERUVI AN—No. 1 Government._received diroct from th Peruvian Government, at lowest mat ket rates. ICH ABOK—A Tory Kuperior article, received direct from tbe (aland, $45 per 2000 lbs. PACIFIC OCEAN—A small cargo of "old fashioned" genuine, packed in bags, very dry, and strong. - *60 par 2000 lbs. PLASTEH—Gronnd Plaster, a Bnperlor article, packed in Rood barrels. BONES — _liutton Makers' Bone Dust and Ground Bones Warranted Pure. I3P A liberal deduction made to Dealers on the above articles. ALLEN & NEEDLES, 4.J South Wharves and 41 South Water Street, (PIB8T Store above Chestnut.) PHILADELPHIA. We sell no articles but such as, we can safely recommend. [March 14-3mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

. I ' I I JE ' ALLEN & NEEDLES' SUPEB-PHQSPHATE OF LIHIE. THE STANDARD MANURE, Unequalled b) any other in tbe mnrket_; always t THE SAME IN QUALITY, And invariably to be relied on as a MANURE of standard excellence. Price $47 ; per 2000 lbs. Our Super Phosphate of 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 — 11 April 1863

Desirable City Lots For Sale. _1_M_1K UKDERSIGSLD OFFERS ATl'lUVATK J-"dlH _ii( tm-doratfi rates. Fiv« -!nildin_« Lots on Xnrth _Xinth street. Five Building ],ots ou the west side of Moss alley, East of _Siatb _str_^_ot. Three U _nilJinB Lots on the west side of North Tenth strc*t, and Fourteen Building Lots on the east side of Moss fc._1 _ict". Tho conditions will be made easy to purchasers, tho proprietor being willibg to leave two-thirds _«f the purchase mooey stand on the premises, if secured by Bond and .Mortgage, an,1 allow payment to be made _fn installment!; of 10, 2u and 00 Dollars, until the _wliolo debt is pnid, provided that one-tbird of tho purchase money is paid on delivery of the Deed. This is a rare chance for Laborers and Mechanics to secure homes, as the lots are in the neighborhood of the Steam Forge and Industrial Works: and as it is understood that all the Depots of the Junction Kail roads will be put up h«_lf lh_* _property. _[ '_^s ' Plans of the Lots may be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

• C( 3_, „ _^ _^ c nowly knitted _utocKlDgs, 78 pair small _nawiy _kdiubh stockings, 2IJ0 pair large footed stockings, 77 pair Bmall footed _Htorkings. 2 lunatic (towns, !i0 women's Racks, 11 womMiVcaps 31 tmunets, 150 _pair_>hoes, _fl:i hats and c_^p_>, •2S ya .r buckskiu mils !)!> pair new _fclioen made in the House during tne year. Produce of Farm. lOo loads let crop hay 13 loads 2d crop hay, 1_«O7 bushels wheat ' M'i bu»hfl« rye, 1092 bush''ls o»_ts, 2201 bushels corn -'200 bn«_helf potatoes, 160 bnshnls tiunlps. 5921 cuenmbers, 317 bushels green beans, \a bus-hols soup beans, 3U bushel" peas. 05 bushels lar«a ouions, :_*3 bush-Is _seed _onions _H6 _bushels tomatoes6!) bnshels red beets54 bushels j-arsuipis 44H peppers, 3175 heads cabbage, 675 stalks calory, lilu loads niininrn-Cattle Slaughtered. Beef 4S:!"/4 pounds; Porfc, 16 634 pounds; Veal, 1233 pounds; Weight of beef hides, 5826 _puunds; Weight of calf hides, 102_^ pounds. AAKOV GETZ, J KSUBEN F. DRU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

PRINCE & CO'S., World Kenownetf Melodeons and Harmoniums, _^_^^^ _TYITH THE LATEST _PATENTKP _ffiCaS3pBBioiproven)eutH, introducing the Basm ttnuto nTjMrnTl with the elleet of Pedal basis on the cheapest If » X U «Instruments—from $45 to $330. EARNEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED ME— _SC _^k. _IKTO j_^ 9 7 and 1\i _Oetavea, full Iron frame, _overstrung, small and large sizes, plain and very richly finished, from $175 to $100. according to style. Also, Pianos by other makers. . \^_f Every Instrument Warranted. For sale at _thu lowost wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction for Cai>h, or on small and convenient monthly instalments. JAMBS BELlak, sole A_^_nt, 279 and 2S1 South Fifth Street, above Spruce, Dec 6-Cmo] Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

CASPER HEFT _TTMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES, LIX WOKS and SEGAKS, No. 161 North Third Street. Philadelphia, would respectfully call the attention or hotul keepers and others, to his well selected stock of Winw, Liquorsand Imported Segars, in store and under Custom House lock. COGNAC BRANDIES. —Of varions brands, _consisting of Pale and Dark Martel & Co., Pinet, _Hennesay, Haglory, Otard, Dupuy &Co.,andOtard'_ssuperiorLondonDock,aud variouK brands of Cognac and other Brandies WINES, &c—Fine old Madeira, Sherry, Tenerlffe_, aad Lisbon Wines—super old Port Wine, Clarets of different kinds, on draught or in glass. CHAMPAGNE.—Heidsick, P. A. Mumm & Co., and Geisler_'s genuine Anchor Brands, in pints and quarts. Together with a general assortment of Scotch and IrUU Malt WhiskeysHolland Gin, Jamaica 8plrilB,l'eath Bumdy, old Bonrbon, Monongahela Whiskey, Wild Cherry, Blackberry _Kaspberry and Lavender Brandies. MO- Snperior Wine and Stomach Bitters. Mnn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZER ABU MEAT AMD BOUTS COMPOST! rpHE ATfESTION OF FARMERS AND X others, is respectfully invited to the above _MAKlHiES, which have been amply tested in varions sections o! l«e country, and which as a means of affording stimulant, mil nourishment to the Growing Crops, are now generally conceded to be among tbe best and cheapest in the market. We have been obliged, rather than deteriorate the articles, to advance the pricesiu consequence of the increased cost of materials and labor, to the fallowing rates-PHOSPHATIC FEKTILIZEB_, - _^5 00 per ton. MEAT AMD BONE COMPOsT, - - $27 Oi) do TASKEK & CLAKK, South-West Corner of 8th »nd Washington _Sts., Piiila. MS- For sale by JOHM _McKNIGIlT, Keading, Pa. March 7. l_£fiS-:_<mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

WE WOULD RESPECTFULLVCALL _Vdlij attention to our Large Stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING now on hand READY MADE, embracing every vaH.iU . ,-Style and Material suitable for the seat-ou. • ' We have also on band a full _axsortment of 81_"!!IXi; GOODS adapted to MkN'S and BOYS' WEAK, and woum iuvite your early attenti..n thereto. " These _Goyds Have been purcba»ed for CASH and will l,. sold at a Ktna.ll advance for OiSH. Particular _attnution paid to all orders, to as to _iaaat_« satisfaction to the purchaser. E. MATLACK _Ar March 14-3mo] 904 Market Street. Pliila-n-i-.M,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

•ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER Packed in good, strong bng3_, 150 lbs. each $30 per 2000 lbs. We believe it to be the best and cheapest Manure in use

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

MATLACK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Wo. 904 Market Street, "Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

THE CAMERON BRIBERY CASE Report of the Legislative Committee, ap pointed to inquire into the truth ot certain charges of attempted Bribery toy Gen. Simon Cameronto secure hts election to the TJntted State* ScnftUt To the Rouse of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: The Committee appointed under the resolution of the 20th of January last, to inquire whether unlawful means were employed to secure the election of United States Senator, with authority to send for persons and papers, beg leave to offer the following report: Your Committee met, for the first time on the 21st day of January, and appointed L. Jackson _Crans, Esq., as clerk. Since that time they have held forty-three sessions, and have examined thirty witneasea, and some of them at great length. A considerable portion of the testimony thus obtained has no direct bearing upon the main question which was before the Committee; but they have thought it best herewith to submit the whole of it, that it may s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL gp-ESTABLISHED AS A BBFCQB FROM QDACKEEY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can he _Ohtaised. S|_U. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE Fmost Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Bemedy in World Tor all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or Limbo, Strictures, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Itnpotency, General Debility. Nervousness, Dyspepsia. LanguorLow Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart1 imidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat Norn or SkfnAffections of the Liver, Lungs, btomaeh or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ot _Syrene to tbe Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c, impossible. asrar Especially, -who _hava become the victims of Solitary Tic*, that dreadful and destructive habit which _a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

NEWTON 13. STRONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, _OFF ICE IN COURT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, Steading, Pa. [March 14, lS63-3mo JOHN B.AI.BTOXV, ATTORNEY AM' LAW, /_OFFICE WITH A. B. WANNER, NORTH I I Sixth Street, (above the Court House,) Beading, Pa. February 21.1863-ly REMOVAL_^ ~~ -fTTTLLIAM H. LIYINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT W LAWbMi«m6««dhUoffiu to the north _»M« of Court street first door below Sixth. taec2a-rt Charles Davis, A TTORNET AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS J\ Office to the Offlee lately occupied by the Hon. David rebrdoil, dvMMvd, |n Sixth _stteet, opposite the Court House. - i**1 "" Daniel Ermentrout_, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH ^\_ Sixth street, corner of Court alley. _[aig 13-ly David Neff, WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DRY 0OODS, Ko. 25 Bast eon street, Beading, Pa. [March 10. 1860. LIVINCOOD'S United States Bounty, Back Fay and Pension Office, COURT STBSST, NEAK SIXTH. _TTAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECTt_|. _i»8 _elaims wintt the Government, I feel confident ttatill ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

Tue _Restoration op the Union.—The fol lowing are the stirring, eloquent words of the Louisville Journal, one of the ablest papers in the country, and as nobly patriotic as any on* printed in the loyal States:— * * * _« Xhe fire-caters in the South may talk as they will about consorting with hyenas sooner than Yankees. The Northern _extremists may declaim as they will against a restoration of the Union as it was—whom God has united man cannot put asunder! All the cries of discord, all the wails of terror, all the aighs ot despondency, all the venom o£ malignity, which load the air of this fleeting day, are but the heralds of that sublime unity to which we shall be forced by the Providence of God, and from which, through the fires of war, shall spring the restoration of the American Union. Let patriots everywhere iratch and pray. The darkness of our night nears the dawn, and Hope sits smiling behind its folds. Upon the nation, upon an early and overwhelming triumph of our arm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

_t*** . ***«"_+_%_& jg _JS 23 S3 _* « 20 " 1,00 2,00 2,50 8,00 8,00 15,00 _g •• 30 « 1,00 3, 00 3,75 7,50 12.00 20,00 [Larger A4vwtfa_«m_«nU la proportion.] Executors' and Administrators' Sotices, 6 insertions $2,00 Aoditors'Nonces «nd legal HoHees. 3 « . 1,60 Special Soticee, as reading matter, 10 cts. a line for one D[^°Mariiage notices 23 cents each. Deaths trill be published jrmtoitoaaly-* *g- a]) Obitaary Notices, Resolutions of Beneficial and otlierrr tTBWAwwi«tion«,-wUlb«cliMgaa for, as »dwti-emeuto, at the above rrte_». ' -.. , 49- Advertisement* for BelitfoM. Charitable and Bducattoaa! objects, one half the above rates. _Jby - All ad ve. tiring will be considered payable in cash, on the first insertion. _. .. Yearly advertiser* shall have the privilege {.f desired) of renewing _tnetf _aarertisements every three weeks—but tut olhaur. Any additional renewal*, or advertising ex_« coaling the amount contracted for.-will be charged extra at one half the rates above spe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. rpJUS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS QKEAT 1 inducements, not only on account of reduced rates of byajd but fi om Us central location to tbe avenues or trade, as well »» il"> «oa_«4_>iUaae8 afforded by the _gavsral Passenger Ball trays running past and contiguous to it, by which guests can pass to and from the Hotelshould they be preferred to the regular Omnibus connected with the House. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort aud convenience of my guests. ja- Term*. $1 25 per day. DC. BIEGRIST, Proprietor, _FoHnetljr from Eagle Hotel, Lebanon, Pa, T V. _Rhoadh. Clerk. [maroh 10-tf LAUEHS BREWERY HEADING, PA. rpHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to _|_tuepublicttmt be _bas recently enlarged big BKKWE' &X to a considerable extent, and introduced steam-power, and is sow ready to supply all demands for summon malt liquors, For home ana distant consumption. Hie stock of Malt _U...

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