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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

GEOEGE CHR1SMAN _STos. 3 AMD 5 _FBIfZV SQUABS, READING, PA., M AS OPENED HIS SPRING STOCK OP new and beautiful designs of WALL PAPERS, _DOVT SHADES, &c, of the most nuhion&ble manofaciure, aud will sell tne same at tbe very lowest prices. mr _flext door to tbe Farmere' Sank, 3 and s _Keuu Square, Bending, Pa. rADiii ll-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

ttGB* Railroad Accident.—There was an _ne cident to tbe down passenger train on the Lebanon Valley IJailroad , between Beaver Station and _Hnmmelstown, last Saturday afternoon. A coupling broke, leaving two of the cars back, and a locomotive which waa following clo.=e behind, ran into them. No one was seriously hurt. Accidents are very rare on this road, aa it is one of the most carefully managed in the country.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

g&* House Stolen.—A valuable horse, with saddle and bridle, was stolen from the stable of John H. Henne, in Jefferson township, on tbe night of tbe 1st inst. Tbe horse is a dapple-gray, about 8 years old, and is branded on the right fore-hoof with an X. The Dernville Hone Insurance Company offer a reward of $20 for the recovery of tbe bnrse and axraat of tliA _tYilef_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Qood Hoesf.8.—-Four Horses were recently sold by Dr. H. W. Johnson, of Boyewtown, Berks county, for S1C00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. _Haurisbxibo, Thursday, April 2. Sksatb.—Mr. Cljmcr presented a petition for the passage of a law securing to all the citizens of this State their personal right_*. The General Appropriation bill passed Committee of 'he Whole, and was reported to tho Senate. Daring the consideration of iho 29th section, making provision for Ihe support of the Common Schools, Mr. Clymer moved to strike out ihe appropriation of _$5,000 to the State N011n.1l School at Mansfield, Tioga county, and _$5,000 to the Normal School in _Lancaster county, which was not agreed to. _Adjourned. House.—A message from (he Governor was read, in which he says (hat one object of hid late visit to Washington was to arrange between the State aud the Government authorities with regard lo the payment of expenses incurred in Ihe draft, in _this State as well ;is (lie expenses of the State militia cailed out last October. His Excellency says that his interview with the military authorities a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_P_^_PSOJSTS _CLOTHIgGr E, Corner of Sixth and Penn Streets, READING, PA. _mHIS LONG ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN CLOTHJL ING HOUSE is better prepared now to hold out great inducements to buyers than at any previous time, as our stock of MEN'S CLOTHING & DRESS GOODS, Is much larger and better than ever before, the bulk of which has been bought before the late great rise in prices. BOYS' CLOTHING. In great variety, of all sizes, prices and qualities. The long experience of this House in this branch has enabled us to get up all the different proportions and sizes to fit boys of all a_^es, to which we invite particular attention. March 28, 1863-tf_] JAMESON & CO. required to provide themselves with a 10 cent u. s. Government stamp _for the _PMitlan, and a. _OScent KtRtno for the Bond. JAMES BELL, March 28-3t Clerk of the Qnarter _SeBsiona_. NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT I of Abraham H. Yanderslice. Esq., Assignee of William William*, of Reading, has been fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

NGtTICE, rpHE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF APPLI-|_ CANTS in tbe County of Berksfor Tavern and Store Licenses, for the sale of spirituous, vinous and other liquors. ['• o. a." stands for old stand; " N. _s." for new stand.] Albany, _iTaxntmony. Matthias _ScnamHaclter, s s. John Ke»_uf.,jr., 0. s. Amos Greeuawalt, o. s. Jacob KeicbaTd, do Charles P. Dietrich, do Solomon _Knhns, do Jona_* Ringer, do Peter Scheyer, do David Heinly, do Charles _Jlerkle, do Jesse Miller, do Benjamin _Leibersberger, do Amity: Thomas G. Leibereberger _.do Hiram S. Ludwlg, o. a John P. Haas, do Isaac Spot 12, do Aaron Bauer, do Christian Detweller, do Jfariim. Peter Blarquart, do Samuel Reed, o. s. Sarah Kirlin, do Jonathan S. Klopp, do Alsace. ' Ontelaunee. Jefferson Dengler_, o. 8 Jacob _Koyer O. S. John Babb, do James _Duokle, do Bueno Roland, do Henry Canker, do Daniel Botheuberger, do Henrietta Mangle, do Peter Fies, do Jonathan Ilerbein_, do Bethel. Oley. Samuel Stror.se, o. s. Amos Melot, o. 6. Daniel Ko...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

FOR SAAB. M TWO ONE AND THREE QUARTER gTORr BKICK DWELLING HOUSES, and a one and three-quartor story FKAME DWELLING HODSE, adjoining each other, situate on the West side of Plum alley, between Penn and Franklin streets, in the city of Reading, bounded on the East by said alleyand on the W«»t by other property of Second German Reformed Church. Each of tbe lot_« upon _wLldli &&IA _honees are built, extends ill front on said alley fifteen feet, North and South, and Will be eold eighty feet in depth Bast and West. Possession given on tha 1st of October next. For terms and further information, apply to the undersigned. GEO. K. LEVAN, Penn St., near Eighth, JAMES B BECHTEL, Court street, C. W. L. HOFFEDITZ, Penn St., below Flongk and Harrow Hotel Trustees of Second German Reformed Church. March 21-tf. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. T)URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE OR X FHAMS' COURT of Berks county, will be sold at pabile veudna, on Saturday) tbe 18th day of April , A. D., 1863, a_( ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Dissolution of Co>PartneF8bip< THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXistlng between Henry ICerper and J. II Parker, doiog business nnder the firm of It. Kerper & Co., has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafier be condncted by G. B. Kerper and J. II. _l_'avk_«r, under tbe tuu of Kei-j_»e_» A Co., who will fettle tne affairs of the late firm. IlKHltT KEKFEK, Heading, April 1.1.S63. J. II. PAKKBll. JiOO _SLAUOUTEK HIDES FOB. SALHBY April 4-3t*] KEEPER & CO. rOR 8_AXB OK ZLBZVT, A _PAaM TWO MILES FROM AUBURN, ON XVtne Pine Creek. Buildings new. For particulars, address April 4, 1S63-2_H W. A. FELIX, Heading, Pa. JjP" Miners' Journal, Pottsville, copy, and send bill. Estate of Daniel D. Hunterlate of the City of Heading, deceased. T ETTERS OP ADMINISTRATION ON THE \_J above estate having been granted to the undersigned, residing in Amity _townsbip, Berks county, all persons indebted will please make payment, and those having cla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

On Hie 7tli in»t., at CincinnatiOntoof Cljronic Diar rbeca. ltoUKRT, B<)U of Ko'J'-cca and the late _Ioeaclier E. _iTlumftu . dud Quarter Master _SerKtiaat of the _ISth U. s. Beijitlars, iu tbo ii'JJ yoav of _liia it_^e. "A luuuh loved con and brother gone." The _fviondsof the family are _respoctfully invited fo -ftt toud the funeral, this (Saturday) al'i«_rnoou,at 3 o'clock, from the residence of li is Motlu'r, Fourth street above Penn, without fiii'ther notice, to proceed, to tlic _V!wle» _Evaus Cemetory. ¦ * On the 7th inst., in this city, _Johk, son of Levj.ii and Ctllnmne Mauuerbauk, aged t:i _yetus, 4 inu;it(ii4 and 10 days. Vu _tlio _Bffc iu»t., iu n._is city, .Tamu* _Monkiih, _kod ,,f .Iohu ami Callliirino DwWt, HK<M 1! years, 7 _inoutlis, and _lidays. On the Sib intst., in this cily, Jusmmi Kit.her, jr., aged about 27 years. On the -4ill iutit., in this city, _Jkkomr Ki.vui.eb, ayeil 41 years and 6 mouths. On the 3rd inst., in this city, John Naolk, aged 57 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

JOHN S. PEARSQN & CO., _XBto. 18 West Penn Square* March 28] READING. WINDOW SHADE8 AND FIXTtJBES. rpHE BUSINESS OF J. J. IIESSLER WILL %be continued by Mrs. S. A. _Hessler, during her hnsband's absence in the Army, at the old stand, No. 40 North Fifth street, opposite the Post Office. A new assortment of _WINDOW SBASBS Of the latest patterns, together with FIXTURES, &c, has just been received, and will be sold and put np at low prices for cash. [April 4-2mo _OWJtfBRS OF _OAHDZUrSp rpAKB NOTICE!—THE SUBSCRIBER INf_ forms the residents of Reading and the neighborhood, tbat be is prepared to undertake and attend punctually to all kinds of ttivrden-Work, suck as planting drape Vines. _<_£» Fruit Trees, &c, and pruning, trimming, grafting, fijglfiibudding, &c. Orders left at Mr. Haller's, Seventh _SjjBJSj_^street, near the Railroad Depot; Mr. Aug. Xirmse's _^ _A_^^ Shoe-Store, Chestnnt street, opposite Lauer'a Brewery ; Mr. Adam Ott's, corner o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

WAR NEWS! THE ATTACK ON CHARLESTON BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTEfi The United States naval transport F&irnaven, Acting Master C. L. Moses, arrived at New York on Thursday. She brings dates from Port Royal to the 4th instant, which are full of interest and importance. The Herald says. We have now received from -various sources positive information of the aelual commencement of the _attucft ppon _Charleston. The bombardment of Fort Sumter by the iron-dads _htgan on Monday. Captain Moses, of the Fairhaven, brings intelligence from Gaptain Stcedman that Admiral Dupont had, on the 3d of April, proceeded to Charleston with the following iron-clads:— 1—New Ironsides (flagship), Commander Thos. Turner. 2—Patapseo ......Captain D. Ammen. 3—Cat8kill..,,,,««,,-Captain Geo. W. Koagera. 4—Monlauk Gaptain John L. WorJen. i>—Passaic... -Captain Percival Drayton. ti—Weehawken ..Captain John Rodgers. 7—Keokuk .Commander A G. _Rhiud. 8—Nahant Captain John Downes. B—Nantneket Comman...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

READING MARKET. Fkidat, April 10,1863. Wheat (prime white) BuckwheatFlonrper per bushel $1 CO 100 fts. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork 30 100 fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 60 Beef (hind quarter) _Rya do 90 per 100 poillids 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 7S Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do 74 per 100 pounds 7@8 00 Corn Meal do 1 00 Hams per pound 10 Oats do 55 Shoulder* do 7 _Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 8 _Cloversaod do 4 fiO Dried Beef do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Batter do 2* Barley do JO Lump Butter do 22 Potatoes do 65 Firkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 75 Tallow do 9J< Salt do 60 Lard do 10 Salt per Sack 1 iO Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Rye Whiskey, familywhite)_f_»bbl. 9 03 per gallon 3 00 Wheat Floor (extra Common Whiskey, per fam. white) $1100 _fiiB 4 DO gallon 4d to 60 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil $) gallon so family) per Barrel -.8 00 Eggs per dozen 18 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal (stove, egg family) per 100 Bis. 4 25 & broken, _$ ! 2000 lbs. 4 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

HEWS FROM TENNESSEE _DEPEAT OF MORGAN S OTSRILLAS AT SNOW HILL. Washington, April 7,1863. The following has been received at the headquarters of the army here: MuB.PB._KBaiJ6fio, Anvil 6. 18G3. To Major General Hallbck, General-in-Chief, Washington:— General Stanley has returned ' from his scout, bringing in some forty or fifty prisoners and 800 serviceable homes and mules. He drove Morgan's cavalry from the peninsula, whipping them from their stronghold, Snow Hill, north of Smithville, and, but for their precipitate retreat and the difficult nature of tbe country, would have had a force in their rear and captured their artillery and animals. The enemy left quite a number of their dead and fled towards McMiunville, leaving many horses, saddles and guns. W. S. ROSECRANS. DASHING CAVALRY EXPLOIT. Nashville, Tenn., April 7, 1863. General Mitchell, with three hundred and fifty cavalry, went out yesterday on the Lebanon pike to Green IIU1, and dashing into a rebel camp where ther...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _Fmbay, April 10,1863. PLOOH AND GRAIN.—Tbere ill little or nothing doing In Flour, and prices Are neaily nominal at _*o@6 25 tor superfine; *6 50@7 for extras; $7 25@7 75 for extra family, and $S@8 16 ft bbl. for fancy brands aa in quality —at which rates holders generally are free sellers, and the demand, botb for export and home nee, very limited ; bnt tbe _receipts continue light. Kye Flonr is steady, and 200 bhlfl gold at 44 70 % bbl, Corn Meal Is not inquired for, and is doll at previous qaoted ratea, and Penn»ylv&a!& meal scarce. Tbe receipts to-day are 1970 bbU. Flour; 9100 _bnshels Wheat; 86S0 bushels Cum, and 92uO bushels Oats. The Wheat market is at a stand still. Bayers are holding off for lover prices and quotations are nearly nominal at $1 65@l b'8 for Pennsylvania redo, and $1 75@1 80 for white ia store. Rye comes in slowly, and further sales of 600 bushels Pennsylvania are reported at $1 10. Corn Is Imh plenty aud _tboal GW bn«h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

SATUBDAY, APRIL 11, 1S63. A White _Baster.—The old weather proverb that "A green Christmas brings a white Easter,*" _vas literally verified this year. Snow fell last _Saturday night deep enough to cover the ground, and it lay, in spots, during the greater part of Sunday, making the Easter festival anything but p leasant out-doora. Soldier Dead.—Jacob Flea, jr., of Exeter _loirnship, died of chronic dysentery on the 21at of January last, in the U. S. Hospiial at Aquia Creek, Virginia. He enlisted on the 12th of March, 180*2. as a member of Capt. £. L Smith's Company, 19ib regular Infantry, and fought in the battles of Antietam and Fredeflekiburg_. Thb New U. S. Stamp Duties.—Messrs. T. B. _Feterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street, Philadelp hia, have just issued a new card, containing the official list of the " Stamp Duties," imposed by the Act of Congress of 1862, aa amended by the Act of March 3 J, 18G3. This card will be found very convenient for reference by every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE, T)_Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP LEVAR1 FAJ3 CIAS, issued ont of the Conrt of Common Fleas of Herts connty, and to me directed, will-be sold at public vendue or out cry: On Monday, the 13_t.K day of April. A. D., 1S83, at 1 o'clock. 9. M.. at the public house of David H, Pink, in the b_' orough of Hamburg, _Borkfl connty, to wit; MA11 that certain two-story BKICK HOUSE and Lot or piece of ground, situate, lying and _being on the west side of White Oak street, in tbe borough Hamburg_, in the connty of Berks aforesaid, and being part of the lot marked and numbered in Henry Heiuley's Town Plan, numbered twenty, (20), bounded and _described as follows, to wit: Beginning at apogt at _gaid White Oak street, _tbegce by Lot No. 19, of John Tobias, South 17 degrees, West 173 _foet to a post at a 16 feet alley, thence by tb<f same South 13 degrees. East 20 feet to a post, thence by Lot of Levi Francis, North 77 degrees, East 172 feet to a post at said White Oak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

SPRING GOODS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF SILKS, ENGLJSH CHA1UES, SLACK AND COLORED ALPACCAS, BLACK WOOL De LAINES_, Black Bombazines, BLACK COBURGS, jiPIBc _^. -w x_^as9 And all kinds of SPRING GOODS, to which the attention of buyers is respectfully invited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

SERIOUS BREAD RIOT IN RICHMOND. Baltimore, April 7,1863. Col. Stewart, of the Second Indiana regiment, one of the fourteen United States officers just released, by the rebels, and wbo baa just arrived here, makes the following statement:— On Thursday last he saw from bis prison window in Richmond a great bread riot, composed of about three thousand women, who were armed with clubs and guns and stones. They broke open the government and private stores, and took bread, clothing and whatever else they wanted. The tuilitia were ordered out to check the riot, but failed to do so. Jeff. Davis and other high officials made speeches to the infuriated women, and told them they should have whatever they needed. They then became calm, and order was once more restored. All the other released Union officers confirm this statement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

A FS0BLEM FOR THE LADIES. SENT FRBB OF CHARGE. Address, " PROBLEM," Box 043 P. O., April 4raq PHILADELPHIA. Garden and Flower * Seed* _THRESH GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS Jj from _Risley, Shaker's, Bloss it Co.. _Comstock, Johnson, and Babbies ft Co. For sal* »t PEOCOCK'S, _AprtUI 4Qg9_nth Fifth Street. Q AP8AGO CHEESE.—FOR SALE AT J_5 _^OCOCK'B, April 4] 40 _Sonth Fifth _Btreet. ologna sausages.—for sale at _pbocoCk_* April 4] 40 South Fifth _Btraet. ARROW FAT BEANS, AT PEOCOCK'S, „„ April 4} 40 Sonth Fifth 8tr_»o »<> ,_^.i>iB8. a

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