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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

ASTOB. HOUSE, NBW-YOBXrpillS SPliBNDID II0TEI, HAS BEEN REJU-_|_ venated, and is _afthis moment second to none in elegance. The Ladies' Drawing Koom is a beautiful one, having no equal_. Its open corridors and complete ventilation render it most delightful in warm weather. It is unsurpassed by any other in situation, having Railroads on the front and south bides, over which cars run to avory part of the city for half a dime. Travelers arriving from the North and East, will find the small cars of the Ilarlem and the Eighth Avenue an economy and convenience, especially at night. Cars Run Direct to Central Park. For families preferring homelike and really genteel accommodation, it offers _Hiperfor attraction. All classes have manifested their affection or this Hotel, and every pains will be taken to render it a home for the traveler. The name liberal system will be continued, and the utmost _promptnw_* on the part of all _persuns belouging to the _organization will be exacted. Telegr...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND DEALER IK WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPOONS, SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &c, 8ign of the " BIO IVAT CH," No. 63* Ea Penn Street, above Sixth, north aide. BeadingPa. 4^> Every article _warranted to be what it is sold for • Watches, Clocks,-Jewelry, 4c, repaired with particular attention, and guaranteed. Lfeb 1-tf NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL BE PAID ON GOIiD, OIi_33 SIIjVEB, —AND—F._A.X_1. "B _ASiTEC _7SXOTJ3& AT THE EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, READING, Pa. August 10,1861-tf]

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

DIRGE OF A SOLDIER Close his eyes; liU work is done ! What to him is friend or foeman, Rise of moon, or set of sun, Hand of man, or kiss of womau ? Lay him low, lay him low, In tbe clover or (be _fno\v ! What cares he ? ho cannot know Lay him low ! As man may, he fought his fight, Proved his truth by his _endeavor; Let him sleep in _soloina night, Sleep forever and forever. Lay him low, lay him low, In the clover or the snow! What cares he ? he cannot know Lay him low! Void him in hi» country's stats, . Boll the drum and fire the volley ! What to him are all our wars, What but death bemocking folly ? Lay him low, lay him low, la th« clover or the snow ! What cares he? he cauuot know Lay him low 1 Leave him to God's watching oye, Trust him to the hand that made him Mortal love weeps idly by; God alone has powe. r to aid him. Lay him low, lay him low, In the clover or the snow! What cares he ? he cannot know Lay him low I

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, {LATE WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT I inducementsnot only ou account of rednced rates of board, but fioin Its central location to the avenues of trade, as well an the conveniences afforded by the several PaRsen«er Hallways running pant and _contiguons to It, by which gue»i» cau pass to and from the Hotelshould they be preferred to the regular Omnibus connected with tbe House. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my gnests. **-_*™ « >*1 _™_V*XV b. _SIEGUIST , Proprietor. Formerly from Eagle Hotel, telianon, i_*a. T. V. ItgOAVS.Clurk. • (march 1/j-tf OB.AINS1 (WIAI._T.) /^1 RTANS CAN CONSTANTLY BE HAD AT t T LAUER S BUHWKHY, corner of Third and Chestnut writs. *• LADKE. ' .December 7,1861-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_j_®" The complaint ha_3 become very general that coffee is not as good us it used lo br. This ia one of tlie _matiy sockl unpleuajmtne«se3 of the civil war, and consequent higa prices. Such little trials can be borne, however, and we are by no means so bad off yet as tbe rebels are. If our coffee gets poor it is comfortable to reflect upon tue assurance of thi- old proverb, that—"To him who is fond of drinking, God always gives eni)UKl> ; For if iL*_ri'« not beer aad wlno, there's over the water trough."' Cut, " 'tis sack makes the sport," wrilos A;.-r ¦•.;¦ • ', ' ' ¦ • ' i;,_'.,«'!v. :¦> 1100. F_.i _^ _'.i! w-ir_.eF. .such -as y _' _'-i _«-." i;\_i.--- '• >•'••. :\:-z .:v. y.\_',: ' .-.r _,¦_:•• •• 1 class

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

t6T" A good btokt is told of Billy Wilaon_'_a Zouaves at Baton Rouge. It ia said that the boys, not exactly liking their camping ground, made a rush for the State prison, knocked down the keepers, entered the building, turned the key mi _;he _iusida of the wall gdte. _lockedthemselres in the cells, and cried " Now we are at home!" Xi any rate, tbe institution which originally contained nearly three hundred prisoners, is now empty.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Pennsylvania Colonels Pkomotko. — _Tho _President has sent to the Senate the following list of Pennsylvania Colonels for confirmation as Brigadier Generals:—Col. Thos. H. Neill, 23d Pa ; Col. David M. Gregg, 8th Pa Cavalry; Col. Jof«*p!» F. K_»:_pe, 4GtL I'd.; Col. Aler. _Sohimmel* t>fer.!_nf» _t4_:h Pa ; Col. Roy Stone, 149th Pa., ' -,._{ i A U._ivvUy 102'! IV: Col John F. Hart-.. V. ;•. . ' •., _: li.-ei •••• Tyndale. 28th Pa.; ¦ _- ..-. J ? !¦ . <••*•'¦*. ¦ ! ¦ •- w-»^_t ¦ ¦ ->*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_f_^g- A QKMTLSMAir remonstrating with Mr. Kenncy _iigumsi.his bringing cut _UU aomo.ay of "-Matchmaking," said: "A'i'._jw in-.: !• ¦ ;•' _*. ¦ .•«>• a few animadversion ' s Hi-;:-, i- ' •• i.:-:_<_-_^: ¦ ¦<¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ sir," saiJ Mr. It _isn_.v. ¦ ! ' J.:' • : • ¦ v ma<i -versions _»i my c..iii,.'iy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

JUST RECEIVED. O/\nn FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL a\J\J\J MtA-tf WJC.BHOAD8 . Jr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEG SLATUKE . ilARRrsm-BU, _JfTiitfly, _renruary ¦>. Sexatb.—The bill authorizing the Lebigh navigation company to extend their railroad from White Haven to Mauch Chunk, came up in order on third reading; and after a protracted diaeus_* sion, pnssi'd finally— yeas 24. nays -1. The Senate then _adjourned till Monday afternoon. Housk.-—The supplement lo this Act of April, 1849 , to secure iho rights of married women, passed finally, as follows ; Sec. 1. Be it enacted &c, That the true intent and meaning of the act. of Assembly to secure the rights of married women, passed the lllh day of April, A. I). 1848, and the supplements thereto, are hereb y declared to be that the real estate owned by of belonging to any married woman in this Commonwealth shall be held and enjoyed by her as her own separate property, and her husband shall have no estate therein during her life time, and such real estate may be sold and conveyed, mortgaged and iucumbered by her ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

MILITARY ARRESTS. SPECIAL _MKKSAfiE 15 V GOT. CURTIN Executive _uiiAainen, i _HAftftisfitiaa, Feb. 12, _18(j._l. j To the Senate and House of Representative* of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: Gentlkmen : 1 desire to call your ftttentiou to a subject of moment. When the present infamous and God-condemned rebellion broke out, Congress was not in session, and the occurrence of such a state of things not having been foreseen in former times, no adequate legislation had been had to meet it.. At the same time--the life of the country being at slake—it appeared necessary that sotne means should be taken to con< trol the small band of traitors in the loyal States, so as to prevent them from machinations which might be injurious, if not fatal to the national cause. Uu'Ier these circumstances, the General Government resorted to the system of miliiary arresta of dangerous persons, and having thus commenced acting under it, have continued (at long intervals in this State) to pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

IMPORTANT PETITION The following is a copy of the Memorial presented in the Slate Senate on the 3d inst., by Mr. _CtTMKR. It is a dignified, but an earnest protest against the arbitrary interference, fey military officers of the Federal Government, with the personal rights and liberties of chizens of this Cotmnonwealh, in wanton contempt and violation of the Constitution of the United States, " the Constitution of our own State, and the laws that have been-enacted in accordance with them. It is a sad evidence of the-evil times upon which the country has fallen, when the powers of the General. Government are prostituted and abused to such an extent as to compel citizens lo seek the protection of State Governments against them. We hear much, at this time, about "a divided Noi'th," and many lamentations upon the effects of such division; but nothing has done so much to produce it as the very acts of oppression and tyranny against which this Memorial so indignantly protests: To th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

(_y Heading and Columbia Kailroad.—At the last mooting of th_» Board of Directors of the Columbia aud Reading Kailroad, held at Columbia, on Wednesday, the 4th inxt., sir. Jacob D. Tshndy_, of Luis, was re-elected Treasurer; John Slieaff, Esq., of Lancaster, Chief Engineer, and Geo. F. Brenneman, Esq., of Lancaster, Solicitor of th_« Company. ' Tbe rails are bow laid from Columbia to within three_, _cguartersof a mile of _Litiz, and coal andlamberare already being _tv&ntpdrt ' eJ on cats to that point. AnacoiJentto the rolling mill which furnished the _rallf, has prevented the track from being extended to Litiz before this time. ¦¦» g@$°- The _Keystone House.—Mr Joseph _GUnee_* has disposed of Mil lease of this popular Hotel, to Messrs. Solomon Feather, of Horristown, and Israel Keifsnyder, of Philadelphia, both experienced landlords, who will take possession on tbe l*t of March. Mr. Qanser has conducted the Keystone House fur two years past, with much _neeantance to Us nu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

FRENCH MEDIATION The rumor, brought by tlie last _ptsimer, _ui.u the Emperor Napoleon had sent oflieial instruc tious lo the French Minister at Washington, to _snggest that Commissioners from the _Federal Government and from the Rebels be appointed to meat on neutral ground to confer upon terms of peace and- mutual concession, is confirmed by the publication of the correspondence between the French Minister for Foreign Affairs and the American Minister to France (Mr. Dayton) and Secretary Seward, which was sent to the Senate on Thursday, in compliance with a resolution of that body. The proposal by France, of a Congress or Conference between the United States and "the authorities which may represent the States of the South," is made by M. Drouyn de L'huvs in a note to M. Mercicr. and this was presented in a personal interview Dy ai. _aiercier to the Secretary of State. " Reciprocal complaints," says the French Minister, "would be examined in this meeting." The North and the ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

READING MARKET. Friday, February 13,1863. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per bushel $1 6J 100 lbs. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork f) 100 fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 65 Beef (hind quarter) Rye do 92 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do _* 0 He_«f(|ore quarter) Corn (new) do 10 per 100 pounds 7@3 00 Corn Meal do 60 Hams per pound 10 O*ts do SO Shoulders do 7 _Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 7 Cloverseed do 4 SO Dried Beef.do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 10 Barley do 70 Lump Butter do 17 Potatoes do -V> tirkiu Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do TO Tallow do 9>_$ Salt do 50 Lard do 8 Salt per Sack 1 40 Hides, Saw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Kye Whiskey, family white) _f? bbl. 9 01 per gallon 75 to I 00 Wheat Flour (extr» Corojm'a \_Vhlskey_, per fain, white) f) 100 lbs i CO gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil _W gallon 80. family) per Barrel 8 50 Eggs per dozen 17 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal (stoveegg , family) per 100 Bs.. 4 2> &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

DOINGS IN CONGRESS. The United States Senate, on Thursday, passed three bills of more than ordinary importance. The first was Senator Sherman's National Currency bill, which _proposes to supersede the State Banks by the substitution of a system of National Banking, based upon U. S. Government securities. The vote on its final passage was Tery close—23 yeas to 21 nays, as follows: Tbas.—Mewns. Anthony, Arnold, _CkftttdUr, Clark, Doolitile, _Fewenden, _Fonter, Uarding, Harlan, Harris, Howard, Howe Lane (Kansas), Morrill, _Nesmtth, Pomeroy, Sherman, Ten Byck, Wade, Wilkinson, Wilmot and Wilson (Mass.) —•23 Nat*. —Messrs. GarUle, Collamer_, Cowan, _Daris. Vixoa, Yoot_, Grimes, Henderson, Hicks, Kennedy, King, Latham. HaDMCftU_. _Fitwall, BUe, SW1i_«t4wb8aulBl>ury , Tram-Mi, Tirpto, Wall ud WiUoa (Mo.)—ai. _* Th_« _aeooad measure of importance passed, was the House bill to aid Missouri in emancipating her slaves. Previous to its passage, an amendment, offered by Mr. _Sumner, red...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

€_iiu setuu f&r Tub Union 1'rayeu _meeting wilt be neiu to-morrow {Sunday) afternoon. In St. Petor'a M. £. Ckmeh. South Fifth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to aiteutt. S&&~ The Rev. Mk. _CaMJirsg, having beeu requested to preparo a sermon upon " The Christian duty of _Citizans toward tlieir country In time of KeMlipn_," will. Providence _permitting, preach npon that enlject, on Sunday evening, tfie22d inst. t_0_&~ Tue Rev. J. C. Buchkr will preach in the Second German _Keforrand _Clinrcb_, South Sixth street, tn.mnrrnw (_Sunilavl mnrnln? and _evttniuif. >©•• _Soldises Paid.:—Major David Tagpart, a Paymaster in _thaU. S. Army, visited thin city last Saturday_, and paid off aomo sixty of the invalid soldiers in the _Reacting HoopUal .tneil dues up to the 3Ut Of I)ec_«m> ber, 1S62. The amount of money disbursed here was tG&* Local _LisoistATroN.—The bill introduced by Mr. _PotteiKer, authorizing t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

t&~ Military Items.—Capt. Wm. W. Diebl, of Company E. 50th Penna. Volunteers, and for some time past Acting Major of the Regiment, has been honorably discharged from tlie service, w account _vt physical disability. The exposure and hardships of the camp and field have been too much for the Captain, who iu no longer aa young as he was when he went gallantly through the campaign in Mexico, and he was obliged to tender his resignation, owing to almost unremitting attacks of rhaama-. tUm, with which he has suffered for month*. He bears with him home the testimonials of all the regimental and line officers of the Brigade and Staff, to his gentlemanly deportment and soldierly condnetin camp, and particularly to bis bravery in tbe several battles through which big command aai passed. _Lieot. Colonel _Brenholtz_, of the 50th Penna. Begiment, and Capt. Kichard G. Rogers, ot tbe 93d, are at home ou ten days furlough. They both look well, aud appear to have gained in health and stren...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Friday , Feb, 13, 1S63. FLOUR AHD GRAIN.—There ia no quotable change iu Flour, but tbe market is dull and unsettled, the demand both for shipment and home use being limited, and only 1200 bblH found buyers at $6 30 for superBne, $7 23 for ex era, and $7 50@S for common and good extra family. Tbe trade are buying slowly at $6 50@8 75 for _supoifine. $7@7 50 for extras, $7 62J_<@8 25 for family, and *S 50@9 50 53 bbl for fancy brands, as in quality. Kye Flour is dull at ?5 ^) bbl. Corn Meu.1 continues scarce, and _Pennsylranla meal, if here, would bring JU $1 bbl. The receipts to day are 2700 _bbls Flour, 7600 bug Wheat, 6900 do. Corn, aud _OluO do. Oats. There is very little demand for Wheat, and the market is dull and unsettled, with sales of only about 6000 bus to note at *1 68@1 70 for fair to prime Pennsylvania reds . In store, 9172 was paid for a unall lot of Southern do, a-float . and *1 75@l 80 for common to good white ¦ prime is held at _Jtl 90@l...

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