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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

CARD OF F. W. HUGHES, ESQ TO MY DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS . JN PENNSYIr-VANIA. The sympathy enlisted i n my behalf, because of the Abolition persecution through which I have passed, and my known , views in regard to the future of our afflicted and misgoverned country has evoked expressions of regret for my defeat in the recent contest for United States Senator. Let me assure you that you have but little occasion for any regret on that account, but great cause for congratulation that a gentleman of such surpassing ability and sound Constitu tional and State Big hts views a._a the Hon. Charles K. Baokalew has been selected. I have had comparatively little other feeling or anxiety on the subject of my election, than that perohanoe I might in the position sought, be the humble instrument under Providence in serving my native Slate and our common country. I believe that God lias eft graven on the _fnee of this Western Coutinent, so legibly that all should read it, that the territory fro...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

The National Finances—Message ol the President. To the Senate and House of Representatives : I have signed tbe joint, resolution to provide for the immediate payment of the Army and Navy of the United States, passed by the House Of Representatives on the 14th, and by the Senate on the loth inst. The joint resolution is a simple authority, amounting, however, uuder existing circumstances, to a direction to the Secretary of the Treasury to make an additional issue cf $100,-000,000 in United States notes, if so touch money is needed for the payment of the army and navy. My approval is given in order that every possible _fooilitj may te-afforded for the prompt discharge of. all arrears of pay due to our soldiers aud our, .sailors. While giving this approval, however* I think it my duty to express my sincere regret that it has beon found _neoessivry to authorize so large an additional issue " of United States , notes,.when their-circulation and that of the suspAWed banks together have ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_^_p T- NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE _$r BIOS EX.— Male and Female _Agents wanted iu _^_F6Vftry town in the State of Penosylvauia. to canvass m for 3_Tm. Stephens' great, woik, _ib« PICTORIAL H13-¥ _1'ORV of tha _WAU FO& THE VmOS. It, if) just tbe f work for tbe people, and will sooner or later find ita way into every _fataiiy. Two .Royal Octavo Volumes, 496 P_4_£«s mich. ._buibsliUhed with over 200 _firnt _cistss Kngrav ings. Price *2,S0 per volume. _FIKfcT VOLTJSIB MOW READY. Asnnts are meetiug with extraordinary success. Sold only by subscription by regnlany appointed > _Agents,-who liave the exclusive sale itt the territory M nmunai _thtsm. For terms. &c_, _addvexs J, O. WELLS, M 16S William street, Dew-York. PubllKherof _Subocrtp -_^ Uon BooUs. Manufacturing Depot for Goods _^W suited to tbe times, and the sales of Agents. _^ ^^ January 3, lS63-3t AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Benjamin Straaaer, late of "Windsor _tovynahlp_, Berks county, elee'd, rrUJE UNDEl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

WAS NEWS! - - i _i_* . : r—- J The Army t»f ihe _Potomac Moving ADVANCE AGAINST _FREOEWCICSBURG Biirnside_'_s Address to his Troops. THE ARMY OP THE POTOMAC ACROSS TUTS ¦*¦ - RAPPATIANNOCK. .[From tlie WasliUKtou Star, Jan. 21.] - ' The _understiwHlinK in _O>_5_s oily lo-day ia that a portion of the Army of..the . Potomac—General Hooker's division—has at ' last, certainly crossed the _llappahannookj and that the movement look place yesterday. . ' , " ' • ' -. ' " _TU_$ _ADVANCEJtNOWN IN RICHMOND). [From _tbe llichmond Examiner, Jan, 2).] News from FunnKBTCKnuuRa.—The rumor brought to _thii city Saturday evening that Burtiside was threatening to cross Hie Rappahannock, »as farther : corrobd?aUd by passengers whq reached here from Fredericksburg last night. They report'the belief as current in Fredericksburg that the enemy is about to advance simultaneously above and below the town, and that an _engagement is thought imminent. The best opinion here _ttemt <&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

R£ADINfr MARKET. _Fhidit, January 23i 1863i Wheat (prim? white) Buckwheat'Flonrper per bushel #1 45 100 lbs. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork $1100 _fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 35 Beef (hind quarter) Rye do- 6» per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 60 Beef (fore quarter) Cora (new) " do fiS per IOO pounds 7@8 00 GornM&Ll 4_p 00 _Haiufi perp9tts4. 10 Oats ' do 00 Shonlders do 7 _Flaxseed ' do 1 30 Flitch do . 7 _Cloverseed do 4 30 Dried Beef, do " 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 21 Barley do . 70 Lump Butter do 20 Potatoes do &> Firkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 76 Tallow do 9_M Salt do 60 Lard ' do 8 Salt per Suck 140 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat _yionr (extra Best Old Bye Whiskey, family white) $ bbl. 7 5) •• per gallon 76 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per ¦ (am. white) f) 100 lbs 3 75 ., gallon. - 27 to SI Wheat Flour (extra • Flaxseed 01} %) gallon 80 family) par Barrel 8 CO Eggs per doxen . 21 Wheat Floor (extra Stone Coal (stoveegg . famil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Board of School Controllers. The Board of Controllers of the Reading School _Diotrict held their regular slated meeting on _Hoodity, January 12tb, 1863) at the. Bi K h School Bnilding. Tbe following members were in _atwmlacco: Me««r8 Arnold, Beaver, Briner, Eckert, Frees, Gernand, _Hagcmuian_, tl.ha. lloff, Knerr, Mci_/urdy, Mengel, Fence, J. S. Kicliards. _Hubinson. _Roland, Rapport, Seidel ' _, Shearer, Till. Turner, Van Leer—22. AbierU—Metuirt. Uain, McCanley, Miller, _Moers, Nagle_, Peocock, L, B. RIcliardH, Stout—S. The minutes of (be l»*t _meeting were reaJ and _upprbvii. The Hi Kb. bchool _Committee, l)r. McCardy chairman, made a report relative to the application of several pupil* for re admission to the School. . On motion of Sir. _Mengel, the subject was _referred back to the Conlmlttee with power to act. The same Commiitee also reported having arranged the term* ol tuition of Th_«o. _Oiriigues with the Pireciore _pf Ainu* township, and thatpayment Tor the present year h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. FRIDAY, Jan. 23, 1SS3. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is no quotable change in Flonr, and bnt little inquiry either for export or home use. Holders, however, are lirm in their views, with tsometbinx of a speculative demand from the _went, _fains for shipuient include 7OU@S O bbU. Ohio family at 97 25@7 GO, anil TOJ bbl8. W. UTliomsta' cK_^ra on terms k_«pt piivare. The Rales to the trade are limited wltbin the range or 46 if, @6 37J_^ for superflno; _*_5 fl0@7 for extras; $7 12«_£@7 75 for extra family, and $S@9 f_) bbl. for fancy brands, as to quality, and ihe receipts aud stocks fair for the season. Rye Flour is dull, and offered at $1 _$) hbl, without sales. Corn Meal continues scarceand Pennsylvania meal is held at _$* !jf_) bl>l. The receipts to-day are 310) _bbls. flonr; (1377 bnnbela Wheat; 77W bn_^lielK corn, and S1C0 bushels oats. There is not much Wheat _ntrerlag, and _vhe market is firm at fatly former rates, with farther sales of S00O busbeU, mostly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Public Sale of Real Estate. WI LL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, ON Saturday, the 3M of January, _lbtfS, ou the premises, in Amity township, Berks county, all that certain lUemUWKe_, teuemenlaud Iract of Uttd, *_A«tainin_« QSaCr«B. more or less, 2 acres of wbicti are meadow land with TA N MY ABD and Tan-houve and _thop. a two-story STONK DWELLING _HOUSE, with two tenant Houses, one a two story brick, nearly new, a good barn, two Apple Orchardswith all kind of FruitSprings and a neverfailiPir Htreain runniuv thron«h the same. This property in beautifully located on tbe Heading and Perkiomen Turnpike, about 1 mile _wext of _PoBirlaesTille_, in » ht-altty country, and within a few hundred yards of the Railroad, convenient to School, Mill, aod places of pnblio worship. Persons _wishing to pmchasea desirable property, would do well to call and view thin properyas it affords a rare opportunity to make a profitable investment. bale to commence at I o'clock, 1*. M., of said day, when due altenJs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT AND STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS OF THE Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Sink ing Spring, Berks county. rXilTE UNDERSIGNED, IN BEHALF OF THE JBoard of Managers, present the following report as a correct statement of the affairs of the Company, on the 31_nt of December, 1862: There were 221 new Policies issued daring the year, payinjf $1,110 61 premiums and fee«$ there was received on account of outstanding Assessment, (No.11,) _|s3S8 64; and interest on money loaned ont, $91 92—making the total receipts $1,363 07 during the year. Out of which was appropriated the sum of $641 9.9, to pay contingent expenditures and allowances, as per annexed statement, leaving a balance of $921 08 to go to the fund on hand Jannary 1, «««.. The losses by _flradaringthapaHL year, were not as heavy as in some former years, yet they annum to an aggregate of $5,£7S 97, which being paid, leaves a balance of $'i!Sl 65 on hand January 1,1863. The last year was gotten over witbent t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

DIED. In this city, on the 22d inat., Milton Valb.ntisb, only B«n Of K«Vt »'b»w»» T- and Mary l&jjer, aged 1 y«M and 6 months. , ' The relatives and friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of the pareuts, -1th street, near Washington, this (Saturday) afternoon at 1 o'clock, to proceed to the Charles Evans Cemetery. * In this city, on the 22d inst., Mabt_, wife of John Hoyer, Sr., in the utith year of her age. Tbe friends and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral without further notice, on Monday afternoon tU 2 o'clock, from the _residence of her husband, corner of Sprnce aud Canal _utreeu, to proceed to St. James's Lutheran Chuich, and from thence to Aulenbach's Cemetery. * On the morning of the 22d inst., iu Lower Heidelberg, Sergt. Aaron _b. Holl, of Company K, 101st _Penna. Regiment, agvd 3) years and 1 month. Ills relatives aud iriendb are invited to attend bis funeral, on Monday next, tbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Losses by Fire sustained _ly the following named Members, during the last year, to wit: Daniel K. Snydar, contents of dwelling, $ 2S 00 Peter Unibenhocker, smoke bouse, 5 36 Daniel _Honsntn, house and contents, 1,444 41 Addauis & Mullcouten'8 of store, 25 75 Joseph V. _W. Kohl,"barn and contents, 1,192 10 _Uciiiy Degler, saw-mill, 225 00 Andrew Walbojru, barn and _contents, 914 (0 Dr. William Moore, damage to house, 3 00 Daniel Wenrich, tenant house, Hi CO Total in Berks connty, 4 _. SS3 97 Samuel B. _Fiickinger, contents of house, Lancast«r coaaty, • 30 00 John F. Fullweiler, house and contents, _Lohigh coanty, 440 03 Joseph Long, shop aud content*, Lebanon county, 210 OO Seidel & Killinger, coal hoot*, Lubannn county, 15 00 225 00 *S./!78 97 The Officers for tlie ensuing year, arer—SOLOMON KEKBY, President, Kerbyvllle, V. O.,Berksc« _WiiTuam Hbocock, Treasurer, Heading, Berks county Aaron Huli,, Secetary, (Sinking Spring, do Andrew Kurr, Manager, Bethel, do Dr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

In the Orphans' Court of Berks county, and State of _Pennsylvania. In Ou Matter of tlie Writ of Partition or valutinn of tlie Real Estate °/ Henry- Oovely, late of Hereford township, in we County _vfEerhs_, _atveousal. And _nmo to _tbll! December ISth, lS«s, A T AN ORPHANS' COURT HELP AT RJ_5ADJ\_ ING, in and for the County of Berks, present all tho Judges ot said Court, ou motion of Daniel _Krmsutrout, Esq., the Court grant a. rnle on all the heirs and legal representatives ot Henry Covely, la»e of _IIeref.>rd township, Berks county, _deceased, to be and appear at the neat Orphans' Cuurt, to be held at Heading, in and for said Coanty on the 5tb day of March, A. D., 1S63, at 10 o'clock, A. H., to accept or relune to accept tbe Real Estate, to bid more or show cause why the »ame shall not be sold accordiug to law. By order of the Court, dec 27-6t] DANIEL HAHH, Clerk O. C. To Lease on Favorable Terms * _I_^HE COAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE '• Old Forge Coal Company,'* situated ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZHH APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIcine has universally received the most favorable recommendations of the Medical _Pbofessioh and the _Fcblic, as the srost Efficient and Aukeeable SALINE APERIENT. It may be used with ibe _fcesl effect Itt Billons aud Febrile Diseases, _Costivenees, Sick Headache, Nausea, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Sheumatio Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all complainto WHERK A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PUKOATIVB IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Residents of Hot Climates, _Persons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids aud Convalescents; Captains of Vessels and _Planters will find it a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests. It ia iu the fofin of a powder, carefully pa' up in bottles, * to keep in any. climate, and merely requires 'water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

LIST OF COLORS: r>, 7 _jjiacn., . . ><< " rASr_^_v_. Salmon, Dark Brown, /_£_& ^~ """V _&>V Scarlet, _Sti>.f Jlrtiwn, ($1 A _\S\ jjurk JJrufi, Light tirovon, \\ mJ &_£k /¦ "/ Ligjit l)ra>i% Dork Blue, \ I B JLf_\ _W) _^ llow ' _1'i yld Blue, _^^JhcSB_^yf) Jjiylu _i'ellmv _. Dark _Creen, Wt jliikat&LeLl \ Orange, Light Green, Wa3_vS&.i _JEyk Magenta, F'irj'le; _WkSSSo_^' I'Mch BlM, Sla"' > Royal Purple, Crimson, _^*_igri f'*^S^?r" Violet. FAMILY DYE COLORS, FOR DYING STLK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, aiiitwla, _Scarfn, Brussen, Tiiob(m», <Slovee, Bannets, HatsFeatborn, Kid GlovesChildren's Clothingand Ml kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast colors. A Saving of 80 per cent. These •yes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly, tested, end pat up is neat _packages. For twauty-fl vn centB yon can color as ma ny _ifooda »s would _3therwlne cost five times th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND OOIjIjAR HOUSB. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. 1000 do. \at _^'H «* _^_grjg," _FLANKEL loon Ho J ASSOETED FANCY TRAVELLING 1UU0 ao- I _SHIETS. loon An 5 WHITE MUSLIN SHIRT8 from 1000 do. J «9,_»S Upwards. 1000 do. DENIM OVERALLS.. 10_. 00D Pairs COTTONADB PANTALOOHS. S MABDFACTUBEK3 OF TUB MINER'S WELSH ) I FLANNEL SHIETS. { And 6. L&rg« _Afiaottment of LINEN And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, Aod QKNTLEMES'S FURNISHING! GOODS. For Sale by • BENNETT, _HTTCH & CO., Mauufaoturergj _Zlt _Chnrnh All«_yi Janl7-3mo] _ruiLADJSLPHIA, 1'A

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

IMrOHTANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESEM AN'SPILLS. The combination of _ineredinntR in these Pills are the re-Bnlt of a'long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all _irregularities, Paiami _irfenfstroatiWo, rtinovli._^ all _abatrnetiong, whether From cold or otherwise, headnche pain ia the eide, palpitation of the hexrtgWhites. ail iwrvona affections, hysterics, pain in the back and _iimba_, &c, disturbed sleep, which trise from interruption of Datum. DR CIIEESEMAS'S PITAS W_»" the _eommencameiit of a new era in tho treatment of those irrejiOtarW"* _anJ ol>_strncHoti« _whleh have _eonnisned ro many to-a _trematdbb oravk Ho femalo can enjoy good health unless Hhe is regular, and vrbanever an obstruction takes place the general _health begins to decline. DTI. _fJIlKESBMArrS PILLS ire tbe most effectual remedy ever known for all coropiainta peculiar to &niiales. To all clauses they are invaluable, in&neing wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

NEW GAS LIGHT! THE O&BO-WATB& GAS. Patented by Fref. Ii L. Hill, June 17,1862. rpniS GAS HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTI ed by men of Science, and its merits have stood1 the greatest scrutiny, It can be manufactured for 50 Cents per 1009 Cubic Feet. It is perfectly free from offensive smell, not liable to explosion, and will not condense in auy temperature or cliraat.i. It baft a body superior to the best Coal Gas, and gives a much more brilliant light. Wg are now prepared to offer the Fetroleom Gas Apparatus to tbe public, Which must eventually take (he pinro of all other Gases, owing to the cheapness with which it can be made, Its brilliancy of light, its _perfect simplicity and Us adaptability in all cases where good'light is required. For private dwellings in city or country, Stores, Churches, Hotels, Theatres, Factories, Public Gardens, &c, &c, and can easily be adapted to Gas Works now ia operation, at very little expense. We will dispose of TiIGBTS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

i BATCHtSLOR'S HAIR DYE! THE BEST IN THE WORLD. _; Wiia.iAM A. _Batchelok'_s celebrated Hair _Dylrproducee a color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to Injure the Hair in tbe I6aft; rsmedies tfie ill effects of bad _dyen_, and _lnVigoratm the Hair for life. G«EY, ked_, ot !;USTVMIAIft instantly _turnt a splendid Blach m' 'Town, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by aVl Druggists, Ac. _(_ST The Genuine in _sltrned WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, on the four sides o/_cach liox . ' " .,_v ¦ ' .. Factor)-, No. SI Barclay Stroat, New _' -Torlf, _1(L_^^33 Broadway and lb Bond street.) may §_KS To" _3f orvons Sufferers of Both Sexes. A _Kxverend Gentleman having boen restored to health in afew day*, after ' undergoing _alltae nsual routine and Irregular expensive _BJOJsa Of _jreatmeat, wULoat _sdceess, considers it hie sacred doty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures _thefcEANS of cube. Hence, on thereceipt of an add rasped envelope, he will send (free) a copy of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

1,471 15 5,031 46 Balance iu the Treasury, Jan. 1,1S62, 4,939 Hi Interest on money loaned oat, 91 92 Expenses during the past year: Managers and Committee fees,. 163 22 Postage, Stationery&c, 7 87 Advertising in Berka county, 24 75 Dp In Lebanon couuty, 12 75 Printing one ream or l'olicies, IU 00 • S_21S fiO Auditors' fees, (for 1S61), 50 00 Treasurer's salary, £0 00 President's fees, IS 31 Secretary's salary, 100 00 Do fees on 221 Policies at 40c. 88 10 Agents' fees ou 117 .Policies at 40c. 4G SO Making out 231 l>oli«_iea at 12_Uc. ill «:! .381 14 Refunded to Schucler, for error last year, 3 66 Do do Policies refused. 2 «•" > Do do Policies ou hunt, 5 05 12 2* Paid Liberty Fire Company for _services in 1S61, SO 00 $ 641 99 Losses by fire the past year, 5_. 37S 97

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

This Forrest Divobck Casb —About twenty years ago, Mr. Forrest, the aotor,, married ' Miss Sinclain, of London. Twelve or more years _sjnoe he " put away" his wife. In a suit for divorce Mrs. Forrest obtained a decision giving her $3,000 a year alimony. Mr. Forrest appealed from this decision, and his oouusel seut lo California ' to find testimony against Mrs. Forrest. Tbe attempt failed, and the appeal resulted in a decision for $4,O00 a year _iu&lead of $3,000. Since then, the case has been carried from court to court, until last week it reached a final decree, which gives Mrs. Forrest about $40,000 of accu mutated alimony, and thenceforth $4,000 a year. John Van Buren conducted the case for Mr. Forrest and Charles O'Couor for Mrs. Forrest. Fruin the commencement of the suit the counsel of Mrs. Forrest has declined compensation for his Mttieea in her behalf.-iV. Y. Tribune.

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