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TOWNSHIP AND DISTRICT OFFICERS
ELECTED MARCH 20th, 1863.
Albany— WV, Ilaniel Direst:lnspectors, Samuel Gres
cup. 1.111116¢6.3 B. Lanai Salool DiTOCUM, John Iletumerly,
C. H. Lenhart; Assessor, desse Miller: Constable, William
Hairenbuch : Supervisors, J. Houriecb, Paul Gehringer;
Auditor. Jonathan Smith; Treasurer, Ileury Long ; Clerk,
Alsace.—.lndge, Reuben Matz: Inspectors. Valentine
Schmeek;Solomen Hindi; Supercitors, ranjamizi
Jacob Olinger: Constable, IMO! Weidner; School Direc
tors, Willialn Keller, Benjamin Folk; Auditor, Josiah P.
Herb; Treasurer, Valentine Hartman.
delft—Judge. Adam Stout: Inspectors, George What',
Effinger Louth; Supervisors, Isaac Kerb, Samuel Fri. ;
School Director., Jonas Rhoads, Reuben 11.Criargmor, Isaac
Moyer, (1 year): Assessor, John Wagner; Auditor, A. H.
Vanderslice; Justice of the Peace, George S. Lorab; con
stable, Henry Wier.; Clerk, Eliot liiteken.
Bern.—Judge, - Levi Good: Supervisors ,
l William Bolts,
Henry Shell; School Directors Ecnnevt d b
le Reber. aro
Boyer; Inspector:, Jacob Feather, Edward Strobecker
sessor, Samuel Ilnklehergerl„,6 wilier. Levi Lash: Cou
ntable, Jonathan Gleam, CloW. John Larch.
Bern Upper...4l;4lre of the Peace, Frenklin Y. War
; Asseasor. Jonathan -r; .Tedge. Daniel Kies:
Sipervisers, Peter Long, JO • eischwenjer, Wm. Ten
ger, (tie): Inspectors. Henry Hellenbach. Reuben Selmer;
School Directors, Israel Miller, George Hain, Porde: hatt.-
mak. ( 2 781.0; Constable, Isaac Strouse ; Clerk, Samuel
Kline; Auditor, John Albright.
Berout(n.—Goustable. William Feather; „lodge, Levi F.
Blight; Inspectors. Henry K. Smith. Joan R. Rwoig; A.--
servo., Ephraim S. Whelan: Auditor. Jo ph B. Conrad ;
School Directors, Franklin Ilarbach, John Boyer.
Bethel.—Supervisors, David E. Merkey, Jobe Snyder;
School Directors, D 13aldortf, Henry Kane. JohniGrotf,
year); Assessor, Elias Diefenbach : Judge, Henry Kit.,
Inspectors, Rita, Brown. Samuel Smeltsor; Constable,
William Kline: Auditor, Michael Smeltzer; Clerk, John
Brown; Treasurer, Michael Smeltzer.
Brerinoek.—Judge, Joseph Steffey: Inspectors. Daniel
Schlough, Richard Trottel ; Treasurer, Adam Hedge; Con
stable, Lorentz Grater; Cloak, Daniel Hammel; School
Directors, Joseph Itemminger, Rudolph Harz; Assessor,
ilajamin limbo& Auditor, War H. Miller; Superrieorn,
Dam Tetterling, John Troup.
.Cmitre.—Judge, Adam Barger; Inspectors. Michael K.
Rentschler. William Ragimetese; Constable, JOlll3 E. Free
man: Supervisors, 'Millet Focht, John Freeman, lie vote),
Jacob Flee. (tie vote); School Directors, Willianiliaufma e,
Jacob Rentchler; Amomor, Jacob S. Kaufman ; Auditor,
tiernarron.—Judge. Jam. E.Wells; Inspectors, Joseph
Broadbent, Peter Hoffman ; Justice of the Peace, Jacob 7..
Plank; Supervise., Samuel Plank, Thema:, Yohn; As
semor, James R. Delzell : School Directors. David Plunk.
Jacob Kern- Auditor. John P. Maar; Treasurer, Abratut m
Kurtz; Constable, William Derr; Clerk, David R. By ler.
Cobbro.karsta.—Jud.m. Henry Entfle Jacob
Bahr, George Mull; Supervisors. Matthias Levan. David
Haas; Constable, John M. Weaud Assessor, John M. Bohr:
School Directors. George Rover. Abraham Warn:non; Au
ditor. Thomas Snarler ; Clerk, Johu awl muck.
Cumme.—Assessor, Richard Schna der, (tie vole). Bonne
ville Rleinginney, (He vote): Supervisors, Jo. Iteraber,;er,
John Keifer; Inspectors. Jacob Totterer, Philp ()bold;
School Directors, Joseph Matz, William Roth; Treasurer,'
William Perniepaelter Constable, Rudolph Febelman:
Judge, Jacob Lebo; Auditor, William Steffy; Clerk, Samuel
Doug/rms.—Clerk, Christian F. Forcer: Auditor, Au
nBlso W. Livingood Constable, Ephraim R. Vorgen
Justice of the Peace. David B. Manger: luspaetore. Reuben
B. Manger, Henry Buehler; Judge. Drian'F. Gresh; School
Directors, Henry IL Rhoads, Philip Eagle: Assessor,
Samuel G. Hatfield ; Supervisors, J. B. Liringood, George
District—Judge, Augustus Burbach, Inspectors, Philip
Wasaer, William Reinert; Assoiaor, Daniel Garen; Super
visors, Jacob D. Fronhoisar, Jonathan D. Erase: Constable,
Jacob Reinert; Auditor, Joseph Kemp, sea.; Clerk, Jacob
Earl.—Judge, John Bruner; Constable, Wm. Lechner ;
Assessor, Samuel Trout; Supervisor, Israel Se'avely, Won.
Haas, Inspectors , Simon Swavely , Charles Drumheller;
School Directors, William Mathias, Jacob Bricker; Audi
tor. Enoch S. Mathias.
Exeter.—Judge, Solomon Dankle ; Inspectors, Jacob L.
Schaefer, Franklin S. Sitter ; Supervisors,
Joel K. Kinsey.
Abraham Faber; School Directors, John "fleeter, Blum
Klein; Assessor, Samuel Streak; Constable, Peter Stein
metz ; Auditor, Jacob E. Snyder.
Greemnich.—Constable, John Sharer; Judge. Lewis
Llebty; Inspectors. James FL Dietrich, Simon Boaz; J tee
tice of the Peace. Silas Christnan ; A sses.o r, Joshua Greene
wall ; Auditor, C. Greenawalt ; School Directors ' Jonas
Altenderfer, Joseph Relienold ; Supervisors, DanielSberer,
Michael Croll ; Clerk, Samuel Gruber.
Hereford.—Ridge, Abraham Sallade; Inspectors, 13•311ja
mio Ranch, Henry Trash; Justice of the Peace,
Supervisors, Simnel Loam., °nova IL Masts:,
ler ; Constable, Annual,. Robs; Assessor, Samuel Gellman;
School Directors, Charles Kehs, John Gelsinger ; Auditor,
Franklin N. Gery.
Hamburg. dodge, Charles Lebold ; Inspectors. Daniel
Saul, William J. Liebman; Assessor, Israel Smith ; School
Director., William Deisher, FrallGifil Gerhard ; tionetable,
Heicteiberg.—Asaessor, Daniel Moyer: Supervisors. Ar
thur ilimmelberger. John W. Fisher; Judge, David:Cox ;
Inepectore, Simnel Warner. Michael Fisher - . School Ditec
tors. John L. Brown. Adam Leis; Auditor, William Sheets;
Constable. Joseph Putt.
Heidetkrg Lutes.—Justice of the Peace, John Bush;
Judge, John Hurst; Inspectors, Amos Goodhliit, Adam
Fob; Assessor, Jonathan Spengler School Directors,
Charles Spohn. Peter Spayd Supervisors, Jared Sustain
ger, Michael Gerhart; Cory/able, Israel Klopp: Auditor,
John Spengler; Clerk, Moses Boyer; Treasurer, Benjamin
Heidelberg North.—Jades, Israel. Gruber; Aueessor, John
L. Brossman: Eupervisors, Absalom Mt_tser, John Lutz;
School Directors, Joshua Lamm, Joshua Lengle, Willlant
Stump, (1 year): Inspectors, John Blekel, James 'McAllis
ter; Constable. Gabriel Dondore;-Auditor. Jacob G. Smith.
Jefferson—Judge, 'mac Knoll; Aoeeeeor, Samuel Pot
teiger ; Superviaors, William IlLhel, Jacob Stapp; In4pcie
tore, Isaac M. Weever, William Bentz; School Direrzois,
John N. Dokteiger, Joseph Wilhelm; Courtahle, hrael
Knoll; Auditor, fleecy W. Smith.
tint:tin/tn.—Judge, David Fister Inspectors, limn, S.
Hotterillne, Nathan Bieber; A,.sesror, William Shadier;
Constable. John Mohr; School Directors, Hiram F. Bickel,
Daniel B. Snyder.
Lonvicamp.—Justice of the Peace, William Slmbcrt;
Constable, William Schruick ; Judge, Am.: Weller; u
apectors, Jacob Fegely, David Deck A,sessor, Jona:loin
T. Haas; Auditor, Henry Ebman; School Directors, Geo.
Frederick, John H. Bauer; Supervisors, Nathan Fegely,
George Trump; Clerk, Jonas Atornig.
.ifaxataump.—Justice of the Peace. Doran S. Katz;
Constable, Allen Sahuroyer: Aristwsor. Peter F.ieser ;
visors, Jacob Shirey. Charles D. Koch: Inspectors, Daniel
S. Weber Henry Williams; Judge, Reuben W. Gold'.;
Jacob W. Fisher, David S. Kemp; Audi
tor, Charles G Klein.
Afaidenoreek.—Conatahle, Hoary Ratter; Judge, 'Lenin
raja Fox; Inspectors, William Gaither, W.
Kauffman; Supervisors, Jacob Dauer, Johnßaratit: School
Directors, John D. Barnet, Jacob Rotherrnel ; Ass , aissor,
Samuel F. Hoy; Treasurer, Joseph K. Peter; Auditor,
Jacob Hoffaiar.; Clerk, Daniel Berkey.
Marion.—Assessor, William Ranch ; Constable, William
P. Penal; Judge, Andrew schmner ; Inspectors, Levi L.
Moyer. John Lindentuth ; Supervisors, James Ruth. Peter
Reedy; School Directors, Decry Behller, George Schack ;
Auditor, Jacob Tice; Clerk, G. W. Elimmelberger.
Muldeifflerg.—Supervisors, Samuel Gehl et, Henry Kel
ler: Judge. A. H. Sailor; Insp.:tore, Olen]. Rotheoherger.
James Schrueck; School birectors,S...eph adltin
H. Sailor; Juetieesuf the Peace, J. P. Heriino, leant
Dock; Atitc , cor, Joseph. llortrr ; Auditor, J, p, llerloi
Conemble, Joseph Hurter; Treaxarer, :queer.
Unielaunee —Judge, Cyrus J. Ranter; Inspector, Frank.
D. Faber, Israel Martin ; Supervisors ltiram Dublin, F.
Dicliardeou; Assessor William Herbst; '
Jacob Saul, John Ju,,ticr of the Years, A. D. Mai
melricb ; Constable, Joshua Bickel; Auditor, Adorn 11.
(tenant; Treasurer, Tobias Climber; Clerk, Reuben
Oleg.—Judge. Daniel Kauffman; Ynpervbors, Jacob
llerbine. John Levan; Asses-or. GS. Toler; l ecpectors,
henry D. Griecemer, Jeremiah Hawk ; C0n:441,1e, Isaac
Ballo; School Threctors, John 0. itt.her, J.. S. Bertolene
Auditor, Martin "Coder.
Perry.—Tnstice of the Peace, Isaac IL Mohr ;
Joel Bendier; Inspectors ' Isaac Unger, Samuel P. Moll ;
Supervisors, Jacob Veisber, Jacob miner; Constable,
James S. Miller; School Directors, Jacob Snyder, John
Kelm, jr„ Benjamin Kelm ; Alitftm; Jacob T. Miller; Au
ditor, P. S. Albright.
Pike.—Judge, G. Yoder; Ineyeeiara Daniel Fry. Lame
. . . _
Mover; Assessor. William Gabel: Justice of the Peace,
Samuel Walter; Supervisors, Benjamin Conrad, Solomon
Yoder; Constable, Elijah lieidenauer • School Directors,
Benjamin Yoder, John Hess; Auditor, ' Urlah Holder.
Penn.—Constable, Charles Diehl ; Supervisors, William
Speicher, Henry Showalter School Dtroc,ors,,,,,ce m
Henry Struve; Judge, Peter Kerehner Inspectors, Joel
Traria, Peter D. Xerehner ; Assessor, David Christ; Tree
lwer, Peter Herehner ; Auditor, John h. Hoover; Clerk,
William K. Rieder.
Eoeldand.—Auditor, John B. Sanermileh ; Judge, John
Bahr; Constable, Isaac F. Miller; sasensor, John Matt jr,;
School Dtroutore ; Joe/ /torte, John Guenther; inventors,
William Eckert, tieorge M. Frederlck Super/ion', Peter
Roiravon.—Constahle, B. F. Dickinson ; Supervisors,
James Jacobs, Daniel onyder, (tie vote;, Warner Thorn].
son, (tie vote); Assessor, William Wratley ; Judge, Cad
vvalader Morns; Inspectors, John Wells Michael B. West
ley ; School Directors, Boos Moms, Jobe A. Rachel; Au
ditor, Augustus W. Beard ; Clerk, Samuel Zink.
Rfament4.—Jallice of the Peace, Solomon Miller; Su
pervisors, Henry Boyer, Daniel Kline; Constable, David
Saul; Judge, Daniel Dressler; Inspectors, Martin Ketch
um, Samuel Meitner; School Directors ' John Stine, Levi
Baas; Assessor, William McGargy ,• Au ditor, Joel Drieb.
Ibis; Treasurer, Adam Weidenbaturaer ; Clerk, John
RuseoMbmanor.—Justice Of the Peace, Daniel Buskirk ;
Constable, George Yoder; Assessor, David Fulmer; Super
-visors, George Fry, Isaac }Defer • School Directors, willian2
Pry. David Bierman - dodge, Jacob Meyer, Inspectors,
Bjcbolari Hettinger, Wellington Levan; Auditor, J. L,
Spri.o.—Judge, Wtlliane M_Goodman; Inspectors, Jac.
Brubaker, Jacob Holt; Supervisors, Daniel Eshelman,
Blijab Warner; Constable, Henry Ulrich; School Direc
tors, M. 1' Liviagood, Charles Unveil; Auditor, Franklin
Masser; Treasurer, Isaac Bath ; Clerk, William Sheeler;
Assessor, David Beta.
Tulpehoccon.—Judge, Augustin L. Bordner; Inspectors,
Michael Gasser, Henry B. Brown; Assessor, Daniel B.
Sahlorf, School Director., John Wilhelm, Peter Lebo;
Sapervisen, Imean Miller, Isaac Kobel '- Constable, John K.
Johneton; Auditor, Augutr:un L. Border: ; Clerk, George
Weber; Treasn.rer, Bonneville G. Hamer..
Ttapekoccon TteaLer. Can
stable, Wi ll iani•keaber. lonpeetow. Boltz. Joseph.
Hymn. School Director., David Hollenbach, John Scharff.
Supervisor. ' Jacob Ilimmelherger,lienryltitzma.a. Judge,
Solomon Graff. Auditor, Willidm A. linger.
//rdeA"'SUpervlsors, Emanuel Lord, Jacob Stamotr. (tie
Tote), George Seller (tie votes. School Directors ' Amos
Boone, Jeremiah Beard. Clerk, hotent Blend. Judge,
yowl, E. Hoot, Inspectors, Jame, Price, John R. 812.0,r.
Constable. Henry Wameher. AseeoCer, Samuel L. Wolf.
Auditor, George Smith.
Wilideor.—Justtee or the Peace, Moses S. Miller. Cons
stable, Samuel Kepner. Judge, George B. Boyer. Imipsc.-
tors, Samuel H. Smith, Charles Stitzel. Supervisors, Sam
uel Eettlemoyer, Jesse Helm School blroctors, William K.
filler, William Krick. Ammer, Reuben Liudermuth.
Auditor, John S. geseley
• - WWthington.—Supervisors, Beery lieydt, Eli
=Adam Glaee. Inspectors, Davie. Moyer, George B.
an. Constable, William Arnold. Assessor, Aaron
Akbalesbybach. Auditor, James Deysber, R. F. Smith, (tie
uoteA,-,1 - Directors, Peter Boyish er, Jacob Belcher.
Womilerkey f .—Judge, John B. smith. Inspectors, Geo.
N. Moyer, Samuel Mamma. Saporito:or, Adam dotter.
.A 111508004 aleery„Ateckmau. Constable , Peter Letutager.
„Salim} Directors. Deter Spang, Adam Filbert. Auditor,
First or Spruce Wait,—hdp, ifahlon Fox. Inspec
tors, Franklin K. Brockman, Franklin Ullman. School
Controllers'. Amos Hooker, Peter Jones, (I }ear), John F.
Maxton, (3 years). As.tessor. Edward Schmeck.
Snood or Sonth-Wvst Mird.—Judge, William roma'.
Inspectors. Jogoph K. Ilarvoy. Jacob Lehman-
C totrollm s. Tames 'Samuel Frees. Assoseur,
John B. Grindußer.
Third or Sout Mird.—Judge, William O. Mc
Gowan, It...vectors * Dankil Goodman Amos Seidel . School
Cmtrollers, Levi P. linen., Alonzo Turner. Assessor,
rourth or Y, , r(4-E, , , , t War/J.—Jude, Henry P. Herb
Inemeak.rs, Mond Ro aud, recur Maurer. School Corm,'
ler., C F. McCauley, I.lenry Hahn. Annesegor, John Y.
,r .?‘",n/-11 - r..it In/rd.—judge, John McKnight.
Inqi.cioni, John (1. Krouse. John W. Burkhart. School
c.u1tr0u.17,.. J. Lawrence Get; Lewis Briner. Asseseor,
City —Wood M. Schwartz. _Limos Salad),
SALE OF LAND
1,2000700 .11,01tra FA,RIM LAND
*ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
T IS WELL KNOWN THAT THIS COM—
pally. in the few year.; since the construction of the
Railroad, has sold a large number of Faring to settlers,
mostlr in a short time, enjoyed a degree of pro.—
perity, which 14 sufficient evidence of the quality of the
coil, and the facilities 10 disposing of its produce. The
numerous villages which have sprung up in this short
time also indicate the abundant resumesa of t lin country.
The laud ia rich PRAIRIE SOIL, often thickly wooded.
Woodland can generally he purcha-ed at ehort distances
and low Itl'ieeg- - SUI/lnilleeS. ,l the Company. The various
Linde of grain are snares:4l.llly co Iti vaLal. Fruit, G ripes,
Ae ,;:row rapidly, and yield abundaiely and of superior
quality. The fruit market is probably the best in flie
West. For the raising of Cattle tut-. e is no better country
to ha Lined. CouOdering the infancy of the settlements,
meth has already been done for 'Schools.
The Company warers to el titers Area:, ativanta4en. Tine
lend is RAI-1110A or Preirto.—at from 61 to FeU tier acre,
according in, its dist.theo from the Railroad. At the time
of parchaee, only the intereet of the parchitse mosey le re
quired. For the II first years, like siSil only the interest.
At the end of the fourth year and the three following, each
IMP quertor of the capital; thus after the expiration of
:even yoars, the whole atnonot is paid. On each pay
111011in nli b eral discount to enowe , t, Purchtteere are ex
empt front taxes on the land for seven yearn.
The undersigned has been appointed agent, and
having personally examined the land, is able to give exact
information. All communications to be addressed to
JOllll ENDLIC/1, Agent,
Reading P. 0., Perks county, Fa.
Desirable City Lots For Sale.
THE uN itstum.D OFFERS AT PR I VAT E
Flvo ttuilding Lots on North Ninth street.
Five 13nildi ng Leta on the west side of Moss alloy, East
of :tit nth s.tr,,at.
Throe It oilaing Lots nn the west side or North Tenth
street, end Fourteen Building Lute on the east side of More
Tio conditions will be made easy to purchasers, the pro
prietor being willing to leave two-thirds of the purchase
money stand on the ;wends., if secured by Bond and
Nlortgage, and allow payment to be made In installments
or le, 21.1 end rh bonfire, until the whole debt is paid,
provided that one4hird of the purchase money is paid on
delivery of the Deed.
This is a rare chance fur Laborers and Mechanics to se
cure homes, as the lots are in the neighborhood of the Steam
Forge and Industrial Works: and as it is understood that
all the Depots of the Junction Railroads will be put up
hart! the property.
Plank of the Lots may be seen at toy office, or that
of G. Oscar Wagner, EN., Court street.
Jan 31—tf] • FREDERICK LAUER.
NTOTICE I 8 HEREBY GIVEN, TTIAT TAE
II Appeal Days for the several Wards, Boroughs and
Toirovhips, in the County of Berks. for the year ]063,
will be held in the Commissioners' Office, at Reading, as
Bethel. April 13
Upper TelpehOCcOn, do 13
Tulpehoccoo, do IS
Bern Upper, do 13
Centre, do 14
Bernville, do /4
Peon, do 14
.Teffcrenn. do 14
Heidelberg, North do 15
Heidelberg, Lower do 1.1
Heidelberg, do 15
Morton, do 14
Limburg, do 16
Windsor, do 16
Albany, do 16
Greenwich, do 36
Roscotnbinalior, do 17
Richmond, do 17
K 1116 1 01113, do 17
mixatnwni. do 17
Womelsdorf, do IS
Spring, do IS
Comm, do IS
Aisne. April 20
Muldenherg, d., 20
Ootelounge, - do h , t)
biaidencreelt, do 20
Venn do 21
11 ickland, do 21
Lungswomp, do. 21
Pike, do 21
Hereford, do 22
District, do 22
Washington, dn. 22
Colehrookdala, dg 00
°icy, do Si
Earl, do 23
Bougie..., do 23
Amity, do 23
Union, do 24
zone-on. do 24
Clornarvoo, do 2t
Brack mink, do 25
Bern, do 25
Exeter, do 25
Reading, do 27
Wards, Boroughs and Town
-toed to <ail at the commis
eir precepts, trawkipu, kr,
'ORBIT, ) Commissioners.
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The Assessors of the several
ellipa above named. are reigye
siociera' Office and receive the
GEORGE K. LC
HENRY H. HA
Cemcalssiener' Office, Real
,cling, March 2S, IS6F-4t
W - TIEREAS, TILE HON. W. J. WOODWA - RD,
Esquire. Prop Went of the Court of Common Pkag
in the twenty-third district, consisting of the county ot
Berl:s, in Pennsylvania, DASIII SCHALL end f3E011,11; D.
Srirzur.. Esquires, Justices of tire Courts of Oyer and Ter
miner, Quarter i...;esAione, and General Jail Delivery, for the
trial of all capital and other ulfeadyrs, in the said county of
• Berks. by their precept to me directed, tested at Reading,
the lf , th day of January. A. D., Treat, host, ordered a r2,lrt
of 01: , 1111,1 Pku , , General Quarter Sc,ion,, I lyerlted Ter
miner and Cenera I Jail Delivery, to be held at Deadiug, on
the sermd 3ionday in April next, lu hick will be the 13th
day ofsaid mouth.) to coutinu, three wee k ,;
2i o Tic b;, - therelo:e, is herein- gil,ll to ibe Xityor and Al
dermen of the city of Rending. the Coroner, the Justices et
the Peace, and the Constables of the said county of ;Jerks,
that they are by the said_procep: commanded to be there at
in o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their rolls, re
cords, i oquisitions, examino Von and all otherremembran
ces, to do those things which to their o thces any/nixie to be
dent, cud also th ose who are boned by rrconnieaacea, to
prinineninezein,t tha prisoners that are or tbeti shall he in
the jail or ,aria county Of Berk,,, are to be then and there to
pro,rute theta us shall be j est.
N. B.—The Mayor and:Mermen of the city of Heading,
taut the .Distice, of tire Peace threniohoat the county, are
requested to return then reenguizances to DA NIELERMEN.
Titoll Atwroay, at least "Ile week Legere
the beg - 11.1,11r of each :erne—agreeably t o the order of
Court, of April, .I,l4—in order thot the criminal business
may Inc prepared fiir the irefilediate action of the Court
Sul, SAVE TEE CoNMOEWEAS.Trf.
Sheriff's OtlicA., Rending, 3i.elt 2.1.1563.
Arch Street CARPET Warehouse
N 0.832 ARCH STREET, two doors
below NINTH, south side,
r MIE SUBSCRIBER HAS .ILTST RECEIVED
I f' SPRING TRADE a well nelectod etonk of EngSinn
C~t3Ft. 5.7. :it: 7
Embracieg all the raem.rerirs of the
prelim!, to the la:e as - 11,11101 for Cat.h : earl win Le .Itl at
Velvets, firniteeie. Three•Plye. Ingrains and Venetian
CARPETINGS,—with a large cloak
Oil Cloths, Druggets, Effattings, &c
Penomi who a•a a host furnishing, arc requested to make
an examination of the above goods previous to making
their selections. as ..uch inducements will be hold out as
carkoot foil to
5:32 Arai Street, rhiledelphi
THE UNDERSIGICEII HAVING TAKEN
j net a Lissese as a COMMERCIAL BROKER, is pre•
pared to negotiate fur the purchase and ate of
and other Securities, Goode in unbroken Package., Collec
tion of Resta, and any other business of a Commission
Broker or Agent.
ART Parties having business to do In his line are request
ed to give him a call.
OFFICE ill Court Street, -nextJAco door n
cb.uner. Velp 2S
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
To Secure an Established Business.
ITAVING OTHER ENGAGEMENTS IN
II view, I offer for sale at a GREAT BARGAIN, my
Liverpool tbneensware, Glass- ~. ,
ware, French China, &c., jv .
Now ie store at No. SeLW. Penn Street. be- to
tween Sixth awl Seventh, One of the beet ' 1
etandd in the city). I: , -ing the only more of the kind in
Reading, and the stock having been laid In before the treat
rise in mien, this le a rood chance for a person with a
small capital ; as I Will nil fur mach less than the same
goods can be purchased for at wholesale in Sew-York.
March 14-tfj W. S. HALL.
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HANDING IN AEADING I
A LTHOUGT-1 VIE WAR IS SAID TO HAVE
daccened crime in our cities, aft/ Wore will he hievig
in.l2eading tkis Spring, a large lot of
Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Which will cam. from theca.] Stand, 3 arid Penn Square,
neat Partnere' rank, 'Leading.
T AYER, BUNCH - AND SEEDLESS RAISINS,
AA Peaches, Plums, Apples, Oranges, lemons. Flee, kn,
ILL A. SF. PEOCOCK'S,
Feb 1] 90 &Mk Fifth Street,
COLE AGENT FOR BECKER'S GELEREAT
10ad Eye Salve, Wrigbt's Indian Vegetable Pills, Evan
&e., &c., by .
Feb ::1-;imo] J. L. STICUTER
rouse Furnishing Goods.
T MICE ASSOR.TALENT OF ROUSE FUR-
Goode of every variety. For AR le cheap by
GEO. LEIICEI .t CO.
TONG LE:S.—FRESH SUGAR CURED
Tongn.,f4r oalo at PEtTOCR'S,
arch 14] 40 South Fifth Street
FRESH CAN TOMATOES.—FOR SALE AT
40 South Fifll Street.
B OMIN r 0 It 0 111 rE l l o r cocK,
90 Sonth Fifth Snug
lIEJ 4 MBOLD'S
lIELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Bucau
For Diseases of the BLADDER, MAYS
GRAVEL and DROP4CAL SWELLIN
This Medicine Increases the power of Digestion , a 6--
Cites the Abuerhenta into healthy action, by wh he
Watery or Calcareous deposition., and all Unnatura En
largements are reduced, as well as•Paiu and inflammation,
and . .
MEN. WOMEN OR CHILDREN
RELMEOLD'S EXTRACT RUCRII
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indis
cretion or Abuse, attended with the following symptoms
Indlepomition to kitertion, LW. of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of IGease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, ;Pain in the Back,
Universal Lassitude of the' Fluehiug of the Body,
Alusenlar System, rapttonaor the Skin,
Dryness of the Skin,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this mod
eine invariably removes, soon follows
INIPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS
In one of which the Patient m Expire.
Who can cap that ttwy aro 'hut fregnently followed by
those'• direful diseases"
M 11.117 are aware of the cause of their enffering,
TUE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS
AND THE MELANCHOLY DEATHS BY CON
Bear ample witness to the troth of the
The Constitution, once affected with organic
Requires the aid of medicine to Strengthen and Invigor
ate the System,
WI lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Old or Yonog, Stogie. Married, or Coatemplating Marriage
In many Affections peculiar to Females,
THE EXTRACT RUC HU
is unequalled by any other remedy, ae in Chloreate or
Itetentem, Irregularity, rainfulnece, ur Suppreesion of
enatetuary Eltatelatiune. Ulcerated or Selrrhuuu state of the
Uterus, Leneorrhcoa or Whites, Sterility, and for all cow,
plaints incident to the sex, whether arising from Indis
cretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
NO FAMILY SHOULD BI WITHOUT IT
TAKE NO MORE DAMAN, MERCURY, OR UNPLEASANT MEDI
CINE FOR UNPLEASANT AND DANUEROUi DISEASES.
To all their sieges, At little Expense,
_ Little or no change in Diet, No inconvenience,
Axe NO EXPOMINR.
It manses a frequent desire and given strength to Urinate
thereby removing obstructions,
Preventing and Curing Strictures of the
Allaying Pain and'lntlarorostion, so frequent in the ulnae of
di. , eaws and expelling all Po:suizoms• Diseases and worn
Who have Leon. the Victims of (backs, and who have paid
heavy Yee. to be cured in a short time, Dave found they
were deceived, and that the a Poison" Las, by the non of
.• ynnse.rful astringtatta," been dried up in the system, to
break ont in au aggravated form, and
Use tielmbold'sExtrack Beebe for all affections and die
eases of the
Whether existing in
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a Diuretic
And is sure to have the desired effect in all diseases
FOR WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED
Evidence of the mad reliable and responsible character
wilt accompany the medietees.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
From 6 to 20 years' stanaing
With names known to
Delivered to any address, securely packed from any ob
CURES GUARANTEED I
Persenally appeared before me, an Alderman of the c,ty
of Philadelphia, H. T. Heltobold, who being duly sworn
dotb say, his preparations contain no narcotic, nor mercu
ry, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vegetable.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Sworn, and subscribed berme me, this 234 day of Novem
W.M. P. Mermen, Alderman,
Ninth street, above Rave, Mita
Address letters for informalior, in confidence to
R. B. HELM ROM), Chrzeist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth Street.
below Chestnut, Phila., Pa.
And Unprincipled Dealers,
Who endeavor to dispose • of their own" tuid'!.
articles on the reputation attained by
Reintbold's tionuine Preparations,
" Improved Rose Wash.
Sold bpall Druggists everywhere.
Mk for HELMBOLD'N. Take no (Aber.
Cat out theadvartlsement, and nand for It, AND AVOID
IMPOSITION AND BXPOSIMIJO. Sept. 18-31
A Positive and Specific Remedy
Is Good For
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS,
A trial will convince the meet bkertical
DECLINE on CHANGE OF LIFE
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE
JIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIJCRIJ
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE
MALE OR FEMALE,
110 W LONG STANDING
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BRCIIU
Is THE GREAT DIURETIC,
SCIENCE AND FAME
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE,
SIX FOR $5.00
Describe symptoms in all Communications.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
POr HOUSE ACCOUNT.
•y~~~ coN AD, STE WARD, . IN f ACCOUNT
~ ri ,iecoV;".7 oy-
raid sundry parsons for rouveying, jum
pers to the Poor House during the
year, &len 10
Sundry expenses on Limit., during the
year, 93 76
Sending away pourers and gratuity, 2n 63
posta g e and box hlro, 7 hi
Charles Breneiser, sugars and tobacco, 131 tili
Reuben Mobs, on neciinut fur labor, -12 a'
Rebecca RI all Guyer, for matches, 75
William Grooves, re-cutting Glee, 6 72
Filbert & Brother, dry goods, 9 72
Abraham Fry, on account superintend
ing Hospital, 63 OD
William Redly. expressage on bags, , 10
Ezra High, cider and appies, s ou
Sweet potatoes, 2 09
Michael Weitkoecht, castrating pigs, 1 10
Expenses in law snit with the Overseers
of the Poor of Franklin township, •
. 4 .. i
Carbon county, 31 77
Mr. Unmphreys, OA, 1 00
dotal &Inman, tailor work, 11 11
John Eck, shad, 2 70
Frank Antler, shad, 1 00
Goor g e Reagan, wicueae fees in law snit
With the Overbeent of the Poor of
Franklin township, Carbon county, 0 43
Frank Music, witness fees in law gait
with Overseers of the Poor of Frank
lin township, Carbon county, 6 40
Mr. Prosier, conveying Gen. Reagan
from Hamburg to Albany township, 1 10
Joseph Dickinson, for wheat, 116 Oil
Maria Conrad, making 24 pair panta
Georgollower, planks, spokes, &c., 6 all
Henry Crouse, buttons, &e., hit
Peter Zimmerman, on account as engl
Mary Witman, maid servant, on account, 30 00
Mary Danger, 4 Ott 4 60
Peter Bpottn, Hell, 40
riamuel Filbert, vinegar, s 54
Samuel Filbert, 2 bushes of wheat for
J. Fidler, 2 PO
Sundries, 3 10
John tflei/l, Bab, 24
Tie 17aro, II
Yeast, . " 40
Rat and mice exterminator, 1 eil
Peter Spehu, Bab, 1 04
Jacob r,eubart, labor, 60
Thomas Boone, services as engineer, 6 10
0 (Trite Breneiser, repilring elocke, I 00
Philadelphia ft Readrag Railroad Com
pany. freight, ' 5 14
P. Albright, freight, '2. 4
J. Moore, labor, 6 to/
John A. Conrad, labor during bay mak
ing and harvest,
Joseph lieteig, hops,
liermen Flolo, ale,
Jacob Minbler, boarding Augusta Ret-
Moses B. Bickel, calf,
Samuel Filbert, relief for Jacob Snyder,
David B Kline, 4 grata cradles,
:cliael Weitknecht, ca tratiag pigs,
Bolster, shoe last,
Bank Note Detector,
Jacob Hain, saddler work,
Samuel aloha, coffee and salt sacks,
Amos Lambert, labor on farts,
George Itrolactser, repairing clocks,
James Moho, I load of hay,
Nathaniel Skala, I plow,
John G. Hill, grinding grain,
Samuel Filbert, balance oa rye,
Wm_ Decker, do do
Siegel & Brother, dry goods,
John S Pearaou. dry goods,
Kauffman & Kissinger, dry goods,
Stamp for note of Kerper & Co.,
Samuel Herman. farming implements,
Bard ,t Heber, hardware,
A. D. Harvey, leather and findings,
Charles 8, Malay, salt,
A. W. Potteiger, dry goods,
Philip K. Miller, candies,
P. Albright, freight,
F. C. Buis, dry goods,
C. W. L. Hotilmitz, whiskey & vinegar,
Peter Brown, lime.
Murphy & Koons, fish,
C. L. Holtzman, epectacles,
Michael T. Livingood, Phyeiclan'seervi-
ces six mouths,
Henry Sohildt, mason work,
Phila, and Reeding Railroad Company,
Wm. Bridegam, stoves and tinware,
Charles K snail , stoves and tinware,
Joe. Mlshler Si Co., whiskey & vinegar,
B. Bugler, hoots AEA shoes,
S. Weida, cleaning clerk.
James, Kent, Santee Jr Co., dry goods,
Christian Ziegler, school tax
Error in account of last year,
Balance on Stean's note,
Needles sod tape
Phila. and Reading Railroad Company,
Henry Bucher, plaster,
Coat oil burners,
William Geiger, potatoes,
Daniel Shatther, castings,
A. D. Harve•, leather,
Philip K. Miller, candy,
Balance due Coonty, Jan. Ist, ISO,
Balance due County, Jan. let, 1562,
,lobo Shit?, balding bay,
Samna! ➢loba, 3 rat Logs,
Daniel K. Weidner, corn,
Jam. Mohn, runclln.
Daniel Itichwein, bawling alone to React
Mr. 111.trks, medicine,
Athens Frantz, annuling Indenture,
Henry Kerner & Co., hides and tallow,
Samna! rhaner, Bowman's furniture,
Samuel Shatter, tallow,
Hannah Cunrad,dry goods,
Samuel Arnold, do
Mrs. Rialitmyer, slush fat,
James Jameson, teen,
A. H, Fichtliorn & Co., on account, bides
John R. Edelman, alneb fat,
Daniel Souders, do
Directors of the Poor of Dauphin coun
ty, for maintenance of Agnes Brad-
balk, 10 80
Samuel Fillson, returning boy, 1 01
Aaron Dunaore, indenture, 80
Cash found on Thomas Hightleld, 12
Steward of Lebanon County Poor Rome,
centres, 12 111
Jacob F. Hunter, annnling Indenture, tl Oil
William Holtzman, maintenance, 12 10
Bonbon F. Drumheller, need corn, 00
Ezra grimmer, maintenance of Sally
Hill, 107 70
Joseph Kohl, old harness, 2 on
James Mobn, dry goods, 84
Jain Subl, maintenance of his son, 8 94
Hiram E. Ludwig. for an indenture, 1.0
Maria Conrad, healing furniture, 3 40
Do do dry gonna, 40
Mr. Nealbantlyer, for old raga,
Henry llertzel, cabbage plants,
James :debit, for a hat,
David Hartzog, balance for scrap Iron,
Samuel Filbert. balance for the main
tenance of John Shaffer,
Dr. Edward Wallace, maintenance of
Samuel Shilling, oil,
Cash found on Jonathan Bales,
Betsy Jennings, lard,
Barnhart & Koch, dour barrels,
Francis 31arkley, pasturing cattle,
Win. Werner, maintenance of Dorothy
Grossman, 99 00
A, Li. & W. Fietithorn, hides and
in full, 277 34
Barnhart & Koch, Hear barrels, 11 00
Dr. Charles Keely, for pork, 15
B. L. McClure, pasturing a drove of
cattle. 10 00
Aaron Getz, sundries, 8 00
Mahn* Schnader, one load of bay, 10 00
Cash found on Elizabeth Grim, 1 10
Eli Koch, sugar, 2 10
Enoch Sanders ' for au indenture,
Samuel Filbert, relief refunded for Jacob
Samuel Shaner, relief refandedfor Isaac
Samuel Rellsnyder, one blanket,
Jacob Rhoads, do
George Tee. do
Nathaniel Schilz, do
- Young, one barrel tallow,
John From. Bloch fat, .
Daniel Claimer, maintenance of Cain
Dr. Charles geely, lard,
Aaron Getz received from Alderman
Print; flues from John Mangle, for
selling liquor on Sunday,
Aaron Getz, maintenance Of Augusta
Mr. Shultz, laudanum,
John Stelfee, boarding - Snyder, 2 (0
Semen Lenninger, boarding --- Ball.
Cash found on Joseph Shereline,
Frank D. Boyer, for an indenture,
Reuben F. Drumheller, proceeds of
Michael Young's vendee,
Kauffman Jt Kissinger, lard,
Smtmel Berman. garden needs
HnnryKerper hides and tallow,
in full, --
James ,Wobo, dry 'goods,
Mrs. Catharine Lois, interest for one
yoer on the London property,
B. Bugler, due bill,
tionery persons Tor flowers,
ilmates in the Muse
Remaining in the lionee, Jen. Ist, 18ti2,
Admitted during the year,
Born during the your,
Discharged during the year,
Indentured do do
Died do do
Remaining In the Rouse, .Tanuarp let, NU. 981
This number consists of 101 male 141110 a, 110 female
adults. 63 boys under 13 years, 17 girls under 13 years
Breakfast and supper faraished during the
, year, to 6070
persons, denominated as" goera and corners.'
Clothing ,Ilade and Dintributed During the Year.
424 pair large pantaloons, 137 large vests, 64 large round
abouts, 2:11 pair small pantaloons, OD small roundabouts,
10 small vests, 423 large shirts, 30 small shirts, `.OS neck
ties, 240 pocket handkerchiefs, 117 large (rocks; 8 small
frocks, 100 large chemises, 93 email ohemises, 250,pa1r 'von
newly knitted etockinge, 76 pair mai/ newsy knitted
stocking., 200 pair large footed storkinga, 77 pair small
footed stockings, '2. lunatic ticwriu 1:0 u.nreen's tacks, 11
women's caps 31 laminate, 150 pnir vhoes, 1.; hats and cap-,
.r bunkikin mita
PU pair new sheen anode in the Henna during the year.
l'roduca of Farm.
105 Made lot CrOp hay 15 loads 2d crop hay, 1807 bush
els wheat, 312 bushels rye, 1692 bushels oats, 22 01 bnsbuls .
corn, 1100 bushels potatoes, 160 bnobels turnips. 5921
cucumbers, 817 bushels green beaus, 13 bushels soup beaus,
311 bw.hels peas. 65 bushels large (MUMS, bushels reed
0,1:013S. 86 bushels tomatoes, 69 bushels red beets, 54 bush
els yar6uips, -1.10 peppers, 3175 heads cabbage, 675 stalks
calory, 11101oads railllllro.
Beef, 4054 pounds; Pork, 18 61 pounds; Veal, 1243
pounds; Weight of beef hides, 5828 pounds; Weight of
calf hides, 192 M pounds.
RSI7BRN F. DRUMHELLER, Directors.
Attestt—l-Mmue A. Summoya, Clerk. [March 28-3 t
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
SUPER•PNOSPNITE Of LIME.
THE STANDARD MANURE,
Unequalled by any other in the market; always
;THE SAME IN QUALITY,
And invariably to be relied on as a MANURE of
Price $471 per 2000 Bs.
OUP &PEE PHOSPHATE OF LIME iS uniform in
lie chemical coostituenta, and can always be de
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
Packed in good strong bags, 150 lbs. each
ire believe it to he the best and cheapest Manure in use
PERIJVI AN—Nn.l Government. reeei ved direct from lb
Peruvian Government, at luwent Mal ket rated.
1011A1311E-9 very .uperior article, received direct from
2 A 6
$l5 per 2000 lbs.
PACIFIC OCEAN—A small cargo of "old fashioned"
genuine, packed in bags, very dry, and etrong.
- $6O per 2000 lbs.
PLASTER—Oroand Plaster, a eaparter article, packed
in good barrels.
BoNES —Button Makers' Hone Duet and Ground Bones
re A liberal deduction made to Dealers one the above
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
South Wharves and 41 South Water Stree
(Muir STARK ABOVE CIIIMFNUT,)
We sell no articles but such as we can safely re
commend. [March 14-3 mo
TO THE LADIES.
IC AI, ,
GLASS AND RUEENSWARE.
WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND
V 1' elegant assortment of the following kinds of
FANGS:" CELINA ARTICLES:
French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizes, Card Baskets,
Card Receivers, Jewel Boxes, Cologne Botglee, Motto Cot
fees, Watch Holders, Inkstands, Cigar Stands. and a variety
of other fancy gouda suitable for the Wbat-Plot. Moo
Bohemian and French Glassware,
Such as Wine Bottles, Decanters, Gobletsand Wine Glasses,
Liquor Setts, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles,
Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cel
lars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, &c.. &c., and Common Glass•
ware of every description; together with an extensive
Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet setts,
Tea and Coffee Cups, Dinner, Breakfast and Rutter Plates,
Dihhee of all kinds, Pitchers, Maps, Bowie, An., gm., with
a full line of common ware, all of which we offer at unu
sually low prices. Au inspection of our goods by our many
patrons and the public, is respectfully asked.
31. HEFTER. Si SON,
may 24 No. 124, Corner of Fifth and Spruce St.
I S 7
A 6 50
IMPORTANT TO YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS!
STOVES AND TIN-WARE.
WILLIAM BRIDEGAM, No. 86 WEST PENN
Street, next door below the Plough and Harrow
Hotel, respectfully coils the attention of persons goin g to
4 ho.k.eping. to kis large arid importer as
which. a STOVES AND TIN-WARE,
h will be sold at the every lowest each
prices. He has bought out the stock of
Henry Ruth, and obtained the exclusive agency for the
sale of the
- *2,100 01
93 S 9
" CONTINENTAL " COOK-STOVE,
formerly sold by Mr. Ruth. and the very beet Stove in the
market, either for large or small families. Ile is also
THE "GOVEENOR PENN,"
Another excellent Cook Stove; together With a variety of
other Sloven, either for kitchen, parlor, ball, chamber and
dining-room .0, from which pnrchenern cannot fail to be
His stock of TINWARE. is large, well made, and com
prises every article needed for household purposes.
YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS are particularly reqnest
ed to give him a call, and thereby cave money. lientemb.,
the p lace.
ERIDECIAWS UNION STOVE DEPOT,
West Peon Street, below the Plough and Harrow
March 7, ]SOS-tf
STRICKLAND & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
23 EAST PENN STREET,
a s PA.
ALARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
School, Miscellaneous and Blank
NM grab liCio 31.41_
ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND
f USW and MUSIC BOOKS,
GOLD PENS. PA NOY ARTICLES,
VOTE, I.,ETTER, CA Yana
8188 271Y0 PAPER and PAPER BAGS.
MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS
Made to order: Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied
with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications,
at catalogue prices.
.h e y- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled
promptly at the lowest wholesale prices.
Tea . cbers supplied with Merle at the usual discount.
N. B.—Cooks and Music sent by mall postage paid, on
receipt of Publisher.' Prices. Jan 19-tf
The 11. S. Revenue Hydrometer,
pa ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER
cent. of Alcohol in inspected liquors, by which the
amount of duty to be paid for internal revenue, is calcula
ted. The instrument, with glue Jar and book of tables
and instructions, is packed in a polished Mahogany Box
with lock and key. Price/ff. Book only SO cents.
ktIEVEYIb TRANSIT LEVELS, COMPASSES, and
CIIAINs, SI/FISS DRAFTING DISTRUMENTSORade by
JAMES W, QUEEN SE CO.,
Manufacturing Opticians, 924 Chentaut Street,
Jan 31-3mo] Philadelphia, Pa.
TO FARMERS !
POUDRETTE OF THE LODI MANUFACTURING CO.
ATTENTION OF FA EAMES AND GALL-
I declare ill respectfully called to the above MANURE.
Owing to the high price of Peruvian Guano. Super nos.
Awe and other fertilizers, this will be fornd the cheepeet
and best manure. For full particulars call on the Agent
fur the Company. J. L. STICIITER,
Feb 2S-Smo] Fifth and Penn Streets.
HO Al i
TIIE SUBSCRIBER IS AGENT DAL MESSRS.
Dupont's 'Powder In iron kegs, which has twice the
strength or ordinary powder. Also for sale Safety Fttee,
beat Vast Steel, sw., &c. J. L. SUMMER,
Feb 28-3mo] Fifth and Penn Street.
COAL OIL: •COAL OIL I :
50BARRELS COAL OIL JUST RECEIVED,
warranted equal to any manufactured. For sale at
the lowest wholesale and retail prices by
Feb 281 'ORO. LERCH & CO.
GRAINS:. (21116. LT.)
GRIANS CAN CONSTANTLY BE HAD AT
LAUER S BREWERY, corner of Third and Chestnut
streets. F. LACER.
December 7, 1.861-tt
mu= AND ALONZO&
FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BY
.1. L. STICHTER,
Feb 28-3t] Firth sod Penn Streets
XTRA LARGE FAT MACKEREL, AT
Feb 7] 40 South Fifth Street.
QWEET CORN, AT
eh 7 90 Booth Fifth fittest
$3O per 2000 lbs.
IICJ AIL MIT 4111010 •
READING SAVINGS BANK.
INCORPORATED MAY 11, 1855.
Banking Howe., Ewe Market Square, Nora Side,
Iteu I" a: •
TIE POSITA RECEIVED PROM TEN CENTS
. 1 Jr to Ten Thousand Dollars. Money in received on de
posit from 9 A. At. to 3 P. Al. ; end co Wednesday and Sat
urday evening* from 7 P. M. to 9 P. 91.
Interest will be allowed at the rill, of Floe per cent. per
annum, on all sums remaining on `*posit, ter one year or
On sums remaining lets thus a ye,r, interest will be al
lowed at the rate of Four per cent. per annum.
Alfir All the denote of the Bank and the individual prop
erty of tOe etoehho !dere, are liable for the payment of De
Persons who have money to deposit, are invited to call
at the Banking House for further information.
DAVID YODER ; UIDEON SNYDER ;
MICHAEL ORDURE, CONRAD BRUER,
DANIEL B. LORAN, CONRAD Y. BRIDLES.
A. F. BOAS.
President—A. F. BOAS.
Caaht.sa —ADAM LEIZE
MATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
OFFICE, NOB. 4 AND 0 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
N.-11. .90. l walm.l GL, Dehmen Donk dhld Third
INOORPORALTED IN 1794.
Properties of the Company, Feb. 1, 1861,
Marine, Fire and Inland Teat:venation Insurance
HENRY D. SHEREERD,
WILLIAM S. SMITH,
JOHN B. BUDD,
HENRY G. FREEMAN,
GEORGE C. CARSON,
HENRI! b. EMERBERD, PmsUsti.
WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary.
air Applications for Insurance may be made to WIL-
LIAM KEEL?, at Howard Si Co's. Express 011ie).
May 11, 1881-Iy
VIM B. BRADBURY'S
No. 427 taitoomr. NNW—YORK.
SUI3SCRII3ER RESPECTFULLY IN
_j_ cites the attention of his friends and the nubile sett.
erally to his Piano• Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Broome
Street. corner of Crosby street.
Having withdrawn his interest, stock and materials from
the late firm of Lighte & Brodlnerys," which arm was
dissoLved on the 31st Jenuary, ult., and hay
ing purchased the entire stock of PIANO
FORTES and Piano-Forte Material. owned
by Ma brother, Edward 0. Bradbury, in the said firm, be
to now prepared to supply the Increased demand for bin
celebrated PIANO-FORTES Employing the most skillful
and experienced workmen, with a large stock of the bast
and most thoroughly seasoned material. and anabundance
of capital, he has taken In hand the personal super.vision
of the whole businese of masnfacturing his instruments,
and Is enabled to tutu oat Piano• Fortes of unequalled lone
BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FROTES
In the arrangement or our new scale, drawn and pro.
pared with the utmost care, expressly for our new instru
ments, we have added every improvement which can in
any way tend to the perfection of the Piano-Forte, and
we can oonlidently assert, that for delicacy of touch,
volume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness of tone, combin
ed with that strength and gelidity of frame necessary to
durability, these instruments are unequalled.
"ETRENUTH AND BEAUTY" in OUT moil% and we invite
the closest criticism of the beet unbiased judges in the land.
Pr Every instrument warranted for five years
WM. B. BRADBURY,
March 7-9m3 427 Broome Si., tor. of Crosby, N. Y.
IN% II OO Is ll 761
. 1 1 6,02„ ~44,1 4. 1
13, __,,.,1,,,,,0, rAI OA' .
PHlLADiirarthi. . 1 i ' A
Beds, Feathers, Blankets. Vona - unable.,
And all other articles belonging to the business.
Feb. 14-17] AMOS HILLSOR:q.
1863 PHILADELPIIIA 1863
I - PAPER - HANGINGS.
HOWELL & BOITEMEE,
CORNER FOURTH St MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA,
have now in stock, a fine variety of
Wall Papers, • •
got up expressly for their Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE,
to which they invite the attention of Storekeepers.
Slip - In their Retail Department, will be friund the Marvel
styles of the season. [Feb. 14-3 mos.
HARDWARE & IRON STORE,
WECODIEISALE AND RETAIL.
THE bUDdeltatEltd, HAYING BOUGHT
the old Established Hardware and Iron Store of the
late Frlcker, Stevenson & Co., and having added a large
new Stock of goods; worth, respectfully call the attention
of the public to their large assortment of
HARD WARE, CUTLERY;
LEON, STEEL, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY, •
COACH TRLIIIIIINOS, &c., &c.,
Which they are determined to sell at the very lowest Mar
ket Prices, wholesale and retail.
GEORGE LERCH & CO.,
Corner of Fifth and Market Square, next doorto BOrbount
Mandell Howe. (Kahn's Old Stand),
GEORGE LEECH.] jam IS [J. T. JACKSON.
Cane-Seat Chair Manufactory,
No. 1 North Fifth Street. i doors above
the Post Other.
THE UNDERSIGNED - WOULD
1111 respectfully inform his friends and the
public, that he now has the largest assort
• 0 - 111,4,- . ...„-...„ CEINZ-SMAT 'CHAIRS
~.`:'-iikkVtli ever offered in Reading, and for neatness
41116 .. , ..-Ail' of finish. and durability of workmanship.
~..,:. ~. r .,,,, unsurpassed by any. Handsome wewstyla
-7 MI - • parlor Chairs, Dialse , ioots, Climber
and Rocking Chairs, all sizss; also Wind
sor Chairs, LOOliiup, Glasses, Marble Tup Tables, Bureann,
Bedsteads, &a., &e. D. H. BEIDEMAN.
COAL, WOOD, SALT,
M In Lk i * = or% 'rgl•-•=' - re• IEMIP
John Kissinger, Jr.,
Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading,
AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND SELLS
at reasonable prices, all kinds of Broken, En. and
tore Coal; Nut, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal, Salt, Lime
Mir Persons in want of anything in my line, will find it
to their advantage to give me a call before purchasing else
where. I deliver free of extra charge to any part of the
city. [Oct 6-1,1
Watches, Jewelry & Silver-ware:
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfan y invite your attention to his well selected
stock of Pine Gold and Sneer WATCHES, Pine
Gold JEWELRY of every kind and variety of
styles—comprising all of the newest and most becuidtfea
AIen—SOLID SILVER-WARE, equal to Coin—and the
best make of Silver Plated Ware. Lech article is war
ranted to be no reprettmted.
r4r. Watehee and Jewelry earafnlly repaired and satid
(Successor to Stauffer & Harifv.)
March 7-3m] No. 622 Market Street, Philadelphia
CARPETS and OIL CLOTHS
HOUGIT, Jr., WOULD RESPECTFULLY
.invite the attention of Merchants and Honsekeepera,
to hie large and well assorted stock, Outdating of all
AL Pit. M iNsT „
English Tapestry Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain, Entry and
OIL CLOTHS and WINDOW SHADES in great variety,
Door Mate, Huge, hag Carpets, am., all of which will be
sold at the very lowest market price..
PHINEAS HOUGH, Jr.,
No. 305 North Second Street, above Noble. Breach
Store, South-West Corner of Eighth and. Spring Garden
Streets, Pliiladelpida. (March 7-3 mo
T. J. MoGUIGAN,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE'DEALERS IN
THREADS, TAPES, HOSIERY,
VIATOZIES AND 'MAGNIN%
No. 2 STRAW.L:IERRY STREET,
OIL CLOTHS 1 OIL CLOTHS : I
Tlu LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CAR
riage, Table and Floor Oil Cloths In the City, Call
and examine at
NEW HAMS, SHOULDERS AND BEEF, AT
Fob 7j 4 40 South Fifth Street
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
No. 904 Market Street, Thiladelpbia
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
attention to our Large Stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
now on band READY MADE, embracing every viol,"
Style and Material suitable for ilia sew...
We have also on band a full assortment of fil i iiitrq
GOODS adapted to M SR'S sad BOYS' WEAR, and w ould
'turtle your early attention thereto.
' Theme Uoodis Save been purchased fur CA:3II and will L.
cold at a sinalt advance for CASH.
Particular attention paid to all orders, 1.0 as to ialtita
eatiefactioa to the purchaser.
CZ:i 401 , r -s La -Ai. FL MX 1100 ILT IS 'a
itieht R. WWI%
GEORGE H. STUART,
SAMUEL GRANT, Jr.,
THOMAS B. WATTSON,
CHARLES S. LEWIS.
For Rate. Mice, Roaches, ants, Bed Bugs,
Moths in Furs, Woollens, &c. Insects nu
Pl nits. Fowls, Animals, &c. Put op in *.rie.
Sec and $1 Si BONEN Bottles, and Flasks, $3 and $5
for BOTELS, PUBLIC IEATITUTIONE,
"Only lotallible retowales knolls."
"Free from Poleuee."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats emus out of the r holes to die."
sap Sold Wholesale in all large cities.
Sold by all Dathantea and BRTAILERS everywhere.
!!! BEWARE!!!" of ail worthless imitations.
AO" gee that " OcirrAn'a" name in or, each Box, Ilotth,
and Flask, before yon boy.
address BLEINRY R. COSTAR,
aro- PRIECIPAL DEPOT 482 BROADWAY, N. Y.
/AjF Sold by—HARVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale and
Retail: F.S.STWWF.NS, 93 Bast Penn street, above the Rail
road; J. IC. Wet:rimy: It P. Huirres. & Co., }MALIN°, in.
100,000 BARBELS OF THE
LODI - MANUFACTURING CO'S
..W=IEHIIIC7I2OIIIII HIE 71rr31.71167..,
130 South Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa.
rriIIIS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF
$150,000, the most extensive Works of the kind In the
world, and an experience in manufacturing of over 'lt
years, with a reputation long established, having also the
exclusive control stall the night soil of the great city of
Nero-York, are prepared to furnish an article, which is,
Wi4ticifit doubt, the CifItAFEsT MOP FEET BEST fertilizer it
market. It greatly imneaues the yield. and ripens the crup
from two to three weeks earlier, at an expense of from
three to four dollars per acre, with little or no labor. Also,
FIFTY TONS of BONE TaFitll, being a mixture of bo ns
and night soil ground fine, at Sit per ton—a superior arti
cle for grain and gratin. A pamphlet coataittleg ell ger..
eary information, may be bad free by ;lamming a law
to the subscriber.
MEAT AND DONE COMPOST
THE ATtENTION OF FARMERS AND
others, In respectfully invited to the shove MAN1:1:86,
Which have been amply tested in various sections of the
conntry, and which as a means of affording stimulant, out
uourishmeut to the Growing Crops, are now generally
conceded to be among the beg and cheapest in the market.
We have been obliged, rather than deteriorate the arti
cles, to advance the prices, in consequence of the incree<ca
coat of materials and labor, to the following rates:
PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZER, - no per ton.
MEAT AND BONE COMPOeT, - $27 00 do
TASEEN & CLARK,
South-West Corner of Mb end Washington Ste., Pulls
Pa- For sale by JOHAI licKbilOßT, Reading, Pa.
March 7,1868-3 mo
PRINCE & CO'S.,
World Renowned - Melodeons and
'WITH THE LATEST PATENTED
improvements, Introducing the Bann tvonio
_ , with the effect of Pedal bass on the cheapest
' r ' instruments—from $O to $450.
EARNEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED
111 E NCO
7 and 7J. °degree, full Iron frame, overstrung, small eel
large sizes, plain and very richly Subtitled, (rota $179 to
$lOO. according to style. Also, Pianos by other makers.
10 -, Every instrument Warranted. For sale at the low
est. wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction ter en.l, or
on small and convenient monthly instalments.
.14 , 14108 DEldiAli, Sole AFOUL
219 .and 2SI South Fifth Street, above Spruce,
Dec 6-61no] Philadelphia
TM - PORTER AND DEALER IN WINES, Ll
j_ C31301t8 and SEIJANS, No. 161 North Third Street. Phil•
adelphia, would respect:lllly call the attention or howl
keepers and others, to his well selected stock of Wines,
Liquors, and Imported Segare, in store and under Cosa=
COGNAC BRANDIBS.—Of various brands, consisting of
Pale and Dark Martel & Co., Pinot, Hennessy, libiglory.
Otard, Dupuy & Co., and 0 tard 'a superior London Dock, and
various brands of Cognac and other Brandies.
WINES, &c.—Flue old Madeira, Sherry, Teneriffe, and
Lisbon Wines—super old Port Wine, Clarets of different
kinds, on draught or in glass.
CHAMPAGNE.-11eidsick, P. A. Mumm & Co., and Geis•
ler's genuine Anchor Brands, in pints and !Norte.
Together with a general assortment of SuotcL and irbli
Mall Whiskeys, Holland Gin, Jamaica Spirita,Peach Bran
dy, old Bourbon, Monongahela Whiskey, Wild Cherry,
Blackberry Raspberry and Lavender Brandies.
AIM- Superior Wine and Stomach Bittern, [June 4-If
AMOS SEZDEL'S CILEIAP
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SADDLE AND HARNESS
-;•p' c e
EAST PENN STREE T, 118 TWEEN
set i t SEVENTH AND MONTH,
;6 ,, South Side, nearly opposite Fasig's
Berke County House. The only
place - East of the Rail Reed,
` erl ir k taAsetek6aneo9 January 14,1860-tf
CPTURE CAN BE CURED BY A TRUSS
Oi• TOE RIGHT KIND, IF PROPERLY FITTED AS H
DULY ATTENDED TO. This has Teen abundantly de•
monetrated la innumerable instances by the use of tha
AIULTIPEDAL TRUSS of DR. RIGGS, daring the last few
yearn. This truss, being covered with Hard Rubber, Is
perfectly waterproof, may be used in bathing, and is al
ways cleanly as well as indestructible by ordinary adage.
If not satiefactory after a fair trial of sixty days, it may be
returned. It challengee comparison with any truss known.
Dr. RIGGS' Office, No. 2 BARCLAY ST., New-Yolk.
COAL OIL COAL OIL 11
GOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS
a quart, at
OEO. LERCH CO'S,
Corner of Fifth and Penn Square, next door to Borbo!'s
Mansion Howie. Feb
0. AIRES' SHOVELS.
A:MES'. SHOVELS AND SPADES, A
assortment on hand. Apply to
11RESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES. Al'
- i•el) 7] 40 Ige PEOCOCK'S
tah Fifth Wag(
FOR SXLE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 WRITE
Granite Tea Setts of the newest style.
1 0H SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 800 GRANITE
Damer of newest s
t,lOll, SALE Setts
THE OLDty le.
JAIL, 1000 SETS
OR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, TICE LARG
est assortment of Liverpool Ware ever offered In
FOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A LARGE
assortment of Pittsburgh, Boston and Preach Class.
ware of every description.
FOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE CHOIC
ea variety of Bar and Hotel Glass, China and queens.
Ware furniture ever offered In Reading,
FOR SALEAT THE OLD JAIL, 00 BARRELS
Mackerel at Philadelphia
mareh 22 WILLIAM RAGA DS. Jr.
CEO. LEECH & CO'S
VA.—EXTRA FD 4E OOLONG TEA, AT
40 liontb 'FM Wert
901 'Market Street, Philai..lo I,
1000 Dozcn HICKORY SHIRTS.
1000 do. Gray, Red estßßrlge.., 'FLANNEL
1000 Jo. ASSORTED FttigiritYTZRAVELLING
VITHITE Mth , LIN PHIIITS trout
1000 do. 09 % 25 Upwards.
1000 do. DENIM OVERALLS.
10,003 Pairs COTTONADS PANTALOONS
BUSUFACTLISSMI OH THS MINIM% WRI.P/t
And a Large Assortment of LINEN
And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS,
And CiNNTLESIIOI,B FORNESEUNG GOON.
For Sale by
BENNETT, RUCH & CO.,
Manufacturers, 217 Church Alley,
Janl.7-3nko] PHILADELPHIA, l'A
JAMES T. FOSTER,
Care of the Lodi Manufacturing Compeuy,
00 Court!audit Street, New-York
J. L. STICHTER, Ageut, Reading.
J. L. STIGHTER,
Fifth and Penn &maid