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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

That's So !— The Springfield (Mass.) Republican says: "In nothing has the disappointment been greater than in the results expeoted from the emancipation war policy by those most i*_lnmnrAiia fni_* if. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

fqy" It is stated that wen. Fremont is to return " to active service in the Same _capacit y as before." If he must return at all, Prentice wishes it might be with much greater capacity.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

SHERIFF'S SALES OF REAL ESTATE. BY VIRTUE OF SUNDRY WRITS OF LEVA H Facias, VendUioni Exponasand fieri Facias, issued out of the Court or Common Pleas or Berks county, and to me directed, will be sold at public vendue or out-cry Oo Monday, the 23rd day of March', A. D., 1R63, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public house of Henry H. Bern hart, (_fricetown.) _KusCOinbra&uor townshipi Berks Mcounty to wit: A certain two story 8 ONE HOUSE with ba*euieut, one-story Stone Kitcbon attached, Frame _Slable, Pump of Water, and a lot or piece of groundsituate in Kus-combmauor township, _Berku county, bounded by lands of Martiu Angetadt, Dr. Charles Wuaver, Abraham Weitzel, and a public road ; containing 2 acres and 106 perches, more or lose, bold as tbe property of ULUAU BROWN. Oa Tuesday, the 24th day of Mareh, A D., 1863, »t 1 o'clock, P. M.r at the public houae of Joseph tiilsinger, in Douglass township, Berks county, to wit: No. I—a certain messuage, tenement and tract of land, s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. A Positive and Specific Remedy For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNETS, QMYSL _aafl DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. This Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and ex cites the Absorbents into healthy action, by which the Watery or Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlargements are reduced, as well as-Pain and Inflammation, and Ia Good For MUST, WOMEN" OR CHILDREN' I HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT _BTTCHTJ, For Weaknesses Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indiscretion or Abuse, attended with the following symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Po wer, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wakeful ness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in tbe Back, Universal Lassitude of the Flushing of tbe Body, Muscular System, Eruptions of the Skin, Hot Hands, DrynesB of the Skin, HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. " HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" _COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU PALLID COUNTENANCE. These symptoms, if allo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

Estate of Henry Bernhard Habicli_, late of the city of Heading, deceased NOTICE IS _HEUESJY GIVKN, THAT LETTEKS of Administration to the Kstateof Henry Bernbard Habich, late of the city of Reading, _deceased, have been granted to the subscriber, residing in the same city All persons indebted to said estate are _requeued to make payment, without delay, and all having _claimt against the same, _ars also requested to present them, properly antbeaticatcd, for settlemont. feb 21-et*] BLI S. FOX, Administrator. Estate of Solomon Glcker. late of Robeson township, Berks county, deceased. "\T OrU E IS HKK.EBY GIVEN. THAT LET i\ TBKS of AdmiuiMration to the fin1 ate of _Solomoj Sicker, late of Robe.son _townxbip. _Berks connty, deceased have been granted to the subscribersresiding in the same township. All per*-onx indebied to said estate, are requited to make payment wihout delay, and all having claimagainst tbe same, will present tnem, properly _autheuticat ed, for settlement. MARGARET GT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Haerisbubg, Thursday, February 26. Sbsatk.—Mr. Clymer presented two petitions from cisizens of Beiks county, for the enactment of a _constitutional call for a National Convention. Also, two petitions from citizens of Berks county, for the enactment of a law to prevent _blacks aud m llaitoea from coming into the Siate. Several unimportant bills were considered and passed. A-ljoumcd i ill Monday evening at 7 o'clock. __ House.—Mr. Weidaer presented a petition signed by twenty-one citizens of Pike township, Berks county, praying for the passage of a law to give th_^ ' collection of State and oounty taxes to the lowest bidder. Also, » remonstrance signed by ninety-two citizens of Pike township, protesting against the passage of any such law. Also, a petition from citizens of the city of Read ing, praying for the passage of an act to prevent the payment of wages in store-orderB in this Commonwealth. The bill authorizing the school directors of the borough...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

1863 ) PHILADELPHIA f Rq ibbd J PAPER HANGINGS, j 186S _HOWELL & _BOUB_.KS. _COBHEBTODBTH & MARKET Streets, PHILADELEHIA_, have now ia stack, a fine variety ot Wall Papers, got up expressly for their Spring Trade. W1_STDO W PAPER. OF EVERY GRADE, to _whicb they invile the attention t>t _Slbrikitptfs. 49- In their _it eteil Department, will be found the _choicest styles of the season. [Feb. 14-3 oro». PHILADELPHIA. MATTRESS ES_, tteds_, PeaihersBlanketsOAHlfAl_>tB.I»leB, q,ullt», Cushions, And all other articles belonging lo tbe _business. Feb. 14-lyJ AMOS _HILLBOKS. _W »i*:_j»; | girtS tl 5? iit:JK! Sis _Iflio __ f 31 H-."_sS« |« -H> -X Sl B&SfifKirSpiTis >pl _iriii r _itir _^ i-1 _fiti_^iff _mz a* g I _rauii* If a? *if 27OTXCS. PENN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. rpHE VOTABLB STOCKHOLDERS OP THE X Penn _Savings Association.are hereby _notified to assemble at lieebner's Hotel, on the iota day of March, 1S63, at 7 o'clock. P M.. for the pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

&n%%%_t an& _flf _iaacca1 SATDUDAY, MARCH 7, 1803 _fa_^_Tac _Chaktbb Election Geneva, Newark_, oa Mou4_ty, resulted in the success of tie entire Democratic ticket, by a majority of about 150. Kssiosation of Gbh. Siobl.—The Washington _carrespondent of the N. Y- Tribune says :— "Gen. Sigel has placed his resignation in the hands of the President and gone home. Insuperable difficulties in his intercourse with the Commander-in-chief, are alleged as the reasons fur this resignation, which will be regretted by e«*y soldier in the army. ft 18 thought in military circles that his corps will be consolidated ¦ ith some other." The DooKKBBPBa of thk Hocsb.—It gives us p leasure to copy the following extract of a letter from one Of out Hsrrisburg _cojrespondents. The compliment he pays to the present Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, is well deserved: • »I cannot close this letter without mentioning Mr. tiebw, the _Doorke*p_« »f the House. I must giy for him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

READING MARKET. Friday, March 6,1863. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per _bnshel Jl 70 100 _ftg. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork * 100 fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 62 Beef (hind quarter) Rye do 92 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 80 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do fcO per 100 _pounda < @6 00 GornMsal &6 60 Hams per pound 10 Oats do 60 Shoulders do 7 _Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 7 Clorerxeed do 4 -;0 Dried Beef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 (Table Butter do 22 Barley do 70 Lump Butter do 20 Potatoes do S3 ISlrlcin Bntter do — Sweet Potatoes do 70 jTaliow do _»_a Salt do 00 _Lavd do 10 Sa.lt per Sack 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 and S Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Rye Whiskey, family white) ft bbl. 9 0) per gallon 76 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fam. white) _«p 100 fts 4 £0 gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil _$? gallon SO family) per Barrel 8 SO Eggs per dozen 22 Wh_«t Flour (extra. Sto_»_S Cofl.1 (_KtOJTO, ego; family) per 100 _fte. 4 20 &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

DIED. In Philadelphia, on the 4th inst., Charles Kebn, infant son of Charles and Elizabeth Unman, aged 11 months and 22 days. On the 4th inst., in Philadelphia, Kdwarb Dudlby, only sou of Joseph L and Mary £. Packer, formerly of (bis city, in the 16th year of his age. On the morning of the 1st of March, at the residence of W m. V. Cox, in Philadelphia, Akthoxy H Morbis, E-q , in the 82d year of his age His remains were brought to this city on Tuesday morning last, and interred in the Charles Evans Cemetery. On the 28th ult,, in HgckJand_, Bekjamin, son of Jacob and Esther Strohm, aged 11 mouths and 28 days. On tbe 23d ult., in Maxatawny, Isaac, son of Nathan and Judith Kutz. aged 16 years, 9 mouths and 8 days. Oa tbe 22d ult., in East Cocalico, Lancaster county. Benedict Bitches, aged 71 years and 29 days Ou the 2id alt, i'_< this cicy, Sarah ClakiaSA, danghter Of MahlOu and Kllen Htiuck_, aged 3 months and 21 days. On the 19th ult., in this city, Carouse, wife at Major Isa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Fbidat, March 6, 1S63. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is no quotable change in Flour, and little or nothing doing in _Breadstnffs _generally, owing to the rapid decline of gold. The only sale we bear Of Is 400 bbl» fancy Ohio at $10, and a feW small lOt« to supply the trade at $6 12>_£@6 3', ._^ for superfine; $6 76 @9J 25 for extras; $7 50@S for extra family, and $7 50® i.O _<_p bbl for fancy brands, as in quality, at which rates there are more sellers than buyers, and the market closed _v«ry _iDactire. ByeFlonr is offered at $5 _$) bbl, and dull at that figure. Corn Meal comes in slowly, and Pennsylvania Weal is scarce but quiet; _ibelatt tales were at $4 f} bbl The r_«ceiputo_<day are 2740 bbl a of Flour, 3700 bush Wheat, 6300 bosh Corn and 7000 _bneh Oats. Toe Wheat market is unsettled and drooping, there is little or no demand either for shipment or _miiiug, and only about 2000 bosh found buyers in small lots, part taken last evening at 17t@1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

*TUIE UNDERSIGNED HAYE JUST FINISH-_|_ ed taking account of stock, iu view of commencing au EXCLUSIVE CASH BUSINESS, and are now prepared to sell any class of DRY HOODS at unusually Low _Pricex. Wm intend devoting onr attention mure to keeping a _complete line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS of all kinds suitable for the _seasons. oU> a nice Hue of Movumita ooobs. HOOP SKIRTS—we hold that we have the best make of Skirts in town, they being or th« beat quality or _stee , and having from 8 to 10 broad bands (woven) with the improved _fanteninga, which we are selling at Old Prices. Also, a complete line of domestic: &OODS, Such as Prints, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Blue _Drillings, Tickings, Sheetings Checks. Cotton Flannels. Woolen Flannels; and all kinds of Domestic Goods. GREAT BARGAINS. Now is the Time to Buy Bargains AT THB TLOuau sl harrow sto&b. Men's and Boys' Wear. We nave alwaya on hand ft large and full lot of Goods for Men and Boys' Wear, snch as: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

WAR NEWS! AflOTHEK NAVAL DISASTER. Capture of the United States _Ghwbsat Indianola by the Rebels. U S Mississippi Sqoadbon, 1 Feb. 27, via Memphis, March 1 1863. / To We _Bim. _Onwosr _Wbmbs. _Secrel_/_Uy _tf the Sat® 1 Sin. : I regret to inform you that the lndianola has also fallen into the hands of the enemy. The rams Webb and Queen of the West attacked her 25 miles from here, and rammed her until she surrendered, all of which can be traced to a non-compliance with my instructions. I do sot know the particulars. DAVID D. PORTER, Commander. The Indianola waa one of the finest gun boats of the squadron, and was considered invulnerable. She was built at Cincinnati, is of the " Monitor11 pittas, with an oblong stationary turret, in which were mounted two heavy _colnm biads. She passed by the batteries at Yicksburg on the night of the 13th alt., and was reported to be en route for the Red river, with a view of _retailing the captured steamer Queen of the W&t The despatch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

From General Rosecrans's Army Defeat of the Betoels at Braayville Washington, Tuesday, March a, 18b<$. The following has been received at the headquarters of the army: _Mubfkbmbobo, teun., Feb. 27, 1863. To Major Gen. Halleck, General in Chief: Gen. Stanley reports from his expedition to Bradyville. The Rebels of Morgan's and Wharton's commaadd made a stand in Brady ville. Cola. Paramour and Long we nt in with sabers and whipped them in about three minutes. Stokes 8 cavalry advanoed bravely with carbines. We took 70 prisoners, including 8 officers, their camp equipage, tents, saddles, some 70 horse?, and Basil Duke's regimental papers. _Mtjor Murphy did good service. We lost one man killed, and one Captain and seven men wounded. W. S. ROSECRANS, Gen. Com'g. _CniciHHATi, Tuesday, March 3, 1863. A special dispatch to The Commercial, dated Murfreesboro, 2d instant, says: " An expedition of 1,000 cavalry, comprising a detachment of the 4th Regulars, 3d and 4th Ohio, and f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

The U. S. Revenue Hydrometer, I/OK ASCERTAINING THE TRUE PER J7 C9nt °r Alcohol in inspected liquors, b\ which the amount of duty to be paid for internal revenue, is calculated. The _instrnment, with _glaus jar and book of tables and instructions, is packed in a pollened Mabogany Box with lock and key. Price _ffl Book only (50 cents. _SURVKYlftG TRANSIT LEVELS, COMPASSES, and _CHAU_.S, _Swtss Dun.. ™«=_™ . 55*^ cot Manufacturing Opticians, 924 Chestnut street, Jan31-8mu] Philadelphia, Pa. COAIi OIIi 1 COAX. OIL 11 GOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS a quart, at OEO. LERCH CO'S, Corner of Fifth and Penn Square, next door to Borbon's Mansion House. Feb 7 Hare Chance for a Cabinetmaker _^ XHE UNDERSIGNED, DESIROUS OF REllnqulshing business, offers for sale his stook of CABIWAuS and TOOLS, together with a HKARBB and everything necessary to carry on the Undertaking Business. This is (he oldest stand in the city, is in a good location, and offers a rare chance for a _peroon with a small ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

f_^ff»_Tmt Atlantic M onthly March, opens with a notice of the recent Life of Professor Wilson ("Christopher North"), ably estimating his character, and concluding with an admirable pen-and ink sketch of him. Professor _Agaeeiz contributes a remarkable scientific paper, in which be treats of America as the veritable old world—a continent when "Europe was represented only by islands risiDg here and there above the sea," which suggests that Eden may have been in the valley of the Mississippi! Nathaniel Hawthorne gives another of his charming English sketches, in which he takes the reader with him to Greenwich, near London. Mrs. Child gives " Willie Wharton." a pleasant lovestory ; and there is a true and telling account, by Surgeon Weekee, of " The Last Cruise of the Monitor." Of the political papers in this number, we have nothing to say. Boston: Publishe _i by Ticknor and Fields, at $3 a year. Sold by Harvey Birch & Brother.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

Payment of the State Militia.—In the Houae of Representatives, on Thursday, 26th nit., the following joint resolution from the Senate, relative to the remuneration of the Militia of the Commonwealth for services rendered during the raid of tbe rebels into this State last fall, wad taken up and concurred in : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, qC, That th« Governor of this Common wealth be and is hereby requested, immediately after the passage of this joint resolution, to pro ceed according to the provision's of the Act of Assembly of the 21 day of April, A. D., 1822, to pay the Militia called into the service of the United States, by the order of the 11th day of September, A. D 1862. out of the moneys of the Treasury, leaving the question of the liability of the United States for said payment to be hereafter adjusted by the proper authorities of the State and the United States.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

Trimming Store For Sale. IN ONE OF THB PLBASANTEST CITIES of Pennsylvania, a well-patronized TRIMMING STORE, which has done a good _business for the lam ten years, with a desirable Stock, with a handsome cheap residence, in the best location In the city, is offered for sale, for family reasons, on reasonable terinu. Apply at _Feb 28-2t*l THIS OFFICE. Commercial Broker. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN out a License as 4 COHMKECIAL BKOKEB, is pra_> pared to negotiate for the purchase and sale Of REAL ESTATE, _coix, STOCKS, . BONDS, MORTGAGES, and other Securities, Goods In uubroken Packages, Coiiec " - tlon of EentH, and any other business of a _Commitujoji Broker or Agent. 49- Parties having business to do in his line are requested to give him a call. JACOB C. _SCHQSNEB, OFFICE in Court Street, next _Oopr above Alderman Schcener. ' IFebZS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

THE SIEGE OF VICESBTJRG Cai&o, March 4,1863. The latest advices from Vicksburg state that two dredging machines had arrived, and would be pnt to work on the canal immediately. The river is rising fast, and the water is interfering much with the camps at the head of Island No. 95, the levees are broken, and the water is pouring over at a fearful rate, Another flatboat ran the batteries at Ticksburg. She was fired on by the rebels and struck three times. Afire at Lake Providence on Monday destroyed nearly the whole town, with a consider_, able amount of commissary stores. The Memphis _Bulletin of Saturday, the 28th ult., says that it was confidently believed in leading circles in that city that the rebels were then evacuating Vicksburg. Later and more direct intelligence, however, does not confirm that report.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

FEMALES! FEMALES! FEMALES! Use that Safe, Pleasant Remedy known as HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BV01IU, For all _Complaints Incident to the Eex No Family ihonld 1)8 Wlthont It, And None will when once Tried by them. It Is used by _TOUKQ AND OLD, In the Decline or Change or Life, And After and Btfim Marriage, During and After Confinement, To Strengthen the Nerves, Kesiore Nature to its Proper Channel, and Invigorate the Broken-down Constitution, From whatever Cause Originating USE NO MOKK _WOKTHLbbS PILLS ! Take HELltBOLD'S EXTRACT BUM1U. . See advertisement in another column. Oat It out. and send for it. [March 7

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