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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

TIIE BLOCKADE OF CHARLESTON The Rebel Reports Exaggerated. She Fort Completely Blockaded by Zron-Clads_. An ' Attack on the City Momentarily Expected. Washington, Thursday, Feb. 5, 1883. The reports in regard to the encounter off Charleston Harbor, being from Rebel sources, are doubtless greatly exaggera'ed. There has been no interruption of the blockade, and no such assumption will be a. d.fflitted by the Government. A telegram was received to-day from Fortress Monroe, saying: Gen Dix is in receipt of Rebel news from Charleston to the 3d inst, at which time that port was thoroughly blockaded, the Union iron _clads lying ioside of the wooden vessels. The former were not with the fleet at the time of the attack on the 1st Inst. An attack on the city was momentarily expected. 'A dispatch-boat with an official account from Admiral Dupont was hourly expected.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

THE BELEA&E OF A. D. BOILEAU HIS APOLOGY AND PLEDGE. Baltimore, Feb. 2. The following is the letter of Mr Albert D. Boileau, of the Philadelphia Evening Journal, on which his release was granted: HBADQUABTERS OF THE MIDDLE DEPARTMENT, ) _KlOBTH AKXX COBPS BALTIMORE, SlD., FEB. 1. \ I , Albert D. Boileau, citizen of Philadelphia, editor and publisher of the Philadelphia Evenvtg Journal, now confined in Fort Mcllenry for tbe publication of an editorial article under the title of "Davis * Message," in that newspaper of January 20th, 18C3, and for the publication of other articles of a like dangerous character, tending to the support and encouragement of the rebellion against the Government of the Uuited States, do hereby freely and voluntarily express my regret for the publication of that article, or of any other article of like tendency or oharacter, »_nd do distinctly disavow such article or articles being published with my proper authority or knowledge ; and declare th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

IMPORTANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESEMAN'S FILLS. Tbe combination of in_^_redienis in tbnfte Pill* are the vesnlt of a long aud extensive practice. They are mild in their operationand certain in correcting all irregularities, Painful menstruations, removing all obstructions, wbetber from cold _oi_> Atherwiyeheadache, pain in the Mile, palpitation of the heart.whites, all nervous"_dffeoHons, hysterics, pain in the back and limbs, &c, disturbed bleep, Which arise from interruption of nature. DB CBEESEMA2_TS PILLS wan the commencement of a new era in tbe treatment of _those irregularities and _obstructions which have consigned so many to a ' _psematcrb oravk _Kq female can enjoy good i'aallh unless she is regular, and whenever aa obstruction _Ukes place ihe general health begins io decline. DR. fiUKGSGMAN-S PIU.S sa-e the most effectual remedy ever kuowu for all complaints peculiar to Feriialts. To all classes tbey are invaluable, inducing, with certainty' periodical reg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

PENSIONS, BOUNTIES & BACK PAY. A _IMPLICATIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED J\ to. Terms moderate and no charge until obtained. A. G. GREEN, Attorney at L»w, ' Jan S'-tino] Oflice in Court _street, Beading. Sur Estate of Mary Paxton, dee'd. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT AN INquisition or valuation of the Real Estate late of Mary Paxtou. of the City of Reading, Berks county, deceased, will be held on Saturday, the 28th day of February, A. D. 1303, at 1 o'clockP. M., on the premises in the said City of KeadiDg, when and where all persons interested may attend, if they thintc proper. A. R. KffiNIG, 8heriff: Sheriff's Office, Reading, January SI, 1863-U Rare Chance for a Cabinetmaker. rpHE UNDfillSlGNED, DESIROUS OP REI _linqm&hing _baMoeaa, offers for sale his stock of CABINETWAUE and TOOLS, together with a HEARSE and everything necessary to carry on tbe Undertaking Business. This is the oldest stand in the city, is in a good location, and offers a rare c'uauce for a person with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

aoschenhoppen Mutual Fire Insurance Company. ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANXJL _agers of the above named Company, held on the 22d day of November, A. D., 1S62, the following amendments to the By-Laws were adoptedto take effect npon the commencement of the period for winch the Charter has been extended, to wit: On the 3rd day of March, A. D., 1863. In Article 6th, after the words " All property both real and personal, may be inxnrnd for tbrae-fourttas its actual cash valne," Insert the woidu: The insured being _Gntilled to three-fourths of the _cash value of any loss sustained. Strike ont Article 7th and inBtead thereof insert the following By Law, to wit: Tbe insurance to be during the continuance of the Charter, provided, the rates of _assessment authorized by Section 6th of tbe Act of Incorporation, and Section 4th of the Act Supplementary to said Act, _bj paid into the hands of tha Treasurer, agreeably to the provU Hions of said Sections. Should any insurer neglect or refuse t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL ON TBS EUROPEAN PLAN, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Kooms Fifty Cents per Day. City Hall Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opro8iTE Cixy Hall.) _Ty/_TEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN JjIX. tbe spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel. 49* Beware of _RUNNERS and HACKMEN who say we are full. _Jtrn I7_rlyj R., FRENCH, Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

FOR RENT, rpflE HOUSE IN SOUTH FIFTH STREET, I between the properties of the late Gen. Geo. H. Kelm and Dr. Lot Benson, now ocenpled by Mr. George _VT, Q99irichfrom the 1st of April next. Persons dwlrons or Tiair-Ing the property, can apply to Mr. Goodrich; and for terms, to Richard Boone, living in the neighborhood. 4 f. A. _MUHLBNBEBG_.J_*. Reading, Nov. 16th, 1862-tf CHARLES LANCASTEE, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, Fourth Street, above Pettn_, Re»a_*m_». January 24,1863-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

To Nervous Sufferers of Both Sexes. A Reverend Gentleman having been restored to health in a few days, after undergoing all the _uanal routine and irregular expensive modes of treatment, without success, considers it bis sacred duty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures tbe ueanb of curs. Hence, on the receipt of an _addressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription _uted. Direct to Dk. JOH\ M. DAGMALL, 1S6 Falton Street, Brooklyn, N. X. rian. 17-2 mo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

MARRIED. On tlia 6th ult., by Rov. A. L. Herman, Mr. _Bejjseviij_.e K. KiEsKtt, of Maidencreek, to Miss Mart A. De Tdkk. of _Richmond. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

HELMBOLD'S . _GENOIHE PREPARATIQHS HELMBOLDS GENUINE PREPARATION. "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU A _FOBltive ana specmc itemeay Fop Diseases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. This Medicine _inceaseB tbe power ot blgeaiion, anJ ex cites the Absorbents into healthy action, by which the Watery or Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlargements are reduced, as well as- Pain and Inflammation, and Is Good For _MBN, W03MCBW OR CBH.PR_3QM HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT _BTTCHU_, For Weaknesses Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indiscretion or Abuseattended with the following _sjmptoma: Indisposition to Kxertion, ,'I._obb of Power, Los* of Memory, Difficulty of Breatblng, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wakeful nets, Dimness of Vision, Pain tn tbe Back, Universal Lassitude of the Flashing of the Body, MnscalRr System, Eruptions of the Skin, Hot Hands, _Drvnesi of tha Skin. PALLID UOUJNTJBJNAJNU.E. These symptoms, if...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

_CONSTITUTION WATERIBB OfiBAT RSMSDT JOB THE _COKTSTITTTTIOKT AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB, DIABETES AND DISEASES OP THE KIDNEYS AM) _BLADDEB. These Dangerous and Troublesome Diseaseswhich have thus far Resisted the best directed Treatment, can be Completely _CtmlrolledbyWeBEMEDXnowbeforevsl Tan GtfRATirB properties or tbe medicine direct tljetm-elves to tbe organs of secretion, and by so altering the condition of tbe stomach and liver that the starchy principle of tbe food is not converted into sugar so loug as the system is under the influence of the CONSTITUTION WATER, which gives those organs time to recover their healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state chut tbe _CoQHtitutioa Wat ter has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given. STONE IN TIIE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OR MILK. _Y DISCIJAR GES AFTER VRTNATrNa • •• _Disease occurring from one and _tbesaras cange will be _«utl»!y eii*_dd by the C.meti_'.utloa Wai«*, if tak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

Old _Abi _Takks His Tod.—For occasional sai-Iies of genoine original wit, gives us a country grocery on winter evenings and rainy da y s, and the bar-roonw of country hotels. As an instance, take the following, which occurred in a bar-room not long since. There was quite a collection, and our friend S _, who is a Democrat, and friend JL, who ifl a Republican, had been earnestly, but pleasantly, discussing politics; and as a lull took place in the conversation, 8. spoke as fol lows: •• M.. how _manv public men are there who are really _temperance meal "Oh, I don't know," replied M. " Well," said S., "I don't know of but one that I can speak positively of on our side, and that is General _Cass." " Well," said M., promptly, " There is President Lincoln on onr Bide, certain.'4 " Guess not," said S., incredluously. " Guess yes," replied M., warmly. " But yon don't pretend to say that President Lincoln is a temperance man ?" asked S. " Yet I do," answered M., •• and can maintain tho R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

EM HER JANE. O, 'tia of a young maiden * bum y I'd tell, And also of her lover and what them befell; How her _lorer was a _capting, wbat galled the salt sea, And the _eonseqnenem attending the parting from she. »owtheTe»eIortlilsc»_ptiiis,itwa9*_4Uedth«EmmerjRD8, And In honor of his trne love the eaptlng _gare her that name; So that when he was a tonal ng upon the briny sea, That renal that ha sailed in night remind him of she. O, 'twas with a load of shingle* this gallant cap ting sailed away From port and his true love all on a summer's day; But he never more was heard of nor his vessel so brave, And it w«« calculated potty gen'rally he found a watery grave. Haw up and dawn thaw shore, for many a long da 7< This maiden did wander, seeking him who sailed away, A askin' all the captings and sailyers she could see, If in "breastin"'the billering "surges" they tad seen _anvthina o' he ? ftttitl-ftftfttif On _»eold stone, all summer, oy tne nine o «>H «>-, Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

HARDWARE & IRON STORE, W&OSSSA&B AND B._BTAJS. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING BOUGHT 1 the old Established Hardware and Iron Store of the late FrielMU-. Stevenson A Co.. and KaVl_*,K »W °dB Ureo new Stock of good-; would respectfully c£u ttaattnUnS of the public to their large assortment of »»»«»«>« HARD WARE, CUTLER Y, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY wu _^ «. ¦ G °_*aa _r*™*™™, **., Ac., WUcD they are _determinea to sell at the Y_«y lowest Mm ket Prices, wholesale and retail. »«wbsi mu--arasrsBrfflSr _asJah GEOKQBLEKCH.] j._n 18 '' _fJ. T. _JACKSO.V. COAL, WOOD, SALT, _JK_^t'WLimMlWSZ «SBz. _SaLSTJOa _SAMUElTioOBT E_, (fobhesiit) John Sissinger_* Jr_, Corner of Penn and Front Streets , Reading T] AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS ±± at _reasoaabje _prfc?9, ftJJ kinds of Broken Egcand and san ° d ! 'Che * tnut ana B»nminpng Coal . _Bal_^_liou . **" Persons in want of anything in my line will find it _^ _tTSSSfSSXSt_^SSSs . Toct 6-tf LEWIS _BS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

PRINCE & GO'S., World _Kefiowned _Meloileoas and Harmoniums, _^ , WITH TiiE _LATEST PATENTED I_^^_S_^^feSiiuptoveiaeats, introducing the Basso _tenuto _fnHfln with tbs elfect of lVdal bass on the cheapest U" ill lr Instruments—rruiu$l/_i to_*:_«0. _EARNEST GABLER'S _UffSirRPASSED ' jsp- sl JSk. am «» sm9 7 and 7K OctaveK, full Iron frame, overstrung, small and _latttti i_>_izes, plaiii and very richly _iinixbed, from $175' to _$iOn. ' accorttiui_( to style. AlsoPianos by other makers. l_^- Every Instrument Warrai.ted. For sale at thelowesi wholesale prices, aud a liberal deduction fur Cash, or pu small and convenient monthly instalment!!. J _AMf_* hBUI-AK, Sole AKent, 279 and 2S1 Souih Fifth Street, above bpruce, Dec O-Sraol Philadelphia. CASPER HEFT, _XMVORTJSlt AJil_) DEALER IN WINES, LII QUOEg _kud _SEOAilS, No. 161 _Sorth Third Street . Phil_, _adelphin, would respectfully call the attention of hotel keepors aud others, to his well selected stock of Wines, jty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

HARVEY BIRCH & BROS., O&BAT UTB&AXIT _AOUKrCY NO. 63 WEST PENH BTREBT, IirSADINGi PA. ESTABLISHED BY ENERCY _ ANB PERSEVERANCE. Subscriptions recd-veil for all JVew-Yorlt and JPIUlartelpltin Daily Papers. Per Annum.* Pit Annum. Albion, New-York, Sttf (K) _,Law Reporter _%_3 _<-0 Atlantic Monthly, 3 no Lexlio's _IMostVd News. .1 00 All the Year Bpnild_, » W Leslie's Family Maga-American Agriculturist. 1 00 zli'e, 3 06 _*Blackwood'sMag_»zine, 3 00 _^London Qaar. Review, 3 no Bon Ton Uairazine of *• Lancet, S 00 Fashion, a 00 " Art Journal, ._'_» <io Banker's Magazine N T. fl 00 " Vouch, 6 00 " London, 7 00 Littell's _Living Age, 6 iH) Braithwaite'_sRetrospect, l.iille l'il_«iiin, 00 f*am!*nnDiiAl, 2 no _lioodou World or Fash-Bri'ish and Foreign Med- iou, 4 SO leal Keview, Quarterly, 3 00 *North British Kevlew, _» 00 Cornhill Magazine, 4 00 North American " 0 00 Cultivator, Albany, f>0 Merry's Museum, 1 00 Country O'entleman 2 00 Once a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

FRANK 3. FIGHTHORN, _SSo. 42 Sast Fenn Streeti above 6th, Sonth side. HAS NOW OPEN. AND FOR SALE, THE _following desirable GROCERIES, viz: MEW CITRON. HEW _UAUDIED LEMOX PESL, KEW LAYKK RAISIXS, i!EW BUKCH RAISINS, NEW _SEEDLBsS RAISIKS. EXTRA _MIXGED MEAT, _VALENCIA BAL-IKS, FRESH PEACHES, CRASBERKIES, FRESH PLUMS, _PU2_riH QOISOES. QUINCE JELLY, FitESH TOAIATOE3, CCKKAXT JELLY, FKE_311 I'KASS. QUINCE JAM, FRESH CHERKIE;, DRIED APPLES. PEACH JAM. DRIED PEACHES PLUM JAM LiitlfcO CKEKRIKS. _CtTKRANT JAM, UR1ED _BLACKKKURIES VlilSD E'i.OERn&li&lES, _liiiiED _VFOXED <;HERR1ES, ALMOND CKACKEKS, D1_UEI) CORN, _GlvGEK NUTS, HOMI_3_T, &c_, &c. WISE W-5C0ITS, SO1>A El CUIT_^_i, SWEKT CIDER, _FAitlXA CRACKERS, and tVRE Cr-EB VIKSG&R, FAMILY CKACKEK_?, _P.lt»L fill. KXiKA FAMILY SOAP, PURE PEPPEtt, NO. 1 S_\LMOK. 1-UHB Si'ICES, SEW MESS MACKEREL. PURE OLIVE CI MO 1 _JIACKKs.EL. WO. 2 _ilACKHSEL, cCUTCli HBH'UNO RICH WILD CHEESE R. MinP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER, OK TUB OR-1 PHANS' COURT of B->_rks con-ty, will be sold at public vendne, on Friday, _tbn £Oth day of _Febrnary, A. D., _1.S63, on the _premiseK. at the late rcs rience of John Blatt, deceased, the _following described Real Estateto wit: All ibat certain undivided moiety or half of a Tract of Land, situate in Upper Bern _township, county of Berks aforesaid, bounded by lands of Henry Fink, mar Fink. Jacob Balt-(uuujMind by the Philadelphia and Rending Railroad, coq. taiaini_; 11 acres and 16 perches, neat measure. Late the property of John BMt, deceafied. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when due attendance will be given, aud the torms of sale made known by FREDERICK KLATT, ) . HENRY FINK , J _fixecutors. By order of the Court.—Uasibl B ahw, Clerk. January 24. _If63-3t* Public Sale of Personal Property-ON SATURDAY. THE 14th DAY OF FEB ruary, 1S6S, at 12 o'clock. At., the _undersigned will _aeil at public vendao, at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

Philadelphia and Reading Rail Road WINTER ARRANGEME NT &m&0¥ E mmm P_^_=Rv._^rxs (Passing Reading) DOWN, TO _PHILADELPHIA, at 8 30 and 11 ln 12 noon, and -l.ai K Sf. "-10 A - U_, UP, TO POTTSV1LLE, at II.10 A.M. and _B.Oiip j, WEST, TO LEBANON AND MARRISBUkG. Western Express from New-York, at l'.'O? mi,ini ' . Blail Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and 6 tK> p! M "ll "' lIlt _- On Sundaystbo Down A.M. _Traiu passes fi fl »j-9._»l A. H . and Op Train, at 5.37 P. M. *eadiD_? „ Both 11.10 A. M. and (5 .00 I'. M. np trnjna ,._„-„_„, _^dt c _' _nZVkm:>Va "Wt " 1amsi>on ' _^n»lra, Bu_^B Mo_^Va Tbe 11.10 A. M. Train only connects at Port _#., for Wilknsbarrc, Scrautou and I'ittston w-tti., The Western Express Train* connect at _rTarrisbur_? wll, JSxpress Tfa-lnB on the IVuusylvania _Ilailnmil f, - _,^"" burgh, and all points West ; and (he ,>JBjJ 7_'r«io« coji"_"' at H»_rrielmrg for _Litncaster _Chamliersburft Siiuh._irJ _« ' _liamspurt, Lock Haven,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS COUNTRY DEALERS. CABINET ^~>5_»J*^_5l~> fiREAT FURNITURE _^r ^^^^^ SM_^ INDUCEMENT REDUCES 7 _^^S_^^^_fl BA8H PRICES. _wigjgffw_^ BUYERS. North Fifth Street3rd Door above the Old state House JOHN D. BERTOLETTE, HAVING PURCHASED THE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bertolotte, he now olfers to the public the largest and most complete assortment of Furnitnre ever ottered for gale to the citizens of Heading and vicinity. His stock luinitisiU of PARLOR, HALL. LIBRARY, CUAMBKR, VINING ROOM and KITCHEN Furniture, all of bis own maunfacture, and made in the must workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire satisfaction. Employing none but experienced workmen, be feels coufl-Wanr. nf _antwoaa TO TBS TRADE. He has constantly on band a large btocK ot Walnut, Mahogany and Roeewood Vene_»m, which have been selected with tnucb care. Coach Body, Flowing, Cabinet, Japan and Shellac Varnishes; Undertakers' and Upholsterers' t...

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