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

.Estate of Aaron S. Holl. late of Lower Haidelberg townsblp, Berks county, deceased. TyrOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET-\y TERS of Administration to tbe Estate of Aaron S. Holl, late of Lower _Heidelberg township, Berks eounty, deceased have been granted to tbe eubecrlber, reading in the same township. All persons Indebted to paid Batata, are requested to make payment to J. Geokqe _Sbltzkk, Esq., at his office in North fifth street, opposite the Post Office, Beading; and all having claims aitainst the name, will also present them to the Attorney aforesaid, for settlement_, feb. 7-Bi] ELLEN 110 _^L. Administratrix. Estate of Anna Maria Ruth, late of Lower _Heldelbeig township, Berks county, deceased. XF OTICUIS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LETi._1 TEKS of Administration to tbe Estate of Anna Maria Kuth_, late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks c<»_auty, deeeaeed, have been granted 10 the subscribers) residing In the same township. All persons indebted to &aitt Estate, are r...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

MR. WRIGHTS SPEECH We publish, this week, the reply 01 tue uon. Hcndbick B. Wright, of Pennsylvania, to the speech by Mr. _Vallasdigham, which appeared in the two preceding numbers of our paper. We are perfectly willing that the arguments on both sides of the question of War as a means of restoring the Union shall be heard and understood ; and the Abolition papers, from Forney's Frew down, that have been* praising Mr. Wbioht's speech so highly, and declaring that no Democratic paper lias had the independence to copy it, are mistaken, bo far as one is concerned, at least. But, we venture to Bay, that the number of Democratic newspapers that have published Sir. Wright's speech, is greater than the number of Opposition papers that have published the speech by Mr. _Vaiiahdigham.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

THE .LANCASTER _ELECT1OB—A _tUGXAI. VSMoobatio Victory.—Hon. George _Sanderson, the consistent Wd _fearless editor of the Lancaster InttUijenccr_, was re-elected Mayor of the city of Lancaster on Tuesday last, by the handsome majority of 265. Bis majority last year was only S4. The great reaction is still "marching aloir*." The following are the returns, showing the majorities in the several Wards. They are refreshingly one-sided: Sanderson. Cassidy. North-West Ward C5 South-West Ward 157 North East Ward 17 South East Ward 26 Sanderson's majority, 265 Well done , old Lancaster! Here is a g lorious examnle for Heading, on the 20ih of March.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

N«w _Dsmocbatic Journal.—Messrs. A. J Olossbrenner & Co. have issued the prospectus of a " National Democratic newspaper-, to be published daily and weekly in Philadelphia," to be entitled " The Age." The gentlemen associated in the undertaking, are Messrs. A. J. _Glossbrenner, Francis J. Grand and William fi. Welsh, who combine the requisite business qualifications with literary ability to conduct a first class journal successfully. An independent, reliable and dignified _Democratic daily is much needed in Philadelphia; and if" T/teAge" comes up to this mark, as we feel assured it will, there should be no doubt as to its support. If Boston, the very hot-bed of sectional Abolitionism, can sustain an out-spoken, able Democratic paper l ike the Post, surely conservative Philadelphia ought to be able to do likewise, and better.

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

n Ann BARRELS OF THE LV\J _, VV\J _looi MANUFACTURING GO'S mm _*M'WLJMm mm_^BZ-_^_crmr wea. 130 South _WHarves, Philadelphia, Fa. TH IS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OP $150,000, the most extensive Work* of the kind in the world, and an experience in manufacturing of over 23 years, with a repntation long established, having also the exclusive control of all the night soil of the great city of Hew Tors, are prepared to furnish am article, wbkb is, without donbt, toe Cheapest and Vest best fertilizer in market. It greatly Increases tbe yield, and ripens tbe crop from two to tbree weeks earlier, at an expense of from three to four dollars per acre, witb little orno labor. Also, FIFTY TONS of BONE TAFKU, being a mixture of bone and night *oll ground fine, at $45 per ton—a superior »ttlola for grain and crass, rrioe of _FOUDBBTTB_, $1,60 per barrel. Seven barrels and over delivered free of charge. A pamphlet containing all necessary Information, may bs had free by addressing a letter to the ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

MOURNING GOODS I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOW <33E»_3EJ»_T: Black French Merino. Black All-wool Cashmere. • All-wool De Laine , 1J yards vide. All-wool De Laine, f yards wide. Black Coburg, 1 i yards wide. Black Crape Veils* Black Love Veils. Black Crape Collars. Black Grandinte Collars. Black Thibet Long Shawls. Black Thibet Square Shawls. Black Blanket Shawls. Mourning Goods of every kind. klike & _KppiamruR , Feb 7-1] IO _AJBasc Pen a Square

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

Jtejy Tobacco Culture.—The culture of tobacco Id beginning- to receive more attention from our farmers than heretofore, and Is found quite profitable. As an example, we are informed tha: Mr. Wm. O. Bitter, of Dale, (Washington township) last year raised 1600 fts of tobacco from an aore of ground; which, at present prices, Is worth _*100. __ jfla^* Found Dkad.—Last Friday, the dead body of an Irishman was fonnd at the limekiln of Zacharias _hlauttman_, iu Richmond township, near Molltown . An inquest was held by Joseph S. Peter, Esq., at whluta it was ascertained that his name wan Thomas Murphy, and that he waa between 35 and 40 vears of age. _§&_* Buy the Illustrated Papebs for next week, of Harvey Birch & Brother, G3 West Penn street, who nave them all, together with the New-York and Philadelphia _Pailiea, and tb._« various Monthly Magazine*,

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

V&" Amount o* Coax transported en the Philadelphia and Beading Railroad, dnrinK the week audio? Thursday, February 5,1863. Tons.Cwt. Prom Port Carbon, ' • - • 16,695 OS " Pottsville, - 867 12 " Schuylkill Haven, ... 15,947 DO " Auburn, ..... . 83 07 " Porl Clittton, .... 4,7fiO '0 " _Harrisburg_", 2,720 07 ToUl for week - - • - - 41,0*4 01 Previously thin year, ... 404,721 18 TOTAi_, -.-.--- 445785 19 To same time last year, - . 263,052 12

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

A _VKtr.r. Piilicy.—The New York Tribune says if tbe North bai said to tbe seceding states at the outset of tbe rebellion, "kindly but firml y " We do not wish to part with you ; bur., if you will go, go in peace.' their traitorous demagogues would have been utterly taken aback and disconcerted." If a Democrat had used this language, a General Schenek or some other Military autocrat, would have escorted him, with a file of bayonets, to Fort _McHeury, Fort Warren, or some other fortification, new converted into a

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

Mast" Death op an Old Soldier. Jacob R Bright, Esq., died very suddenly of disease of ihe heart at bis residence, iu Pottsville, on Sunday afternoon, the 2 )tu _ult. Mr. Bright was a native of the city of Reading, a highly respected citizen, a soldier of the war of 1812, and a resident of SubaylUill connty since 162S. _SQT LuEsroax Steam Mills. — The large Steam Grist and Saw Mill, at Leeaport, which has been I »ing idle for tue past two years, has passed into the possession of F. 8. Hunter, Esq., of this _dtty, who has completely refitted the machinery, and expects to etart it again next week, lie bus engaged Mr. Wm Myers, an experienced Miller, to superintend it.

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

_J6F" Convention of Brbwebs.—The National Association of Brewers betd a Convention in Philadelphia on _Tuesday and Wednebday last. Representatives of the Brewing interest from the principal cities of the loyal States were in attendance. _Frederick Laves, Esq., of Beading, was re-elected President, _aud presided over the sei»io: _ Koft_(je _Coiiveatioa. Tiie object of tha Association i!> (0 _Obtiija /_ioni _Congress a more _equitable _adjustment of tue 2u.ioaal Tax on malt liquors. A _hpeeialcommittee, _conbistiuy of Messrs. Lauer, of Eeading, Kleiner, of Cincinnati, and Pfaff, of Boston, was appointed to present the memorial of the A&sociatiou to Congress, and urge*_Ua adoption. Tiie next meetinir will lie bald in Cincinnati -

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

f@_~ Tub AriEimiMf of _Fabjibbs ia' again called to the advertisement of the Lodi Manufacturing Company's I'oudvette. This Company _manufacture all the night, soil froa the City of New-York into a dry, inodorous powder, and al b. price far below any other fertilizer in the market. They have been iu successful operation for twenty-three years, with a steadily increasing demand, which is a sufficient test of the value of Itioir mannrpH.

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

f_/_&~ State _Agricultural Society.—The an nual _reeling of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society _wsm held at Harrisborg-on the 20in nit. Uon. _ThomJ as P. Kxox, of Montgomery _couuly, was re-elected President ; and Gen. Tobias _Baeto_, of Berks*connty, oneof tbe Vice Presidents. The Society unanimously resolved to hold a State fair this year, and a committee was appointed to fix the lime, &c. It was also recommended tbat the Kair be held on the grounds of tbe East Pennsylvania Society, at _Norristown, the place selected for the Exhibition Of 1552, Which was postponed on account of . the war ex-

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

ttiy Local Legislation.—Io the-State Sen ate, on Friday last, Mr. Clymer presented five petitions from three hundred and sixty-live citizens of Bethel township, lierlcs connty, for th* I'apuil of the net of May 1,1SS1, laying out a State road in Lebanon and Berks counties. In the House, on Tuesday, Mr. Potteiger read in place a supplement to an act to lay ont a Slate road In the counties of Lebanon and Berks. The (supplement to the charter of the West Reading Railroad Company was passed to second reading ia the _Honse on Tuesday.

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

_f®~ A ii.4DY while riding in a city passenger car in Philadelphia last week, had her pocket picked of her porle-monnaie containing seven dollars and a half la Money. She subsequently found in her pocket a splendid diamond ring which had slipped off the finger of the thief. The lady gold the ring for fire hundred dollars , and thus made a very snug little _speculation.

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

_j_^F Thk Pkick _siDgle copies _uazeue Trill hereafter be 5 cents. If any persons, who Lave been in the habit of buying the papers from our carriers, object to the payment of this price, they can be regularly served, by leaving their names at the office, at regular subscription rates, to wit: 50 cents for 3 months; $1 for Gmonths; or SI 50 for a year.

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

t&- Ex-Governor Edwin D. Morgan was on Tuesday elected a United Slates Senator from (he State of New York, for sjx ;vears from the 4th of March next, to succeed Hon. Preston King. The vole in the Legislature was as follows: Morgan, 86; Erastus Corning, 70; Dix, 1; Dickinson, 1. Mr. Corning was the nominee of the Democratic eaticUB. i

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

IS* Tue Rkvbnue Boabd.—The Board of Rev enne Com _tnisdiouers will meet at Harrisburg, on Tuesday, (be 17th _inst.jitt 11 o'clock, A. M. J. Hagenman, Esq., is the Coiamissioaer to represent ibis Judicial District. Tbe duties of the Bo'.trd are to equalize the taxes upon real and personal propel ty_, for State purposes, iu the several conn-

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

_Jgp Cam1. E. P. _Tbabsob, jr., of the 17th 0. S. Infantry, (son of £. P. Pearson, Esq.,) spent several days at home this week, on furlough. He is in excellent health, and apparently well satisfied With the military wrvice of tbe _coontrr.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

ounty _agoxranr, sacs-fat t ND PENSION OFFICE—ALL CLAIMS j\. promptly attended to. E. H. _SHRARER, Attorney at Law, Feb 7 tf] Office in Conrt Street, .Reading, Fa.

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