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WHAT WAS WANTED
She Lied the new cravat
Which she so kindly made me ;
Then smoothed with care my hat.,
And with her arms delayed me ;
She brushed my I. glossy hair."
And said "it was so curly !"
While going down the stair
She cried, "Come home, dear, early!"
How happy then was I
With all I e'er desired ;
I fortune could defy
While thus I was admired!
We parted at the door—
Her smile deserved a sonnet!
t , Dear love!—but one thing more,
I want—a new spring bonnet!"
Dm Twine ON A Janswr LAwvon_—Our esteem
ed friend, David P. 111613rIen, Esq., of New York,
tells a good note on a Jersey lawyer. The hero
of our sketch, daring the fast hot summer
months, used occasionally to worship at the
shrine of Gamhrinus, (Lager King,) on Broad
way. One sweltering day, he got pretty "mel
low," having moistened his thorax too much with
the German beVerage, and proceeded to navigate
to his law office. ile took Up a substantial look
ing white hat, and with rather puzzled look was
making an attempt to put it on sideways. Of
course it would not fit. lie looked inside, hold
ing it up towards the light, and read aloud
Jonse.Ehooter, Eaq., Attorney at Law, Jersey
(Sol. loq.)-.—"That's my hat—of course it is."
Another attempt was made to put it on side-
Ways—no use; again taken off, and again read,
"Jonas Shooter, Esq., Attorney," &c., &c.
After another trial, and finding it didn't fit,
the gentleman commenced feeling all over his
head, evidently as if to assure himself that no
protuberance had suddenly developed itself.
Having satisfied himself upon that point, he once
more read the address, had another trial and
still sideways. Therthe stood perfectly mysti
fied, but en ides lightened up his face, and he
called the waiter, whom he interrogated thus!
" Can you read writing?"
"Well, will you be good enough to tell me
whose bat that tit?"
Herman took the head case, and having read
"It belongs to Jonas Shooter, Esq., Jersey
"Does it?"—and looking ail around with the
most comical akin the world, exclaimed—" Does
it?—then who it the (hie) deuce am I?"
Mir Tun Wrrneet or On! roars, Saxe, wag
recently invited to a " Tin Wedding," in Jack
son, Michigan—a Tin Wedding being a re-cele
bration of the nuptial vows twelve years after
marriage, as a Silver Wedding is a similar cere
mony twenty-five, and a °olden one fifty yearn
after. Our poet could not go, but sent the fal
lowing graceful substitute :
I count it a lON that I Gould not have been
A guest at your notable wedding of Tin ;
In the circle of friends let me hope to be found,
When the happier wedding of Silver comes round,
Meantime may the joys that your future may win,
Compared to the past be as Silver to Tin.
M.AXING Itoom.—lt was Henry Clay, we think,
who, after he had finished his studies, went to a
certain town with letters of recommendation to
an influential member of the bar, and sought his
advice and influence in establishing himself in
his profession. The encouragement he received
was something like this; "I would be very glad
to render you any assistance in my power, Mr.
Clay, but really there is no room in this place
for another lawyer." Mr. Clay, (if he was the
individual, for it is a long time since we heard
the story), nothing daunted, straightened him-
self and, with the reply, "Then sir, 1 intend to
make room," left the house. The sequel need not
A MOTTLE ntglamm_—Some chap residing in
Ohio had the misfortune to lose his wife, and be
makes the fact known to the community by pub
lishing the following card :
My wife, Ann Math, has allayed ON been
stolen. Whoever returns her will get his head
broke. As for trusting her, anybody can do so
who sees fit, for as I never pay my own debts, it
IS not likely that I will lay awake at nights
thinking about other people's.
Ser .. /8 TEE PRESIDENT a College-graduate?"
Biquired a young lady of not very extensive in—
formation. " Yes," 'aid Quilp, jocosely, "he
took his degree at the Electoral College." " A
Western Institution, I dare say," said the young
lady. "No," said Quilp, "it is a National con
cern ; but it gave us rather a sectional President,
I am sorry to say."—Boston Post.
sir A Manual:lens JUDGE has decided
that a husband may open his wife's letters,•on
the;gmund—so often and eo tersely stated by
Mr. Theophilus Fames, of Cambridge—that
"The husband and wife are one, and the hus
band is that one!"
SALE OF LAND.
1.200,060 .ACRES YARINE LAND
'finiots CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPARY
IS WELL KNOVN THAT THIS CO
Timl3r;ln therein:years since the construction of the
timid, has 'sold' a large number of Farms , to settlers,
who, mostly In a short .time, enjoyed a degree of pros
perity, which Is sufficient evidence of the quality of the
eoll,grnd the facilities for disposing of its produce. The
numerous villages which have sprang up In this abort
date also indicate the aliondaat researoce of the. country
The land is rich PRAIRIE SOIL, often thickly wooded.
Woodland can generally be purchased at short distances
andlowprieturometimes of the Company. The various
kinds of grain are successfully cultivated. Fruit, Grapes,
Ac. f mreur-rtpidly.sud yield abundantly and of superior
ge o ti e-Tiesit-i.kot Is• piobablyAbe best In the
WWI , For the raisingof Cattle there Is no better Country
to lel - fould. Coneldning the infsitcy of the settlemente,
iiiticlibaa Urea - dy bben done for Schools.
The Company oilers teaettlers 'great advantages. The
land in sold—Wood or Prairie, — at from .6 to *l2 per acre,
according to its distance from he Railroad. At the time
of purchase, only the Interest of the purchase money Is re
llama. For thel flue !sera likewise only the interest.
et the card Ofilif fourth year and the three following, each
one-quarter of the capital; thus after the expiration of
Seven years, the whole amount - is paid. On cash Pay
ments a liberal disuitint le allowed. Purchasers are ex
empt from taxes on the land for seven years.
ai/i•- The undersigned In been" appointed agent, and
haring Mtratintilty e ustaleed the land, Is able to give exact
taformallom All communications to be addressed to
. ' - JOHN ENDLICII, Agent,
akiek2l-tf] Heading P. 0., Berks county, Pa.
Daintier City Lots :For Sale.
*I HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT' PRIVATE
ale at inaderalimsten, •
ve Banding Lots hit - Myth Ninth nixed.
Fine Building Lola on the West side of Noss alley, East
of Ninth street.. '''TißNiNNlMln LdfifihOthe west side of North Tenth
9 V What Ntenitciek Bald:lnk Lots an the eset aide of More
9920.110,111111 Q be made easy to purnbasers, the pro
- itillhigioleave two-thirds of the purchase
' ' ' - - birille.pritulees, if secured by Bond and
iddleilindallowpayment to he made in installments
of 10, rardcgloWAgting•unitl Atte . whole debt is ad,
wort that one-Woithe inr#lkaiia zdoney is paid on
dallWestbr therillisil. 'if'. fi • • . ,
- 4ids4aroirlaboreas and Mechanics to se
-.owtelereentas theintentelnthe neighborhood of the Steam
Fargo and Industrial Works; and es it is understood that
alW*EWPOlncif the Junction Railroads will be put up
Plana - taredity bb Nagai any Office, or that
. 41. ieultrunar,l6eipiflomt atteicf . • , '
. k. 4 4:1 ~;.0.31131A811. , 1C1L
WISHIPTQ r . TO BALL OR NIB
Estate, ivitu can 'uponlo l3 4- JACOB C. CIIOBNBR,
iollerCoart Arad. /march 28
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PI - II LA DIAILP 14 TA.
OFFICE, Nos. 133 AND 437 CHESTNUT STREET.
Capital, . . $160,000 00
Terpolual Trendily., - - $010,075 50
Less Five Per Cent. - - 47,148 66
Unexpired Temporary PFE,IIII9IIIP, 190,581 03
Less for the portion of time expir
ed on polices over one year, 19,050 40
—4171,525 G 5
Surplus, - 924,766 11
Statement of the Assets of the Company,
January 1, 1863.
First Mortgagor., amply - 0,993,931 46
Real Estate, tenessut veinal tiF.allY 47) Mt 126,070 77
Temporary Loam. ou ample Colialeral Securities 01,023 77
Stocks, (present value BJr,37u 16) cost • 6 4 , 991 83)
Notes and bills receivable, - • • 1,1149 SO
Catb, - - - 73,312 03
Advance In Value of Real Estate over eost, 9,351 70
Advance In Value of Sunk* over coot, 13,473 66
Total, - •
IV" The may Profits from Premiums which this Com
pany wia divide by law, are diem Maim which hare been
Ea - trace/ram the 177mrter of the Comp. ray.
..But the moneys received as Premium., upon Risks which
remain emletermined, and are out , tandiaa , at tho time of
declaring Rich Dividend, shall not be considered as part of
the profits of said Corporation, or divided as such."
PERPETUAL OR LIMITED INSURANCES
MADE ON &VERT DEFICIUPTION OF I'IIOPXNTT, TX
Town and Country,
ForOvrnerr., Mortgagee,,, Ground Lendloras,te. &c. Rates
as low as are cottsih,teet with security.
LOSSES BY FIRE.
Losses paid daring the year 7 sea, SOO AIS 1) 11
By order of the Board.
CHAS. N. BANCEER, President
Attest—JAS. W. McALLISTER, Secretary pro tem.
CHARLES N. RANCHER, DAVID S. BROWN,
TOBIAS WAONER, ISAAC LEA,
RAM DEL CRAM.. EDWARD (I. DALE,
JACOB R. B)IITH, OEtotOR PALER.
(I E(IGGE W. RICHARDS, ALFRED FITLEII.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President,
' EDWARD C. DALE, tire President,
Joe. W. MeAhmereeSecretary pro tem.
"IT Applicatiune fer . fusnranee, nomlo either pereeeelly
de by latter, Will La nedniptly attended to by
J. LAWRENCE BETE,
April 4-131 Agent for the Con pony, at Reading, Pa.
..114 MC 741 C 'Ar lir_T AEC. AI 9
BUFF AND GREEN HOLLANDS,
BAND BOXES, $1,75 per doz.
Nos. 3 AND 5 PENN SQUAW%
'ETAS OPINED HIS SPRING STOCK OF
I. n ew and larantiful designs of WALL PAYERS,
WINDOW SHADES, As., of the most fashionable mann.
facture, and will hell the same at the very lowest prices.
Kir Next door to the Farmers' Bank, 3 and 5 Penn
Square, Reading, Pa. 11-tf
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
A LARGE STOCK OF
3:10 M .416, X ItT
. ENCLISH CHALLIES 1
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCAS,
BLACK *WOOL DE LAINES,
NW WINE AIL "WIRT
And all kinds of SPRING GOODS, to which the
attention of buyers is respectfully invited.
JOHN S. PEARSON &
No. 18 West Penn Square,
March 28] :READING.
F=t , sl-1/"IF-iii:-/;,Jale0 '4 ,ft a;-:I
• HATS AND CAPS,
iIAT THE OLD.ESTARLISFIED STAND OFA
F. G. 3ET.CCELEIO,
No. 6 West Penn St reet.next door to the
Union Rant °YU-ending,
WHO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM
y Raw - Turk au4 rhilmtelphia the, latest styles of
HATS and CAPS
Adapted to the Season. He has also received a large as
TRUNKS, CARPET SAGS,
VALISE'S UMBRELLAS, .1 - x.,
Cali will be sold at the lowest cash prices. As he pays
Gash for all his goods, he fe enabled to sell them al the low
461 - Three hundred dozen SHAKER HOODS on band,
which will be cold cheap.
A large quantity of the beat quality of BED FEA
THERS received, to which !Le attention of Housekeepers
isrespeetfolly invited. Gall and examine.—No trouble
to show goods. [April 11-tf
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
To Secure an Established Business.
ITAVING OTHER ENGAGEMENTS IN
I I view, I offer far Bale at a GREAT BARGAIN, my
ware, French China, &0.,
• Now in store at No. 50 East Penn Street, be- &•
tween Sixth and Seventh, (one of the beat
elands in the city). Being the only store of the kind in
Seeding, and the stock haying been laid in before the great
rise in prince, this in a good cbance for a person will+ a
small capital ; an I will sell for much less than the N un,
•gooda can be purchased for at wholesale in New-York.
March 14-tf] W. S. HALL.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS,
• CONSISTING IN PART OF
TIBBONS, SILKS, CRAPES AND LACES,
French tel _American Flowers. Also, Ladles' Strew,
5,1 k, Crape and Fancy Bonnets of the latest styles, Misses'
May-Flowers, Monitor Hats, and Infants' Turbans, Men's
and Boys' Braid, Canton, Panama and Leghorn Hats; Palm
and Willow Hoods, Ladies" Bonnets, and Misses' Mat
Pnwnsa, gashee , &&, Ite. Toothee With AVM., nelleld re
quired by the Millinery Trade.
.IWAIi of which are offered at the lowest market prices,
for Cask. • I. S. CUSTER & SON,
No. 611 i North Second Street, above Green,
April 4-411 Philadelphia.
BLINDS & SHADES.
WILLIAMS,J. No. 16 Nona slxTii
B. Street, PLiladelFLia, Manufacturer of
AND WINDOW SLICADEO.
AMP The largest and finest assortment in the city, at th
lowest prime. Blinds Painted and Trithuied ay nal to new
Store Shades made and lettered. (April 4-2,n.
COAL ozz: COAL out::
GOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS
a quart, at
OEO. LERCII CO'S,
Corner of Fifth and Penn Square, next door to Burbon's
Mansion Bong& Feb 7
0. .AXIMES' SUOVELS.
AMES' SHOVELS AND SPADES, A
UP.fnn assortment on hand. Applyt . o
Pak 29-snao3 Fifth And PIIIM Ntreatn.
House Furnishing Goods.
ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE FllR
nishing goods of every variety. For halo cheap by
eb ?A] OEO. LERCH & 00.
- EXTRA LARGE FAT MAOKliniii, AT
Feb 71 40 South Fifth Street.
Cf APSAGO C II EESE.—FOR SA LE AT
April 4 90 South Fifth Street.
- $4,30:3,116 30
- - $2,392,116 39
IMPORTANT TO FLUSEKEEPERS
CABINET = GREAT
FURNITURE C ' INDUCEMENT
North Fifth Street, 3rd Door above the
Old State House
JOHN D. BEETOLETTE,
- HAVING PURCILMI) TILE LARGE AND
Li azeowave sincli. of Cabinet Furniture front B, Herb,-
letto, ho now otfere to the public the largest and most nom
plate assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to the
oiliness of Reading and vicinity.
Ills stock consists of PARLOR, HALL, LIBRARY,
CHAMBER, DINING ROOM and KITCHEN Furniture,
all of his own manufacture, and made in the most work
manlike manner ' and warranted to give c alico natinfactiOn.
Employing none but experienced workmen, he fools confi
dent of success.
TO T 3333 TEAM.
He has constantly on hand a large stock of Walnut, Ma
hogany and Rosewood 'Concert', which have been selected
with much earn. Coach Body, Flowlug, Cabinet, Japan
and Shellac Varnishes; Uudertakern' and Hpholaterern'
heady-made Coffins always an band, and Funerals at
tended to in the city and country at the shortest notice and
on the most roissonable term).
E Duel forget the place.
.1011 N T. BERTOLETTE,
Fifth street, :id deer above the Old State House
Heading. March 30, IS6I-tf.
HARVEY BIRCH BROS.,
C-RZIAT XiX'S'ARAIRT ACIENCV,
No. 63 WEST PENN STREET,
ESTABLISHED BY ENERGY AND PERSEVERANCE.
Pcr An etn3.l Per Annum.
Albion, New-York, iai On'T.attr Reporter, $3 00
Atlantic Monthly, 1 00:1.enllo's Illnat'ed News, 3 00
All the Year Round, 3 Olnl.ettlie's Family Alaga
. .., . - ...
American Agriculturist ] 00! ziue, :3 00
' - ulankwind'sMagarioe, a oidaLoniloo (Incr. Rectair, 0 00
hoc Ton Maga/tine of i " Lancet, 5 410
Fashion, 1.1 0111 " Art Journal, 000
Banker's Magazine 91 T. 5 lio; i • Plumb, 909
• " Loudon. 7 00. Td H ell's VP Living Age, fi 1/0
Braithwaile'sßet respect, i Lit tie Pilgrim, no
oi-ancoal. 2 00 . Loudon World of V.A.
itriiiiiii mitt Foreign Ned- 1 ion, 4IA
iral Review, Quatierly, 0 fia*Norilt Frilisli Ruviowi it 00
Cornhill Magazine, 4 001000011 American " 000
Cultivator, Albany, inn Merry's Museum, 1 00
Country Gentleman, 2 01.1 Once a Week, 4 40
Clianiliws," Edinburg IPorteea Spirit of the
Journal, 2 501 Times, 3'oo
chess Magazine, it 1.10! Palen:M[l'S National 1119,
Pelinw'fi Review, fr 00; gnome, 200
Dollar Newspaper, 1 00ireterso0's Detector, 1 00
Eclectic Magazine, ii 00: Phrenological Joarnal, 1 00
fiEdi nburg 'Review, guar- i Ranking's Abstract, 200
terly, 3 00 Spirit of the Ti ems, New
Colley's Lady . Bonk, 2(e York, 15 00
lia i i'a Journal of Health, 1 110 i ficieutific American, 2 00
Iliatorical litagacifin,2 04 , tiatitrilay livening Post, 2 00
Harpers Manitziva, " 3 11016illiman's Journal, t, 00
II a rpar's Weekly, 2 fitfiTeniple Bar, 4 00
Horticulturist. 2 flicVanity Fair, 2 00
colored plates, 4 001Waier Cure Journal, 100
Hunt's Merchant's Maga- !Weekly Tribune, 200
zine, 5 001*Westreinster Review, 300
Home Journal, 2 00iWailltly Harald, 3 00
Mess, Magazine, e 1,01 Times, Wilken'a Ettilidt of thit
flluct l ed London lifewa
-, 10 001 3 00
Knickerbocker Maga- iWorkillg Former, 1 00
Aine, 3 00iYankee Notiona, 1 25
And many others not en nmerated.
*Mad:wood's Magazine and the four Reviews together,
one year, $lO.
.mg r The NEW -Tetra ilteetr.ll, Toner:in, Thum, Woat,o
red Sc., delivered doily o culiecribere In all parts of ilto
city, et priblisbertt' rate*.
RARVEY MRCS' & EROS
r ITE 188.8.131.521 , 111.5$ Or J. .f. 111.::3:iM.In, wiT.T,
be enutinued by Mrs. S. A. Hessler, deria,,, to— Jou,
band's absence in the Army, at ❑ie old stand, .e. 40 S t... ii
Fifth street, opposite the Po.t Office. A now ak.,ort went of.
Of the latent patterns, together with FIXTURES. fto., bee
jut bean revolved, and will be bald and pat Op II low
prices for cash. [horn 4—Zrao
DOCTOR ..0.. IL. STEVENS.
IS CURING ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
1,,,11, of Ladies-nod Gentlemen_ by a new method in the
use of Electricity alone, without ally medicine, or oven
Board may be had, with treatment, by patients from
abroad, at reasonable rates in tile Doctor'a family.
Int - rgas applying for circulars or further information
will he promptly answered. Office and residence at 1419
BOUM 10114 i.011A1211, PHILADELPHIA, PA., being
in a central as welt as delightful part of the city.
rr Cot this eat fur future reference.
April 11, liej3-3ino
TO THE LADIES.
M3IIE NW' Aft. 4,
GLASS AND aUEEWSWARE.
HAVE NOW OPEN A LIIIGE AND
elegant assortment of the following kinds of
FANCY MINA ARTICLES:
French China Vases, 7 doe. pairs, all sizes, Card Baskets,
Card Receivers, Jewel Boxes, Cologne Bottles, Motto Cof
fees, Watch Holders. inkstands, Cigar Stands. and a variety
of other faney goods snitablo for the What-Not. Also
Bohemian and French Glassware,
Such as Wine Bottles, Bensalem, Goblets and Wine Mammal,
Liquor Setts, Cigar Stands, Card Baskets. Cologne Bottles,
Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cel
lars, Candlesticks, 'rumblers, Sc., and Common G lane
wars of every description i together with au extensive
Consisting to part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet setts,
Tea and Coll ... Cups, 'Manor, breakfastand Sutter Flat.,
Diebee of ail kinds, Pitchers, kluge, ilotrls, &c.. &c., with
a full line of continue ware, all of Which we oiler at unu
sually low prices. An inspection Of our goods by our many
patrons and the puhlic, is respectfully asked.
21. NEFFER Sr SON,
may 24 No. 124, Corner .4' Fifth and Spruce St.
STRICKLAND & BROTHER,
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
23 EAST PENN STREET,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
School, Miscellaneous and Blank
Jam 4101 411C10 MAL Li.W e
ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND
AIM IC orrs4 JIIISTC DOORS,
GOLD PENN, FANCY ARTICLES,
NOTE, LETTER, CAP and
PIE STING PAPER and PAPER. BAGS.
MEP-CHANTS' ACCOUNT 'BOOKS
Made to order,: Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied
with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications,
at catalogue prices.
Aro- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and tilled
promptly at the lowest wholesale prices.
Sir Teachers supplied with Music at the usual discount.
H. 11.—Pookg mad Music ant by mait postage paid, on
receipt of Publishers' l'rieee. Jan IS-tf
The U. S. Revenue Hydrometer,
FOR ASCERTAINING TILE TRUE PER
cock of Alcohol in icspecied liquors, by which the
amount of duty to be paid for Iniornet 'revenue, to celsubt
led. The instrument, with glass jar and beak or table,
and instruction, is packed in a polialiod Mahogany Box
With lock niid l iey. Price $7. :look only to costs.
y TRANSIT 1.E1L1,, ompAsofis, , and
CHAIM, Swine IMAYTItiII 11. n de by
JAN,..:. W. CIUAIIN .°‘
blanufacturing Opticiutid, viii Gbedunt Fit ovt,
Jan al—llma] Philadelphia 1,1
POUDRETTE OF THE LODI MANUFACTURING CO.
rpilE ATTENTION OF FARMERS AND GAR
deutrn in reepectfolly called to the above MANURE.
Owing to the bigh price of Peruvian Onano, Super labor
phew and other fertilizers, this will be found the cheapest
and best manure. For full particulars call on the Agent
for the Company. J. L. STICOTEIL
Feb 2S-3tno] Fifth and Penn Streets.
rrITIE SUBSCRIBER IS AGENT FOR SIESSRS.
Pnponeli Powder in iron !teas, which bee twice the
stiengtli of ordinary powder. Also for Nile Safety Fuse,
best (hot Steel, &e., &. J. STIOIITER,
Feb 28-3ino) Mill and Penn Street.
COAL OIL 1 COAL OIL :
5n BARRELS COAL OIL JUST RECEIVED,
1./warramed equal to any manufactured. Fur sale at
LLn Inweet erbolonitle and retail prices by
Feb 2S] CEO. LEECH & CO.
QRTANS CAN CONSTANTLY NE ITAD AT
LAUER E BREWERY, corner of Third and (Bleat nut.
etreolg. F. LAUER-
Deceit' I,nr 7, IS6l—tf
Garden and Plower Seeds.
FRESII ItliEN AN I) vLowiot sv.nos
from Risley, Slitilor'o. Bloom &Co., Comstock, John
son, and Rabbles 84 Co. Nor sale at PROC4)(11V8,
April 4) 40 South Fifth Street.
- READING SAYINGS B_‘: K.
INCORPORATED MAY 11, 11355.
VA VITAL, $30,000.
Banking _Muse, lilo4 Marla Square, North Side,
7 , )I EPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS
to Ten TllOnEand Dounrs, Ilouey is received on de
posit from 9 A. M. to 3 p, al. ; and ou Wednesday and Sat
urday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. 191.
Interest will he allowed at the into of Five per cent. per
annum, on all Brand remaining on deposit, for one year or
On sums remaining less than a year, interest will be al
lowed at the rate of Four per Gent. per annum.
All the emote of tho Bank and the twtiotiliott prop
erly of lhostookholdert, are liable for the payment of DS
Portions who have money to deposit, are invited to call
at the Banking House for further information.
DAVID YODER, GIDEON SNIDER,
MICHAEL GRUSKS, CONRAD REBER,
PLASM B. LORAL CONRAD Y. BRIDLE&
A. P. BoAa.
President—A. F. BOAS.
CashLte—ADAM LEIS& (der 27—ly
STATE OF PEINICXYLVANIA.
OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND 6 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
North Bide of Wained St., Between Dock and Third Sta.,
rrircoaronasamna IN 1794.
$200.00 1 0.
Properties of the Company, Feb. 1, 1861,
Marine, Fire and Inland Trans, ortution Insurance
HENRY D. SHERRERD, WILLIAM R. WHITE,
EJMEON TORY, GEORGE U. STII2I RT,,
(MAIMS MAGALESTEB, SAMDFJ, GRANT, Jr,, '
WILLIAM S. SMITH. I TOBIAS WAGNER,
30115 R. RUDD. 1 THOMAS B. WATTSON,
HENRY G. FREEMAN, I CHARLES S. LEWIS.
GEORGE C. CARSON,
HENRY b. SHERRERD ? President.
WILLIAM HARPER, Sreretary.
Sill - Applirotiorm for louranco my ho made to WIL
LIAM KEELY, at Howard A Co's. Express Unice.
May 11, 1861-ly
Wrd. B. BRALDBURT'S
No. 427 BlLoollllti STREET, NEW 11 . 01 CK..
MINI: SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY IN
vite urn attention of his friends and the public gen
erally to his Piano• Forte Establigbmoot, itt No. 427 Brw.tre
14troot,.0 0 rnor of Crosby NI root.
laxv in I; *Mal raw,. loin intrrr,d,t,el: and Inafaeinle fora
the lain lino of "Lighle & Brrtilburya," which firm wan
orpONNO/ VW nn the:ilk January, ult., and has
ing purchased the entire stock of PIANO.
FORTES and Pie no-Forte Material. owned
by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in the Raid lirm, he
is now pillared to supply the increased demand for hie
celebrated PIANO.FOKTES Employing the most skillful
and experienced workmen, with a Ittxge *dock of the la.st.
Mod must thoroughly seasoned malarial, and an abundance
of capital, ho has taken in hand the personal RUpnrVildOn
of the whole business of manniketnrlng hie instruments,
mit is enabled to (torn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled lone
BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FROTES
In the arranßoment of our new male, drawn and pre
pared with the ragtag care, exprceply for our new Warn•
ments, we have added every improvement which can In
any way tend to the perfection of the Piano. Forte, and
we can coulidently assert, that for delicacy of tench,
volume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness of tone, combin
ed with that strength and tmildity of frame necessary to
durability, tlemelortromenft are unequalled.
. . . . -
-I , ms:item AND BEAUTY i 6 our moue, and we invite
the cletteet criticism or the bee: unbiased judges in the land.
Every instrument warranted for five yeare
WM. E. itIidDI3URY,
March 427 Broome St., cor. of Croeby, N. T.
% 111;14S1 7 0"
• • AV,I Aw 3;
gr - 4) 4111 L o §4 4 a r
floit ei41 . 011
Beds, Feathers, Blankets, Comfortables
And all other articles belonging to the business.
Feb. 74-] y] ADIOS HILLSORN.
HOWELL et. BOURNE,
CORNER FOURTH SC MARKET Streets, PHILA DELPHIA,
Lace now In stock, a floe variety of
got np expremsly (or their Spring Trade.
WIND° IF PA FKIf OF E VERY GRA DR,
to which they Invite the ettentiun of ;Voir/gapers.
44 — In their Retail Department, will be found the ehoiemt
NI ft ittS of the SAagurl. [Feb. 14-3 mos.
HARDWARE & IRON STORE,
VITZZOLESAL3O AND REMI.Tia
r IHE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING BOUGHT
the old Established Hardware and Iron Store of the
late nicker, Stevenson & Co., and having added a large
new Stock of goods; would respectfully call the attention
of the public to their large assortment of
IRON, STEEL, PAINTS,
OILS, OLASS, SADDLERY,
GOAOR TRIXAIINGS, &c., &c.,
Which they are determined to cell at the very lowest Mar
ket Prices, wholesale and retail.
GEORGE LERCH & CO.,
Corner of Fifth and Market Square, nest door to Borbon's
Mansion House. (Eislmte Oldßtau.l).
GEORGE LERCH.] jae IS [J. T. JACKSON.
XIC-Ji; AIL INCIIICAKT
Cane-Seat Chair Manufactory,
No. 15 North Fifth Street, 5 doors above
the Post. Office.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
I respectfully inform his friends and the
'albite, th a t he DIM line the lergeet
`-A I <PP..; ' ever offered in Reading, and for neatness
,tlll, 1 0 of Habib. and drsability of workmanship,
._-."'iti,. -41 - unsurpassed by any. Handsome rmen.tyle
g ke • 4 l4l Parlor Choirs, Dining-room, Chan:ll4 , r
--- and hocking Chairs, ell sizes; aloe wi im.
Marble Top Tables, Burearia,
Sea f;htenalilr:: Looking&e ke. (31"i'e'' '
1). 11. BEADSMAN.
COAL, WOOD, SALT,
Corner of Penn end Front Streets, Reading,
spAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 4iND SELLS
at restsonable prices, all kinds of Broken, Egg and
tore Coal; Rat, Chestnut and Bituminous Coal, Salt, Janie
Kr: Persons in want of anything in my line, will find It
to their alvantage - to give =ea call before purchasing else
where. I deliver free of extra charge to any part of the
city. [oct 6-If
Watches, Jewelry & Silver-ware.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
irlsarectfully invite your ?ttention to hie Well relented
stock of Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES, Fine
Gold JEWELRY of every kind and variety of
tayies—compriging all of the wet,-,1 nod moat beautiful
AIso—SOLID SILVER-WARE, ritual to Coin—and the
befit make of Silver Plated Ware. Each article is war
ranted . Le as I,preaawkl.
E ---- ' Watches seed Jewelry carefully repair,/ and male
JACOB HARLF.Y .
(Surrarror to Stauffer AI ilarl,i)
Lurch 7-3 ml .N, . t.V. MArkirt Surest, Philad4.lplila.
CARPLTA and OIL CLOTHS.
UOUGD, Jr., WOULD RESPECTFULLY
invite the attention of Merchants and Housekeepers,
to his large and well aseorted stock, eel:misting of all
rt. X= l .1111 %LI Glr ,
English Tapextry Brussels, Three Fly, Ingrain, Entry awl
OIL CLOTHS and WINDOW SHADES In great variety,
Door Male, Nags, Rag Carpets, Sm., all of which will be
sold at the very lowest market prices.
PIIINEAS HOUGH, Jr.,
. _ ,
No. LOS North S_acond Strut. above Noble. Branch
Store, Soeth-Weet Career of Eighth and Spring Garden
Simms, Philadelphia, , [March 7-3 mo
T. J. McGUIGAN,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
THREADS, TAPES, HOSIERY,
2VLAMCZCES AND BLACE.INCh
No. STItAWIIMILFtV ETRERit,
PII LA DELYII lA. [March 7-3 m
OIL CLOTIIS 1 OIL alarm::
anAi I LARGEST ASSOIiTNIEN T CALL
tlat.., 'Pablo and 011 MAIM the City. Call
Feb 29 OM LERCH & CO'S.
N EW HAUS, "SHOULDERS AND BEEF, AT
Feb 7] 40 South Fifth Street,
HELMBOL WS GENUINE PRE PARA TION
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS,
GRAVEL and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine inct eases the power of Digestion, and ex
cites the Abeorbente into healthy action, by which the
Watery Of cal Careens der - mittens, and all Unnatural En
largements are redact:lt, se well an 'rain and Iniammation,
Is Good For
INLEN. VPODZEIN OR OMILDRZIIO 1
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCRU,
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indis
cretion or Abase, attended with the following symptonisi
Indisposition to Exertion, LON of Power,
Loss of Memory, Dithenity of Breathing,
Weak Nerve.. Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wskefaluese,
'Hotness of Vision,u In the Huck.
Universal Lassitude of the Flushing Mu
of the Body,
Kraptioun of the Skin.
Dryness or the Skin,
These symptoms. if 'allowed to go on, wbicb thin medi
cine invariably remodea, soon follows
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY,. EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the Patient may Expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently followed by
those" direful dieeaties,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their eafferiog,
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS,
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS
AND THE MELANCHOLY DEATHS BY CON-
Bear ample wftoeas to tbe !Oath of the
The Constitution, once affected with organic
Requires the aid of medicine to Strengthen and Inrigors
ate the System
WHICH RELIVIBOLDE EXTRACT EIICHIT
A trial will convince the most skeptical
Old or Young, Single, Married, or Contemplating Marriage,
In many Affections peculiar to Females,
THE EXTRACT BUCRU
in unequallod by any other remedy, ae in Chlorosia or
Retention, Irregularity, painfulness, or Suppression of
Clue'Winery Evacuations, Merated or Scirrhous state of the
Uterue, Leueorrhcea or Whiten. Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to the sex, whether arising from India—
oration, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
TARE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UNPLEASANT MEDI
CINR NOR UNPLEASANT AND DANORROUS DISEASES.
RELMBOLD'B EXTRACT iIIICIIU
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
In all thole !lbws. At little Expense,
Little or no dump In Diet, No inconvenience,
AND NO BXPOSONE.
It canoes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate
thereby removing obstructions,
Preventing and Caring Strictures of the
Allaying Pain azadjudwurnation, go freque n t in the elan of
dioeanes, and expelling all fOiBo7lot4B Diaaarea and ',Our/t
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS
Who how been tha Victim of Quacks, and who have paid
heavy fees to be cured in a short time, have found they
were deceived, and that the "Poison" has, by the nee of
•`piotser/ul astringents," been dried up In the system, to
break out in an aggravated form, and
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE
Use Helaibold's Extract Dacha for all affection and dis
mal= at the
MALE OR. FEMALE,
From whatever came originating and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING
Diseases of Organs require the aid of a Diuretic
RELMISOLD'S EXTRACT BUM
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And is sure to have the desired effect In all diseases
FOR WHICH IT IS ItSCOMMENDED
Evidence of the most reliable and responsible cluzracter
will accompany the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OF CURE'S,
Prom 8 to 20 years' standing,
V7lth names known to
SCIENCE AND FAME
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE,
SIX FOR $5.00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from any ob
Describe symptoms in all Communications.
CURES GUARANTEED I
ADVICE CI RAT IS !
Pereonally appeared before me. an Alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, 11. T. llel mbold, who being duly sworn
doth say, hie preparation. contain no narcotic, nor mercu
ry, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vegetable.
H. T. HIiI.MI3OI.D.
Sworn, and stabseribed before me, this 23,1 day of Novem•
WM. P. ITIBBISRD, Alderman,
Ninth street, above Race, Plata
Address loiters for information in confidence to
li. B. HELMBOLD, Chem*,
Depot. 104 South Tenth Street.
below Chestnut, Phila., Pa
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
And Unprincipled Dealers,
Who endeavor to dispose "of their owu" and "other
articles on the reputation attained by
lislmbold's (koalas Preparations,
" Extract Bubo,
" Improved iloseWaeb.
Fula by all Druggists everywhere.
Ask for lIIMMBOLD'S. Take uo ether.
Cut out theadvertlvernent, andarood for It, AND AVOID
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
THE STANDARD MANURE,
UnAualled by any other in the market ; always
THE SAME IN QUALITY,
And invariably to be relied en as a MANURE of
Price $472 per 2000 lbs.
Our SUPER rIIOFPIIATE or LIME is uniform in
its chemical constituents, and can always be de—
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
Packed in good strong bags, 159 lbs. each
$3O per 2000 lbs.
We believe it to be the best and cheapest Manure in use
11111- IILT A_ MT 411:1111 •
PERUVIAN—No.I Government, received direct front the
Peruvian Government, at lowest market rates.
ICH A BOE—A very superior article, received direct from
$lB per 2000 lbs.
PACIFIC OCEAN—A small corm) of "oie/ faithioned"
geuoine, packed in bags, very dry, and strong.
$6O per 2000 lbs.
PLAWPER—Ground Fleeter, a superior article, packed
in good barrel.
BONES —Hutton Makers' Bone Bast and Ground Bones
E:ir A liberal deduction made to Den hrs. on the atuve
ALLEN Fc NEEDLES,
4 - 2. South Wharves and 41 :loud. Wraer' gite.6
(SIRMT STORE ABOVE: Cori MUT.)
We sell no articles but suck as we Can safely re
commend. parch 14-3 mo
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
MELZEILIir DYE COLORS,
TOR DEYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED
Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bon
nets, Dam, Featbers; Rid Gloves, Ctritaren's Clothlok, and
all kind. of Wearing apparel with perfect fast colors. Fall
diuctions inside each package.
.EL Saving of 80 per cent.
These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentra
ted, are thoroughly tested, and put np in neat packages,
expressly for family use. For twenty-live cents yon can
color as many goods as soold othilreolo4 cost five times
that solo. The process ie simple, and any one can nee the
Dyes with perfect success. Directions inside.
Manufactured by HOWE & STEVENS, 260 Broadway,
Boston. Price per package 25 and 15 cents.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers In every city and town.
apail 11, 1563-smos
F. C. LIGHTF. & Co.
(LATH LIGHTS & BRADBIIIIY9)
421 Broome Street, New Work,
2d Block East of Broadway.
MR. F. C. LIGHTS, THE ORIGINAL
founder of Ws well-known Establishment, Senior
Partner, and only Practical Piano -Porte Maker of the late
firm of "Lights & Bradburys," having retained hie Two.
Thirds interest in the whole business. stock, materials, &c.,
and Bole Proprietorship in his Valuzblv /Wants, inotosivii
of his celebrated PATENT INSULATED IKON FRAMES,
le the only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANO
FORTES for which this house has been so popular- ARP-All
infringements on his rights will be prosecuted according to
/Or All Piano-Fortes from tbis manufactory are warrant
ed perfect in every reeved for five years. Liberal terms to
Dealers. K C. LIGHTS & CO.,
April 11,-km] 421 Broome Street, New-York
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
No. 904 Market Street, Philadelphia.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CA LL TOUR
atteullon to our Large Stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
now on band DEADY MADE, embraeleg every variety of
Style and Material suitable for the season.
• • -
We have also on hand a full asoiortinant of SPRING
GOODS adapted to and BOYS' WEAR, and would
invite yonr early attention thereto.
These Goods have been purchased for CASII and will be
told at a small advance for CASH.
attaalloa paid to all manna, as an to lamina
satisfaction to the purchaser, .
E. MATLACK, Ake.
AN Market Street, Philadelphia
Arch Street CARPET Warehouse,
No. 832 ARCH STREET, two doors
below NINTH, south side,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED
for SPRING TRADE a well aelected stock of Engßab
40 -A. R. Z" M• sr XIV 4:31- ,
Embracing all the new *tyke of the beet makes—bought
previous to the late advance for Cash, and will be sold at
Velvets, Brussels, Three-Pigs, Ingrains and Venetian
CA RPETlNOS,—with.a large stock
Oil 'Cloths, Druggets, Iffattings, &a.
Persona who are about furnishing, are requested to make
an examination of the above goode previous to making
their selections, as such inducements will be held out as
cannot fail to please. •
March 21-3m] 832 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
140,000 BARRELS OF TUE
.LODI MANUFACTURING CO'S
.1 3 °4110111K_T.I.J. NEW 3Fl7.27llC`rillrllM.
130 South Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa.
THIS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF
$150,500, the most extensive Works of the kind in the
world, and an experience in manufacturing of over 23
years, with a reputation long established, having also the
exclusive control of all the night eon of the great city of
New•lrork, are prepared to furnish au article, which is,
without doubt, the CARAPEST AND VARY BUT fertilizer in
market. It greatly leereamm the yield, and ripens dm crop
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 TAPER, being a mixture of bone
and night soil ground flue, at $45 per ton—a superior arti
cle for grain and grass. A pamphlet containing all neces
sary information, may be bad free by addressing a letter
to the subscriber,
JAMES T. FOSTER,
Care of the Lodi Manufacturing Company,
60 Coartlandt Street, New• York.
Feb 7-3m] J. L. STICHTER, Agent, Reading.
MEAT AND BOND COMPOST 1
r HE ATTENTION OF FARMERS AND
.1 others, is respectfully invited to the above MANURES,
which have been amply tested in various sections of the
conntry, and which as a means of affording stimulant, and
nourishment to the Grousing Crops, arO now generally
conceded to be amonfahe beet and cheapest in the market.
We have been obliged, rather than deteriorate the arti
cles, to advance the prices, in consequence of the increased
coat of materials and labor, to the following rates:
PHOSPHATIC FERT/LIZER, bJS 00 per ten.
MEAT AND BONE CORTINA', • • $27 00 do
TAMER A CLARK,
South-West Corner of Sth and Washington Sta., Phila.
Ala' For sale by J 011.21 Idol/NIGHT, Reading, Pa.
March 7,1663-3 MO
PRINCE & CO'S.,
world Renowned Melodeons and
WITH THE LATEST PATENTED
ORlllimprovementAintroducing the Basso tenuto
with the effect of Pedal ham on the cheapest
Inetrtmente—from $4O 10 *l4O.
EARNEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED
311 E A 11... MIT lUD ~.. 9
7 - nod 7r, Octaves, fall Iron frame, overetranir, email and
large sizes, plain and very riahly Mahe& from gam to
$lOO. atcording to style. Also, Pianos by other waken!.
Q, Every histrotneut Warranted . For sale at the low
cat wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction ter Cash, or
on email and convenient monthly instalments.
JAMES BELLAg, Sole Agent,
279 and 281 South Fifth Street, aboveSproce,
Doe 6-6mo] . Philadelphia
SOLE AGENT FOR. BECKER'S CELEBRAT,.
ed Eye Salve, Wright's Indian Vegetable Ms, Bran
dreth's gte., by
Feb 21-31a0 L. MOST=
T83:1 aRBAT itnrazny
iCOI 4 6TWX"I r3 V - Cr I3O ZT
ONLY KNOWN REAIEDy
AND DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
These Dangerous and Troublesome Dtseases, with* tn..
thaajar Resisted the best directed Treatment, cant',
Completely Controlled blithe REMEDYnoso Wore u.s!
propertiAS of the medicine direct themselves to the organs of
secretion, and by so altering the condition of the stomach
and liver that the starchy principle of the food is not con.
vetted into sugar no long as the system Is under the In.
flnence of the
CONSTITUTION TVA TEE,
...Mole Ova those organs time to recover their beeltby (use
and vigor. We are able to state that the aceetitatlno Wt.
ter bas cured every case of Diabetes In Which It has been
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL,
BRICK DUST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OR
MILKYDISC NA TING HARGES AFTER
Direage occurrlog from rose and the nem Mara will be
entirely cured by the Conotitution Water, if taken for nay
length of time. The does should vary with the covertly of
the diemme. from twenty drape to a teaspoonfal three times
a day. in water. Daring the paeeage of the Calealoe, the
pain and urgent symptoms should be combated with the
proper remedies, thee followed op with the Conaitohoo
Water, as above directed,
DINNENONRIICRA, OR PAINFUL MENSTRUATILY,
AND IN NENORDBAG
N IA 012 PROFUSE
Rob diseases arming from a faulty necretion or the taus
atonal field—in the one cane being too little, and atom•
panted by Revere pain ; and the other a too profuse Rolls
Con, which will be speedily cora& by the Constiletish
The Mame known an PALLING OF TUB WOMB, which
is the relaxation of the ligaments of that organ, and ix
known by a sense of heavineas and dragging pains in tbe
back and sides, and at times accompanied by sharp 'Rein
acing or shooting pains through the parte, will, iu all rs•
oo s, rehloVeli by the medielne_
There is another class of symptom arising , from lk
TATION OF TUB WOMB, which physicians cull Bernell,•
nese, which word govern up much ignorance, and iu eine
cases ont of ten the doctor does not really know whether
the symptoms are the dlaeaee, or tho disease the eylophon,
We can only enninerole them here. 1 xpesk more panto!.
laity of Cold Feet, Palpitation of the Heart, lmpsind
Memory, Wakefulness, Fla , heit of Heat, Languor, Las,l
- and Dimness of Vision.
Which in the unmarried female is a. constant ncorrise
disease, and through neglect the seeds of ino, r,,ve sod
dangerous maladies are the result: and as month after
Moroi] rangers without an effort being made to asalet nslure
the aurpreeetou become§ ehreete, the patient ruluelly
looses her ,appetite, the bowels are constipated, mild
sweats come on, and consumption finally ends her career
LEUCOREME.4 OR WHITES.
This disease depends upon an inflammation of means
lining of the vagina and womb. It la In all caner aceon.
panted by severe pain in the back, aerobe the bowels nee
through the hips. A teeeponnfel of the medicine may be
taken three limes a day, with an injection era m1)144(1011.
fel of the medicine, mixed with a half pint of soft water
morning and evening.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF TEE KIDNEYS. AND
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER, STRAN
GURY AND BURNING OR PAIN.
. FUL URINATING.
For these diseases it IR truly a sovereign remedy, and to
much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose bus bees
known to relieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small
of the back and through the bipo? A teaspoonful a day of
Constitution Ntater will relieve you like magic.
It hoe no equal in relieving the most distressing symp.
tome. Mao, Headache, Heartburn, Acid Stomach. Vomit.
log Food, Ike. Take a teaspoonful after dinner. The dope
in all cases may be increased if desired, bat should be
- - • -
Dave long flue gjeep up the pee of beam, eubebs and
juniper to the treatment of tbeee Comm., and opty uoa
em for want of a better remedy.
Eke proved itself equal to the task that hae devolved
Irrßata and drench the killavo, sadby t
cops.dn_ Mil soon
lead to chronic dettonerattou cud continued dimes..
FrrITOIWW!TTFT , 7I
Dr. Wm. H. Gonna -Dear Sir: In February, ISdI, I
was afflicted with the sugar diabetes, and for five months
I peened more than two gallons of water in twenty-tur
hours. I was obliged to gat op al 91:100 en ten 9r IWO va
times daring the night, and In live months I lose about fly
pounds in weight. During the month of July, ISM, I pro.
cured two bottles of Constitution Water, and is two days
after using it I experienced relief, and after taking two bot
tles I was entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual
good health. Yount truly.
J. V, L. DE WITT.
DOMON COMM, N-Ir., Dee. 27,1861.
Wm. H. Ganno &
Gents freely give you liberty to make use of the
following Certificate of the value of CONKTITUTION Wsyss,
which I can recommend in the highest manner.
My wife, who was attacked with patty in the sboulders,
wbole length of the back, and to her limbo, with Pal Oa.
ttun of tho Heart, encoded with AMIN/ of the Mo.,t,
DysMenorrima, and Irritation of the nimbler. 1 celled n
physician, who attended her about three months, when he
left her worse than be found her. I then employed one of
the best physicians I could find, who attended her forabota
nine months, and while she was under his care ohs did not
duffer quite an muck pain ; n ehly,
A gave her ny and
said 7 • (ter case was Incurable." For, said he, "cite 4.,0
such a combination of complaints, that medicine ifttyn
for one operant against some other of her itiOlcullbx.."
About this time, she commenced the use of Constitution
Water, and to our utter astonishment, almost the first doss
seemed to have the desired effect, and she kept on improv
ing rapidly under its treatment, and now Anperinieuds en
tirely her domestic affairs, She ham not taken any of tho
Constitution Water for anent roar weeks, and we are happy
to say it has produced a permanent cure.
Wit H. VAN BENSCHOTEN.
Dr. Wu. U. Ormaq
Dear Intve for aoyorol yeandmon WINO with
that tronbleaome and dangerous disease—Gravel—wenn
resisted all remedies and doctors, until I took Constitution
Water, and you may be assured that I was exceedingly
pleased with the result. It has entirely cured me, and ,gym
may maim any use of my name you may see lit in regent
to the medicine, an I have entire conftdenoa in its eines cv.
Years truly, • POND STRONG:
THESE ARE PACTS RHO UCH.
There is no clam of diseases that produce ouch exhaust
leg effects upon the human constitution as Diabetes and
Diseases of the Kidney., Bladder and Urinary Passages,
and through felon modesty they are neglected until tiny
are so adonnood go 0 In Ileyoad the 996891 of-ordinary
remedies, and we present the
To the public with the conviction that it has no equal In
relieving the class of diseases for which it has been found
so eminently successful in curing and we trust that us
shall be rewarded for our efforts in placing so valuable a
remedy In a form to meet the requirements of patient and
FOR BALE BY ALL DittrOGIBTS, PRICE 61,
WM. H. GREGG dt CO., Proprietors.
Morgan & Allen, General Agents, No. 46 Cliff Streit,
New-York. (Nov. 20 1062-Iy.
For Rata; Mee, Beaches, Ants, Bed Huge,
Moths isa Pear., Woollens, ar,o, Insects o o
Plante, Fowls., Animals, ifse. Pat up re Ala
500., and $1 00 Boxes, kottleffl, and Plaid% $3 arid $5 and
for HOTELS, PUBLIC lESTITIITIONP,
"Only infallible remedies koomn."
"Free from Pigeons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
Rata coma oat of their holes to die) ,
tidr• Bold Wholesale lu ell large elite%
Aur Sold by all DarraGlSTs and RNTAILERA everywhere.
AC;-!!! iinwARE Ill" of all worthless imitations.
Air- See that " COSTAR'S" name in On each Box, Bottle,
and Fbmk, before yon buy.
.111$f - Address HENRY R. COSTAR,
SIP PRINCIPAL ORPOT 481 HIIO/11W/V, N. Pi.
in" Sold by—HARVEY BIRCH di Co., Who Joule sod
Retail: S.S.Srsvaxs, 93 East Penn street ; above the ltaib
road; J. K. idaCtrxDr; B. P. HUNTER & Co. , READING, PA.
January 17, 1563-Imo
.r 47.705 ISEZDEL'a cgs"
WHOLBSALB AND RETAIL
SADDLE AND HARNESS
scr . o. _ EAST PENN STREET, BETwczu
4 4 11.1 SEVENTH AND Eruirrir,
scputu bide, nearly opposi ka Out lei
; • Berke County House, The only
place But of the Bail Road,
otolgoichkelf. January 14,1800-tf
FOR BALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 IMP;
Granite Tea Setts of the neWest. style.
LIOR SALE AT THE OLDJAIL, 300 GRANITE
ju Pinner Setts of the fleetest style.
LIOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 1000 SETS
ju Common Teaware.
IOR MALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LOG"
12 yet assortment of Liverpool Ware ever Gliffdli
- INA SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A LA6O 6
J 2 assortment of Pittsburgh, Bolton and Freucb Cin
ware of ever description. ,
FOR BALE AT Tilt OLD JAIL, THE env ie '
est variety of Bar and Hotel Claes, Mans and tlervko`
ware furniture ever offered in Heading.
FOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 60 BARBELS
Mackerel at Philadelphia Woes.
march 29 WILLIAM RHO ADS. Jr.
rrEA._-EXT RA ME OOLONG TEA, AT
ieb 71 40 South Fifth Srrept.
EEF TON U E S.—FREE SUGAR GU It F.
Tooguee, for sale at PXOCIC
limb 14) 40 South Put!. Suva.
DexvILLE, Pa. : , Jane 2, 1862,
MILFORD, Coax., Nov. 19,1591