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

_BBT Valuation of Berks County.—The fol lowing ia a statement of the valuation of real and personal property in Berks county gnbjeot to taxation for State purposes, as fixed by the Board of Revenue Commissioners, now in session at Harrisburg: Amount of property subject to a tax of three mills, ... . . $22,769,886 Amount of property subject to a tax of one percent., - ... 148,780 Amount of property enbjeC$toataxoftwo percent., ... . 1 | 80o Aggregate, ' ... . $22,920,466 Tax on watches, ... . $181 25

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

t_^ _Babm BtffcsBtv—The barn upon Nicholas Yost s farm, in Camra township, was destroyed by fire on Wednesday evening of last week. The farm Is now tenanted by Hr. Hornberger, who suffered serious loss by the fire. The whole contents of the barn, including many agricultural implements, a threshing machine, and nine cows and calves, were burned. The horses were, fortunately, brought ont of their stalls, but iu the _conrooioa caused b y the lire, ran away, and were not recovered for several days. It is strongly suspected that the barn was set on fire. It waB Insured In tbe Sinking Spring Mutual Company, bnt the content*, which belonged to Mr. Hornberger, were un-Ininrnd. _J_0" This Democratic City Club has held two large and eplritod _meetlngg since our last issue. The meeting, last Saturday evnuiag was addressed by Mes_<ir». J. B. liechtel, John Ualston, J. Lawrence Gotz, J. Hagentnan, J. K. McKemy, and Hon S. E _Ancona. Mr. Ancona presented to the Club a large Card ...

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

t£3F* Benevolent Society Collections.—Col lections were made on Sunday last, in the following Churches, in response to the call of the Lady Managers of the Benevolent Society, in aid of the Poor of this city: Firsr German Reformed _Cimrch, $67 67 St. Paul's Catholic Church, 20 05 Second German Reformed Church, 18 00 St. Johu's German Lutheran Church, 29 TO Evangelical Church, Sth street, 6 77 African M. E. Church. 75 Washington Street Presbyterian Cbuicb, 1 05 Evangelical Mission Church, 3 57 J. L. STICHTER_, Treasurer.

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

_Abolition Stats Convemwok.—The Aboli tion-Republican State Committee met at Harrisburg on Wednesday, and adopted a call for a State Convention to be held at Pittsburgh on the 15th of July, to nominate candidates for Governor and Judge of the Supreme Court. The Committee also paBBed a resolution recommending the organization of a "Union League" in each Legislative District.

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

f_€_9» Carpenters on a Strike —The journeymen house-carpenters of this city are on a strike for higher wages. They paraded the streets Iaet Monday, headed by a bond of music. They ask an- advance 6f 25 _pef _cSnl., which, to those receiving $1 25 a day (the uBoal wages), would increase their pay to $1 66. The employers, we learn, are willing to give $1 SO, so that the difference between them is not very great. The strike, however, continues, with a few exceptions. A meeting of the boss carpettUn la lo be held this evening, at Eben' g Citv Hall

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

Senator Clyxkr's Sfkkch.—We shall publish next week, the able and fearless speech of Hon. Hibstkr Clyhkr, in the State Senate, on the resolution tendering the use of the Senate Chamber to Andy Johnson, of Tennessee, and Ex-Senator Wright, of Indiana, for the purpose of lecturing the people of JSarruburg on their duty t.n _thn Administration.

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

Tn* Freedom of the Press !—Within a short time four newspaper _offioes located respectively in Kansas, Iowa, Illinois and Ohio, have been destroyed by nigger-head mobs. The atrocities of the French Revolution recoiled with terrible effect upon the heads of those who initiated them; and so it will be, before long, with tho3e infamous mobs. Violence always begets violence.

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

HANGING IN READING! A LTHOUGH THE WAR IS SAID TO HAVE i\ decreased crime In onr citiesstill _ttere will be hung in Beading this Spring, a large lot of Wall Paper and Window Shades, Which will come from tbe old Stand, S and 3 Penn Square, next Farmers' Bank, Beading. March 21-3mo GEO. CHRISMAN.

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

Look out for Him!—Death is constantly stealing around us in the garb of pulmonic disease, colds, coughs, sore throats, etc. A box of Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers will cure a cold, cough, &c; 25 cents ft box, at Bjrch and Brother's.

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

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE IlAHHiSBUtta, Thursday, March 12. Sen at*.—Mr. Clymer presented petitions from Berks county, for the passage of a law prohibiting the immigration of blacks and _mulaitoea. On motion of the same Senator, the further sup plement to the act incorporating the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Berks county, was taken up and passed. The bill to release the Wyoming Canal Company from the payment, of about $8,000 due the State, was debated, and finally passed. Adjourned. House.—Mr. Beck moved to reconsider the vote of yesterday by which the bill relative to tonnage duties on railroads was passed. The motion wan agreed to—yeas 52, nays 43. Mr. Vincentthen propo§ed a substitute for the whole bill, taxing equally the tonnage of all railroads in the State; to which Mr. Rex offered an amendment, directing the Attorney General forthwith to bring suit against the Pennsylvania ftiilroad Company for the recovery of the amount of tonnage duties due to the State at the ...

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

<Hr BOYS' CLOTHING* UNI Oar assortment in tub brancb is now very large ana fall, of all sizes, prices and qualities. Our long experience la this branch, has enabled ns to get up ail the different slzee and proportions that will fit Boys of all ages from 8 years up, to which we would invite the particular attention of _pxrents and othera, at oar old stand, Corner of Sixth and Penn Street_* Beading. March 7] JAMESON X _COMFAHT. ZTOTXCB. THE PARTNERSHIP EX18TING HERETOfore between J.TITLOW & CO., was _dissolved by mutual consent and agreement, on tbe 12cb day of February lust. All persons who have booome Indebted to tbe Baid firm since the 1st of September last, are to make payment to -mith P. Ubil, and those who are indebted to said firm before the 1st of September last, are to make payment to John Titiow. Persons having claim" against the said firm, contracted since the first of last September, are to present them for payment to 8mith P. TJbll, and those bftTifig e...

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

For tht Heading Game and Democrat A CORRECTION. Beading, March 14,1863. Mr. Gefz :—As guarded as I generally heretofore have been in making charges against & poliucal-_^opponent_, I unreservedly acknowledge that I have in a measure done wrong (but not wilfully; to Mr. _Ashmun, in accusing him with being the author of the " Extract" published in the-Gazette of Feb. 21, and republished this morning. But to explain. On Monday last, I visited a neighboring county and returned home this morning. Whilst sway, a letter from my absent friend (who had furnished me with the "Extracts" of the speeches of Messrs. Delano and Ashmun) arrived—it was on last Thnrsdayin which he states, that on the lOih insu he ac culentally met with the Gazette of the 21st February, containing the "Extract" already alluded to, in which he discovered an error—not an intentional one on his part—and writes me " to hasten and have it corrected." My friend is in the habit of copying extracts from speeches on...

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

"A _ainile wa« on bar lip—health waa in her _Iwk, strongth was in her step, and in her hands—Plantation Bitters." S-T-1860-X. A few bottles of Plantation Bitters Will care Nervoas Headache. " Cold Extremities and Feverish _Llpa. " Soar Stomacb and Fetid Breath. " Flatulency and Indigestion. " _Nsrvou» AU' actiong. " _Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath. " l'aiii over the Eyes. " Mental Despondency. " _Prostration; Groat Weakness. . " Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, &c. Which are the evidences of L1VBK COMPLAINT AND _DYSPEPSIA. It 18estimated that seren-teataa of all adult _oilments proceed from a diseased and torpid Uvw. The biliary secretions of the liver overflowing Into the stomach poison the entire system and exhibit th« above symptoms. After long research, we are able to present the most remarkable cars for these horrid _uightmare diseases, the world has ent produced, Within oB? year over six hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the Plantation Bitters, and...

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

SHERIFF'S 8A&BS _OF»EEAL ESTATE T>_Y _VIR_.TUE OF SUNDRY W1UTS OF LED «ar< Facias, Venditioni _Exjjmuxs and Fieri Facias, issned-ojjt of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks couuty, and to me directed, will be sold at Public Vendue or outciy, to frit; On Saturday, the 4th dny of April, A. D., 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public house of Feather & Beifsnyder. (Keystone) in the City of Heading, Berks coun-Mty, to wit: AH that certain BRICK DWELLING HODSE and southern moiety or half-part of a lot o( ground, situate on the western aide of Fifth street, in Baid City of Heading, and numbered in the general plan ol tbe town, (No. 27») bounded as follow, to wit: On the East side by Fifth street aforesaid, on the South by J. B. Hicks.vformerly Geo. Briner,) on the West by a 20 feet Alley, and on the North by liobert Packer; containing in breadth .North aud _youth 30 feet, and in length from East to We»t 230 feet, more or less. Sold as the property of S1...

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

Orphans' Court Sale T>URSUAKT TO AN ORDER (IF THE ORjt PU AXS' COURT of Berks county, will he sold at public vcDdae, ou _Saturday, tbe 13th day of _Apiil, A. O, }j>ti3_, ou the premises, in Upper Bern township, Berks county, tUefoUowiim i'._eal _Estate ton-it: Ho, 2 —A tract ot _WUUPLAND, uituate in said townj_^_gt sh ip, Berks connty, beginning at * s;o&e a comer _4KJMbof No. I, thence along tlie name North two degrees, _Wjyj%_Weat eighty-one perches and two tenths to aatoue, -..-»_kT_. thence along land of Oeorge Schoch. North eightyniue degrees. East ten perches toa.stoue, thence along Wo. 3 South two degreesEast ninety eight perchos and seventontbs to a stone, thence along laud of Pijiiip Kline, North thirty _degreas, _Weut tu'nuty-onB perches to the place of beginning; _containing 5 acres and 85 percl]eg more or Urn A Is.), No a—A tract or piece of WOODLAND, situate in said township and county, _beKinniDg at a corner of No 2, thonce along the same _A...

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

SHERIFF'S SAAB OF REAL ESTATE. T)Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VENDITIONI J3 Exponas, Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks connty, and to me directed, will be sold at public vendne or ont-cry_, to wit: Oo Friday, the 10th day of April, A. D., 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public house of Feather & Keifsay der, (Keystone) in the City of Keadinif, Berks connty, to wit: All that certain three-story BRICK DWELLING MHOUS E and two-story back Buildings attached, and ft two-Story Brick Building, (now occupied as a Drug Store) large Stone Stable, good threshing floor, twostory Brick Carriage Bouse, (nearly new) with a room above, and lot or piece of ground, situate on the south-side of Penn street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. In the City of _Beading, Berks connty, it being part of lot No. 14 and 13, in the said city, bounded on the North by Penn street, on the Kast by property occupied by Oeorge SI Lanman, on the South by Cherry alley, on the West by property of late ...

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

WAR NEWS! ?&0M GEN. HOOKER'S ARMY. rlULRY DASH ACKOSS THE BAP-1 _PAHANN0CK. A Series of Conflicts anfi Victories. H V VDQUARTERS A«MT OF THB POTOMAC, \ March 18. / • most brilliant cavalry fight occurred on the _rivpaha nnock yesterday, beyond Kell y 's Ford. \"'CO oBoiss*nee, under command or Gen. Aver-:1! forcs'l a passage over the river in the face Of 1 determined resistance of a considerable body of _Sharpshooters , who were covered by houses, ;.ne.pit9 and a dry mill-race with an abattis in t iatf The ford admitted but a single horseman _i a time, and the stream was swollen and rapid. _trriviug on the south aide of the river, our eavrv charged the enemy in their entrenchments, ?' .:: ng aud capturing nearly the entire force, be 7; _i_~ securing a large number of horses picketed . f * by A abort distance from the shore Gen. _vveriU' s cammand encountered the rebel cavalry under Gens. Stuart and Filzhugh Lee, who had hastened from Culpeper to prevent our passage. "•nev ...

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

READING MARKET. Friday, March 20,1863. Wheat (prime white) BuckwhoatFlourper per bushel $1 70 160 tt>». a 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork _y 100 fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 62 Beef (hind quarter) lire do 92 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 80 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do CO per 100 pounds 7@8 00 Corn Meal do 60 Haras per pound 10 _OatS do CO Shoulders do 7 _Flawed* do 1 _:10 Flitch io • 7 _Cloverseed do 4 fiO Dried Beef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Better do 22 Barley do 70 Lump Butter do 20 Potatoes do 6"> Firkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 75 Tallow do 9ft Salt do 60 Lard do 10 Salt »er Sack 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat iWr (ext«* Bast Old _Kya _Whiskeys family white) $> bbl. 9 03 per gallon 75 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fain, white) W100 fts 4 50 j gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil _f» gallon 80 family) per Barrel 8 50 Eggs per dozen 18 Wheat Flour (extra Stoae Coal (stove, egg family) per 100 Bis. 4 2-5 & ...

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

DIED. On the 18th inst., in this city, William Horn, aged 43 years, 10 months and 7 days. On the 18th inst.. inthlscityof Congestion of the Lungs, Marian Fkeesb, daughter of Francis and Caroline Bechtel, _gsred 2 rears11 months and 6 days. On the isth inst., In thU city, Joust Allsaibr, _ftgad 78 years, 9 months and 11 days. On the isth inst., in this city, Mrs. Sabah Edingbb,. in the 30th year of her age. On the 16th _inst, in Philadelphia, Michael Coohras, formerly a Conductor on the Beading Railroad, in tbe 51th year of his age. 'Uu cne Uttt lost., in this city, Martha Ann LaivRENCE, aged 10 yearn, 1 months and 17 days. On the 16th ingt.,in Hamburg, Jambs, son of Peter C. and Hetty Ann Buck, in the 5th year of his age. On the 11th _inst., in Spring, Kebecoa, wife of Samuel Fisher, aged 53 years7 months and 26 days. On the 11th instin North Heidelberg, Catharine A., daughter of Emanuel and _Justlna Gruber, aged 12 years, 1 mouth aud 10 days. On the loth in»tn in Hamburg. _£atb H...

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

FEEELAND . SEMINARY, WILL OPEN ITS SPRING TERM, ON Monday, March GOth, 1863. Yonng men are fitted for Business, College or Teaching. Access to School by Reading Railroad to the _Roynr's Ford. Station. For Catalogues or particulars, address H A. H0NS1CKER, Principal, March 14-U*] Freeland, Montgomery county, Pa. READING CLASSICAL ACADEMY, AND _istoxhueaxj schoozj, vx7ill commence its spring term, V V onTne«day, the 7th of April, and continue 11 weeks. A class of Teachers will be formed in the Noflnal Department, and they will be instructed with especial reference to tbe waaU gf (heir vocation. ¦ TERMS, from $S to 96 per quarter. Higher English and _Languages extra. For farther information, address March 14-2mo] D. B. BRUNNEB, A. B., Principal. AUDITOR'S NOTICR rpHE UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINTX Et> by tbe Orphans* Cot*_k of _Bsrkfl county, to audit and re-state the account of William H. Zerbe, Administrator of the estate of John Zerbe, late of Bethel township, said county,...

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