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SATURDAY: JUNE 21, NM
TIIE INVASION OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The Rebels in Sight of Carlisle
Gen. Jenkins's Rebel Force
ae 2 icConnell,4blll."*..
I:ecreupation of Chambcrsburg by
HARRISBURG, June 23, 1863
This morning at ten o'clock telegraphic cum
implication tram Chambersburg again ceased for
time. The cause was only suspected. It
n ow appears that, the rebels reoccupied the
N7ll this morning. their advance guard being
virionely eseimated at. from five to ten thuusaud
wong. Brigadier General Knipe fell back be
e t hem with his forces upon Shippeneburg,
ntere be him balled. Efbeetemoved all the Gov
eenueent stores and moveable property_
nal enemy have gutted all the stores in
Cirtutbersburg and Greencastle. They have
I,e,,, w kw denuded the whole country of horses
and cattle. Nothing reliable is known of their
numerical strength. the statements concerning
them are so contused or 'exaggerated. To ad
vance much further they must tight.
TB E,REDELS ADVANCE OAT SIIIPPENSBURG
61111.TAIIN ' S STATION, FINE MAO FROM
CAILLISNE, PA., Jane 24, 1863.
fur forces evacuated Shippettaburg to day at
minutes past one o'clock, and fell back jo
The enemy fired some volleys, but did no in
jury that we cea hear of. There wits a perfect
stampede of the oitisens of the town.
The rebels brag that they will
.he in, arlisle to
morrow. They polluted our eaealry io Stoughts:
town, on the Pike road.
We went to Newville;but:had to leave that place
at six o'clock, as a report came in that the Reb
els were on the State road, and our forces were
The rebels are taking the bats off the people's
heads, taking their watches and money, and a
great deal of private property.
The Rebels arrested Sheriff Rippey r of Com
oberland county, hut released him again. They
bin hat away from him.
Gen. Ewell's headquartersare at Shippensbnrg.
General Knipe is obeying instructions, and
making the best disposition of his forces that
can bemade under the circumstances. The en
etoy's torte is said to he very strong.
Genet,' Ewell, when at Caambersburg. issued
a printed pruclamation to the citizens not to sell
liquor to his soldiers under certain penalties.
Til 2 REBELS APPROACH CARLISLE-THE
HARRISBURG, June 25-10 P. M
The enemy is advancing on Carlisle slowly.
Our troops were cutting down trees and *Tr
eading the roads. •
A despatch from Ctirlisle states that the rebels
charged our cavalry this morning, when they
fell back slowly toward Carlisle, the rebels•fal
lowing cautiously. The rebels say they will de
s!roy the crops in the Cumberland Valley, and
they have already done so to a great extent.
Two rebel officers were taken prisoners to day.
All the drinking saloons in Harrisburg were
closed to day, by order of the Mayor.
Considerable reinforcements have been sent to
General Knipe, who will defend -what we now
hold of the Cumberland Valley.
The rebels appear to have come to a stand
siill. Our troops are advantageously posted.
There are no reports of fighting to night.
The rebels are foraging all over the country
There is a large rebel force on South Mountain,
L.-yond Gettysburg, said to be ten regiments,
pith cavalry and artillery.
GENERAL RSJPE S FORCES.
HARRISBURG, June 25
General Knipehas been in command of our
forces at Carlisle for some days past. He has
command of a division, composed for the most
part of New York troops, embracing all arms of
tee service. He was reinforced with several
regiments to-day, including the brigade of Gen.
and the 69th New York State Militia, Col.
Bagley_ Geri. K. has orders to repel any further
a ivanee of the rebels Northward, and will offer
Kittle, probably, as soon as the enemy appear
before Carlisle in force.
THE REBELS IN SIGHT OF CARLISLE
BABRISBUR6, June 25
The telegraph communication with Carlisle is
still maintained, a military operator being on
duty. though the regular operator has left for a
safer locality_ At. the latest &deices the Rebels
in force were in the vicinity, their encampment
being in view of the town. Our troops were
drawn up in line of battle nearly, all day, ex
pecting an attack.
CARLISLE, June 25, P. M
The enemy is within four miles of this plane,
and a fight may take place at any hour. Busi
ness is entirely suspended, and the citizens are
FROM THE FRONT - 0 ENERAL LEE AND
STAFF CROSS THE POTOMAC
BALTIMORE, June 21
It is reported through various channels that
Lee and his staff crossed the Potomac yesterday.
There are various rumors in connection with the
rebel movement; but not sufficiently definite to
he worth repeating. In regard to our own move
ments, it is sufficient to say that our authorities
are not idle.
FROX TILE ARMY OF TILE POTOMAC.
BRILLIANT CAVALRY FIGHT.
General Pleasanton Defeats Stuart's
Official Report of General Pleasanton.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, June
23.—Gen. Pleasanton had the greatest cavalry
fight on the 21st, that has yet taken place. Early
on Sunday morning be advanced on the enemy
at a l •oint beyond Middleburg, being supported
by Gen. Barres division of infantry. A fight
, netted, which was kept up all day, Stuart being
driven steadily, with heavy loss, clear into
Ashby's Gap, beyond Uppertille, a distance of
Gen. Pleasanton captured two guns, one a
Liakely, three caissons, and blew up another
etiseen ; also upwards of a hundred prisoners,
including one Lieutenant Co'onel, one Major,
and five other officers. The enemy left their
dead and wounded on the field, and in the town
of Upperville a large number of wounded rebels
were found. Gen. Pleasanton describes it as a
most disastrous day to the rebel cavalry. Our
e..valry behaved with the greatest intrepidity,
and, as usual, did great exemnion with the sabre.
Stuart has fortified Ashby's Gap with artillery,
and will probably hold it against our advance.
Considering the extensive nature of the light our
laes is light, and will not exceed in killed, wound
ed nud missing one hundred and sasehty five.
The enemy left. a 10 pound Parrott gun car
riage on the field. They probably threw the
gun into Goose creek after it was dismounted.
Two rebel colonels are known to have been
killed. Colonel Vincent's infantry brigade (But
torfield's old brigade) was actively engaged and
behaved with great. courage.
Gen. Buford s cavalry column opened on the
right, and successfully drove a large force of the
ett.my before them, capturing a number of pris
oners, including two lieutenant colonels.
The cavalry justly feel grateful over their
large exploits, and the infantry partake of the
Fame spirit, and are now ready to back up the
cavalry in their achievements.
Four hundred wagon loads of wounded are re
ported by the Masons to have been taken through
the Gap. This is believed to be an exaggeration.
GENERAL PLEASANTON'S REPORT.
REsecsimurres CAVALRY CORPS,
PLOW ZPBAS s-raiz - 1 - 'l.x.; 0:00 p. Jan. 2 L, 1563 .
Drividier (len. 5. WILLIAMs.
General: I moved wiih my command this
morning to Middleburg and attacked the cavalry
/over of the rebels tinder Stuart, and steadily
drove him all day, inflicting a heavy loss at
We took two pieces of artillery, one being n
Blakely gun, together with three caissons, beside
blowing one up. We also captured upward ol
lit) prisoners, and mere are entwine; in, including
a lieutenant colonel, major, and li,e other tifh
cers, beside a wounded volenei, au.-1 a!arg' num
her of wounded rebels left in the town of Upper
They left their dead and wounded upon the
fi Id. Of the fernier I sew upward. Of mealy.
We also took a large number of carbines, pistols
and sabers. In lam it was a most disastrous
day to the rebel cavalry.
Our loss has been very small bath in men and
horses. I never saw the troops behave better,
or under mare difficult circumstances. Very
heavy chargos were made, and the saber Was
used freely. but always with great athantagc
d. PLEA6ANTON, Brig,dier•General.
THE BATTLE. OF WINCHESTER
MILRO Y'S DEFEAT.
The New York Herald publishes fall details of
the late desperate two days' battle at, Winchester
between General Milroy and . General Ewrll,
which terminated in a disaStrefis retreat of the
Union forces to Martinsburg and Harper's Ferry.
The attacking force has been estimated at from
15.00 to 18,000. Milroy had 7.000 in battle,
and could have concentrated 15,000 from the
adjoining poste. The Rebels advanced by two
roadd • --the Front Royal and the Strasburg—
from the south, driving in the pickets and carry
ing the,outposts, at the same time working their
way gradually around by the western side of
the town, from which ou the second day they
assaulted the outer works of the main fortifies
tion,,rushing into the ditch and up the parapht,
on which they planted their flag, 'carrying the
works at the point of the bayonet, and killing
and capturing considerable numbers. The in
ner works and the star fort, which Milroy still
held, were evacuated on Sunday night, leaving
behind all.the cannon, Ammunition nnd stores.
General Milroy bad not gone four miles when he
found himself confronted by an overwhelming
force, which the Rebels had sent ahead. Two
regiments- were captured wholesale, and the
slaughter of those who cut their way through
was very considerable, while the cavalry pur
tinted and captured great numbers. The loss was
terrible. Nothing was saved except what was
carried upon the persons of toe troops. Not a
soldier had a change of clothing. The olfic2rs
were compelled to leave even thhir wives behind
.lbem in the hands of the enemy. Three entire
batteries of field pieces and one battery of siege
guns—in fact the whole of the artillery of the
command—were lost, together with six thousand
.muskets, and small arms without stint, all the
ammunition and commissary stores, two hundred
and eighty wagons and one thousand two hun
dred horses. Out of seven thousand men only
from one thousand six hundred to two thousand
have turned up safe, leaving upwards of five
thousand to be accounted for. The report in
circulation that the train of Milroy had escaped
turns out to be without foundation. The Herald's
correspondent, writing on the 20th. says noth
ing whatever belonging to Milroy's command was
saved, and the mistake originated from the fact
that the trains from Jones' brigade at Martins
burg. and Mcßeynolds' brigade, from Berryville,
escaped to Harrisburg.
DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN► WOMELSDORI
A large meeting of the Democracy of the Bo
rough of Womelsdorf and Heidelberg township,
was held at the public house of Benjamin Ander :
son, io ottia Borough of Wom.islorf, on-Srttiir
day, the 13th inst., for the purpose of organizing
a lletooefatio Ciub.
The meeting was called to order by Nit.. Peter
Spaag: Henry H, Mauderbacti was called upon
to preside, and the meeting was organized as
follows, viz :
Prelident-11. 11. MANDERBACII.
nce Presidente—Daniel SW, Henry Benetcli,
Jesob &ante, Elias • Filbert, blej. M. T. Sei
bert, Joseph Smith, A. J. Deppeu, Ezra Reed,
Michael S - eltzer, John L. Brown, Reiley Fish
er, John Richard, dlicho,el Grdbeg and Gideon
Secretaries—Franklin Zerbe, John 3. Henry,
Peter Spang, and David Stench, Esq.
The nteeting was then addressed by Jeremiah
Flagenman and Daniel Ermentrout, Esqs., after
which the following Resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That the Democrats of the Borough
of Womelsdorf and. Heidelberg township, are
now, as they always have been, trtte to their al—
legiance to the Constitution and laws of their
country, and in favor of the union of the States
as it was established by the Patriots and Sages
of the Revolution.
Resolved, That fidelity to the Government does
not consist in slavish submission to the arbitra
ry authority of those who are temporarily charged
with its administration, and while we are willing
to fulfill all our constitutional duties to the Ad•
ministration, we claim and will exercise our
right as freemen, under the Constitution, to eriti-
Moe its acts and to condemn what we believe to
be unwarranted, tyrannical and wrong.
Resolved, That ihe Constitui ion is National and
Abolitionism Sectional, and that the preservation
of the former, and with it the restoration of the
Union, requires the abandonment now and for
ever of the taller.
Resolved, That we approve the resolutions
passed at the late Democratic County [limiting
held in the city of Reading, and believe that the
sentiments enunciated by them are a true ex
pression of the views of the Democracy of Berke
county upon the questions of the day.
Resolved, That we organize ourselves into a
Democratic Club, for the maintenance of Demo
cratic principles and our mutual protection in
the exercise of our Constitutional rights, and
adopt for the government of our Club the Con
stitution recommended by the Democratic stand.
ing Committee of Berke county.
DEMOCRATIC MEETING AT GRESHVILLE
Pursuant to a call, the Democrats of Douglass
and adjoining townships, met at the public
house of Joe. Hilzinger, in Greshrille, on Wed.
nesday, June 10th, 1863.
The meeting was organized by appointing the
President—Davin B. Matraza, Eaq.
Vice Presidents —lsaac Buyer, Samuel Bruner,
Jacob Weasner, Ezekiel Rhoads, John Wise,
John Babr, Henry M Heller, Christian R. Yor
gey, Silas W. Fisher, Albert Geiger, Conrad
Hartman, John L. Fritz.
Seeretanes-11. B. Rhoads and Geo. R. Yorgey.
On motion, the following Committee was ap
pointed to report permanent officers for the Club,
and Resolutions, expressing the sense of the
D. B. Manger, E. R. Yorgey, John Nester,
Henry Gresh, jun., David Weidner, 'Malt Gresh,
Levi Boyer, Benjamin Weidner, George Stoll,
John Romig, Henry Gresh.
After the Committee had retired, the meeting
was ably and eloquently addressed by Jesse G.
Hawley and E. IL Shearer, Esqs.
At the close of the speeches, the Committee
reported the following officers for a Democratic
Club of Douglass township, :
OFFICERS OF DOUGLASS CLUB
President—D. B. 111Auuna, Esq.
Vice Presidents—George R. Yorgey, Henry Ro
mig, Samuel Bruner, Jacob Weasuer, Christian
Sassaman, Samuel Hatfield, Mahlon Focht, Dan
iel IL Livergood, arid John L Eagle.
Secretaries—Ephrata' Fritz, Eeq., and Jacob
daustant Secretaries—Reuben B. Manger and
Treasurer—Silas W. Fisher.
Executive Conunitiee-11. Gresh, sr., John Nes•
ter, E. 8.. Yorgey, George Stoll, Isaac Boyer,
Albert Geiger, John Romig, Levi Boyer, Ephraim
Weise, Jeremiah Romig, E. Fritz, Augus
tus W. Live6gpiod, Philip Eagle, Jacob N Mats
ger, Peter G. Moser, Henry F. Manger.
On motion, the above officers were unanimous
The Committee also reported the following
resolutions, which were ttuattimoooly adopted:
WHEZEAS, In the course of events, it has be
our duty as Patriots and Democrats, to
assemble together and organize ourselves into a
Democratic Club; Therefore let it be the object
of this Club to preserve the purity and integrity
of the Doineoratia party. as it was inaugurated
by Thomas Jefferson, believing it to be the only
hope of the restoration to our once happy coun—
try of the blessings we have lust and restoring
and preserving the Union as it was, under the
Coastitution as handed down to us by our Fore
fathers. With our views based on this platform,
and pledging unfaltering fidelity to the same, we
will go forth in the coming campaign conquering
and to conquer; Therefore
Resolved, That we stand firmly by the Consti
tution as our only safeguard, it being the charter
by a h oh our Government wee created and should
therefore be maintained at al( hazdrde.
that we earnestly call upon the Democrats
of Douglass and adjoining townships to organize I
themselves at once into Cittim, with a view to
aid in securing the election of the Demacralic
candidate for Governor a' the nest general
election, and restoring the Detnocratio party to
paverr at the election for Pt etc.l,ol in 1861.
del. That the people, imitig, the only source of
politic.d power, have not. only a r , ght, but it is
their duly, freely to discuss any crie , tions re
hting to the conduct of their pubde s.u . .vadita or
the Administration of the Lioydruntenit in peace
or in war, as the only 111.111 , 111 Of obtaining a full
anti untrammelled expression of the popular will
a! the ballot box
4th. 'Witt the freedom of speech and of the
press are rictus secured to U 3 by iha Gonstinr
lion of the United States, and the tianui.o. ion
of our State; and as no tree Onvernment can
exist without the exercise of these rights, it is
therefore the duty of every patriot to resist lb
his utmost any attempt 'from any source what—
ever to infringe upon them.
sth. That the motto of the Democracy of Doug
lass is now, as it ever has been, " Liberty and
Union, now anti forever. one and iusepar..ble."
6th. That the CowatiWinn of the Democratic
Club of the city of Reading be adopted for the
government of this Club, and that this Club be
an auxiliary to the same Club. of the city of
That the thanks of this ineegng he tender
ed to Jesse G. Hawley and E H. Shearer, Bags.,
for their able and patriotic addressee.
Bth. That these proosedingq,he published in
the Democratic papers of the county.
After which, the meeting adjourned with
three cheers for the speakers add the Democrat
MARION DEMbCRXTIC CLUB
At a fleeting of the Deinocratio Club of Marion
township, held on Friday evening, June I.C), 1868,
the Yollovling Resolution was offered by M. S.
Thirwechter, Esq., and tmanimowlly adopted:
Resolved, That the Democrats of Marion Town
ship, in Club meeting held on Friday evening,
June 19th, 1992,d0 hereby unanimously, unitedly
and unreservedly ratify the nomination of the
Hon. GEORGE W. Wool:mann for the office of
Gov,prnor, anti Hon. WALTER H. LOWRIE for
Supreme Judge, by the late Democratic State
Convention, and endorse every act and resolution
passed by said Convention, and pledge ourselves
to use every effort in our power to give them a
majority of at least ten thousand in Old Berke at
the October election.
UPPER TULPEROCCON DEMOCRATIC CLUB
On the 20th inst., a large number of Demo
crate met at Straustown, in Upper Tulpehoccon
Towns , ttp, Berke c i punty, and formed themselves
into aClub. The following persons were elected
as officers of the Club:
Vice President—Gsounu DeaLEu.
Secretary—JANES Y. SBEAIVI4.,
TrCaBUTET—J ACOB H.ISIM£LEIERGES.
After the adoption of the Constitution ortbe
Democratic Clubs of -Barks county, the following
resolution was offered by Dr. James Y. Shearer,
and adopted by acclamatiof
Resolved, That we were exceedingly sorry to
hear of the arrest, mock-trial and exile of Eton,
C. L. VALLANDIO HAM, and that we will use every
effort to save our Old Keystone from being dis
graced with such illegal arrests, and such deeds
of despotism and crime.
MMrMNA . MMWMMINTMM r ffEII
An.ailjourned meeting of the Democrats of
Perry township was held at sohool Ilooee No, 4,
on Friday, the 12th of J une, 18G3, for the purpose
of organizitig a Democratic Club, in accordance
with a resolution of the late CARET Meeting.
The meeting was called to order by Mr. JaeobT.
Miller, and the following officers were chosen fur
the permanent organization of the Club :
Vice Presidents—Samuel S. Unger
• Reuben Shiffetc.
Secrelary.—Joelff. Hoffman. •
Assistant Secretary—lt. S. Dunkle:
the Executive Committee of the previous meet
tug. reported a Constitution and Resolutions, and
alto that they had appointed three persons from
each School District of the tovtoehip, to serve es
an Executive Committee; and that the next
meeting of the Club ehotild he held on Saturday,
the 4th of July, at 2 o'clock, P. M., at the public
house of Simon Dreibelbia.
The Club will kneet regularly on the fir pt Saint
day of every month, until otherwise ordered.
FEIDAY, June 26, 1869
Wheat (prime white)
per bushel lid 55
Wheat, (prime red)
per bushel 1 45
ftye do 53
Corn (old) do 85
Corn (new) do 85
Corn Oteal du 1 110
Oats do 65
Flaxseed do 1 SO
Cloverseed do 4 50
Timothy seed do 2 25
Barley do 70
Potatoes do 60
Sweet Potatoes do 75
Salt do 60
Salt per Sack 1 80
Wheat Flour (extra
family white) 31 bbl. 9 01
Wheat Floor (extra
fam. white) 9100 Ito 4 .50
Wheat Flour (extra
family) per Barrel 8 30
Wheat Flour (extra
family) per 100 the. 4 25
Single Extra Flour,
per barrel 7 50
Slagle Extra Flour,
per 10 lbs. 3 75
Wheat Flour (super
tine) per barrel 7 50
Rye Flour per barrel 4 00
Rye Flour per 100.55. 200
100 ffio. 2 00
Pork 'i l l 100 te. s 00
Beef (hind quarter)
por 100 pounds 560 00
Beer (lore quarter)
per 100 pounds MS 00
Hams per pound 10
'Shoulders do 7
Dried Beef, do 13
"Table Buwer do 14
[Lamp Butter do 12
Firkin Butter do
Lard do 10
Hideo, Raw do 7 and 8
Beat Old Rye Whiskey,
per gallon 3 00
Common Whiskey, per
gallon 49 to 80
Flaxseed Oil IR gallon 80
Egga per dozen 17
Stone Coal (stove, egg
Si broken, 20001bs. 450
Not Coal do 3 50
ILimeburnere' do 2,00t02 00
Plaster per ton, 8 00
Timothy Hay do 12 00
Meadow flay do 11 00
Hickory wood per cord 4 00
Oak wood do 3 00
Bark do a Co
PRIONS OF' GRAIN.
PAID BY P. BUSHO PIO h SONS,
Jane 26, 1863.
95 cents for 66 Dm,
93.cento for 66 Mc
53 omits for 32 Do
PRICES OF GRAIN,
Paid at SAMUEL BUCH'S Dadillery, Corner of Eleventh
& Muklenberg etrette.
Reeding Lumber Prices Current.
Reported for the Reading Gazette by JACOB 11. DRY.
SHER, Lumber 00111711idlii,114 Yard, South Third St.,
near the haneaoter Bridge.
keeinizie, June 28. 1863.
Hemlock Solst and Scantling, - *l2 00@14 00
Poplar Boards, - - - 20 00@940 00
Scantling, - - 20 firstname.lastname@example.org 00
White Pine Boards. and Plank, - - 12 00000 00
Cherry Boards and Plank, - - 20 00a60 00
White Pine Floor Boards, - - 17 00625 00
.. - . .
. a . . .
Rogn lath, - - 4 006) t) 00
Oak Door Boards, • • - 23 OU2B 00
White Pine and Hemlock Shingles, 450 19 00
Oak Boards and Plank, • 20 00030 00
White Pine Ceiling Lath, - -
aeh Plank, .
• . . .
Spruce and Pine Pickets, -. M 9 °il 00
Walont Boards and Plank, . . 20 IJOSP6O 00
Lynn Beards and Plank, -15 00@25 00
White Pine Joist and Scantling, - ' 20 onea.2o on
Birch and Maple Boards and Plank, 20 0p63,) 00
200,000 feet Green Batt Edged Clear Walnut
from 1 ,4 to 7 inches WANTED, Price paid
in Cash - - - WeMan
FLOUR AND GRAIN.—The Flour market continues un
settled and dull, but holders are less anxious to sell, OWing
to the prokpeok of a rapid falllog off In the reeelptc vis.
railroad ; the demand, however, in limited, and the only
Hales we bear of ere about 600 blds Ohio family at $6 710
$a 50 ; sto bbls City mills extra, W. B Thomas' and Broad
street, and 600 Lids Jenny Lind family, all on terms kept
private. The sates to the trade are limited within the range
of $lOO for common sod good saw - fine $5 00. i :Alibi ex.
trs, $ Q 7 2.5 for ex ra family, and $7 sues id bbl for fancy
brands, as In quality. Rye Fleur is quiet at $l, and Corn
Meal Arm at $1 for Fennia, and $4 12% l hbl for Brandy
wine. The receipts to-day are 1300 tilde Floor, 6550 hua
Wheat. MOO boa Corn and 71)00 bus. Oats. The offerings
and calm of Wheat are light and the market steady at pre
ps only a few small lota of red have been
diepOsed slat $1 50 fur Pennsylvania. end $1 52 for Lanai.
ern White ranges at from $1 55 to $1 65, on in quality.
Rye Is quoted at $1 05. and hat little offering. Corn comes
in slowly, and about 2500 bus yellow cold, in small lout,
at Sic fur prime. Oats are not inquired for, and only about
2100 hue Penncylvania sold at 75@76e, mutely at the for
HISKY is scarce; bble are selling In a email way at I
40;gaile ; h has 41143, and drudge at -oc.
LKUN continues dull and neglected, with little or no.
thing doing in Pig Metal, and prices are nearly nominal
at $email@example.com for the three numbers of Anthracite. Scotch
Pig is alto quiet. In Stinivactered we hear ur nu change,
and the demand is mostly confined to Boiler Plates and
Rails, which command full prices.
CATTLE MARK ET_—lhe receipts of Beef Cattle reached
about 9530, an increase of tOd oval. those of last week,
and the market ban been doll and drooping, and prices
showing a decline of fully 5Uc 1 100 Ito on previous quo.
tattoos The sales at Phillips' range at from $9 to $l4 50
for common to good and primp, Including a few extra
cinaiity taken at SI3,K the 100 Rol Soot aClo head are left over
nosold, fiewa were steady, a.gl about 200 dinposed of, a;
from $2O to $3O each, fur Springers, awl $2l to $43 fur
Cows and Cnlvee. finds were rather better, and the re•
ceipte about MU, all sold, including 1820 at Ohms', at
from $7 to SSJ the 100 Ls, net, and 790 at the Avenue
Yard, at the name flgnree. Sheep—About 7000 were re
ceived and sold at fi@tiMc Ift th, gross weight, a decline.
Lambe nage at from $tS to sti each, as to condition.—North
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
They petrify, ritrenetheo and iniiigerate.
They create a Idealthy appetite.
They aro an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome enacts of dissipation end late hours.
Th e y ,tpt.ug, rid enliven the mind.
They prevent whir est.r it, d 'intermittent revere.
'the; portly the Inz: 111 acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia r.rd Constipation.
'rimy croo Diarrhea Cholera and Cholera Merlins.
They cure Liver Cetopfcint and Nervous !lead...ie.
They ‘ ere the beet Ciliate in the World. They make file
meek man hhong, and are exhansted nature's great re
stolen They are composed of the celebrated CaUsage.
Bah, Caeca:llla Bar* Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers,
Lavender Viewers, Wletterttreen, Annie, Clover-bade,
Orange Peel, Bonke•root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
The following ie a sample of theleetimony daily received.
SCILDIAIta' HOMS, CINCINNATI, 0. r
• 'January 15, 1863.
MEM. P. D. DRAKE & CO
GENTLEMEN': This institution has received and extended
*Lid to over 14,000 sickistud disabled soldiers. I have o
late administered the Plantation Bitters in numerous cases
of exhaustion, fevers, want of appetite, dc., with the most
remarkable and gratirying results, It creates appetite,
strength and cheerfulness, and has given many a poor fel
low his usual health. I wish this preparation was in
every family, in every hospital, and on every battleXield.
With respect, your servant,
GENTLEautn: We regal. another anpply of your 'Planta
tlon.Blttere, The popularity of which daily increases with
the guests of oar house•,
• • • • I hisd been so 11l with Liver Complaint
and Dyspepsia that I was compelled to abandon my busi
ness. I abed three bottles of the Plantation bitten, and
to my astonishment am entirely cured. They are the best
medicine I ever need, and I shall endeavor to make them
know?. Please inform Inc what S.—T.-1860—X. moans.
Dr. W. A. Childs: .rtrason of the Tenth Vermont regi
ment, writes: ^ I wish every soldier had a bottle of Plan
tation Bitters. They are the moat effective, perfect, and
harmless tonic I everdkeeq."
' GILT HOME, i.quisita.LE, Ky., Dec. 21, 1861
Messrs. P. H. DRAKE & Co.:
We are compelled to order 12 derealantatlon Bitters to
supply Needs who have no other way of procuring this
admirable article. Reepacifully years,
• * • * • * The Plantation Bittern have cured me of
the worst kind of dyerpsitof near four years standing. I
have recommended them .to others, and as far as I know
with signal success. . I are, he.
desere. DEANE & Co.: The Plant•tion Bitters appear to
be very popular bare. Seed us twenty oleo wore, and
oblige, • Your. truly. ,
T. P. Secnomes & Co.
Delicate females requiring a gentle stimulant, and clergy
men, lawyers and students exhausted by mental labor
will find tb'a Plantation Bitters a most, beneficial tonic.
Every bottle bee the iaa'efmiie of our eighature on a
steel plate engraving, or it is not Rennin°.
Sold by all Druggists, Grneew, and Country Stores.
P. H. DRAKE & Co.
April 4-2 me] 202 Broadway, N. Y.
BATCHELOR' 913ELIFI. DYE 1
THE BEST'IN THE VtrORLD.
WILLIAM A. pATCHELOR'S cerebrated Hair Dye produces
a color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to
injure the air in the least ;'remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes, and inyigoratee the Hair for life. GREY, RED, or
kUSTY HAIR instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown,
leaving the Hair poft aril' beautiful. Sold by all Drug
° gists, Ira.
Wr The Genuine is signed WILLTAM . A. BATCIIRLOIt,
on-the/our efured of each eutr.
Factory, No. 31 Barclay Street, New-York, (Late 233
Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-ly
Stir THE eA.DVENTISER., HAVING BEEN
restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple reme
dy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung
affection, and that dread disease Consumption—is anxious
to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescrip
tion used (fres of charge) with the direetlatie for prorating
and using the same, which they will find a Soon Coca for
CONSUMPTION ASTHMA, 13BONGRITIS, doe. The only object
of the advertiser in sending the Prescription Is to benefit
the afflicted, and spired information which he conceives
to be invaluable, and ho hopes every sufferer will try his
remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Willlamsbnrgh,
march 14-3 mos] Kings County, New-York
EDITOR OF GAZETTE
Dear Sir:—With your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your paper that I will aced by return mail to
all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with fall directions for
making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will ef
fectually remove, in 10 days, }quintet!, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skis, leaving the same
soli, clear, smooth arid beautiful,
I will also mail free to those having Bald Beads or tare
Faces, simple directions and information that Will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All applications
answered by return mail without charge.
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
Feb 2S-3mo] Chemist, No. Sii Broadway, New-York
segr A COUGH, COLD, OR AN IRRITATED
TFIRO/T if allowed to progress, results in serions Pulmon
ary and Bronchial affeettons, oftentimes incurable.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
reach directly the affected parts and give almost instant
relief. Is BRONCHMS, Anima, and Carenan they are bene
ficial. The good effects remelting from the use of the Trochee
and their extended use, has caused them to be counterfeited.
Be sure to guard against worthless imitations. OBTAIN
only the genuine Brown's Bronchia/ Trochee which have
proved their efficacy by a test of many years. PUBLIC
BPAAAARA and Sinuous should use the Trochee. Military
Officers and Soldiers who over-tax the voice and are ex
posed to sudden changes, should have them. Sold every
where at 25 cents per boa. pan. 24-3 mo
S 5 eta. per 66 Ifie
95 " 159
Oa " "92 "
On the 9th inst., at the home of the bride, by Rev. Thom
as T. liege', WILLIAM Krum, of Reading, to &MANNA BRAN
MAR?. at Mahtenberg.
On the 80th alt., by Rev, Herman, Mr. him U,
KECIERIZZ, or Spring. to Mice CAtHARINE R. BOTH, of Sink.
On the 4th inst., by the same, Mr. ALBERT H. HEARD,
of Reacting, to Mice RZBEOCA. &ULM, of Alsace. *
By the BRION Mr. JOHN H. HOMER, of Leesport, to DRS
CATHARINE F. MASKS, of Bern.
1 90@ 2 00
20 00@S0 00
On the 25th Wet., in this city, Demos, infant eon of
Philip and Rebecca East, aged 2 youth 3 months and 15
Og 451 Z 3 ,11041 , 10 hie residence in Heidelberg Warn
ship, near Wm:news:WM JoaN MANDISIMACII, EES, late
8 erlff of Perks county, aged 64 years.
On the 22d inst., at Pottstown, JASPER W. NICOLL", Civil
Engineer, aged 39 years.
On the 16th inst.. in Alsace, MART CATHARINE Nor.x,
danghter of Daniel and Mary Noll, aged 19 years, 3 monthe
and . 2 Jaye.
On the 17th Met.. in Colebrookdale, Esser SessaitAX,
eon of Henry and Susanna Sauisalnan, aged 33 years, 4
monthe end 15 days.
On the 10th inst., In BoyerstoWD, HENRY W. JOHNSON,
H. D., aged 43 years, 11 months and 5 days. He wan
burled. on the 10. h, in the fair View Cemetery,
Oa the 17th inst., In Shoetnakersviile, EMMA, daughter
of Daniel and Catharine Koch, aged 2 years, 4 months and
On the 15th inst., In Robesonia, HENRY, eon of Isaac
Sold, aged 1 year, 7 months and 29 days.
On the 14th inst., in Marion township, near Stonehelburg,
SERIES, wife of Daniel Reed, aged 47 years, 7 months and
On the 14th Inst., in Rehrersbarg, EMMA REBECCA,
daughter of Jacob Ferrer, in the 23d year of her age.
On the 12th inst., in Marion, ELIZABETH, widow of Jacob
Stewart, aged 77 years and 3 lantahe ' lose 1 day.
On the 11th Intl . In Centre, JOHN OEOItUlt Loos, aged 84
years, 6 months and 10 ds. a.
On the 10th inst., in North Enidelherg, Donut PURR.,
eon of Jeremiah an d A n sa Maria horn, aged 10 months
and 4 days.
On the Bth inst., in Lafayette, Allen co., Ohio, Ilesav
WILLIAM, eon of Samuel and Mary Zerbe, aged 3 years, 3
months and 20 days.
On the Bth Met., in this city, ADAM EDWARD, son of Adam
and Sarah Miller.
On the Bth inst., at the General Witt Omsk,
Va., of typhoid lever, Essay A. lIINOLER, of Company E.
151 s t
months g n l d m s e
d u t a , ys pot Pa Volunteers,
d l ec 'tu e t d eer e
was a ndo.lB of y c e a h r ,, s ;
e B .
and Catharinelitingler, of Exeter, seeks county, and a
yomm mum of floe promi., highly esteemed by his Mends,
neighbors sad felloWni 9l4l "'
Oe the 7111 lust., in thin city, ELIZAMITII FOREMAN, aged
FRIDAY, June 26, 1263
MONEY TO LOAN.
JACOB C. SCROKNER,
01Bell—COCII aired. [march Id
Da. G. W. Annaswa, Dupt
WattlliNaTon, D. C., Jan. 22, 1663.
SYKES, CHADWICK & CO
CLEVELAND DEc. 8, 1862.
H. B. gINIMLItY
SILAS . F. MILLER & CO. Proprietors
ROCHESTER. N. Y., Deo. 21, 1861
• BET. J. S. CATHORN.
BURNETT BOMB, CINCINNATI, Ohlo,
• December 20, 1982.
JAMESON'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
Corner of Sixth and Penn Streets,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED AND' WELL KNOWN CLOTH
ING HOUSE is better prepared now to bold out great inducements to buyers than
at any previous time, as our stock of
MEN'S CLOTHING 84 DRESS GOODS,
Is much larger and better than ever before, the bulk of wh'ich 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 ages, to which we invite particular attention
March 28, 1863—tfi
rpm UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN AP
pointed Auditor by Ike Orphans' Court of Berke coun
ty, to audit and restate the account of Levi Domes and
Samna' Hoffman, Administrators of William Reeser. late of
Greenwich township, Berke county, deceased. and make
distribution of the balance in their bends, will meet the
parties interested at hie office in East Penn sqnare, in the
aty of Resoling, on Tuesday, Jose 30, 1363, at 1 o'clock,
June 13-St] RICHMOND L. JONES Auditor.
Estate of JOHN BLATT, late of Upper Bern township,
Berke county, deceased.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINT
ed by the Orphans' Court of Bergs county, to audit,
re-settle and re-state the account of Henry Fink and Fred
erick Blatt, Executors, &0., of John Blatt, deceased, and
make distribution of the balance in their hands, hereby
gives notice, that he will meet for that purpose all persons
interested, at his office. In the city of Reading, on Saturday,
the 27th day of June, 1863, at 1 o'clock In the afternoon,
June 13-3t] JOHN A. BANKS, Auditor.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED, AUDITOR APPOINT
ED by the Orphans' Court of Perks county, to Audit,
re•elate and re-settle the accnant of George Feather and
George W. Brockman. Executors of the last Will and Tes
tament of Mary Vandersbot, late of the City of Reading,
deceased, and snake distribution of the balance in account
ante' hands among the puttee enlitled thereto, will attend
to the duties of said appointment at his office, on Sixth
street, in the city of Reading, on Wednesday, the lath
day of July, 1863, at which time and place all persons in
terested are reqnested to attend.
June 6-40 11. B. WOODS, Auditor.
WHEREAS, LETTERS OF ADNI INISTRA.
tion on the estate of SAMUEL F. RUPPERT, late
of the City of Reading. Berke county, deceased, have been
granted to the subscribers, all persons indebted to said
estate are requeeled to make immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands againet the estate of said de
cedent, will Rresent them for settlement wittont delay, to
RACHAEL RUPPERT, / ,
May 30-601] SAMUEL WEIDNER, 5 Administrators.
Estate of Benneville Rotherntel, late of
the township of Ontelaunee, Berks Co.,
I'IVOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN THAT LET-
Lai TEES of Admialstratioo on the Estate of Beni:moille
Rotherrnel, farmer, late of the townehip of Muhlenberg,
in the coituty of deceased, Moe been granted to the
subscriber, residing in Richmond township, in the county
aforesaid. All persons indebted tumid estate are requested
to make payment forthwith, and all having claims against
the same, will present them to the Undersigned properly
authenticated for settlement.
SIMON ROTHERMEL, Administrator
May 2.q-131.*1 of Benneville Rothermal, deod.
Estate of Jacob B Manger, late of Doug
lass township, Berks co., deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
tem of Administration to the Estate of Jacob B. Mon
ger, late or Douglass township, Berke county, deceased,
have been granted to the subscriber, residing in the same
township. All persona indebted to said Estate, are request
ed to make payment without delay, and ail having claims
against thesame, are also requested to present them, pro•
perly authenticated, fur settlement.
Jane 13.61aj JACOB S. MALIGER, Administrator.
Estate of Dr. Daniel Deppen, late of Penn
township, Barks county, dec'd.
ETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON THE
above estate having been granted by the Register of
etlai CO., to the undersigned, all persona indebted to Bald
Rotate. will please make payment, and those baying claims,
will present them for settlement. to
Dr. DA RIIIS D. DEPPE'
4., Adm ' OM.
June 6-It]. Dr. JAMES W. DEEPEN,
Estate of Charles J. Wink, late of the City
of Reading-, Berke county, decd.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
TERS Testamentary to the estate of the above named.
ecedent, have been granted to the subscriber. residing in
Fourth street, between Chestnut and Spruce. in the City of
Reading. All persona indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment without delay, and those having claims
will present them, properly authenticated, for settlement.
June 0-61.) BABY ELIZABETH. WIRE, Executrix.
Estate of A.ugustus W. Homan, late of
the City of Reading, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT LET•
tors Testamentary to the estate of Augustus W. Ho
man, late of the city of Reading, deceased, have been
granted by the Register of Burks county, to the subscrib
ers, realdlog In the city of Reading. Notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to said estate, to make pay
ment without delay, and all having claims swelled the
same, of any kind whatsoever, to present them, properly
authenticated, fur settlement.
HENRY A. ROMAN, 1
May 30-6 el LUCY A. HOMAN,
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE LATE READ
1. MG MANUFACTURING COMPANY, are requested
to call at the Farmer' Bank and receive the Real dividend.
June 6-4t] 11. B. lIIIBLWNBBRO, Receiver.
THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER.
THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
the SPURIOUS articles of LYE for making SOAP,
&c., now offered for sale. The only GENUINE and PAT
ENTED Lye in that made by the PENNSYLVANIA
SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trade
mark for it beteg " SAPONIFIER. on CONCEN.
TRATED LYE." The great SUCCESS of thin
article hex led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to
IMITATE it, to violation of the Company's PATENTS
All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLERS of
there SPURIOUS Lyee, are hereby .NOTIFIED that the
00.1tPANY have employed am their A TTORNgrs,
GEORGE HARDING, Eon , of Phila., and
WILLIAM BAKE WELL, EsQ, , of Pittoburgh.
And that all araxOFACTURERS, USERS, OR SEIr
LEA'S of Lye, in violation of the right's or the Company,
will be PROSECUTED at once.
The SAPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED
LYE, it for tale by all Druggists, Grocers and Country
The lltivree STAUB CIRCUIT COURT, 'Western
Diotriot of Penneylvania, No. 1 of May Term,
in 1862, in suit of THE PENNSYLVANIA SALT
MANUFACTURING COMPANY vs. THOS. G.
CHASE, decreed to the Company, on November
15, 1862, the EXCLUSIVE right granted by a
patent owned by them for the SAPONIFIER.
Patent dated October 21, 1856. Perpetual in
SALT MANUFACTURING CO.
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh
May A, Mr3-3m.is,
JAMESON & Co.
EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
ON AND AFTER JUNE 7TH, 1863, A PAS
- SENDER TRAIN will leave Reading every Sunday,
at 730 A, hi, and arrive in Allentown at/9.20 A. M. Re
taming, will leave Allentown at 4.10 P. M., and arrive in
Reading at 8.00 P. M. This trite will stop at all Stations,
and also at convenient places between Marione, going and
relenting. The Fares for the round trip to all points will
be about one-third lees than the regular rates, and aro as
• O O
• 4 it
• Fa F. p
Bin , don
40 2005 1
50. 35 1 201
751 CO - 0
911 80 70
UN AS FOLLOWS
THE TRAIN WILL
Leave Reading, 7.301 Leave Allentown, P
do Temple, 7 .481 do &mans, 4.27
do Blandon, 7.56 do Millerstown, 4.33
do Fleetwood, 8.07 do Al Barns, 4.46
do Lyons, 8.181 do Shamrock, 4.04
do Bowers, 8.22 do Mertztown, 4.47
do Topton, 8.29 do Topton, 5,02
do Mertztown, 8.341 do Bowers, 5.10
do Shamrock, 8.37 do Lyons. 2.13
do Al Sortie, 8,45 do Fleetwood, 5.25
do Millet - down, 8,52 do Blandon, 0.43
do Smarm, 9.03 do Temple, 0.43
Arive at Allentown, 9.20 Arrive at Reading, 6.0 J
Sir Passongers wishing to atop between Stallone, will
give due notico to the Conductor.
June 13, 15r3.1 E. M. CLYMER, President
NEW . GOODS!
T UST OPENED, AT THE STORE OF THE
tj subscriber, a general assortment of
lac:Owg.liwcialrlt.t. - 144.17wg,int?.1 1 1
MOURNING SILKS, • •
BLACK TAFATTE, for.Ladies' Circulars and Con
FIGURED BROWN SILKS, ,
DESIRABLE STYLES MOZABIQUES,
FRENCH MERINO FOR SHAWLS,
DOUBLE•FOLD MERINO Do.
COTTONADES AND JEANS,
MERINO, CASSIMERE NANKINETT:3,
BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLINS,
PAPER AND CAMBRIC hII34INS,
FRENCH CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
HICKORY STRIPES AND CHECKS,
COLORED AND BLEACHED FLANNEL,
IRISH LINEN AND MARSEILLAISE,
FARMERS' DRILLINGS AND CORDS,
PATENT THREAD, SPOOL COTI'ON,
HOSIERY, CLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SHAWLS, COATS, CIRCULARS,
BALMORALS AND HOOP SKIRTS,
PARASOLS AND SUN SHADES,
UMBRELLAS, Ac ,
All of which will be sold at reasonable prices—believ
ing that a nimble SIXPENCE will go farther than A BLOW
ammo. Call and one. mid get the value of goods for
the worth of your money.
jnne 20. 25 PENN STREET, READING
In the Court of Common noes of the
County of Berke, of April Term,
3.863. No. 22.
Allen Bechtel ros. Mary Jane Taylor, a minor no, the age
of fourteen years, by her Guardian Dodd MoKnight ;
E. Taylor u minor cruer the age of fourteen
wars, by his Guardian David Xvitnight ; and Zachary
Taylor, a minor oro , r the age of fourteen years, by his
Guardian David McKnight.
Breve de Partition Facienda.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
above named parties, that by virtue of the above
mentioned Writ of Partition, an inquest will be bald and
taken on Monday, the 13th day of July, A. D., 1663, at 2
o'clock, P. 51 ,of said day, on the premises herein de
scribed. to wit: All that certain three-story Dwelling
llou-e. back building and lot of ground on which the Caine
is erected, situate on the north side of Penn street, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, part of lot No. 5, in the plan of the
town of Reading, bounded and described at ¬es: Ltit,
ginning at a corner in Penn street, thence by lot of ground
occupied by /even Mant.erback northward 115 feet, thence
westward 6 feet 3 inches, thence northward 115 feet to a
corner on Court street, thence by the seine westward 25 ft.
to a corner of the tate Dr. John B. Otto's, eronud, thence
by the Caine as follows: Southward 25 teal, thence east
ward 1 foot 6 inches, thence southward 105 feet, thence
Batt 6 feet 8 inches, and thence southward 102 feet to the
Line of Penn street, and by the same eastward 23 feet 2
inches, to the place of beginning.
Also—All that certain lot of ground with the buildings
thereon erected, situate on the North-West corner of Fourth
and Chestnut streets, In said city. bounded and described
as follows: Beginning at the North-West corner of said
Fourth and Chestnut streets, thence westwardly along said
Chestnut street 52 feet, thence nortbwardly parallel with
Fourth street 31 feet, thence eastwardly parallel with said
Chestnut street 82 feet, thence sonthwardly along the line
of said Fourth street 31 feet, with the appurtenances: for
the purpose of making partition or valuation and appraloo
meat of said Real Betatt, as in the said Writ required, at
which time and place said parttee may attend if they think
Sheriff's 015 ce, Reading, May 30:11t85 ffIG
3—K7CE , Sheriff.
Relating to the publication of legal noticee in certain
counties. of thin Commonwealth
SECTLON I. Be it enacted by the Senate and Honee of
Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in
General Assembly met. and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the same, That whenever any Writ, Notice,
_Ruts or Order, shall ba required under any law of this
Commonwealth to be published in any newspaper in the
counties of Berke, Northampton, Lehigh, Lancaster,
Schuylkill, Lebanon, Bucker, Montgomery or York, it shall
be lawful for the proper Court to designate by general role
or special order, the paperer papers in which each publi
cation shall be made, and such publication under nth
order of the Court in any German newepaper elan be hold
to be adequate, and shall have all the tome and effect of a
publication in an English newspaper.
Speaker of the House of NepregeWatiOelf.
G. V. LAWRENCE,
Speaker of the Senate.
Approved the twentpaecond day of April, 1883.
A. G. CURTici, tioyernor.
fAN ANA AFTER JULY IBL 1863, THE PRI--
kJ allege of converting , the present issue of LEGAL
TENDER NOTES INTO Tait NATIONAL SIX PER CSNT.
LOAN (commonly called "five-Twenties") will sews.
All who wish to invest in the Five-Twenty Loan mutt,
therefore, apply before the lot of JULY next.
JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent,
April 11—Sm] No. 114 South Third Street, Phila.
ALL PARENTS aAI GUARDIANS ARE
earnestly'requested to keep the children under their
control from playing or walking upon the Railroad Tracks,
in and near this city. As Locomotives and Care are con
stantly in motion thereon, neglect of this precaution will
certainly result in serious and perhaps total accidence.
Jane d-lm) G. A. NICOLL6, Geueral Superignaudnit.
ILNSTANTANELIUDLY AND PERMANENTLY
removed without injury to the skin, by the nee of D.
CLINTON'S newly discovered process. Address, eir•
aloebig five route In protege eterope or currency, D. H.
CLINTON, 23 North Third drool, Philadelphia. pun PO
OF REAL ESTATE:
B Y . V F I.I 4 L . T ClE v Or tit S io U ni ND E. y . W
8 R a l i T: 111 0 . F L .
F E KA ,
r Loaned nut of the Court of Common P was of Berke conoty,
and to me directed, will be Hold at public vehdueot out-cry :
On Wednesday, the 14th day et July, A. L.
Ma. A, I ~'cock. P. M., at the public hones at t.viel 0.
Burke, Werner,ville, Lower Heidelberg, Berke county, at
wit: All that certain niemenage, tenement and trac (gland,
situate in Lower Heidelberg towasbip, Bel. county,
7 , hounded by Linda of Joseph buil, Daniel Ficher, N.ll-
Jail If asnler and where; coutai hi rig one hundred and
4:4 1 /..illirty•iix Ocean, more or lee, Tha itnprocetne.
I Lemon erected Ore twg etor • .STOti P. II OUSE. •Swilse
Hera and other out buildinge, Apple Orchard, :firing of
Water, Sc . Atc.
AI.o—A certain tract of land (being>, Limp St..eQnarry
ami two Kling th.orwort er.oted). situate to Lowor
hers townhltip, Firrk,veunty, hOlitided by WO& of Jong.
than Fun, Lerch Sr Brit berN; conteinlon two erre. 111 re
or lo.e. Sold an the properly of JAUOIJ IIrEIDENLIAJI
tnt IVNinrsclay. the 15:h darer July, A D.
1003. at 10 o'clock, A M , at the public house of Jacob G.
Doyeber, Lobachsville, Pike townehip, Berko county, to
wit: A certain messuage, temment and tract of land, situate
in Pike township, Berke county, bounded by lands of
Charles tliller. Francis Beilig. John Hommte, late David
SLithech and others; containing fifty five acres, more
Y; or lees. The improvements thereon erected are a
two-story STONE HOITSS, Swiss Barn, and other
ant-buildings, Orclmrd,spri ng of Water, Sc., An. Sold as
the property of .CHILIP BERTZOO.
tin Wednesday. the 15th day of July, A. D.
1563, at I o'clock, P. it.. at the public house of Simon it.
Clouser, in Earl township, Berke county, to-wit: A certain
tract of 11111 Land, (being chestnut eproate) nitnate In FAX/
township. Berko county, bounded by lands of Charles
Cleaves', Isaac Behemoth and Warne, and othere ;
containing above len cocoa, be the name more oche. told.
as the property of H. F. YOHN.
On Thursday, the 16th day of July, A. D.
Ms, at 1 o'clock, P. AL, at the public house of Henry
Bernhart, Pricetown, Ruecombmanor township, Perks
county, to wit: A certain Mesanage, Tenement and Tract
of Land, athlete in llnacombma nor township, Becks county,
boned.' by lands! of Samuel kiatollter, Molly Kenny,
Adam W. Kauffman, Sohn Bookie and Abraham Graeff ;
containing about twenty acres, more or lees; it being
arable land with the exception of about two acres of
sprouts. Sold es the property of SOLQMON MILLER.
On Friday, the 17th day of July, A. Ll. 1868,
atl o'clock, P. IL, at the public house of Peter Crouse, in
Kutztown, Berko county, to wit: All that certain three
aster's BRICK HOUSE and two-story back building at
inched, and Store Howie and lot or pleas of ground,
situate in the borough of Kutztown, Berke county,
bounded on the East by property of Charles Clehr, on the
West by property of Charles Bieber, on the North by Front
street, and, on the South by a twenty feet alley; containing
in front on Front street, sixty feat, and in depth one hum.
dred and sixty feet, more or less. The above property
will bo sold in the whole or separate pieces. Sold as the
property of. CHARLES HELFRICH and FRANCIS
At the same Lime and place : All those certain
Alesenages, Plantation, and two coatUnorte tracts of land,
situate in Maxatawny township, 'Barka county, one of
them bounded and described aa follows: beginning at a
corner post in a line of land late of Jost Henry $1011311198,11
Hand, (now George Smith) thence by lands of the said.
George Smith, and tract of land hereinafter described,
South eighty degrees, West forty four perches to a pod,
and North ten degrees, West sixty-seven perches to a poet,
thence by Made late of Joseph Siegfried, (uow of devisees
of Peter Hahn, demoted. and John Siegfried) South eighty
degrees, West eighty-one perches to &poet, thence by lands
late of Anthony Fisher, (now Samuel Barnhart, devisees
of Peter Huhn, deceased, and Jacob or Daniel Loibeneber
ger) South ten degrees, Sent one hundred and sixtyperches
to a white oak, thence by lands now of Daniel or rtephen
Leibensherger, Solomon Robes, Solomon Beets and Charles
Herman, North eighty degrees, East one hundred and
twenty-five perches to is hickory, thence by lands late of
Nicholas Harmony, (now Charles Hermann) North ten
degreee,West ninety three percher. to the place of beginning;
Containing one hundred acres and eighty.seven perches.
The other of them hounded and described as follows, to
wit: beginning at a stone corner in a line of the above de
scribed tract of land, thence by the same, South eighty
degrees, West nine perches and two-tenths to a atone, and
North ten degrees, West sixty-seven perches to a stone,
thence by land late of Jost Henry Sunman Head, (new
George Smith) North forty-three degrees, East four perches
and eve-tenths to a black oak, South fifty.llve degrees,
East tea perches and six-tenths to a black oak, South
eighteen degrees, East twenty-six perches to a black oak,
South thirty-six degrees, Weet ten perches and seven-tenths
to a stone, and South fifteen degrees, East twenty-nine
percbee and thremaartert to the place of beginning; con
taining four acres and thirteen perches, be Ahey either of
them, more or less. Being the same premises which
Philip Neon and wife, by Deed, dated February 9,1801,
and recorded in the Recorder's office, of Berke' county, in
Deed Book A, Volume 15, Page 56, granted and conveyed.
to the said Peter Henn, (of late yearn written Bolin) in fee,
and of which the said Peter Hate ettleuvently died seized,
The improvements consist of a two-story STONE and
Frame DWELLING. 11013 E, two-story Log Dwelling
Tense, large Stone Swine Barn, two-story Frame
Wagon Shed and Corn Crib, Log Stable, Blacken:llth
Shop, two-story Frame Tenant noose and Stable, and
other out buildings. The laud is in the higheat elate of cul
tivation, and conveniently divided into Bolds. About eight
acres is woodland. and six acres meadow land. There In
e. never-falling Sping of Water, valuable Lime-Stone
Quarry, and a fine thriving Apple Orchard upon the pram'.
set. Sold as the property of DANIEL KOHLER, Admin
istrator de Gonis non Mm testaments annex° of PETER
HEHN, late of Maxatawny township, Barks county, de•
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On Saturday, the 18th day of July, A. D.
ISO, at I o'clock, P. H., at the Keystone Hotel, in the city
of Reading, Berke county, le wit: A certain twoostory
BRICK ROMA. with summer kitchen _attached, and a
~„ one and a half-story Frame House (in the alley) and
or place df ground, situate in the village of Lana
port, Ontelanuee township, Barks county, bounded
by property of John Gauger, a public road, a public alley,
and the Cantle turnpike road ; containing in front, on said
.turnpike road, twenty-two and a half feet, and in depth,
two hundred and twenty feet, more or lees.
Also—k certain two-story BRICK MOOSE and Frame
fillobenetteelied, and lot or piece of pond, Waste 94
'athe West side of &chefs court, north of Walnut, and
.s( between 7th and Bth street, in the city of Reading,
Berke county, bounded on the North by property of
Jacob S. Livingood, on the West by Seventh street, on
the South by other property of David Boyer, on the East
by Zieber's court; containing in front about fifteen feet,
and in depth sixty feet, more or lees,
Also—A certain two-story BRICK HOUSE and Frame
Kitchen attached, and lot or place of ground, situate OA the
West aide of Zieber's court, North of Walnut, and between
2 . 7th and Bth street, in the city of Reading, Berke
lit county, bounded on the North by other property of
David Boyer, on the West by 7th street, on the Youth
by Wm. Atichenhaeh, and on the goat by 2teberie Mitt
containing in front about fifteen feet, and in depth !duty
feet, snore or less. Sold as the property of DAVID
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At the same time and place: All that certain
two and three quarter story brick DWELLING HOUSE
and lot or piece of ground situate in the city of Reading,
zerke county, on the East side of North Eighth street,
nd numbered in a general plan or plot of lots. laid.
a nt by John Green and Abraham. Eerper, No. 6,
bounded on the West by Eighth street, on the North by lot
No. 7, in said plan. now mime of John Green and Abra
ham Kuper, end on the South by a sixty feet street, not
yet opened or laid out, brit intended eo to be done; con
utleing twenty feet in front on said Eighth street, and run
ning East one hundred and twenty leer, more or lose.
Cold as the property of FRANCIS ARMSTRONG.
At the saute time and place: A certain Iwo
story REICH HOUSE with one and a qnarter.story brick
kitchen attached, and lot or piece of ground, aitnate on the
Sonth-East corner of Sixth and Dm streetr in the city of
alLeading. Berke county, adjoining on the i , onth by
property of late Samuel R Schmuck, on the East by
en alley, on the North by Elm etreet, and on the
West by North Sixth street; containing in front on Sixth
street, fifteen feet. and in depth one hnndred and ten feet,
more or less. Sold es the property of WILLIANSEUBERT
and MARY SEUDERT, hie Bina
At the same time and place All that certain
Lot of Ground or piece of land, (with BRICK BUILDING
thereon erected) inmate on the South East corner of Chest
nut and Fifth street, in the city of Reading, and county
iaaroreaaid, bounded and described as follows, to wit:
pon the North by Chestnut street, on the East by an
alley, on the South by property of Henry W. Smith,
and on the West by Fifth street ; containing In front on
said Fifth street, and in breadth North and South, nineteen
feet and four inches, and in length or depth, East and
West, one hundred and ten feet, more or lase. Sold as the
property of PETER ICEPFER, with notice to terra-tenant.
At the same time and place: All that certain
HOUSE and building lot of ground, No. 39, in a plan of
snb-division,llaid out by Philip Risher, situate on the West
E., of Cedar alley, North of Walnut street, in the
city of Reading, Berke county, bounded and described
as follows: on the North by property now or late of
John Shoenherr, and others, on the South by lot No. 90, In
Zioberia plan, aforesaid, on the East by Cedar alley, and on
the West by a ten feet alley containing in breadth, North
and South, twenty feet. and In length, East and West, one
hundred feet, more or less, on which is erected a two-story
Brick House, do, iac. Sold as the property of MARY
•- • •
At the esme time ;led Owe ; A certain tbreo
story BRICK ROCS& and brick Kitchen attached, and lot
or piece of ground, athlete on the Rag aide of North Fifth
listreet, between Washington and Walnut street, In the
city of Reading. Berke county, bounded on the Beath
by property of Augustus Thonipson, on the Bast by
Mrs. Purr, on the North by George Tomf.and• on the West
by Fifth onset containing in front fifteen feat, and In depth
one hundred and Sheen feet, more or lees. Sold ne the
property of SAMUEL PORK.
At the same time and place : All that certain
Lot or Piece of ground, situate on the Seatb-West corner of
North Ninth and Walnut street, in the city of Reading,
Barks county, in the state of Pennsylvania ' being Lot
marked No. 13, in a plan of lota laid out by the heira of
George Dillon, or.. late of the city of Reading aforesaid,
deceased, bounded and described as follows, to wit; on the
North by mid Walnut street, on the East by said North
Janina, street, on the South by lot marked in mid plan,
No. 12, end on the West by a ten feet wide alley, con
taining in front on North Ninth street twenty eight
feet and larvae Inch., and in depth along Walnut Street,
one hundred and two feet more or less, on which is erected
a one-story FRAME ROUSE, &0., &c. Sold as the property
of MOSES DILLON and ELIZA, his wife, with notice to
terretenaut. _ .
On Tuesday, the 21st day of July, A. D., 1863,
at 16 o'clock, A. M., at the pnblic Loreto a Charles Oraat,
(Stony Point) Rockland township, Darks county, to wit:
A certain manmade, tenement and tract of land, situate
in Rockland township, Perks county, bounded by lands or
Isaac Stimmel, William Printzenhoff, John Mast, and
Ellothers: containing thirty•ilve acres, more or less.
The improvements are a two-story GRIST MILL, a
.two-thiry STONE HOUSE, Stone Swiss Bars, Saw
Mill, Apple Orchard, romp of Water, dig. bold se the
property of ABSALOM BEIDLER.
On Tuesday, the 21st day of July. A. D., 1863,
of 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public house of John Moyer, in
Rockland township, Barks county, to wit: A certain two
atory STONE HOUSE and kitchen attached and large
Stone Shedding, Doing iti tavern stand) and tract or
piece of laud, eittlibta to Rockland township Rorke
county, bounded by lands of David Delcamp, Nicholas
Detormbel, Conrad Ely, Peter Miller, and others; contain
ing about eight scree, more or less. Sold as the property
or THOMAS GEISTRE, with notice to John Moyer, terra
Seized and taken into execnuon and to be sold by
ABRAHAM R. K(ENIG, nal&
Sheriff 's Offer, Beadlng anne 20, 1863.
air- All persons employed by the said Jamb Weldon
hammer. et. al. and all other defendants named, or any
or either of them, are booby required to make known to
the maid Sheriff at beset floe drys before the roapective
days of eitte of the above named property, the kind and
amount of their reepectire claims for wages, do., simian
the said defendants, as above named.
N. El.—By order of said Court, all persons Interested in
the distribution of the proceeds of sale, are hereby noti
fied that the distribution of the money arising
sale of the real estate aforesaid, will be made
Court, on Monday, Sonnet 24th, 1868.
N. e.—On en sales front 1125,00 and upward,*
replied to be paid dews