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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

_Mdfa*s and Soys' Wd&r. JU8T RECEIVED A GENERAL ASSORTmout of Men and Boys' Wear, at the store of the " an-April 18] DAVID IfKFF.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

READING, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

§_& Tub Nbw Town Oounoil of Kulztown have organized by the election of Hathan Levan as President, Charles _KnU as Treasurer, and J. D. Wanner as Secretary.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

_ftaztlte mh _ibmftwaf SATURDAY, APRIL 18. 1863 WAE NEV/S rite Great Fight at Charleston TERRIBLE FIRE OF TUE REBEL FORTS. THE KEOKUK AND NAHANT INJURED ¦EBB FIiEET WITHDRAW FORT SUMTEB BREACHED BEYJ8W QP THE FIGHT. Off _Chaslbbtos Harbor, April 8,1863. The great straggle is over. The enterprise on which so many months of preparation have been bestowed, and to which the eyes of the whole American people, loyal and disloyal, hare been directed with the most intense interest, has proved a failure. The rebel flag atill floats over Charleston and its defences, and our iron-clad fleet has withdrawn from the conflict, baffled and in part disabled. PREPARATIONS FOR THB ATTACK. On Sunday last, the 5th in<?_t., the iron-clad fleet joined the blockading vessels outside of Charleston bar, some fire or six miles from that Fort Sumter which it was their special mission to capture or destroy. These consisted of the >~ew Ironsides, to which Admiral _Dupont transferr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

Special Message from the Governor, Executive Chambrr, "1 Harrihburo, April 15, 1863. J To the Senate and House of _Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: . _Gentlkmen: In taking leave of you at.the close of the session, I think it proper, under existing circumstances, to go beyond the usual formalities. The partiality of my fellow-citizen9 placed me in the office which I now hold at a period of great pub'.ic distraction, which soon culminated iu the breaking out of the rebellion which is still raging. The country had so long slumbered in unbroken tranquillity, that we hail in this State ftlmos' forgotten the possibility of any violation of our domestic peace. Even. our militia laws had been suffered to fall into disuse ' ,-and were reduced to a merely permissive organization of a few uniformed volunteer companies in various part* of the State. The whole mind of our people was directed to peaceful and industrial pursuits ; conscious of no intention to injure the rig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

~ FOB. SAVE. " gMM TWO ONE AND THREE QUARTER STOJ8!B KT _BMCK _DWELLWG _noiJSJBS, and a oee and Atmtbrea-auarter story FRAME DWELMHG bouse, »ajoiningeach other, Ritnate ou the West side of Plum alley, between 1_'onn and Franklin streets, in tbe city of Reading, bounded ou the East by said alloy, and on the West by other property of Second German ' Reformed Church. Each of the lots upon which said houses are builtextends in front on said alley fifteen feet, North and South, and will be fold _eighty feet in depth East and West. _Powession given on tbe list of _October next. For terms and further in format! jn, apply to tho nudersiguod. GEO. K. LEV AN, Penn St., near Eighth. JAMES B. BEOHTKL. Court street. C. W. L. HOFFBDITZ, Penn St.. below Plough and Harrow Hotel _Trustees of Second German Reformed Church. March 21-tf. In the Orphans ' Court of Berks County l OP PARTITION SURREAL ESTATE T V of Martin V. K Hoch, late of Oley township, Berks eoanty, _deceaxed; Awarded by tho Conrt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

S-T-1860-X. DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. They purify, strengthen and invigorate. They create a healthy appelito. Tbey are an antidote to change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. Tbey strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They _prevent _ruinstaatic and intermittent fevers. They pnrify the breath and acidity of the stomach. They cure D>_npepsia and Constipation. They cure Dlanlio.i, Cholera and Cholera Morlras. They core Liver Complaint and _Mervons Headache. They are tbe best Kilters in the world. Tbey make tho WenH mnn strong, and arn _exhansted nature's great ro-Btorer. They ar« made of pare St. _CroiX Ham, the CelB' _brated Call nay a Bark, roots and harbs, udA are taken with tbe pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate persons requiring a _genlle stimniaot. Snld by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. P. II. Drake & Co., 202 Broadway. New-York. • rMarch 28-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

DOCTOR A, H. STEVEWS, ELECTRICAL PHYSICIAN. / IS CURING ALL CHRONIC DISEASES /both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a new method in the / use of Electricity alone, without any medicine, or even I any pain. B Board may be bad, with treatment, by patients from abroad, at reasonable rates in the Doctor's family. Letter;; applying for circulars or further Information I will be promptly answered. Office and residence at 1418 1 SOUTH _PEHN _SCUTAKE, PHILADELPHIA, FA., being I in a central as well as delightful part of the city. I rgp" Cnt this oat for future reference. / April Jl, lSl ! 3-3mo ./ Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!! EXTRA LENGTH HOOP SKIRTS. Ordinary length Hoop Skirts. _Finall Size or •' Quaker Skirts." Extra heavy Wire 6kirt8. All _sizes Misses skirts. Having made arrangements with tbe Manufacturers, we are prepared to supply our customers with the very host SKIRTS of all lengths and with the latest improvements at nearly OLD PRICES. KLINE & EPPIHIMER. April 11,1863] Eant P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

List of Jurors for April Court, 1863 COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 20 TRAVERSE JDBO3S—SECOND WEEK. 1 Henry _Amtnon, farmer, Caernarvon 2 Henry Binkley_, laborar, lower _Heidelberg. 3 Joshua Bieber_, merchant, Kutztown. 4 John Hair, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Bockland. 5 Joel Drelbelbies, farmer, Richmond. 6 Jacob _Deishor, innkeeper . Pike. 7 Eli Eyrich, tobacconist, Second Ward. 8 _Josiah _Eissnbeiii, monldir. Third Ward. 9 Daniel Filberr, yeoinan,|Bernville. 10 Kphmlm Fritz, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Douglass. 11 Philip Gilhammachinist. First Ward. 12 Daniel (Juan, farmer, _Onrelaunee. 1.1 David Gilbert, drover. Hereford. 14 Henry George, farmer,(Greenwich. 15 Jacob H. Bain, saddle*, Fifth Ward. 16 William Helaa, farmer1 , Washington. 17 Amos Hooker, _blacksmith. First Ward. 18 Daniel Hoch. millerRichmond. 19 Emanuel Hooker, blacksmith, Bethel. 29 Moses _Hieater, miller, tipper Tulpehoccon. 21 Solomon Herbein, farrier, ltocklaud. 22 Samuel Kindt, farmer,'Maidencreek. 23 Thomas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _FBIDAT. April 17,1863. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is no quotable change in Flour, and a very limited inquiry for export; only about 600 _bbls found buyers at $7 37_%@7 62_& for western and Penn_'a extra family, at which rale it is freely offered. For home use there n rather more doing; and prices range at t_»@i> 29 for Huperfinn; $6 _A0@7 for extras ; f 7 25@7 76 for extra family, and $8@3t01? bbl for fancy brands, as in qnality, and the receipts and stocks, of good brands especially, very light. Rye Flour is in steady demand at 4 75. Corn meal is dull, at $150 for Brandy wine, and f _t 25 for Pennsylvania Meal, and the latter scarce. The receiptH to-day are 2003 bbls Flour, S100 bus Wheat. 6550 do. corn, and 8200 do Oats. There is very little Wheat ottering or trolling, and tbe market is very quiet most of the stock _bniDK _limited above tbe present views of buyers, who only offer $1 Im@1 68 for goj.l and prime Pennsylvania reds and $1 7f>@...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

WYNKOOP'S ICELAND PECTORAL. Diseases of the Throat, Chest and Pulmonary organs, are ever prevalent, insidious _BDd dangerous. The properties of a medicine t_« alleviate, cure and uproot these complaints, muBt be Expectorant, Anodyne and Invigorating loosening tbe mucus of the throat, and imparting tone to the entire _nj 'mem. _Ifo _discovery in medical science ever mastered this class of diseases like Dr. Wynkoop'e Iceland 'ectoral. It is used with the most astonishing results in all cases of Bronchitis, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Diptberia or putrid Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, Coughs, Colds, Nervous Irritability&c. The Eev. J. J. Potter, certifies, " thai I bave need Dr. Wynkoop's _Pectoral for several years, myself and my family, for severe Pulmonary _ComplalnU, and have TO* commended it to many others, and bave never seen its equal." Rev. J. J. Potter, Brooklyn, M. Y. Hundreds and thousands of important testimonials could be pro'luned, showing its remarkable cures and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

PIED. On the 16th inst., in this city, Daniel K. _Fbeks_, aged 27 years. Ou the 15th inat., in Lebanon, EDDIE, 80D Of J08lah Funk, aged 5 years. On the 14th _iunt, in this city, James M. _Lswia, aged 71 years, 4 months and 11 days. On the 14th inst., in this city, J_»hs Hab.vbb, son or Jobn and Mary _Harner, aged 20 years, 9 months and 23 days. On the 13th inst., in _tuis city, David Fkbdbbick Fox, son of John and Catharine Deeter, agod 6 years, 10 months and 13 days. , On the 11th inst., In Hospital at Washington, J._ufls T. _Millabd. a member of Company K, 128th PennaTRegiment, in the 46th year of his age. Ou the 7th inst.in Kutztown, Jacob Lehman, aged 74 years, 4 months and 29 days. On the _6tk Inst., in KtUItOWn, DAVID SlBDBB_, aged 43 years, 9 months and 3 days. On the 6th inst., in Perry, Jambs Monrok_, son of Daniel Betz, aged 5 yean and 23 days. On the 4th inst., in North Heidelberg, John L. Jacob, son of Daniel S. Wenricb, aged 7 months. On the "3d Inst., in Bernville, D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

THE SIEGE OF WASHINGTON, N. C Cieneral Fostex* Relieved. Troops and Supplies Beach Him. The _Eebels Still Investing Suffolk. We learn by a dispatch from Fortress Monroe, dated Thursday, that Gen. Foster has been relieved. The news is official, from Gen. Palmer to Gen. Dix. The substance of the relief appears to be this: A river steamer having on board a regiment of troops and supplies of provisions and ammunition had succeeded tn passing the Rebel batteries on Tar River, and reached the wharf at Washington on the 14th (Tuesday_^ The public have been hourly expecting to hear of Gen Foster's capture, since, according to the Rebel accounts, there seemed to be no reasonable chance of escape. Until this lime we have had very little from our own side, and could ¦ only wonder why, if the Rebels had got Foster in so tight a place, they did not _finish him. His safety, however, is now pretty certain, and with it will cease much' apprehension with regard to Newbern, Suffolk, and the a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

FAMILY DYE COLORS. Black, .^""FasF-v* Salmon, Dark Brown, /_Mr> ^^^ >®\ Scarlet, Snu ff Brown, (_$/ « _\o\ _^ar _^ _D™*>, Light Brown, [off BL _^ )Sj Light Drab, Dark Blue, 1 F jF$ t( Yellow, _st a. \_Le)f •-* . Light Green , HB&Sfe_^ Magenta, Fink, IISKZA _Solferino, Purp le, _JflREUt FrenehBlue ' Slate, _^mSS*_&b So!fat Par Ple < Crimson, fl_^BV Violet. TAMUUX DYE COLORS, _TfOR DETING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED _Sj Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Kid Gloves. Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Woaring Apparel with perfect fast colon. Fall directions inside each package. A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tested, and put up in neat packages, expressly for family use. For twenty-five cents you can color aB many goods as would otherwise cost five times that sum. Tho process is simple, and any one can nee tho Pyes with perfect _success....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

READING MARKET. Fbidat, April 17,1863. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per par _bnsbai $1 60 100 9>s 8 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork _^ 100 9)8. 8 00 per bushel 105 Beef (hind quarter) Rye do 90 per 100 poupds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 76 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do 78 per 100 pounds 7@8 00 Corn Meal do 1 00 Hams per pound 10 Oats do _«5 Shoulders do 7 Flaxseed do 1 30 FUtch. do g _Cloverseed do 4 50 Dried Beef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Bntter do 21 Barley do 70 Lump Butter do 22 Potatoes do 65 Firkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 78 Tallow do 9 it Salt do 50 Lard do 10 Salt per Sack 1 40 Bides, Saw do 7 and S Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Kye Whiskey, family white) ft bbl. 9 OJ per gallon 3 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fam. white) $ 100 fits 4 50 gallon 49 to 60 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed OH %) gallon 80 family) per Barrel 8 BO Eggs per dozen 18 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal (stove, egg family) per 100 a>s. 4 25 & broken, _f) 2000 fts. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

WE HAVE JUST OPENED _^ A LARGE STOCK OF SILKS, X> X: Xj _^.I3NTX3S, ENGLISH GHALUES, BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCAS_, BLACK WOOL De LAINES, Black Bombazines, BLACK COBURGS, _flSB JE_3BC J9k. ~_WKr _JSL_^t SUB 9 And all _kinidg of SPRING GOODS , (0 which <hc fUlcntiou of buyers is respectfully invited. JOHN S. PEARSON & CO., JSo. 18 West Penn Square,' March 28] _UKADING. SPRING GOODS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

WALL PAPEK —AND—DECORATIONS. !?_&!?« _itiaSAODS * GOLD BAN13 WINDOW SHADES AND jet- jt jm: rar uau a«. _bes as 9 BUFF AND GREEN HQLLANOS. BAND BOXES, 81,75 nerdoz.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

JESSE Gr. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NORTH Sixth Street, opposite the Keystone _llonsfl, Reading:. April 11,_18(i3-tf MONET 'WANTED !• f\_8 REAL ESTATE SECURITY. APPLY TO \J JACOB C. 8CIIOENER Commercial Broker. Odice—Coart street. [match 28 To the School Directors of Berks County. f_^i ENTLEMEN:—IN PURSUANCE OF THE _VJT 43rd Section of the Act of 8ih May, 18S4, you are hereby notified tn meet In convention, at the Court House, in Reading, on the first Monday in May, A. D., 1863, being Vie UhiViynf Vie month, at 1 o'clock in the afternoonand select, viva voce. by a majority of tbe whole number of Directors present, one person of literary and scientific acquirements, and of skill and experience in_«tbe art of teaching, as County Superintendent, for the three succeeding _jeara; determine the amount of compensation for tbe same; and certify the result to the State Superintendent, at HarriBbnrg, as required by the 39th and 40th Sections of said Act. J. 8. ERM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

_SPHIMTG &. _SUJMtnSEB. _STTCBS —OP—HATS AND CAPS, _g ~\ AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND OF OB. _jltt JB*. Or. _IBO_._A.JS, _£_& Ho, C West Penn Slrect, next floor to the . Union Bank of Reading, _TTETITO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM T V New-York and Philadelphia the latest styles of HATS and CAPS Adapted to the Season. He has also received a large assortment Of TRUNKS , CARPETBAGS, VALISES UMBRELLAS, Ac, which will be ¦1 old at the lowest _caflh prlcefl. As be pays Cash for all his goods, he is enabled to sell them at the lowest prices. ££" Three hundred dozen SHAKER HOODS on _hani, which will be Hold chea.ii. l_^_f A large quantity of the beet qnality of BED FEATHERS received, to which the attention of Housekeepers is>respectfully invited. Call and examine.—No trouble to show goods. [April ll-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS of Berks county, at their office in Read-Ingfrom this date until the 4th of May, for the collection of State and County Taxes in tbe Townshipa of Amity, Bethel, Bern, Brecknock; CentreColebrookdale, Douglass, KxeterGreenwich, Hereford, Jefferson, _Longswamp, Maidenereek_, _Mulilenberg_, Max&tawny_, Oley, l'enn, Parry, Richmond, Koekland, Tulpehoccon, Union, Washington and in the Borough of Kutztowu. PAUL WENRICH, ) GEORGE K. LORAH, V Commissioners. HENRY R. _UAWMAJf, S Commissioners' Office, Reading, April 11,1883-4t Dissolution of Co-Partnership. rpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXJL istlng between Henry Kerper and J. H. Parkerdoing _baainw.nnder the firm of H. Kerper & Co., has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be conducted by G. B. Kerper and J. II. Parker, under the title of Kerper A Co., who will settle the affairs of the late firm. ' UENRY KERPER, Reading, April 1,1863. J. H. P...

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