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

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE * WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Talrd, _Philadelphia. rjiHlS ESTABLISHMENT Ot'FBUS GR13AT I _indnccmnnts, not only ou account of reduced rates of board, bnt fioin its central _iocatiou to tbe avenues of trade, as well a* the _conveniences afforded by the several Passenger Kailways runniiiK pa_»t and contiguous to it, by which guests can pass to and from the Hotelshould thny be preferred to thn regular OmuibiiR connected with the Hodm), I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of uiy guests. 4*- Terms, $1 »5 per day. 0 0. SIEGRIST, Proprietor, formerly from JSagle Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. T. V. HHOADB. Clerk. [march 1.1-tf _T7OR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 WHITE Jj Granite Tea Setts of tbe newest my le. T?0R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 300 GRANITE tr Dinner Setts of tbe newest style. T_70R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 1000 SETS __T Common Teaware. _170K SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LARG-2 ' rtfct w-. -.itr»«»» of Liverpool W_«re ever offered in...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ASTOR HOUSE, NfcW-YOI_.K 'pHl« Sl'LbNOlL* HOTEL HAS Iili£;> KiiJUJ. venated, and in at this moment _itecond to hone in elegance. The Ladies' Drawing Room is a beautiful one, having no equal. Its open corridors and complete ventilation render it most delightful in warm weather. It is unsurpassed by any other in situation, having Railroads on the trout aud south Mdesover wbich cars ran to every part of the city for half a dime. Travelers arriving from the North and East, will find th» 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 accommodation, it offers S'lwrior attiauion. All.classes have manifested their affection or this Hotel , and every pains will be taken to render it a home for tbe traveler. The same liberal system will he continued, and tbe utmost promptness on the part of all persons belonging to the organization will be exacted. Tel...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

j4glgtm THE GREAT CAUSE OF fiSETHUMAN MISERY Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cent* A LECTURE BIT DR. CULVERWELL, ON THE CAUSE AND CUBE of _Spermatorrhoea, Consumption, Mental and Physical Debility, Nervousness, Epllep»y; Impaired Kutritiou of tbe Body_; _Lagtitude_; Weaknew of the Limbs and the Back: Indisposition, and Incapacity for study and Labor;. Dullness of Apprehension; Loss of Memory ; _Aversion lo Society; Love of Solitude; Timidity; Self-Distrust; Dizziness; Headache; Affections of tbe Eyes; Pimples on the Face; Involuntary Emissions_, and Sexual Incapacity; the Consequences of Youthful Indiscretion, &c. &c. 49* This admirable Lecture dearly proves that the above enumerated; nften self-afflicted evils, may be removed without medicine and without dangertfas surgical operations and should be read by every jouth and every man in the land.- * ¦ Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain, sealed en-?elope . on,_recelptofsix cents, or twp poBta...

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

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATS OF FENNSTLVANIA OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND S EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., _Beturnn Dock and Third Ste., PHILADELPHIA. _IXrCOlLPORATBlD 1ST 1794. CHARTER PERPETUAL. OAFXT_^.Xj, $2OO,OOO, Properties ot tbe Company, Feb. l, I860, $507,094 61. Marine, Fire and Inland Tranoj _ortation Insurance. _DIRECTORS. HENRY D. SHERKEED, WILLIAM H. WHITE , . SIMEON TOBY. GBOKGE H. STtJAR_*, CHAKLES MACALESTER, SAA10EL GRAUT, Jr., WILLIAM 8. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGNER, J«IHS Ft BUDD. THOMAS B. WATTSON, _isEXKT i}. _FWKE'-JJiN, CHAKLES S. LEWIS. _QKnafjec. «ak~>>:. :i£$! " {V i> SHERRERD, President. WillliiH 3AH_?L::i. Srfi-.-htr;._'. 4t_^ Aj?_pl*r»tior* f.jr i»*nr&MC« " may be maae to WIL-£.:._"._» _KSKLV. -,: UuWRi'd « Go's. Express Oflise. »U_7 n Innl-lD

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

TO THE LADIES GLASsInD flnEGISWABI WE HAVE, NOW OPEN -A. LARGE AND elegant _assortment of the following kinds of _TAJXOX _CHXSTA AX.VXOX_.BB: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizesCard Buketi_, oardtteceiTer_*, Jewel Boxes, _CuloxnoiBottltn_),i Motto Coffees, Watch Holder*, Inkstands, Cigar 8tands and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for the What-Not. Also Bohemian and _Frenca _Otanware, Such as Wine Bottle*. Decanters. _Q _obleteand _Wioe _Olamea. Liquor SettsC?gar Kwods , Card _UaskeU. Cologne BotlM, Cake and Prnlt Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c 4c, and Common Glas»_- ware01: ev_.ry description; together with an extensive stock of , _QtrsssrewARs, Consisting In part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet sett* Tea and Coffee Cups, Dinner, Breakfast and Batter Plates, Dlsbes of all kinds. Pitchers, Mag», Bowie , Ac. Ac , with a fall Una of common ware, all of wbich we offer at unusually low prices. An inspection of our...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ANOTHER OPENING DEY _gToODS WE HAVE AGAIN RECEIVED A LARGE »nd band»ome assortment of FALL anik WINTER DKT GOO:;S, comprising: • Heavy Cloaking Cloths, Sacking Flannels, M»i i noes, Scarfs, Coburgs Velvet _TrimmJngB, All- nool Delaines, ' Gloves and Hosiery, Saxony Plaids, Calicoes, hepps, _Ginxbams, Mous de Laines, Balmoral Skirts. Men and Boys ' Wear. BEAVER, PILOT AND TRICOT CLOTHS FOR OVERCOATS. Cassimere Overcoatings, I Sattinetfi, large assortment, Silk Mixed Coatings, | Kentucky _Jeaos, Black. Doeskin _Cassimeres, j Tweeds, Fancy _Casbimeres new styles, Merino Shirts & Drawers, VeetingH_, | Army Flannels, ic, All of which we offer at the lowrat price. Our friends and the public respectfully invited. M. KEFFE t 4 SON, nov 15-tfl No. 124. Corner of 6th end Suruce streets.

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

_ABKOS SBXOSL'S CBHAP _«g£,._Tv WUOLESALE AHD IlETAIL W_$>, SADDLE AND HARNESS _%<§t& _osl _MAMJl_^Ac-toJiV, i_^ _jrTjpfew Bast _Pbkm Stbkbt, Uktwbih M_^_m WJM " Seventh and F-outh_, C_* _* _lirfflB South 8ide, nearly _opposite Pa_»_ig_?e _^.a TU _S _*1V> Berks County House. The only -.-, ft Kf-_^-W place Bast of tbe Kail Boad. _^ g _j_^ _i¦¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ _^_fa BEADING, TA. • ^^w*is*aiBi».o>Mtf_^ _Jannary 14, _ISHMf B. O. _OHBdEBKOUOH. I-.AAO O. i_>KAKBUN GHESEBROUGH _^ PEAASON _deneral Commission BSerchants, ASD DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS, _DTo. 6 North Water Street, & door* above Market PHILADELPHIA, HAVE coD.'lantly on hand a large iworlmeni of FISHCHEESEH AM8_r eHOUbDtBS, Ac, ic, wbicu tbey will sell at the lowest market prices. 49* AU orders promptly attended to. £feb 0,1868-tf

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

DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTHACHE DfiQPS. FOR THE CURE OF TOOTH AC H E produced by exposed nerves. It is particularly adapted to all oases of children afflicted with TOOTHACHE. . Parents can relieve themselves from that distressing weariness caused b y LOSS OF SLEEP, and their children from great suffering, by keeping a bottle of DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTHACHE DROPS_^ : , in the house. Price, only 12 Cents per Bottle.

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

EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBER nth, 1882.. Direct to New-York Without Change of Cart, _fgjgg&fia A^\ ON AND AFTER MONDAY _^W aWBMkHov. 17th1862. Passenger Trains -2K2_BdS£Z5Swill leave Reading daily. (Snn da_>s excepted) for AllentownHanch Chunk, WtliU. bem_, Eaaton, New-York, *c, &c, at 0.18 A. M 11V,1 U., and 4.20 F. U. from the • ' ' _OPPEK DEPOT. The fl.18 A. M. train is the Eastern Kxpresa, _wlthont change of cars from Pittsburgh, and arrives In New-York at 10./0 A. M This train will stop only at Lyons, Alien_, town, Bethlehem, Easton and the principal stations oaths Jersey Central. The 11.15 A. M. Train will stop at all Stations between Peadfrgand _Ajjemown, and tbe 4,20 P. M. Train at mi Stations, except DIeraown and Al BnrtU. Tbo 11.1ft A. M. Train arrives in Mew-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 _Pnndaye) _«t 6 A. JI., 12 noon, and 7 P. ...

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

KOLLOCK_'S DANDELION COFFEE. THIS PREPARATION, MADE FROM THE best Java Cnffe._i, is recommended by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS UEVERAOE for General Debility, Dyspepsia, and all billons Jit-orders. _Thousands wbo have been compelled to abandon the we of coffee will use thin without injurious _effects. One can coutains the strength of two pounds of ordinary _colfee. Price 25 cents. KOLLOCK'9 _LEVAJjN_, The parent and best BAKING POWDER known, for mak_> lnx _ligbt. _owoet and nutritious liread and cakes. Price IS cents. Manufactured by M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemist, Corner of Broad and _Cbemnut Street, Philadelphia. JOS' Sold by all Druggists and Orocers. [March 1-ly ~ THE TIM£S DEMAND _ECONOMY. "WM. C KROI7SB, IN ORDEE TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF the times, now manufactures . Berks County Rye and Wheat Coffee, Which is warranted equal to tbe best article ln the market The public Is requested to give itatrial. ¦-•- ¦¦ ------49* Manufactory, South-West Corner of Fifth and Chestna t...

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

OR. WM, B. HIIRO'S TOOTH POWDER. This Powder possesses the CARBUNIO WITHOUT THE INJURL OUS PROPERTIES OF CHARCOAL , and is free from all Acids or Alkalies that can in the least injure the Teeth. Its action being entirely mechanical—POLISHING WITHOUT WEARING THE ENAMEL. DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTH POWDER IS RECOMMENDED BY ALL EMINENT DENTISTS. Price, 25 Cents per Box.

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

FANCY FURS! FANCY FURS JOSH- _TAXBUUL_, No. 718 ARCH Street, below Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA. <^Si IMPORTER AND MANUPAC-- U§S| TUSEK of, and Dealer iu all kinds of I _cjnjk . PAUCT" FUB.8* _^ v-^^_W fob Ladies' and Children's Wear. I |?|l_^t®_k desire to say to my friends of Reading /'? Sr§«5sie*Si ' and tne BnrroQnding Counties that I havf ''TtwiftffiiSL n0Uf in sture < one ofthe largest wi most '<_ji ' f'J_^_5_^ beautiful assortments of all kin_<i» aud _iBSSw_^S: _qualities 'of FANvT FDRS,/or Ladies' "JsJSBF ai*_d Children's Wear tbat will be woin . _^_ffiiff during this Fail aud Winter. My Furs were _purchased in hurope, previous to the rise in Sterling Exchange, and the New Duty Imposed on all Furs Imported since tbe first of August. I would aiso state, that as long as my stock lasts, I will offer it at _pricai proportionate to what the _soodo cost me: bnt, it will be impossible for me to Import and Manufacture any more Furs, and sell them at...

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

HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOB. FAX*Xi aUD WXMTBR, ~ \ AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STAKD OF MB _£_» _x_". _et. boas, A Hot 6 West P«nn Street, next _doo* to the Union Uanlt of Reading, WnO , IS _CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FBOM New-York and Philadelphia tbe latest styles of HATS and CAPS Adapted to the 8eas' on. He ban also received a line assortment of '«•'• •• LAblBS' PiTR_$, buff alo robes, trunks. Carpet bags, ' _tl _u . VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the _lowest cash prices. As he pay Cash for all his _vonds, he is enabled to sell then at the low es'. prices. ' O_*° A lar«r« lot of the bent-qnality of BED FEATHERS fuiiy _luYlteii. Call and examiue.—Ho tronble to show SNW0_"- [oet lS-tf

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

LIVERPOOL < M1_M _MiJ) SM_33_Wa!i _aas_^ja _'•sr» mm. sue* JUST Or " f_,NED. At Wo. SO, Eaat Peun Street Reading, Between _SJxtlJ and Scrrntb_, . (Formsrly Otto's Drv Go -i* More,) 4 LARGE ANU SPLENDID ASSORTMENT x\_of French China, I_'arian Ware, Lava Ware, T_^rra C<)tta _Wa 11-, Freucb and 'merlcnn Glf.S'3 Ware, Hated Goodsn&'i Cutlery, all of which wil' besoM at "«ew-York i rices ful ca»h Tke _rruprieU.r hue _fucilitiea _sever _before presented to the citiz«nb of _KeHding, for Helling them all DESCRIPTIONS OF GOODS In _bisJine. and aB _beiureudeto give his attention excliwirely to tbe Hale of these articles, h» hopec tbe _puiilic will sustain bim in _biw _ettorts to _establiisb a first-class China, Glass and _Queensware Store in Reading. Auk 2-tfl W. S. HALL. ¦

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

NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL BE PAID ON G-OX*X_), OX_>X> SIIiVER, —AND—far 33_jsk._xgrxft _AoTSis AT THB _^PP EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —0 F—0. W. GOODRICH, READING, Pa. _Amrust 10.1861-tfl

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

LADIES' AND C ILDREN'S FURS "We have opened a handsome stock of \_MET_> U MB. _fif 9 Comprising HUDSON BAY SABLE, MINK SABLE, SIBERIAN SQ UIRREL, I ADIES ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED A to call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine out stock, CHARLES _OAKTORD & SON, 834 & 836 Chestnut Street, nov 16-Smol Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

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

ja_^_T e cobtkabakds Washington_, not enfeebled by disease, "watched1 ' the _>M Year out, and when it had departed, an _sxpoundcT of the faith, known among them as St. - _'uht- tho Baptist,'preached a sermon from a to. -! is _tbt •' twentieth chapter of 'Segttlaliotu.'" -_•- t—***** ¦ gfjrTH* best way to be admired ;.s '• - ¦ r: what ire lore to bi thought.

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

PREMIUM PHOTOGRAPHS TOOK_^_HEV._^MIUffl .FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHS _* &>: Jt AT THB &AST_1 BBB_3E& COUNTY _FAXB. T?VERY PREMIUM YET AWARDED FOR dp*Ph _?i_5_K?plll c "kenwses in Berks county, has been grfentoHCWABD. Heigtheoh«ape*tandbMtliHi.adinB. •a- BBMHMBKKTUB FLACK-BastPennSqnare . gontlaide, nest to the _Bchmncker House. [oet 6-tf

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

Excursions to _Harrisburg & Back. _fjg_»as««l EXctJRSlON TICKETS . ¦ SS *SE9_SB«rood for Three Days, will be _Iwnod to _Uarrisburg and: back, nntil further notice, at $1 DO (hair price), from Reading; and at Kbdhced £ate_8 from all _Mations on the Lebanon Valley and Reading Railroad), during the continuance of the Volunteer Camp. • . O. A. _HICOLLS, Be»dln?( Ang. 16,1862] General 8noerint«ndent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

[_conclusion.] Are there physical causes which render reunion impracticable ? None. Where other causes do not control, rivers unite; bat mountains, deserts, and great bodies of water—oceani disso ciabilcs—separate a people. Vast forests originally, and the _lakes now, also divide us—not very widely or wholly—from the _Canadas, though we speak the same language, and are similar in manners, laws and institutions. Our chief navigable rivers run from North to South. Most of our bays and arms of the sea take the same direction. So do our ranges of mountains. Natural causes all tend to Union, except aa between the Pacific coast and the country east of the Bocky Mountains to the Atlantic. It is " mani fest destiny." Union i? empire. Hence, hither to we have continually extended our territory, and the Union with it, South and West. The Louisiana purchase, Florida, and Texas all attest it. We passed desert and forest, and scaled even the Rocky Mountains, to extend the Union to the Pacifi...

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