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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS SHERIFF'S SALES OF HEAL ESTATE. BY VIRTUE _OeaVSDHY WRITS UP LJiVAri Fneirw, Vendittoni Kxpnnns, and fieri Facias, _ixxued ont of the Court of Common Pleas or Berks county, and to me directed, wil 11_>fl _*o!d at public _vendne or out-cry: On Monday, ihn 2Srd day of March, A. I)., 1*63, at 1 o'clock, P. H , at the public taouso of Henry H. _liernhart, (fricetown_.) ituscombtnaDOr township, Berks Mcounty, to wit: A certain two story SfONE HOUSE wlili basement, one story .Stone Kitchen attached, Frame Stable, Pnmp of Water, and a lot or piece of _ground, situate in _Ruecooibmanor township, Berks county, bounded by lands of Martin _Angstadt, Dr. Charles Weaver, Abraham WeitzeJ, a ad a public road ; containing 2 acres and IDB porches, more ot less. Sold as tho property of ELIJAH BROWIT. On Tuesday, the 24lh day of Marcli, A. D., 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public _hoima of J. 8-ph _HilsiDKcr_, in Douglass township, Berks couuty, to wit: _ ho. 1—...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

<fi.fl! _ftffftll * 1^* Thb _IHy . Mb. Tobiat will _prcacn upon " Tlie Dealings of Providence with Nation*," to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 8t. Karnabas (Episcopal) Church-Service will bogin at 3 o'clock. I®* Tub Unioh _Pbaybr _Mbetino will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, in tbe Ebenezer Blethodirt Chnrch, Fourth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to attend. tgg* Ekv. J. _Shrigley, of Philadelphia, will preach in tbe Universal!!* Cbuvcb, next Surtdsty, thfl 1st of March. __; ReadisO, February 21th, 1863. Rev. A. G. _Commits. Dear Sir :—We, tbe undersigned, would respectfully request you to repeat the Sermon upon " Tbe Christian duty of Citiz«ns in time of _Buhellion," next Sunday evening. Owing to the inclemency of the weather _Iaet Sunday evening, many could not get out to bear you. A Sermon, wbich i8 8o patriotic . ' and fall of sentiments calculated to do good, should be beard by our citizens generally. H. II. Hnhlenberg D. _McKnlgnt J....

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

TREASONABLE OFFENCES We publish, ou the outside pngo. p.n abstract of the debate that, took p lace in the State Senate a few days ago on the resolution offered by Mr. Lowry, urging upon Congress the passage of lavrd to define and punish offences of a treasonable character. Mr. Clymcr, with manifest propriety, moved to amend tho resolution, by the insertion of a provision that the proposed laws shall be " in accordance with the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Pennsylvania." But the Abolition majority in the Senate, having been taught by the example of the higher powers, to disregard constitutional obligations, refused to adopt the amendment. It was for proposing this innocent, and under present circumstances, highly desirable addition to the loose phraseology of Lowry's resolution, and advocating it, briefly but forcibly, that Mr. Clymer incurred the displeasure of the New-York Tribune, and drew down upon himself the follow ing abusive, libellous and thr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

SST" Militart Itbm3.—The 50th Penneylvft nia Regiment., to _wliioli throe iJurks county companies are aitached, left. J<Ye<_l<>ricl>sbiir(r la»t Friday morning a( 8i o'clock, and arrived at. Newport Nuws on Saturday eveDing. They _disumbarked on Sunday and marched to tbe identical spot where they were embarked list Summer. A letter from one of the officers pays: " The boys are in high glee on account of getting out of that confounded rand hole on the Rappahannock, and out of the Army of the Potomac." Dr. A. H. Witman, formerly of thia city, but now of Lewistown, Pa., has been appointed a Surgeon in the Army. Lieut. L R. Gries, of Cii.pt. Durell's Battery, Who hfva been at home for some months on recruiting duty, left last Tuesday morning, under orders to join his Company. Capt. John Teed, of the UGlh Penna. Volunteers ; Lieut. George Eclcert, of the 17th U. S. Infantry; Lieut. George VV. Green, also of the U.S. Regulars; Lieut. Albert Moullon, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Bu2Olabies is Pottstown.—Several dwellinghouses ia Fottstown were entered on Thursday night, the 19th _inst., by means of falae keys, and robbed of various articles. The burglars were detected at the bouse of Dr. M. J. Hoffman, and proved to be two negroes, or "Americans of African descent" as they are now called in "official Circles." The Doctor was awakened by the noise, and _Bucoeeded in giving one of the scoundrels some hard knocks, before they escaped. They were pursued and caught at Phcenixville, and lodged in Norristown jail. New Couhtbhfkit.—Petersons Detector for March 1st is out, containing a Hat of fifty-six new counterfeits issued during the past month, among which we find one on the Farmers' Bank of this city. It is entirely unlike the genuine: Farmers' Hank, Reading, Pa.—10s spurious—vig. on lower left two Indians, one kneeling; 10 above in medallion; female bathing between signatures. This has also been altered to Farmers' Bank, Schuylkill county, _Pottsville, Pa....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

_NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Trimming Store For Sale. IN ONE OF THE PLEASANTEST CITIES of Pennsylvania, a well-patronteed _TfilMMING STORE, waif b has done a (food _business for the last ten years, with a desirable Stockwitb a handsome cheap resilience, in tbe best location In the city, is offered for Bale, for family reasons, on reasonable terms. Apply at Feb 28-2t_*_l THIS OFFICE. XVOTXCB. PENN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. THE VOTABLB STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Penn Savings Association, are hereby notified to assemble at Heebner'8 Hotel, on the 16th day of March, 1863, at 7 o'clock. P M.. for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for to fill the following offices, to wit: One person for President, for one year; one person for Treasurer, for one year, and three persons for Directors, for two years each, The election for the said officer?, to be held at (lie same place, on Monday evening, March 23rd, 13_U3_, between the boars;of 7 and 9 o'clock, P. M. By order of the Board. Feb 28-3t] DANIEL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

THE f!ONSf!RIPT BILL TASSEll The _Scnuie bill (of which we gave »n abstract last _vrceli), providing "for enrolling and calling out the National Forces, and for other purposes," passed (he House of Itcpresentativos finally on Wednesday, by a vote of 115 yeas to 49.nays, after having been amended in several particu lars. The amendments adopted were as follows : One confining the term of service to the present Rebellion, not, however, to exceed three years; one providing that all persons found lurking or acting as Fpies about our fortitications or camps iu time of war or Rebellion sL&ll be tried by general court-martial, and if found guilty shall suffer death ; and one striking out Ihe clause requiring Provost Marshals to inquire into and report to the Provost Marshal GenB. rlii all treasonable practices. Another amehd ._^ _sm requires all persons arrested for alleged treasonable practices, to be turned over to the civil authorities for trial. The following were the yeas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

TO FARMERS! POUDRETTEOFTHE LODI MANUFACTURING CO rpRE ATTENTION OF FARJIERS AND GAR. 1. denera Is revpectfnlly called to the above MANCBE. Owing to the high price of Peruvian Gnano, Kaper Phosphate and other fertilizers, this will be found the cheapen and beBt manure. For full particulars call on the Agent *»» theCompany. j. l. STICUTER. Feb 2Sr3roo] Fifth >Dd penu _Strests. OIL CLOTHS I OIL CLOTHS!! 'pHE LARGEST _ASSORTiMENT OF1 CABX rlage . Table and Floor Oil Cloths In the City. CM and examine at ' Fah 28] OEO. LEECH & GO'S. O. AMSS' 8B0V&L3. O AMBS' SHOVELS AND SPADES, A «full assortment on-hand. Apply to . , J. L. STICHTER, Feb 2S-3mo_] - ¦ Fifth and Penn Streets. OOALOILI COAL OIL I! _Kfi BARRELS COAL OIL JUST RECEIVED, _Vv/warranted equal to any manufactured. For sale »t the lowest wholesale and retail prices by Feb 28] ago. LERfiH & CO. _SPMASTIftrCr _RQCK. rXIHE SUBSCRIBER 18 AGJSNT FOK MESSRS, X Dupont'_s Powder in Iron kegs, which has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE AND TBS BRITISH REVIEWS. PAXCBS CHEAP AS EVBR, To those who Pay Promptly In _Aavaaea. _VTOTWITHSTANDrNG THE COST OF KEX1 printing these Periodicals has more than _donbied in consequence of the enormous rise in the price of paperand of a general advance in all other expenses—and notwith-•tandtug other publishers are reducing the size or Increasing the price of their publications, we shall continue, for the year 1863, to _furnish ours complete, as heretofore, at ( he old rates, viz; 1 THE LONDON QUARTERLY (_Cousorvative.) 2 THE _EDIN8U8_GH EEVIBW (Whig-.) 3 THB NORTH BKITISH REVIEW (Free Church.) 4 TBE WESTMINSTER _REVIEW (Liberal.) 5 BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory.) _TJSHJl_^l For any one of the four Reviews (per annum) t3 00 For any two of tbe roar Reviews , _g 09 for any three of the four _Merism, • • 7 00 For all four of tbe Reviews, . . g oo For Blackwood's Magazine, • • 8 00 For Blackwood and one Review• • s 00 Far Blackwood and two Bevlews, • 7 00...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

THE CITY ELECTION. Oar animal charter election will be held on the third Friday (20th) of March, Then, in addition to Councilman. School Directors and Ward Officora, a Mayor and Treasurer are to be elected for the term of two years. The ."no-parly" Republicans have already made a partisan organization, with a _rieir to control the election, BBd have appointed a "Vigilance Committee)' of fifty in each _WarJ to work for the Republican candidates, who are to be placed in nomination this evening. This is an earlier movement than usual, and indicates a determination on the part of the Re publicans to make a hard fight for the retention of their power in the government of our city. It, therefore, becomes the duty of the Democrats to bestir themselves, and prepare to meet their opponents at the polls, with their full strength. Let an active " Yigilanoe Committee" of one hundred Democrats be appointed in each Ward; let _ua then nominate capable and popular candidates ; and we need not f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST FINISH. J. ed taking account of stock, ia view of _commenting an EXCLUSIVE CASH BUSINESS, and are now prepared to sell any class of DRY Q OOD3 at Unusually Loir _Prlcea. W« Intend dovotU g our attention more to keeping a complete line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS of all kinds suitable for the seasons. Also a nice line o naoirjuffxxra ooox>3. HOOP SKIRTS—we bold th«», we have tbe best m»_ta vt Skirts la town, they being or the _beit qaalitr of steei, and having from 8 to 10 broad bands (woven) with the Improved fastenings, which we are selling at Old Prices. Alto, a complete line of DOMESTIC GOOD S, Such as Prints, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Bine Drillings, Ticking*, _dheottngs Check.*, Cotton _FUnueU , Woolen Flannels; and all kinds of Domestic _Qoods. Men's and Boys' Wear. We have always on hand a large and fall lot of Goodi for Man and Boys' Wear, sach as: Black and _Paocy _Cassimerea and Cloths, Uottonades, Kentucky Jeans. Velvet Cords, Corde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

This British Quarterly Reviews and Blackwood,—These invaluable periodicals, reprinted in New York by Leonard Scott & Co., have been so often noticed in our columns that we need scarcely add an additional word as to their merits. The London, Edinburgh, Westminster and North British Quarterl y Reviews, and ' Blackwood's Monthly Magazine, are the known and acknowledged fountains of English literature. They represent incidentally all the political and religious opinions of the people of Great Britain, and are of authority there and here as to the literary ability of the authors of the World. It is through the pages of these able periodicals that all the great English writers hare first appeared before the public—Walter Scott, Macaulay, Lockharl, D'Israeli, and the long array of names connected with the literary glory of England. We direct attention to the advertisement of Messrs. L. Scott & Co., in to-day'a paper. It will be observed that they will continue to supply...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

New Volumes of the Bpitish Poets.—Messrs Iiittle, Brown & Co., of Boston, have just published three additional volumes of their be&utilul series of British Poets, containing the complete Poetical Works of Robert Burns, edited by Prof. Child, and accompanied with a memoir of the poet. Tlie poems appear in these volumes as arranged and edited by Robert Chambers, and the memoir is taken from the Encyclopaedia Britannica. The ' type, paper and finish are the same as the preceding issues. This series makes the best, the moat valuable, the most beautiful and the cheapest collection of poetical literature that has ever been published in this " country or in Great Britain; and it is not so easy to see how more tasteful books can grace a library. We believe the tribute of critics is as uniform as to the fidelity with which the detail of editorial labor has been performed as it is to the excellence of the mechanical execution. One hundred and twenty-eight volumes of this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Democratic Statk Cos\bhtion.—w e unaer stand, although no official notice of the fact has been given, that the Democratic State Central Committee has been requested to meet in the city of Philadelphia on Saturday next, the 7th of March, for the purpose, it is said, of changing the time heretofore fixed for the meeting of the Democratic State Convention to an earlier day. We have never been aware of the reasons which induced the State Central Committee to adopt the 17th of Jane in preference to any other day for the meeting of the Democratic State Convention ; but that day _k&viftg once been settled npon and promulgated for the information and action of the Democratic party, we protest against any change, especially if that change points to an earlier period for the meeting of the Convention. Four months will be quite long enough for an active and thorough canvass, and no good can be accomplished by hastening the time for choosing our candidates for Governor and Supreme Jud...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Another Outrage by a Provost Guard.— Four soldiers of the Provost Guard doing duty in Lancaster county, were committed to nrison a few days ago by _Squire Wicks, of Fulton township, on the charge of assault with attempt tof commit murder. It appears the guard were in the neighborhood of Conowingo bridge, on the look out for deserters from the army, who frequently enter this State from Maryland by this bridge. A man by the name of Ewing passed the nighborhood in which the guard were stationed, and was challenged several times to halt, but did not do so, when two of the guard fired, one of the shots taking effect in the wrist of the man. Ewing, it is stated, is deaf and dumb, and of course did not hear tbe challenge. The guard were then arrested, and after a hearing were finally committed for trial on the charge above (¦(.uteri.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

The _MrsflnrmT Emancipation Bill.—A nom promise between the Senate and House bills to aid Missouri iu the emancipation of her slaves, has been agreed upon. The compromise bill fixes the amount of bonds at fifteen millions. The emancipation is to take effect on or before _Juty 4, 1865. The bonds are all to be delivered to the State, and disposed of and disbursed by the Stale. No price is fixed per bead for the slaves. It amounts to a proposition to the State {.hat, if she will bring about complete emancipation on or before tbe 4th of July, 1805 ; she will receive a government bonus in bonds of fifio&n miilinna

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

MOURNING GOODS 2XrOX*r <> F _3_ES 2_KTs Black French Merino. Black All-wool Cashmere. All*wool De Laine, If yards wide, All-wool De Laine, $ yards wide. Black Coburg, 1J yards wide. Black Crape Veils. Black Love Veils. Black Crape Collars. Black Grandine Collars. Black Thibet Long Shawls. Black Thibet Square Shawls. Black Blanket Shawls. Mourning Goods of every kind. KLINE _tt, _KPPIHIBTBR, Feb 28-11 1O ICasX Penn Square

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Tub Whole Question ih a _Ntjtshei.1.—The New-York Tribune says of the conservative Democrats :—" They are not disunioniats—they do not desire the permanent division of our country —but they do hope and expect to achieve its reconstruction" This is precisely the difference between the conservatives and the abolition radicals. The radicals are "disuniottiata"—they do "desire the permanent division of our country " —and they do not " hope and expect td achieve its reconstruction." Let the people remember this _rlinr.ination.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Continental Monthly.—We have received the March number of this Magazine, which is of more than average merit. The best general article is "The Century of Inventions," by C. G. Ireland, and the best political paper is " The Union," by the Hon. Robert J. Walker. Miss Eleanor C. Donnelly, of Philadelphia, contributes a fine and thoughtful poem, ' " The Vision of tbe Monk Gabriel." New York: Published for the proprietors by John F. Trow , 50 Greene street, at $3 a year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 February 1863

Thk EcT/EnTin _Mihaxiiik Messrs. Strickland & Brother have sent us the March number of The Eclectic _Magazine, containing 21 admirable selections from the Foreign Magazines, to some of which American readers have no access. The engraving for this month is Napoleon I. meditating on tbe eve of tbe Battle of _AueterJHz, This truly valuable Magazine is published in monthly numbers of 144 large octave pages each, at $5 a year. Single Nob., 42 cents. Subscriptions re-/•aiverl At. Stt-inlrlanri_'a _Ttnnknt.npn.

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