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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

WAR NEWS! VICTORY IN KEHTUCKY. A BAXU> _FOVCIBT BATSJbS. Fifty Rebels Slain—400 Captured. THE ENEMT DRIVEN TO THE RIVER Our news from Kentucky is very good. Gen. Gilmore'_s official account of the _battle at Somerset says that the _Bebela, 2,600 strong, were overtaken four mites north of tAat place; skirmishing began at once. But the General's own words best veil the story : "I attacked the ene my yesterday [Maroh 30] in A strong position of his own selection, defended by sixv cannon; fought him for five hours, driving him from one position to another; finally stormed his position, whipped him handsomely, and drove him in confuBiou toward the river. His loss is over 300 in lulled, wounded and prisoners. Tbe enemy outnumbered us two to one, and were commanded by _Pegram in person. Night stopped the pursuit, which will be renewed in the morning. We captured two stands of colors. Our loss iu killed, wounded; and missing will not exceed 30 Scott's famous Rebel regiment was cu...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

MONBY WANTED ! {\_S REAL ESTATE SECURITY. APPLY TO \J JACOB C. gCHOENER, Commercial Broker. Office—Conrt street. [.march 28 NOTICE XS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT I of (I. H. _Schwartz, Assignee of Jacob Gehman, has been fll«d in the _ProtttODotary_'_s office of Berks county, and that the same will be allowed and confirmed, on Monday, the 13th day of April next, unless cause be shown to the contrary. . March 28-St] A. W. KADFFMAN, Prothonotary. NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, TflAT THE SECOND I and final aeconnt of J. Daniel Wanner, Assignee of Ueldenreich & Kutz, has been filed in the Prothonotary's office of Berks county, and that the same will be allowed and confirmedon Mondaythe 13th day of April nest, unless cause be shown to the contrary. March 2B-911 A. W. KAUFFMAK, Prothouotary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT of Solomon Fistor, Assignee of Elijah Deloug and Wife, baa been filed in the Prothonotary's office of Berks county, and that tho same Will be allowed an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Fbtoat, April 3, 1863. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is very llttlo export demand for Flour to day. Buyeru and _Kolloru are apart iu their viowR, and the market dull. TLe anly _Rules wu hear of are S@900 bills. Pennsylvania and _western oxtra. family at $7 29@7 no, and _including 100 this, fancy Ohio at $8 75, and SOD _bbls. _Dolnwarn _avonne at a price kept private. Th» trade came forward _nlowly at prices within tbo rango of $6@U 25 superfine; $G fi0@7 for extra; $7@7 76 for family, and $S@9 _%? °bl. for fancy brands, as in quality. The sales are limited. _Kye Floor ig scarce and' Helling in a small way at $& $_> t>bl, which is an advance. Cora Meal continues dull aud prices nearly nominal at _previous quot-itiong. The receipts to-da_^ aro 2900 bblR Flour, 10,725 Imhhels Wheat, 12.760 bushels Corn, and 12,300 bushels Oats. There is not innch Wboat offoriDg, but the demand fur milling is less active and the market firm, with further sales ot fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

jaulU mi ibtttttcgat SATliUOM, APJJ1L 4, 1SOS. The Delay at _Charleston.—A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press says that the prime cause of the delay of the attack on Charleston faa9 not been with the army, as many suppose—for it has been said from the highest authority that (he troops have been waiting the word from the Admiral; nor has the delay been caused by the weather alone, but the pvesence in Charleston harbor of the torpedoes, with which tthaa been proved Monitors, unassisted, are unable to cope- _^ _lgg» _Hakpke'_s Maqazise forJApril, is unusu-8Hy attractive. It opens with a highly interesting _illusirated article on Hunting in Africa, by Wai. Charles Baldwin, a new adventurer in that line. " A few Days in Moscow," is also a very euterraining aad instructive Illustrated paper. The other contents, constating of biography, tales, sketches of notable characters, poetry, and editorial miscellany, are varied and interesting. This M»ga«ne well deserves its immense popula...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Commercial Broker. npHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN _|_ out a License as a COMMERCIAL BROKER, is prepared to negotiate for tho purchase and sale of REAL ESTATE, COIN, STOCKS, BONDS, MORTGAGES , and Oth_*r Securities, Goods in unbroken Packages, Collection Of Kentti, ami any other business of a Commission, Broker or Agent. 49" Parties having business to do in his line are request ed to give him a call. JACOB C. SCH(ENER, OFFICE in Court Street, next door above Alderman _chrenev. lFeD 28 _FEEELAKD SEMINARY, W ILL OPEN ITS SPRING TERM, ON Monday, Maroh 30th, JS63. Tonng men are fitted for Business, College or Teaching. Access to School by Beading Bailroad to the Royer_'_s JFon* Station. J For Catalogues or particulars, address •» « _v,_< _._«, H. A, HDKSICKEB_,Prinoipal. March 14-41*] Freeland, Montgomery _conntyTPft READING CLASSICAL ACADEMY , AND _woje_^_jmcajxm _scaooii TITILL COMMENCE ITS SPRING TERM * V on flnesJay, Ihe «h of April, and _CftnUnne 11 «raek« ' A class of Tea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

|_£?>Thk Atiahtic Monthxt for April contains several excellent articles. The most interesting of them is " Personal Reminiscences of the late Henry Thomas Buckle," by Mr. Charles Hale, who met him in Egypt, and was with him a short time before his death. " Wet-weather Work," by our old favorite, "Ike Marvel," (Donald G. Mitchell) ia not what its title would lead us to suppose; the writer assumes the oocupation of a farmer, and takes the advantage of a wet day to descant upon those ancient authors who taught or sung the praises of farming. " A Spasm of Sense" contains some most excellent observations on the duties of mothers, and 9how8 up in severe terms the fallacious dootrine that a woman should _sacrifice herself for her children. This is one of the best articles in the number. Of the poetry, the best pieces are " Thft Flag," by Julia W. Howe, and " The East and the West," by the late Theodore Winlhrop. In the May number we are promised a new story by Miss Harding, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

1' , i , _, i : ; • , SHERIFF'S SALE OF SEAL ESTATE. T>Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF LEVAR1 FATj CIAS, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks cOuuty, and to me directed, will be sold at public vendue or out cry: On Wednesday, the 13th day of April, A. D., 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M, at the public house of David H. Fink, In the borough of Hamburg, Berks county, to Wit ; _SjjA All that certain two-story BRICK HODSE and Lot or H>;l piece of ground, situate, lying and being on the west _XoKaide of White Oak street, in the borough Hambarg, in the county of Berks aforesaid, and being part of the lot marked and numbered in Henry Heinley'_s Town Plan, numbered twenty, _(20), bounded and described as follows, to wit; Beginning at a post at said White Oak »tt66t. thenee by Lot No. 19, of John Tobias, South 17 degrees, West 172 feet to a post at a 16 feet alley, thence by the same _Sonth 13 degrees, East 20 feet to a post, thenco by Lot of Levi Francis, North 77 degrees, East 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

THE OPERATIONS OP THE BLACK TltOOPS IN FLORIDA. The following is Gen. Saxton_'s official report of the operations of the black troops in Florida: Beaufort, S. C, March 14, 1863. Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Sir ; I hare the honor to report that the ex_« pedition which I sent up the St. John's River, Florida, consisting of the 1st Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, Col. T. W. Higginson, commanding, and a portion of the 2d South Carolina Volunteers, under Col. Montgomery, captured and took possession of Jacksonville on Tuesday, the 10th inst. As I stated in my last report to you, the object of this expedition was to occupy Jacksonville, and make it the base of operations for arming the negroes, and securing, in this way, possession of the entire State of Florida. It gives me pleasure to report that so far tbe objects of the expedition have been fully accomp lished. The town is completely in our possession, and many prisoners. There has been constant skirmishing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Death of Major-Gehbral Scmsbe.—Major-General Edwin V. Sumner died at Syracuse, N. Y, last Saturday, of congestion of the lungs, after a very brief illness, ag«d €9 years. No man in the army has seen more service than this gallant officer. He was attached to the army of the Potomac, and was i n all the bloody battles fought by that army. Upon Gen. Hooker's appointment to the chief command, Sumner was relieved at his own request, and had just been appointed to the command of the Missouri Department when bis death occurred. He was a native of Boston, and entered the regular army as Second Lieu tenant in 1819. He served in tbe Indian war and also in Mexico. He was severely wounded at Cerro Gordo, and for gallant conduct in that battle was brevetted Lieutenant Colonel. He was military Governor of New Mexico in 1852, and in 1856 commanded in Kansas. In 1858 he was appointed commander of the Department of toe West, and in 1861 was selected and sent to California to relieve Gen. A. S. Joh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

SALE. OF LAM). 1,200,000 _A.C2LHS TAKB& _£AND : . OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT THIS COMpany, in the few years since the construction of the KailToad_, has sold a large number of Farms to settlers, Who, mostly in a short time, enjoyed a degree of prosperity, which is snlflcient evidence of the qnality of tho soil, and the facilities for disposing of its produce. The numerous villages which have spruDg np in this short time also indicate tho abnndant resources of the country. The land is rich PIUIRIS SOIL, often thickly wooded. Woodland can generally bo purchased at short distances and low prices—sometimes of tbe Company. The various « kinds of grain are successfully cultivated. Fruit, _Grapex, ? 4c, grow rapidly, and yield abundantly and of superior ;J quality. The fruit market ia probably the best in the *| West. For the raising of Cattle there is uo better country (j to be found. Considering the Infancy of the settlements, g much has ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

APPEAL _BAYS. -\_TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE 11 Appeal bays for the several Wards, Boroughs and Townships, in the County of Berks, for the year 1863, will be held in the Commissioners' Office, at Reading, as follows: Bethel. April 13 Alsace, April 20 Upper Tulpehoccon, do 13 Muhlenberg, do 20 Talpehoccon,. do 13 Ontelaunee, do 20 Bern Upper, do 13 Mftldenoreek, do 20 Centra, do 14 Perry, do 2] BernvlUe_, do 14 Rnekland_, do 21 Penn_, do 11 LongBwainp, do 21 Jefferson. do 14 Pike, do 21 Heidelberg, North do 16 Hereford, do 22 Heidelberg, Lower do 15 District, do 22 Heidnlberg, do 16 Washington, do 22 Marlon, do 15 Colebrookdale, . do 22 Hamburg, do 16 OW. do 54 Windsor, do 16 Earl, do 23 Albany, do 16 Douglas*, do 23 Greenwich, do 16 Amity, do 23 Ruscombmanor, do 17 Union do 24 Richmond, do 17 Kobeson, do 24 Rutltown, do 17 Carnarvon, do 24 Maxatawny, do 17 Brecknock, do 25 Womelsdorf, do 18 Bern, do 25 . Spring, do 18 Exeter, Jo 25 Cnmru, do 18 Heading, do 27 Tbe Assessors of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

A. PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, THE HON. W. J. WOODWARD, _En'inircl'mideflt of tb* Conrt of Common Pleas in I ho twenty-third district, eoimxtinsr of the county ot li-n-JcK, in PumiKylvauia, David 8_niA].t. and _Geobob D. _STiTztfi,, Ejqnii'ns, _Justice of tlm Courts ()f Oy«r and Termiuer, ({minor Sessions, and Genera) Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other otfeiidernin _llus said county of Uorks, by their precept to me directed, tested at Heading, _tb_* loth Juy.if January. A. [).. 1S_63. hnvu urilcrod a Court of Common 1'leaH, General Quarter Ses.»ioiiK, Oyar and Tcrminer aud General Jail Delivery, to b« h«ld at _Reading, on the second Monday in April unxt, (which will bo the 13th day of said mouth) to _continuo three wcclcs; NOTICE, therefore, in hevel>v _given _toJhe Mayor and Aldenucn of the city vf Ki-adin_^, tbo Coroner, tho _Jasticen ol tho Ponce, and tlio Constables of tlie said county of Berks_, that they aro by the _sa.iil _jirecew commanded to be the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

WE HAVK JUST OPENED A _Lrt_^_va 3 , _^CK OF SILKS, x> _js _3Ls ja. x 3sr jet &, _EimUSH GHALUES, BLACK AfiD COLORED ALPACCAS, BLACK WOOL De LAINES, Black Bombazines, BLACK COBURGS, And all kinds of SPRING O00DS, to which tbo attention of buyers ia respectfully invited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

BATCHEIOH'S HAIR DYJE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. William A. Bati-._tkvh ' --" I'sletoratod IThI_? Dye produces a cm1<u to b? _i!i-t!i.i;iiiH!:<::i ' ¦ "" 3i«ai0—warranted not to injure the Hair iu the _leart; remedies the ill elfectfi of bad 'lyns, ami invigorates tlio H-iir -or life. GBEY, _liED, or lii_'_STY HAiu _instantly tarns % M>lendid Black or Brown, avins the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all Druggists, &c. E_^ The Genuine is _sizaed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOK, on. the four sides of each box. Factory. No. SI Barclay Streot _, New-York, (Lure 233 Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

HERNIA. XHE MOST DISTRESSING RUPTURES r'sssSiSssjsr _17 ' **•***¦**»*• v«™_JLS?ru _X or Ttua *¦* Second «w«5. BeJdiJft Mwoiitf-imo *! B«lu«n*qr,ftk

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

MARRIED. March 14th, by Rev. A. L. Herman, Mr. Jerbhmh H. Hillebof Brecknock, to Miss Rachkl Davis, of Spring. By the same, March 21st, Mr. William Weaver, to Miss Sarah A. Debb, both of Oley. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

SPRING GOODS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

POOR HOUSE ACCOUNT. j TAUOB CONRAD, STEWARD, IN ACCOUNT _f) «i;_li Hi.. _Uirectum of tbe Poor and _liolise of Employ-! inunt of the Loamy of Berks for the year 1SU2 EXPENDITURES, CK _- Paid sundry persons for conveying paupers to the 1_'oor House during the year, _>106 10 Sundry expenses on business taring the yuax, *»_5 7o Sending away paupers and gratuity, 20 63 _1'ostatteiind box hire, 1 « _Charles _Breneiser, _eegars and tobacco, 131 _JS Keubeu Hohn, on account for labor, 43 T8 Uebecca Miglitmyer, for ninlchen, '?> William Oreaves , re-cutting files, 0 72 Filbert & Brother, dry goods, 0 72 Abraham Fry, on account superintending _Hospital, 63 00 William Keely, _expressage on bags, 5U Ezra High, cider and app.es, s •* Sweet potatoes, 2 00 Buckles, 21 Miclwcl We'uknecnt, castrating (tigs, 1 80 Expenses in law salt with the Overseers of tho Poor of Franklin township, Carbon'county, 31 77 Sundries, - 21 Mr. Humphreys, fish, 1 °° John Bollman, tailor work, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

CONSTITUTION WATER IBB OSBAT RBMIIDf FOB THE _COWSTXTTTTZOSr AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB DIABETES AND DISEA8ES OF THE • •• KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These _Dangerws and Troublesome Diseaseswhich hn_*. thus far Resisted tht best directed Treatment, _mnU Completely CuntroUedhytheBBMEDYnoivbefore_*. ' TBS CURATIVE properties of the medtcia* direct themulm to the orgam of _neeretlon, and by m altering tbe condition; o( tbe _iiumuh and liyer that the;•tardy principle of the food t* aotcoT verted into sugar so long as tbe system is under the Id fluenceofthe ' - _COSaTITUTIOS WATER, which gives those organs time to recover their healthy ton. and vigor. We are able to state that the Constitution W. ter has cured every case of Diabetes in which It has beau given. STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRavri BRICK DUST DEPOSITS, AND MUCOUS OR ' MILKY DISCHARGES AFTER URINATING. _Disease'occurring from one and the same cause •will _ba entirely cored _bj the ConsUtntion Water, if taken foraov le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

For Rats, Mice. Roacheg_, iVuts_, Bed Bugs, Moths in Furs, Woollens, &c. Insects on Plmts, _Kowla_, _Animalt, &c. Pnt np in. 25c. 80c. and $1 00 _Boxeiy Bottlecand _PJanks, H3 and $3 sizes for Hotels, _t_'_nsi.ic' _Iwstitdtio_^s, itc. n Only infallible remedies known." •'Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." . " Kats come out of their boles to die." 4ST- Sold Wholesale iu all large citlea. 49" Sold by all _Dbdouists and UktailebS everywhere: _mt ill BrWARRIII" of _»U worthless _imiWtipns, 49* Bee that " Costak's " name la on each Bos, Bottlei and Flask, before yon boy. Mr- Address HKMRY B. COSTAR, _W _PmscipAt Depot 4S2 Broadh-at, Jr. Y. * . 49-Sold by-HAKVEY BIRCH & Co., Wholesale and Retail; _t'.8.Stevens, 03 East Penn street, above tbe Bailroad ; J« K, MoCpppt; R P, _Hdhx_^b & Co., K_«AWNa, PA, Juuaary 17, lt>65-8iao /Wm A LECTURE aoEr TO YOUNG MEN Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope, Price Six Cents A LECTURE ON THE ...

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