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

g^> Uen . uosecrans Has made an oflieial report of the rebel attack on Fort Donelson , on the 5th inst. The attack was made by 4,000 men and eight pieces of artillery. Our force Wad only 800. The Rebels made several charges, but werp repulsed with great loss, amounting to more than 100 killed and 300 prisoners. Another account says that already ] 15 Rebels had been buried. Our loss was 12 killed and SO wounded.

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

Stdabt _s Raid into Pennsylvania.—The cit lzens or Adams county, ra., have petitioned Congress to compensate them for losses sustained by a raid of a large body of rebel cavalry, commanded by Gen. Stuart, on the 11th of October, who passed through Carroll's tract and Fairfield, committing extensive depredations and violently seizing and carrying off horses and other personal rjrorjertv.

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

A Big Govkkkment Job Defeated.—The bill to enlarge the Illinois and New-York State Canals, at the expense of the Federal Government, was defeated in the House of Representatives at Washington, on Monday last, by a vote of l yeas against 71 nays. Our Representative, Mr. Ancona , very properly voted against spending tlie Government money on tbeae big jobs.

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

48" Those _wisiuko to purchase Bedding Article* , will bear in _iniud tbat they can do well by calling ou Amos Hillborn, No. 44 North Tenth street, Philadelphia, whose card appears in this Issue. 4f_^- _JfpssB_?, gowsw< 4f _Boitrkb _, Corner of Fourth and Market streets, Philadelphia—as will be men by referring to our advertising columns—announce they have in store a fine variety of Wall Papers, etc., to whren. the attention _t\f fit n mi Ira Ana ru tu tnw!fa.l *

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

Sstate of John Q-uiley, Sr., late of Reading, Berks county, deceased. "VTOTICE IS HKttEBi" GIVEN, THAT LETX_^i tern _Testamentary upon said Estate have been granted to the _hubscriber, resident in said City of Reading, and be ra|_ne»t« all _petsoux havinti claims or demands _against tbe K«iate of said John _Gniley, in-., deceased, to make known tlio same to him without delay; and all _pereoos indebted to said Estate, are _requested to wake payment to the subscriber. *eb 7-01] JOHN B. _BBOWM, Bxeottlor.

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

" Negroes Preferred. "—The House of Con gf_«S9 recently nlfl.de fth _appropriation of !s!a2,000 for medical attendance and medicines for the contrabands now in the hands of the Government. How happy many a poor white man and woman in the North would be if their _doctors and medi tines could be provided by Uncle 6am,

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

Capture ot Morgan b _Guebbiliab.—a dispatch from Nashville brings news that the Union forces at Lebanon, Tenn., on the 8th inst., captured 600 Rebels, most of them *f Morgan's guerrilla command—among them the noted Secessionist. _Panl Anderson.

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS _3190O F LOAN O.V MOIU'GAGE. Apply in Feb. 14-:«J • _OEO..O. BARCUV

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

WAR NEVS! OFFICIAL DESPATCH OF ADMIRAL DUPOXT. Washington, Feb. 9. Tbe bearer of official despatches from the fleet ciV Charleston has arrived. The following is from Rear Admiral Dupont , concerning the rebel attack on oar squadron off that port: FtAii ship Wabasii_, Port Royal Harbor, > February 2, 1803. / Sih ; 1 bare to rrport that, about four o ' clock on the morning of the ulst ult., airing the obscurity of a thick haze, two iron-clad guuboals came out of Charleston by the main ship channel, _uuperceited by the squadron, and commenced a raid upon the blockading fleet. Most of tbe latter _wefe of _tbe light class of purchased vessels, tvtd of the heaviest raen-of war, tbe Powhuian and _Canandaigua. being at this port coaling and repairing. The Mercedila was the first vessel mucked. Her officers and crew had been particularly watchful during the night, to look out fur _suspected vessels, <ui<l, nL three o'clock, had uuppd her cable and overhauled a troop St...

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

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF BEBKS COUNTY, FOR TgS YEAE 1862. npHE AUDITORS ELECTED TO ADJUST AND JL settle the accounts of the County of Berks from the 6th day of January, A. D. 1862. to the 31st day of December, 1863, both days Inclusive, having examined the same, respectfully lay before the Honorable Judges of the Court of Common Fleas, the following Statement and Report: WILLIAM HERBST, ESQ., Treasurer, DR. To Receipts from Collectors, to toit: ' alb an r. Daniel Brownmiller. for 1861 in rail $551 44 Jesse Miller, for 1S62 none paid ' - _«=- — »561 « ALSACE. Peter Fick, 1861 in full 314 52 Reuben Motz, 1862 on account 56 99 371 51 AMITY. Henry Boyer, 1861 in fnU 984 63 . •' " 1862 none paid ¦ 9S4 83 BBRN. Daniel R. _Kramer, 1861 in full 370 74 WHUam M. Bobn_, 1862 on account 852 73 1223 47 _BEUN UPPER. Samuel Wagner, 1881 In fall 354 94 William Marberger, 1862 in full 887 00 1242 44 BETHEL. William D. Klein1S60 on account 69 00 John Bnrkhart, 1861 on acconnt 816 00 William Kle...

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

JNW ADVERTISEMENT_^ _Boursmr monjqt, baoh-pai AND PENSION OFFICE.—ALL CLAIMS promptly attended to. ¦ £. II. SHEARER, Attorney at Law, beb ~ "1 Office in Conrt Street, heading_. Pa. PTJBtlC SA1VB. T1_TILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, ON V V Saturday, the 1-tth of February. 1S63, at 1 O'clock, P. M., at tbe public house of Jacob Boyer, iu Leesport, Berks county, IB ACRES OF CLEARED LAND, more or less, situate near the village of _Leesport. The M improvements are a LOO HOUSE, frame Barn, frame Pi* _Siy_.allkldd_* of Fruit Tree*, good water, Ike. l»o8He«siou and a good title will be given next Spring. Feb 7-2l*_J SARAH THOMPSON. Cstate of Aaron S. Holl, late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks county, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LETTKRS of Administration to the Estate of Aaron 8. Holl, late of Lower _Heidelberg township, Berks county, deceased have been _granted to the _subscriber, rending in the same township. All persons indebced to raid Estate, are requested to make payment t...

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

AUDITOR'S NOTXCB. Estate of Henry G. _Seidel. a minor son of Nicholas Seidel, deceased. rpHB UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINTX" BD by tbe Orphans'Conrt of Berks county, to audit ¦ aud re state the account of Francis B. Shatters, Guardian I of Henry G. Seidel, a minor son of Nicholas Seidel, dee'd., hereby gives notice that he will attend to the duties of his _appointment, on Thursday, March 5th, 1S_83, at hia office in Conit Street, Keadimr< at 1 o'clock, P. U,, when and where Chrit-tian Gaul, who is appointed by the Conrt to appear for said minor, and all other parties interested may attend if they see proper. Feb7-3tJ A. G. GREEN, Auditor. MS_^_riigry HIIMi_'iiiiflllsgli SliiSllisSi! I- " _rlsa_^i! - _ssiai g. ** rsHP* r _IIhw «if

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

ffitniU an& ll_^_uuuca SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 186S

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

• •• CONSTITUTION WATER. TBS OR BAT &BMSSS FOR THE «_SOICfi_»TITTTTIO3_Sr AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB DIABETES • AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These Dangerous and TroubUsome Diseaseswhich have thus far keiUlM Hie ***£ dlrtded _Treatment, can be Completely Controlled hytlieBEMBDYnotobefore us! TBE CURATIVE properties of the medicine direct themselves to the organs of secretion, and by bo alierlng tbe condition ef the stomach and liver that the starchy principle of tbe food is not converted into sugar so long iw the system is under the influence of the CONSTITUTION WATER which gives those organs time to recover their healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state tbat tbe Constitution Water has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given. STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL , B&lOKDtJST DEPOSITS. AUD MUCOUS OR MILKY DISOUARQES-AFTUll urinating: Disease occurring from one and tbe same cause wilt be entirely cured by the Constitution Wat...

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

ORPHANS' _COTJRP SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORl_>n ANS* COURT of BerkB county, will be sold at public vendue, on Saturday, the 21st day of February, A. D., 1S63, at the late dwelling house of Jacob Breidegam, late of Alsace township, Berks county, _deceased, the following described Heal Estateto wit: All that certain messuage, tenement and tract of laud, situate la _Au»wa i««nwiji, Berks county, bounded by lands of Reuben Kerper, Gideon Yoder, Nathan _Kuabb, and tbe pnblic road; _containing 12 a acres and 110 perches, strict measure. The improvements tbereon aie a two story STONE SWELLING UOUSS, (uearly new,) and new Barn with partly brick and partly Frame. Tbe land is in good condition and all arable with tbe exception of about a quarter of an acre of WOOD-LAND, and iialf an acre of _MbikIow land. Late the property of Jacob Breidegam, deceased. Sale to commence at 1 o'_clock iu the afternoon, when due attendance will be given, and tbe terms of sale made known by JOS...

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

hardware & iron stoke, WHOLESALE AUTO RETAIL. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS , HAVING BOUGHT J. the old Established Hardware aod Iron Store of the late Pricker, _Stevejumu 4 Co./ and having added a l«rg« or the public to their large assortment of. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SADDLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS , 4c, Ac., WW«h they are determined to sell at (he very lowest Mar-Icet Prices, wholesale and retail. Mf^? erFiftb "_? _W_***'!qnare, next door to _Bothon_'_s Mansion House. (Keiin's Old Stand) GBOKOB LEBCH.] janl8 [J.T.JACKSON. COAL, WOOD, SALT, saMueiTbooxe, (fosheslt) . John Kissinger, 7rm Corner of Penn and Front Streets, Reading, _Tl AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,-AND SELLS JJ. at reasonable prices, all kinds of Broken, Egg and Stove Coal; Nat, Chestnut aud Bituminous Coal, Salt, time ara Sand. «•» Pmsom in want of any thing in my line, will flbd it to their advantage to give me a call before purchasing el«>_- Where. I deliver free of extra charge to any part ...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 _bass? rsirar sx&ebt, . READING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank S3X «^» « O» _JHL. SS_£ _• • PRATER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSIC BOOKS, QOLD _PEfitj. _PAKOl! _ARTICLES , _IfOTS, LETTER. CAP and POINTING PAPER and PAPER BAGS. B_^_ANS BOOKS —«JD—STEECHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Mttdo to order; Churches and _Subbi_^h Schools su pplied with Tract Society aud Sunday School Union publications, at catalogue prices. *»- Ciders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest _wholesale prices. #_S~ Teachers supplied with Music m the usual discount. M. B—LW>okKand Music sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Trices, j»n >8-uf HOUSE, SICJT_, Atf7) DECORATIVE PAINTING GEORGE SBXLIN&, QOUTH SIXTH STREET, DIRECTLY OPPOO SITE the _Schtnucker House, is prepared to...

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

HARVEY BIRCH & BROS., _a&SAT &XTSB.AIL2- _AOENC1_T No. 63 WEST PENN STREET, • READING, I'A. ESTABLISHED BY ENERGY AND PERSEVERANCE. Subscriptions received for all JVew-Yorl£ and Philadelphia Daily Papers. Per Annum. Per Annum Albion, Pew-York, *« 00 Law Reporter, *3 _iO Atlantio Monthly, 3 00 Leslie's illa»t'«d. _Fewe, 3 00 All the Tear Round, 3 00 l/esiie'8 family siaga-American _AKriculturist 1 00 _zine, 3 00 •Blackwood'sJIagazine, 3 00 *London Quar. Review, 3 00 Bon Ton Magazine of " Lancet, 6 00 Fashion, 6 00 " Art Jonrnal, 9 00 Banker's Magazine N.T. 5 00 " fanch, 6 00 " " London, 7 00 Littell_'_s Living Age, 6 00 Braitbwaite'_sRetrospect, Little Pilgrim 1 s0 semi-annual, % 00 London World of Fash-BritiBh and Foreign Med- ion, 4 50 leal Keview, Quarterly, 3 CO *Morth British Review, 3 00 Cornbili Magazine, 4 00 North American " 6 00 Cultivator, Albany, . 50 Merry' * Museum, '100 Country Gentleman, 2 0U Ouce a Week, 4 uu Chambers' _Edinbarg Porter's S...

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

Wbat sib Maby Sat ?—A correspondent tells • capital aneodote in illustration of the queer" oc-•umneea that are sometimes met with in . the •onrU: Daring the trial of Cogzell, for kidnapping, which took place lately at IlillBborough_, an ineident occurred which created considerable fun at the expense of bigwigs and counsel. A _MUs Sloan was testifying, and was requested to state •11 the knew about acertairftransaction. Witness—" I was in the sitting-room ¦when _Siary caste from the kitchen hurriedly, and Cog-Mll sft«r her. He caught hold of her at the sittiag-rooat door and said, ' Mary, you have been -ban long enough, come and go home now. '" Attorney for defendant— " What did Mary ¦ay I" Attorney for the State— " Stop there; I object to the question." Here a discussion of nearly two hours took place , in which four or five lawyers participated; after which the* judge held a long, serious and excited discussion on the subject, and finally, in • vaty formal and pompous manner, st...

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