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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

The Berks Countj Troops m me Late Battles. So far as we are able to make out, the 40th, 88th, 93d and 128th Pennsylvania .Regiments—in all of which are Berks County Companieswere in the late battles beyond the Rappabannaek_. We cannot yet tell to what extent thej hare suffered, but give a list of the casualties that have been reported up to this time: Lieut. 0. H. Priestley, of Co. E, 4Cth Penna., mortally wounded. CoL Job. A. Matthews, 128(h Penna., captured. Lieut. Col. L. H. Smith, 128th Fenna. captur ed. Capt. Thomas K. Richards, Co. E, 128th Fenna.slightly wounded. A Weart, Co. B, 93d Penna., -wounded in leg. Al»in Hawk, Co. B, 93d Penna., arm. 8. Slants, Co. G, 93d Penna., arm. H. 8cheetz, Co. B, 93d Penna., shoulder. W. Brown, Co. B, 93d Penna., slight. Aug. Ermol_, Co. B, 93d Penna., hip. Charles Becher, Co. G, 93d Penna., arm. R_ M. Jones. Co. B. 93d Penna., Blight.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

GENERAL HUUKtHb KfclKfcAi. The hig h hopes that were raised in the public mind by ihe _reptrta that came to us at the beginning of the week, of the success of General Hooker's adrance beyond the _llappahannock, •were suddenly and most unexpectedly daahed on Thursday by the announcement that, after fdui 1 days' fighting, he had withdrawn his Army to its old position this tide of the river, with no remit bat the loss of ten thousand men. We have no heart to comment upon this tralddkad-for termination of a campaign that promised so well at the start, neither will we follow the example of _tha radical journals by casting censure upon Gen. Hooker, although his owo boastful criticism Of the generalship of his predecessors in command of the Army of tha Potomac, invites and would justify the severest strictures upon his conduct. We will only _express the hope that the ultimate gueoesa of aav arms has received, no serious <t!ianV frnm (ha _latft failure.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

PBM0_CBAWO XOWJISHIP _MBETIKC8.—MeeilDgS have been called, at the times and places named below, for the purpose of organizing Democratic Township Clubs: Saturday, May 9th, at 1 o'clock, P. M., in Kutztownfor that borough, and Maxatawny and Greenwich _townships. Saturday, May 9, at 1 o'clock, P. M., in Alsace, at Peter Fies'a tavern. SaturdayMay 9at 1 o'clock, P. M., in Oley, at the house of Daniel Kemp. Saturday, May 16, at 4 o'clock P. M., for Richmond township, in Walnut-town. Saturday, May 16, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for Centre _townshiD. at Lenhart's Mill.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

_Nthmbhwm? _nvvivautat. _DisTTjifT 1 hfi mih eulty in the .Nineteenth Senatorial District, composed of Bedford, Somerset and Huntingdon _oonnties, in reference to the Senatorial delegate to the Demoentie State Convention, has been adjusted. Mr. Schell, of Bedford, and Mr. Roddy, of Somerset, "to save the trouble of another meeting, and to avoid all discord among the friends of the different candidates for delegate in the district, have withdrawn from the contest," and tie conferees of Somerset have ratified and confirmed the appointment of It. Bruce l_'etrikin, Esq., " as made at Bedford on the 11th of March Lot »

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

J@f_~ Dn. G. M. Mili.br, op _JIa._mhitrc_, has graduated at the Eclectic Medical College of Philadelphia, and fuken his Degree of M. D. He pursued a regular course of study wiih l>r. R. F. Krehs, of Hamburg, before entering the Medical College as a student, n.ud has well qualified himself for the practice of his profession. We wish him all success. His card will be found in our advertising _columns.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Kl'iscoi'Ai. Oimnnii in r,ri:.\N(iN.—The corner stone of an Episcopal House of Worship, under the name of Christ Church, will be laid at Lebanon, on the corner of Cheslnut and Elizabeth streets, on Friday, the 15th inst., by the Right Rev. W. Bacon _Ktcvcns , Assistant Bishop of the _liAAOcta Far the Reading (_SnzMt and _jjtrmwrm. Mr. Editor : I bave cb'erve.l that tlie _pfleniiuii of the country generally Ikih been drawn to the resolutions passed b y the Democratic meeting recently held in Heading, and that they have received much commendation ; particularly that one which invi'.fs (he attention of the country _U <he future mode, in Hie last regnrt, of cither saving or reconstructing our Union, by the agency of the sovereign States; and (bat oue which refers to the proper amendments to the Constitution in order to guard against futm-e convulsions of the Slate. The resolution lust referred <° , euggesta that, amendments be ma I- to the Constitution which will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

THE BERKS €0. * CONSPIRACY' CASE Another Hearing in Philadelphia. Philip Iluber, Harrison OscnriJer, Dr. Augustus F. Ulig, and Gabriel Filbert, had a further heiring on Monday an.l Tuesday last , before U. »; Commissioner lloazlitt, in Philadelphia, on ;he charge of conspiracy to resist the Conscriplu,u Law. Messrs. Henry Seidel and Joseph Muihart were also brought before the Conimii>- ?;0!>er with I ho above named defendants, having _beea urrestcd by a U. S. Marshal, at their homes, eirly on Monday morning, and taken to Philadelphia in the 6 o'clock train. U. S. District Attorney Coffey and J. S. Richards, Esq., appeared for the Government. Hon. J. Glancy Jones and John ?. O'Neill, Esq-, appeared for the defendants. _^gand er Hoster_, Peter F. Herzog, William Bennethum_, John W. Ganl, Wm. Qruber, Michael Groh, Isaac Fidler, Michael B. Schoeffer and George Moyer, were examined as witnesses. The o-ily testimony of any account was that given by Mr. Groh, which we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

_NOBXOS. Estate of John Xieaderlate of XMCuhleiib_^ig iowi_^Lxp, Serks _county, deceased. _rVJOiiCii it: UJGLLEiiYT GIV"EN\ THAT LKTJAl tars of Administration nn the estate of John Leader, late of _Mnhlenbere toweship, Berks couuty, _deceased, have been granted to Wm. 11. _Mviugood, of the City of Keadiu_;. ' , county _nforiisHj_,!; all persons having claims or rJemuuds _attains! the e_^taie of the said deceased, are re-Hiifisted to make them known to the said _admiuieirator _witliont delay, aud tl'oseiud*-bt9_<l lothe estate are refiueatad to malm iiiimudiilM p>iriiiitnt. Ayril 25-nt] WM. ll LIVI?_:GOOD. Administrator. Estate ef J_"accb Reifsiiyderlate of thc_§ Boroujja of V/_umsisaorf. Berks county. 5 Qccoascd.. \\_7 MEWvWi!. f.KTTKR- TESTAMENTARY * 'y t"rl>? E-:t">..f .l:.<-,.b!l<-il-nyder._lateoftbeboroui of ¦vViiiin-l-d_._Trf, v.nk-' <;.,.: v, .1, . _v:i-_»Jli;,_ire _K , ' :.m._>d l.-v the Kp_»i-!«r of >.iid _(....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

WAR NEWS! THE BATTLE ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK DESPERATE _FZeHTZHTCh Retreat of General Hooker's Army He _Recrosses the Rappahannock at United States and Bank's Ford. O nr loss in Killed and Wounded from 10,000 to 12,000. _Tlie Reftel Loss Estimated at 20,000. The movement which resulted in the battles of Saturday and Sunday last, began on Monday, April 27th. General Hooker had determined to force General Lee out of his strong defenses at Frederickshurg, by getting to his flank aud rear; and being aware that all the fords of the llappahannock were strongly guarded by the Rebels, he was obliged to resort to strategy to cover his point of crossing. With a view to this he sent three of his corps down to the point, two miles below the city, where General Franklin crossed in December last. But two divisionshowever, actually crossed the river ; but the whole of the three corps were skillfully marched along the slope of the hills in sight of the enemy, and a portion of them being left ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Reapers and BXowers. rpHE _UNDEUSIGSED, HAVING TAKEN TIIE J Agency for Dodge, Stevenson & Go's, Celebratea Ohio Combined Reaper and Mower (BALL'S PATENT.) With or without Self-Raking _attached, also for their SINGLE MOWEKtakes pleasure in announcing to those iu want of snch Machines for the present coming; harvest, that _tbeeo machines bare been tested for years, and are warranted to work well id grain or grass, and are made in the most durable manner, so that they are easily kept in Rood working order. Orders by letter will be attended to by addressing me at Reading. The Machine can be seen and orders given at S. Herman's Seed and Implement Store, opposite the Post Office. Those in want of Machines will do woll to order early, as the large demand this seasott may e&h&ait tlid Bopply before the harvest is commenced. April 18-2mo] Q. J. WILLSON, Beading, Pa. P. S.—A few _active persons wanted in different parts of tho county to take orders and start Machines...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

DIED. On the 4th inst.. In this city, at tbe residence of Pr, A, A. _McDonongh, Terkkcr William Nolan, youngest eon of Terence Nolan, Contractor, deceased, aged 5 years and 7 mouths. Oathe2d instin this city Katt Annadaughter of _Caxpar and Elizabeth Darscli, _at_^d 7 year,) and 6 mouths. On the 2d inst ¦ in I'bilftdeip 'bia , Georoe w. Baoh, of the UStb (Corn Exchange) _ftngimeut _rnuna. Volunteers, in the _Siitta year of his age. He was buried on Wednesday last, in the Amity villa Cemetery, Amity township, Berks connty. On the 1st _inst, in Hamburg, of sickness contracted in the Army, Lieut. Albert J. Shollgnberqek, of Major Thomas S. Hichards'8 Company, 1st t_'euna. Cavalry, son of William E. and Catharine _SliuUenborger, aged 24 yeuiSi 3 mouths and 14 days. On the 29th ult., in this cityDaniel Hemmki, (son of Josepb) aged o' i years, 11 months and 9 days. On the 29th ult., in this city, Clauoa ALBERTA, daughter of _Beuneville and Deborah S. Keim, aged 3 years and 1 month. On t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _FRIPAT_, May 8,1863. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is no quotable chimge in Flour, and the market continues inactive and dull, with sales of _liiime l,r .00 bhls only to note, in small lots, at SO 25 for irood Ohio superfine, _wtiicu is Rcarce ; So for northwest exira ; $o S7J_^ lor do. family, and $r I2>£@7 25 for Ohio <]¦> T!ie-.nle,Tt.> the trade are moderate, within the l'RU'je ofjl" i57>i@e20for common ana S'""! _»npeiflue: S_«50@7 for extras; $7 12}_£@7 !¦> Tor extra laraily, ana _>$S@a 5j _fl Mil for fancy brand*, as in quality. Kye Floor is offered at S") without sales to aiiy extent. Corn Meal is steady at $4 25 for Pennsylvania, aud $S 37_^ _$> bbl for Brandy-Wine_, and tbe former scarce '1 be receipts to-day are 21l>0 bbls Flour10,100 bosh Wheat4000 do. Corn _aDil tiOOO do. Oats. There i_* very little Wheat offering; and the demand continues steady at previous rates, with timber »alHS of ;-j@7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

READING MARKET , May S, 1S63. PRICKS Of CHAIN, PAID Bl' r. BOSnOHG & S0H8, Way 8, 1S63. Corn, ..... 85 cents for 66 _ftg. Rye, - 95 cents for fi6 ts. Oats, 55 cents for 32 _fts PRICKS OF ' GRAIN, Paid at SAMUEL BUCKSDistillery. Corner of Eleventh <fc Muhlenbtrg streets. Corn, - ... 83 cts. per 56 lbs. Bye, - ... 95 •« " 5« •< Oats, - ... es " " 32 " Reading Lumber Prices Current* Rtjinrted fur thr. Beading Gazette by JACOB HZ>£YSHER, Lumber Commission YardSouth Third St., near the Lancaster Bridge. _. Keadikg, May 8. _18fi3. Hemlock Joist and Scantling, - $12 00@14 OC Poplar Boards, - - 20 _60@-t0 OC " Scantling-, - - 20 00@2.3 OC WkiteinneBoardBaad IMank, - - IS 00@50 OQ Cherry Boards and riank, - 20 00@60 OC White Pine Floor Boards, 17 00@2o OC Roofing Lath, 4 00@ 6 00 Oak Floor Boards, 23 00@28 OC White Pine and Hemlock Shingles, 4 50@19 OC Oat Boards and Plank, • 20 0O@3(i OC White _Pltia _Cdlllflg Lath, - - 1 90@ 2 00 Ash Plauk, - 20 00@30 0...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

KOTICJB IS HEREBY 0IVKN, THAT THE ACCOUNT of l>«cij»iuiti r;»i,_i«pr.ind Diinio ' BrancberAssi_^ui'esol IVtcr IJ._IUrlier. l:a_* ucr.. li!.-d iuttie _PruthonolarvV office ,.f K~rk*r.>uulV. and Ihul _lll._l SHII_18 Will tlO allllWCil it 1 III _coi_.iit-nn-il ou s,!tiii'i:,y. iin- _Siuii Udy of May, IStW, miles* tans.! Iffi.-linwu t" the " fut:i_,'ry April 2:,—It I A. \V. K. _' .LT KI''AIAN, 1_'rothon.itary. srjs--i.ii aJoticb. 1 \N AXL> _AKVt;_i; .11 i,V i-t. 1_*0;}. nil-: i'ill-*l / vii.-K-f -t •_vuv.-rij-.u _ili.> _Hi_'twBiit _imine of _LKliAli TKXPBIi K «>|-Bs l.vro Til: .-..vriOXAI.SlXl'KUC. XT. l_.nAX (_fiiiniiiiiiily rail. .I •• Kivn-TweiiliHrt") will c«a««. Aii v.ii.i v. -i.-li '» iuvc-.. 111 1!:* Kivti-Tvventy Loan must, ihvivlorij, applv bo:ur_« •»!¦! l-i <>_f -it.'IA' next. JaV _CimiKB, Subscription Agent, Apr I 11-:!:;.] -No. Ill _>onth Tbird Street, l"bila PEACOCK'S COAL AND WOOD YARD, Ciuutl' _ofStfOiiil nml Fri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

NOTICE To the Members of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Sinking Spring, Berks County, TS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT TO MEET THE Jdemands upon an exhausted Treasury, the Managers have, a» In such _cares made and provided, levied Atoopsmenr. No. 12, of one dollar upon each thousand inBured_, payable to the Treasurer, or the authorized Agents of the Company, within 40 days from date; and for the convenience of the Members, tbe following days and places have been appointed to receive payment. 4®» Members will not forget to bring their Polices when they come to pay: Monday, May 11th, Mandarbach'_s, _Womelvdorf. Tuesday, (forenoon) May 112th, Klopp's, _Stoncbsbiirg. Do (afternoon) " " _Spannnth'_x, Tnlpehoccon. Wednesday, May 13th, Peifar's, (till 2 o'clock) Bethel. Do " " Knrr'.,, (all day) Millersburg. Thnruday, Mar Mfhi Broh-v'tj, R<_jh .rorsl_>n rjf, Friday, (lomnooui m y l._'uli. Moyur's. Stranstown. Dn (af.'eruti'jii) ' " _fsoltzman'_s, Scbau.ui'stO_^vn. Saturday. May ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Public Sale of City Property. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, ON Saturday, the 2Srd day of May, 1S63, on the preinisea: All that certain three-story BK1CK _DWEkMNa MHOUSE , situate in tbe city of Beading, in Penn streetbetween Ninth and Tenth streets, containing in front on l'enn street 18 feet, and in depth 109 feet 8 inches. Persons desiring to view the property before the day of sale, can do so, by calling on Joseph Dickinson, who resides on the premises. Sale t6 £6inm_«nCe at 1 o'clock, P. M., when the condti tiocs of sale will be made known, by DANIEL M0TEH, JOHN LORAH, May 2-3tl Executors of Fredericka Moyer, dee'd. Public Sale of Valuable Property. A BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY NOW OCCUl'IJ\_ _EDH8 a flourishing Seminary, near Kutztown, Berks county, 1'a., will be sold to the highest bidder, on the premises, on Saturday, the 13th of June, 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. 31. The property consists of 13 acres of good land, Mmore or less, a large three-story BRICK DWELLING, lirick Kitchen, one-s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

FIRST CLASS HOTEL AT PKIVATE SALE. \ LL THAT ELEGANTLY BUILT FOURj\. ?wry BRICK rt_/BLIC _nOUSK, known 88 "Daniel Housnro' s Golden Swan Hotel," situate at the corner of _oj _' fean snd Fourth Streets, iu tho ctty of Reading ip'SPunnsyivinia, is offered at private sale. Lot f0 feet _J_^iiS-front on l_'eun streetand 270 feet deep on Fourth. s:_treet. Tu_« Hotel is modern built, very _substantial and. lately erected. The building is 6U feet front, by 125 fee: deer-. _Kitt a U« two-Bl6r? _biiclt _buUding. (lath-rooms with lint and cold water; water-closels on each floor. The whole _hnuee is comfortably heated by steam apparatus, wiih the latest improvements. Each room can be heated separately, if desired. Convenient waeh kitchen and _nteain drying closet. Four store rooms on flr._st flooronn on 1'eun streetand three on Fourth street. Stone arches nnder tbe entire pavementwith a good Well of Water In one ot' them; Ice House anil _Store House. A spacious and elegant Saloon in the fourt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

FUB&IC SALE -.n _( : Wharf Property In ' , ir. _Ctty of _Hearting. -\i7iLL UK SOLD :.T VUKL1C SALE, ON \i _Saturday, _tho tun day of .lune, _lnfiri_, at 1 o'clock, P. M , at the _IMckernck Mntel_. _nour the Lancaster Briden. Mm the _KhiJ Oit\ : All that c-rts»in well known MILL _and WIIARP PKOPE.TY. owned by _dmrg_^ i t. Vrill iii.d _Soinmoo Krnliaker_, situate at the _rondnenre o( Third and KinyariMU snoot* and tin; Schuylkiil Canal. _Tlifl Mill UiiildiiiK i« f.inr-ciories liiijli or 'V.nal, and threem.iiIi.h 1,11 Third ftliee*, Woll and i-ub_._rtdutiitlly J.uiit ot bliflt _:iu,l l-t._ille. With "l 1'UU Of _StlltWS. 4 III ' U'lllch MS _Kreash Bnrr; Miint ._Msirhine, with the inudvrn improveiiiHi/i.-. A Jir.-t-i:!;..-!. ;",i> hi.r.-fr power _Knouts with :_i h._iiiere • !" _O«t lung, S4 _inclo_^ di»iM->_ti>'_, Engine »nJ Hoil_^r-lio''?_-?, a two -.tory Waro-i_.ou_*.!, frame _Coopor Shop, fmine Salt Hoi,., tiki Mill b si! _lii •• i< ;0 _liyiOf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

TO FARMERS ! _PERUVUNULANO, KAW BOXES, JL l'hosphate. Ground Ra-W Bone_*, JordanVl'hosrliateof _Liuio, Land l'lHi't«r. Clover nud. Timotbr Fecdi rvudretWiia barrels, Klioilas'K .-uper-Phospaie. Together with a largo assortment of AugeVs at reduced prices, i'or sale by J. L. STICHTER, May 2-3t] Pena and Fifth _Streets, 1VIONEY TO LOAN. AP JACOB C. SCHOENER, ¦*••*- Commercial Broker_^ Office—Court street. [march 28 ~ FOR SALE, _HPflE _RESIPENOE OP THE LATE DR. WM. I OKIES in South Fifth Street, above _Praoklio, opposite the Presbyterian Church. Apply tolilCUABDBOONBi, _Bsq., South Fifth Street, above Chestnut. _-_„._-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

_REMOVAL | | HENRY CKOUSE, HAS KFMOVEl) HIS Wholesale Fancy Dry Goods and _Tfctlon More, TO :..>. Hi. _WW PJJ _^ .V Hll'AKS, _KKAUIXO, PA., t DJOININO .IOHX S. PEARSON* & CO'S., L i. where ho olT-rs t.i the trade aud retail customers, Ihe lar_^-t hihI ni"M d.'!_-_|i-.lil8 _nxhortiiient of _^o.idi iu his li ne _Bvor hrouubt t<_y this city. His stock _cunniKtH ia part ot Hosifiry ainl _(_jluvii.-, lUndkerchiefii. Tnilors' Trimmiugi,, _Perfiijncry and Fancy _Sonps; _Jewnlry. Cnmbs. l'ius, Si;_edles, 'i'hvi'ad. _Sewing Silks, Ac, Sbue Findinits, l_»rn«s, c'tdtioaery. Cutlery, and a grM»t vaiiety of _Miscellaneoan f ^'Country _Merchants. PedleisMilliut-rs and ethers _sapiilicii l>y _whoifsale «' Iho lowesi city _pritfls fvrCftsh, May 2, 1S'_«.

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