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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

O WEET CORN, AT _O PEOCOCK'S Feb 71 40 South Fifth Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

CONSTITUTION WATER. TBB GREAT RBUKBDV FOB THE cfoia_'rS'aP'_5i i?xj i no3xr AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES ANT) T>_IST_5ASF!S OF THE »•• KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. That Bangmntg _aiul _Troublrsome Diseases, «*(«& hove thuafar HesistteA the bent directed _Trmtrnmt, can be Completely Controlled by the REMED Tnoiobefore us! TUB CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct themselves to the organs of secretion, and by bo altering the condition of the stomach and liter that tbe _stitrcby principle of (he food is not eonverted into sugar so long 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 that the Constitution Water has cured erery case of Diabetes in which it has been given. STOWS _lif TUB BLADDER, CALCUhUS, GRAVEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSITS. AND MUCOUS OR MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URINATING. Disease occurring from one aud tbe same _canse will be entirely cured by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL t^* ESTABLISHED ASA KEFOGE PROM _QUACKEKY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. P| R. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE Fmost Certain, Speedy Rnd only Effectnal Remedy in World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Ba<_flt or Limbs, Strictures, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Intpotency. General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion bf Ideas, Palpitation of the Heartlimidity. Trembling, Dimness or Sight or Giddiness, Disease or the Head, ThroatNose or SkinAffections of the _UVOT, Longs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders _arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ot Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses, bliKhting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c, impossible. TOUNCr MEN Eepeoially. who have become the victims of Solitary Tice, that dreadful and _destractiva ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

HOW A FRIEND WAS KILLED (Ltft-3 att& _Sluicljes _Tltore is among the remembrances of my life as a railroad man, one of such sadness, that I never think of it without a sigh. Every man, unless he is so morose that he cannot keep a dog, has his particular friends ; those ' in whom he confides, and to whom he is always cheerful, whose society he delights in, and the possibility of whose death he will never allow himself to admit. • Such a friend had I in George H . We were iasepar-Able—both of us unmarried; we would always manage to board together, and on all possible occasions to be together. Did George's engine lay up for the Sunday at one end of the road and mine at the other, one 6*f us was sure to go over the road "extra," in order that we migbi be together. George and I differed in many respects, but more especially in this, that whereas I was one of the "fast" school of runners, who are never so contented with running as when mounted _odg a fast engine, with an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

EDWARD H. SHEARER, A TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFPICE IN COURT •treat, North »UU Bef _cUng_.Pa. [april 26-6m0. __ REMOVAL. W[LLIAM H. LIVINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, bu removed his office to the north_, aide of Court street _flrst door below Sixth. [dec22-tf JESSE Ck HAWIiBT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, _aboTe Sixth, Beading, Pa. _«- WiU be at _Friedensburg, every Thursday. September 89,1860-ly* Charles Davis, 1 TT0RNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS A. Office to the OBlet> lately ocenpled by the Hon. David /"Gordon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court Homo. _[aprtll* Daniel Ennentrout, ATTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sxth street, comer of Court _AUay. [imgl3"ly David Neff, _WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN LIVINGOOD'S United States Bounty, Back Fay and Pension Office, COURT STREET, NEAR SIXTH. _TTAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECT JLL in? claims against the Government, I feel con«dent that all who have heretofore employed me will cheerfully _tniotee my prom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

ARTEMUS WARD'S SERENADE Things in our town is workiu' The canal boat " Lucy Ann" called in here the other day, and reported all quiet on the Wabash. The " Lucy Ann" has adopted a new style of binnakle light* in the shape of a red headed gal, who sits up ov_^r the compass. It works well. The artist I spoke of in my larst has returned to Philadelphy. Before he left I took his lily white hand in mine. I suggested to him that if he could induce the citizens of Philadelphy to believe it would be a ' good idea to have white winder shutters on their houses, and white door stones, he might make a for tin'. " It's a novelty, " I added, "and may startle 'em at fust, but they may conclood to adopt it." As several of our public men are constantly being surprised with serenades, conclooded I'd be surprised in the same way, so I made arrangements aocordin' . I asked the brass band how much they'd take to take me entirely by surprise with a serenade. They said they'd overwhelm me with an u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_^o$!tty ON THE MARCH A soldier lay on the frozen ground, With only a blanket tightened aronnd m His weary and wasted frame; Down at his feet the fitful light Of fading coals, In the freezing night, fell as a mockery on the sight, A heartless, purple flame. All day long with his heavy load, Weaiy and sore, on the mountain road, And over the desolate plain ; All day long throngh the crusted mud, Over the snow and through tbe flood, Marking his way with a track of blood _. He followed the winding train. Nothing to eat at the bivouac_. But a, frozen crata in his haversack, The half of a comrade's store—A _crnst that, after a longer fast, gome pampered spaniel might have passed, Knowing that morsel to be the last That lay at his master's door. No other sound on his slumber fell, Than the lonesome tread of the sentinel, That equal, measured pace, And the wind that came from tbe cracking pine, And the dying oak and the swinging vine, In many a weary, weary line, To the soldier's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

TAERANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. rpHIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIJ_ 0ln8hMUnlTer»Hy received the moat favorable re commendations ortbe Mhdicai. _rnojrassiow and the Public, as the most Epficiest and _AobbbabiiB SALINE APERIENT. It may be used with the best effect in Billons and Febrile Diseases, _Costiveness_, Sick Headache, Nausea, Losb of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver. Gout. Bhenmatio Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERI ENT OR PURGATIVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, _Residents of Hot ClimatesPersons or Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Vessel* and Planters will flnd it a. valuable addition to their Medicine _Oheats. it is in tbe form of a powder, carefully pn up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials from p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Letter from the 167th Pa. Regiment Gamp near Suffolk, Va., Jan. 26, 1863. Mr. Editor .-—I often thought of sending you a few lines to inform you what rations we get here. And as there has been a letter published in the Adler of the 20th of January, stating the rations we receive, and also that we receive no other but those mentioned, I think it a proper lime to write and make known to you the truth. I am from the same Company he (the correspondent) is in, and draw my rations at the same place. I will state the rations the correspondent of the Adler mentioned. They were the following : Hard Crackers, Old Pork, Rice, Beans, and Coffee. We have received, since here, seven days hard Crackers, and thirty-four (34) days' rations of Boft. bread, which was sometimes warm when the team brought it to the regiment. And as the correspondent used the term " alter Speck'' (pork), we received it four times out of every ten days, and two days of mess beef, and four days of fresh beef out of e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Letter from the 93d Penna. Regiment Camp at White Oak Church, Va., 1 January 30th, 1863, j Dbab Sis:—The weather during the past two weeks has been very unpleasant, particularly last week, during our march to Sanford_'_i Ford, above Fredericksburg, and back. The health of the Regiment is unusually good for this season of the year; tne sick list is very email, numbering but 2 in Hospital, and 8 in quarters; tbe principal disease is cold contracted during tht exposure on our late march. Maj. HoopeB, our Paymaster, visited us to-day, and is now pay ing off the Regiment, for tht months of September and October, 1862 $ "_greeo backs" and "postage currency" of all denominations are in abundanoe. After paying the Sutler, and reserving some for "pin money, " the boys send their money, by mail, to their families. We are now oomfortably quartered near _Whita Oak Church, about 4 miles from Falmouth, where we have been encamped since the 21st of December last, with the exception of our la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

SUNDAY SHOES AND UMBRELLAS It has always been a mystery why business men, who are hindered by no storm from getting to their business, find it difficult to keep their feet dry and their bodies warm on a stormy Sunday. The Presbyterian suggests that a different kind of shoes and umbrellas are needed for Sunday: Wanted—A species of gum shoes and umbrellas that will stand the Sunday rain or Sunday mud in this latitude. I know a preparation which I think will fully answer the purposo; and as no patent nas been taken out—the demand being very small—every one is at liberty to try the experiment. Place in common gum shoes a soul thoroughly saturated with Divine love, and the} will stand any mud that ever lay in the path of duty. An excellent umbrella may be prepared in the following manner: * Take for the stock a full determination for the performance of duty; to this, and radiating from it on all sides, attach strong desires to do good. These must be placed and kept in their prope...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

jUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORHIHG r_*r. Sarth- Went comer of Perm and _FiftJi etrtet, ad-C**• _fining the Farmer* ' Bank of Beading, TERMS OS SIJB8CBIPTIOH. Tl_^ r °BsT _^copi_^ fot _«S, iu advance. Ten copies for lS_*t O-All papers discontinued at the expiration o/tlii fin' paid J»T- ¦ KATES OF _ADYfiRTISlSa IS THE GAZETTE. lt. St. lmo. _Smo. 6mo. ly. . 00 _._^ _.n_^_orles.._^ _« _JJ _g 3.£00 1 „ 1, «« 1,00 2,00 2,60 fi,00 8,00 15.00 * ii 30 " 1,«0 8,00 3,75 7,90 12.00 20,00 S [Larger AdverH«eia«ii» to proportion/} VT«_utot9' and Administrators' SoHew, 6 Insertions $2,00 _nS»s-_^------ _^ --Ury- ° M»nl8ge B otice8 & cente eacl1- DeaOlil "win *" _HM 0?™ Motices, Besolutton. of B.neftc!al and >tb« PrSvaie Associations, will be charged for. as adver-^_a_^_menu _Kllgio_^ ChariUWe and H» _^. _flSMSS_^tSttw-M. in .ash, ** T«?Md»SSSi shall have tne _privily {' ./ f **™*] _<rf _wowing their _adverttaemeuts _erery tt«* »«*«-bnt _lft«BM_? Any additional renewal., ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

A voice—"Three oheers for the swells." "We live," said I , "in troublous times, but I hope we shall again resume our former proud position, and go on in our glorious career!" Dr. Schwazey—" I'm willing for one to go on in our glorious career. Will you join ma, fellowcitizens , in a glorious career, when he finds himself?" "Dr. Schwazey," said I sternly, "you art drunk. You're disturbin' the meetin'." Dr. Schwazey— " Have you a banquit spread in the house ? I should like to have a rhynossyros on the half shell, or a hippopotamus on toast, or a horse and wagon roasted whole. Anything that's handy, p<,a't pB _* y9ur«Jf 0U< on my account." At this point the Band began to make hidyou_« noises with their brass horns, and a exceedingly ragged boy wanted to know if there wasn't to be some wittels afore the concern broke up ? I didn't exactly know what to do, and wasjustonthe pint of doin' it, when a upper winder was suddenly opened, and a stream of hot water wm bro't t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

For Rats, Slice, Roaches, Ants, lied. Bugs, 9Iotli8 in Furs, Woollens, &c_". Insects on _Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c. Put up iu 25c. 50c. and $1 00 Boxer, Bottles and Flasks, $3 and $5 sixes for Hotels, Public Institution!?, See. " Only infallible remedies known." "Free frOin _Paleone." u Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Kate coma out of their holes to die." . 49- Sold Wholesale iu all large cities. _43_~ Sold by all _Dedikjists and Retailers everywhere. Mg- '.!! Bew_'are!!!" of all worthless imitations. 43- See that " Costab's " name is on each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy. 49- _Addrees _HESRV R. COS TAR, 49* Principal tJepot 4S2 Broadwav, N. Y. 49- Sold by-HARVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale aud Retail; ». S. Stevens ; J. K. McCdkdy : R. f. Hunter & Co., BEADING, PA. ' [Jan 17-9mo mm a lecture MET TO YOUNG MEN! Jttst Published, in a Seated Envelope. Price Six Cents LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREAT-/\_ment and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 BAST PENN STRE ET, HEADING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISHANDGERMANBIBLESAND HYMN BOOKS, PERIQPTCAL8, MUSrGand _XUStG _BOdRfl, GOLD PENS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER, CAP and PIRNTING PAPER and PAPER _BAQS. BIsASrS BOOKS -\WPMESCHANTS1 ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at catalogue prices. A£- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at tbe lowest wholesale prices. _iGr Teachers imppliad with Music at _thenBUftldiecoopt, N. B —Hooks and _Jiaslc sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' PricijH. jau 18-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

LIST OF COLORS, Slack, y _^f _" _tast_^ _^ Salmon, Dark Brown, /_%_fr_^'_^ '"_^_wS _^ear_^ Snvff Brown, (£f A jS Dark J)rab, Light Brown, f{ W W& M Light Drab, Darli Blue, \V I P_^ )>) _^llow, Light Blue, s _%aX_^TOn -_%A_« Yellow, Dark Green, BSSw'flmBtk._J Orange, Light Green, MwK£a_±L&'_^ Magenta, Pink, _^_fflWrjP_^wtft Solferino, Purple, i9_HQ%Zj2fB. French Blue. Slate, JKg_^^tt %a/ Purple, Crimson, ^¦_C9K9_KS_>9Hp _* Violet* FAMILY DYE COLORS, FOR DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats. Feathers, Kid GloveB, Children's Clothing, " and all kinds of Weariug Apparel, vrith perfect fast colors. A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tented, and put up in neat packages. For tweuty-fl ve cents you can color an many goods as would otherwise cost fi ve times that i_^nm. Tbe process ia simple, and any one can use the Dyes with peftct success. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JE WELEU_, AND _DEALEB 1ST WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPOONS, SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &c, _Signof the " BIG "WATCH," No. 03JiE» Penn Bjreet,_» " BOveSUtn,»«rlk.We,H«Uln«,P»- _*_&• Every article warranted to be what it ii sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &&, repaired With particular attention, and guaranteed. [feb 1-tf NOTICE. A _PfiEMlUM WILL BE PAH) 09 0-OXiX>, OTjD _SXXjVEZI, • —AND—7E»J&JJE*. _BAJTXC 3SrO_^Z_*XSS XS TH1 EXCHAHGE AKD BANKING OFFICE —OP—C. W. GOODRICH, KEAT3_ING, Pa. August 10,1861-tf]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COIiIjAH HOUSE. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. iooo do. j0 "_^ Red ft e n H d IE _^ ne FLANJiEL _innn a $ ASSORTED FAWCY _TBAVEliMSO 1000 do. J SU1KTS. inon *« J WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS from 1000 do. |. $9,_»5 Upwards. 1000 do. _. DENIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COTTONADE _TAHTALOOHS. S _Makofacturerb op this MINER'S WELSH I _} „ _FLAWWKL SHIKTS. j And a Large Assortment of LINEN And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, And GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. . For Sale by BENNETT, RTJOH & CO., Manufacture**, »_1T Church Alley, Jan 17-3mo] PHILADELPHIA, PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

TRUSSES. T> UPTURE CAN BE CURED BY A TRUSS riOF THK BIGHT KIND. IF PROPERLY FITTED AWP DULY ATTENDED TO. This has been abundantly demonstrated in innumerable _inHtunces by tbe use of the MULT1PEDAL TJiTJSS of DR. RIGGS, dnriug the last few years. This truss, being covered with Hard Rubber, Is perfectly waterproof, may be used in bathing, and is always cleanly a« well as _indentructible by ordinary usage. If not KatUfactory after a fair trial of sixty dajK, it may be _returned. It _challenges comparison with any truss known. Dr. KieeS" _Oflije, Ko. S BARCLAY ST., New-York. _nov. lfl-ly E. O. CHKSKBROUGH. ISAAC O. PEARSON CHESEBROUGH & PEARSON General Commission merchants* AND DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS, No. 5 North Water Street, 3 doors above Market PHILADELPHIA, _TTTAVE constantly on hand a large _assortment Xl of PISHCHEESEHAMS, SHOULDEKS, &C._T4C., wfim they will sell at tbe lowest market prices. 49* AU order* promptly attended to. f feb ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

LAUJ3H S BREWERY READING, PA. IIHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to the public that bp has recently enlarged his BRKWEto a e-onsiderablo extent, and introduced steam-p«wer, and is now ready to supply all demands for SVPIIllIOll _MAI.T Z.IQUOB.S, For home and distant consumption. His stock of Malt Liquors, warranted to keep in all climates, is as follows:— BBOWN STOUT, PORTER, BOTTLING ALE, DRAUGHT _^Satffi_^1 "_"1 _"- _ruwn tAtma. N.B.—AUberal per oentage will be allowed to Agents abroad. FRESH GROCERIES —AT—REDUCED PRICES. AT THE Corner of Fifth and Sprnce Streets. _Marohl SI. _KEFfXB A BOH.

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