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

Connecticut.—The nomination by the Democratic State Convention of Connecticut of Hon. Tbqs. H. _SBVM6_UR for Governor, gives us strong hopes of success in that State. Mr. Seymour was elected Governor of Connecticut, in 1853, and although defeated for the same office a few years ago, by a small majority, is a very popular man, and a gentleman of fine ability. He was Minist_«r in _ftunoin. _nnifar Mr. _Pieree'_s administration.

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

New Jbbsey U. B. _Skijatob.—wm. wngnt, oi Essex, was on Thursday elected United States Senator by the New Jersey Legislature, for six years from the 4th of March. The vote stood : Wright 54, Wm. A. Newell 25. The peace, resolutions were passed in the Senate—yeas 12, nays 8—and were made tbe special order in the House for the 10th of March.

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

Thb Hastier Embassy.—Considerable inquiry is made in Washington respecting the Minister and Secretary of Legation from Hayti, whose arrival in New York was announced several days ago. It is hinted that they nre purposely, kept back until Congress adjourns, in the fear that their debut in Washington might complicate diffi <»iiUt<>8 in _thn national councils.

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

Estate of Charlotte Heckman, late of the City of Reading, deceased. NOTICE IS _HEttJSUr _tflVEN, THAT LETTERS Testamentary to the Estate of Charlotte Heckman, late of the city of Beading, deceased, have been granted to the subscriber, residing in tbe name city. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to _tuako payment, without _delnf, and all _haviilg Claims against th_« sameare also requested to preseut them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Feb 2S-6t_1 JONATHAN EYRICff, Executor.

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

Courts Abolished.—Tbe U. o, Senate has passed tbe bili abolishing all the Courts in the District of Columbia and creating new ones, on the alleged grounds of disloyal proclivities of the Judges. All the lawyers in the District protested against its passage.

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

liADIES' AID ASSUViA'i'iOM. The following articles bave been received by tbe Ladies' Aid Society, since their last acknowledgment: Mr. _Nicolls. 1 barrel applet, tea, pickles and blackberry syrnp; Dr. Mahlenberg, 1 keg eggs; Mrs. Dr. Mahlenberg, 1 piece dried beef and _picklei; Mrs. Annie _Muhlenberg 6 vans tomatoes; Airs. Ori_«s, •* bottles currant wine. 4 Iks. whlU sugar. C. C. OBI88, Secretary,

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

GREAT _BARGAINS, Now is the Time to Buy Bargains AT THK FIiOUCtH _efc EAftilOW 8TOB.B.

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

_IffF _Koger Shkkhan Baldwin, once Governor of Connecticut and United States Senator, died at New-Haven on the 19th inst. He was a g randson of Roger Sherman.

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

_Hatt. ! _brightest banner that floats on the gale, Flag of the country of Washington, hail! Bed are thy stripes with the Wood of the brave, Bright are thy stars as the sun on the -wave; Wrapt In thy folds are the hopes of the free, Banner of Washington! blessings On toes!

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

m&ztilt nnh _Hmwtui HEADING, PA SATIRMY, FEBRUARY 28, 1863

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

Iixisois.—The Legislature of Illinois b»a _jnatly adjourned The Ptt«e Resolutions which passed the House were _presented from passing ,be Senate by the withdrawal of enough Abolition members to prevent a quorum. _ATTBi rreii _ASSASSWATIOS OF G«". BAKK9.— The Kew Orleans Picayune of the 13th inBt., re ports an attempt to assassinate Gen. Banks. The weapon was an air gun ; the offender escapci Gin. Batiks was not hart. Is this T*£A90H T—The N. Y. Tribune of last Th ursday raid "if three months more of earnest fig hting shall not _serr_« to make a serious impression on the rebels, let u_« bow to our destiny anJ make fin bmt attainable peace r Dkstrbctit* Fuus.—A fire occurred at TilUi-Tffle, Crawford county. Pa., on Sunday night, destroying Culver 's banking house, loss $1000; Lftird'8 dry goods building, loss $8000; Jameson's shoe store, loss $2000 , and the QazMe Office, loss ?2800. J_0~ A swbbt mistakk has just come to light _jn Washington, over which the lobby are getting quite...

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

ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Valuable City Property. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, AT the public house of Joseph Ganger, (Keystone IJouse_.) in the city of Keadlng, on Saturday, the 2Sib day. of February, 13(33, at 1 o'clock in tbe afternoon, a largo Mthree-story BRICK DWELLING HOUSH (tbe front room of tbe lower floor of which has recently beea fitted np in the best manner for _u §_tors room) and Lot of Ground, _sitnate on tbe south side of Peun street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, in the city of Reading, adjoining property of Mrs Fhillippl on the went, and Henry A. Seyfert on the east; containing 30 feet front on Penn street, by 230 feet to Cberry alley ; on which alley there is also a twostory Brick Warehouse and Stable. Al soa large number of well located BUILDING _LOTS, situated on the cmer bf Sixth and _Binyanian streefst bounded on tbe east by Six;li street, on the north by Kingaman street, and on the west by Pearl street. A Draft of the Lots will be exhibited and conditions of sal...

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

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. _Habrisbuhg, Thursday, February 19. Senate.—Mr. McSherry introduced joint resolutions to compensate the citizens of Franklin and Adams counties for losses sustained by the rebel raid on the lOth and 11th of October last, which were adopted. The supplement to the Act revising the municipal charter of the city ol Reading, was passed finally. Mr. Clymer called up the bill authorizing the courts of common plead to compel the recording of deeds, conveyances and other instruments of Writing, which passed finally. Adjourned. Hotjss.—Messrs. Ramsey, Potteiger, Weidner and Patton, presented petitions from citizens of this Commonwealth praying for the passage of a ( aw to prevent the immigration of negroes and mulattoes into this State. Mr. Vincent intro duced an act to reduce the par value of shares of stocks of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad; also, an act to authorise the county of Erie to issue new bonds for the redemption of the bonds of said county Iss...

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

&BCUSTXnL'B _XTOTXaB " _VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TJffAT THE X1 following named _pereoni have Died their accounts of their _Administration on the _JSetates of the _deceased, whose names are undermentioned, in the _Kegioter'_s Office, in and for tbe county Berks, and tbat tbe same will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Berks county, for confirmation and allowance, on Thursday, tbe fitU day of March next, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon, sit the Conrt House In the City of Reading, viz: 1S62. Filed November 26. Account of Jonathan Bieber, Trustee of Sarah Chrislman, a Lunatic, deceased. Filed November 26. Acconnt of John K. _Bpatzand Wm. _Scblappi?, Administrator* of Peter Fonstdeceased. Filed December i. Account of Nicholas A, Felix, Admintnirator of John Trouta«cea_«ed. Filed Dncember 5. Account of John Ker-cher, Guardian_, of _FianaKline. Filed December 13. Account of Daniel Jacobf, Administrator of Elizabeth Jacoby, deceased. Filed December 13. Account of Adam Gerhar...

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

ASTOUNDING FRAUDS ON THE GOVERNMENT. The report of Senator Grimes, of Iowa, upon the subject of Mpa and steamers chartered to transport troops and supplies, discloses another dark catalogue of fraud upon the Government. In the very outset of it the reader will find an account of the charter of thirteen barges and Steamers at Baltimore that will serve as an illustration of the wh6l_«. In that transaction it appears tbat these thirteen vessels cost their owners—middle men, as usual—$65,283, and that they were chartered to the government at the rate of $345,655 per annum—an annual profit of three hundred and twenty five per cent. Among these was a roUen old hulk called the _Fatapsco, which was purchased by one of these middle men for $1,200, and then hired to the government for $85 per day, and the barge Delaware, which cost $2,500, hired for $70 a day. The running expenses ot this latter vessel were about six or seven dollar* a day, and all the rent were the profits of the cul...

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

DIED. On the 24th iast.suddenlyin this city, Theodore Lavbeb, proprietor of the '¦ White House," on the Neverstnk_, aged 38 year*. On the 22d Inst., in Hamburg, Jo&N Fbakbuk, son of Peter and Betty Ann Buck, aged 2 years and S months. On the 21st inst, in Hamburg, sbth Fbamklik, son of George and Susan Bennerwald, aged 4 years, 1 month and 21 days. On tbe 20th inst, in Port Clinton, Ja.vb, daughter of Morgan Khoad«, late of Hamburg, aged 17 years and 20 days. On t_^e 19th lust., in Exeter, Jacob Jackson, aged 69 years, 9 moDth» and 2.1 days. On the 19th last., in tbiscity, Fanxv, daughter of John and Mary Shadel, aged 9 years, 9 months and 6 days. On the 18th inst., in this city, Sophia Windiemak, aged 28 years and 10 months On the 18th inst, in this city, Elenoka, eldest daughter of _Gantavus and Wilbelmina Boinmel, aged 15 years, 11 months and 27 days _fc On the 18th inst., in tllig oityMARTABBT SOSAW, daughter of Solomon and Elizabeth Noll, aged 1 year and 11 days. ...

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

READING MARKET. _Fridat, V ebrnary 27,1863. Wheat (prime white) . Buctowieat Flour per per bushel $1 TO 100«.». 2 00 Wbeat, (prime red) Fork V 100 *•¦• 8 °3 p«_rfea»W 1C0 B«ef (hind _auaiter) Bye do 82 / pel 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn*(old) do SO Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do (0 per 100 pounds 7@S 00 Corn lt«al do GO ' Ham* per pound 10 Oats do / SO Shoulders do 7 Flaxseed <to / 1 SO Mitch do * 7 Cloverseed do ( 4 SO Dried Beef do 13 _imothr seed do 2 29 Table Batter do 22 Barley do 90 Lamp Buttei do 29 Potatoes do 63 Hrlrin Butter do — SweetPotatoes do 76 Tallow do _»_H Salt do 60 Lard do 9 Salt per Sack ; 140 Hides, Baw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Bent Old Kye Whiskey, family white) _W Ml. 9 0) per gallon 75 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extr_* Common. Whiskey, per fum. while) $ 100 fts 4 £0 gallon 37 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra1 _Flaxseed oil _K_» _Ralloa 80 family) per Barrel ' 8 CO Eggs per dozen 20 Wheat ' Plonr (extra Stone Coal (stoveegg family) per inn B>_s. \4 25 &am...

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

" Unquesdonably the best sustained work of the kind in the World." HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Critical Notices of the Press. The volumes bound constitute of themselves •» library of miscellaneous reading such as can not be round 1n tbe same _compass in any other _ptiblictltlan that hag _COffig nil" der our notice.—Boston Courier. Tho most popular Monthly in the world.—New- York Observer. We must refer in terms of eulogy to tbe high tone and varied excellences of _Habfsh's Maimzink—a Journal with a monthly circulation of abont 170000 copies—in whose pages are to be found some of the choicest light and general reading _«f ihe day. We gpe&k of this work an _»n evidence of the American People; and the popularity it b&B acquired is merited. Each Number oontainB fully 141 pages'of reading matter, appropriately illustrated with good wood-cuts; and it combines ia itself the racy monthly and the more philosophical quarterly, blended with the beet features of the dally j...

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

Regimental Order on the Death ol Col. Knoderer. The following Regimental Order on the death Of Col. C. A. Knoderer_, waa issued by Lieut. Colonel J. D. Davis, who is now in command of the 107th Penna. Militia: Hbad _Quarters, 167th _Regt., P. M., \ Camp Sow-oik, Va., February 17, 18C3. J _ftSGlMENTJX OHDER NO, *—The death of Col. Charles A. Knoderer has been announced to this Regiment in au order from Brig ' ade Headquarters, the terms of which are alike just to the deceased and creditable to the General commanding toe Brigade. It would seem superfluous to recount to yott the many virtues of our deceased Colonel. Only four months ago he was a stranger to most of you, yet in that short time his noble qualities were so well appreciated that it may truthfully be EaiJ, no regiment in the service entertained for its commanding officer greater respect, confidence and love than did our regiment for Colonel Knoderer. With a thorough military education, a graduate of one of the best ...

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