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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Real Estate Broker. mirK _UNDBKSJONJSD, HAVING TAKEN A 1 License, under the Internal Revenue Act, to pnrcbase ftiul bell Keal Estate, rent Houses, collect _Kents. &c, for utbera, would _rotpactfally announce to the public In general that be U roady at all limes to attend to all business In tbU lib* with _tmnetuuliiy. Would aUo state that I have a number of Dwelling Uoniei and Building Luts'for tale, in different parts of. tbe city. • PHILIP _SIJJBBB. _tLtcSZStl Jf._£. Corneiot»th<u,<ir_*au8te., _Xmaiiig

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

WANTED. . A LOAN OF S1000 WILL BE TAKEN ON A Valuable Properly. For pai'ticnlars, call at dec 27-St] THIS OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

CONSTITUTION WATER. the a&SAT xis»_tai>-sr FOB. THE OOWSTITp-TlON AND THE _ONL.Y KNOWN REMEDY FOR* DIABETES AND ' DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. TJiese Dangerous and Troublesome Diseaseswhich _kava thus far Besirted tlte bmt directed Treatment, can be Completel y Controlled by the BEMEJ) Ynoio before us! THE CURATIVE properties of tb« medicinedlrect thenieelves totbe organs of secretion, and by w »Her|ng the condition of the stomach and liver that the starchy principle or the food t» not *mverted into sugar so long as the eyetem is under the in_~ tlueuce of the • •• _CONSTITUTION WATE R, which gives those organs time to recover their healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state that the Constitution Water lias cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given, STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OS MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URINATING. _Diwiaae occurring from one and the name caUBe will be entirely cared by the Constit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL BE PAID ON ca-ox«x>, oiiB _enitrwaajEV —AND—AT TUB EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W.GOODRICH, BEADING, Fa. August 10,1861-tf] FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PIlILADELPHIAt OFFICE, Nob. 4S5 AMD 437 CHE6TMUT STREET. Capital - - -* " " W00_. 0OO 00 Perpetual Premiums, - - •924,343 JJ I_^Five Per Cent. - _. - _ _W _£_» _^^ _^ Unexpired Temporary Premiums, 203,63a 95 Less for the portion of time expired on policies over one year, ao _. oss M _^^ _^ Surplus, - - - """_" . 8»8,S»66 Statement of the Assets of tbe Company, January 1, 1862. First Mortgages, amply secured, - $1,991,760 47 Real EatateHpewsnt _™l«e «125830 16) cost _ios_. 991 33 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Securities «_£016 1 Stocks, (present value $S8,863 6(5) cost - _8«,171 II _Wotes and bills receivable, ... 1,903 (SO Cash, t - - - - - 28,370 66 • VZ_^_lfill 36 Advance in Valne of Keal Estate over cost, 2 J'5oo _« Advance in Valne of Stocks over cost, 3,69_^ oG 49- T_)_te...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

BEECUER'S BLACK JOKh •• In his Thanksgiving sermon, Mr. Beech _er , after glancing at the causes of national disorder, exclaimed, 'Dat'_a vrhal' s de matter!' in »_IDBB - ner that brought down the house."—Sunday Mercury. In indecorous Paris, the godless profane The Sabbath with shows for the sinful and vain, But the fanes of religion they do not misuse—Making stages of pulpits and boxes of pews. No priestly farceur, in that profligate town, God's House on a Sunday brings noisily down, With jokesthat the gamins, elate with Bordeaux, Would deem coarse in the _mimmrf a twenty-sous snow. It takes Puritan Piety, nursed in the land Where e'en travelling in church-hours was formerly banned, To raise on that l>ay in Gad'a temples a clatter With gushes of humor like "Dal'a what's de matter!" Brother Beecher, bright star of the Puritan stage! With a jest for each t?_$t on each Biblical page ; Mm of vig ilant ears and of eyes open wide, (And of pocket agape for the greenbacks be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Worthy of Notice No more Convincing Proof need be adduced of tbe great superiority of the CROVER & BAKER FAMILY SEWING MACHINES TH AN THE FACT, THAT _AGAINST THE moRt _gtrennons oppoBltlonand the most _lavlnh expenditure or rival manufacturers, the Graver & Baker Machines have, _w W _exahilw*! hy _canipelAbt Ud _eltlUfd judges, _boxuvs _orr the taxml i ' By these nnantmon_« decisions Of the most (dentine an.l UWTt judxeBthe enviable reputation of the Graver A Batem- _MiwshineB i_* even still more incontrovertibly sun taintU, It can fell, tuck_, leather, _oind, cord, quiit, embroider, and do a greater tariely of wwk (and do it well) than any •*'• «r _ _nwchlDe ever made. What is _espsclally claimed for That it makes a _strong* and handsomer seam than Is made by hand or by any othw Machine. That v _utiilces a more elastic eeum which will _withgtunil That the 8peed at Whleh It can be Ued t« higher than any other, and the power reqolred to operate it it _Um than requ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Notice.—We are daily receiving orders to send by mail some one or more of Dr. Hurd's Sem«l Remedies, which ire cannot fill. IV one are mail able except the Neuralgia Plaster, -which we send in an envelope on receipt of Price (Id cents) and one Btamp. But to accommodate persona in places where the druggists and storekeepers are behind the age, we have put up pnck&ges in white embossed boxes/ seven inches by four, with compartments—each box containing a bottle of Dr. Ilurd_« Mouth Wash, an ' d Tooth Ache Drops, a box ot Tooth Powdtr, the Neuralgia Plaster, and a valuable little Treatise o,n Teeth and their diseases, and the best means of preserving-them, and Che proper treatment of Children's Teeth, worth of itself the entire cost to every young man or woman, or parents with-young children; with sundry other necessary articles; price per package one dollar, or six packages for $5, sent by express as directed. As the Express charges are not much, if any, more oh a dozen t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

PEACOCK'S COAL AND WOOD TASO. Corner 0/ Second and Franklin St., Reading. j_^_Trsr_^ _L_^m _wiujam peacock rf_«- yinw> _iiTleMllBrp _"etf " llvl ""n ' ui> numerous old _J g _sjm ^^H_|_B _oosiomsm and tbe public ganmllj, ^¦ _^ . ^^w that be has now on hand a heavy rtockof Broken,Kgg, Nat,Stoveand Llm_.burners'COAI front the best Mines, which Jie will sell in large or small jnantlUea. at the lowest market prices. _Alto, BITUMINOUS COAL of superior quality, and Hickory aad Oak WOOD, by the eord or otherwise. 49- AUordersraithfuily attended to, and _rneldellvend _pMmpHj to any pa_»_tof the elty, without extra oharg_*. COAL, WOOD, SALT, _SAMVEzTBOOirE_, (_FOatlERLT) John Bissing> erv _JTrse _Cemtr of Perm aad front Streets, Reading O AS CONSTANTLY ON HAW A AND SELLS _T_% at reasonable prices, all kinds of Broken, Bggand Stove Coal; Mat, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal, Salt, lime and Sand. ' * 4V Persons ia want of anything in my line, wiU flnd it to their advantage...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

PRINCE & CO'S., World Kenowned Melodeons and Harmoniums, ¦im WTT " THE LATEST PATENTED _^Pg"jjpSMimprnvBments_.introducing the Basso tentito PrTrTlTni With the fifed or Pedal ba»» on the cheapest P 11/ V Instruments—from $14 to *m EARNEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED _* _" K _^_Ba. mr O SB 9 7 and 7K Octavesfull Iron frame, overstrungsmall and _Jarfte sizes, plain and very richly finished, from *175 to $460. HccorcHufr t.- > uty)e. AlsoPianos by _otbsr _urnKtrs, 8_^° E very Instrument Warranted. For Rale at the lowest "Wholesale prices, and tlibrral _deduction for Cash, or on small and convenient monthly _iUDtaliuontH. JAMK3 HKLLAK, Sole Agent, 279 f.nd 281 South Fifth Street, above Spruce, Sec 6-(_Jmo] Philadelphia. C. F. NORTON & CO., (or TOE LATE FIRM Op VAN DOSES, NORTON it 00.) MINER S A ND S HIPP E R S SiF THE CELEBRATED LOCUST MOUN" TAIN COAL. Also, dealers in the best Red Ash nylkill. Lebigh and Allegheny Bituminous Coal from the Hazel Dell Colliery. Offic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HUB.D_^S MOUTH WASH, A SUHB _BBMfil_^V 1'OU A BAD BREATH, BORE MOUTHS, CANK_32B . DISEASED BIiBBDINO GUMS, NURSING SORE * MOUTH * And ihe best _specific _fiow in use for any diseased condition of the mouth. _4t is particularly beneficial to persons vtearing ARTIFICIAL TEETH, . completely destroying every taint of the mouth , _absorbing and removing all impur ities, insuring A SWEET BREATH to all who make use of it. No _YbUNO Lady or _Yotjno GbhtijeMAN who ia afflicted with a B A D BREATH , should delay applying this remedy, for it is a certain cure, and is approved and recommended by every physician _undef whose notice it has been brou ght. Many persons -carry with them a bad breath, greatly to the annoyance and often to the disgust of those with whom they come in contact, without being conscious of the fact. To relieve yourself from all fears regarding this, USE DR. WM. B. HURD'S MOUTH WASH. Cleanliness of mouth is of great importance to the genera] health, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

WEST END HARDWARE 8_TORE:. Corner Penn and Third Streets, Opposite ihe Plough and Harrow Hotel, READING, PA. JOHN M'KNICHT. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DBAUSB, ZXH HARDWARE, STEEL, NAILS, FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, DRUGS, Dye Stuffs, &c. MERCHANT & BAR IRON HOLLOW WARE, CEDAR WARE, LOOKING GLASSES, &o January 18,1862-l ' y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

ABKO8 BSXSBXi S atwn _^£ _STP -safcit_, WH0LB8ALB AUD BKTAIL Wk»- 5_I0DLE UNO HARNESS 4_^BL _^. - , HANUFACTOaT, I_^ WJk&m_* Ea«tPbnnStekt,B.twim Wm§im?Bn s«,v«mth a»p _kiohth, _rW_^S_^_mi South Side, nearly opposite Faalg'i . _^.f _y «ip Berk* County House. The only SI _ttf?**K place B«.t of the Ba.lt Ho_*4, * lur/f if i/faj: BBADIH_6, PA, ^^•*«&«o».aAjattF January 14. lseo-tf I. a OHKMBROTJGH. KAAO a P*A)t8P> CHESEBBODBH X _PEMSOlf a«neral Oommisglon _Bfltoreluntt_, AND DEALERS IN PISH, CHEESE & _PROVISIONS, No. 5 North, Water Street, 8 doors above Market rttitADEMPHU, TT-AYE oonatantly on haad-tt Inge _MBortaam lX 0/ FISH, _CHSJCBS, HAMS, 8HOULDBB8, *o» 4a which fiiey will mU at the lrwect market prieM. ' _»- All order* promptly attended to. [feb 6, MM-ft FRESH GROCERIES —AT—REDXJOED PRKSES. At the Oorsor of Fifth and Sprneo _Strveta* «_w«h,_1 M. Klf PIR k ROB, Cheap Sngan. riREAV SUGARS AT KJ B. DI88LBB'H, Grocery and Dry Goods Store/48 West ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

HARVEY BIHCH * BROS., _U_^DAT _MTXUUMUr AGSSrOY, _H_^_- 63 WEST PENN BTEUBET, HEADING, PA. ESTABLISHED |y ENERGY AMD PERSlVERANGt. SubscrliXJons V «.lved fttr mU New-York and _IMillaael _i _, ,_^ paUy. p_»pe _rii. Per Annum. "_' ¦> _Pfr Amntum AlbionHew-York, »6 00Lan»^ to MoO _AtUntic Monthly, 3 00 I_^buJSKJJJLj *• „_„ *_% _^ AU the Tear Bound, 3 White' s ™_ij to American _AtfrtcnltnrUt 1 00 _alne, _' * »m *B!ucltwood'nMag«xine, 3 00 'London Quar. Bevw » nn Bon Ton Magazine of "' Lancet. * _voo _Faslilun, 5 00 " Art Journal, h«» Banker' * Magazine It. Y.6 00 " Punch, 6 00 " " Lo_«dOD,7 00 LltteU'ii Living Age, « 00 Bralthwatte'aBetraipeot, Little Pilgrim, SO esnil-innaal, 2 00 London World of Fain? British and Foreign Med- Ion, 4 SO leal Review, Quarterly, 3 00 "North British Bevlew, 3 00 Cornhill Magazine, 4 00 (forth American " o 00 Cultivator, Albany, . 50 Merry's Mu»»uin, 1 00 Country Gentleman, 2 00 Once a Week. 4 SO Chambers' Kdluburg Porter's Spirit of the Jou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

_f _ty Bill H took a jug to the _sn* op and asked for a gallon of whisky. He gave hie promise to pay for it on the spot. The jug was not empty. Bill stated that he had already bought a quart, but wished the concern filled as full aa it could hold. When the gallon waa poured into the jug the money was not poured out of Bill's pocket, for the latter was as empty as the former was full. Promises to pay were not received, and the grocer poured the gallon back again into the measure, leaving Bill to trudge off with his quart of rum, not much worse for the . little water with which it was diluted. The grocer's gallon was a little weaker, but Bill's quart bad become a g reat deal stronger. _fgy* A chap out west named Barnes, who bad made a 6peech at a war meeting, was criticised in the village paper, which Baid it was a very patriotic address, but the speaker slandered Lindley Murray awfully. The next day Barnea wrote a note to the editor, declaring he never knew such a man in his life...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HURD'S NON-ADHESIVE NEURALGIA PLASTERS, rou _thb cue* or NSURALQIA, or Toothache, produced by colds. LOCAL NBUliALGIA is immediately cured by their application., They act like a charm, and are perfectly harmless in their nature ; do not produce a blister, and leave no unpleasant results. DR. WM. B. HURD'S NEURALGIA PIASTERS never fail to give satisfaction to all who test their virtue. These articles are prepared at Dr. Hurd_'s Dental Office, No. 77 Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E/ D. Price, only 15 Cents each. A liberal discount made to dealers. Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, No. 1 Spruce at., N. T. Sold also by'Caswell, Mack & {}»., Mtth Avenue Hotel; J. & I. Coddi_/i;•'_-•», 71S Broadway; D. S. Barnes, 202 Broadway.— Sold in Philadelphia, by Dyott & Co., 232 North Second street; O. S. Hubbell, 1410 Chestnut street; Harvey Birch & Bros., Reading: and by all Druggists.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Ah Original Duel—Old Col. 8., of Wisconsin, Was an odd geniuB, a queer compound of comic seriousness. Replete with jokes, both original and selected, he was not slow in batching them up and dealing them out in email doses on different occasions. One evening at a party, a young gentleman upon whom the colonel had told some cutting jokes, feeling himself insulted, challenged the colonel id mortal combat. The challenge was accepted. Having the choice of weapons and the appointment of the place of meeting, the colonel told the young man to repair the following morning at six o'clock to a certain spot, and added, " that he would see that the weapons were there." The following morning) »t the indicated time, the young man repaired to the indicated spot; _Baid spot'being among the lead mines, was naturally furrowed with mineral holes.—" Well, .youngster," said -tha colonel, sticking his hands in his pockets and ejecting & superfluous quantity of tobacco juice from his capacious...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS A ND COUNTRY DEALERS. FURNITURE. _^^^^ r^^^_R _^ INDUCEMENT _Utortli Fifth Street3rd Door above the Old State House JOHN D. BERTOLETTE_, H AVING PURCHASED THE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet Furnitnre from B. Bertolette, he now offers to tbe public the largest aud roost complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to the _eltlzenu of Beading and vicinity. His stock consists Of _PASL0B, BALL, LIBRARY, 0SA3f_£SS, DININQ BOOM and _KITOHSif furniture, all of his own manufacture, and made in the moBt workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire satisfaction. Employing none bw experienced workmen, he feei« conadent of success. TO TBS T&ADB. He has con»tantly on band a large _otock ot Walnut, Mahogany and _Boaowuod Veneers, whleh have been selected with much oare. Coach Body, Flowing, Cabinet, Japan and Shellac _Varnlahaa; Undertaken' and T)pboUterer«' trimmings. UNDERTAKING. Ready-made Coffins always on baud, and Funerals atte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOR PASA AUTO WINKS*, _tfl AT THE OLD-SSTABLISHED STAND OF _M _Jd x_*. <3r. _so_^_.s , sk No* O West _Fca> Str»tn«xt door to *_ke Union Bank ofHeadinKi _TTTHO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM TT New-York and Philadelphia tbe Utest styles of HATS and CAPS Adapted to the _Beason. He has also received a line assortment of LADIES' FUB_8, BUFFALO ROBES, TRUNKS, CARPETBAGS , VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. As he pay Caub for all his goods, he ia enabled to sell them at the low e3 ' price*. E3P A large lot of the beat quality of BED FEATHER8 _received, >a whicl. the attention of _Uonsekeep«rs Urenpiictfuily iuvi<«_. i:-U _ttud examine.—No _Uonbls to KhoW ««•••*_- foot 18-tf HAEDWi_,_&£ & IB0N STORE, _wi_*.»>j.:&&.AXB Asia _rbtaxk. 'pHE sUB-OttlUKHS. HAVING BOUGHT J. tbe old Bmi'_- 1 -lird _Hnrdw/*re _«P_(i Iron Store of the late Frieker, •¦;•«.- ,.,,iu at (.&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

OFFICE OF JAY COOKS, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114 SOUTH THIRD gTUEEl1 , PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1862. TIII E UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN APpointed SUBSCRIPTION AGBNT by tre Secretary of the _Tressury, is now prepared to furnish, at once, the NcwTwenty Year 6 per cent Bonds Of the United States, designated as « Five-TwentleH," reae_«manle ut the _pleasure of the Government, after flve years, and authorized by Ael or Congress, approved February 25.1S62. • Tiie COUPON BONDS ate issued in sums of $50, $100, $600, and $!000. The REGISTER BONDS in wins of _*50, #100, _f500,*1000 and%5000. ¦ Interest at Six per cent, per annum w. lll commence from _Attle of purchase, and is . VA.TZAJSI.il IN _OOXiD. Semi-Annually, which 1b equalat the _presnnt premium on gold, to about _EIG HT PER _liENT. PBR ANNUM. Farmers. Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists, and all who have any money to invest, should know and remember that these Bonds are, ln effecta FIRBT MORTG AGE upo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

HOUSE, SIGN, AND DECOBATIVE FAINTIH6. GEORGE SElLINGr, SOUT H SIXTH STREET, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE the Schmucker House, is prepared, to execute orders for House aud Sign Fainting in all their branches, together with Painting and Graining in perfect Imitation ot all kinds of Wood aud Marble, in a style that cannot be surpassed, and at the lowest prices. He also_pays particular attention to Fresco _Paluting, real nod imitative, for Churches, Halle, Parlors , Drawing Rooms, Public Buildings, etc., and can rofer to numerous buildings in this city, and other cities and towns in Pennsylvania, for specimens of his work. A practical expeii-Bnee of twenty-live years as a Painter, warrants him in saying that bis work cannot be excelled in beauty of design, power or effectand finished execution. . -«3- lie will take orders for work in any part of this or adjoining States, and attend to them with punctuality and despatch. All letters _addressed to him On business. Will re * celve prompt attention....

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