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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

DE. WM. B. HU_»a)*S MOUTH WASH. A SUltE _BUMEDY i'OK. A BAD BREATH, SORE MOUTHS, , CANKER, DISEASED BLEEDING GUMS, NURSING SORB MOUTH And the best specific now in use for any diseased condition of the mouth. It is particularly beneficial to persons wearing AltTlFIClAL _TliJfiTil, completely destroying every taiut of the mouth , absorbing and removing all iuipunties, insuring A SWEET BHEATH to all who make use of it. No Young Lady or Young Gentleman who is afflicted _with a BAD BREATH, should delay appl ying this remedy, for it is a certain cure, and is approved and recommended b y every physician under whose notice it has been " brought. 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 DLL WM. B. HUllD'S MOUTH WASH. Cleanliness of mouth is of great importance to the general health, which is often ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_PRIHCE & COS., World _lienowncd Mclodeons and Harmoniums, _^ _^_bc_^ WITH THE LATEST PATENTED 0£_JAn5!rj3Bim proveiaent8, introducing tbe Basso tenuto Pi_*W ~ Wnfl with the eilect of Pedal bans <_Jn the cheapest If U V U If Instruments—from $io to *_S: ')0. EAENEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED »?• sr j&_^_mx 0S9 7 and 7>i _Octaven, full Iron frame, overstrung, _Rmxll and lar_^u _^izes, plain and very richly finished, from $175 to $400. _according to style. Alco, Pianos by other makers. _E2_P Every Instrument Warranted. For sale at the lowest wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction for Cash, or on small and convenient moutb)> _instalmentB. JaMK.s JiEI.lyAK, Sole A_^ent, 279 and 2S1 South Fifth Street, above Spruce, Dec 6-!3mo] Philadelphia. CASPER HEFT, TMP01lTF.ll AND DEALER IN WINES, LI-__£ QUORS aud SEGA US, No. 181 North Third Street, Philadelphia, would respectfully call tbe attention of hotel _keepers and others, to his well selected stock of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

HARDWARE & IRON STORE, W£XOX.SSikI.X3 AVID _ELSTAXXi. rr\RE 5UBSCRIBI3R8_, HAVING BOUGHT B the old _Established Hardware and Iron Store of the la.te Fricker, Stevenson & Co., and having added a large new Stock of goods ; would respectfully call the attention of the public to their large assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON , STEELPAINTS , OILS, _GLAfiiS. SADDLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS , 4C_, _StC, Which they are determined to sell at the very _lowast Market Prices, wholesale and retail. GEORGE LERCH A CO., Corner of Fifth and Market Square, next door to Borbon'_a Mansion House. (K«iin'« Old Staud). GEORGE LERCH] fan 18 [J. T. JACKSON. COAL, WOOD. SALT. _K_^wr_^_jcas mmz, amBjm_^_imrjtomm SAMUEL BOONE, (voaiiE&Lv _) John Sissing-er * Jr., Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading, Tl AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS ¦ MIJL a-t reaKOU_':<i>!« prices, all kinds of Broken, Egg and Stove Coal; Nut, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal, Salt, Lima and Sand. 4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

i'hii»it_!ou>ii!u _aiict Heaani_^ r,«n _u,,ml _VTINTER ARRANGEMENT 5i_^I 3_S _S_^^^aOF _PASSEyr_.ER _TlUlKs _eiw®ffijW'Wrag ''**^gft' Kovbmbkr 17, laea. ' (Passing Reading) DOWN, TO PHILADELPHIA, at U.30 and 11 lo m 12 noon, Mid 4.2_C1 P. M. °A _" M - UP, TO i_*OTTSVILJiE_, at 8.10 and 11.10 A. M and c i P. M, ' 'J WEST, TO LEBANON AND HARKISBI'Kfj: Western Express l'r<ttn New-York, at 12.07 midnivli ' i Mail Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and 6 00 P. M. On Sundays, the Down A. M. Train passes Keadiui/ i 9.21 A. M , _at.d Up Traiu, at fl.f_.7 P. M. Kl Ht Hoth 11.10 A. M. aud Coo p. M. up Trains connect at 1>, i CU»to«ft,r'lV»»_,u»,WillUnwp«rll Hlmtr»_, Butfrvlo_, _MknS and Canndii. The 11.10 A. M. Train only connects at Port _Ciinun for Wilk_^sbarve, Suranton ami i'iltston. ' The We._steru Exprc.hK Trains _couuect at _HarrisbntR with Express Trains on tho _l'_eiiD._sylvunia Kailroad for l'in _baruh, and all poiuth Wast; and the Mail Truins conn.ci _iVt _Tlarrisl....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

FTJES! FURS!! FURS!!! LADIES' FANCY FURS! ff» FAREIRA & THOMSON ->» ML m.n stand — above _VfeV _isBBl. No. 818 I> , _^ _TC_^^^_Nl _Kighth, South * Side, «-/^B PHILADELPHIA. .<te_#/7jlDnig!*?ll8M Importkks & Mancfacturing _WfiTiWHi FURRIERS. _WKlMJm_^W_^^_m Have just opened their Entire WIT _ilSSB_^a ««o _«°<i fcot Ladlef' and Child-PSlAiM^^Si ren ' s Fancy FURS-manufac fM&l J _^_yj]^^* tured in a11 Ihe ieadin _»de«{r _- _SiVt _liii_^_ff ' TjT -N _aP_*al '_l(t siy _l*8 ' 5n 8 reat variety : _^_Pw _irf _lvnf_^T _^ _TF STOCK LARGE _^ffljiljll / * * _Jfe ASSORTMENT ^^^^_M_^s_^1 _^ COMPLETE PRICES LO W—rexaidless of tbe United Sta'es Tax. FAREIRA. & 111OMSON, oct 25-3mo] 818 Market Street, above Eighth. Phila. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FTJKS. "We have _opRiied a _liandsome stock of 3_MBT_> -T& LJ B&Z. 2«_aS 9 Comprising //UDSON BA Y SAHLE, MINK SABLE, _* SIBERIAN SQ UIRREL, &c. &c. T- AD...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

OFFICE OF JAY COOKE, SUBSCKIl'TIOIf AGEKT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114 SOUTH THIRD STJR.KET, PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1862. THE _UNDERS1CJN15_U, HAVING BEEN APpointed _SUHSUKirriON AGENT l.y the Secr«tary of the Treasury, is now piepared to furnish, at once, the New Twenty Year 6 per cent Bonds Of the United Ftates, designated as " Five Twenties," redeemable at the pleasure of the Government, after five jears. and authorized by Act of Congress, approved FebruarTh " e COUPON _I_5OND5 are issued in buhib of $50, $100, $500. and ¥1000. The KKG1_STER BOND6 in_^_nms of _Si.JO, $100, $500,$1000 and $5000. Interest at Six per cent, jer annum will commence from ante of purchase, and _iw _riLYA32i"S XE7 GOLD, Semi-Annually, which i_« equal, at the present premium on gold, to about EKJHT PEH .'ENT. PEIi _AKNUM. Farmers. Merchants, Mechanics. Capitalists, and all who have auy money to invent, should know and remember that tbe_^e Bondsare, iu effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon all R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_HSf He who has discovered an original idea for a New-Year ' 8 Address may well shout Eureka.' The Lebanon Courier, living in a Dutch-English atmosphere, started its carriers out on New-Year's morning singing thus: As I go forth, Woch' ein, Woch aus, Die Zeitung trag to every house, I often feel gans matt and mued; Doch huelft _ee Nichts, I must proceed. But when I think welch' _grosse Freud' The paper gives den guten Leut', I feel refreshed, und muetig geh' Tlirough heat and dust, durch Frost and _Schnee! Der liebe _Christdag comes at last—Das Yahr am end, its labors past; Dankehr Ich ein with my Address, Gar _sehoen gedruckt, fresh from the _TresB. " Welcome !" they say, " mein braver Held; Take this, ein VIERTEL silver geld !"¦ I take the QUARTER, hoeb mein Hut, And say: "Mein Herr, _bist garzu gut!" This makes me feel erstaunlich wohl; Ein neues Leben fills my soul; For Christmas now _ist mir ein Freud', I too have-CASH, wie andere Leut!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

A " Timber Hat."—Somewhere about the year 1780, so runs the tale, a traveller millwright—in those days the king of mechanics—footsore, and with the broadest northern Doric accent, stopped at Soho, a locality once indica tive of field sports, but then the engine factory of Boulton & Watt, and asked for work. His aspect was little better than one of " beggary and poor looks," and Mr. Boulton had bidden him god-speed to some other workshop, when, as he was turning away sorrcFwfully, Mr. Boulton suddenly called him back : " What kind of hat have you on your head, my man?" "It's _juat timmer, sir." " Timber, my man! Let's look at it. Where did you get it ?" " I just made it, Bir, my _ainsel!" " How did you make it?" "I just turned it in the lathie." " But it is oval, man! and a lathe turns things round!" " Aweal! I just geared the lathie gang anither gait to please me. I'd a long journey afore me, and I thocht I'd have a hat to keep - out water ; and I hadna muckle siller to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

FURNITURE ^^^^^^fh IMDUCEMEMT PRICES. _v ~ ' (i gtj_^_¥r _^^ BUYERS. NQi-tfi _JPiftli Street, 3rd Door _above the Ol_»l State House JOHN D. BERTOLETTE, H AVING PURCHASED THE LARGE ANP extensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bei'tolette, he now offers to the public the largest and moBt complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to tbe citi/.Bnfi of _KeadiuK aud vicinity. His stock consists of PARLOR, UALh. LIBRARY, CHAMBER, DINING ROOM and KITCHUN Furuiture, alt of his own manufacture, and made in the most workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire _satinfaction. _Employing none but experienced worKmon, lie feolo confident of _sucoess. TO T2_ESE T2ULZHB. He has constantly on haud a lar_^e stock ot Walnut, Mahogany and liosewood _Veueors, which have been selected with much care. Coach Body, Flowing, Cahiuet, Japan and Shellac Varnitiheft; U udevtakers' and Upholsterers' trimmings. UNDERTAKING. Ready-made _CofBns always on hand, and Funerals attended to in tb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

MOST IMPORTANT. —Madame ZADOC PORTER'S Curative Halt-am ia sold at a price which _brings it in the reach of every one to keep it convenient for nHe. The timely nse of a ttingle bottle will prove to be worth 100 times its cost. NOTICE.—Save your Money !—Do not be per-¦naded to purchase articles at 4n. to *1, which do not contain the _virtnex of a Dime Bottle of Madame r\>rter'n Curative Balsam, thecoKt of _manufacturiug which ia an great as that of almost any other medicine: and the very low price nt which it is sold, makes tbe profit to the Heller apparently unall. and _unpriiicijiled _nraiers will _sometimes recommend other niediciaes on which their protitH aro larger, unless the customers _iunibt upon having Madame Porter's and noue other. A«k for Madame Porter's tJnrative Balsam, price IS ceutx, and in lar_^e bottles a.t 2s>cents, and take no other. If you can not get it at one store yon can at _anotlier. _t_^F* SoId b .va_1 ' _druggists and Store-keepers at 13...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

fUU|~Sittsui$ THE SPIRIT OF TUB CAMP. I. King Alcohol, cohol_, _coliol, ' King Alcohol, coho! Stand forth and say, you ancient curse, "Why fall you, thus, from bad to worse As through the camp you go Wo! As through the camp you go? II. Time was "when brigadiers, adiers, Their _mfirry men could show That genial bumpers, at the feast, The pith of heart and hand inct eased, But that was long ago Wo! But that was long ago. III. For nothing now-a-days, a-days_, Doth wicked _auiler _etow To aggravate the soldier's thirst But pyrotechnic brands accurst Such as are quaffed below Wo! Such as are quaffed below. [ Vanity Fair

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_KArtrEif m&ffi 4 BROS _asmAT _ZiiSTCRimir agency, No. 63 WEST PE3_STN STREET, HEADING, PA. ESTABII8HE_5J SY ENERGY AHP _PERSEVERAHCE. Subscrip tions received for all STc-w-Yovlt nifxl Pliiln-rtelphin. Uulljr 1_'awcvs. Per Annum. ' Per Annum Albion, New-York, $0 00 Atlantic Monthly, » 00 All the Year Rouud, 3 00 American _Agriculturixt 1 00 *BU.cWood _« Magazine, Bon Ton Magazine of Fashion, Banker's _Magazine _N. Y. a 00 5 00 oo! oo I I ooj :i ' London,7 Braitliwaite'_s Retrospect, semi-annual. 2 British and Foroiffn _' Medical rioview, tjuarterly, Gornhill _Magrmno, Cultivator, All>unj_, Country Gentleman, Jhiiluburti' lidiiihu'g _Jourunl, _Cbexis Magazine DeKuw's Keview, Dollar _Newuimpei_*, Eclectic Magazine, *Edinbnrg Keview, Quar torly, Godey'_s Lady' Book, Hall'_u Journal o' Health, Historical Magazine, Harper's Magazine, _Harper's W _^kly_, HonicQHurlBt. " colored plates, Hunt's Merchant's Maga line, Home Journal, Home Magazine, IllUHt'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

TO THE LADIES • _•ZZ_2 I1E_3E JML _HtKT j!_9_^. m GLASS AND &UEENSWARE. WE HAVJB NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of the following kinds of FAxircir CBXE_7_A _aXltxcImHb: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizes, Card Baskets, Card Heceivrrs, Jewel Boxes. Cologne Bottlee, Motto Coffees, Watch _Holders, Inkstands, Cigar Stands, and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for tho What-Not. Also Bohemian and French Glassware, Such atiWine Bottles, Decanters, Goblets and _WineGlasxeg, Liquor _Settn, Cigar Stands, Card JUaxkets, Cologne Bottle*, Cake and Frnit Stands in great variety, CaBtoris, Salt Cellars, _Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c, &c, and Common QlHxgware ot evtry description; together with an extensive QTjrssjerswAJiB_, _Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea aud Toilet _settf, _ToaaBj C..ff.fe Clips. D!bt._ef, Hi-eikfiibt ihd _liiitter Plate-, Dishes uf all kinds, Pitchers, Mugs, Bowls, &c, 4c, with a full line of common ware, all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

THE TIMES DEMAND ECONOMY. wjvi. c. _kroitsb_, IN ORDER TO MKET THE DEMANDS OF the times, uow manufactures Berks County K.ye and Wheat Coffee, Which is warranted equal to tbe best article in the market. The public is requested to give it a trial. -8S- M-nufkctyry. South.-West Corner of Fifth anil Chestcut Streets, Reading, Pa. _Ljao 11-tf ^¦._A.xjFtavtOTJjvr i_« COAL OIL WORKS, MANUFACTURE THE BEST BURNING OIL in the City ; warranted pure and sweet, non-explo „ , -e_^.s Bm«ll when burning, no crUping tk« wick, buius longer than a;;y other Oil made in Philadelphia, to which l_. UOO_. OOj Certificates can bo obtained. Also, _BliXZlSB always on baud. _OlTice No. 233 North Third street, Phila. JACOH S. FRY. deg»13-3m] OEO_. LEKCII & CO., _Keadiny, Agents. GLASS ! GLASS ! ! GLASS 1 ! !—A LARGE &Kt<6ftment _compvieing _iu part Genuine _Kftsded Vernon Goblets, Champs, Wines, _iSggs, Beer Mugs. &c, &c. For sale ch«ap at PEOCOCK'S_, dec 6 40 _Soatb. 8t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

ILMLO& SBIDSL'S _CHIIAF •^_S.._^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tM SADDLE AND HARNESS _^_jjJai, / _ MANUFACTOKV, ££ _& ¦ i^\»> East i'KNN Stkkkt, Dktwkkh M_^fW_^^M Skv entu an-i) Eksiitij_, _HT_^P_^^iifir _wi' _vl South Sido, nearly opposite _FaHijr_'_i _^_ftff Jo jV' Berks County House. The only '- _" A ' ^/f-_^n place _Kast ofthe Itail Koad_, g3K«n<4i««is4_»- READING, PA. _^i **< **»a_«.O_*'tf*'_B .Tannary 14,18oO-tf E. C. CHKSEB11OUGH. IiAAO 0. PEARSON _GHESEBBOU&U & _PEArlSUN _O_^enarsl Commission _JMEercbants_» AND DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS, No. 6 North _s Water Street, 3 doors above Market PHILADELPHIA , EWE constantly on band a large _aseortmea of FISHCHKK8KHAMS, SI1_OULPKR8, Ac, *• they will _aell at the lcve_«t market pilcei. «»• All orders promptly _tttrodwl to. [ieb 6, \W-_*i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

BAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement , COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBER I7thf 1882. Direct lo Ntw-Tork Without Change of Can. fiBiflgSSal i&_^_FK ON AND AFTER MONDAY , _E _nf_^Dtrnr IBBB Kot_. 17th, 1862, Passenger Train _Z2SG2_iEl:_3C2I5eilwUl leave Heading daily, (Sundavs excepted) for Allentown, Mauch Chunk, R_^thlelicm, _Eiiwtoa. New-York, ic, 4c, at 0.18 A. M., 11.lj a M., and 4.20 P. M. from the UPPER DEPOT. The 6.18 A. M. train is the Eastern Express, without change 'if cars from Pittsburgh, and arrives in New-York at l0.';0 A. M. This train will stop only at Lyons, Allantown, Bethlehem, Eastonand the principal stations on the Jemey Central. The 11.10 A. M. Train will stop at all 8_tattonn _betwoen Beading and _AlUnrowu, and tho 4.20 P. M. Train »l all _Stationer _ttxeept _Merztown »ui AI _Bartta* The u.l'. A. M. Train arrive* in New-York At 6.00 P. M. and the 4.20 P. M. Train at 10.15 P. M. Trains will leave New-York daily (except Sundays) at 6 A. M., 12 noon,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

NEW DRY GOODS. john s. rm_^^isoN & co.f No. 18 WiSST VKJSJX JS'l'ltJEKT, HAVl-1 NOW ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTluent of very _dfisirablu WIA'TEK DRY GOODS, to which _tlio attention of _puruhiisors i» ruspoctlully iuviled. Tho Ktouk _coinpriMUH: Elegant Silks, French Merinops, Printed MerinoeR, Kepps. All Wool DeLaines, Printed Ca'shmero-s, Crape Poplins, _Wald _Valeuclas, Shepherd _Pliids, Printed _Colmrps, Chaiao Laine Shawls, liroche Shaw.8, Shepherd Plaid Shawls, Fancy Plaid Shawls, Cloth _Sucques, Cloth Cireuliii'H, ClotliR, CaRKiineres and Testings, LinenR and _WhiteGoods, Kmbroideries, Gloves aud _Hosiery, Flannels, _Satinetta_, Jeans, _Ginghamu, &c. {nov S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

FANCY FURS! FANCY FUBS! JOHN FAREIRA, Ifb. 718 AKVJI Street, below _fiig/Uh, South side, X'UILADELPHIA, m lMPORTBELAND MANUPACTUKEit of, and Dealer in all kinds of ,-».F!_L T&.TICY TTJTLB, w _f_^ '&J&K. forLapies.' and _ChiIiPKbn'_s Wbab. I _1^*> ' i*?f?^_k desire to say to _tu ' y friends of Keadin(f /^;_0_?fcWW and the surrounding Counties that I have /^-_^ Jpfi _ffl -now in store, one of the _largest and most _VtLiff '* f'lslj * beuuli/ul assortments of all kinds and iSf_^_T_^-g: qualities of FANCY FURS, for Ladies' JZ/_aj_^_SSF an '_^ Chi'd>'en'_# _Wtar% that will be worn .-_^_S sii !!'Wf . ~ during this Fall and Winter. My Furs were _purchased in Knrope, previous to-the rise in Sterling Exchange, and the New Duty Imposed on all Furs Imported since the first of August. v . 1 would also frtate, that an long as my stock lasts, I will a(!' 4f It at pi'icmi proportionate to what the _uooiIk _eoxt me; but, it will be impossible for me to Import...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

OR, WM. B, HURD'S TOOTH POWDEE. This Powder possesses the CARBONIC WITHOUT THE INJURIOUS PROPERTIES OF CHARCOAL, and is free from all Acids or Alkalies that can in the least injure the Teftth. Its action _beino entirely mechanical POLISHING WITHOUT WEARING THE _ENAMEIi. DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTH POWDER IS RECOMMENDED BY ALL EMINENT DENTISTB. Price, 25 Gents per Sox.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOB. _FAXi_£ AX7D WINTER, _g~ \ AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND OF _BR _j_^C» _^F* . Or. 33O^\.iS, S_^ No* C West, _Ptiin Street, next door to the Ui»_1oji JSauk of Reatling, WHO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM New-York and Philadelphia the latest styles ol HATS and GAPS Adapted to tbe Season. Me has also received a fine aeaortjueat of LADIES' FURS, BUFFALO ROBES, TRUNKS, CARPETBAGS, VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the _lowest cash prices. As he pay Cash for ail his goods, he in enabled to sell them at ihe low est prices. _£j§f- A large lot of the _beBt quality of BED FEATHERS received, to which tho attention of UpuseUeeperw lfcrBvpretfully invited. Call aud examine.—No trouble to _shotr goods. [oot 18-tf

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