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

Vendue of Personal Property. ON _TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1863, AT J2 o'clock M, will be sold at public vendne. at tbe latarenidence of _Georue _Duukle_, deceased, in optelaunee townthip, _tferks county, the following _pecNnoal property _ _belonging to the estate of Kaid'WM ima' > _>S& _deceased, viz: C HOKSES and*_€_rfl_^^ lfTrr—T A Gears, S Milk COWS. 3 young Jf_^r! f te*W s^> Bulls, I Heifer. I fat Ox, 2***w_™ Jfjj\ ¥ j broad-wheeled wagons, ] two-horsewauon, _^SSi_^^^_aSWfc2 ono-horoe _spring wagons, 1 cart. 1 tbreahini; iiiHchMM arid horse-power, 1 harvester, I grain-drill. 1 patent hay-rake, I patent corn-plough, 1 corn-planter. 1 land roller, ploughs, _narrows and hoe lrarcows, 1 larce hoe-harrow, ti pair of hay-ladders, 1 lot of Rtone quarryins tools, windmill, 1 corri-tsheller, 1 sleijjh and 1 wondsleil1 Smith's bellows and anvil, 1 wagou body, grain _craJles, l.,K- and cow chains. 1 fiftb ebaiu. Also—9 beds nnd bedstead*rnpbaards, clock, and a v...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDHR, OF TiIE ORPHANS' _COTJUT of Berks c«unty. will be eoldalpublic vendu/>, on Snturda\, the 7lh day of February, A. D., 1863 atthe public house of Jacob Dieter, in Fleetwood, Richmond township, Berks county, the following described Heal Esta _te, to wit: No. l.Tj-All that certain tract or piece of WOODLAND, t situate in the Township of _Runcoinbmanor, in the County of Barks hoinded by land*late of Jacob Uriel, Mr. _Weidenhammer and Charles Levan; containing 5 acres and 132 perches. —All that certain piece or tract of WOODLAND, situate in the Township of _Ruscombmanor, County aforesaidbounded by lauds late of Philip Kline, lands late of Jacob _Scholl. and lands of David HcJch; containing 12 acres and 6;S 210 _peroti?*. No. 3 —AU that certain ' piece or traet of WOODLAND, _^Rfc situate ia the ' Township of _Rusoatnbmauor, said l *fSsEtCouutybounded by lands of Daniel Rothermel, _#3_JS_^and tdward Young; oontaining thre e acres and _^_...

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

SINGER & GO'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, WITH ALL THE KECENT IMPROVEMENTS, la the best and cheapest and host beautiful of all Sewing Machines. This Machine will sew _anything, from the running of a took in _Tarletan tp the making of an Overcoat—anything from, Pilot or Beaver Cloth down to tbe softest Gauze or Gossamer Tissue, and is ever ready to do its work to perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and has capacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This Is not tha only Machine that can fell, hem, bind, and so forth, but it will do so better than any other Machine. The Letter " A." Family Sewing Machine may lie had in a great variety of cabinet cases. The Folding Case, which is now becoming so popular, is, aa its name implies, one that can be folded Uto ' a box or case, which, when opened, makes a beantital, substantial, and _spacious table for the work to restiKtp.on. T_£e cases are of every imaginable de _~ Si_(U—-plain as the wood grew in its nat...

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

aoschenhoppen Mutual Fire Insurance _Companyi ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANJ\_ _agers of the above named Company, held on the 22d day of November, A. D., 1862, tbe following amendments to the By-Laws were adoptedto take effect upon the commencement of the period for which tbe Charter has been extended, te wit: On ike 3rd day of Much. A. D.. 1863. Iu Article 6tb, after the words "All property both real and personal, may be Insured for three fourths IU actual cash value," insert tbe words: The insured being entitled to three-fourths of the cash value of any loss sustained. Strikeout Article 7th aud instead thereof insert the following By Law. to wit: The insurance to be during the continuance of tbe Charter, provided, the rates of _assessment authorized by Section 6th of the Act of Incorporationand Section 4th of the Act Supplementary to laid Act, be paid into the hands of tbe Treasnrer, agreeably to the provisions of said Sections. Should any insurer neglect or refuse to pay thb ...

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

EDWARD EVERETT'S REPLY TO AN ENGLISH LORD. B? _POETICAL foil?_. What have we in America? We've wonders great and grand! We _haVe the essence of the Earth, The Cioam of every laud. . Our mountains are magnificent, Our rivers are immense) And each man bag a kingly style, If not a king's expense. Our ships are known to all the world, The farms cannot be beat 1 • Our Cities full of luxury, Are famous for the neat. . We've orators and authors too, With intellects of force! We've railroads scattered everywhere . And one Professor Morse. Our Girls have beauty, wit and grace They're charming, sweet and tall t But then the greatest thing we have, Is known as famed OAK HALL. WHERE the Fall and Winter Stock of Firstelass CLOTHING is now ready in extra abundance and greatest variety. All the new style OVERCOATS, _tfacka, Business Coats. Peg-top Pants, &e.are felling at prices 80 low that everybody will bny and be satisfied. WiMAMAKEB & l'.EOWM. (Oak IUu,.) S. E. Corner Sixth...

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

LIST OF COLORS: Blade, _s _^ t ~~¥AS}:~ ^~ Salmon, Dark Brown , /^_&_^ ~'"""~" ^^_bs. Scarlet, Snuff Brown, _f$_f £ _^_fiS Dark Drab, Light Brown , f( SJ |ft M Light Drab , Dark Blue, \l / jA \j\ Yellow, . Light Blue , ^^L rW&j f'i I'W _YMow , Dark Green, _nSH&WM_^_J Orange, Light Green , iffijBOfcTTMFk Magenta, Pink, ¦_ffEEG_^_Sl_^ln Solferino, Purple, _JlroiS,_Nfe_3ffl. French Blue. Slate, Jl&V_^g-IgSlr Roval Purple, Crimson, *^Br> _T> _Tr* Violet. FAMILY DYE COLORS, T_70R DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED X; Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, moves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast colors, A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tested, and put up in neat packages. For twenty-five cents you can color as many goods as would otherwise cost five times that sum. Tbe process is simple, and any one ci#i u...

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

TAERANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIcine has universally received the most favorable recommeudationB of the MEDicAL'FBoi-E58iosandthePcBi.ic, as tKe most Eppicient and _Aueekabcb SALINE APERIENT. It maybe uBed with the best effect in Bilious and Febrile Diseases, _Coativeness, Sick Headache, Nausea, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of the StomachTorpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PURGATIVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Residents of Hot Climateb, Persons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Vessels aud Planters will find It a valuable addition- to their Medicine Chests. It ia in the form of a powdercarefully pa up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials from professional a...

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

ORPHANS' C0TJHT SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDtiK OF THE ORPHANS' COURT of B«rkH con ty, will be sold at puhlic vendue, on Friday, the _tlOih day of February, A D., _1S63, on (he premises, at the late resdence of John Blatt, deceased tlie _following described Uenl Estate, to wit: All that eot-ia._iu undivided niorely or half of a Tract of Laud, _sitna'u in Upper ISern township, county of Berks aforesaid_, bounded by lauds of Henry Fiuk, Peter Fiuk. Jacob BalthHKer, and by tin! _Philxdelphiaand Reading Railroad, contaiuiug II acres and 1<> perches, neat measure. Late the property of John Blatt, _deceHHed. Sale to commence at \ o'clock in the afternoon, when due attendance will be _yivBD_, and the torms of sale made known by FREDERICK BLATT, ) . . ra HENRY FINK, J txecators. By order of the Court.—Daniki, Haii.v, Cleik. _January _^4, lfc«;!-:it* _Valuable Property for Sale. _MHHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT PRIVATE _l_ SALE nntil the._fr.l day of January next, a Valuable Property i...

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

FUBI.IC VENDUB. r\N SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863, AT \J 10 o'clock, A. Mwill be sold at public _vendoe, at tbe residence of the subscriber, in _Muhlenberg township, near the "Temple." tha following _FarmiDg Stockto wit: S horses and gears. S cows, 6 heifers, 14 pigs; 2 broadwt\eel wagons, one with bed. one spring wagon and gears, 2 pair hay-ladders, one thrashing machine, 1 winnowing mill, 1 corn shelter, 1 land roller, 1 patent hay rake, 1 twohor?e sleigh, plows, harrowscorn harrowsstraw-cutter, grindstone, log ana cow chains, rakes, forks, cradles, &c. Also. 2 beds and bedsteads, carpets, and. a variety of other articles. A credit of eight _months will be given. Jan. 24-2t*l HENRY S. BABNtlART. Public Sale of Personal Property. ON SATURDAY, THE 14th DAY OF FEB mary, 1S63, at 12 o'clock. M., the _anaernlfrned will sell at public vendue, at the dwelling house of Ephraim H. Gresb. in Douglass township. Berks county, the following articles of per.-oual property, to wit: 0 Ho...

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

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COXjIiAR XXOTTJ9 _3E_3. 1000 Dozen _HICKORST SHIRTS. 1000 do. } Gray> Eed and Blae FLANNEL An 5 ASSORTED FANCY TRAVELLING 1000 d0 - \ SHIRTS. loon 5 WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS from 1000 do. _| $9,_»5 Upwards. 1000 <l0. DENIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COTTONADB PANTALOONS. J Manufacturers of the MINER'S WELSH J I FLANNEL SHIRTS. { And a Large Assortment of LINEN And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, . Aud GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. For Sale by BENNETT, RUCH & CO., Manufacturers. 317 Church Alley. Jani7-3mo] Philadelphia, pa.

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

IMPORTANT TO FEMALES JJR. CH_^ESEMAN'S PILLS . The combination of _ingredients in th««e Pills are the reputt of a long and _extenoive practice. _Ti.oy are mild io thi'ir operation, anil csrtaiu in _comcting all _irregularities. I'_aiufui Menstruation*, removing all obmruciiooH. _wlifttier from cold or otherwise, headache pain iu the side, palpitation of the heart_.wuites. all _nervous affections, hysteric*_, pain iu tbe back and _liiubx, &c, disturbed sleep, which arise from iuterruptiou of nature. , DK CIIEESEMAN'S FILLS waB Ihe commencement of a. yaw era in the treatment of those irregularities and obstructions which have _consignei bo many to a prematuek grave No female can enjoy _goo< health unless she in regularaud whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to decline. DR. CHKKSEMAN'S FILLS are the most effectual remedy _erer known for all complaints _peuuUar to Females. To all c1hhk_6h they are invalaaMe, iiidufiing, unth certainty, peri...

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

FOR RENT. rpHE STORK AND DWELLING HOUSE ON _J_ the Main _street iu tha borough of _Womelsdorf. being the same buildinK in which the Odd Fellows' Hall isloca-Mtml. This ik a favorable opening for a business man, as there is nan- liut one Store iu the borough. Possession given un the let of April, ISti.'S. Terms easy. Apply to dec 13-10t*] J. C. LIVINGOOD. FOR RENT, _HPHE HOUSE IN SOUTH FIFTH STREET, J_ between the properties of the late Gen. Geo. M. Kelm and Dr. Lot Benson, now occupied by Mr. George W. Goodrichfrom the 1st of April next. Persons desirous of viewing the property, can apply to Mr. Goodrich; and for terms, to Richard Booue, living In the neighborhood. F. A. _MUHLENBERG, JR. Beading, Nov. ISth, 1S62 tf JTJST RECEIVED, C)(\f\f\ FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL. ytJ\fKJ\f oct_*-tf WM_. RHOAPS. Jr. Clover Seed and Oats Wanted. TIIE HIGHEST PRICE WILL BE PAID FOR Clover Seed and Outs, by BBENHART ft KOCH, Jan 17-3t*l Comer of 8th Street sod Gout __01_«r

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

For lints, Mice. Roaches, _%_nts, Bed Hugs, MotliH in. FursWoollens, &.C. Insects on PI _tnts_, Fowls, Animals, <fcc. Put np in 21c. 50c. and $1 0J Box-sBottles and Flasks, $3 and $.5 sizes for Hotels, _Pcbmc Issinvtioss, &c. " Only infallible ramedieB known,'.' " Free from I'oisons." " Not dangerous to the Human Fa mily." " Kats come out of their holes to die." JOS' _Fold Wholesale in all large cities. jfiar" Sold by all 1>rd««ist.s and KktaileR3 everywhere. JKg-.'!! Beware' .'.' ," ot all worthless imitations. JS* See that H Costar'_h " name is on ettcli Box, Bottle, and Flask, before yon bny. *3- Address HENRV It. COSTAR, 0_$- Pkimcipal Defot 4S2 Bboadwat, N. T. MS- Sold by—HARVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale and Retail; S. S. Steveks ; J. K. McCcbdy ; R. P. Homtek & Co., BE AMHG, PA. [Jan 17-9ma_»

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

A Handsome City Property AT PRIVATE SALS rpHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE X that Valuable DWELLING, LOT and STABLE, situate iu North Fourth Street, between Peon and Wauhingtou. MThe bonne is a new two story brick building, modern improvements aud a large two-story baok building. The property is 20 feet front aud 230 feet deep , with a _lartfe frame rtabie on tha rear. Tbe ground contains a large variety of Fruit Trees. For particulars apply on the premise*, to Jan 17-3t] T. T. _IiEGER. GLASS ! GLASS !! GLASS ! ! !—A LARGE assortment comprising in part Gennine Reeded Veriiou Goblets,Champs, _Winer, Eggs, Beer Mugs, Ac, &c. For sale cheap at PEOCOCEL'S_, deo 61 40 South 6th street.

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

BATCHELOB_'S HAIR DYE! THB BEST IN THE WOKLI>. William A. _RArrifBi.oK'_s ceUhviited IT,tll'Dye _prodDCOS acolor to be _iliHtiuguislied from uatme—warranted not to iujure the H«ir in Ibe least: remedies tlie ill etfocls of bad dyes, and invigorates the Hair for _lifo. GKfcV, KKD, or KUSTY HAIll instantly turns' a _fpleadid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautirm. Sold by all Drug-Ristn. Ac: C _^The Gminine is _signed WILLIAM A. KATCHELOK, on _tltvfutir xidex of each, 'mx Factory, No. Si Barclay Street, New-York, (Late 2.'f3 Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-ly

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

MARRIED. By the Bight Rev. Alonzo Potter, D. D., on Tuesday, January 27, 1863, William _Henkt Botekand Sallib A., daughter of Dr. John Kedmon Coxe, Jr., of Philadelphia. On the 21st nit, by Sev. A. 1. Herman, Mr. Thoma.3 W. Hais_, to Miso 4_^-31 E. Eichbosn", both, of Reading. * . Qn the _2ath" nit,; by the _gariie ' PAf _W _SwsHqLBR , _Keq., oJ Muhlenburg, to Mrs. _Catuakise IIies'teaof Heading. * O.a the same day, hj the same, Mr. Frakklin Menuel, of Leesport. to Bliss Sarah Ann Christ, of Penn. * On the 2Sth ult., by tbe eame, Mr. Johm Txebib_, to Miss Amanda Hotkb, both of Heading. *

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

Berks County Members of Company I, 15 LSt Hegt. P. V., Capt.. Wm- 1.. Or&y, of _Cresaonn, Sclniylk._111 county. 1st Sergeant—Peter Koch. 6th Corporal—Edwin M. Shollenberger. M-usicinn—Peter K. Werner. _Borrel William Kolchnor Edwin Brown. _Qeorge \V _kllttx Nuthun 4B Dunn _Willongbbr Lease John W *^ Heffaer H G Kamer _Eliax H ' ilbert Beojamin 8leiuber«_rcr Levin Hilbert Henry Sclieitz BeDjamin _Keiler James Mauser _Ibhhc KeliAr AinsAH _ZimtneTmtin Jacob

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

CONSTITUTION WATER. TBS O&BA1 RIUHB ]) ¥ JOB THE OOKTSTXTTTTIOaXT AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES • AND DISEASES OF THE > • •• KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These Dangerous and Troublesome Diseaseswhich have thus far Resulted the best directed Treatment, can be Completely Cvntrolledbj/the REMEDJLnowbeforeusI THE" CURATIVE _propertiae ort!>enjedtcloedirectH)eiDselTe»totbe _orfjaas of secretion, and by mo altering tbe condition of tbe stomach and liver that the starchy principle of tbe food U not converted into sugar so loug as tbe system is under the Influence of the CONSTITUTION WATER, which gives those organs time to recover tbeir healthy ton» aod_«vigor. We are able to state tbat tbe Constitution Water has cared _eyery case of Diabetes in which it has been given. STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSITS. AND MUCOUS OR MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URIaVA TING. Disease occurring from _uoe aud the name cause will be entire!}' cared by the _Con...

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

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _S_^BSTABMSHEDASA HBFUGfi FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. T\H. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVEBED THE _JLf most Certain. Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Affections of the KMneye atid Bladder, Involuntary _Discharges, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Idoas, Palpitation of the Heart, aimidity,-Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, ThroatNose or SkinAffections of the Liver, Lungs, Stumach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fatal to ttelr victims lKtt.il the song of Sy reins to tbe Mariners of Ulysses, blighting tbeir most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c, impossible. msxr Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dread fnl and destructive habit whi...

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

ABNBR K. STAUF FJcJK, ATTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE, COURT •treat, below Sixth, Beading, Fa. [april 20 JESSE O. HAWLBY_, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, above Sixth, Beading, Fa. *»¦ Will be at Friedensburg, every Thursday. September 29,1860-17* Charles Davis, _ATTOSNET AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HTS Office to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. Da-rid >rdon, deceased, In Sixth street, opposite the Court House. [april 14 Daniel _Ennentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth street, corner of Court alley. [augl3-ly David Wen, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DKY .GOODS, Ko. 25 Bast •on street, Beading, Pa. [March 10,1860. LIVINCOOD'S United States BountyBack Fay and Pension Office, COURT STREET, NEAR SIXTH. TTAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECTn ing clainu against the GovorflBent, I feel confident that all who have heretofore employed me -triii cteorfclly endorse my promptness and fidelity. Sly charges are moderate and no charge made unt...

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