Reading gazette and Democrat. (Reading, Berks Co., Pa.) 1850-1878, February 21, 1863, Image 1
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Any additional renewals, or adverdsing ex ceeding the amount contracted for, will be eharged extra et one-half the rates above specified for transient adver tinementa. Yearly advertisers will be charged the same rates as transient advertiser* for all maltose not rotating strict/it esieburineet. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION fawned in a superior manner, at the very lowest pricer. Oar assortment of Jon Trim is large Rad fashionable, and oar Work speaks for Ifni/ BLANKS OF ALL KINDS, including PanelSlntler and PAYS& Dane, MeIMAGES. Bone, AancLas oY Analtalialre, LIMBS, and a Variety of R-TICISIS' BLANKS, kept constantly for sale, or printed to order. EDWARD H. SHEARER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE 111 COURT area, lima, ad...Radom, Pe_ 26.6m0. REMOVAL 'WILLIAM H. LIVINGOOO: ATTORNEY AT LAW. bas removal Me office to the north olds of Court street drat door below Edith. [deo 22-tf JESSE G. HAWLEY, ATTOILNI?.Y AT LAW, OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, above Sixth, Beading, Pa. ar Will be at Prtedeasbarg, every Thursday. September 29, 1860-lye Charles Davis, ATTORNET AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS oaks to the Mee lately occupied by th e Hon. David . Gordon, deceased, is Sixth street, opposite the Court Noss& (April 14 Daniel Ermentiont, TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth street, corner of Court alley. tana 13ely David Neff, lITROLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Torei,gn and Domestic DRY GOODS, No. 25 Boat ....treat. Reeding, Pa. • (March 10,1860. L.IVINCOOD'S 'United States Bounty, Back ray and Pension Office, COURT STREET, R'EAR gam. la - ACING - BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECT IL log dating against the Goverment, I feel confident doo oil who have heretofore employed me will cheerfully .dor. my promptness and fidelity. My charges are nodenuesad no charge made until obtained. WILLIAM H LIVINGOOD, ort li-tf] Attorney at Law, Court St., Reading, Pa ASA M. HART, CLaie Hart & Mayer)) DEALER IN FOREIGN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS, adICPSTINGI3, &e., Wholeealennd Be-, ail, at Philadelphia . prieea. Sign of the Golden Bee Hive, No. 14 Foot Penn Square. [aprill7-tf P. Mullions 8f Serum, ANUFACTUILERS OF BURNING FLUID, Alm:date, Deodorized and Druggists' Alcohol; also, Joe Oil, which they will sell at the lowest Wholesale vices,. at Reeding, Pa. Kr. Orders rewsetinlly solicited. DR. T. 'YARDLEY DROWN, SURGEON DENTIST. • GRADUATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Dental College. Teeth extracted by Fran "' s 4" S utp Ei rov e rleat g' 4lt e h P t r l=et w h i 2 S e el are =acted Wltb mach lava pain than the usual way. No ion think Mae is klith stmt, oPPc.ite the Prothro. Han Church. tap:ll24y" Dr. G. M. BULLED, SURGEON DENTIST, FROM THE College of Dental Sargery, Philadelphla. ilaa,, s , O®.; At hid residence in Main Banat Hamburg, under KIP Teeth extruted under the talluonoo of Ether, of b• the EleetroMagnetle Machine, without extra charge. Scam eared. MS - He ban also Patent aad other MEDICINES for sale at MB office. [may SI DR. D. LLEWELLYN BEAVER, v.it.ai Bud.. Pension Surgeon. FXAMINATIONS OF INVALID PENSION SRS and applicants for Pensions, from any State, and ncnoth the Army and Navy, madeat the Maser of Fifth and W.iaut street, Reading. I —OIDcs henrs—from 12 to 2 ' Dee. 20-3mo-1 CIi&B.LSI3 LAISICASTEII, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, Fourth Street. above Pgian.ll.46adlnip January 24.186341 PENSIONS BOUNTIES & BACK PAY. APPLICATIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED to. Terme moderate and no charge until obtained. A. R. °RUN. Attorney at Law, Jan 31-amol Office in Court Etreet, Reading. SOLDIERS' 31017111TT-MONXIIr, sacs-NAN AMFD irAilirs/021 CLAXIIII PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BY A. S. ATAIOFFna, Attorney at Ontea ht. Court Street. I Fa, 81-tt) SMARM, PA. B. M. PETTENGThL & CO., No. S7PAEK BOW, NEW-YORK, ha STATE ST., BOSTON, Are Agents ter the Reeding' easatter, La those elOee. sad tra tallavisad to take Advertisements find 8116vartptions for as at tau establiehed rates. WATCHES, GOLD- AND SILVER, CLOCKS Al= JEWELRY. RELIABLE IN QUALITY AND AT LOW MOM. WaTcN RlRAntslo.—Watenea put In per fent order and evet7 oat ~meted to oat. tear- JACOB LIFDS.II. not 15-6mo] Ii Barth Fifth Street, Beading, Ps.. F. P. HELLER. WATCHMAKER, JE WELER, AND DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, QPOONS, SPECTACLES, GOLD. PENS, &c., IJ isig¢ or the" BIG WATCH," No. NM Ea Penn ram, above Mach, norti, side, imeane, Pi er Every article warranted to be what It is sold for Watchee, Clocks, Jewelry., En, repaired With particular ecteation, and guaranteed. [feb 1-tf NOTICE. A PILIMION WELL BE PAID ON CiriCOMarl, 4001-a3Z) 091X-T-017.M.V1L -AND-- E'er' .A..T THE EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE -0E- G. W. GooDnzen, READING, Pa. August 10,1561-1 Q JUST RECEIVED, 2000 FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL W'ESTABLISRED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. DR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE inofit. Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Beek or Limbs, Strictures, Affection. of the Kidneys and Blad der, Involuntary Discharges, Impotency, General Debili ty, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor, Low Spirits, Confm Mon Of Ideas, Painitation of the Heart, 'timidity, Trembling, Dininees of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nona or Ohio, Affoollono of the Liam. Lunge, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible 'Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Yonth—those soca= and milieu practices more fatal to their victim. than the googol Syreno to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant is:Timor anticipations. readering marriage, Ac., impossible. YOUNG MEN BMWslly. who have become the victims of Solitary Tice, that dreadful and deetructiva habit which annually swespa to an nolitnely grave thousands of Young Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might other wire have entranced listenfu,g Senate., with the thunders eloquenos or waked to eCeteey . the Mies lyre, may call Will fall enartdortee. Harried Perrone, or Young Wen contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debility, defor. tattles, sc., speedily cured. He who placer hinmelf ender the care of Dr. 3. may in 111/tonal] confide In Lie boner 8.11 It gentleman, and confi dently rely nada hie skill as IL ORGANIC IVRAILVIESO Immediately Cured, and Poll Vigor Restored. Thin Distressing Affection—which renders Life miserable and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the vic tims of improper indulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue. New, who that understands the milijeet will pretend to deny that the power of procrea tion is lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the prudent ? Besides being deprived the pleas ore of healthy offspring, the most serious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system be comes Deranged, the Pliyeical and Mental Functidna Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power, Nervous Irritabili ity, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart. Indigestion, Con stitutional babliky, a Wording of the Frame, Cough. Con. somptiou, Decay end Death. Office. No. 7 South Trederiok Street, Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doom from the corner. Fall not to observe name and number. Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diplomas Bang in his office. A CIIAZI IIiTAILZANTEP IN TWO DAYS. R. Mercury or 24 - nuseouß Drugs. DR. 1703111S'SON. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Gradu ate from one of the most eminent Colleges Su the United States. and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else where, has effected some of the most astonishing cwirOft that were ever known; many troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent bluebing, at tended sometimes with derangement of mind, were cared immediately. TAME DAILITOITLAIL NOTICE. Dr..l. addresses all those who have Injured themselves by improper indulgence and solitary habits which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for 01010 e business, study, society or marriage. TIME are mime of the sad and melancholy effects produc ed by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the Back and Limb., Pains in the Bead, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Moe color Power, Palpitswion of the Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous Derangement of the DigesUve Functioue, Gen eral Debility, Symptom. of Doneumpilmi, IdEATALLY.—The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded—Loco of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depres- MOD of Spirits, Evil Forebodings Aversion to Society,Self , Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, lac., are some of the evils produced. Taouseme of persona of all ages can now judge what to the cause Of their &alining health, toeing their vigor, be coming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a an gular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption. YOUNG SIEBN Who have injured themselves by a certain practice indul ged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions. or at school. the effects - of which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and If not cured renders marriage itnposeible. and dectroye both mind and body. shoUld ap• ply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of hie country. the darling of bin parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a cer tain secret habit. Bach persona Amer, before contemplat ing 111CALBILLILEFEI, reflect that a sound mind and body see the moat necessary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed, with out these the journey through Ills becomes a weary pil grimage; the: prospect booth darkens to the view ;Abe mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be comes blighted with our own. 11111211.A.5E OF znars.tronrcra. When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure Ands that he has imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens that an ill-timed sense of shame, or dread of discovery, detershim from applying to those who, from education and respectability, can alone befriend him, delaying till theconotinitional symptoms of this horrid die tetra make their appearance, sneh as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dim new of sight, deafness, nodes on sue shin-bones and arms, blotches on the bead, face and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at last the palate of the month or the bones of the nose fall in, and the victim of this aw ful disease becomes a horrid object of commiseration, till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to that Undiscovered Coiretry from whence no tray. slier returns." It Is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible disease, owing to the unokillfalneos of ignor ant preteedere, who, by the moo of that Deadly Poison. Mercury, ruin the constltntlon and make the residue of life miserable. [maim 12 STRANGERS Tung not your Dyes, or health, to the care of many Un learned and worthlees'Pretenders, destitute of knowledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Johnston'• advertise ments, or style themselves, in the newspapere, regularly Educated Physician•, incapable of Curing, they keep you trifling mouth after month taking heir filthy and poison ous nen t ipsniq, or as long as the mnalled fee can be ob. varied, and in despair, leave yea with rained health to Nigh over your own galling disappointment. Dr. Johnston is the only Physician advertising. His credentials Or diplomas always bang in his office. Hie remedies or treatment are unknown to all others, prepared from a life spent in the great hospitale of Europe, the fleet in the country and a more extensive Private Frac- MC than any oilier Physician in the world. INDORSZIZIOMPIT or T 3321 PRESS. The many thousands cured at this institution year after year, and the numerous important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the rerwrtens of the "Sun," "Clipper," and many other papers, notices of w hi c h have appeared ;gain and Again before the public, besides his standing an a gentleman of character and re sponsibility, is a Befficient guarantee to the afflicted. Skin Diseases Speedily Oared. • • Igr No letters received nuleas post-paid and containing be need on the reply. .Persons writing should state ag e ,and send portion of advertisement describing symptoms. 301)I Nouirwronr, INL. D., Of shs Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, may 10-1,1 • TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER ,APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDI. slue bas anlyoroslir received the most favorable re CAMMendatiOns Mute DIADMAst Purorrastorr and ihoPtiorre, as the most Emmett? and iseassans SALINE APERIENT. It may be used with the best effect to Bilious and Febrile Disease., Costiveness, Sick Headache, Noumea, Loss Or Appetite, indigestion, Acidity of the Stomunii. Torpidity of the Liver. Goat. Bheametle Affection., Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERI ENT OR PURGATIVE IS REQUIRED. His particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Re!Wants of Hot Climates, Persons of Sed wary Habits, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of ye t o t ols end Malaya WM End it I Valuable addition to their Medicine Wiest. It is in the 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 professional and other gen. fleeter, of the blank Standing throgglopt the Piantry, audits steadily increasing popularity for a series of yenta, stabgly guarantee its efficacy and valuable character, and commend it to the favorable notice of an intelligent public. Manufactured by TARItaNT & CO., No. 978 Greenwich Street, Corner of Warren Street, New-York. AND FOR RALF, BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY. Decomirer i&,2-amos NATIONAL HOTEL, OATS WRITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. THIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT inducements, not only on account of reduced rules of board, bat how lie control location to the avenues of ;redo, es well se the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger Railways running past and coutignons to it, by which guests can pass to and from the Hotel, should they be preferred to the regular Omnibus connected with the Home. lam determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my peseta. An-nut, el EIE pest/Mb D C. mown., Proprietor, Formerly from Hagle Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. T. T. Runans,Clork. (march 16—tf • ZZGITEIMI G oaxers: (mum.) (ARIANS CAN CONSTANTLY BE HAD AT LAllin 9 BREWERY, earner of Third and Chestnut streets. F. LAUER. December 7, 11861-tf IRRESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES, AT Peocome, ja ieb 7J 40 South. Flak Streit 21iC8881ACI1I. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1863. 000 CONSTITUTION- WATER. TB GILZIALT 313331LEDY FOR TIIE CCOMiTgirrNan:T e rI 4 O)INT AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY El I. I M 7 r ' MTM AND DISEASES OF TEE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. nose Dangerous and Trout/Wynne Maned, API , have thug jar Regaled the beet directed Treatment, can be Completely Canty° lted by the RE MED inoloWore uel THE CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct themselves to the organs of IMIC re lion, and by no altering the condition of the stromeeh and near that the duchy prittclplv cr the food la not con verted into sugar no long as tha syeteui Is under the In litigant) of the CONSTITUTION WATER, . . which gives those organs Uwe to recover their bealtby tone and vigor. We are able to elate that the Constitution, Wa• ter has cared every case of Diabetes la which it bee been given. STONE IR TATE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRIO% BITS?' DEPOSITS. AND MUCOUS OS MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER . - Di. 311.136 occurring from one and the same cenee will be entirely cared by the Constitution Water, if taken for any length of time. The dote should vary with the severity of the diseaee, from twenty drops to a teaspoonful three times a day, in water. Daring the passage of the Calculus, the pain and urgent syroplorim eheitM be eombeted with the proper remedies, then followed up with the Coustitutton Water, as above directed. DYSMENORRIMEA, OR PAINFUL MENSTRUATION, AND IN MENORRHAGIA OR PROFUSE FLOWING, • Roth diseases arising from a faulty secretion of the men strual fluld—in the one case being too little, and MOM- Fouled by severs pals and the other a too prcfcAs fidad tint', which will be speedily mired by the Constitution Water. The disease known as FALLING OF THE WOMB, which la the relaxation of the ligament* of that organ, and is known by a sense of beavinew and dragging pains In the back and aides, and at times accompanied by sharp Isola sting or sheeting pains through the parse, will, in all ca ses, be removed by i be medielbA.. . There to another class of symptoms arising from IRRI TATION OF THE WOMB, which physicians call Nervous nese. which word covers up muck ignorance, and in nine eases ont of ten the doctor does not really know whether the symptoms ere the disease, or the disease the symptoms. We eau only enumerate them bare. I speak more portico- larly of Cold Feet, Palpitation of the Heart, Impaired Memory, WHIR flaAtion of Heat, Languor, Lassi tude, and Dinneen of Vision. SUPPRESSED MENSTRuATION, Which In the unmarried female le ► sundaes recurring disease, and through neglect the eeeds of more grave and dangerous maladies are the remit; and as month after month passes without an effort being made to assist nature, the suppression becomes chronic, the patient gradually Wilda her appetite, the bowels are constipated, night eweata come on, and eonautiption finally ends her career. LRUOORRHCEA OR WHITES. Thin disease depeada upon an inflammation of masons lining of the vagina and womb. It id in all cases accom panied by severe pain in the hack, across the bowels and through the hip._ A teaspoonful of the medicine may be taken three ilium a day, with ite Injection of a tablespoon fill of the medicine, mixed with a halbpint of soft water morning and evening. IRRITATION OF THE. NECK OF THE BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, AND CATARRH OF THE BLADDER, TR AN (JURY AND BURNING OR PAJN FUL URINATING. . . . For these diseases it Is truly a sovereign remedy, and too roach cannot he said in its praise. A single dose has been known to relieve the most urgent symptoms. Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small of the bark and through the hips? A teaspoonful a day of COnatitatton Water will relieve you like magic. FOR DYSPEPSIA, It bag no equal in relieving the most distressing eymp toms. Headache, heartburn, Acid Stomach. Vomit. lug Food, Ac. Take a teaspoonful after dinner. Wile done in all cams may be increased if desired, but should be done gradually. M= Have long sines given up the use of buchn, catmint and janiper in the treatment of these diseases, aad only use theta for want of a better remedy. cofffirrrutlaY vrA TER Ras proved Itself equal to the task that has devolved upon it. EZ12232:63 Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant nee soon lead to chronic degeneration and confirmed disease. MAD. READ. RDAD. DAN MIA ra. , J1.0 WI Dr. W. H. flacon—Dear Sir In February, 1561, I wee afflicted with the sugar diabetes, and for live months I pawed more than two gallons of water Is twenty-four bolus. I was obliged to get up as often an ten or twelve times during the night, and is five mouths I lost about fifty pounds In weight. During the month of July, IRO, I pro cured two bend. of Carnetitution Water, and in two days after using it I experienced relief, and after inking Iwo Aet tles L was entirely cared, soon after regaining my maid good health. . 'Yount truly. J. V. L. DE WITT. BOSTON CORNISH; N. Y., Dec. 27, 1861. Wu. H BRIM & CO.: Cents freely give you liberty to make use of the following Certificate of the value of ConerrrtrideWslont, which I can recommend in the hightail manner. My wife, who was attacked with pain in the shotidere, whole length of the hack, and in her limbs, with Palpita tion of the Heart, attended with Falling of the Womb, .Dgemenorrhaa, and Irritation of the Bladder. I railed a physician, who attended her about three mouths, when be left nor worse than he found her. I tben etcpLos ed. one of the beet physician. 'could find, who attended her for about nine mouths, and while the was suffer Die care site did not suffer quite an mach pain; be dually gave her up end said : her cane was incurable." For, said he, "she lots such a combination of complainte. that medicine given for one uperatce against cease other of her difficulliat." About this time, she commenced the me of Constitution Water, and to our utter astonishment, almost the first dose seemed in bare the desired effect, and she kept on Improv. log rapidly under Ito treatment, and now ouperinteedo en tirely her domestic affairs. She has not taken any of the Constitution Water for about four weeks, and we are happy to say it has produced a permanent care. WM M. VAN BENS: MOM. MILFORD, CONN, Nov. 19, 1861 Dr. WII. H. OREOG: Deur Sir have /or several years, been afflicted with that troublesome and dangerous disease—Grassi—which resisted alt remedies and doctors, until I took Constitution Water, and you may be assured that I was exceedingly pleased with the remit. It has entirely cured me, and yon may make any use of my name you may me tit in regard to the medicine, se I have entire confidence in its efficacy. Yonrs Scaly, POND srsosa. =DM ARE FACTSENOI7GEL There lino claw of Mamma that produce ouch calf Lust ing effects upon the human constitution as Diabetes and Diseases of the Kidney., Bladder and Urinary Passages, and through false modesty they are neglected until they are eo advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary remedies, and we present the ppronvrurroN WATER To 01411011 e With the ginitiOes that it Las no eine in relieving the class of diseases for which it bee been found so eminently successful In curing; and we trust that we shall be rewarded for our efforts in placing en valuable a remedy in a form to meet the regnirements of patient and physician. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, PRICE $l. WM. H. ORROD & 00., Proprietors. Morgan & Allen, Cleueral Agents, No. 48 Cliff Street, New-York. [Nov. as, 1882-Iy. COAL, WOOD, SALT, - IE-411[11/1111C111EC ear. ap SAMUEL BOONE, (FORMERLY) John 'Kissinger, 3r., Coma. of Penn and 11 - one Street.% Reading, T 3 AS CONSTANTLY O 1 NAND, An SELLS II at reamnable prices,.all kinds of Broken, Egg and Stove Coal; Bat, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal, Salt, Lime and Sand. sar Persons in want of anythimPL my line, Will find It to their advantage to give me a call before purchasing else where. I deliver free or extra charge to any pert of the ohy- [net daft LAITEICS BREINTERY READING, PA. • THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to the public that he ben recently enlarged hie BRIME to neonetderable extent, and introduced steam-poser, and is now ready to eupply all demands for SITP3IRIOR ATA,LT LIQUORS, for home and distant consumption. His stock of Melt Liquors, warranted to keep in all climates, is as follows: BLOWN STOUT, PORTER, BOTTLING ALE, DRAUGHT ALB AND LAM MA- Awe 19-tf PP.EDERION. LAMM. N.B.—Allberal pet eentage will be allowed to Agnate abroad. FRESH GROCERIES -AT REDUCED PRICES, AT THE Corner of Fifth and Spruce Streets. Mash 1 M. WiER 0; BOIL STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 EAST PENN &T .E= READING, PA. ALARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank 91. 4 11. 9 PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, INUSIGand AICSIC EOM, GOLD PENS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER, CAP and PIRNTING PAPER and .PAPER BAGS. SLANE. 300103 MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union poblications, at catalogue prices. 14- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest whomsate prices. Are. Teachers supplied with Music at the mai &met, N. B —Books and MUM mkt by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Friths. jau 15 -If LOOK HERE! T 13. RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS tfjP • hle friends and the public, that he has opened a new Store on Penn street, No. 83, next door to .1. B. Ritter's Cabinetmaker Store ' where he invites the Alaimo,' of Reath log and vicinity, to Lie splendid stock of REALDY•IIIL43.DZI CLOTEILIVIG, consttiog of OVERCOATS, FROCK COATS, PANTS and VESTS, of various colors end qualities, got np under his owe supervision. fin is oleo supplied with a good eon of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting% which will be made to order in the neatest and most Fash ionable Styles at the lowest cash prices. Slaving conelder• able experience in this branch of business, he feels cond. dent of gi vine general satisfaction. He has also on hand a good nooortmeot or Gentlemai t e r i b • h n i r r ri v ip , hi p n ra g w Oogs, c s o ur i h ar t; White Mitts. Overshirts, Cravats of different styles and colors, Stockings and Gloves, and each moods se are found in a Store of this kind. Jas.24-3mj JACOB B. RUNTIME, Reading. N. B goods made in tide establishment shall give entire satisfaction or no sale. LIST OF COLORS; Black, Dark Brown, Snuff Brown, Light Brown, Dark . Blue, 1:01 Rite, Durk Green, Light Green, Pink, Purple, .enelt Blue. Slate, ,jal Purple, Orimeon, iolet. FAMILY DYE COLORS, FOR DYING BILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bon nets, Hots. Feschere, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing; and all kinds of 11%14014 Apparel, with perfect fast colors. A Saving of SO per cent These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concen trated, are thoroughly tested, and put up in neat packages. For twenty-five cents you can color as many goods as Would otherwise cost fl ve times that sum. The process le and any one can use the Dyes with pefect success. Direc tions inside. manufactured by HOWE .Be. STEVENS, 268 Broadway, Boston, Alir For sale in Reeding by Mrs. ii. A. Marshall, and by Druggists and Dealers in every City and Town. January 3,1863-3 mo PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COLLAR S3C c±:. Ty Et MI . 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. low do.j ay, Red and Moo FLANNEL t SHIRTS. 1000 do. ASSORTED F s AIC R Y Ts TRAVRLLINO 1000 do. WHITE HMIS . SHIRTS from SHAH Upwards. 1000 do. . DENIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COI‘TONADE PANTALOONS. . MANUFACTURERVi OF THE MINER'S WELSH FLANNEL SHIRTS. dad a Large Aegortrnent. of LINEN And ILLRSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, Aod. ENTLEMBN'S FURNISHING GOODS For Sale by BENNETT, RUCH & CO., Manufacturer) 211 Church Alley. Jan 17-3rno] PtiILADELPIIIA, Pe For Rats, Mine, Roaches, snts, lied Huge, Moths.in Furs, Woollens, &e:. Insects on PlAnts. Fowls, Animals, &c. Put up In 25c. 00c. and $1 OD Box., Bottle, , , and Flasks, $3 and $3 due for HOTELS, PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, &C. Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Homan Family." "Ralf conic oat of their holes to die." . der Sold Wholesale iu all large cities. /14- Sold by all DRINSIIBTA and lOrratchne everywhere. !!! Bewtsge ill" of all worthless imitations. air See that "Colman's" name le on each Box, Bottle, and Flank, before yen buy. Jelgr ad drone FitglIZRV R. COSTAR, Fauf cum, lisrov 452 BROADWAY, A. Y. sir Sold by—HARVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale and Retail; J. S. STEVRNS ; J. K. McCown; R. Y. MINTER & CO., READINd, PA, Van 17-9 mo ABU : A LECTURE ----"'- TO VOTING MEN! Just Publlehed, fn a Sealed Bacelope. Price Six Cent& diLECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREAT meat and Radical Cure of Spermaterrhtea or Seminal eakness, Involuntary EMlsSiona, &Moat Debility, and Ini ',agree. ts to Marriage generally, Nor vaasnass. °champ. tine, Epilepsy and Pita; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self. Abuse, &c —By ROBERT .7. CULVER WELL H. D., Author of the Steen Book, Sc. ' • The world-renowned anther, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful con sequences of Self abuse may be effectually removed with cot medicine, and without dangerous surgical operations, bon fire, instruments, rings or cordials, poiiiiihe oat a mode °revue at once certain and effecrua I by which every sufferer no matter what hie condition may be, may cure biturself cheaply, privately, and radically. This lawman WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS. Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain, sealed en velope, on receipt anis cents, or two postage stamps, by addressing, . . . . . CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO., Jan 31-53imoe] 127 Bowery, New-York ; P. 0. Box 4588 TRUSSES. U.PTURE CAN BE CURED BY A TRUSS njOir THE EIGHT KIND, 'EPROM/ELY FITTED ANP DULY ATTENDED TO. This bee been abundantly de• monstrated in innumerable Instances by the use of the SIULTIPEDAL TRUSS of DR, RIGGS, during the last few years. This truss, being covered with Bard Rubber, to perfectly waterproof, may be used in bailing, and is al ways cleanly an well as indestructible by ordinary usage. If not tatiefactOry after a fair trial of Platy dale, it may be returned. It challengen comparison With any truss known. Dr. fil ooB ' Odle, Do. 2 UAROLAY ST., New-York. noy. 15-ty E. 0. OHESEBROIIOII. CHESEBROUGH & PEAISON General Commission nterahante. AND DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS, No. 5 North Water Sired, 8 doors above Rorke! PIIILADELPHIA, arUAVE constantly on hand a large assorteent. of FISH, CHEESE, HAMS, SHOULDERS, &c., dc., they will Ball at the lowest market prime. Air AU ordere promptly attended Lc Lfeb 6,1868-tf ON THE MARCH. A aoldier lay on the frozen ground, With only a blanket tightened around Hie weary and wasted frame ; Down at his feet the fitful light Of fading coals, in the freezing night, Yell as a mockery on the eight, A heartless, purple flame. All day long with hie heavy load, Weal) , and sore, on the mountain road, And over the desolate plain ; All day long through the crusted mud, Over the snow and through the flood, Marking his way with a track of blood, He followed the winding train. Nothing to eat at the bi VOMLO, But a frozen eruct it, his haversack, The folio( a comrade's atom.. A cruet that, after a longer fast, Rome pampered apatite] might have passed, Knowing that morsel to be the last That lay at his master's door. No other sound on hie alumtor Toll, Than the lonesome tread of the sentinel, That equal, measured pace, And the wind that came froM the cracking pine, And the dying oak and the swinging Mee, In many a weary, weary line, To the soidier•s hollow face. Bat the soldierelept, and the dream were bright, With the rosy glow of hie bridal night, And the angel on his breast; For be passed away from the wintry gloom, To the pleasant light of a cheerful room, Where a eat eat purring upon the loom, And hie weary heart was blest. Hie children came—two blue-eyed girls, With laughing lips and sunny Mill. And cheeks of ruddy glow— And the mother pale, but lovely now, As when upon her virgin brow Be proudly sealed his early vow, In the summer, long ago. Ent the reveille wild, in the morning gray, Startled the beautiful vision away, Like a frightened bird of the night; And it seemed to the soldier's misty brain But the shrill tattoo that sounded again, And he turned with a dull, uneasy pain, To the eamp•Are'a dying light. OM :artet, ark Drab, iglu Drab, ,ttow, ight Yellow, range Tgen a, Ilferi 0,. Cato% sub Sisk, T 1 HOW A FRIEND WAS KILLED. There 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 Bo mercies that he cannot keep a dog, has hie 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 inseparable—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 df us was sure to go over the road "extra," in order that we might be together. George and I differed in many respects, but more especially in this, that whereas I was one of the "fast" school of ruauers, who are never so cohtented with running as when mounted . a fast engine, with an express train, and behind time ; George preferred a slow train, where, as he said, his occupation was "killing Lime," not "making" it. So, while I had the "Baltic," a fast engine, with drivers six feet and half In diameter, and usually ran express trains, George had the Essex," a freight engine, with four feet drivers. One Saturday night I took the last run North, and was to "lay over" with my engine for the Sunday at the Northern terminus of the road until two o'clock, Monday, P. M. George had to run the "night freight' down that night, and as we wished particularly to be together the teat day, I concluded to go "down the line" with him. Starting time came, and otf we started. I rode fora while in the "caboose," as the passen ger ear attached to a freight train is ealle:d but as the night was warm and balmy, the moon shining brightly, tinging with silvery white the great fleecy clouds that swept through the heav ens like monstrous floating islands of snow drift- log over the fathomless waters of the sea, I went out and rode with George on the engine. The night was, indeed, most beautiful; the moon light shimmering across the river, which the wind disturbed and broke into many ripples, made it glow and shine like a sea of molten sil ver. The trees beside the track waved and beckoned their leafy tops, looking sombre and weird, in the half darkness of the night. The vessels we saw upon the river, gliding before the freshening breeze, with their signal lights glim mering dimly, and the occasional steamers, with light streaming from every window, and the red light of their fires casting an unearthly glare upon the waters—these all combined to make the settle spread before us, as we rushei shriek ing and howling over the road, one of unexcelled beauty. We both gazed at it, and said that, if all scenes in the life of a railroad man were as beautiful as this, we would wish no other life. - But something ailed George's engine. Tier pumps would not work. After tinkering with them awhile, he asked the fireman if there was plenty of water in .the tank; the fireman said there was, but, to Illalto assurance doubly sure ? I went and looked, and lo ! there was not a drop. Before passing through the station George had asked the fireman if there was plenty of water: tie replied that there was ; so George had run through the station, it not being a regular atop— ping place for. the train, and here we were in a fix. George thought be could run from where he had stopped to the next water station ; so he cut loose from the train and Carted, WO had stopped on the outside of a long curve, to the other end of which we could see; it was fully a half mile, but the view was straight across the water—a bay of the river sweeping in there, around which the track went, In about twenty minutes after George had left we saw him coming around the furthest point of the curve ; the brakeman at once took hie eta. tion with his light at the end of the oars, to show George precisely where the train stood. The engine came swiftly toward us, and I soon saw that he was getting so near that he could not stop without a collision, unless he reversed his engine at once ; so I snatched the lamp from out the brakeman's hands and swung it wildly across the track, but it was of no avail. Oa came the engine, not slackening her speed the least. We I 5 AAO O. PEARBOB Badvg. [VOL. XXIII.-NO. 44.-WHOLE NO. 1986. saw somebody jump from the firemanis side, and in the instant of time allowed us, we looked to see George jump, but no! be stuck to his post, and there came a shook as of a mountain falling. The heavy freight engine running, as it was, at as high a rate of speed as it could make, crashed into the train ; thirteen cars were piled into a mass of ruins, the like of which is seldom Been. The tender was turned bottom side up, with the engine lying atop of it, on its side. The escap ing steam ehrieked and howled the water, pouring in on the fire, crackled and hissed; the stook (sheep and cattle) that were in the cars bellowed and bleated in their agony, and it seemed as if all the legions of hell were there striving to make a pandemonium of that quiet place by the river side. As soon as we recovered from the shock and got used to the din, which at first struck terror to our hearts—and I think no sound can be more terrible than the bellowing of a lot of cattle that are crushed in a railroad smash up—we went to work to see if George was alive, and to get him out, dead or alive, We found him under the tender, but one side of the tank lay across his body, so that be could not move. We got rails and lifted and pried, until we raised the lender and got him out. We took one of the doors from the wrecked cars, laid it beside the track, and made a bed on it with our coats and the cushions from the Caboose; for poor George said he wanted the few moments left him of earth be neath the open sky,eand with the cool breeze to fan his cheek. Of course we dispatched a man to the nearest station for aid, and to telegraph from there for an engine; but it was late at night, everybody was asleep, and it was more than three hours before any one arrived, and all that time George lingered, occasionally whisper ing a word to me as I bent over him and moist ened his lips. Ile told me while lying the reason why he did not stop sooner. Something had got loose on the inside throttle gearing, and he could not shut off steam, nor, owing to some complicity of evil, could he reverse his engine. So on he had to come pelt-melt, and both of them were killed; for the fireman had jumped on some rocks, and must have died instantly, MS he was most horri bly mangled. The night wind moaned through the wreck; the dripping water yet hissed upon the still hot iron of the engine; the waves of the river gur gled and rippled among the rocks of the shore, and an occasional bellow of agony wae•heard from amidst the cattle oars, where all the rest of the hands were at work releasing the poor crea tures; but I sat there, iu sad and solemn silence, waiting for him to die that had been as a brother to-me. At last, just as we heard the whistle of the approaching engine, and just as the rising sun had begun to gild and bespangle the pur pling east, George • opened his eyes, gave my hand a faint grasp, and was no more. I stood alone with the dead man I had loved so in life, but from whom death had now separated me. ARTEMUS WARD'S SERENADE, Things in our town is workite The canal boat "Lucy Ann" called in here the other day, and reported all quiet on the Wabash. The " Lu cy Ann" has adopted a new style of binnakle light: in the shape of a red headed gal, who sits up ovr 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 guinea, he might make a fettle'. " It's a novel ty," I added, " and may sterile '9131 at fast, 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, 80 I made arrange ments aecordin'_ 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 unexpected honor for seven dollars, which I excepted. I wrote my impromptoo speech severil days ' beforehand, bein' careful to expunge all ingram matticiems, and payin' particular attention to the punktooation. It was, if I may say it with out egotism, a manly effort, but Mare ! I never delivered it, as the eekel will show. I paced up and down the kitchen, speakin' my peace over se as to be entirely perfeck. My bloomin' young daughter, Sarah Ann, bothered me summit by single' "Why do Summer Roses Fade?" •• Be cause," said I, arter hearin' her sing it about fourteen times, "became its their bizainess! Let 'em fade." " Betsey," said I, pausin' in the middle of the room, and letting my eagle eye wander from the manuscript: "Betsey, on the night of this here serenade, I desires you to appear at the winder dressed in white, and wave a lily-white handker cher. D'•ye hear ?" "If I appear," @aid that remarkable female, " I shall wave a lily-white bneket of ho water, and somebody will be Resided. One bald headed old fool will get his share." Bhe refer'd to her husband—no doubt about it in my mind. But for fear aim might etager— e& me I said nothin'. The expected night cum. At nine o'clock precisely, there was sounds of footsteps in the yard, and the band struck up a lively air, which, when they did finish it, there was cries of "Ward Ward 1" I slept out into the portico. A brief glance showed me that the assemblage was sum mit mixed. There was a great many ragged boys, and there was quite a number of grown-up persons, evidently under the influence of the in toxicatin' bole. The band was also drunk. Dr. Schwarey, who was holdin' up a post, seemed to be partic'ly drunk—so much so that it had got into his spectacles, which were staggerin' wildly over his nose. But I was in for it, and I com menced thus:— "Feller-citizens: For this onexpected— Leader of the band—" Will you give us our money now, or wait till you get through ?" To this painful, disgustin' interruption I paid no attention. "—for this onexpected honor I thank you." Leader of the band..-" But you said you'd give us seven dollars if we'd play you two °boons." Again I didn't notice him, but resumed as fol• lowe : " I Bay I thank you warmly. When I leek at this crowd of true American citizen my heart Dr. Sohwezey—" So do I !" As—my heart swells"— A voice—" Three cheere for the awella." "We live," said 1 . , "in froublous times, but I hope we shall again resume our former proud position, and go on in our glorious career !" Dr. Schwasey— , . I'm willing for one to go on in our glorious career. Will you join ma. fellow citizens, in a glorious career, when he finds himself ?" "Dr. Schwasey," said I sternly, "you are drunk. You're disturbin' the meetin'." Dr. Soliwasey..." Dave you a banquit spread in the house ? I should like to have a rhynos syros on the half shell, or a hippopotamus on toast, or a horse and wagon roasted whole. Anything that's bandy. Don't put yourself out on my account." At this point the Band began to make hidyoue 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 was just on the pint of doin' it, when a upper winder was sud denly opened, and a stream of hot water was bro't to bear on the disorderly crowd, who took the hint and retired at once. When I am taken by surprise with another serenade, I shah, 'mong other arrangements, have a respectable company on hand. So no more from me to-day. When thie you see, re member me.— Vanity fair. SUNDAY SHOES AND UMBRELLAS. 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 Sun day. The Presbyterian suggests that a different kind of shoe® and umbrellas are needed for Sun day: WANTED-A species of gum shoes and umbrel las that will stand the Sunday rain or Sunday mud in this latitude. I know a preparation whioh I think will fully .answer the purpouo; and as no patent hoe been taken out—the demand being very email—every one is at liberty to try the experiment. Place in common gum shoes a soul thoroughly saturated with Divine love, and they 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 proper places by many short, unyielding prayers welt secured'by the rivets of faith. Over the whole, spread a covering of grace, well Ailed with calf• denial. Instead of the last-named article some use the spirit of impulse, which answers for a little while, but soon wears out. The umbrella will not only stand rains, but during the heat of summer wilt answer equally well for a parasol. Those desirous of supplying themselves with these invaluable articles would do well to make immediate application to Him " who giveth liberally, and upbraideth not." Letter from the 161 th Pa. Regiment. CAMP NEAR SUFFOLK, VII., Jan. 26, 1863 li r . Ea,' 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 if a proper time to write and make known to you the truth. I am from the same Company he (the correspon- dent) is in, and draw my rations at the same place. I will state the rations the correspondent of the Adler mentioned. They were the follow ing: Hard Crackers, Old Pork, Rice, Beans, and Coffee. We have received, since here, seven dive hard Crackers, and thirty-four (34) days' rations of soft 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 every ten days. One kind of the above mentioned meat they havefor each day. And the daily rations are sugar, coffee or tea ; instead of coffee, beans, and rice sometimes in place of beans, salt, vinegar and candles. And potatoes are given three times a week. Molasses is issued twins a week, if practicable. Our Regiment has had molasses three amen sines here. As to our shelter, our tents are in a good oon dition, and the men are in a tolerable state of health, with the exception of those is the hospi tal, which number I cannot state exactly, but I think it does not exceed twenty-five. Daniel Setley is here now to obtain the body of Levi Fitterling, of Co. B, who died a few weeks ago. I think he will start to-morrow, and also tats with him the body of a man by the name of Wolf, of Co. E, who died last Saturday night. Please publish this, for it may relieve many families at home from that trouble and sorrow which was brought on them through snob letters like that of the correspondent of the Adler, which was not correct ) and thereby oblige Joss R. HOTTSMITIII/4, Commissary Sergeant, 167th Pa. D. M. Letter from the 93d Penna. Regiment. CAMP AT WRITE OAK CKITILCH. VA., 1 . January 801 h, 1868, j Dims Sin:—The weather during the past two weeks has been very unpleasant, particularly last week, during our march to Sanford's Ford, above Fredericksburg, and back. The health of the Regiment is unusually good for this sea son of the year; the sick list is very small, num bering but 2 in Hospital, and 8 in quarters; the principal disease is cold contracted during the exposure on our late march. Maj. Hoopes, our Paymaster, visited us to-day, and is now paying off the Regiment, for the months of September end October, 1962; "grata backs" and "postage currency" of all denomina tions 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 comfortably quartered near White Oak Church, about 4 miles from Falmouth, where we have been encamped since the 21st of Decem ber last, with the exception of our late march to Sanford's Ford. The late wet weather has pat the roads in an almost impassable condition, se that it is doubtful whether we shall lease here far some time to oome. The boys are busily engaged in putting up "winter quarters" CO by building a small log frame, over which they put a shelter tent, build a email fire place and chimney in a corner, which makes a comfortable hems for— a soldier ! There is but very little occurring in camp worthy of mention ; the all absorbing topic of the day is the "almighty dollar." At present our duties are light—drills, dress parades and inspections take up part of our time, varied oc casionally by three days picket along the Wake of the Rappahannock. Quite a friendly feeling exists between the picket, on both sides, the " gray backs" are very anxious to barter tobao co, &c., 'for sugar and ooffee, which our boys have In abundance. Notwithstanding the stmt orders against the carrying on of this contraband trade, the boys will indulge in it. COWART I.