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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

iePo) PHILADELPHIA f 1Sfto l«bd PAFBR HANGINGS. { lbbd BOWBLL & BOV&SB, CORNER FOURTH & MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA, have now in stock, a fine vari ety of Wall Papers, got up expressly for their Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE, to which they invite the attention of _Storekeepers. 49- In their Retail Department, will be found the choicest styles of the season. [Fab. 14-3 moa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

QWEET CORN, AT JO PEOCOCK'S, Feb 7] 40 South Fifth Street. N EW _HAMSTSHOULDERS AND BEEF, AT PEOCOCK'S. Xeh 71 40 South Fifth Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

MARRIED. On Tuesday morning, Febrnnry U1,1SG3, at the _residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. E. Sadtler, of Lutherville, Mil.. Re/. Augustus T. _Gkissenhainbk. of Bethlehem, l'a., [0 .Miss Blenoi_;a :_>., daughter of Key. Professor Schmucknr, of Gettysburg, Pa. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

KOLLOCK'S DANDELION COFFEE. THI S PREPARATION, MADE FROM THE best Jatm Coffee, is _recommsndnd by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS _BKVSKAGB for General Debility, tfyepepsin, nod all l,ili->_n« _Jieordero. Thooaniidit Wt<>ll*«« been compelled to abandon tbe tua>_of coffee will use tbte without _injurldnn effect". Oue can contains the strength of two pound* of ordinary coffee. Price '26 cents. KOLLOCK'S LEVAIN, The _pureet and bwt BAKING POWDER known, for making light. «w_«etend nutritious Bread Hiid cakes. Price 15 wnU, Msuofoctared, by . ......... H. H. _KOLIiOCtv, _Cbemlnt_, Corner of Broad and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. *_sT Sold by all Druggists and Grocers. [March I-iy FRENCH'S HOTEL. ON TBS _EUROPEAN PLAN, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Rooms Fifty Cents per Day City Hall Square, corner Frankfort St., (_QrroWB _Crrr Hall.) MEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED JN the spadons refectory. There Is a Barber's Shop and Rooms attached to the Hotel. JO- Beware...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

tttitfi-taac_^i Ah Odd Ikchhsnt ih Cht-rch — A correspondent of "Harper's Drawer" furnishes ibe following, -which ia both new »ad good ¦ - A few years _Bince, _vftnb -ravelling in one of the mountainous and somewhat barren counties of Northwestern Georgia, in Ihe early spring time and upon the Sabbath day, I reined up my horse at the front of an bumble log church aitu-»ted in a _beantifnl groTc The congregation had assembled, the iufcide being _pruity well _fillod by the white settlers living thereabout. Outside, upon stumps and _uuder the sb*dc of trees, were to be seen groups of Afric 's sons of lofl, cleanly _dreeoed, and apparently fnU of enjpy_«nc«>l t ftS tie broad grin and occasion.*! loud ehuekla demonstrated. I entered and took a seal. The warm Southern sun, looking down upon the earth with ita balmiest and kindliest greeting ; the Jail and reverend form of the aged pas tor of divine life; and tbe rapt, solemn expression of upturned faces, all lifted the soul w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THB stats or _raxfxrsxx.vAnrxA OFFICE, NOS. 4 AND 6 EXCHANGE BUILDING, North Side of Walnut St., Between Dock and Third Sts., PHILADELPHIA. ' OTCORPORATBD IW 1704. CHARTER PERPETUAL, O A -FITAXj. 82OO,OOO. Properttes ot tbe Company, Feb. 1, 1861, $507,094 61. Marine, Fire and Inland Trantfortation Insurance DIRECTORS. HENRY D. 8HERRERD, WILLIAM S. WHITE, SIMEON TOBY, GEORGE H. STUART, CHARLES MACALSSTER, SAMUEL GRANT, Jr., WILLIAM S. SMITH, TOBIAS WAGNER, JOHN B. _BDDD, THOMAS B. WATTSOnT, HENRY _Q. FREEMAN, CBAKIES S, LEWIS, GEOR_8K C. CAB8_OJJ, HENRT D. SHBBKBRD, President. WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. ¦ 49* Applications for _Iasarance may be mad* to WILLIAM KEELY, at Howard & Co_'_s. Express Office. May 11, 1861-ly _^ PRINCE & COS., World Kenowned Melodeons ma . Uarinoniums, - _^^--_^_-_^ WITH THE LATE8T PATENTED ¦^^9MHimprovements. introducing tbe Basso tenuto p_^_V^^nniwlth the effect of-Pedal bass on the cheapest U _«.V tf VInstruments—fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Amount ot Tax Assesacd. During the Tear i8oa. sjj 2 _^2 ft Names of Townships. g-_^. g _oS s Jo a S ' B < o Albauy, ] 66S 23) I 6_fiS 23 237 10 Alsace, . ! 459 71 65 90 602 72 105 2_x Amity, J1194 70 U»4 70 3_,H 22 Bern, 1222 &7 8S3 37 3«9 04i 24» - ,\) Born, Upper, »B* 49 _»68 49 1 Botb»], 12_B9 6-_| 301 ll» 967 88| 277 S2 Beruvlllp, 175 3ci 36 26 139 11 Brecknock, { 440 72i 322 38 118 34 _Carnarvon, ! 644 27| B44 27 Oentro 9S8 IT 9»8 17 421 CJ) Colebrookdale, 806 32 tCO 00 236 32 Cumru, UOt 94 »18 S>5 249 39 177 fij District, 3_tS 19 17 CO 801 »a _ajo -4 DouglBHS, I 61? 99 «!2 09 61 13 E»rl, 425 IB 21 63 403 63 102 00 Exeter {1606 34 50:110 1013 24 Greenwich, _Qg6 4X 209 91 776 62 200 Co Hamburg, 428 63 336 39 93 14 _Heidelberg, Uor. 56 888 54 217-0! 1 To U HeMrfberg, Ijower, 1678 10 '?? 91 9_^8 J9: _p,0 w Heidelberg, Nortb, 071 46 671 48 I Hereford, 900 67 803 67' 740 40 Jefferson, : 652 40 M7 43 bOl 97 j 174 00 Kutztotcn. : 437 32 437 3_v _LoDgflwam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Ca» a Carpet Bag Eat ?—It -was but a day or two ago, while travelling upon the cars between this city and Columbus, that a train stopped at a small village not a hundred miles off, the conductor crying out ; 'Fifteen minutes for dinner.' The passengers, of whom there happened to be a large number, rushed into the dining apartment, and took the seats at the table, one of them depositing his carpet-bag in the chair next to him. At the usual time the landlord passed around to make his collection, calling upon the aforesaid passenger for his payment for dinner. •How much?' says the passenger. 'Eighty cents,1 replied the landlord. ' Eig hty cents for dinner ? why that is eitortionate.' • No, sir; it is not extortionate. Ain't that your carpet-bag V _< Yes sir; that is my carpet-bag.' Well, that carpet-bag occupies a seat and of Bourse I must charge for it.' 'Oh! is that the case? Well, here is your •ighty cents.' Turning to the carpet-bag the passenger re marked: 'Well, Mr. Ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Amount 0/Bonds held against the County of Berks, on the Ut day of January, 1863. Jacob H. Reiff ' 600 00 John £. Manner 989 00 B. Amelia fisher 850 0_<> William K. _Stauffer 1271 00 _WiHIom Yd _* ung 1000 On Jaeob Toang 10i)0 00 Susanna Ritter 400 00 Jaeob L. _Griesemer 3C0 00 George Feather, _Bsq 600 p_< John D. Knabb 14uO 00 Wash. Ben. Society 701) " 00 Daniel Bitler 660 00 Deborah S. Fisher 750 OO !.ydi& Schneider 410 OO Daniel D. Haarar 1130 00 Jacob Young iQQ W Ignite Reiff 900 0 ¦ John F. _Mcerg, _Eiq fO) 00 Heujamlo R. Peter 600 00 .ToBiah Spohn 1200 00 Peter Schneider 238n 00 Daniel Faber 800 0D David 8chnelder 3460 0» _Msgdalana Wilbelm 6<0 00 William Knabb 600 00 Daniel L. Griesemer 950 0' Geo. b Samuel Deturk 860 00 Philip Spobu 1000 10 Jonas Herbeln 900 (K) Jacob Weidner 300 00 eau.n»«b«ff«f gi o 00 George Beaver fiOO Oi) Amanda Hartman 2850 0.) Elizabeth Trootman 600 00 James Morris 400 00 Benjamin Mertz 10U0 00 William Arnold . 26M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Ooschenhoppen BCntnal Fire Xnsur ance Company. ATA MEETING OP THE BOARD OF MAN. J\_ _agers of the above named Company, held on the 22d day of flovember, A. D., 1662, the following amendment_* to the By-Laws were adopted, to take effect upon the commencement of.the period for which the Charter has been extendedto wit: On the 3rd day of March, A. 1) 1S63. In Article 6th, after tbe words "All property both real and personal, may be insured for three fonrths ita actual cash value," insert _^ tbe word.; TU _nwurwi being entitled to three-fourths of the cash value of any loan guKtained Strikeout Article 7th and instead thereof Insert the following By Law, to wit: The insurance to be daring toe contlnnanee of the Charter, provided, tbe rates of _assessment authorized by Section 6th of the Act of Incorporation and Section 4th of-the Act Supplementary to said Act, be patd Into the bands of the _Treasurer, agreeably to the _provl. sions of said _SeeUone. 8hoald any insurer neglect or reruse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Outstanding Tax. Jacob Welgeman, Womelsdorf, 1869, 27 04 John Dautrich, Alsace, 1869, S13 34 Charles Wien, District, 1869, 37 12 350 46 William Kline, Bethel, 1860, _">2 65 _Cbarleo Lebold, Hamburg, 1860, 212 oe Lewis A. Livlngood, Womelsdorf, I860, 23 99 _Readhto : Aaron Getz, N. W. Ward, I860, 259 18 Edward _Schmeck, S. E. Ward, I860, 22 73 621 01 John Borkert, Bethel, 1861, 688 14 John h. XinlMl. Bernville_, 1861, llO 01 David _Sholtz. Earl, 18*1. * 76 96 Samnel _Btrnnk, Exeter, 1861. 264 06 Reuben Adams, _Hamburg, 1S61, 125 26 Daniel ColemanOnteleunee, 1861, 127 88 Abraham H. Sbaeffer. Pike,-1861, 1 4 98 Henry G. Heffner_, Richmond1861, 268 03 William Freeborn, Womeledorf, 18J1. 44 76 READlriO! Christian _Scboliz, N. E. Ward. 1861, 681 74 William Keen, a. W. Ward, 1881, 1124 37 Daniel fchultz, 8. E. Ward. 1861, 683 13 John B. Grlulnger, 8. W. Ward, 1S81_, 138 03 4196 34 The above ii a correct statement of the outstanding tax on the let day of January. A. D , 1863 WILLIA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

g&* Thi following appeared on a letter from a soldier, addressed to a young lady:—"Soldier's letter, and na'ry a red. Hard tack ia place of bread. Postmaster shove this through. I've aa'ry a stamp, bnt seven months due." Desirable City Lots For Sale. rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT PRIVATE I Sate at moderate rate* ° "Tire Building Lota ob North ninth street. flva Building Lou on the _wnt aide or Hose alley, East of Ninth street. Three Building Lots on the west Bide of Sorth Tenth ¦ beet, and fourteen Building Lota on the east side of Slow The conditions will bemade easy to purchasers, the proprietor being willing to leave-two-thirds of the _purchase _moilST stand o» the premisesif secured hy Bond and Mortgage, and allow payment to _ba made In installments of 10.20 and SO Dollars, until tbe whole debt is paid, provided that one-third of the purchase monoy is paid oa delivery of the Deed. This is a nure cnaneafor Laborers and Mechanics to seenre homes, as taeloU an In the neigh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

RECRUITS WANTED, FOR THE 55TII PENNSYLVANIA COL. R. WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFORT, SO UTH C AROLINA , OR AT_»'Y PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT NOW IN _SERVICE, A BLE-BOMED YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED i\_ to C!l np !ho K?_Klmouts now in _tiie _wnrice of the _Ujiiled _rttfir_*. Tils _nndersigard hnn _opennd h Recruiting Rendezvous At Henry 0. MaiiJerWl._'f, Hotel, in tlia HiH-0ll_«h Ol W_«7;oel_«lnrf. Lieut. O. H. _PARSONS, Of Mtli Regiment l_'_ennnyWauin Volunteers, AuenKt 23-4t*J Recruiting Officer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

READING SAVINGS BANK. INCORPORATED MAY U, 185flL CAPITAL, _«50,000. Banking House, East _Marktt Square, North Side, Reading 1 , Pa. J-VEPOSITS EECEIVED PROM TEN CENTS 1 / to Ten Thousand Dollars. Honey U received on dapoult from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M,; and on Wednesday and Satnrday evenings from 7 r. M. to 8 r. m_. Interest will be allowed at the rate of Five per cent, per annum, on all sums remaining on deposit, for one year or more. . On sums remaining lees than a year, Interest will be allowed at tbe rate of Four per centper annum. 49- All the _anseu of the Bank and the individual prop trty of _tftettotkholfare , are liable for the payment of De pomta. Persona who have money to _deponlt, are Invited to call at the Banking House for further information. DIRECTORS. . David Todbk, Gidbox firman, Michael _Gbdbeb, Cokbad Rbbbb DABIBl! B. LOBAH, COHKAD T. BbIDLBB. A. F. Boas PresidMt—A.. F. BOAS. dashU»—^ADAM 1BIZE. _fdee27-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

B_^_T A writer Boston Musical Times ridicules the music furnished at private parties. He says he does n't often go into society, but found himself at one -the other evening. Tbe daughter of the house, a pretty, graceful girl, eat down to the piano to sing, and enunciating the words with the usual distinctness of lady vocalists, aa well as he can remember, this was what he heard:— The «U»' waves beside I lore gather flowers From——smiling—bowers. I low ¦ break—day mark The tremble dark Bat ob fur to be With tb.ee, nine own beloved, with theft Two _glpeey _malda are we.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_JB_' _uak. *x? COAL OIL WORKS, "ft/_TANUFACTURE THE BEST BURNING OIL 4_jJL »n tbn City: warranted pure and sweet, non-explo _nive/le** «un«_rll when burning, no crit>plng the wick, barns louger _tban auy other Oil made in I'hiladelpljia, to which 1,_100,'KO _OrttrtcRteH «iii be obtained. Also. BENZINE always on hltud. Office No, 2*3 Jiurtta Third _street, Phila. JA<;OB S. FBV. dec 13-3in] GEO. LEKCB & CO.. Heading, Agents

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

T AYE3, BUNCH ANDSEEDLE8S RAISINS , JjP-Om, «««. Ap_^Or._BgM _. L.mo_._s _.K_^c., _Jefc 7] 40 South Fifth Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _5P* ESTABLISHED A8 A BEFTJOB FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. DR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE most CertainSpeedy and only Effectual Remedy in tbe World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or Limbs, _Striaores, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, I a voluntary Discharges, Irapotency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, 'timidity. Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, _Dlsesse or the Head, ThroatNose or SkinAffections of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Tenth—theme secret and solitary practices mow fatal to their victims tb»n the song o« Syren* to the Mariners of _Ulysseg, _blighting their most britlUnt hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c, impossible. -rovma men Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit...

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