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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

394 citizens of Northampton county, praying the Legislature to enaut a constitutional call for a national convention. Mr. MeSherry, one from 153 eitizons of Adams county, of similar import Mr. Giaiz introduced a. bill lo extern! the charter of the York County _Bttuk. Mr Kieatand, a bill to lay out a State road iu Berks and Lancaster counties. The resolution oCored by Mr. Lowry instructing our Senators und requesting our .Representatives in Congress to urg.j the _pussajre oi _lftWB defining and punishing ofi'eoces of a. tr ason able nature not amounting to high treason, and affording persons' so _charged a speedy trial by an impartial jury, came up in order on third reading. Mr. Clymer movud to go into committee of th« whole fur the purpose of special atnundtnt'uls, ns follows: Insert after the word '-laws'' th_« words, "in _uccuruftnee with ihe Oiisiimiion of the United Slates ami the Sfate of Penusylvania." Also, to insert, after the words " speedy trial" the words, "in &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Vindication of the I6.U1 Pennsylvania Militia. The Berks County Regiment of drafted Militia has been very thoroughly vindicated from the false accusations of insubordination and oowardice at the battle of Blaekwater, that were made against it by anonymous- correspondents of the New-York journals. In addition to the nu _meroos letters from eye witnesses of the fight, which have already appeared, we this week present additional testimony in refutation of ' these chargts. The first is a General Order of the commanding General, disavowing all official knowledge of the author of the libels, and reeponsibility for their publication. Next, we have a letter to the New York Times, from the Hon. S. E. Ancona, stating facts that in themselves give the He to the misrepresentations of its correspondent; and following this, is a letter from Adjutant Kiefer to the Philadelphia journals, to the same effect. After all this testimony, we hope we shall hear no more in ridicule or disparagement of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Harrisburg, Thursday, February 12. Senate,—A _menage was presented, from the Governor on the subject of arrests of citizens of this Commonwealth, by officers of tbe Federal Government for alleged treasonable conduct, and recommending legislation for the trial and adequate punishment of treasonable offences by-the Courts, Mr. Lowry, on leave given, presented joint resolutions, instructing our Senators, and requesting our Representatives in Congress, to procure the immediate passage of laws defining and punishing offences of a treasonable character not amounting to Hig h Treason, and providing for speedy trial in loyal and undisturbed States, so that the guilty may be punished and the innocent discharged. The resolutions passed second reading, but the Senate refused to put them on final passage by a vote of 19 yeas to 12 nays—not two-thirds. Mr. Clymer presented several petitions from Berks county for a law to prevent the emigration of blacks and _mulatt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

REGISTER'S _97OTXCE "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE _[_l following named persons have tlied their accounts of their A.iuiinihtratiou on tbe Eetatos of the deceased, whoae _anxaen are _uu<leriunnttoti«d In the l<«>rinter' " Office, in and for the county Berks, aud tha" (he _fcurne vill be _presented to ihe Orphans' Court of Berks county, for confirmation and allowance, ou Thursday, the 6th day of March next, at 10 o'clork in the _foreooou, at Ihe Conrt _Honse in the City of Heading, _viis: 1SB2. _*'ile>? November 2G. Account of Jonathan Bieber, Trustee of Sarah tbiwnian, a Luuaic, _deceased. !'"i!e<1 Movewbnr 2_<j. Account of John K. Spatzand Am. S<:hlappi(_i_, AdioiniKtrHtorc of Peter Foont, deceaned i'i-.Kd l'ei;emher 4. Account of _J>icliolas A. Felix, Adntirii-.ratorof John Trout, _deceaxed r'ilr.d Dwemlmr S. Aceouut of John Kercher Guardian _, of Pinna Klitie • _V:!<-ol LvctiiW 13 Acconnt »f t>aniel J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

$1500 TO LO_,\N ON MO11TGAGE. Apply to Fob. 14-3tJ GEO. G. BARCLAY LIQUOR LICENSE. ALL PERSONS WHO INTEND TO HAKE , attpicaiion for tavern _licoune, or for license to sell liquom in _qnantlties not less than one quart, are hereby re quested to file their petitions and bonds at an early day, so as to allow time for publication for the April Term, as they wUl be acted on at that time. By order of the Court, Feb. 14-3t] JAMES BELL, Clerk of Sessions. Estate of _Daniel Maursr, late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks county, de ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT LET TERS of Administration to the Estate of Daniel Manrtr, late of Lower H«idelberg township, Berks county, deceased_, have been granted to the subscriber, raiding in tbe same township All persons Indebted to said estate, are hereby requested to make payment without delay, and all having claims against the same, are aUo requested to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement Feb. J4-6i*J ISAAC MATJRER, Administra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

REMOVAL. Millinery and Trimming Store. Mrs. L. S. SALLADE, ^* _^ RESPECTPULI.Y _INVOBMS TI1E CITI-_^^^ Jgyzena of Reading and vicinitythat she .bas_^^_B _^_jTl removed her M1LLIMEBY and _TRIMMINOBp ¦ _" ¦ " establishment from No. 13 to Ho. 74 EAST^^X PENN STKEET, south sideIn the building lately occupied by Josiah Hearing, wbicb has been remodeled and fitted up for her use. She will be happy to see all her old customers, and as manv new ones as may be desirous of making _pnrchases of BONNETS, CAPS, or other Millinery Goods, Trimmings, he. Her assortment is large and fashionable, and suited to all tastes. [Jan 31-2iuo " FOIL ILEIffT. rjlHE STORE ROOM IN NORTH FIFTH _1_ Streetformerly occupied by the subscriber, being an old-established Business Stand, and one of the moot desirable opening for the Dry Goods and Grocery Trade intnia city. _FoBseseion given immediately. If not rented by the 1st of Apririiextthe property, consisting of a three-story Crick Store and _Swelling, with la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

READING MARKET. {Way, February 20,1889. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per bushel *1 70 100 ft*. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork _f) 100 9>s. 8 00 per bushel 1 60 Beef (Mud quarter) Rye do 92 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do 80 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do to per 100 pounds 7@8 oo Corn Heal do eo Suns per pound 10 Oats do SO Shoulders do 7 _Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 7 Cloverseed do 4 60 Dried Beef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 19 Barley do 70 Lump Batter do 17 Potatoes do 55 Firkin Butter do ' — Sweet _Potatoes do 76 Tallow- do 9 a Salt do fiO Lard do 8 Salt per 8ack 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Rye Whiskey, family white) f» bbl. 9 (» I per gallon 76 to 100 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fam. white) _«100 9>s 4 £0 gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil %} gallon 80 family) per Barrel 8 00 Eggs P er dozen 17 Wheat Flour (extra Stoae Coal (stoveegg family) per 100 _fts. 4 2.1 & broken, _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

DIED. In this city, on the 17th inst., Jobs Zelleb, aged S3 years, 7 months and 4 days. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to fltUnd his funeral this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, without further notice, from his late residence in Walnut street, between 4th and 5th, to proceed to Charles Evhus Cemetery. . * On the ISth inst., in this city, Levi HOffeb, aged 25 years, 3 months and 18 days. On the 16ib lost., in this city, Frederick LeibRock, aged 39 years and 2 months. On the 14th inst., in this , _George Lihsekman, 24 years, S months and 14 . Onthel3ti inst., in this city, Peter Shanbman, Treasurer of the city of Beadingin the .07th year of his age. On the 14th _inst., in Kichmond, Jacob Yob, aged 82 years and ? days. ' On the 13th inst., in Boyerstowa, Akdbew Shanes, aged 30 years, 10 months and 17 ' days. On the 12th inst., in Hereford, Christiana, wife of Samuel _Bntterweck, aged abont 30 years. On the 12th inst.in this city. Lbdama, daughter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_Stazrif e _anft Itattuwa-f _SATURDAf, _FEBKUABY 21, 1863 _jaay 'THE Pities of single copies of the Gazettt will hereafter be 5 cents. If any persons, who have 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, &t regular subscription rates, to wit: 50 cents for 3 months; §1 for 6 months; or SI 50 for a year. XKWSPArEBs in thb Akmy.—The statement of a. New York journal of Wednesday that the Provost Marshal General has prohibited tbe sale of newspapers in the Army of the Potomac, and ordered the agent back to Aquia Creek, is without foundation, in truth. No prohibitive orders relative to the sale of newspapers have been issueJ- _ jSp- Disguise it as they may, the policy of the dominant party, upon which the war is now conducted, is founded oh the doctrine of Seward's • •irrepressible conflict," which denies that the Union can exist part slave and part free...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

FRANK B. FIGHTHORN_, No. 42 Bast Fenn Streett above 6th. Sonth side. HAS NOW OPEN, AND FOR SALE, THE following desirable GROCERIES, viz; NEW CITRON, NEW CANDIED LEMON PEEL, NEW LAYER RAISINS, NEW BUNCH RAISINS. NEW SEEDLESS RAISINS. EXTRA MINCEB MEAT, VALENCIA EAISINS, FRESH PEACHES, CRANBKH&I1S, FRESH PLUMS, _FKESH QUINCES. QUINCE JELLY, FKESH TOMATOES, ¦ CURRANT JELLY, FRESH PEARS, QUINCE JAM, FRESH CHERRIES, DRIED APPLES. PEACH JAM, DllIED PEACHES, PLUM JAM, DUIKD CRERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DRIED BLACKBERRIES. DRIED ELDERBERRIES, DRIED STONED CHERRIES, ALMOND CRACKERS, DRIED CORN. GINGER NUTS, HOMrMl _" , &C, &.!. WINE BISCUITS, <» SODA BI-CUITS, SV,'E_'-:t CIDER, FARINA CRACKERS, and PURE CIDER VINEGAR, FAMILY CIUCKER3, COAL OIL, EXiRA FA MILT SOAP, PUKE PEPPER, NO. 1 SALMON, I'CKE SPICES, JVKW .MESS MACKEREL, PURE OLIVE OIL, NO. 1 MACKE!_=KL. no. 2 mackerel. _scotch herrixg. rich mild chees1s, b. middletox's & co's., kollock & 0o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Philadelphia and Beading Kali Road WINTER ARRANGEMENT - ¦ iiminmr-.mr - PASSENGER TRAINS UttWOwBrmB f_^mm November 17, 1862. (Passing Reading) DOWN, TO PHILADELPHIA, at 6.30 and 11.10 A. M., 12 noon, and 4.20 P. M. OP, TO POTiiSVltLE_, at 11.10 A. M. and 8.00 P. M. WEST, TO LEBANON AKD HARRISBUBG: Western Express from New-York, at 12.07 midnight. Mail Trains, at 11.10 A. M., and 6 00 P. M. On Sundays, the Down A. M. Train passes Reading, at 9.20 A. M., at_>d Up Trainat 5.57 P. M. Both 11.10 A. M. and ti.00 I'. M. up Trains connect at Fort Clinton for _Tirnaqua_. Williamgport, tlmim, Buffalo, Niagara and Canada. Tbe 11.10 A. M. Train only connects at Fort OUnion for _Wilkenbarre, Scranton and _Pittston. The Western Express Trains connect at Harrisburg with Express Trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad for Pittsburgh, and all points West; and tbe Mail Trains connect at _Harriaburg for Lancaster, Chambersbnrg, Snnbury, WillittlUHport, Lock Haven, Eliaira and the _Canadas. ¦ Thro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET _Fbidat, Feb. 20, 1S63. FLOUR AND OKAIIf.—The Floor _twk«t is firm _bul rather _leSB active to-day »nd on ' .y_?@;roo M>i_« mocUy western extr-i family, fonud buyers at $7 0 @S the _Ittttei for choice bntDdsincluding comraoD and _iiood extras al 87@7 SO: _MaDfUrd _nuperfitie at $6 v3 x« bbl. and liUObb.i! floe Flour on terms kept private. The trade are bnying modnratpiy al 'be above _Hgnres for _trapnrnne and extra*, and $S CO@n .j0 _^ bbl for fancy brands as in quality. The _vpcpipu »re moderate. Ry» Flour in quiet aud rffered at _$>_$) bKl Or,™ M_«t>l U lirm, and Penn* Ivania Men I Marco at *1 _$r h\,\. The n>ceiv's today _».r»3100 _bblsflnnr, IO7!:'O Iiuh whoat. _UjOO do o>rn, aDd 7S()0 do outs. The Wheat _mitrkft i* firm and _Mdvnncio({. with a pood demand for shipment, and 7(_W bus _rodn/ « old al SI 7_'!@l 75 for common to phiap thn la:ior for •Ter' .p yafloat: whi'e _ranxfs at $1 Si(f«2, 8B in quality Kve is _sicarf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_ORPHAR3' COURT SAI._B T)URBUANT TO AN ORDEft OF TI_!_F. OEJ_ pbanh' Court of Berks county, will bo sold at 1_'ublic Vendae. on Weduendaytlie-Kb day <u ' _ttarvii, & V., lbv3 at the public hoti_»e of Culbaiiue Krick, in S\>ring township, Berks county, . the foilowinu du_^cribc.l Real Estate, situate in &p io« _township, county aforesaidto wit: No. 2—All tba' . certain _elegant LliUbSTOMS LAND, coiuinenciDx in * _pibiic road, _thf.Di_^oalo_'.n said road North 4 degrees, Went 2 i perch_«n to a _puiut on _Lebanon Valley Railroad, thence xlnu_* mid Lei'snim, Valley Kai'rnaa South 7_S_$ f de_/_rffs, W csl 26 jmrcbo-. to a ]>uiut, _tlieocn slongtaid L»bau.,.. _Valley kailrW j.onth 71H d-areflj. West 2- per ches to a p..:m on _wiiil Li-hmoii Valley Railroad, _iilftn' _4 _laiirtsof Wi;;>.tt» JJprr, Norm 17 if de_«re«H, Went 2» 4 pnrcIm pliiH the ivulih or t_).i- KbilriMd to a point of hh'._H William J5mr, iheuca along linn of Divisinu, No 1....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

LETTER FROM HARRISBUBG Gov. Curtin's Message —Sis is a Candidate for Re-election—The Democratic Convention—Son. Hiester Clymer. -Harrisburg, Feb. 13, 1863. It has occurred to me that a few lines about the course of politic* 1 events at the State Uapitol would not be uninteresting to the readers of the York Gazette, as York county has of late years furnished such remarkable Democratic majorities as to entitle her to the appellation of the second Berks. If she continues in the same ratio even " Old Berks " will have to look to her laurels. Governor Curtin favored tbe Legislature with a_> special message yesterday on the subject of illegal and arbitrary arrests, which is a decided come-down from the position heretofore maintained by the supporters of this ungodly and Uw-defying Federal Administration. After giving some whining excuses for not staying the hands of Federal emissaries when they dragged citizens innocent of any crime known to the Laws and Constitution, from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

TO THE LADIES. GLASS AND Q.UEENSWARE. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND elegant assortment of the following kinds of FANCY1 CHINA ARTICLES: French China Vases7 doz. pairs, all sizes Card Baskets, Card I'eceivers, Jewel Boxen Cologne Bottles Motto Coffees, Watch Holders, Inkstands, CigarStands_.and a variety of other fancy goods suitable for the Wh»t-Not. Also Bohemian and French Glassware, Such as Wine Bottles. Decanters, Goblets and Wine Glauses, Liuuor SettsCigar Stands, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles, Cake and Fruit Stands in great variety, Castors, Salt Cellars, Candlesticks, Tumblers, oic. &c, and Common Olasaw»r»ot every _descHpHdii; together with, an extensira stuck of O . UEBNSWARE, _Contesting in part, of White Granite Tea and Toilet sett* Tea and Coffee Cups. Dinner, _llreakfast and Butter Plates, Di?bes of all kinds, Pitchers, Ha** , Bowls, &.O.. &c. with a fall line of common ware, all of wbich wa offer at Unaeaally low prices. An inspection oi our ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OP READING. ON SATURDAY, THE 21ST DAY OF FE15-_RUAHY18U I, will be ROld at Public Sale, at the public boui>e of _Saninet B. Oraul, in the city of Reading, at 2 o'clock, P. M., all that certain two-story BKICK DWEIj-ML1N0 HOUSE and Store Stand, bavin* a two-story Brick back building attached, situate on the North-East corner of Walnut and Ninth streets, in tbe city aforesaid ; containing in front on said Is'inth street 24 feet, and in depth East and West 110 feet to a 15 feet wide Alley. Said property has but recently been improved by the erection of tlio buildings, which are as good as uew, and in well adapted lor _Wtneaa, being in the immediate Vicinity of the new Catholic Church, and In a rapidly improving part of the city. ALSO—At the same time and place, another certain twostory BRICK DWELLING HOUSK, recently erected, with Mtwo story back building attachedsituate on the east side of North Ninth street, in tbe city of Keadng near ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

LIVERPOOL _®MM MB (_llMSOTillMS" 2S§_TBL7«C» IftC _E. JUST OPENED, At No. SO, Bast Fenn Street, Reading, Between Sixth and Seventh., (Formerly Otto's Dry Goods Store,) A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT J\ _of French China, Parian Ware, Lava Ware, Terra CottaWare, French and _American _GlasB Ware, Plated Goods and Cutlery, all of which, will be sold at New-Tort Prices for cash. The Proprietor bas _facjJHJes _neyer before presented to the citizens of Beading, for selling them alt DESCRIPTIONS OF GOODS In his line, and aB he intends to give his attention exclusively to the sale of these articleshe hopes the public will sustain himun his efforts to establish a first-class China, Glass and _Queensware Store in Reading. Aug. 2-tf] W. S_. HALL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

inn f\nr\ 1UU,UUULOD| fflflNUFACTURING CO'S JB~<£J»-WLJMJ»W8B.m±_2'ML%rML*aki2 . 130 South Wharves, Philadelphia, Pa. THIS COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAL OF $1CO000. the most extensive Works of the kind in the world, aud an _experiencn in manufacturing of over 23 years, with a reputation Ion:; established, having also the exclusive control of all the _night soil of the great city of NewYoik, are prepared to fnrnish an article, wbich in, without doubt, tiie Cheapest and very best fertilizer iu market. It greatly increases the yield, and ripeuH the crop from two to three weeks earlier, at an _expense of from thiee to four dollars per acre with little nr no labor. aIho, FIFTY TOSS of _BDHJS TAFKTJ, _Iwiop a mixture of bone and ni_«hi soil ground liutii at $13 per ton—a superior article for grain and _jrrass. 1'iice of _fUUDKETTfi, *1 60 pur bnrrel. seven barrels and over delivered free of cbaige. A pamphlet containing all necessary information, may be had free by addressing a letter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

mmMmhMiAvk PHILADELPHIA. MATTRESSES, Beds, FeathersBlanketsUomfortaitlaa Q,uilt8, Cushions, Aud all other articles belonging to the business, Feb. H-ly] AMOS _HILLBORtf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

The TJ. S. Revenue Hydrometer, IX>R ASCERTAINING THK TRUE PER JP cent- of Alcohol in inspected liquors, by whteh tha amount of duty _tn be paid for Internal revenue. Is calculated. The instrument, with gluts jar and book of tables and instructions, is packed in a polished Mahogany Box with look and key. Price $7. Book only 60 cents. £URVKYI_>Q TRANSIT LEVELS, Compasses, and Chains, Swiss Duaftinu _Instbumbnts, made by James w. queen & co., Manufacturing Opticians, 924 Chestnut Street. Jan 3l-3nio] Philadelphia, Fa _OOAXi OIL I OO AA OIL XI GOOD BURNING COAL OIL, AT 10 CENTS a quart, at _QEO LERCHOO'8, Comer of Fifth, and Perm Square, next door to _Borbon'_i Mansion House. rjftt>7

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