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

DR. WM. B. HURD'S NON-ADHESIVE NEURALGIA PLASTERS FOB. THB CUBE OF NBURALCIXA, or Toothache, produced by colds. LOCAL NE UllALGIA 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. OR. WM. B. HURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS never fail to give satisfaction to an 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 Buildi ngs, No. 1 Spruce at., N. _TT. Sold also by _Caswell, Mack & Co., Fifth Avenue Hotel j J. & I. Coddington, 715 Broadway; D. S. Barnes , 202 Broadway.— Sold in Philadelphia, by Dyott & Co., 232 North Second street; 0. S. Hubbell, 1410 Chestnut street ; Harvey Birch & Bros., Reading; and by all Druggists. Notice.—We are daily receiving orders to send by mai...

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

HARDWARE & IRON STORE, _WHOMEMAXiS AMD _ABVAUb_. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS , HAVING BOUGHT X _tbe old Bstabliibed Hard wars and Iron Stow of tb_« late FricKer_, Stevenson & Co., and caving added a large new Stock of good*; would respectfully call the attention of the public to their large assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY COACH _THIMMIJfOa , Jte., Sbe., Which they are determined to tall at the vary lowest Ma* Itet Prices, wholesale and retail. _* OKOBOK LERCH ft CO., Corner of Fifth and Market Sanare, next door to Borbon's Mansion House. (Keim's Old Stand). GEOKGB LEBCH.] jan 18 [J.T.JACKSON. COAL, WOOD, SALT, KjXMMe_: *mz. fls_^mjanc_** SAMUEL ~ B00NE, (fORMBBlT) John Kissinger, Jr., Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading _Tl AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS XjL at reasonable pricesall kinds of BrokenEgg and Stove Coal i Nut, Chestnut and _Bitnmiaons Coal, Bait, Lima and Sand. mr _PerRons in want or anything in my line, will t...

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

DR. WM. B. HURT'S MOUTH WASH, A SURE KEMEDY FOR A BAD BREATH, SORB MOUTHS, CANKER, DISEASED BLEEDING GUMS, NURSING SORB MOUTH And the best specific now in use for any diseased condition of tbe mouth. It is particularly beneficial to persons wearing ARTIFICIAL TEETB, completely destroying every taint of the mouth , absorbing and removing all impurities, insuring A SWEET BREATH to all who make use of it. No Young Lady ox Young Gentleman who is afflicted with a BAD BREATH _^ * should delay applying this remedy, for it is a certain cure, and is approved and recom. mended 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. HURD'S MOUTH WASH. Cleanliness of mouth is of great importance to the general health , which is often affected , and ...

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

HOUSE, SIGH, AM) _IIJSUUK&XIVJS _PAISTIHC GEORGE _SEILING, SOUTH SIXTH STREET, DIRECTLY OPPO SITE the Schroucker Honse, is prepared to execute or dere for liuai<e and Sign Fainting Iu all their branchestogether with JVinting and Graining in perfect _imitation o_> 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 Painting, real aud imitative, for Churches, Malls, ParlorsDrawing KwrB«, Public Buildingsetc., and can refer to numerom buildings in this city, and other cities a.ud towns in Penrsylvania, for specimens of his work. A practical expeii ence of twenty-five years as a' Painter, warrants him In saying that his work cannot be excelled in beauty of de sign, pownr or effect, and finished execution. JUS- U« will take orders for work in any part of this or ftdjviB'PK States , and attend to them with punctuality And despatch. All letters addressed tv liiiu on business, will ...

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

HARVEY BIRCH & BROS., GRBAT I.ITBKAKT _AQBNCY, No. 63 WEST PENN STREET, READING, PA. ESTABLISHED BY ENEKGV AMD PERSEVERANCE. ' Subscriptions received for all New-Tork and Philadelphia Daily Papers. Per _Anmtrn. Per _immit. Albion. New-York, «fl n Law Reporter, ••? " 0 Atlantic Monthly, 3 OU Leslie's Illntit'ed News, a 00 All the Year Hound, 3 OU Leslie's Family Maga-American Agriculturiiit 100 ziue 3 00 *Blackwood'B _Magazine, 3 00 *Loudon Quar. Eeview, H 00 lion Tun Magazine of " Lancet 6 DO Fashivn, C 00 " Art Journal, 0 00 _Bunker'H Magazine If. T.fi 00 " _?auch, 5 00 " " Loodon, 7 00 Litteirs _Liviutf Age, e vo Braithwaite'_sRetrospect, Little _Filxriii)_, 00 _gem_'.-annoal, 2 00 London World of Fauli-Briiibh and _Foreign Mod- !od, 4 50 leal Heview,Qnarterly_,3 00 *NorUi Brltirii Review, 3 00 Cornhill _Magnzine, 4 00 North American " 5 00 Cultivator, Albany, GO Merry's _Haueum, 1 00 Couatrv Clentlttina.il, Q 00 _Oiics _u Weak. 4 SO Chambers' _Udlnburg Porter's Spir...

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

PRINCE & CO'S., World Kenowned Melodcons and Harmoniums, _^_n WITH THE LATEST PATENTED ggClp3_iB9Wlm P _royenienta, _introdncing tbe Basso tenuto Mrw_^inlni with th« effect of _Ppda.1 bass on the chaapaHt U U V 1/ If Instruments—from _%ib to *:-t.1O. EARNEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED _M_^ W. J_9_k. _JXF «3» _flS 9 7 and lyi Octavesfull Iron frame, _overstrung, small and larKe sizes, plain and very richly finished,-from $175 to $400. according to _tttyle. AlsoFiauos by other makers. _13F* Kvery Instrument _Warranted. For sale at the lowest wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction for Cash, or on small and convenient monthly instalments. _JAMKS IIELl_.AK, Sole A({ent, 279 and 281 South Fifth Street, above Sprnce, Dec 6-6mol Philadelphia. CASPER HEFT, TMPORTEB AND DEALER IN WINES, Ll-JL _QHOBS and SEGAKS, No. 161 North Third Street, Philadelphiawould respectfnlly call the attention of hotel keepers and others, to his well selected stock of Wines, Liquorsand Imported Segars, in ...

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

DAVID NEFF, JTo. 25 PEWH (MARKET SQTJAHB) STREET, READING, IS NOW OPENING A LARGE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF UUM13' J)!B1_§3 ©(D(D3D39 _ComorioinK in part LUPIN'S GOLD HKDAL FRENCH _MERINOES, In assorted select colors. Paris Fancy all-wool De Laines, HigMand _Plaida , Plain and Printed Cashmeres , Plain and Printed llepps, Figured and Plaid Valencias , Worsted Satin Fancies , Muslin Be -Laines , Printed Parramattas , ; Silk Warp Alpacca, Madonna Cloth, all-wool Scotch Plaids, Calicoes, Mauling, Ginghams, Checks, flannels, Ticking, Cotton Flannels, _brttlingsj Colored Cambrics, Paper Cambrics. Hosiery, _Snipenderg. Gloves, SilkUwa and Cotton Handkeichieb , Patent Thread, Spool Cotton, SOLDIER'S SLEEPING CAPS, DRAWERS AND SHIRTS, MILITARY BUCKSKIN GLOVES UNION JACKETS, Also—SO_* SHAWLS, _Af variant luandg and analityi Mxars* boys* In great variety, jast received—together with numerous other Domestic and Foreign jdje*. ~*_t ca-oooDfii ¦T oo _nnmaioiu to olaggifr—all of which will b...

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

FRANK B. FICHTHORK, Wo. 42 Bast Penn Street* above 6th, South side* HAS NOW OPEN, AND FOR SALE, THE following desirable GROCERIES, viz; NEW CITRON . NEW CANDIED LEMON PEEL, NEW LATER RAISINS, »KW liVKCa KAIEIJJg, ' NEW _SEEDLKSS RAISINS. EXTRA MINCED MEAT, VALENCIA _RAISINS, FRESH PEACBE_*. CRANBERRIES, FRESH PLDMS. •KKliSH UUINCES, QUISCE JELLY, FRESH TOMATOES, COltttAN'T JELLY, PUKSU PKAES. QUINCE JAM, FRESH CHERRIES, DRIED APPLES. PEACH JAM, DRIED PEACHES. PLUM JAM, DRIED CHERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DRIED BLACKBERRIES. DRIED ELDERBERRIES. DBI£D MTONED _CHBBRIB3, ALM6N& _CBACKEltg, _DUIED C_^UN, G1NGEK NUTS, IIOMINV, 4c, 4c. WINE BISCUITS, BODA BI<CUIT3, _STTEBT CIDER, FARINA CRACKEKS, and PORE CIDER VINEGAR, FAMILY CRACKERS, COAL OIL, _SXriM FA-MIIiV SOAP , PUUB PBPFER. KO. 1 SALMON. l'DKE SPICES, XfBW MESS MACKEREL, PUKB OLIVE OIL, DO. 1 MACKEREL, NO. 2 MACKEREL. SCOTCH HERRING, KICH MILD CHEESE, S. MIDDLETOH'S k GO'S,, KOLLOCK & CO'S BOULER & WIEKE...

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

Philadelphia and Reading Ball Road WINTER ARRANGEMENT SJUKQBBSEOF ' PASSENGER TRAINS SHB_3_^E3_Mi_^^lBB8 _AOVBUBBR 17, 1882. (PaHniufc- Readiuir) DOWN, TO PHILADELPHIA , at 6.30 and 1] in. _« 12 noon, and 4.S0 P. M. ¦*• 'V _- DP, TO POTTSVILLE, at 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. jf WEST, TO LEBANON AND HABHISBUK0 : Western Express from New-York, at 12.07 _midnight Mftti Trains, at 11,10 A. M., and 6 00 P. M. 8 On Sundays, the Down A, M. Train passes _Keadlim ... 9.2ii A. M., aud Up Tral n, at 5.fi7 P. M. ™«<"B|r. *t Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 l_» . M. up Trains connect at i> _. Clinton forTamaqua,_Williamsport, fclmira, Buffaloi ff and Canada. . . ' "la *«* The 11.10 A. Ml Train only connects at Port /<>. for Wilkesbarre_, Scrantou and _Pittoton. w-a_* The Western Express _Tmiiie connect at _tfamiilmrir _wiik _Bxpress _Traiuu on the Pennsylvania Railroad for _PifV_. burgh, and all points West; and the Mail Trains coun _' _, _' at _Harnsburg for Lancaster, _C...

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

FAN C Y FURS ! FAN C Y FUR S JOHN _FARBUUk, Ar o. 718 ARCIl Street, below Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA. «?g _k IMPORTER AND MANUFACijSJh TUBE It of, and Dealer in all kinds of ,.J?4 FANCY _FUB.S_, _Kr,_M_^ fob Ladies' and Children's Wfab. I _B_^. 'jSSSS_^ de_«ire (o say to my friends of Heading <5?*S£**« and the surrounding Counties that I have . SifiammWi now I7i Store, one of tbe largest and most _^_JMWmW -- _^ mtuHfulassimmmta of nil kinds and _«_EE»fiS2. qualities of FANCY FURS, for Ladies1 tJMjjSSf an& Children's Wear, that will be worn _^_a_^_F during tbis Fall and Winter. My Fnrs were purchased in fc'arope, previous to the rise in Sterling Exchangeand-the New Duty Imposed on all Furs Imported since the first of Augnst. I would also state, that as long as iny stock lastsI will offer It at_^'ices proportionate to what the _Kuoda cost me; but, it will be impossible for me to Import and Manufacture any more Furs, and sell them at the same prices, owing to the...

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

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS A 1ST 1) COUNTRY DEALERS. CABINET -ssgSJIgfe_^ 6REAT FURNITURE _^^^^_S§|_BL INDUCEMENT REDUCED ^|p_^p§i§iP_^ GASH PRICE8. _tIIP_^P^^ BUYERS. North Fifth Street3rd Door abort tbe Olil State Honn JOHN D. BERTOLETTE, HAVING PURCHASED THE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bertolotte, be now offers to tbe public tbe largest and most complete aRsurtmout of Furniture ever offered I ' or sale to the citizens of Reading and vicinity. His stock con&isrfs of PARLOR, HALL, LIBRARY, CHAMBER, DINING ROOM and KITCHEN Furniture, all of bis own manufacture, aud made in tbe most work' manlike manner, and warranted to Rive entire satisfaction. _Employing none but experienced workmen, he feels confident nf _flnnraRR. TO SHE _URADB. * He has constantly on band a large _stoc_^ ot Walnut, Mahogany and _Rosowood Veneers, which b*ve been selected with much care. Coach Body, Flowing, Cabinet, Japan and Shellac Varnishes; Undertakers' And Upholste...

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

OFFICE OF JAY COOKE, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114: SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1S62. rpitE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN APX Pointed _SUBSCRIPTION AGENT by the Secretary of the Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once, the New Twenty ear 0 per cent Bonds Of the United States, designated as " Five Twenties," redeemable at. the pleasure of the Government, after five years and authorized by Act of Congress, approved February 23, 1S62. The COD POM BONDS are issued in sums of $50, $100, $««0, ao<_l #1000. Tbn KKU1&TER BONDS in «uros of $50, $100, $500, $1000 and *-i000. Interest at Six per cent, per annum will commence from date of nurchare. itnd in _FAYABftS XM GOLD, Somi-AnnnallVi Which Iu _eiiaivl, at the present premium on gold, to about EIGHT PEK < BKT. PEH ANMUM. Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics. Capitalists, and all who Mtve any inouey to inve«t, _shonld know a..d remember that these Bonds are, in effect, a FI...

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

EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement , COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBER Vlth, 1862. Direct to Nev>~York Without Change 0/ Cars, B&jMa ik_£_ft ON AND AFTER MONDAV, _. Kgnffi l«»MBw - 17tn '186 _% Passenger Trains ~5_«f_™^ '*^'m=mf_\tm leave Reading daily, (Simdays excepted) for Alleiitown_, Mauch Chunk, Rellilehem, Easton, New-York, &c, Ac, at 5.18 A. M., 11.15 a M., and 4.20 F. H. from the . VPPmPETQT. The 0.18 A. II. train le the Eastern KxpresB, without change of cars from Pittsburgh, and arrives in New-York at 10.A0 A. M. This train will stop only at LyonsAllen. town, Bethlehem, Easton and the principal stailons on tie Jersey Central. The 11.1S A. M. Tratn will stop at all Stations between _Kaading and Atlentown, and the 4.30 P. H. Train at all Stations, except Jkier_#own and A) Burtis, Tbe 11.10 A. 11. Train arrive* in Wew-Tork at 6.00 F. M,, and the 4.20 P. H. Train at 10.15 P. M. Trains will leave New-York daily (except _Snndnys) at 6 A. M., 12 no...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND _RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS A3 BAST PEWW STREET, READING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK il_of • • School, Miscellaneous and Blank 9fiOOS&.Si 9 PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLIS U _ANDGERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS , PERIODICALS, MUSlCtntd MUSICE00KS, ' _Q OID _PEFS _FAWf ARTICLES , A'QTE, LETTER. . CAPiinn _PIKKTIXfi PAVER awl PAPER BAGS. B&AE72X _33_OOXS3 —AHJD—MERCHANTS' _ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at _catalogue prices. 49* Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. -as- Teachers supplied with _Jiunic at the usual discount. N. B —Books anil Single sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publisher_*' -Prices. jan 18-tf

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

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE SWAH_.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. _rriHIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT Jindacementu, not on/y on account of reduced rates of boardbut fioiu its central lucatiou to tbe _avniiues of trade, at. well an the conveniencvu aifortied by the _several Fanocuser _ltailwayu _runaiuft pan _and cuati_^autts to It, Viy which _aoenw can imss to and from the Hotel) _ehould they be preferred to tho regular Omnibus connected with the _Houtc. 1 am determined to devut« my whole attention lo the comfort and convunicuce of my guests. 43~ Terms, $1 _~5 per day. D C. SIEGKIST, Proprietor, formerly from Kagle Uotel, Lebanon, Pa. V. V. _Rhoatir. Clerk. _Tmarch 10-tf F)R SALE AT THE OLU JAIL, _^00 WHITE Granite Tea Setts of tbe newest style. T_70R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 300 GRANITE JJ Dinner Setts of the newest style. 170R SALE AT THE QLD JAIL , 1000 SETS JP Common Teaware. Tj iOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LARGtj est assortment of Liverpool Ware ever offered in Beadi...

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

FALL AND WINTER CL.OTHING_, FOR MEN AND BOYS IN GREAT VARIETY, S0U> _VXiKT !LOW BY JAMESON & CO., Corner 6th and Penn. sept 6 _LAXJSR S BREWERY BEADING, PA. _JT1HE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to JL the public _tftat he has recently enlarged his BREWETOTto a. _considerable extent, and introduced steam-power, •ad is now ready to supply all demands for _SUFZIBJOB. _DCLAIJT IilQUORS, for home and distant consumption. His stock of Halt _Uqnors_, warranted to keep in all climates, is as follows:— BROWN STOUT, PORTER, BOTTLING ALE, DRAUGHT ALB AND LAOBR BJSBR. jane 19-tf _FREDERICK LAUER. N.B.—Atiberal per centage will be allowed to Agents _KimMd.

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

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATS OF _PEMTNSYIiVAWIZL OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND 5 EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., Between Dock and Third Sts. VHll.AaEL.VHlA. INCORPORATED IIW 1794. charter perpetual. o_^l:e*_xtaij, $200,000. Properties ot the Company, Feb. 1, 1861, $507,094 61. Marine, Fire and Inland _Transportation Insurance. DIEECT0K3. HENHT D. SHEEKEKD, WILLIAM E. WHITE, SIMEON TOBY, GEORGE H. STUART, CHARLES MAOALESTER, SAMUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM S. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGNER, JOH_3J B. _BUDD, THOMAS B. WATTSOIf, HENRY G. FREEMAN, CHARLES 8. LEWIS. GEORGE C. CARSON, HENRY D. SHERRERD, President. WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. M&~ Applications for Insurance may be made to WILLIAM KEELY, at Howard & Go's. Express Office. Mav 11.1861-ly

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

TO THE LADIES GL ASslm _* _ftUEENS WARE. «TB HAVE NOW OPEN A URgE AND r T elegant assortment or tbe following kinds or rANOY _OBXSTA. AB._TIOLZJ8: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizes, Card Basket* Card Receivers, Jewel Boxes, _Cologne Bottles, Motto CoffeesWatch Holders, InkstandsCigar Stands, and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for tbe Wnat-Not. Also Bohemian and Frenen Glassware, Such as Wine BottlesDecanters, Goblets and Wine Glasses, Liquor Setts, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles, Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, _Castorx, Salt Cellar*, Candlesticks, Tumblers, 4c. Ac. and Common Glassware ot evtry description; .together with an _extennive ritock ot titruBivsWAAB, Consisting In part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet seti4 Tea and Coffee Cups, Dinner, Hreakfast and lintter Plate*, Dishes of all kinds, Pitchers, _Hnga, Bowls, Ac. 4c. with a full line of common ware, all of which we offer at nnnlually low _ptieeH. An inspection of onr goods by ...

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

_ANOTHER OPENING O3S" DRY GOODS. WE HAVE AGAIN RECEIVED A LARGE and _handsome assortment of FALL and WINTER DKY GOODS, comprising: Heavy Cloaking Cloths, Sacking Flannels, ftletinues, Scarfe_, _Cahufge., Velvet Trimmings, All-Wool Delaines, Gloves and Hosiery, Saxony J'laids, Calicoes, ltepps_, Ginghams, Moub de Laines, * lialmoral Skirts. Men and Boys ' Wear. BEAVEB_, PILOT AND TBICOT CLOTHS FOB OVEECOATS. _Cassimere Overcoatings, I Sattinets,. large assortment, Silk Mixed Coatings. | Kentucky JeanB, Black Doeskin _Cassluieres, j Tweeds, Fancy _Cassimeres new styles, I Merino Shirts & Drawers, VeKtingH, I Army Flannels, 4c, All of which we offer at the lowest price. Our friends and the public reKpectfully invited.' M. KEFFEIt & SOS nov 15-tfJ No. 124, Corner of 5th *ud Spruce streets.

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

RECRUITS WINTER, FOR THE 55TII PENNSYLVANIA COL. R. WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA OK ANY PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT NOW IN SERVICE. A BLE-BODIED YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED CX. to fill up the Regiments now in the service of the United Slat«s. The undersigned has opened a Recruiting- Rendezvous * At Henry II. Manderbach's Hotel, iu the Borough of WomelBdorf. Lieut. G. M. PARSONS Of _Tiuth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers August 23-41*] ¦ Recruiting Officer.

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