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

LIQUOR STORE. I HAVE OPENED A LIQUOR AND WINK STORE, in the room formerly occupied by JOHN GREEN, IN THE "SCHMUCKER HOUSE." My friends are all invited to call and examine for themselves. All LIQUORS and WINES sold be me, shall be as represented. «.¦»,,«,_« April 4,1863-tf] JEREMIAH ». BITTING. $1OO. A LL DISCHARGED SOLDIERS WHO HAVE J\ _ been wosnded tn battle, axe now entitled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY, the same as if they had served for two years. Apply immediately in person or by letter, at the A&anr axis ct aw INFORMATION and COLLECTION OFFICE of tbe subscriber, and your claims will be promptly collected, E. H. SHEASEK_, Attorney at Law And Bounty and Pension Agent, Coart Street, Reading. March 7,18o3-tf

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

F. C. LIGHTE & Co. (LATE LIOHTE Jr BRADBURYS) PIANOFORTE MANUFACTURERS, 421 Broome Street* New York, 1$ Block East of Broadway. MR. P. C. LIGHTE, THE ORIGINAL founder of this well-known Establishment. Senior _fartner, and only Practical Piano-Forte Maker of the late firm of "Lights & Bradburys," having retained his Two-Thirds interest iu the whole business, stock, materials, &c, and Sole Proprietorship in his Valuable Patents, inclusive of his celebrated PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAMES, is the only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANOFORTES for which this house has been so popular. 49*All infringements on his rights will be prosecuted according to law. 49" All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are warrantad perfect in every respect for five years. Liberal terms to Dealers. V. C. LIGHTS A CO.. April ll-3m] 421 Broome Street, New-York.

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

BATCHBLOR'S HAIR DYE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. William A. Batchblok'_s celebrated Hair Dye produces & color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to injure the Hair in the least; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes, and Invigorates the Hair for life. GREY, RED, or SU3TT HAIR instantly torus s splendid Black or Brown, leaving tue Hair soft and beaatifal. Sold by all Draggists, &c. f3_T The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, on the/our sides of each box. : Factory, Ho. 81 Barclay Street, Hew-Tork, (Late.233 Broadway and 16 Bond street) may 31-ly

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

. — The Reuel Cojimandkhs at Charleston.—A correspondent of the If. Y. _Jfcraldsnja that, in the late iight near Charleston, Colonel _Rhettwas in command of Port _Sutnfer, Colonel Butler of Fort Moultrie , Opt. Sitgravcs of Fort. Iieauregard, Lieut. Col. Simkins of Battery Bee, iftajor liuger of Battery Wagner, and Lieut. Lese3ne, with a detachment from Fort Sumter, of the battery on Cuinraings' .Point.

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

MARRIED. On the 16th Inst., by the Rev. A. S. Leintmcli. at tbe house of the bride, Mr. _Gkoiujb Miller, of Pinegrove, Schuylkill county, to Miss Cathaktnb A., eldest daughter of Aaron Mull, Esq., of Sinking _Spring. * [The Printer was kindly remembered by the " bappy couple" above named, in the gift of a bottle of delicious Catawba Wine, with which a jolly bumper waa drank to tbeir health, long life and uninterrupted wodded felicity 1

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

GEORGE CHMSMAN Nos. 3 _AMTB 5 _PBWW SQUARE, READING, PA., TTAS OPENED HIS SPRING STOCK OP LX new and beautiful designs of WALL PAPERS, window shades&e., of the moist favbionable manufactureand will sell the same at the very lowest prices. 49* Next door to the Farmers' Bank, 3 and 6 Penn Square, _Reading Pa. [Apiilll-tf

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

TUE DKl'AUTUUK OF THE 1RON-OLAPS i'ROA_, CHARLESTON 1JAK. The llichmouil A-annel has the following :— Charleston, April 1-, _ISijS. The entire iron-clad ll_^_ol departed lit _lOlty minutes past _thrt e anil four o'clock for tho South. The impress-ion prevails here, however, that they will soon return to renew the attack.

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

MONEY TO LOAN. APPLY TO Jacob c. _sohoener, „ „ Commercial Broker Office—Conrt street. [.march 96

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

National Convention of the States. The following is the report of the minority of the Committee on Federal Relations of the Senate of Pennsylvania, made by Messrs. Clysiek and _IiAiibbbton_, on the 6th inst., recommending the •ailing of a Convention of the States, with a view to a settlement of our National difficulties ; MIHOBITY KKPoaTThe undersigned, a minority of the Committee on Federal Relations of the Pennsylvania Senate, to whiah sundry petitions of citizens of this Commonwealth were referred, praying tfaa.1 steps may he taken to secure a convention of the United States, dissenting from the report of the majority of said committee, make the following report: The petitions referred to the committee are numeroaaly signed,* and relate to a subject of high importance. In the opinion of the undersigned, they are entitled to fair treatment and respectful consideration; and there is no ground for imputing improper motives to any of those who have proposed or signed them. They p...

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

CONSTITUTION WATER, IBS aRBAT _SEMEDy TOR THE _COKTSTITXTTIOU AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR • •• DIABBTE AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND _BLADDEll. TlteseDangero-asand _Tronblfsome Diseases which hat, thus far Resisted the best _direged Treatment, eanU Completely _Controlle&byfheREllBDYnoiobffortut! ' _TB& emtATITB properties of the medicine direct themselves to the organ? a< secretion, and by so altering the condition of the stomach and liver that the starchy., principle or tbe food is not cot, verted into sugar •<> long «•• the system is _undst the lB. flaeaceo;tho ^^^^ _j,_^ W4T SR Which _glTO those organs time to recovsrthelr healthy toa, and vigor. We*re_»We to_«t«to that theConrtitatfoi W,! tec has cared every; case of- _Dlahjttes in which It bas be«_a given.- * • . • • -. . STONE I S TBS BLADDER, CALCULU S, QRAVEi. SSICKD1TST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OS ' MILKY _DISCBAROES AFTER TTomrATTira Disease occurring from one and.tBe same _canr...

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

ALLEN & KEEDLES' FERTILIZER Packed in.. :good strong bags, 150 lbs. eaen 1_$6 per 2000 lbs. We believe it to be the but and cheapest Manure in me ' ' ._ms&iKj. .-cm. TB «o» - PERUVIAN—Ho.lGoVeVn' ment, received direct from the Peruvian Government, at lowest market rates. 1CHABOE—A very Huperior article, received direct from the Wand. **S per 2000 lbs. PACIFIC OCEAN—A email cargo of "old fashioned" gennine, packed iu bags, very dry, and strong. *60 per aOOO lbs. PLASTER—Ground _fiBetei_^a superior arlUU, p&eked in good barrels. „ BONES —Button Makers' Bone Dust and Ground Bones Warranted Pure. Ep" A liberal deduction made to Dealers on the above "*' _AIiIiEXT & NEEDLES, 42 South Wharves and 41 South Water Street, (Fikst Stork above _Chestkdt,) _PalLAltELPIllA. We sell no articles but such as we can safely recommend. . [March 14-3mo MATLACK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, _STo. dO4 Market Street, _Philadelphia. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ...

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

18G } PHILADELPHIA f-. i»_oj _|p AFER HANGINGS. \ 18G3 _fiOWBU «fc BOURSE, CORNER _FOURTH & MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA , have now in stock, a fine variety of Wall Papers, got up expressly for tbeir Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERT GRADE, to which they invite the attention of Storekeepers. _tST In their Retail Department, will bo found the choicest styles of the season. rpAb. _\ao „„ HARDWARE & IRON STORE, WHOLESALE AND RSTAX&. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS , HAVING BOUGHT _L the old Established Hardware and Iron 8tor0 of the late Fricker, Stevenson & Co., and having added a larce new Stock of goods; would respectfully call the attention of the public to their large assortment of HARD WARE, CUTLER Y, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY, COACH TSIMMINGS, 4ft, 4ft, Which they are aejermlned to sell at the very lowest Market Prices, wholesale and retail. ' _ - - ,. GEORGE LERCH & CO., Corner of Fifth and Market Square, next door to Borbon's Man...

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

A RARE OPPORTUNITY To Secure an Established Business HAVING OTHER ENGAGEMENTS IN view, I offer for sale at a GREAT BARGAIN, my stock of MnnLlverpool _ftueensware , _"lj _mfi gt&kJ ware, French China) &Ci_* Mil iLfiP Now in no _ge at No. fiu East Penn Street, be- KWi «¦ tween Six#i and Seventh, (one of the best _HH stands in the city f. Being the only store of the kind in Reading, and the stock having been laid in before the great rise in prices, this is a good chance for a person with a small capital; as I will sell for much less than the same goods can be purchased for at wholesale in Neve-York March. 14-tf] W. S. HALL. HOUSE, SIGN, AND DECORATIVE _FAINTIUC. GEORGE SEILING, QOUTH SIXTH STREET, DIRECTLY OPPOO SITE tbe Schmucker House, is prepared to execute orders for House and Sign Painting in all their branchestogether with Painting and Graining in perfect imitation oi all kinds of Wood aud Marble, in a style that cannot be surpassed, and at the lowest prices. ...

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

ORBATI.ITIIB.ARir AGENCY, No. 63 WEST pijNN STREET, _READING, PA. ESTABLISHED BY ENERGY _^ AND PERSEVERANCE. Subscription!) reeeived far all New_«York ana Philadelphia. Dully _Papers. Per Annum. \ Per Annum. Albion, New-York, *6 00.'Law Reporter, *3 00 Atlantic Monthly, ' 3 OU Leslie's lllust'ed News, 3 00 All the Year Round, 3 00 Leslie's Family Alaga-AmericaifAgricuUurUt 1 00 zioe, " 3 00 ?Blackwood'_sMaganthai 3 00 *London Qnari _RoYieWi 3 oo Bod Ton Magazine of " Lancet, 5 00 Fashiou, _n 00 " Art Journal, 9 00 Banker's Magazine N. Y. 6 00 " Punch, 5 00 " " London, 7 00 _LHteU's Living Age, 6 00 Braithwaite'8Retrospect, Little Pilgrim, 60 seiui-aniiual, 2 00 London World, of Pash-BrUisb aud Foreige Med- ion, 4 SO icallleview,Quarterly, S 0O*North British Review, 3 00 Cornuill Magazine, 4 00 North American •• 0 00 Cultivator, Albany 60 Merry's Museum, 1 00 Country Gentleman , 2 00 Ouce a Week, *i0 Chambers' Ediuburg Porter's Spirit of the Jonrnal, 2 CO Times, 3 00 Chess Magazi...

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

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPER_^ 'A ND COUNTRY DEALERS. CABINET _^^f§ S_^_g|_gte _ GRlAT FURNITURE ¦0_^S& ^^_fflRfv INDUCEMENT REDUCED _^lipil|9ii|§|* ' CASH PRICES. _^ijj_^P®*^ BUYERS. NortU Flftli Street3rd Door al>ove tli_« • Old State House JOHN D. BERT0LETTE, HAVING PURCII4SED THE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. BertO_' l ette, he now offers to the public the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to the citizens of Reading and vicinity. His stock consists of PASLOS, HALL, LIBRARY, CHAMBER, I>IM*rG ROOM ibid KITCHEN Furniture, all of big own manufacture, and made in the most workmanlike manner, and warranted io give entire satisfaction. Employing none but experienced workmen, he feels connflout: _nf _oni>MBii TO THE _XlUUnli He has constantly on hand a large stock ot WalnutMahogany and Rosewood Veneers, wblcb have beeu selected with _mneh care. Coach Body. Flowing, Cabinet, Japan and Shellac Varn...

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

The U. S. Revenue Hydrometer, FOR ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER cent, of Alcohol in inspected liquors, by whl<!h the amount of duty to be paid for internal revenne, is calculated. The instrument, with glass jar and book of tables and instructions, is packed in a polished Mahogany Box with lock aud key. Price$7. Book only SO cents. BURVKYlbQ TRANSIT LEVELS, Compasses, and Chains, Swiss _Draftinq Ihbtrchents, made by JAMKS W. QUKEN & CO.. Manufacturing Opticians, 824 Chestnut _Htrnet, Jan 31-3mo] Philadelphia. Pa. TO FARMERS! POUDRETTE OF THE LOOI MANUFACTURING CO. _HplIE ATTENTION OP _FAHMERS ANDGARJL _deners is respectfully called to tbe above MANURE. Owing to the high price of Peruvian Guano, Super Phosphate and other fertilizers, this will be/ourid the cheapest and best manure. For full particulars call on the Agent for the Company. J. L. STICI1TER Feb 2S-3ino] Fifth aud l 'enn Streets. BLASTING ROOK. rpHE SUBSCRIBER IS AGENT FOR MESSRS . JL f'npont'B Powder in iron...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. T_>UnsUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE OR-1 PHAKS" CO_0HT Of Berfce county, will be sold at public veudue, on Saturday, the lSth day of April, A. D., 1SG3, at the pnblie bottse of Feather & Beifsnyder, (Keystone) in the city of Reading, said county: All thos» certain MHOU SES, one two-story Brick, and one one-story Frame fionse and lot of groundsituate on the North-West corner of Chestnnt street and Carponter alley, between Third and Fourth streets, in the City of Heading, containing in front 2_OJ_3 feet, and In depth 110 feet, more or less, with the privilege nf using the wall on the west _siJo, in the erection of a building, free from charge. The said Brick House being in good repairs, and the yard paved with flags—hydrant in the yard. Late the property of Samuel Briner, _deceased. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when due attendance will be given, and the terms of sale made Known by DANIEL J. WERNER, i marks 11. SCULL, $ Executors. By o...

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

Desirable City Lots For Sale. rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT PRIVATE _l Sale at moderate rates, Five Building Lots on North _Ninth street. Five Building Lots on the west side of Moss alley, East of Ninth street. Three Building Lots on the west side of North Teuth street, and Fourteen Bnilding Lots on the east side of Moss _aliey. The conditions will he made easy to purchasers, the proprietor being willing to leave two-thirds of the purchase money stand on the premisesif secured by Bond and Mortgageand allow payment to be made in installments Of 10, 20 and 50 _fcollars, until tl>« whole debt U paid, provided that one-third of the 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 WorkB; and as it is nnderstood tbat all the Depots of the Junction Railroads will be put up near tbe property. f_^_ir_* Flans of tbe Lots may be seen at my office, or that...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS 23 BAST PENN STREET, READING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank _JBB «» «E_»_JBfc. Si9 PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSIC BOOKS, _OOLD PENS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER, CAPand PIRN TINS PAP EH and PAPER BA0S. _BLANB BOOKS —AND—MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society aud Sunday School Union publications, at catalogue prices. 49* Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. M_9" Teachers supplied with Music at the usual discount. N. B —Hooks and Music sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Fnblishers' Prices. 1an 18-tf

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