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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

g _@» McClkllan is still the idol'of the Army, in spite of the Congressional Report. It is relaled that as the troops "were marching off, aftei the recent Presidential review, one of the officers of ' Hooker's staff called for " Three cheers for President Lincoln," which were heartily given, and were followed by a call from the ranks for "Three cheers for Little Mac," to which the response was deafening.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

The TauTH of History.—Sajs the gallant and patriotic Louisville Journal: " The Crittenden Compromise would have been the death of the rebellion, and both Southern Senators and Republican "Senators werereSpoasibU for its failure, for enough of either to have carried the measure, with the aid of those who actually voted for it, refused to vole for it or opposed it. It took two _parlia to beget this rebellion," .

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!! EXT RA LENGTH HOOP SKIBTS. Ordinary length Hoop Skirts. . Small 8Ue or " Quaker Skirts." * Extra he»Ty Wire Skirts. All »iZ8« MiRMg _SltlrU. Having made arrangement! with the Muuftetnnn. we are prepared to supply ou _enrtomerswlth the Tery best _SKIKTS of all lengths and with the latest _improremeotsi at nearly OLD PBIOES. KLINE ft BPFIHIHSB. April 11,18631 East Penn Square, Beading. Fa,

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

BEADING CLASSICAL ACADEMY, AND :Kroxv.M:._A.x« scaoo _ii, _TX71LL COMMENCE ITS SPRING TERM, V V ou Tuesday, the 7th of April, and continue 11 weeks. A class of Teachers will be formed in the Normal Department, and they will be instructed with especial reference to the wants of their vocation. TERMS, from $5 to $6 per quarter. Higher English and Langnages extra. For further information! address March 14-2mol D. B. BKUHMEK. A. B.. Principal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

A Successful Disguise.—The Altoona (Pa.) Register tells of a female just returned to that town after a service of eighteen months , in the army, without having her sex discovered. She took part in thre% battles, and was wounded twice, first above the eye and then in the arm, the latter wound compelling her to disclose her sex.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

"Astounding _Robbket. —Prentice laughs at the heading " Astounding Robbery," which frequently appears in connection with some fraud on the Government. A little honesty would be astounding, but fraud , he says, no longer astoauds.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Illinois.—The Chicago Times says that in that State the reooril of Democratic victories gained this spring will indicate, a tremendous Democratic majority in ihe State.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

CONSTITUTION WATER. TSB _6_KBAT _REMEDY FOR THE COIffSTITtJTION AND TUB ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DI ABETES AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These Dangerous and Trortiil'some Diseaseswhirh /miv thus far Resisted the _bext directed Treatmentcunt,. Completely Controlled _bytke RE MED _Ynoio before iw. ' TBE CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct _themwiveg to the onrans of secretion, and by so altering the condition or the stomach and liver that the starchy principle of the focd is not con. verted into sugar so long as the system is under the influence of the coi) . STITUTJO1r WATER, •wtlch elves those organs time to recover their healthy tone and vigor. We Ue able to statt that the Constitution Water has enred every case of Dlafcetes in which it has been given. STOKE IS THE BLADDER, _OALCULUS , GRAVEL BRICKD1TST DEPOSITS. AND MUCOUS OR ' MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URINATING/. Direiwe occurring from dne Mid the Baffle._eatUe Will be entirely cured by the Constitution Waterif t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

BwtiiillMfiMfyiro_^ _^_EILADELPHIA. MATTKESSES_, _Bctls, Featlicrs, Blankets, Comfortables, Q,i<ills_, _Cuslkiong, And all other articles belonging to Mie business. Feb. 14-ly] AMOS HILLBOKM. ]8r)3 _) PI1ILADKLPH/A f- 1 _Sl>o } PAPER HANGINGS. { 1863 HOV7_BLL &. BOURSE, CORNER FOURTH & MARKET Streets , PHILADELPHIA , have now in stock, a fine variety of Wall Papers, got up flxpressly for their Spring Trade. win no w i'A rj<:ii of e very or a be, to which they invite Hib attention of ' stotvkeLjiers. 49- In their Ketail Department, will bn found the choicest styles of Uk season. [Fab. 14-3 inos. HARDWARE & IRON STORE, _WSXO&ESAAB AND REXAIL, rpHE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING BOUGHT I the old Established Hardware and Iron Store of the late Fricker, Stevenson & Co., and _having added a large new Stock of goods ; wonld respectfully call the attention of the public to their large assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON, HTEEL, PAINT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

IMPROVED ROSE WASH Cures SECRET DISEASES, In all their stages. At little Expanse, Little or no change In Diet, No inconvenience, Ani> no Exposure. It causes a freqnent desire and gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing obstructions, Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying Pain and'tndaimnaUon, so frequent in ll)6«<laaa of _duteanes, and expelling all Poisonous Diseases and tournout Matter. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS Who havebem tin Violims of Quacks, and who have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time, have found they were deceived, and that the "Poison" has, by the use of "powerful astringents," been dried np in the system, to break out in an aggravated form, and PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE. Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu for all affections and diseases of the URINARY ORGANS, Whether ' existing in MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever cause originating and no matter of HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a Diuretic. IlELMBOLD'S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

jfif- The WmiEs* of 6«& poets, Saxe, was recently invited to a " Tin Wedding," in Jackson, Michigan—a Tin Wedding being a ro-celebration of the nuptial vows twelve years after marriage, as a Silver Wedding is a similar ceremony twenty-five, and a Golden one fifty yeara after. Our poet could not go, but sent the following graceful substitute: To Mas. : I count it a loss that I could not have been A guest at your notable wedding of Tin; In the circle of friends let me hope to be found, When the happier wedding of Silver comes round, Meantime may the _joyB that your future may win, Compared to the past be as Silver to Tin. Making Booh.—It was Henry Clay, we think_, who, after he had finished his studies, went to a certain town with letters of recommendation to an influential member of the bar, and sought his advice and influence in establishing himself in Ids profession. The encouragement he received was something like this: " I would be very g lad to render you any assista...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

F. C. LIGHTE & Co. (LATE 1IOHTE & _BKADBVBYS) PIANO-FORTE _MANUFACTURERS, 421 Broome Street * New _lTork_« Id Block East of Broadway. _Ty/_TR F. C. LIGHTE, THE ORIGINAL jj/j_ founder of tbis well-known Establishment, Senior _Panner, and only Practical Piano-Forte Malcer of the late flrm of " Lighte & Bradburys," _having retained his Two-Thirds interest inf the whole business, stock, materials, Ac, and Sole Proprietorship in bis VnlwAU Palenls, inclusive of his celebrated PATENT INSULATED _TKON PKAME3, is tbe only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANOFORTES for whieh tbis house has been so popular. #S"A11 infringements ou his rights will be prosecuted according to law. _* S~ All Piano-Fortes from tbis manufactory are warrant-Qd _perfect iu every respect for five years, Liberal terms to Dealers. ¥. 0. LIGHTE Si CO., April Il-3m_1 421 Broome Street. New-York MATLACK'S MEN'S ANO BOYS' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 904 Market Street, Philadelphia. WE WOULD RESPECT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

SALE OF LAM*. 1,200,000 ACRES _FABBE 1AND OF THE * ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COfflPANY: TT. IS WELL KHOWN THAT THIS COMl_pany, ' in the few years since the construction of the Eulioad, has gold a large number of Farms to settlers, Who, mostly in a short time, enjoyed a degree of prosperitywhieh 1b sufficient evidenee of the quality of the •oU_. -tnd the facilities for disposing of its produce. The numerous villages which have sprang np in this short &tm «Uo indicate tke abundant _resources of the. esanti-y. The tend is rich PRAIRIE SOIL, often thickly wooded. Woodland can generally be purchased at short distances and low price*—sometimes of the Company. The various kinds of grain are successfully cultivated. Fru .it, Grapes, _Ac.rcrew-rapidly-and yield abundantly and of snperior qU«Ll5yv'-_*bo-*«iMnarlrat- Is probably the best In the WpC ' lor the raiiingof Cattle there is so better country to he found- Considering the infancy of the settlements, much has already been do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Bra Tnnra on a _Jebsm Lawveo—Our esteemed friend, David P. McBrlen, Esq., of New York, tells a good note on a Jersey lawyer . The hero of our sketch, during the last hot summer months, used occasionally to worship at the shrine of Gambrinue, (Lager Kittg,) on Broad-Tray. One sweltering7 day, he got pretty " mellow," having moistened his thorax too much with the German beverage, and proceeded to navigate to his law office. He took up a substantial looking white hat,.and with rather puzzled look was making an attempt to put k on sideways. Of course it would not fit. He looked inside, holding it up towards the light, and read aloud: " Jonas. Shooter, Esq., Attorney at Law, Jeracy City." (Sol. log.)—" That's my hat—of course it is." Another attempt was made to put it on sideways—no use; again taken off, and dgaiu _*4<i<J7 " Jonas Shooter, Esq., Attorney," &c, &c After another trial, and finding it didn't fit, the gentleman commenced feeling all over his h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

HARVEY BIRCH &BRQS., _cra&As _ussaASUsr agency, No. 63 -WEST PENN STREET, _READING, PA. ESTABLISHED _B? ENERGY AHD PERSEVERANCE. S_«_tt>.s< rlpiions _rcselvril foi- nil K_*S-«'-V«l'lC JllXl lMiiliMleljtitiiv I>niiy Papers. Per Amm.m.\ Pur Annum. Albion, Kew-Tork, *« 011'T.aw _li_^porter, »S 00 Atlautic Monthly, 3 (H>!l.et.lt«'K lllnst'ed News, 3 00 All tho Tear Koiiud, 3 OOil_._pslie's Family Maga-Ameritau Agi'iciilturiiit 100: ziuo, 3 01) *Bliiclvwood_'nMagazine, s Oo!*t.omlo» ' _inar. Review, S 00 B..n Ton _MagHziue «>f I " Lancet, •' ¦ Ofl Fasliiua_, ' SOU! " Art Journal, 9 00 Banker's Magazine K T. 5 <>U; " I_'uuch, _fi 0(1 " " Loo Jon. 7 (lOfiittpH's Living Age, e (It) Braithwaite'sRetrosjioct, iI.iltlo l'ilttriin, .00 s«i,i:-annii:il. 2 Oil, _Loiulmi World of FaKhnri!i>sli _ttud \'_->re\gn Med- I i«n, 4 00 inil Kevicw _. Qnailerly, 3 flOi*N<>vlh Pritisli Keviow_, S <*0 fV-rn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

The U. S. Revenue Hydrometer, FOR ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER cent, of Alcohol in inspected liquor * , by which the amount of duty to be paid for Internal revenue, _js calculated. The instrument, with glass jar and book of tables and instructions, is packed in a _imlisl_.e.d Mahogany Box With lock _andiey. _Price_$7. Hook on!y _oo cents. _SUUVKYlAtJ TRANS1X I._EVELr, .' _ompassks, and Chains, Swiss _Dbaftisq _luerRrxr.sra. ir.nde by _JAM_^ W. QUlsES ._"v Cr>., ManufHCtarinj_? Opticiiiiia, ;iu _Gtirstuiu ?\\m, Jau Sl-3inol J'hiladelphia. l_':i TO FARMERS I POUDRETTE OF THE LODI MANUFACTURING CO. 1_^11 E ATTENTION OF FARMERS AND GAR-. deu«re in refpestfully _callfld to the above MAK17RE. Owing to _tho high price or Peruvian Gnauo, Super PhOBphato and other fertilizers, this will be found the cheapest and best manure. For full particulars call oh tbe Agent for the Company. J. L. STICIITEIi, Feb 2S-3mo] Fifth and Peun Streets. _BLASXZSJG R0CX ~ THE SUBSCRIBER IS AC. J3NT FOR ME...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS COUNTRY DEALERS. CABINET _ _=_^Sg&*£%_? - GREAT PURKITURE _^^_p_^_fefik IHDUCEMEHT REDUCED _'_^_Hfe?^^^C CASH PRICES. «^i@f®^^^ BUYERS. Kortli Fifth Street3r«I Door _atoove tile Old State House JOHN D. BERT0LETTE_, TJAVING PURCHASEP THE LARGE AND EL _extansivG stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bertoletto, ho 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 _coueisits of _PAliLOR, HALT., LIBRARY, CHAMBER, VIN1NQ ROOM and KITCHEN furniture, all of hia own manufacture, and made in the most workmanllKe manner, and warranted to K've ""lire satisfaction. Employing none bnt experieuced workmen, he _feete conndent of success. •SO _«a*SB TRADE. ne has constantly on hand a lame stock of WalnutMahoi?any and Kosewnod _Veoocrs, -which havo _baen Releotod with much oare. Coach Boa?. FI-.>wJ«gCaWet, Japan aud Shellac VarnislieB; UndertaKers" _iiud _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

WALL PAPEE —AND—DECORATIONS. IP A IP lilt (HU9A0B8_, GOLD BAND WINDOW SHADES AND jet- jc _aar _tt1 -qct be«. _jes: _ssb 9 BUFF AND GREEN HOLLANDS, BAND BOXES, $1,75 per doz. GEORGE CHPJSMAN, ZVos. 3 _jSLIVS 5 rSXTZff _SQUAE.E, READING, PA., HAS OPENED HIS SPRING STOCK OF new and beautiful desians of WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, &c, of the most fashionable manufacture, and will 1*11 tbo same at the very lowest prices. _MST Next door to the Farmers' Bank, 3 and 3 Penn Square, Heading, Pa. [Api il 11-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

1A/\ f\r \n _BARKERS OP THE IUU, UUUi _ODI MANUFACTURING CD'S JE»«_TJ»'VlJJU»flEK.aE_2'3r"dB71E3 . 13O Soutn Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa. THIS COMPANY, WITH A C/\PITAL OF $150,000, the most extensive Works of the kind in tbe world, and an experience in mannfacturing of over 23 years, with a reputation long established, having also the excinsive control of all the night soil of the great city ' of New-York, are prepared to furnish an article, which is, without doubt, the Cheapest and _vbbi best fertilizer in market. It greatly increases the yield, and ripens the crop from two to three weeks enrlier, at an expense of from three to four dollars per acre, with little ornolabor. Also, FIFTY TONS of BONE TAFEU, being a mixture of bone and night soli gronnd fine, at $45 per ton—a superior article for grain and grass. A pamphlet containing all necessary information, may be had free by addressing a letter to the subscriber. JAMES T. FOSTER, Care of the Lodi Manufacturing Company, 66 Conrtlaa...

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