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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

For Rats, Mice, Roaches, \_nta, Bed Bugs, _JMoths in Furs, Woollens, <fec_. Insects on Plants, Fowls, /_Vuiiuals, &c. Put op in 25c. SOc. and $1 00 Boxep, _Bottler, and _Vlaskf, _$:_l aud $5 Bizes for U_«rEi_,B, Public _Issrirvrjoxf, &c. " Only infallible remnaies known." " Freo _ffom Poigong." 11 Not dangerous to the Human Family." "lUts come out of their boles to die." 4®- Sold Wholesale iu all large cities. 45B_* Sotd by all Drurgkts and Hetaiiers everywhere. * g- !'. ' . Bewabe!!!" of all worthless imitations. _^ ®* S«e that " _Costab's " name is ou each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you _' buy. j_^-AddreBB HKNRY B. _COSTAU, *B" PRTHcrpAL Depot 4S2 _Bhoadwat, N. Y. *S- Sold by—HARVEY _BIUCFI & Oo., Wholesale and Retail; X. S. Stevens ; J. K. McCdkdt ; R. P. Hunter &Co., READING, PA. [Jan 17-9mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_f_®-A COUGH, _COU_), Oil AN IRRITATED THROAT if allowed to progvesa, results _lu serious Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, oftentiiaga incurable. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reach directly _tlis affected part* aud give almost instant relief. _lu_^_RONcnins, Asthma, and _Catahsh they are benafici&l. The good effects resulting from the nse of ihe Troches, ftpd their extended use, has caused them to be _couutorfeited. Bttoiirato guard against. worthless _iraitatfvse. Obtainonly the genuine Brown's Bronchial Troches which have prov&l tbelr efficacy by a test of many years. Public Spbakkbs and Singers should use _tha Troches. Military Officers and Soldiers who over-tax the voice and are exposed to sadden change*, should have them. Sold everywhere at 23 ceata pre l/v*. , [j-m. 24-3mo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S03.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

$t>,«38 Leaving balance in the Treasury, 2S1 to _$6.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

CONSTITUTION WATERTHE _GKBAI _RBUBOT FOR THE CONSTITUTION AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES AND DISEASES qV THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These Dangerous and _Troublesome Diseases, which have thus far Resisted the-bmtt directed Treatmenteanbe Completely Controlled bu the REMEDY now before us! THE CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct _themselves to the organs ot accretion, and by so altering the condition of the stomach land liver that the starchy principle of the food Is not converted into sugar so loug as tfae system Is under the influence of the CONSTITUTION WATER. which gives those organs time to recover their healthy tnna and vigor. We are able to state that the Constitution Water has cared every case of Diabetes in which It has boen (riven. _67V1.VK IS TTTF. TtT,._1T>nWR. CALCULUS, GRAVEL, jiiu-'h s-a-'iT .. '_?&¦ ."'.*• rs. .>.v;» .vrmus-.QB .V. ''. Ky }>?*< '!' ¦ .' ¦ 3' ~ US J- >7' ,'XZ _l.'_KIX. _- Trz- 'ts_. Ti' t-'i._!-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HURD'S NON-ADHESIVE NEURALGIA PLASTERS FOB TBB (JURE OF nrsuB.jix.axA, or Toothache, produced by colds. LOCAL MBUKALU_1A is immediately cured by their application. They act like a charm , and are .perfectl y harmless iu their nature ; do nol produce a blister, and leave no unpleasant results. DR. WM. B. HURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS 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 It rice, only Id Cents each. A liberal discount made to dealers. Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, No. 1 Spruce St., N. T. Sold also by Caswell, Mack &-<3o., Fifth Avenue Hotel; J. & I. C' oddington, 715 Broadway; D. S. Barnes, 202 Broadway.— Sold in Philadelphia , by Dyott & (Jo., 232 North Second street; O. S. Hubbell, 1410 Chestnut street; Harvey Birch & . Bros., Heading; and by all Druggists. Notice.—We are _daity receiving orders to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_PRIKCE & COS., World Kenowned Welodeons and Hiirnioitiums, _am__ l _mv" THE _LATEST PATENTED _fl8_^_jSr m3 improYf 'n""1!8 intrOcIuciu K the Basso temito _Wn Hi ' nH wllD 1Dl" * tflPCt of P'"_'1 _*1hl ''?8 "O _*ne _cheapeat U • K 1/ Ulnatrutueuts—from $40 toWSO. EARNEST GaBLER'S UNSURPASSED •• SL _sVk_*. JW «J» 85* 9 7 aud "X "cti.ves, full Iron frame, nveratrung small and lame riz»», plain and very richly _nnixt><>d, from $175 to S-100. according in «ryle. Ai_«u. Fiauo_* by other _nmicerii. (!^i Every Int-truuient Warra-led. For Rale ¦ £. ' . Ihn lowe_?' »hiiie>-ale _t>rici>ti. »ud a liberal _dednctinn for Cai-h, «r _K,a Kioall and _cxuveuient monthly iuntaliiixnru. Ja.H- •.- -E:.!_, _>K, S._iie AKf-ul. 279 and 281 £ou_>h Fifth Street, above Spruce, Dee G-e.iiul ._ Philadelphia. CASFER HEFT, I MPORTER A2>D DEALER IN WINES, LII QUORS and SEGARS, No. 161 North Third Street, Philadelphia, would respectfully ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

TBE MORSE . Ike Partington is well advanced in his _clasc. He is in some things, beyond the teacher's art, and could, in fact, give that functionary eome lessons in arts wherein he is perfect. Ike dielikea " composition," where a theme is given out to be written upon by scholars, and his credits are not very great for his efforts ic that direction geueraily, bnt the other day he astonished _thn master and every one in school by _aa elaborate article on the horse. He was called upon to read it aloud to the t-cholars, and upon getting upon the platform, be made a bow and began:— " Thb HoKDi —The horse is a quadruped, With four legs, two behind and tiro before. He haa tail that grows to the bind part of his bod}, that _niLf._*_ii>» Iia_« _fitrniftliMi him with tn drivA the flies away. Bis bead is situated on (be other end, opposite his tail, and ia used principally to fasten a bridle to him by, and to put iuto a basket to eat cats with. Horses are very useful animate, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_Profession and Practice.—Two kinds of witnesses are often encountered in courts of-justice —the unwilling witness, and the too-willing witness. Here is one who doesn't seem to coce under either category: Tie prosecuting attorney thus addresses biro. *' Mr Parka, state, if you please, whether the _defendant, to jour knowledge, has ever followed any profession." •'He has been a professor eTer since I have known him." "" " Ah ! a professor of _whatS" •• A profpssor of religion." "You don't understand me, Mr. Parks.—What does he do?" •< Well, generally what he _pleasea." "Tell the jury* Mr. Parks, what the defendant follows." " Gentlemen of the jury, the defendant follows the crowd when they go to drink " " Mr. Parks, tbia kind of prevarication will not do here. Now. state, eir. how the defendant supports himself. "I saw him last night supporting himself against a lamp post." 11 Jlay ii _pleaee your Honor, this witness shows an _ev:_ds!-t disposition to trifle with this hono...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ILLUSTRATED SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, THE BEST MECHANICAL PAPER IN THE WORLD _BXa&TXLSSraB 1_TSAK. VOLUME VIII.-NEW SERIES A NEW VOLUME OF THIS POPULAR /V Journal commences on tbe first of January. It is published wrbkltand every Dumber _conlaina sixteen pages of nsefo) information, and from five to t#n original _engravings of new inventions and discoveries , ail of wbich are prepared exprecs'Y for lis columns. To the Mechanic and Manufacturer. No _pernon engaged in any of the mechanical or manufacturing pursuits should think of "doinK without" the EorENTiFio A.mekican. It co»U but six cents per week; every number contains from six to tea _engravlugB of new _machiues and Inventions, which can nut be found in auy other DublicatiuD. To the Inventor. Tbe Scientific American is _indUpenaablB to every Inventor, as it not only contains Ulumra'ed'descriptlons of nearly all the best inventions as the> come out, bnt each number contains an official .List of the Claim_* of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HURB'S MOUTH WASH, A SURE REMEDY FOR A BAD BRBATH, SORE MOUTHS, CANKEB, DISEASED _BJjEEDUHQ 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 ARTIFICIAL TEETH, completely destroying every taint of the mouth, absorbing and removing all impurities, insuring A SWEET BREATH to all who make use of it. No Youko Lady or Young Gentleman who is afflicted with a BAD BREATH, should delay applying this remedy, for it is a certain cure, and is approved - and recommended by 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 DR. WM. B. THIRD'S MOUTH WASH. Cleanliness of mouth is of great importance to the genera] health , which is often affected, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF _PHII.ADB1_.PHIA. OFFICE, Nob. 43S AHD 437 CHE8THUT STBKBT. Capital, .... . $400,00000 Perpetual Pren.ltune, - - $924,348 11 LessFlvePerCent.- - JW" !! to* » Unexplred Temporary Premiums, 203,633 95 LeBK for the portion of time expired on policies over one year, 20,085 66 ¦ ¦— — 913_** ) *_"_8 40 _Bnrnln.. ... . 858,32950 Total, - - - . *9,3»0,00S _TS Statement of the Assets of the Company, January 1, 1863. First Mortgages, amply secured, - $1,991,760 47 Real Estate, (present value «125,63» 16) cost 103,991 33 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Securities«3,6i5 13 Stocks, (present value *_SS,863 «6) cost - 85,171 10 Motes and bills receivable, - • • 1,956 60 Cash, 28,370 66 $2,294,674 36 Advance Ia Value of Real Estate over cost, 21,638 83 Advance In Value Qf,_Stocks over cost, • 3 , 692 66 Total, • • • $2,320,006 76 49» The only Profits from Premiums which this Company can divide by law, are from Risks which have been determined. Extract fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 1803. W E _HAYB MVQH _PLEASURE IN INforming tbe public ibat one of our contributors for tne coming year, will our , THEODORE S. FAY. We confess _toianeommon pride and pleasure In this renewal of intercourse with tbe friend and intimate of.osher days, and we look to be felicitated for it, by the established readers who constitute the family of the Ho jib _Jochsal. We have in preparation, also, for _the coming year, several ' ' _VEBT THRILLING _^TORIES. Some of the ablest of living pens are engaged for us, in translating from the French and German; and our own original narrative-writers are among, the first. We are fortunate, also, iu travellers gone abroad who are literary _Conirikitiori_), and we are anticipating for our reader* a _diomi agreeable surprise in the quality of these SKETCHES OF _TKAViBi.8 AND ADVBNTUUB_*.'. Bnt tbe feature of our Journal, wbich we have not yet mentioned, is perhaps the most, _rtclterche of ail; its prominenee as S9M THE _KXPONR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

HARDWARE & IRON STORE, WliOI.B8AI.Xl AITS RB ' _VAXJb. e VHE _SUBai/_BIBJJRP, HAVING BOUGHT J_ the old _Established Hardware and Iron Store of the late Pricker . Steventon Si Co., and having added a _larue new Stock of ffo<id»; Would reHpectfnlly call tbe attention of the imhltq ti> the_'r IsrHe _UMaortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, JJi' jy. STBHL, t>A/NTS, 'JILS, GLAUS, SADDLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS, *e., Ae., Which they are determined to sell at the verv lowest Market Prices, wholesale and retail. GKORGE LEHCH & CO.. Corner ot Fifth and Market Square, next door to Borbon_'e Mansion liout,e. (Keiin's Old Stand). _OEOKGE LERCU.] jams . [j_.Ti JA0K8ON COAL, WOOD, SALT. ¦^«M1»_3 _mMz. _SAJMflla SAMUEL BOONE, (_foemerltJ , John Kissinger* Jr», Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading Tl AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS XI at reasonable prices, all kinds of Broken, Egg and Stave Coal_; Nat, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal. Salt i,lm« and Sand. ' ' «_T Pers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

HARVEY BIRCH & BROS., O&SAT XITZJKA&7 AGENCY NO. 63 WEST FENjN 8TR&ET_, READING, PA. ESTABLISHED BY ENERGY_ AND PERSEVERANCE. Subscriptions received for all New-York and Philadelphia Daily Paper*. Per Annumi Per Annum. Albion, New-York, Jiti 00; Law Reporter, 93 0 Atlantic Monthly, 8 OO|Le«li»'u Illiut'_ed Vawb, S 00 All the Yeai _Rouud, 3 00_|Leslie's Family Maga-Ainericau Agriculturist 1 01)! 21 e, 3 00. * black wood (.Magazine, 3 00 "London Qoar. Review, 3 00 Bon Ton Magazine of '¦ Lancet, 5 00 FaKhion, 5 00 " Art Journal,. 9 00 Banker's Magazine N T. 5 00 " Punch. 6 00 " " London, 7 Ut> Litlell'_s Living Age, _e 00 Braith _waited BstroKpeet, LiUle Pilgrim, _CO SBini-annual, 2 00 London World of Fagh-Urlt_'sL and _Foreign Med- ion, 4 ffu ical _iicvww,CJ_,iuuerly,3 '0 *Nortb British Review, 3 00 CorcIiSH Magazine 4 uOIVirrb "ADietrisan " 6 00 Cu;tivator, Albany, oO ' Meiry's _JUusenm , 100 Country Ge=tlemaa, 2 OolOncea Week. 4 50 Cbumhers' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Philadelphia and Reading Bail Koad WINTER _AURANGEMENT ISslHGHBB30F PASSENGER TRitrK, _* »«» _^ * November 17, 1803 . " (Phsuing Reading) D0WK, TO PHILADELPHIA, at 0.30 and 11 10 a v 12 noon, and 4.20 P. M. ' "•l0 »-lt, UP, TO rOTTSVILLE, at 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 _F M .WEST, TO tEBANOM a_»D HarbI_8BUR0. Western Express from New-York, at 12 07 _mldniohf Hall Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and « 00 P. Mml<Ini8llt. On Sundays, the Down /RSI. Tra'in ' passes TU.J. 9.2_> A. M , and Up Train, at 6.87 P. M V iteadllI|f .it Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. JI. np Trains conne,t ,o _CHntonforTaiuaqua,Williamsport, Elmira. Buffaln k, ort and CftnRdn. " 1 ft '"_Wn The 11.10 A. SI. Train only connects at Port m. for _WHkoftbarre, Scranton and Pittoton Cl!Btl >« TBe Western Express Trains connect at _HarrlPhnrir _*u_, Bxpress Trains 9a the Pennsylvania Kailroad for 1? "' burKh, and all.points West; and the Mall Train/™ '"_"• at HarrUl,urK for Lancaster, _Chambersbarg, San bury " ur_^1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS A ND COUNTRY DEALERS. CABINET _-_^_SSS S&z_^ CREAT FURNITURE _p_^ _l_^_w_^_pfjftk INDUCEMENT North Fifth Street.3rd Door above the Old State House JOHN D. BERTOLETTE, HAVING PURCHASED THE LARGE AND _oxtensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bertolette, be now offers to the public the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to the citizens of Reading and vicinity. BHfs'stock _consists of PARLOR, HALL, LIBRARY, _WHAMBEB, DINING ROOM and KITCHEN Furniture, all of bis own manufactureand made In the most workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire satisfaction. Bmploylug none bnt experienced workmen, he feels conndent of success. . , SO _VSS TRADE, He has constantly on hand a large etock of Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood Veneers, which have been selected with rauoh care. Coach Body, Flowing, Cabinet, Japan and Shellac VarnisheB; Undertakers' and Upholsterers' trimmings. .¦ UNDERTAKING. Ready-made Coffins a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

fiuitl-Shiacl*. MY LOVE Mj lore, dear man, turns in bis toes, My love is tangle kneed, Cross-eyed, left-handed, hair and beard In hue are disagreed. Be has no soft and winning Yoice , Ho single cbarm has he, And yet, this awkward, ugl y man Is all the world to me. My neighbor gay rejoices in A beauty of a man, Straight limbed, fair faced, and find Ms peer She knows no mortal can. I look upon his handsome form * And own 'tis fine to see, _JSut turn back to the homely man Thafa ill l.hn world to me. There's Mrs. Flirt and Mrs. Ghat, Each with their cavalier; They smile, and wonder how I oan Call _snch a fright "my dear." Bnt it is just as strange, I think, How they can .happy be Without my homely man, for he Is all the world to me. Don't ask me why, I cannot tell 'Tie all a mystery; I've sought myself, a thousand t _' _mrs Its secret history. Meanwhile my heart grows sad to think How drear this life would be, Without this awkward, homely man, Who'« all the world to me.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

OFFICE OF JAY COOKS, 8UB£_CKIPTI0N AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1862. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN APpointed 8DB8 RIPTION AGENT by tre Secretary of the _Tieattury, is now prepared to famish, at once, the New Twenty Year 6 per cent Bonds Of the United Stated, designated as "Five Twenties," redeemable at the pleasure of tbe Government, after five _> ears and authorized by Act of Congress, approved February 25, 1862. The COUPON;BONDS ate issued in sums of 950, $100, $500. and $1000. \ Tbe RE01_STEITB0NDS in sums of $50, $100, $500, $1000 and &3000. • Interest at Sis per cent, per annum will commence from date of purchase, and is _FAYABIUB 1ST _OOIiD, Semi-Annually, which is equal, at the present premium on gold, to about EIGHT PEK < ENT. PEK ANNUM. _\ Farmers. [Merchants, Mechanics Capitalists, and all who bave any money to invert, should know fti'd remember that these Hondo are, in effect, a FIRS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

HOUSE, SIGN, AHD DECORATIVE PAIHTIHG. GEORGE SEELING, QOUTH SIXTH STKEET , DIRECTLY OPPO-(^ SITE tbe Scbmacker House, Is prepared to execute or. _dern for House and Sign Fainting in all their branchesto* gether with Painting and Graining in.perfect imitation ol all kinds of Wood and Marble, in a style that cannot be surpassed, and at the lowest prices. He also pay particular attention to Fresco Fainting, real and imitative, fur Churches, Halls, ParlorsDrawing-Rooms, Public Buildings, etc., and can refer to _nnmerons buildings in this city, and other cities and towns in Pennsylvania, for specimens of his work. A practical expeiienca of twenty-five years as a Painter, warrants him in saying that his work cannot be excelled in beauty of design, power or effect, and _uuiebed execution. 49- He will take orders for work in any part of this or adjoining Stated, and attend to them with punctuality and despatch. All letters addressed to bim on _basiuess, will re. ceiveprAmptattentinn fjune...

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