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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

gQSr~DR0WNED.—A young _Iau, about eight years of age, son of William O'Dear, -was drowned last Saturday in the Sebnylkill, doIow Jackson's Lock. He, with a number of other boys, was playing on some canal boats, when he fell into the river. Search was immediately made for his body, bnt owing to the strength of the current, it was not found nntil Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.—Times. _BSf Sanford's Opera Troupe will perform in this city on Tuesday and Wednesday evening next, in Odd Fellows' Hall. Sanford is well known to all our citizens as one of the best singers and performers in his line that lives; and we learn that his Company was never composed of bettor material than at present. He will need no extra exertions to draw crowded houses.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

The Eclectic Magazine.—We are indebted to Messrs. Strickland & Brother for the May number of this truly valuable repertory 6T Foreign Literature. It is embellished with handsome medallion portraits of the Prince and Princess of Wales, and contains eighteen selections of the best articles from late Foreign Magazines, among which «• The Jewish Church and its History," " The Japanese Martyrs," and " The Antiquity of Man," will be found particularl y interesting. The Eclectic is published monthly at §5 a year. Single Nos. 42 cents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Democratic Triumph is (_jhicaoo. —The election in Chicago on Tuesday for city officers, was closely contested, and the vote was large. The total vote cast was 20,300, and the result is a complete Democratic triumph. Shkuman, Dem., is elected Mayor by 18S majority. The _balauee of the Democratic ticket was also elected. The Council stands 20 Democrats, and 12 Abolitinninfu-

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

_VZS_* Accident in a Stone _Quaekt.—On Saturday morning IrrI, abont 8 o'_etouk, as Mr. Daniel Hiu. _nerabiU, who was engaged in blasting rocks in Leinbach_'c limestone quarry, at tbe Western end of the Penn streel bridge, was iu tbe act of pouring a charge of powder into a bole that bad been drilled for a blast, it suddenly exploded, and burned him terribly iu Ibe face and head. It appears that a blast had been made a few moments before in tbe rock near the uewly-drilled hole, from which fire must have communicated, and caused the explosion.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

KLINE & El_»PIHIMER , No. 10 BAST TBNN SQUARE, READING, PA. April 25, 1803.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

tef The Democratic Ward Clubs.—The organization of these Clubs is progressing finely. Adjourned _meetings were beld last Saturday evening in the several Wards, at which the form of a Constitution waa adopted and the necessary measnres taken for placing the Clubs on a permanent footing. Some of the Clubs have already elected their oUlcers, and tbe others have made nominations to be elected at a fa tare meeting. These Clubs are to be subordinate and auxiliary to the General City Club.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

SQ_?-A FEF.scny tragedy occurred in New i ork last -week. A deserter from the U. S. Army _poia* oned himself and his sweetheart. Tbe poison worked violently upon him, but had less effect upon the girl. He tried to strangle her, hut his death struggles weakened him, and he died , while ,e recovered.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Horsk Exhibition.—a _grauu trial ot tue speed of horses will take place on Wednesday next, April 29th, on the grounds of the East Pennsylvania Agricultural Society, at Norristown. Several horses from Berks county, we understa&d, are entered for competition. Tbe entrance fee is SI.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

titfS" Government Loans.—Jay Cooke has opened an agency for the sale of tbo U. S. 6 per cent. Government bouds, at tbe Heading Savings Bank, where these highly desirable securities may be obtained, in large or small amounts, free of charge for commissions, Sic. These bouds bear C per cent, interest, which will be paid at the Bank, oeml-annually, in gold, or its equivalent in premiilm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

SrKlJNii- (iUUDS AT REDUCED PRICES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

COITH.T PROCEEDINGS. Trial for Shooting a Deserter. The trial of Brandt and Lyon for shooting Isaac I>. Morris, a deserter from {lie V- S- Infantry, on _Oliriitnius day last, ended in a verdict of _Xut (iitilti/ :is to both _<lo!"cuil:iiits. Tl.o .Jury retinal to Ilwir romn at linlf-;_i;>sr, -I u_' clm -k on _MatHrdiiy afternoon and returned with tlietr verdict at a quarter past S o ' clock in the _evening. Judge _Woodwurd delivered unuargo' which Gltcd the rigid forms of _thu Common law, _V>y bis _Jiboral euJiMriii'liuii uf tiio same, to the exigencies of _ttic _i>;v.-cnt _wiir tin«os>, doolariiij_} that, though _ilcscrtiuu was nut n felony at oomlnnn law, iu fat-! tin "IVoiu-u ;it cnmiuon law nt nil, — being in Knghind, from whero we derive that, law. an uflciu-o :_ij_?:_iiiist tile iirticlcs nf war,—an oflicor acting under the authority mid nrmort wit!' tlie warrant uf tile l»r_.»v._wl Mar*lial III iil'ftwlillg deserters, was to bo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

TAVERH _UCEKSES GRAHTED. The following is a full _liet of tte Tavern Lteen_«e_« _jasl granted by the Court of Quarter _Sessions, fur the _onsuiog AViany. Amos Greeun-walt _Charles 1'. Dieliicb, JimitH _Kintpr, David Huinly, Je_«_se Miller, Am it;/. _Hirim S. l.udwig, l«aac Spotty., Chris'ian _IVtwniler_, PotRr _Maniuart, _Sif»)> Kleliu, AU_<we. Jetfei>on _Keogler, .M)u Babb SnsHu Kuhiud, - Daniel _ICollieuberger, l\w«- _Fies, ISfihrl. Samuel Strouse, Duuiel lkesber, I'rterS. I.nlz, J.inatbau ' ' .. Miller, Jacob Kurr, Moses Wolf. Jotin Peiffer, Sum. Abraham B. Tobias, Franklin B. Hain, John L. Kaufman, E. A. Lelnbach, Upper Bern. Frederick A. BeiJeman, Charles F. Rentschler, Jotin Albright, Sm_>nvilie Borough. Peter Gaul Daniel _Beotz, John Yeager, Brecknock. Peter Ziemer, Daniel Knauer, OtffAli&toH. George Zeile, William Coleman, John Hawk, Colebrookdale. Frederick N. Heller, Lewis L. Ouster. William B. Eagle, Centre. Jacob Hain, William Lu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

FOR SA&27. ,«M TWO ONE AND THREE QUARTER STOi!iffiSRr BRICK DWELLING HOUSES, and a one and ¦fcPtbree-qaaner story FUAMB, DWELLING HOUSE, adjoining eacti other, situate on the West side of Flum alley, between Penn and Franklin streets, in thecity of Reading, bounded on tbe Bust by said alley, and on the Went by other property of Second German ' Reformed Church. Each of the lots upon which said houses are built, extends in front on said alloy fifteen feet . North and South, and will be sold eighty feet in depth Bast and West. Possession _giveu on tha 1st of _Ootoljer next. For termg and farther Information, apply to the undersigned. GEO. K. LEVAV, Penn St., near Eiabtb. JAMES B BECHTRL, Court street, C. W. L. HOFFEDITZ, Penn St., below Plough and Harrow Hotel Trustees of Second German Reformed Church. March 21-tf. In the Orphans ' Court of Serbs County _TETRIT OF PARTITION SUR REAL ESTATE TT of Martin V.R Hocb, late of Oley township, Berks connty, deceased: Awarded by the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

OWNERS Or GARDENS, rAKE NOTICE!—THE SUBSCRIBE!! INforms the residents of Reading and the neighborhood, that he is prepared to undertake and attend punctually to all kind* of Garden-Work, such as planting Grape Vines, .g» Fruit Trees&cand prdnlng, trimming, grafting, l«5i»a l>ndding, &c. Orders left at Mr. _Hallsr's, Seventh _SS_^_Ss_^_street. near the Railroad Depot ; Mr. Aug. Kirinse_'s ,,J£-_ Shoe-Store, Chestnut street, opposite Laner_'s Brewery; Mr. Adam Ott's, corner of _Seventh and Walnut street; Frederick Kbertli'dWalnut streetbelow Tenth; or at bis residence, JSntionwood street, second door below Tenth, will be promptly answered. He hax also on hand, for sale,handsome GRAPE TINES, and all kinds of FRUIT TKEKH. Address April 4-4t] ELIAS MILLER, Reading, Pa. Estate of David Gilbert, late of Hereford township, Berks county, deceased. ¦_VTOTI0E 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET-[M TBRH Of Administration to the Estate of David Gilbert, late of Hereford township...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

DIED. Ou tbe 23d in_«t., in WnmalBdorf, Ellen _Lucretia_, daughter of John George _Saltzer, aged 17 years. [tier funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from her parents' residence in Womelsdorf. The relatives and friends are invited, without fnttber notice.] On the 31st Inst , in Philadelphia, Airs. MAbia V. Crahi, Widow Qf (t)« (ale Jvseph Craig, in theSOth year of her age. Her remain)) were interred on Tnuroday in tbe Cbarles Evans Cemetery. On the 20th inst., in this city, Jerome Noble, infant son of Henry and Cornelia Bartliuj;, aged 3 months and IS days. On the 19th itiet., in this city, George, son of George and Valeria _Kiwiuer, aged 2 years, 6 woaba and 7 days. Ou the luth inst_, in this city, _Hkxky, sou of Sim on and Catbarlne Collet, aged 1 year, 6 months and 7 days. On the ISth inst, la tbis city, Wtf._i.UM, son of William S. O'Dearaged 8 years and 5 months. On the lSih inst., in Lebanon, JUaky, daughter of _Jouiah and Isabella Fnnk ai;ed 10 years. O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

_Butit$ mi _Simaml _SATIWDAf, AMHL 25, 18_«3. vab _^ _heWsT HfflPORTANT FROM VICKSBURG. Passage of the Rebel Batteries by Admiral Porter. _Tlia Batteries at Warrenton Destroyed. A Washington dispatch, April 21, gives the following particulars of the running of tbeVicksburjr batteries by our gunboats and transports, under Admiral Porter: Oa the night of the 16th Admiral Porter succeeded in running the _Vicksburg batteries with se ven fine gunboats of his squadron and three transports. The Benton, his flagship, got opposite the upper battery, leading the line of vessels, _before the rebels opened fire. The rebels lheB _66ntinned firing from eleven P. M. until two A. M. upon each succeeding vessel as it passed. The only damage done us was the firing Jf the Henry Clay, one of the transports, and al*0a. shot through the Benton's hull. The Henry Clay was fired by the enemy's shell. All bands were saved. The pilot remained until the _fliniea forced him to leave. Our loss was but one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

READING _MARKET Fkidat. April 21,1863. Wheat (prime-white) Bnckwbcat Flour per l>er bushel 41 HO 100 Urn. 2 00 Wbaat, (prime red) Fork _y 100 _fts. 8 00 _jier _busliwl 1 m Beef (hind quarter) Rye do »0 par 100 ponuds S@9 00 fiurn (old) do 7S ]Beef (fore quarter) Ooru (ne>_y) do 7_S I l'er 100 pounds7@8 00 Corn _iiloal do 100 |Ham» per pouni 10 Oats do flS Shoulders do 7 PlaxifW do - 1 SO Flitch do S Oloversced do 4 SO {Dried tteef, ' do 13 Timothy seed do 2 2"> Tiililo Rutter do U Barley do 70 T.nmp Butter do S3 rotiitv.es do A0 _itirkin Butter do — Swuutl'titntoBH du 78 iTtlluw do g _ft Salt do fill .tard dn 10 Suit par Sack 140 ,'lliileM, Kaw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra I Best Old Kyo Whiskey, family whiM _$i bbl. 9 OJ per _gallon 3 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common _Wltisfcey_.iusr r«ui. ¦ .vhit,.)_'_^l Khi tt.» I ;,0 gallon * 4_s> to fiO Wli.>«t Flour (_lixlra _.I'laxsHwl tM ?_J gallon. SO (auiily) _jior Barrel SM '_%(!''r_« Juwo IS Wheat Fl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

THE SKIRMISHING AT SUFFOLK Washington, Tuesday, April 21. The following official dispatch relative to the recent fighting near Suffolk, Va., has been received at the Head Quarters of the Army: Fobteess Mohboe, April 19. MttJ. Gen. _Ifalteck, General\-m-Chief: 1 deem it due to the forces at Suffolk briefly to notice their gallant conduct during the last sis days. On Tuesday General Peck's right was attacked, and the enemy's advance was gallantly met by Col. Foster's light troops, driving him back to the line of his pickets. Anderson's (reb el) division engaged at the same time, on the water front, with our gunboats and batteries, and suffered materially. On Wednesday a rebel battery of 2-pounder rifled guns was effectually silenced, and the attack on the Smith Briggs, an armed quartermaster's boat, was repulsed. Repeated attempts have been made on our line?, but have all been foiled. The storming of the enemy's battery near the west branch of the _Nansemcnd_, by Gen. Getty, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. JFHIIMY, April 24, ISI53. FLOUR AND _GEAIN.—Tbe market for Flonr continnns dull and drooping. There is very little demand for export, aud the only sales we hear of are about 300 bbls fine and supertlne, and S00 _bbls lirnad Street Mills extra, on terms kept private, aud lt._OJ bbls fancy Ohio at $8. Tbe «al«« to tba tradu are moderate, within tha ranee of $li@6 2.7 for sapertl ae; $6 S0@7 tor _exti as; $; 2S@7 75 fdr family, and $s@_3 7o "_$ bbl for lancy _brandx_, according to quality. Rye Flour is more active, with Bales of 200 bbls to note, at $4 7.0 ft bbl. Corn Weal continue* dull dud unsettled, and Brandy wine is offered at _JU 50 _sp bblwithout sales. The receipts to-day are 1633 bbls flour, 0100 bua Wheat, 8?oo !>na Com. ttnd 6_A0O buKli Oats, 'i'ha market ig poorly supplied with Wheat, but the demand continues limited and prices about tha came, with sales of 6@70U0 bushels only to note for milling at _ltO@ltiSc for fair to good aud prime _Peuns...

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