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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Blackwood's Maoazinb fob March.—We have received the March number of Blackwood, from t!ie American publishers, Messrs. L. Seott & Co., S8 Walker street, New York. It is an unusually good number, because full of variety. The story of " Motive Power," in Bulwer's Caxtoniana, is _concluded. A new tale, entitled " Mra. Clifford's Marriage," in Mrs. Oliphant's manner, is commenced. There are fine reviews of Kinglake's " .Invasion of the Crimea," of Lord Mackenzie's Roman Law, of a singular French book, showing an English village through Gallic spectacles, and of the Frank in Scotland, also French. There is a brief paper on Florence; and a sharp fling at the Palmeraton Ministry finishes the table of contents. Notwithstanding the high price of paper, the#.merican readers of this Magazine are still furnished with it at the old price of $3 a year.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Tobacco Cdi/tube.—Mr. Orange Judd, publisher of the American Agriculturist, New York, has just published a pamphlet of 48 pages, containing practical _instrucliona for the culture of Tobacco. All the details arc stated so plainly that any one can cultivate the crop, even though he had never seen a tobacco plant. Eigluyfiee experienced growers each wrote down just _wliat is to be done, and how to do it. From these eighty-five series of directions, the best given by fourteen different men were selected and printed in this work. The fourteen men who furnish the information given, reside in different parts of the country, so that the book is adapted to all localities. The collection of this information and its preparation cost nearly $500. The book is eent post-paid for 25 cents per copy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_Makbtaqk of the Prince of Wales.—Tiie Prince of Wales (heir apparent to the throne of England) was married to the Princess Alexandra of Denmark on the 10th of March, in Saint George's chapel, Windsor, with all the state ceremonial and pomp peculiar to such an event. Queen Victoria waa present in the cbapol. She took no part in the pageant; but was evidently both delighted and deeply affected at the happy manner in which the proceedings were conduct ed, and at the display . of loyalty and devotion manifested towards both herself, her son and every member of tie royal family, native and foreign.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

LOSSES B_^ PIRB. Losses paid during the year 1863,_^ #69,789 tt By order of the Board. 4 CHAS. N. BANCKKB_, President. Attest—JAS. W. McALLISTKE, Secretary pro tern. DIRECTOR? , CHARLES IT. BANCKBK, I DAVID 3. BKOWN_, TOBIA8 WAGNER, I ISAAC LEA, SAMUEL GRANT, I EDWARD C. DALE, JACOB R. SMITH, I GEORGE PALES, QEOKOE W. RICHARDS, I ALFRED FITLER. CHARLKS N. BANCKER, President. EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President. 3is. W. _KcAllistkk , Secretary pro tern. _49~ Applications for Insurancemade eltW personally or by letter, will be promptly attended to by J. LAWRENCE GETZ, April 4-ly] Agent for the Company, at Beading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

The _CosTiHENTAii Monthly.—We have _recelv ed the April number of this able Magazine. Tbe contents are varied- Hon. Robert J. Walker continues his valuable statistical papers on " The Union," and also contributes a spirited poem entitled "Tbe Flag of our Sires." Edmund Kirk's " Merchant's Story" is as interesting as ever; while numerous other writers have given their valuable aid to make up this most readable magazine. New-York : John F. Trow, publisher for tbe proprietors, 50 Greene street. $3 a year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

THE MOZART MUSICAL UNION WILL _OIVE A CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC, AT Sa-TSTOXVB BAU_, Tuesday Evening, April 7, 1863, _OOHSIBTIlfQ OF _CHORTTSSES, Q UARTBTTES,X «e. ALSO, 8EVEBAL ORCHESTRAL PIECES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

tSgr-Tur. Mozart Musical Union will give (heir first Concert on Tuesday _evening next, April 7th, in Keystone Hall. ThiR association Is couponed of member! of the several Church choirs of our city, who have become proficient in Huslc by _constant praetice_^irlng tbe Winter; and who combine both the material and the requisite experience to produce tbe moat elaborate compositions of Sacred Ma sic with accuracy and effect. Tho encouragement of a taste for Music _amnng the young, cannot be too highly commended; and we therefore hope that tbe first Concert by the " Mozart Union" will be so well patronized as to _ilusuro the permanence of the organization, and the frequent repetition of its public _robeareaU and eoncerta,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_WST The Edinburgh Rbvikw, American re print, for January, was issued some weeks ago. The following is the table of contents: India under Lord Dalhousie; Diaries of Frederic von Oenfz; Goldfielda and _Goldmioers; Contributions to the Life of Rubens; The Campaign of 1816 ; Modern Judaism; Victor Hugo's Lcs _Misfrabtes ; Convict System in England and Ireland; Publio Affairs. New York: L. Scott & Co., 38 Walker street. $3 a year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_rPHE CHORUSSES WILL BE RENDERED BY JLjlfty Voices, with fnll Orchestral accompaniment. «- For particulars see small bills. Doors open at 7 Concert to commence at 8 o'cloek. TICKETSSIB Cents. To be bad at Strickland's and _Ilechler_'_e Book Stores, J. K. _McCucdy's Drui Store and at the dgor, [April j-u RBNCH MUSTAKD.—FOR SALE AT . . ., PEOCOCK'S •*P ril4 J 40 South Fifth _Streflt. HOMINY _GUITS.—FOB. SALE AT PEOCOCK'S, April 4 40 _Sontfa nrtb Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

BLINDS & SHADES. BJ. WILLIAMS, No. 16 NORTH SIXTH .Street, Philadelphia, Manufacturer of AM WX1TO0W BBABES. *y The largest and finest aeeortmeut in the city, at _tbe lowest prices. Blinds Painted and Trimmed equal to new. Store Shades made and lettered. [April 4-2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OPENING OF Spring Dress Goods.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

.Fubmcatioh Postponed.—The enterprise of publishing an English newspaper in the borough of Hamburg, which was in contemplation by Mr. M. H. Shollenberger, has been abandoned for the present. Timely notice of the appearance of the paper will be given.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

$gr* New Car Shop.—Meagre. Mellert& Kin sey are now engaged in putting up a large building to be used for the purpose of a Car Manufactory, In Chestnut street, below Third, near Lauer's Brewery. The known ability and enterprize of this firm, guarantee success, and we trust that they may receive orders enough to keep them tomty,—Ttmw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE IlABKisnvBrt, Thursday, March 2_'5. Sbsate.—Mr. Lowry, Irom the Committee on jrV-dcral _Kciaiions, _reportcl joint resc:«ticzss in favou of thi! vigorous prosecution of liio war for the suppression of th« rebellion. Mr. Robinson, from the Committee of Conference ou adjournment, _reported a resolution providing that the Legislature will adjourn sine die on Wednesday, the 15th of April, which was agreed to. The bill, to reduce the par value of the stock of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Company from $100 to $50 a share, passed finally. The bills to extend the charters of the Farmers' Bank of Schuylkill County and Bank of Danville, for five years, passed finally. Adjourned. House.—The Committee of Conference reported a resolution fixing the timo for final adjournment at April 15th. The report was adopted. A bill providing for paying the Asseeors of Philadelphia (sixty in number) for making the Militia enrollment in 1862, was considered. The -amount ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

JOHN S. PEARSON & CO., TTo. 18 West Penn Square, March 28] READING. Estate of Charlotte Heckman, late of tbe City of Reading, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT LETTERS Testamentary to the Estate of Charlotte Heckman, late of the city of Reading, deceased, have been granted to the subscriber, residing in the same city. AU persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make payment, without delay, acd all having claims against the same, are also requested to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Feb28-6t] JONATHAN ETBICH, Executor. Estate of John Zeller_, late of the city of Reading, deceased. WHEREAS, LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the estate ot John Zeller, lata of the _elty of Beading, Berks county, deceased, have this day been committed to Sarah F. Zeller, the undersigned, residing in the said city ; notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate, to make payment to tbe undersigned Immediately ; and those having claims against the s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

POM. S-_^_SsB, . ¦ _vVO <> ¦ ,NU 'R- ¦ K liUAKTEK STO liY B 1CK _DWBLU.NH il;iD-ES *»<! a one _nnd .-LU»i(o»rf-!..iti'. »M: DiVE_'_, t Mi '!OUSE,»(1 _jnitlia_* acti tli«r. «>timt«..- ¦ -1. •*•: -l¦;¦• ¦ •! •linn i'ilev, In- _wrca t_'enn and '>.. _fciiii M.reei~. _>u .-ciiy ..1 Reading hoanded on the £>»i by oaid _alie , -And ••!> i>.« W».-t !>y other property of Second German Reformed Church. Each of the lots upon which said hon_«es are built, extends in front on said alley fifteen feet, North and Sonth, and wilt be eold _eighty feet in depth Bast aud West. Possession given on the 1st of October nest. For terms and further inforniatijn, apply to tbe undersigned, GEO. K. LEVAN', Penn St., near Eighth, JAMES B BECHTKL, Court street, C. W. L. HOFFEDITZ. Penn St., below Plough and Harrow Hotel, Trustees of Second German Reformed Church March 21-tf. ORPHANS' COURT SALE T_}URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE OR _i PHASS' COU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

DIED. On the 28th ult., in Womelsdorf, of Dropsy. Jacob RKIF8KYDB*aged 57 years, 2 months and 21 days. ¦•And I heard a voice from Beaven, saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, from henceforth: yea, s»tth the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them."—Rev. 4th chapter, 3d verse. TO MY HUSBAD. Dear husband and father—¦_Tls a bitter struggle to give you up; Yon whom we loved «o tenderly—But alas! ere long we shall meet again, Never more to part—around tho Throne of Grace in heavon above—Where we shall all unite In singing * Hallelujah to the Lamb of God. M. ft. On the 1st inRt, In this city, Anna Clara, daughter of John and Sarah M. Tigh, aged 2 years, 1 month and 24 days. On the 30th ult., in this city, Eeubek Fbsbs, aged 24 years. On the 30th ult., in thls,:City, AdAm Hbckmak, aged S0 years. On the 2Sth alt., iu this city, Fkask Warren, son ot Francis and Caroline Bechtel, aged 11 months and 24 days. On_^be 27th ult...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

List of Jurors for April Court, 1863. COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 13. , GRAND JUROS3. - 1 Isaac Bowman, farmer, Brecknock. 2 Samuel 6. Boyer. painter, Union. 3 Franklin B. Bruckman, yoeman. First Ward. 4 _Exidius Butz, merchantKutztown. 0 Aaron F. play, machinist, First Ward. 8 Matthias Dotterer, farmer. Washington. 7 George Drnmneller, farmer, EaU. 8 Amos Fisher, huckster, Longawamp. 9 Chalkley _Griscom, carpenter, Second Ward. 10 Jacob Gable, tailor, Pike. 11 William _Herbst, laborer, Ontelaunee. 12 Edward Joues, farmerOley. 13 William U. Kelly, drover, Second Ward. 14 Danfel Leinbach, farmer, Oley. 16 William _tewls, farmer, _Cninra. 16 David _Iiobach_, farmer, Pike. 17 Peter Herkeltailor, Richmond. 18 Maybury _Khoads, farmer, Earl. 19 _Serenus Ressler, coachmaker. Bethel. ' 20 Peter Shellmerchant, Washington. 21 George Schoch, merchant, Marion. 22 Jonathan Wltman, laborer, Carnarvon. 23 UahloD V. Wolf, &<}¦, Justice of the Peace, Hambarg. 24 Benjamin Weidman, farme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

READING MARKET. FRIDAT, April 3,1863. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour pet per bushel $1 60 100 lbs. 2 00 Wheat, (prune red) Pork _<p 100 ft«. 8 6o per bushel 1 SO Beef (hind quarter) Bye do 90 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 78 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do 78 per 100 pounds 7@8 00 OornHual &o 1 00 Hams per pound 10 Oats do S3 Shoulders do 7 _Flaxeeea do 1 30 Flitch do 8 Cloverseed do 4 50 Dried Beef, dp 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 24 Barley do 70 Lamp Butter do 22 Potatoes do 65 Firkin Butter do — _SweetPotatoes do 75 Tallow do 9>i Salt do 50 Lard do 10 Salt per Sack 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 WWi Flour (extra Best Old Kye Whiskey, family white) _$> bbl. £> 03 per gallon 3 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fam.white)!_fl?100ft8 4 fiO gallon 49 to 60 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil $ gallon 80 family) per Barrel 8 60 Eggs per dozen 18 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal (stove, egg family) per 100 fts. 4 25 & br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

The War In tbe Kanawna Valley REBEL RAID INTO POINT PLEASANT. Cincinnati, April 2.—On Monday last, the 25th Of March, Jenkins* Rebel cavalry dashed into Point Pleasant, Va., at the mouth of the Kanawha, gained possession of tbe Court House, nred seven houses, plundered others, and burned several thousand bushels of Government corn. Volunteer aid arrived from Ct&Uipolis, and the Rebels were driven out with a loss of five killed and thirteen taken prisoners to _Gallipolis. They were refused a parole. Telegraphic communication is cut off along the Kanawha, from Charleston to Point Pleasant. The Government steamer Victor No, 2 was fired into at Hall's Landing, forty miles above Buffalo, on the Kanawha. One man was killed, while the boat was completely riddled by the fire of musketry. The Victor No. 2 and General Mag finally succeeded in reaching GaUipolia. The Viel&r and B. C. Levi are still up the Kanawha_, It being rumored that they are captured by the Rebels. ...

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