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

OFriCB OP JAY COOKS, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Go*, Bankers, 111 SOUTH THIKU STREET, PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1862. TH E UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN APpointed SUBSC'RIPTIOS AGENT by tie Secretary of the Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once, the New Twenty Year 6 per cent Bonds Of tbe United Stales, d&signaiea as " Five Twenties,' . ' redeemable _Ht The plfflttmre of _tiso _GoTerumeiit, _ivfter _fiye _\eurB. and authorised by Act of CoD_^_ress, approved February 25, 1S-R2. The COUPON BONDS are _issued iu _sudjb of $30, 9103, $500, and $1000. The KKGlsTER BONDS in euins of iji-W, SiOO, $300_,$1000 and _SSdOO. Imerottt at Six per cent, per annum will commence from Ju_^_6 <if _Hli_¥_iiht*.iiA _^ AH/) iti FAYABS_<S _SSJ SOLS, Semi-Annuallv, which is cuaa!. at the present premium on gold, to abuut ' EIGUT PER . ENY. 1'BR ANNUM. Farmers. _Merchants, mechanics _Capitalists, aud all who have any money to invest, i*hou!d know and remember rbat ...

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

Too Mart- _Ikohs is xhs Fikk.—Whenever you Bee a gal with a whole lot of sweethearts, (says a humorous writer,) it's an even chance if she gets married to any one of 'em. One cools off, and before she brings any of 'em to the right weldin' heat, the coal is gone and the fire is out. Then ahe may blow, and, blow till she's tired ; the may blow np a dust, but the deuse of ft flame she can blow up again. I never see a clever looking gal in danger of that but I don't long to whisper in . her ear—"You dear little critter, yon take care; you have too many irons in the fire; some of 'em will get stone cold, and t'other ones will get burnt eo they will be no more good mi naHi_^ " Was Power Cusbehct. —A good joke was practiced on the woollies in Havana, Schuyler county, N. Y., recently. An old chap, not worth a red, issued a batch of _shinplasters which he made payable at the Havana Bank. One of the bigwigs of the place,, a Senator and stockholder, met the joker one day and commenced lec...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE T)URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORX PHANS' COURT of Berks _cousty. will be _oold at public _vendor, on Saturday, the 7th day of YebnihTy, A. I*., 1863 at tho _pnhlte _krttue of Jamb DUt_«i_>, in Fl««twond Richmond township, Berksconnty_.thefollowingdef-crlbed Realfc' sta_'e, to wit: No. 1.—All that certain tract or piece of WOODLAND, _^I _E_» _ftitnute in the Township at Rnscombmanor. in ibe _SrgStCdunty of Berk ' s bended by lands lat« of Jacob _IfjKUriel, Mr. WeideDbammer and Charles Levao ; _^^b»». containing fl acres and 1.12 perches. fto. 2—All that certain pieco or tract of WOODLAND, sittuta in Hi_4T.nrnshiiit>f _Unt_^_vinlimannr, County afore. Raid, bounded by lands late »f Philip Kline, land* late of Jacnb _Schnll. aud lands of David Hoch; containing 12 acres and 6:) 2 10 perches. So. 3— All tb«t certain piece or tract of WOODLAND. t situate in the _Township of _Ruscombmanor, said _,Connty. bounded by lanas of Daniel Koiheruiel. and Kdwar...

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

BUY YOUR GOODS B. DISSLER'S CH E AP DRY GOODS & _SROeSRY STORE, SSo. 48 West Penn Street* "SLeading August 16 HOUSE. SIGN. AND DECORATIVE PAIXTING. GEORGE SEILING, SOUTH SIXTH STREET, D1KECTLY OPPOSITE the Schiuackcr _HouHt, is prepared to execute orders for House and Sign Painting iu all their branches, [ojfetber with I_'_ainting and Graining in perfect imitation ot all kinds uf Wuutl _nud Marble, ia a »tyle that cannot be _surpassed, aud _nt the _inweM _pricon. He also pay.- particular attention to Fresco Painting, real and imitative, for Churched, HallK, Parlors, JJrawing-Kooiuh, Public Buildings, etc., and can refer to nuiuerouH bu:ldin((b In this city, and other cities and towns m l_'uunsylvania, for _upecimeua of his worK. A practical ex pel ien<:e of twenty-live years as a Painterwarrants him in _Hiiviny that bi_« work vanuut be _excelled iu beauty of d* _siiru. sower or effect, and liuis _'ied execution. in &jf He will t«.ko ord_«r» Tor _^-or...

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

STRICKLAND & _BROTHEB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS 23 EAST PSKW STE._BES, READING, PA. A LASQS AND WT.LL _SELECTED STOCK A. or School, Miscellaneous and Blank FRAYZR BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS , PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSIC HOOKS, GOLD PENS FANOY ARTICLES, HOTU, LETTER. _ClPcmA PIRNTING PAPER and PAPER BAGS. B£_AZ_7K BOOBS —\N»—MERCHANTS1 ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order j Churches and S*!>_t.Rtli Scliouls _^applied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at _catalogue priceK «a# - Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest _wholesale pricea. * S- Teachers supplied with Music at tbe Ofiual discount. N. B —Hook; a.Dd _Aluxic sent by mail postage paid, ou rec:ir,i of Fablishera' Trices. - Ian IS-tf

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

hi.a I us _bulibild. Black, y_^f_^FAsf_^ _^_. Salmon, JJark Brown, /_£&' ~ ^^\ Scarlet, SnvfJirown. \Sf & y _£\ Dark _JDrali, Light Brown, I [ JO _^_R (•*/ Light Drub , Dark Blue, \ I / JMv n) Yellow, IJghl Blue _^ JL-SJ& ir * _? _d Light Yellow, Dark tfreen, _E§3_SzP*_'_*_&_*. i Orange, Light Green , - _^_t_^fjS^^_ffik _Jh {/ ei><t_, fmk, _jMjajp _^ J _Sg _K Solferino. Purple, _^SBvSfcSsSiSi- _f'enchBlue. State, MKES&tiiiSMV Rmjal Purple, FA1_VIILY PY£ COLORS, FOR DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Shawls, _Scdrfe, Dresses, Ribbons. Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Kid GloveH, Childten_'_s Clothing, and ail 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 thorongbly tested, and put up in neat packages. For twenty-five cents you can color as many good a as would otherwise cost live times that sum. The process is Hiniple, and any one can u...

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

TAREANT'S EFFEHVESCENT SELTZEK APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MKDIciae has universally received the most favorable re commendations of tbe Medical _Profession and the Public, as the most Efficient and Agreeable SALINE APERIENT. Ii may be need with tbe beat effect in Bilious and b'ebrile _Disfaso6, Cost: venose, Sick _Headache, _Kausea, Loss of Appetite, InUisesti"u, Acidity of the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Affections, " Gravel, Piles . , and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PURGATIVE IS itEQUIltED. It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by" Sea aud Land, _Residents of Dot _Clitnutps, _Persona of Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convalescents; Captain* of Vesselx and Planters will find it a vulnable addition- to their Medicine Chests. It Is in the form of a powder, carefully pu np In bottles, W beep itt apy climate, and merely _reqmrw -water poured upuu it to produce a o'elighiful effervescent beverage. Samerons te.--tim...

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

PHILADELPHIA _SHZRT AND _OOXiIiAIl BCOTJSE 1000 Dozen HICKORX" SIIXJELTS. iooo do. _| 6ray. Eed a s 2 H d ilt _^8 _fla _**eiinnn _j_« {ASSORTED PANCr "?HAVBLLIKG 1000 do. | SUIKTS. mnn !/ 5 WHITE _MUSLIM SHIRTS from 1000 do. \ «9,_»5 Upwards. 100O do. DEHTJI OVERALLS. 10,003 Pairs COTTOI. ADS PAKTAL00NS. 5 _MANVSACTUliEES 07 THE MINER'S WELSH 1 " i _FLANNEI. SHIRTS. \ And a Large Assortment of LINEN And _MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLiAKS , Art _GB_^T 'tEHE-N_' S _VOJiKlStiJifOi Qcopg, For Sale by BENNETT, RFCH & CO., manufacturers, 217 CliurvU Alley, •Tan 17-3mo] _PHILADELPHIA. i'A.

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

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE Of _rBWNSYLVAWIA. OFFICB, NOS. i AND 6 EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., Between Dock awl Third Sts., PHILADELPHIA. x9reon.3poatda.xBi> in 1794. CHARTER PERPETUAL . OA.3PiTja.ri, _4_taoo,ooo. Properties of the Company, Feb. 1, 1861, $507,034 6X. Marine, lire and Inland transportation Insurance, •DIRECTORS. HENRY D. 8HERRERD, WILLIAM R. WHITE, SIMEON TOBY, CEORGE «. STUART, CHARLES SIACALESTER, SAMUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM S. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGJVER_, JOHN B. _BCDD, THOMAS B. WATTS0N , HBKKY G. FREEMAN, CHAKLE8 S. LEWIS. GEOKGE C. CARSON, HENRY D. SHERRERD, Preaident. WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. 49" Applications for Insurance may be made to WILLIAM KEfiLYat Howard & Co's. Express Office. M-vtr 11 l«fil-lv

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

TO THE LADIES CLASS AND _ttUEEHSWARE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of the following kinds of _TAJSCTt CHINA. AHVXCX.SS! French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizesCard Basket* v-ardi.ece.vers,.Jewel Boxes. Cologne Bottles, Motto Co * fees, Watch Holders, _InksfandK, Cigar Stands, and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for the What-tfot. 'Also Bohemian _acd ' rreuch Glassware, _Stttfh UWIm _Bottlee, Decanters, Gobleteand Wibe Ola-fes. Liquor _SettB, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets . Cologne Bottle * Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cel_^ lars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c. tec.. ' and Common _Glat stock of °V 'ry description ' _< t08ether with an exienriye QvxiBZfaistrA&si_, _CopeUtingr in part, of White Orauite Tea and Toilet _86tt& reaand Coffee CnpsDmner, Breakfast and Butter P!«t<_£ Dwhes of all kinds, Pitchere. Mugs, Bowls, &c, &c. with a full _Ijdb of common ware, all of which we o...

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

RECRUITS _W&HTED_, FOR THE 55TH PENNSYLVANIA :»«. aec_: cs-m i»jk _jbz mss _rm? 9 COL. R. WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFOllT, SOUTH CAROLINA, OB ANT PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT KOW IN SERVICE. \ BLE-BODIED YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED .CL to 111 _«P the Regiments now in the service of tbe United States. The undersigned b&s opened a Recruiting Rendezvous At Henry H. Manderbach'_s Hotel, in tbe Borougb of _Womalsdorf. Lieut. G. M. _PAESOK6_, Of «5th Keglment Penaeylvania _Volanteem, _Angnst 23-4t*l Kecraiting Officer.

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

SeTTTmn a Docto&'_s Bill by Marriage.—A young lady named Addie Jameson, only ib years old, at New-York, in getting out of an omnibus, lftst Spring, fell and broke one of her legs. A young M. D. who lived in that street, had the suffering girl taken to his boardingh ouse close by, where he set the broken limb, and she was then taken home. He continued his attendance, fell in love with Miss J_, and finally offered his band in marriage. She accepted; but her father refused his assent to the match, because the doc tor was poor, and as yet had but little practice. Sawbones tterejipoii Bade out ft bm of $2 per visit for 218 visits, and $20 for setting the broken leg. He meant to have pay for bis courting, if it had to go for nothing. The old man finding that he must pay some $100 to $500, or lose his daughter, finally gave tha doctor (be latter on receiving a receipt in fuil, and the juvenile Miss Jameson is now Mrs. Dr. _Gravaon.

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

BAST FBNNSYLVAKXA. RAILROAD. IVinter Arrangement COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBER nth, 1862. Direct to New-York Without Change of Cart. g&jWSflB _xi_5_^ ° _N AND AFTER MONDAY _*_W _*"Hr fi M» ¦rjwm leave Heading daily (Sun _dave excepted) for Allentown, JIauch Chunk, Wthle. hem, _Easton, New-Tork, &c, Ac, at fi.18 A. M 111\ It., and i.20 P. M. from the ' <lj 4 > UPPER DEPOT. Thefl.18 A. M. _trsin is the Bastem _Kipregg . withoochange of cars from Pittsburgh , and arrives in Sexr-Ynrv at _1W6AM This traiu wfll ' stop only at _LyoSs, AU ° e? town, Bethlebeui_, _Baston and the principal stations on tk» The "-IS A. M. Train will stop at all Stations between Reading and AUemown, and the 4.20 P. M. Trsin at ill stations, except Merztown and Al _Bnrtis. The U.l/l A. M. Train arrives in New-York at 6 OOP M and the 4 20 P. M, Tra|B »( J0l_5 f, M, 6 °°P -M - Trains wm leave Brew-York dally (except _Pnndayj) gt 6 A. M., 12 noon, and 7 P. M., at the foot of _Courtland...

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

C OA L OIL WORKS , MASUFAGTVbiE THE UKSTBURNING OIL in the City ; _warranted purd au-.l _ovreet, uon-explo .,.._„, .ess smell when _tmrnini!, noe.-i.-piiifl th« wick, hnrns louK.-r tl.i._u «•¦/ -.tber Oil uiado in I'biUd.-ipt.ia, f« which l_._tKw _. tiii" _CVrtifiiwt.)* _ca<i h_« _olmiSneJ. A|»uBBMINB always on _hund. Office So. 233 Hurth Third Rtreet, Vhita. Jacob s. fry. due 13-3m] GEO. LEKCH a CO., _Ruadin?, _Agents. KOLLOCK'S DAtf DSLION * _COFFeeT _1 _MII3 I'KKI'AKATipX , MAVK FROM THE . hast Java CoiSto. ihracoiomeo'lctl by _physlciaub rb a. _iiiporior NUTRITIOUS i:_GVKi:_AMi lor fienaral Debility, _Dytipeptia, and ftll _IjUioum _CisuruerM. _Thousands who have been _uompiuleJ toai _mudon the use of coffee will use this without injurious oa'ucu. Uue cau contains the _HtreUKlh of two _poauds of ordinary _ct.c_'_ee. Price 25 cents. KOLLOCK'S LBVAIN, The purest aaJ beat BAKING I'OWDER known, for innkiu;; light, sweet HUd nutrilimio Bread aud cakes. Price 15 cents. Manufac...

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

NEW DRY GOODS. _jcau s. _PSAnsery & c_©., Mo. 18 WEST PEJVN STREET, EAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTment of very desirable WI5TKR DRY GOODS, to i the _Htteruion ot purchasers la respectfully invited. Tb« _fWvk cuuipf-JKea; £!«gant _Silbn, French Merlnoes, Printed _Miirinoes, Kepps, All Wool Da Laloes, Printed 0a5l_»iuorns, Crape FoplinH, I'iaid _Valencias, Shepherd Plaids, 1'rinted _Coburgx_, Chaiuu _Liiiiie Shawls, lttoclie Siiaw.s, Ebephcrd Plaid t'hawls, fancy Plaid _SlmwW, Cloth _tianjues, _t;toth Circniars ClothsCa_^Mmeres and _Vestlngs, I.ineun and White Goods, Kmbiolderieii, Gloves aud Hosiery, Flannels, Saiinetts, Jeans, GiUKhh-iuo, &c. fnov 8

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

THE _WIKD AND LEiU, AN _EUgrESiaJU, 0 listen, ladies, and I'll tell you brief A touching tale, and true as history. The Wind and Leaf held dalliance. "Gentle Leaf," Began the Wind, " awake and fly with ac! for thee I pass'd the beds where roses are: And though their whispers fragrant vroo'd my Btay, And every little bad shone like a star, I thought on thee;—arise and come away ! Thy sisters dark are sleeping in the dew, I would not rouse their coldness with a sigh; But tbou the beautiful, and I the true, Were.meant for common passion—let us fly." The Leaf complied, and ere a day was done Wm sung aside—a thing to tread upon. —Tatfs Magazine.

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

IIBABING SAVJJNtiS J_5AJNK. INCORPORATED MAT 11, 1855. CAPITA!., $SO,O00. Banking House, East Markti Square, North Side, Beading, Pa. £kEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS f to Ten Thousand Dollars. Money is received on det from 9 A. M. to 3 1*. SI. ; and on Wednesday and SalnrJay _evenlags from 9 *». M. io !> P. M. Interest will be _allowed at the rate of Five per cent, per annum, on all sums remaining on deposit, (or one year or more. On sums remaining less than a year, interest _will be allowed at the rate of Four per cent, per annum. .83- All the assets of tbe Bank find the individual proptrtlf <'/ (fif- _StWkfiOfdfTS, are UnWe for the payment of »epoKits. Perrons who have money to deposit, are invited to call at the Banking House for further information. DIRECTORS. David Yodeb, Gideon Snydbb, Michael Obpbbr, Conrad Rkbeb, DAKIBb B. LOBAH, GOHBAD Y. BeIDLBB. A. ¥. Boas. President—A. F. BOAS. CashUn—ADAM LEIZE. _fdec 27-ly

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

HATS, CAPS & FUES_, FOR FAI.L _ASTD _VTIKTSR_, _tT\ AT THB OLD-ESTABLISHED STAHD OF I_3| _#tt 2s» . C_* . IBO-a._®, SL Wo. 6 West Penn Street, next door to the Union Bank of Heading, _TJtTHO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM TT New-York and Philadelphia the latest styles of Hats ana caps me^'_of * '°the 6etts '"lt He has al8 ° received a fine HMort-LADIES' FURS. BUFFALO ROBES, TXUXX8, CARPET BAGS, „, . . VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the lowe-t cash prices. As be dkV (-ash for all his goods, he is enabled to sell them at the low 68t prices. _EaF* A large lot of the best quality of BED FEATHERS ™? 0 7h i_?h _, tlie _* tteBtiou <>f _Uoosekeepers U respectfully Invited. Call and examine. —No troublo to show soodB> [Oct 18-tf

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

FANCY _FVSS! TA1_TCY TUKSJ JOHOT FAB.EXB.il., No. 718 AKC1I Street, below JKighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA. «$£&> IMPORTER AND MANUFACV/^\ TUREIt or, and- Dealer in all kinds of _. Jn|t FAKC_1_T PURSf ^^¦•^SK for Ladies' and _Chilurbx'b Weak. I jr^^_iwV desire to say to my friends of Reading _raSlrai aud cue surrounding Counties that I bavt. /y'', ' _S_^'_^rm\ note in sture, one of the largest aud most _^i l/j Ti11^_ beautiful assortment* of all kinds and "*S5S'^_5 C- qualities of FAN_'._IY lfUBS,/or Ladies' J X_^j/_fi and Children's Wear, that will he worn _^ _^j8S&3_ggr during this Fall and Winter. My Fnrs were _purchased in Knrope, previous to the rise in Sterling Exchange, and tho New Duty Imposed on all Furs Imported since the first of August. I would also state, that as long as my stock lastsI will offer it at prices proportionate to what the goods cost me; but, it will be impossible for me to Import and Mannfacture _aoy more FUM, _ftlld 6*11 tli»Hl a...

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

mm _ao!d _iaiaaatii_^i Saja'-m-qOfe BbS £_2. JUST OFF. NED, At 2io. £<!), 13aat _Feun _Street, _Heading, Between _Sixth niitl SeventU, (Formerly Otto's Dry Goods More,) A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT j_£\ of French China, Parian'Ware, Lava 'iVaro, Terra OotU Ware, French ati<l America!! _Giats Wilt*, Haled Goods and Cutlery, all of which v/jll be sold at New-York I'rices for cash. The _i'roprietur has facilities never bafore presented to the _citizKDH of Keading, fur sailing them all DESCRIPTIONS OP GOODS Io bifl Hue, and _uh lie inteadsto give hisatteutionexcla._siye'.y io th_« sale of _ibusi; _xrtislcs. ht> liopi's the pa'oliu will kuh< taia him in his elloi-ts to e_^_tablixb a flt'tt-clJo-s Chma, Glass and Queenswai'e Store iu Beading. Ausr. Z-tfl W. S. HALT,.

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