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

SALE OF LAND, 1,200,000 Acres farm _kaub OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT THIS COMpany, In the few years since the construction of the ilroad, has sold a large number of Farms to _settlerg, who, mostly in a short time, enjoyed a degree of prosperity, which is sufficient evidence of the quality of the soil, and the facilities for disposing of its produce. The _oumerons villages which have sprung np ia this short time also indicate the abundant resources of the country. The land is rich PRAIRIE SOIL, often thickly wooded. Woodland caa generally be purchased at short distances and low pr ices—sometimes of the Company. The various kinds of grain are successfully cultivated. Fruit, Grapes, Ac, grow rapidlyand yield abundantly and of superior quality. The fruit market is probably the best in the West. For the raising of Cattle there is no better country to be found. Considering the infancy of the settlements, much has already been done for Schools. The Com...

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

WM. B. BRADBURY'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT, No. 4ii* BROOMS! STREET, jmW-yORK. rpHE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INX _vites tbe at'ention of his friends and the public generally to biBPiauo-Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Broome Street, corner of Crosby street. Having withdrawn his interest, stock and materials from the late firm of " Ligltte & _Bradburys," which firm was _^ _jgSjtgmmdlRitolveil on thaSlet January, alt. andhav-¦_PPWRluif purchased the entire stock of PIANOIT # f! I FORTES and Piano-Forte Material, owned by his _brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in the eald firm, be is now prepared to supply the increased demand for his celebrated PlANO-KOKTES. Employing tbe most skillful and experienced workmenwith a large stock of the best and most thoroughly seasoned material.andaambnodance of capital, be has taken in hand the personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his instruments/ and is enabled to tnrn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled _tonj and _rtUTiihlfneJl...

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

ASTOB HOUSE, NEW-YORK. rpftlS SPLENDID HOTEL HAS BEEN REJUJ_ venated, and is at thia moment second to uone in. elegance. The Ladies' Drawing Room is a beautiful one, having no equal. I ts open corridors and complete ventilation render it most delightful in warm weather. It is _unsurpassed by auy other in situation,, having Railroads on the front and sonth sidesover which cure ran to _bUbty _pafl of 1116 <!lty for half a dime. Travelers arriving from the North and East, will find the small cars of the Harlem and the Eighth Avenue an economy and convenience, especially at night. Cars Run Direct to Central Park. For families preferring homelike and really genteel accojmooJatloti, It _ofleVseaflgWor _fliifAltiAa. All classes have manifested their affection or this Hotel, and evory pains will be taken to render it a home for the traveler. The same liberal system will be continned, and the utmost promptness on the part of all persons belonging to the organization will be exacted....

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

TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. TniS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIcine has universally received the most favorable recommendations of the Meihcal Profession and the Public, as the most Efficient and _Agubbablb SALINE APERIENT. Tt maybe nsed with the best effect in Bilious «_cd Febrile Diseases, _Costiveness, Sick Headache, _Kausesi, i-oss of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of the Storcucb. Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Afleciions, Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PURGATIVE 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, carefnlly put np in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured apon it to produce & delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials fr...

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

CASFSR HEFT, JMPOBTER AND DEALER IN WINES, LIQUORg and 8EQ ARS. _JTo. 161 North Third Street . Phllelphia, would respectfully call the attention of hotel keepers and others, to his well selected stock of Wines, Liquors, and Imported Segars, in store and under Custom House lock. . , ¦ . COGNAC BRANDIES.—Of various brandB, consisting of Pale and Dark Martel & Co.Pinet_, _Hennessy, Haglory Otard, Dupay &Co.,andOtard'86uperiorLoudonDoclc,and various b«ahds of Cognac and other _Brandieit. WINES, &c—Fine old Madeira, Sherry, Tenerlffe, and Lisbon Wines—super old Port Wine, Clarets of different kinds, on draught or in glass. CHAMPAGNE,—Heidsick, P. A. Mumra & Co., and Gelsler's genuine Auchor Brands, in pints and quarts. Together with a general assortment of Scotch and Irish Malt Whiskeys, Holland Gin, Jamaica _SpiriU_,Peaoh Brandy, aid Bonrton, Monongahela Whiskey, Wild Cherry Blackberry Raspberry and Lavender Brandies. 43- Superior Wine and Stomach Bitte...

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

APPEAL DAYS. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE Xi Appeal Days for the several Wards, Boroughs and Townshipsin the County of Berks, for the year 1SG3, will be held in the Commissioners' Office, at Reading, as follows: Bethel, April 13 Alsace, April 20 Upper Tnlpehoccon, do 13 Mublenberg, do 20 Tnlpehoccon, do 13 Ontelaanee, do 20 Bei"ii V_»p&t, ia is Maidencreak, do 20 Centre. do U Perry, do 21 Bernville, do 14 Rockland, do 21 Penn, do 14 _Longswamp, do 21 JeU' erson. do 14 Pike . do 21 Heidelberg, Korlh do IS Hereford, do 22 Heidelberg, Lower do 15 District, do 22 Heidelberg, do IS Washington, do 22 Marion, do 15 Colebrookdale, ' do 22 Hamburg, do 16 Oley, do 2:! Windsor, <\o 16 Earl, do 23 Albany, do 16 Soup lass, do 23 Greenwich, do _Iti Amity, do 23 Ruscombmanor, do 17 Union do 24 Richmond, do 17 _Bobexon. do 24 Kutztown, do 17 _Caernarvon, do 24 Maxatawny_, do it BreckuocW, do 25 _Womelsdorf, do IS Bern do 25 Spring, do IS Exeter, do 25 Cnmru, do IS Beading, do...

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

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE statb or FBzr _asYxvAxriA OFFICE, NOS. 1 AND 6 EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., Between Dock and third _Sts., PHII_^_ADKLPHIA. XXTCOJUROKATB9 _XKT 17*4. CHARTER PERPETUAL. _CAFITAIi. $200,000. Properties ol the Company, Feb. i, 1861, $507,094 61. * Marine, Fire and Inland Transrortation Insurance. DIRECTORS. HENRY D. SHERBKED_, WILMAM B. WHITE, SIMEON TOBY, GEORGE H. 8T0AKT, CHARLES MACALESTEK, SAMUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM 8. _8MITH, TOBIAS _WAOJSTBH. JOHN B. _BODD, THOMAS B. WATT80N, HENRY G. FREEMAN, CHARLES 8. LEWIS. GEORGE C. CARSON, . . HENRT D. SHERRERD, President. WILLIAM HARPER . Secretary. 49s Applications for Insurance may be made to WILLIAM KBliLYat Howard & Co'_s. Express 6AW _Mavil. 1861-ly *

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

TO THE LADIES «_=3 3E_3K ML -NET -A*- % GLASS AND Q.UEENSWARE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND * elegant assortment'of tbe following kinds of FANCY CHUffA ARTICLES: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizes, Gard Bankets, Card Receivers, Jewel Boxes. Cologne Bottles. Motto Coffees, Watch Holders, Inkstands, Cigar Stauda. and ft variety of other fancy goods suitable for the What-Not. Also Bohemian and French Glassware, Such as Wine Bottles, Decanters, Goblets and Wine Glasses, Liquor SettsCigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bott'.es, Cake and fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars, Candle«tick« , Tumblers, Ac,, Ac,and Common Glassware ot every description; together with an extensive stock of QVSBNSWA11E, Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet setts, Tea and Coffee Cops, Dinner, lireakfant and Butter Plates, Dishes of all kinds, Pitchers, Mugs, Bowls, Sic, Sic, With a fait lins 0? common _wsure, RU Qf -which -we od'er at onnsually low prices. An inspect...

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

»r _2 . *fc Mlc_« ' _Hoftcfcesi, Ante, Bed Bug_* Moths in _tPura, Woollens, 4tc Insects on Plants. Fowls, Animals, &>c. Pnt hd in Me. 60c. and (1 00 _Boxes, _Botjtlg»t and f_^ukt, $3 and _#J sizes for HOTEM, _PBBLIO _iMSTITljmONIS *_C. " Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons. " " Not daugeroua to the Human ¦Family." "Kalis come ontof their holes to die." *_£ Sold Wholesale iu nil large cities. «r- Sold by all _DauaoiBTs and _Kktailbbb everywhere. *i_£ !!! Bbwabb ill" of all worthless imitations. _*W- See tbat » Costab's " name is on each Box, _Bottl_* and Flask , before yon buy. «-Address HBMRY R. CO§TAB, «¦ Principal Depot 482 _Broadwat, jr . _y. _«- Sold by— HARVEY BIRCH 4 Co., Wb61<wata and Betail; S.S.Stevenr93 East Penn street, above the Kailroad ; J. K. _McCdkdt; R P. HnBTBB 4 Co., READING, i'A_. January 17. lS6S-9mo _ABSOS SBXDSL'S CHEAP ,_«aitv WHOLESALE AND BCTAlL jmk SADDLE AND HARNESS _^_&_§_PK/»_ MANU-FACTORV, _gStf_|7i[_fe...

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

JMPORTANT TO YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS! STOVES AND TIN-WARE. WILLIAM BRIDEGAM, No. 86 WEST PENN Street, next door below the Plough and Harrow Hotel, respectfully culls the attention of persons going to j_, boasekeepiugi to bis _large and superior &s_< _,*. _J_^sortment of STOVES AND TIH-WAHE. &m _Jnn which will be sold at tbe every lowest _caau _janl '—*?prices. He has bought out the stock of_^-5 *^ Henry Ruth, and obtained the exclusive agency for the sale of the "CONTINENTAL" C00K-ST0VE, formerly sold by Mr, Sntb_, and tbe very best Store in (he marketeither for large or small families. He is also agent for THE "GOVERNOR PENN, " Another excellent Cook Slove; together with a variety of other Stoves, either for kitchen, parlor, hallchamber and dining-room use, from which purchasers cannot fail to be suited. . HU stock of TIN-WARE, Is Urge, well made, aiid comprises every article needed for household purposes. MS~ YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS are particularly reqnested to giv...

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

FRUIT. I" AYER, BUNCH AND SEEDLESS RAISINS, J Peaches, Plums, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, FigR, Ac at A. If. PKOCOCK'S Feb 7] 40 Sonth Fifth Street. VALUABLE HIEDICIItfUS. SOLE AGENT FOR BECKER'S CELEBRATed Eye Salve, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, Brandretb's Pills, *c, &c, by . Feb 21-3nio] J. L. 8TICHTER House _Fnrnishinsr Goods. T ARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE FURI J nishing Goods of every variety. For sale cheap by " Feb 28] GEO. LERCH & CO. T?XTRA LARGE FAT MACKEREL, AT Jilt„ PEOCOCK'S _HPeb7I 40 South Fifth Street. _QAPSAQO CHEESE.—FOR SALE AT k5 PEOCOCK'S, April 4] 40 Sonth Fifth a»eet. T)OLOGNA SAUSAGES—FOR SALE AT JD FEOCOCK'8, April 4] 40 Sonth Fifth Straet. MAR ROW FAT BEANS. AT PEOCOCK'S, ADT114 40 Sonth Fifth Street.

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

COAAOI&I OOA&OIL!! _Z_^IOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS VJ-aqnart, at GEO. LERCH CO'8, Corner of Fifth aud Penn Square, next door to Borbun_'_t Mansion House. peD 7 o. Annas* sbovbls. O AMES' SHOVELS AND SPADES, A .full assortment on hand. Apply t* u9a o 1 3- *" STICHTBR Feb 28-3mo] fifth and Penn Streets. _THRESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES, AT JL - „ PEOCOCK'S 7 _"_»b7] 40 8ontn Fiftn stre9l> _THRESH CAN TOMATOES—FOR SALE AT X. „ PEOCOCK'S, March 14] 40 Sonth Fifth Street. HO MINY GRITS.—FOR SALE AT FfiOCOCE'S, April 4] 40 Bonth Fifth Strain. QWEET CORN, AT "_""_"" Q . PKOCOCK'S TO* 7 40 *>nth Pifth. _stmt.

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

Statement of the Assets of the Company, January 1,1863. First _Mortgages, _- amply secured, - $1,993,93146 Heal Eatftte, (_pnasent _vnluoHU3S,322 47) cost 128..V70 7< Temporary Loanson ample Collateral _SeeurUieB 84_._B20 77 Stocks, (_preseut value $95,375 _lli) cost - 84,9015 Notes and bills receivable, ... 1,04900 Cash, - - - - - - 75,312 03 $2,369,291 03 Advance Is VSlno of Eeal Estate over cost, .®/_fil la Advance in Value of Stocks over coirt, 1J ?4 _" Jjj_| Total $2,392,116 39 .«»» Tteonly Profits from Premiums which this Company can divide by law, are from Risks which have been Extract from the Charter of the Oomp&toy. " But the moneys received as Premiums upon Risks which remain undeterminedand are outstanding at the time of _declaring such Dividend, shall not be considered as part oi the prolits of said Corporation, or divided as such." PERPETUAL OR LIMITED INSURANCES MADS OS _EVEKT DE3CR1PTI0H Of PBOFSSTT,IK Town and Country, For Owners, Mortgagees, Ground...

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

HEADING SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED MAY 11, 1855. CAPITA!., $50,000. Banking House, East _Marktt Square, Xorlh Side, Reading, Pa. DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS to Teu _Thouaand Dollars. Money in received on deposit from 9 A. SI. to 8 V. M.; and ou Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Interest wilt be allowed at the rate of Five per cent, per annum, on all sums remaining on deposit, for one year or more. On sums remaining less than a year, interest will be allowed at the rate of _Firurjier cent, per annum. J3» All the assets of the Bank and the individual property of the _stockholders, are liable for the payment or Deposits. Persons who have money to deposit, are invited to call at the Banking House for further information. * DIRECTORS. David Yodeb, Gideon Snydeb, MlCHAKZ, GKUSBR, _CONJIAD BEBKK, DAHIEb 6. IlOKAB_) _ConKAP V. _UtlDI.EB. A. _T. Boas. President—A. F. BOAS. CashiJO—ADAM LEIZE. fdec 27-ly

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

C«0R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 WIllTh P Granite Tea gette of the _newsat style. pOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 300 GRANI TE [j Dinner Setts of the newest style. _,__,, 17OR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 1000 SETS L_ Common Teaware.' • _ pOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, TIIE LAKGCSst »8BorHa_9_Bt »f Liverpool Ware ever offered lu F_3R1 SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A _LAKOH assortment of Pittsburgh, Boston and French 0l»««_- ware of every description. ._„._„ [7<OR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE CIIOlC-[? mt variety of Bar and Hotel Glass, China and Q»«"">' Wft** ftt*»_Un*e ever offered IA BeadUS. „„.., _[_70R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL ,.60 BARBE LS 17 Mackerel at Philadelphia prices. „, . march 88 WILLIAM RHOsDg_^_u_. rpEA—EXTRA FI1*E OOLONG TEA, AT I pgoCOOK'S , *T«1_>71 - in[Pntttli _Fift _^_ri "DEEP COSaUEA—FBSSH SUGAR _CUKp P Tongues, for »ale at FJWC i!.c _L!'11 t _Tf«cl»f41 40 S«ath Fifth _*"••_'•

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

LOOK HERE! TB. RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS ,his friends and the public, that lie ha« opened a new Store ou Peon _street, No. 71, between _Sixth and Seventh, North Ride, 3rd house below the Kailro&d, where be invites the citizens of Reading aud vicinity, to bis splendid stock of READY-MADE CLOTBmCt, ConsitinR of OVERCOATSFROCK COATS, PASTS and VESTS, of various colors and qualities, Rot up under his own supervision. He is also supplied_^ With a good stock of Cloths, _Cassimeres and Vestings, which will be made to order in the neatest and most Fashionable Styles at the lowest cash prices. Having considerable experience in this branch of businesshe feels confident of _giving _xeueral satisfaction. Be has also on hand a _Kood assortment of _Gentlemen's t'umUM.ig Qao A_^, Such as White Sbirls, Overshirts_, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, Cravats of different styles and colorsStockings and Gloves, and such Roods as are found in a Store of this kind. April 4-31] JACOB B. RIXSTIN...

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

ALLEN & NEEDLES _SUPEHHOSPHUIfiE. THE STANDARD MANURE, _Unequalled _bj any other in _tbe market; always THE SAME IN QUALITY, And invariably to be relied on as a MANURE of gtftndard excellence. Price $472 per 2000 lbs. Our Supbb-Phosphate of _Lii_^_e is uniform in its chemical constituents, and can always be depended on.

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

_~ <\\UP, _&7U rm&ADBLPBXA. MATTRESSES, Berts, FeathersBlanketsComfortable*, _(_intlts, _CiisiUons t And all other articles belonging to the business. Feb. 14-lyJ AMOS HILLB0RN.

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

BLINDS & SHADES X) J- WILLIAMS, No. 1G NORTH SIXTH _|J« Street, Philadelphia, Manufacturer of VXUVSTXAJff BLINDS AXfP WINDOW _SBADJ2S. 49* Tbe largest and finest assortment in- the city, at tfa lowest prices. Blinds Paisted and Trimmed e<_jnal to new Store Shades made and lettered. [April 4-2m. A PROBLEM FOR THE LADIES. SENT FREE OF CHARGE. .Address, " PROBLEM," Box 943 P. O., April 4-30 PHILADELPHIA.

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

Commercial Broker. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAYING TAKEN X o_»t a T.icenee as a COMMERCIAL BKOKER, is prepared to negotiate for the purchase and sale of REAL ESTATE, COIN, STOCKS, BONDS, MORTGAGES, and other Securities, Goods in unbroken PackagesCollection of Rents, and any other business of a Commission Broker or Agent. 49* Parties having business to do in his line are rf quest ed to give him a call. JAKOB C. SCffffiXJ-.R, OFFICE in Court Street, nest door above Alderman cheerier. . I Feb 2S

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