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

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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

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE _Harrisburq, Friday, January 80. Senate.—A few unimportant bills were considered. Mr. _Kinsey offered a resolution requesting the Committee on Finance to ascertain from the commissioners of tbe several counties and the councils of cities the amount of bounties paid to volunteers, under the call of the President for 300,000 men, and also tbe _espenaea attending _suoh payment. The resolutiou was adopted, aud the Senate adjourned until Monday evening at 7_£ o'clock. House.—Mr. Ludlow's resolutions, introduced yesterday, denouncing the arrest of Albert _1J. Boileau, of Philadelphia, by the military authorities of the United States, as an outrage on the dignity and sovereignty of Pennsylvania, and calling on the Governor to demand his release, were debated at considerable length, and finally passed by a strict parly vote—yeas 51. nays 40. Adjourned till Monday eveuing at lh o'clock. Monday, February 2. Senate —Mr. Kinsey presented a petition from the citize...

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

For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants. Bed. Bags, Moths in Furs, 'Woollens, Ac. ' Insects on Plxntg, Fowls, Animals, <fcc. Pnt np in 25c Me, and tl W Boxep_, Bottle?and Flasks, f 3 and . f5 sizes for Hotels, Public _Ihstitdtioss, &o. " Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." " Not dangerous to tha Human Family." " Rats come ont of their holes to die." 49* Sold Wholesale in all _large cities. 43- Sold by all _Dattdatsts and B«*_AttEBS eVe*«Wh«». 49- ill Bbwabe!!!" of all worthless imitations. 49- See that " Costar's " name is on each Box, _Bottla_, and Flask, before yon bay. 49- Address HENRY R. CO8TAR, 49* Peihcipal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y. 49" Sold bv-HAEVEY BIRCH ft Co., Wholesale end Retail; K. S. _SraVESis; J. K. _HcCBkdY ' R. B. HnSTBtt * Co., EEADiNG _. PA. [Janl7-9mo /SIM A LECTURE 07TOYOUNGMBN! Just published, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents A LECTURE ON THE _NATURE TREATx\. ment and Radical Care of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Involunt...

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

Exciting News from Charleston. BOLD _* m _BASBXira RAID OF TBS _A.SBBI. _dTJIffBOATS Tbe Blockade of Charleston De dared Raised. Charleston, Jan. 31, 18G3. This morning the _gnnboats Palmetto State, Captain _Rutledge, and Chicora, Captain Tuoker, accompanied by three small steamers—the General Clinch, Etiwan and Chesterfield—all undei the command of Commodore Ingtaham, made an attack on the _blockaders, and succeeded in sinking two and Crippling a third. The engagement commenced at four o'clock. The Palmetto State, with Commodore Ingraham on board, opened fire upon the federal gunboat Mercedit a, carrying eleven guns and one hundred and fifty-eight men, which was soon sunk in five fathoms of water. H«p commander, Captain Stellwagen, with a boat's crew, came on board and surrendered. One shot pierced her boiler, going clear through. Captain Stellwagen and crew were paroled by Commodore _lugrahatu. Captain Tucker, of the Chicora, reports sinking another federal gunboat and the...

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

WAS NEWS INTERESTING FROM SUFFOLK A Victory Nea? the Blackwater She Rebels, under R. A. Pryor, Whipped and Routed. Tiie Berks County Militia Engaged, Col. Knoderer and Eight Men Wounded SUFFOLK, Ya, Jan. 30, 1863. A portion or Pryor'_s command made its appearance on this side of the Blackwater yesterday. Information of the fact promptly reached Major Gen. Peck, and arrangements to meet the rebels were as speedily made. Brig. Gen. Coicoran -was placed in command of details from the _sevi eral brigades stationed at this point, the prospects of a brush creating such an emulation among the brigades to have a share in it that it would have been unfair to select any special command, The expedition started last evening in the beautiful light of the moon, an<i, aa usual, the rebel signals flashed forth the movement of our troops. As we had no direct information as to the locality of the enemy, great circumspection was used in the advance, and all the necessary precautions...

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

xs :.._a.:n':xjx:n-FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFi'ICE, ffos. 433 ASD 437 CHESTNUT STBEET. Capital, ... .. 9400,000 00 Perpetual _fremtuins, - - $940,973 29 Lead Five Per Cent. - - 47,148 66 $890,824 63 TJnexpired Temporary Premiums, 130,684 03 Less for tbe portion of time expired on policies over one year, - 19,058 40 $171,525 65 Surplus, ... 924,766 11 Total, - . . _$«,39«,116 39 Statement of the Assets of the Company, January 1, 1863. Published in conformity with the provisions of the sixth section of the Act of Assembly of April ath, 1842: MORTGAGES.' On property valued at over $4,000,000, first Mortgages on Real Estate iu the City and County of Philadelphiaexcept $44,629 92 in the neighboring-Counties, $1,993,931 46 REAL ESTATE. Purchased at Sheriff's Sales under Mortf?**ge claims, viz: Bight houses and lotSonth-West corner of Chestnut and Seventh streets. A house and lot. north side of Spruce street, west of Eleventh. Two houses and lots, sooth tide of ...

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

DIED. On tbe 1st inst., ia thin city, Emma, wife ot John Strecker, aged 23 years_. On the 1st in«t., in Philadelphia, Mrs. Susan Fricke, relict of the late Frederick Fricke, in the 8Sth year of her age. On the 31st nit.in this city, Mrs. Charlotte Heckhan_, aged SS years, -2 months and S days. Oo the Slot _nl(,, in Exeter, _Cbbotiah _SvsAsrrt*, aged 63 years and 2 months. On the 31m nit., in Hamburg, Rebecca Moter, daughter of tbe late John and Catharine Moyer, in the 37th year of her age. On the 30th nit., in Robeson, _Solo._moj Gickee, aged about 6S years. Suddenly, on the 29th ult., at _Barrisburg, Mart, wife of B. F. tiarber, formerly of Reading. Her remains were brought to this city tot interment. On ibe 29th ult, in Maidencreek, Charlotte, wife of David Willits_, (born Parvin) aged abont 28 years. On the 29th ult., in Alsace, Catharine, daughter of Jacob Gass, aged 5 years, 6 months and 23 days. On the 2Sih ult., in Hamburg, John Gabriel, son of Adam and Luciuda Steigerwald,...

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

Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Berks County. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO THE MEJIi._1 _bers of _tlie Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Berks County, that s meeting of »_aid Company will be held at thepnblic _houeeof Jacob Snyder, in Exeter township,"on Saturday, the 14th day of February, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on business connected with tbe renewal of tbe Charter of said Company. Bv ovder of the Boavd. ' WILLIAM KHABB, President. _Jamesi Lek, Secretary. IJatl Sl-'Jt ORPHANS' COURT SALS. _PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE Orphans' COURT of Berks county, will besoldatpnblie Y««4_w _» i °n Saturday, tbe 21st day of February, A. D., 1S63_, at. the late dwelling bouse of Jacob _Ereiile_^am, late of Alsace townshipBerks county, deceasedtbe following described Keal _instate, to wit: All that certain messuage, tenement and tract of land, sitnaie iu Alsace township, Berks county, bounded by lands of Reuben Kerper, Gideon Yoder. _Wiitban Knabb, aud tbe public road; containing 12 Mmresand 110 p...

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

»&- A COUGH, COLD, 01! AN IRRITATED TIIISOAT if allowed to progress, results ia serious Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, oftentimes incurable. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reach directly the affected parta and give almost instant reliet Io liRo. _icHrm, Astiima, and Cataurh they are beue-Scial. The good effects resulting from the nse of the Trocheand their extended tue, has caused them tobecoauterfeited. Be sure to guard against worthless imitations. Obtain only the genuine _BrowiVa Bronchial Troches which have proved- their efficacy by a test of many years. I _' _ubwc Speakers and Singers should nsH the Troches. Military Officers and Soldiers who over-tax the voice and are exposed to sadden .changes, should have them. Sold everywhere at 20 cents por bos. [Jan. 2-t-3uio The Confessions and Experience of a Poor Young Man. A GENTLEMAN having been cured of the results of early error and disease, will, from motives of benevolence, send to those who request it, a copy of the ...

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

READING MARKET. Fribai, Febi'tury 6,1S63. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per bushel *1 65 100 lbs. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red)- Pork $ 100 &s. 8 00 per bushel 1 00 Beef (hind quarter) Rye do 92 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Com (old) 4o 60 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (now) do 0D per 100 pounds 7@S 00 Corn Meal do 60 Hams per pound 10 Oats do 50 Shoulders do 7 _Flaxseed do 1 SO Flitch do 7 Cloverseed do 4 W Dried Beef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 19 Barley do 70 ILuuip Butter do 17 Potatoes do fliS _IFirkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes a_« 75 _fallow do _fl_* (salt do 00 (Lard do *> Salt per Sack 140 | Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Kve Whiskey, family white) %»bbl. 9 00 per gallon 75 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fain, white) V 100 fts 4 SO gallon 27 to SI Wheat Flour (extra Fhtxse«d Oil <jf) gallon 60 family) per Bal'ffel 8 60 _EjTgS per _dOSeD. 17 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal («tove, egg family) per 100 flis 4 2...

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

_$_MtlU att& _Htnuwai SATURDAY, FEBBUAKY 7, 1863. Dbsbktxo. — Captain John Brown, of the Thirtieth Ohio regiment, son of Ossawattomie Brown, who was _huog at CbarlestOD, Virginia, is one of the officers recently dismissed from service for desertion. Substantial Present.—A beautiful house on Fifth avenue. N. Y., all carpeted, mirrored, - pictured, and furnished, even t& the pantry and cellar, has been presented to Mrs. McClellau by some of her husband's friend?, in that city. Look Odt.—Counterfeit one dollar bills on Ihe _Maehftnics 'Bank of Philadelphia are being freely circulated. They are tolerably well executed, and liable to deceive without a careful inspection. I_^-The Constitutional Union, heretofore published by Son. T. B. Florence, in Philadelphia, is to be removed to Washington, where the first number will appear on the 221 of February—SS.00 per annum, for the daily, and $2.00 for the weekly. A Family Poisoned bt the usb of Rte CofrEB. The health o...

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

Col. Ckoss, the Fosqeb, before tub Supreme Court.—A Nice Question.—In the Supreme C- iurt on Saturday, Judges Lowrie_, Woodward _aod Strong on the bench, the case of J. Buchauan Cross, who seeks his discharge from the Penitentiary on the pardon granted by the Governor upon forged papers, was called up. The ciurt room was crowded. Cross was _^ brought from prison, and during the argument was seated near his counsel. He looked very well, considering his long imprisonment. Attorney General Meredith and District Attorney Mann appeared for the Commonwealth, to resist the application for a discharge. The petition oi Cross _werg that he received a fall, free and unconditional pardon. The Warden's return to the writ sets forth the facts connected with the procuring of the pardon, and the forged '_etters which were received by the Governor and Marshal Millward were attached to the return. It is also averred that the pardon VM n«?er delivered. The traverse put in on behalf of Cross Avers ...

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

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Friday, Feb. 8, IS63. FtODR AND ORAIN.—There is less inquiry for Flour to-day, bnt the market is firm and superfine is scarce and wauted at _*S 50@B 7.i _fj bbl.; about 2t)0u _bbls, found buyers at $7 7i)@n lor western extra family, mostly good Ohio, at ihe litter fiKnre, iucindiux 4..0 bl_.ls exua. at _' _*7 23@7 50 _$) bbl.: the trailo are buying moderately _witliin tbe name mane of price* for _xupertlue and extras, ftDd from $.S 50 to «s!> .")•> ft bbl. for fancy _brauds, as in quality, liye Flour is dull and ottered at $4 7.1@>, without gales: Corn Heal is scarce:' Pennsylvania is held at *4 aud Brandy wine at $4 7/i _|? bbl without kales. The receipts to-day are 3250 _bblx flour;Ouo bushels wheat77nO _bnshels corn, and 5500 hn»helb oats. There is not much Wheat offering, and tbe market ig dull at previouu rates, some :<@4000 _Imshelxonly hnvmii found buyers at *1 72@I 73 for tkir to good Pennsylvania and western reds, in store,...

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

SANO COFFEE THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY _used ' in this and other countries, and i8 highly approved for its Fine Flavor, Healthful aitft Nutritious _(iuaittiett. This Coffee compares favorably with, and ia by man]' preferred to Rio and Java, and 1b Sold at about Half the Price. It ia gronnd and put np in Tin Foil in paper in 1 pound packages, with labels that rend "MINES' In the center _^^ " Observe Lube! of which is a _yqpL " 'particularly, cut of a lady _^ _j fl_^ _jiwijift. a. parties ara _hoifliDg a coffee _^_f _^Ill_^_B pn«ing up an mm' 'la_^figga pot. The._labels mk || | l 'Hjjjj[ inferiorErtlole are red, green, jJMlill i'UBfck to resemble the end blue, and_^BKw?_rffifflRHB O _^nuine Sano, ¦_T3|jfj|j|_rMjBaVa3 near aa the. fti-ecopyrighted--*?^M!M§mB& _^ law permits. SAXTO COFFBB." It is packed in white wood boxes of SO pounds each; also in bulk, In kegs and barrels. Also on hand, Miles' Old Government, Java. Maraealbo, St. Domingo, Rio add Rye Coffees* O...

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

The following are the casualties in the Penn sylvania regiments: ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVENTH PENN STIiVANIA. Col. _Chas. A. Knoderer, severely wounded in the hip by a shell. David Schultz, Co. B, hand, gunshot wound. Wo. Weigner, Co. G. shoulder, by a shell. John Shoelder, Co. K, hit ia the head by a shell. Danl. Schul, Co. E, hip _wound, by a shell. Adam Diener, Co. II, hip, by a shell. Nathan Heizer, Co. I. head, by a shell. Moses Reibrist, Co. D. leg, by a shell. The following is the official statement of the killed and wounded in the action of Friday. HtUlXJUAttTttRa, StU'FOLK, Va , 1 Medical Director's Office, Jan. 31, 1863. J I have the honor to report that, in the action yesterday near _Carsville, our loss was as follows : • Killed. Wounded Sixth _Massachusetts 3 9 Thirteenth Indiaua.. 0 12 112th New York 0 1 thirteenth New York 6 19 Sixty-ninth New York. 5 8 11th Penn'a Cavalry _ 3 6 167th Penn'a Militia, 0 8 165th Penn'a Militia 0 3 7th Mass Battalion, Co. 0 2 6 7th...

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

REMOVAL. Millinery and Trimming Store. Mrs. L. S. BALLADE, _rf_* __RESPECTFULLY INMJKM8 TUB _fiTTI_._^.. P**9zens of Heading and vicinitythat she hafi_^^_M _mgST removed her MILLINER? and _TKIMMINGHp «¦*"«* es'abllshment from No. 13 to No. 74 EA8T^«_fc PENN STHEET, sonth side, in the building lately occupied by _Josiah Hearing, which has been remodeled and filled up for her use She will be happy to see alt her old customers, and as raaav uew ones as may bedesirons ofrcakiux purchases of BONNETS, CAl'g, or other Millinery Goods. Trimmings, &c. Her assortment is Urge and fashionable, and suited to all tastes. > [Jan 3l-?mo Estate. of Elizabeth Krick, Widow of Peter Krlck, late of Sprlug township, Berks county, Deceased. ATOriCElS HEREBY OWEN, _TQAT LETJ_>l TERS of Administration to the estate of Elizabeth Krick, (widow of Peter Krick) late of Spring township, _Beiks county, deceases, have been granted to the subscriber, residing in tbe same township. All pers...

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

SINGER & CO'S ¦_LiBS r_3C"r3rt _XB2 JHL **J_*^ 99 FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, WITH ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS, Is the best and cheapest and most beautiful of all Sewing Machines. This Machine wilt sew anything, from the running of a tack in Tarletan to the making of an Overcoat—anything from Pilot pr Beaver Cloth down to tbe softest Gauze or Gossamer Tissue, and is _evor _rendy to do its Work to perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tucfc, quilt, and has capacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This is not the only Machine that can fell, hem, bind, and ro forth, bnt it will do so better than any othor Machine. The Letter "A" Family Sewing Machine may be had iaa great variety of cabinet cases. The Folding Cafe, which Is now becoming so popular, U, us its name _implieg, ooe that can be folded into a box or case, which, when opened, makes a beautiful, substantial, and spacious table for the work to rest npon. Tbe cases are of every imaginable de sign—plain as th...

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

EDWARD EVERETT'S REPLY TO AN ENGLISH LORD. BT POETICAL POMP. Wbat have we iu America? We've wonders great and gvacd! We have tbe essence of the Earth, Tlie Cream of every land. Our mountains are _maxuiScent, Our rivers are immense! And each man has a kingly style, If not a king's expente. 1 Our ships are known to alt the world, Tha farms cannot be beat 1 Our Cities fnll of Inxury, Are famous for the neat. We've orators and authors too, With intellects of force! We've railroads _geattered everywhere And one Professor Morse. Our Girls have beanty, wit and grace They're charming, sweet and tali; Bat then tbe grfal-est thing we have, Is known aa famed OAK HALL. WHERE the Fall Rnd Winter Stock of Firsi» class CLOTHING is now ready In extra abundance and greatest variety. AU the new style OVERCOATS, Sacks, _Business Coats. TOg-top Punts, &c, ate selling at pi ices so low that everybody wi'l bny and be satisfied. Vt'ANAMAKER & DROWN, (Oak Hall) S. E. Coiner Sixth axd Ma...

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