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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS C O U-NT R YN DE ALERS. CABINET -j_^SS&Mit _g_' _* _6MAT FURNITURE _^_W^^^@k INDUCEMENT _REDUdCO _^ _^^H_^_S_^_M eASH PRICES. ^^)^^P_* BUYERS. _KortU Fifth Street3rd Door above the Old State House JOHN D. BERT0LETTE, _* HAVING PURCHASED TIIE LARGE AND extensive stock of Cabinet Furniture from B. Bertolettu, he now _offern to the public the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture ever offered for sale to tbe citizens of Reading and vicinity. His stock consists of PARLOS, HALL, LIBRARY, CHAMBER, _VINlifG ROOM and KITCHEN i'_ttiuiUtire, all of bis own manufacture, and made in the inwt •workmanlike manner, and warranted to give entire satisfaction. _Employing none but experienced workmen, he feels confident ot success. SO TMS TSLA.DE. He has constantly on band a large stock of Walnut, Mahogany and Kottewood Veneers, which have been selected with much care. Coach _£ody, Flowing, Cabiuet, Japan and Shellac Varnishes; Undertakers' and Upholster...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Philadelphia and Reading Ball uOai) ¦WINTER ARRANGEMENT 0 mmmmam* _^_ZT*?^ (Paxs,lng Reading) DOWN, TO _^ PHILADELPHIA , at 6.30 and 11,10 a J TJP_^TO ' pOTTSviLLE, at 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. j, WEST, TO LEBANON AND _HAKRISBURcj. Western Express from New-York, at 12 07 mlduiui. Mail Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and 0.00 P. M. *"• On Sundays, the Down A. II. Train iiasBes _Kearf. _6.4t A. M., and Up Tr-.la, _»t «..« P. M. ' K **_'"ll» .l! Both 11.10 A. M. and 6.00 P. M. up Train, connect .t i, Clinton forTamaqua,Williamsport, Klmira, Buffalo \ ''*• aud Canadn. l ''lil »'»i| Tbe 11.10 A. M. Train only connects at Port _C' for WilkeHbarre, Scrauton and Pitteton. : '_'-> The Western Express Trains connect at _Tfarrisl.iir Express Trains on the Pennsylvania hailroad fur i_^_1 burgh, and all points _Wefct i and the Mall VrainH L _iiik at _Harrisburg for Lancaster, _Chambewbnrg_, _Snnburr »" liamsport, Lock Haven, _Klutira and the Oanadas ' ' "' Through First-Clam Coupon Tickets, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

" Don't Cky, Sohht."—In the absence of locals of interest, relating to our own neighborhood , we are occasionally forced to go beyond the limits even of the Commonwealth, to find that which will amuse or instruct our own readers. Here is an item fresher and better than any of the "old jokes" which Artemus Ward disposed of with so much profit to himself a few erenings since. The Cleveland Herald is responsible for the story i A few days since the wife of & worthy mechanic in one of our machine _shopg, was taken verjr sick, the immediate occasion ' of the sickness being a design to change the figures of the census. The lady in question is of large stature, whilst her "liege.lord " is one of those specimens of humanity that are sometime* done up in small _hniuilaa Matters were approaching a crisis in the sick ehamber, and the paterfamilias that was to be, was seated by the stove, overcome with woe in dread of an unfavorable termination. His face was buried in his hands, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

OFFICE OF _JAV COOKS, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET. PHILADELPHIA, November 1,1862. THE UNDERSIGNED . HAVING BEEN Appointed SUBSCRIPTION AGENT by tie Secretary of the _Trenoory, in now prepared to furnish, at once, the New Twenty Year 6 per cent Bonds Of tbe United _states, designated aa •• Five _Twenties," redeemable at (he pleasure of the Government, after five years, and authorized by Act or Congress, approved February 26, 1862. The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of $90, $100, ?500, and $1000. The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $50, $100, $500, $1000 and $5000. Interest at Six per cent, per annum will commence from date of purchase, and is payable nr , Semi-Anouallr. wbicb is equal, at tbe present premium on gold, to about EIGHT PEK CENT. PER ANNUM. Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics. Capitalists, and all who have auy money to invest, should _koow and remember that these Bonds are, in effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon all Railroads, Canals...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

TO _«S PUBfcXC. OWING TO THE WONDERFUL INCREASE In onr business, and tbe want of sufficient mom to accommodate the same, we have found it necessary to extend the boundaries of our yard, and have accordingly leased the 1-pmbkr Yahdsituated on Third Street below Fine _Strert, which will be used exclusively for piling HEMLOCK and WHITEPINKJOJSTSCANTWWO,RAPTBR8_, and 9ILL TI_1UBBK, of all sizes aud lengths. In eur old yard, on the rtorth side of Pine street, extending from Third to Fourth street, will at nil timed be found to contain a full assortment of seasoned BOAEDS, PLANK SHINGLES&c. . . Onr facilities for supplying Lumber hereafter, will be snob (bat they cannot be surpassed in tula or any other market in tbe State»nd onr prices will be found to be lower than at any other yard in this city. It is ott*r pur? pose to keep ou hand every article that should be kept in a First Class _Lckbkk Yard, and any artiole that may not be on hand when culled for, will be procured at sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

A BULLY LITTLE SONG. Aib—" La me kiss him/or his mother." WRIT BY MBLet me kiss her for her. father—The bewitching Polly Ann—Lot me kiss her for her brother, Or for any other man. Let me lues her for somebody, Any body in the world, With her hair so sweetly auburn, And bo gloriously curled. Let me _kiaa her for her " feller," And I . donot care a red, If he taps me on the smeller, With his "billy " made of lead. How that "feller'_a " lips would kiss her Till his jacket-strings would break, But perhaps he wouldn ' t t hank me , If I kiss her for his sake! Let me Just her for her daddy—The pretty, pouting elf—Or , if that don't suit the famil y, Let me Mm her f or Myself! Which is the best" poem " I ever writ,—owing to the subject.—Logan Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

LOOK HERE! JB. BIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS ,hi_» friends and the public, that be has opened a new Store on Penn street, No. 83, next door to J. B. Rltter'_s Cabinetmaker Store, where he invites the eitizens of Reading and vicinity, to his splendid stock of RSAireviiKADii _cnossasra, Consitin* of OVERCOATS. PROOtC OOATSt, P4_#? and VESTS, of various colors and qnalitiM, got up ' under his own supervision. He is also supplied .with a good stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, which will be made to order Id tbe neatest and moat Fashionable Styles at the lowest cash prices. Having considerable experience in this branch of business, he feels confident of _giving general satisfaction. Be has also on hand a good assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as White ShirtsOvershirts, UndershirtsDrawer*, Collars, Cravats of different stylos and colors, Stockings and Gloves, and Bash coeds iu are found In a Store or (bin kind. Jan 2t-3m] JACOB B. RIX3TINE, Reading. N. B —All goods...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

ABXOS SBIBEX'S _CBUBAT _^C&K WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL _Wk SADDLE AND HARNESS <_^B»V _x«_ MANUFACTORY, CffiT mj§_&_*_SL East Penh _Stubkt, Uktweem SSm . &wMB _SUVKNTH AMU E.'OHTH \ EpePffitl 8onth Side > nearly opposite T» sic'i \>f W "IV' Berk* County _Hotifce. The d»ly ^^iS_^mf_^A P l"««Ba_»t _»t 'he Kail Komi, VI""'*" * _^i ' BKABING, PA. _^_E **«<»Q» .o*%< l»^ January 14,1860-tf , K. O. CHKSEBROUGH. _MAAC O. PKAB80_S _CHESEBEOUGH _^ FEAASON O-eneral _Coniaissioii Merchants, AND DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & _PROVISION Jfo. 5 North Water Street, 3 doors aUte Marktt PHILADELPHIA , TTAYE _oonRtanlly on hand a large assortment !fc«.FIS _\C .S?B3 _& HAMS ' 8_HOWJJEKS, Ac, *c, _wEKh they will sell at the l»w»st market prices. J_^ All _Ottlawi p_*o>»t,Hy _attfeaed to. \fvb _s, l_^fl-tf _^ GL .ASS ! GLASS I _f 0_XA8S ! !.'—A LA _ttflB -„ _'!1 _'*^ «W»prisl% i» part Genuine Keeded V«inonGobletsOhamps,Win_#s,B«gs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

PRINCE & CO'S., World * Kenowned Melodeons and Harmoniums, _M__. WITH THE LATEST PATENTED BrfSaTSi111ni|iiiiMmi iiTii_, 1 _utTnflur*tup llin _TTnnnr f '- _SttPtFtRi with the effect of Pedal bass on the cheapest U « H U "Instruments—troni $15 tofcifiO. EAENEST GABLER'S UNSURPASSED at- m j*_±. mr «?» _ss9 • 7 and iy£ Octaves, full Iron frame, _overstrung, small and large sizes, plain and very richly finishedfrom $176 to $400. accordiug to style. Aleo, Pianos by other makers. [5P Every Instrument Warranted. For sale at the Io wesi wholesale prices, and a liberal deduction for Cash, or on small and convenient montbly instalments. ¦ JAMES 1SELLAK, Sole Agent, S79 and 2S1 South Fifth Street, above Spruce, Sec 6-timol Philadelphia. TRUSSES. T)UPTURE CAN BE CURED BY A TRUSS |\OK THE RIGHT KIND, IF PROPERLY FITTED AND DULY ATTENDED TO. This has been _abundantly demoDBtrated in innumerable instances by (he use of the JUULTJFJSDAli TMU3S of DK. BIGGS, .dnriog tbe last few years. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

LIST OF COLORS: Black, /^_paSt_^v Salmont Dark Brown , / _fy_^ ' ^^\ Scarlet, Snuff Brown, l_£_f A \^ J Dark Drab, Light Brown, f( % 9_^ M Light Drab, Dark Blue, \l / _$_\ )>) Yellow, LJffht Blue, _T_~JL~m_^ffr _^_yte Yellow, Dark Green, tBSB&*l4_^. _J Orange, Light Green, _fClfwL_^W _jk Magenta, Pink, _^^BGS_^^A Solferino, Purple , ' _j5RC!^«s«jl- FrencJiBlue. Slate, _JBKS_^^IxR °mf ?**_$*> FAMILY DYE COLORS, F_3R DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, RibboDS. _Olore_", Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast CO lots. 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. For twenty-five cents you can color as many goods as would otherwise cost five times that tram. The process is simple, and tiny one can use the wves with _pnfect success. Directions Inside. Manufactured by HOWB &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

For Rats, Mice, Roaches, \ ntg, Ited. lings, _Blotbii in Furs, Woollens, &c. _IiigectH on PI _vnta, Fowls, _AulmiOa, _Ac. Pnt op in 25c. 50c. and $1 00 Boxep, Bottler, and Flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public _Isstitdiioss _, &c. "Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Rats come out of their holes to die." 49- Sold Wholesale iu all large _cities. -OS" Sold by all BuvamsTS and Hbtaii.srs everywhere. JtHf!!! _Bemtarb!!!" of all worthless imitations. *»- See th»t ". Costak_'s " name la on each Box. Bottle, and Flask, before you buy. 49-Address - HENRY R. COSTAR_, *S- Pbiscipal Depot 482 Ukoacway, N. Y. MS- Sold by—HARVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale and Retail: si. S. _Stbvbss ; J. K. McCobdy j R. P. Huhtkr & Co., HEALING. PA. fJanl7-flmo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

TAR KANT'S EFl'ERVESUENT SELTZER APERIENT. rpHIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIX cine has universally received tbe moot favorable re commendationD of the Mkdical _Psofbbsioh and the _rcui/ig, _RH.ilie most Efficient antl _Aobeeablk . SALINE APERIENT. • It may be used with the best effect In Bilious and Febrile Diseases, _Costiveness, Sick Headache, JSaneeaLoss of AppetiteIndigestionAcidity of the Stomach, Torpidity of tbe Liver, Goat, Rheumatic Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PUhGATlVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to tbe wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, ltesidentsof Hot Climates, Persons of Sedentary HabitsInvalidR and Convalescents; Captains of Vessels and Planters will find it a valuable addition to Ih«ir Medicine Chests. It is in the form of a powder, carefully pn up in bottles, to keep iu any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful eflervekcent beverage. Numerous testimonials from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_PHiLADELPHSA SHIRT AND COJjIiAR HQVSS 1000 Dozen HICKORI SHIRTS. 1000 do. jGra _* ** f*{1 ™™ _VIMaML mnn nn J A8BORTED FANCT TRAVELLING 1000 do. J SHIRTS. * J WHITE MUSLIN SHIRTS from 1000 do. _| $9> a5 rjpwardg. 100O do. DENIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COTTONADE PANTALOONS. 5 Manofactukkbs of the MINER'S WELSH ) I FLANNEL SHIRTS. \ An«_ft Large Assortment of I.INEV And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, And GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. For Sale by* BENNETT, RUCH & CO., Manufacturers, 31T Church Alley. Jan 17-3mo] PHILADELPHIA, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATS OF PBWIfSTTtVAOTA OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND 5 EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., Bettoeen Dock and Third Sts. PHILADBliPIUA. xtrconroxLATBD xsr 1794. CHARTER PERPETUAIi. O_^._FXTA.Xj_, $2OO,OOO. Properties ot the Company, Feb. 1, 1861, $507,094 61. Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation Insurance. DIRECTORS. HENRY P. SHEKRERD, WILLIAM R. WHITK, SIMEON TOBY, GEORGE H. STUART, CHAKLESMACAIiESTER, _SAUUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM S. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGNER. JOHN B. BUDD. THOMAS B. WATTSON_, HENRY G. FREEMAN, CHARLES S. LEWIS. GEORGE C. CARSON, HENRT D. SHERRERD, President. WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. •* 3- Applications for _Insarauce may be made to WILLI AM KEEI.V, at Howard k Go's. Express Office. May 11, 1561-ly .,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

RECRUITS MM, F0 THE 55T1I PENNSYLVANIA - mK_^_aaz_^Es-M. _' _mMvszmsrmc_* _^ COL. n, WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFORT, 5ODT1I CAROLINA OR ANY PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT NOW IN SERVICE. A BLE-BODIED YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED fX. to fill up the Regiments now iu the service of the United States. The undersigned has opened a Recruiting- Rendezvous At Henry H. Manderbach'_s Hotel, In the Borough of WomelBuorf. „ Lieut. G. M. PARSONS, . Of 6uth Keglment _Fennuylvania Volunteers, _Aagnst 23-4t*l Recruiting Officer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

TO THE LADIES GLASS AND &UEENSWARE, WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of the following kinds of FANC7 CBX2JA ARTICLES: French China Vases, 7 doz. pairs, all sizesCard Baaketi Card _iteceivers, Jewel Boxes. Cologne Bottles, Motio Cof fees. Watch Holders, _lokstaods_, Cigar 8tand*. and a varitir of other fancy goods suitable for the What-Not. Also . Bobemian and Z_^reneli _Glassware 8uch _asWine Bottles, Decanters, Goblets and Win* _Ola_^_ei Liqnorfcetts, Cigar Stands, Card. Basket*. Cologne _Buitla Cake and Finit _Sunds In great variety, Castors, Salt &U _lars, CandlestlckN, Tumblers, 4c, 4c, and Common Gl»«<_- ware of ovtry description; together with an extonsin stock of QVBBXrSWA&Xl, Consisting in part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet setts. Tea and _Coffeu Cups. Dinner, _llreakfiist and Butter Plate " Dhtotfillklgti_, Pitchers. Mags. BowU, 4c. 4c.. _«S a full line of common ware, all of which we offer at onasually low prices. An _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

EAST PENNSYIiVANIA RAILHOAD Winter Arrangement COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBE R17_M, Jse; Direct to New-York Without Change oj Ca,, -SS_^^p- _MmJIhov. 17th1862, Passenger Tr.iM DM HUP j _gfri _yp^^n leave Heading dailv , " . days excepted) for _Alientown, Hauch _Chuok, _Hhk " hem, _Eiutton, New-York, 4c, 4c, at 6.18 A. M.. H i- M., and 4.20 P. M. from the . ' lj i . UPPER DEPOT. The _O.io A. M. train i8 the Eastern _Rxpress_, Wl \,. change of _otra from Pittsburgh, aud arrives in Sewlv . ' at 10.o0 A. M. This train will stop only at _Lyonn Alii, town, Bethlehem, Kastonand the principal station* on _>>. Jersey Central. '¦' The 11.18 A. M. Train will stop at all Stations _betw«, Beadiugand _Allentown, and tbe 4.20 P. M. Train Jk Stationsexcept _Memown and Al tiartis, " The 11.1ft A. M. Train arrives in Mew-York at 6.00 r M and the 4.20 P. M. Train at 10.15 p. M. ' Trains will leave Mew-York daily (except Sunday,), 6 A. M., 12 noon, and 7 P. M., at the foot of Coartlut ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

NEW DRY GOODS. JOHN S. PEARSON «&. CO., tfp. 18 WiCST PKNN STREET, MAVE NOW ON HAND A LARQE ASSORTment or very desirable WINTER DRY GOODS, to i tbe attention of purchasers is respectfully invited. The stock comprises: Elegant Silks, French _Merinoes, Printed Herlnoes, Repps, AU Wool _De Laines, " Printed Cashmeres, Crape Poplins, Plaid Valencias, Shepherd Plaids, Piloted Cohurgs_, Chalne Lalne _Sbawln, isroche Shaw_^e, Shepherd Plaid Shawls, Fancy Plaid Shawls, Cloth Sacques, Cloth Circulars _Clothx; Ca-siineres and _VenHs_^. Linens and White Goods, _fcinbroidcries, Gloves aud H.htery, _flauneU, ¦ 'SH-tinptt_*, Jeans, QinKhaniB_, *c. * I nov»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

COAL OIL WORKS, MANUFACTUR E THE BEST BURNING OIL in the City; warranted pure and sweet, non-explo-. ess smell when _burning, no orUptug the wick, barns onger than any other Oil made in Philadelphia, to which l_.WRI_.OOJ _CurtiBcates can be obtained. AlsoBENZINE always on hand. Office No. 23S North Third street, Phila. 'JACOB 8. FRY. dec 13-3m] aEO. LERGII & CO., _Heading, Agentg. KOLLOCK'S DANDELION COFFEETHIS PREPARATION, MADE FROM THE best Java Coffee, is recommended by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE for General Debility, Dygpepgla . and all bilious disorders. Thousands who have been compelled-to abandon the _twe of coffee will n«_a this without Injurious effects. One can contains the strength of two pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 25 cents. KOLLOCK'S LEVAIN, ' The purest and best BAKING POWDER known, for making light, sweet and nutritious Bread aud cakes. Price ffl cents. _Manufactured by " . . M. H. EOLtOCK, _Cfaemist_, Cornei*of Broad and Chestnut St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Ooscbenboppen _XKCutoal Fire Insurance Company. ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MAN-£\_ _agers of the above named Company, held on the 22d day of November, A. D., 18B2, the fullowinif _amendmeuts to the By-Laws were adopted, to take effect upon the commencement of the period for which the Charter has been extended, to wit: On the 3rd day of March, A. D., 1S63. In Article 6th, after tbe word* ¦' All property both real and personal, may be insured for three fourths its actual cash value" insert tbe words: The insured bein'g entitled to tbree-fuurths of tbe cash value of any loss Sistaioed. Strike oat Article 7th and instead thereof limit the following By Law, to wit: The insurance to be daring the continuance of the Charter, provided, the rates of _assessment authorized by Section 6th of the Act of Incorporation, and Section 4th of the Act Supplementary to said Act, be paid into the bands of the Treasurer, agreeably to the provisions of said Sections.' Should any insurer neglect or refa...

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