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

_PJBLISHED _EYfiST 5ATTODAT MOBBIKO rtfflrt Xorth-vred corner <jf * i*«>»* an< * *VJ* ***«* 'ati P* ' *>i»**g the farmers ' Bank of _Riding. TEEMS OF _SDBSCKtPTIoa. B\^,Oa Vw, _yayoile _i» advance. l oo for rixmonvtw, in «_£»»¦>«« • . To _Cicss ; Fonr copies for $», _1e ad-ranc*. ,_T _^_Ser_^S-A of a. -vMtot Of the fix* paid J«r. BATES OF ADV.E_11TISING IM THB GAZETTE. 1L 3t Imo. 3»o.6m0 - lT - ««r _*1 «^«*^_53'5 S" _S ss 1 « SM " 1,00 2,00 2,.'il_> 5,00 S_. 00 15,00 H .. _U " l>3,00 3,75 7,50 12.00 20,00 [Larger Advertisements ia proportion.] _fuaamf and Aam1ni_*trat«»' *<>««». | _Wtions »2,O0 induors1 S_»a_*as and Legal _Hoticea, 3 ' _* .«_J * _Lui Sodcee. a* reading matter, 10 cts.»line for ««« i0_?5r _Sarrtage notices 25 cents each. Deaths will be _^ldoac_™_, RewluttonBof _Beneacial and _ot_^_Pri _vste _Ablations, will he charged _for. _as adver-^T_^t r_^Mtef««»>_W0 »» Charit *We "d Ma - "r_^_r_^_rng...

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

Who are Entitled to Pensions ?—This ques- tion is often asked, " Who are entitled to pensions 1" The aet of Congress, passed July, 1862, made liberal provisions for granting pensions to disabled or invalid soldiers, who have served in the army of the Union, since the 4th of March, 1861, and also to widows and children (under sixteen years of age,) »¦ well as mothere and dependent sisters,- of soldiers killed in battle or who shall die by reason of wounds received or disease contracted while in service, and i n the line of duty. The provisions aa a whole, are much more liberal than ' the old pension laws for the Revolution or the w&r of 1812. The amount of pensions for all disabilities are fixed at follows : Non commissioned officers, musicians and privates, per month,..,,..,,., $ 8 Second Lieutenants, 15 First Lieutenants 17 Captains, 20 Majors, 25 All officers of higher rank, 30 But a large majority of those accepted as pensioners are only partially disabled, and th...

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

_ftogicy The _Linererins: Winter The sdott-flakes kiss the plowman's crimsoned f-ice; He guides the share and turns the fnrrow still, With manly patience and with measured pace, Nor heeds the winter lingering oa the hill. The foamy flood roan sullen through the vale; The crow flocks Bap the blast with laboring wings The bare oak shivers In the northern g.ile—Bat on the topmost bongh the bine-bird sings_. It sings of spring—the plowman hear6 the.song—Ot bridal April and of blooming Stay: And as ho treads with sturdy step along, Hope in his bosom sings the self-same lay. He hears the summer rustling In the corn; Cloud chases clodd across his bending grain; The mower's scythe-song greets the golden morn, The soft eve welcomes home the loaded wain. And autumn's wealth, its pleasures and its pride, His heart with joy, his ear with music fill; His plow he follows witb a quicker stride, Nor heeds the winter lingering on the Lill. Thus to the Christian—whoresoe'er he roam—Planting t...

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

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, AND DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, QPOONS, SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &c, _O Sign of the « BIG WATCH)" No. 03)4 _E» _Fenu Street, above Sixth, north ride, Beading, Pa. M- Every article warranted to be what it is sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c, repaired with particular attention, and guaranteed. [feb 1-tf NOTICE. A PEEMIUM WILL BE PAID OH G-OXjX_), OXiX> SXXi'VJBScl.* —AND—3_E>^uX«. _BA.BJE _3_NTOTBS AT THE EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, READING, Pa. August io_, isei-tf]

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

jgpTwn Hon. Simon Camkkon has forwarded a letter to ihe President resigning his position as Minister at the Court of St. Petersburg. Of oourse he does not give all the reasons for his resignation, but alludes 6&ly to the climate not agreeing with his family. This letter otherwise regrets that the rebellion was not suppressed long ago, as he and the whole world expected, but expresses _undiminished confidence in the future success of our arms and the restoration of the Union. _Cassius M. Clay has been re-appointed to the Russian Mission, in accordance, it is said, with a promise by the President, at the time he made way for Cameron , _|_g_» Gin. Hunter's black _fobcb amounts to about 800 negroeB, and for them he has disgraced white officers, rendered his white soldiers mutinous, quarreled with Gen. Foster, and done everything except capturing Charleston. If ha oannot take that city, let him take himself off to make room for some practical man.

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

A V isit to tlie Churchyard. Who's knocking at the sexton's gate 7 "Come, open quick, old man! 'tis late—" Come, open quick the door for me, A dear one's grave I come to sue." A stranger spoke, with grizzly beard, A sun-burnt wariior he appear'd. - "What was the dear one's name, who's won A pillow in my gloomy home ?" " My mother. Hast thou then forgot Old Martha's son ? Dost know me not 7" " God hel p us I but bow tall and brown I 0 no, yonr face I'd ne'er have known. " But come and see; here does she lie For whom you ask so tenderly. " Here sleeps, beneath the stone and earth, The mother dear who gave you birth !" The warrior long stands silent there, His head bent low, as if in prayer. He stands bent o'er that grave so dear, And wets the stone with many a tear! Then starting—" Ko, yon_'re wrong," he said •• This grave ean never hold the dead! " How could a mother's love be brought To lie in such a narrow spot ?"

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

JUST RBCBIVBD, _Cif\_flf\ _KOWEE POTS. AT THE OLD JAIL XKjVU t_*-tf WJC BH0AD8, Jr.

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

FALSE UNIONISM The Abolition leaders, seeing that (he people will nol sustain them in their extreme unconstitutional measures, are endeavoring lo cover up their many misdeeds, and lo draw away the public mind fiom the contemplation of their real designs in prosecuting the war, by getting up a series of so-called ••Union" meetings, at •which the speakers are loud in sounding the war cry, and profuse in their professions of _uncandtticnal Unioniem. The better to deceive the people, they have bought the services of a few looseprincipled Democrats, like Andy Johnson and llendrick B, Wri g ht, to give the color of no-partyi8m to the meetings, and to divide, if possible, the Democratic organization, which, they but. too plainly see, is again closing up in a solid, united phalanx, to save the country by driving from power, by the lawful and. constitutional means that arc within their reach, the sectional partizans_, who have so shamelessly abused then most sacred trusts. We would c...

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

CITY ELECTION. THE ftOMI._\ATlO5ISnY HOTHPARTIES,. The following are the two tickets that have been placet in nomination tor the city election, to be held on _Fridaj next, the EO:h inst., between the hours 8 A. M., and S P. M DEMOCRATIC TICKET. | SEPUBLIGAN TICKET. Mayor : Mayor : Joseph S. Hoyer. David McKnight. Treasurer : Treasurer : William Heidenrich_, John Heller. Auditor : Auditor : Henry Kerper. Abner K. _Stauffor. (turntables : Constables : Wood 31. _Scuwaru_, Jo*6ph _Deykher. James Scneidy. Frederick Getley. Alderman, (Sovih Ward). Alderman, (South Ward.) Matthias Mengel. Peter Cleaver. FIRST (SPRUCE) WARD. Common Council: ~ Common Council: Redmond _McManns_, Amos U Deycher, Philip Albright, George V7. Armstrong, Daniel Lausch. John Hetrich. Judge: Judge: Edward II. Shearer. Mahlon Fox. Inspector : Inspector : Franklin It. _Bruckman. Franklin Witman. School Controller : School Controller: Amos Hooker. Peter Jones, (I year), John B. _Maxton, (S yrs). Assessor : Assess...

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

FRE2LAND SEMINARY, WILL OPEN ITS SPRING TERM, ON Monday, March 30th, 1863. Young men are fitted foT _BnsluflBs, College or Teaching. _Accesn to School by Reading Railroad to the _Royals Ford Station. For Catalogues or particulars, address H. A. HDNSICKER, Principal, March 14-U*] Freeland, MoElB oinery' _bounty, Pa. EEADING CLASSICAL ACADEMY, AND _STORMAXi SCHOOIj, TT71LL COMMENCE ITS SPRING TERM, T V on Tuesday, tlie 7th of Apriland _conllaus 11 Weeku A class of Teachers will he formed in the Normal Department, and they will be instructed with'especial reference .0 the wants of their vocation. TEHMS. from $5 to $6 per quarter. Higher English and Languages extra. For further information, _addross March U-2mo] J). B. UKDa'MEB, A. B., Principal. AUDiTORr S ~ WrOTic& THIIE UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINTJ. ED by the Orphans' Court of Berks county, to audit ind re-state the account of William H. Zerbe, Administrator of tbe estate of John Zerbe, lat« of Bethel township )»id count...

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

CITY ELECTION Our annual charter election will be held next Friday, the 20th inst. A Mayor, Treasurer, &o., are to be chosen for two years, and the usual Ward Officers for one year. The tickets nominated by the two parties are published among our local news. Joseph S. Hoybb, Esq., the Democratic candidate for Mayor, is a gentleman of unblemished character, and well qualified to discharge the duties of that office. He was formerly Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions of Berks county, which position he filled with much credit and fidelity. He is in every way worthy of the hearty support of the Democratic voters Of the city. Judge _Heibejtkbich, our candidate for City Treasurer, is an old merchant—formerly an Associate Judge of this "county—and is esteemed by all who know him. His capacity for the office is admitted, and the personal popularity he deservedly enjoys, mates him just the man to win. The Democratic candidates for Auditor, Constables, Councils, and the War...

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

jpjp_°* Canal Navigation.—The water has been let Into tbe Kcbnylkill Canal, and tbe _wbvlo line is now ready for navigation. Several boats have arrived from helow. The tolls on the canal have been fixed at seventythree ceuts per ton from Port Carbon to Philadelphia, and seventy cents from SclmylkiU Haven. ' _»«r j_^" Another Le gislative Excursion.—The members of the Senate and Bouse of Representatives ol Pennsylvania, in compliance with an Invitation from tbe Treasurer of the North Lebanon Railroad, and the President of the Reading Railroad, made an excursion to Lnba-Don on Thursday, to visit to tbe Cornwall ore Mlla. They left Harrisburg at 2.15 P. M, In an extra train, were taken to Cornwall over the North Lebanon road, and back to Lebanon in time for supper at tbe Lebanon Valley House, and returned to _Harriubnrg by the regular evening train. t&~ Supposed _Infahticidh,— Oo Tuesday morning, the body of a new-born infant was discovered In tho sink of tbe Berks County H...

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

Orphans ' Court Sale. PUR SUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORI PHANS' COURT of Berks county, will be sold at pub lie vendue_, on Satnrday_.the _Jlth day of April, A B _im> _«ffw«f it _VV*" 6 along ""*»«"> North two degrees _henths to a stone thence along land of Philip Kline Worth ilong land of Philip Kline, North 30 _degre_^ West 22 KXs_^ ln^'_Jlt;4 :_^ AtrilS' or plece of WOODLAND, situate No. 6, South 2 degrees, East 12S perches and five tenth? mmsim *¦' _vwubb ot ieis, - ~~ , more WILLIAM MAKKUKQEO. 1

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

SHBAIFF'S SAID OF HEAL ESTATE. T)Y VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF VENDITI0V1 fj Exponos, Issued out of the Court of Common PiM, of Berks county, and to me directed, will be sold at BuhHc vendue or out-cry, to wit: p ullc Oa Friday the 10th day of April, A. D., 1803 at \ o'clock, P. M., at the public house or Feather it u,if _snyder, (_Keyiloue) in the _Viity of Bea_<HO(t, Be""„„"! to wit: All that certain three-story BRICK DWHr iivA _aHOOSB and twostory back Building, attached _S a two-story Brick Building, (now occupied a« in Store) lar_«e Stone Stable, good _uESfiftl Soor ?_SS story Brick Carriage Bouse, (nearly new) with a room aboje, and lot or piece of _ground, situate on _thesoulhS of Peuu streetbetween Fifth and Sixth streatT inthe C?» or Heading, Berk, county, U being part of lo " No U a "J 13, in the said city, bounded on the North by p Mn Btr?et on the hast by property occupied by George M Laumtn pn the South by Cherry alley, on the West by _prope _™ , " f late Simon Seyfert...

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

SENATOR CLYMER The following highly complimentary notice of our State Seuator, is taken from the _Harrisburg correspondence of the Easton Sentinel, written by the editor Of that paper, D. II. Neiman, Esq., a member of the Legislature: Since I last wrote you we have had some lively times and animated discussions in both the Senate and House. In the Senate ou a preamble and resolutions tendering the use of the Senate Chamber to those two arch'demagogues, Andy Johnson, the Provisional Governor of Tennessee, and Ex Governor Wright, of Indiana, for the purpose of delivering political harangues. The Democratic Senators offered an amendment tendering the same courtesy to Gen. McClellan. This the _ftbolitionistg resisted* whereupon a discussion arose, which lasted about six hours. Tbe debate was most animated and the speeches made on the Democratic side, by Messrs. Clynier, Lamberton and Wallace, were most eloquent, patriotic * and thrilling, bringing forth frequent _spdtiUneouB _buTg...

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

_fST Democratic City Club.—The special meeting of the Club, last Saturday night, was largely attended, and the right spirit prevailed. The Executive Committee made a report on Organization and other matters in regard to which they bad been instructed, which wae adopted. It was announced that the Committee or Safety of 100 Democrats in each Ward, had been appointed, and that, in consequence of the addition of numerous names thereto, it would probably be increased to 100a members for the city at large. The form of a notice, to be served upon the members, was also adopted. The Committee also reported the following resolution of welcome to the Hon. S. E. AnconA, which was adopted with loud acclamations: Resolved, That the Democratic City Club of Heading tender their most cordial welcome to Hon. 8. E. Ancona the Bepresentative of this district in the 37th Congress on his return home from the field of his useful labors. From the time when ho first took his seat in the House, till the la...

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

jNW ADYERTISEMMTS. NEWTON D. STRONG ATTORNEY AT LAW, i_^FFICE IN COURT STREET, NEAR FIFTH _^Beading, Pa. [March 14,1863_^mo Xm WASTED WO ROOMS IN A HOUSE OCCUPIED BY re_^O _* _^^^^^^^^ _KAQS WAXfXSD. rnflE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH -Ub _' _uU!?* &r BA<JS) at the Beadtn 9 A*** office. March I4-3_Q W- VaN herd LAST NOTICE. A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES ?£_^.1°. n 8itO the E8t*te of raaac- Knoads, of Amil3 vS^* °i ioh _? on , nty> are _«9tt88ted to make payment tc I a i«J_?l8 _? 8d A88l B"ee». W Reading, on Friday, Apri v _ihm h_, b9tween iheh °n" _«_r 10 ATM. and 4 o'clock _£«« f fi, " Pers _.°_l 8 haTing claim8 a _«aiBSt 8_»W Estate, will david levan. • » JOHN B. HOLLOWAY, I A»«ilfnees. March 14, !Sf3-3t " Government Pension and Claim _._^m. m_^Sr -MBz w «Z3 -mrm 3HUE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO _^ _ESXSSft_^_&_^j_* — <* AUDITOR'S NOTICE rpHE UNDERSIGNED, AUDITOR APPOINT--L ed by the Court of Common Pleas of Berks county, u audit and r...

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

ALLEN & NEEDLES' SUPER- PHOSPHATEOFLIME. THE STANDARD MANtfKE_, Unequalled _bj any other in the market; always THE SAME IN QUALITY, _^ ia _T iaM ? l °be relied on as a MANURE of standard excellence. Price $47i per 2000 lbs. Our Sopbk _PnosPHATK of Lim* is uniform in P8ndedm onal C0D3tItws *te ' «* - «*¦*• be de- ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER. Packed in good _atrong bags, 150 lbs. each. $30 per 2000 lbs. We believe it to be the best and cheapest Manure in use. «_=• _«J A _BKT MZm • the I»i«nd. y "Pertor article, received direct from •45 per 2000 lb«. •aEsasssjsrjsi*—¦ •60 per 2000 lbs. i n_^b_^eT.0_' 0011 _'1 "-a*.* «P«tor article, packed _wSSSLlSS_"1 Mak< * " ' *_"•DMt »»* _«_"»«<» Bones. _aWes A liberal ***«**»"»«_&_* _DeaUr. on. U* _«bo_« ** Sou* Wharves _^A"S5?K* _coZelt n0arttde ' butSUch _M _™ <*Y/^ «- * . I March 14-3mo

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

DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTION. The Conferees, elected by tbe different Wards or tbe Cit> ¦ of Beading, to nominate a Democratic City Ticket, met ii tbe Democratic Clnb Boom, on Wednesday evening, Marct 11th, at 7}4 o'clock, and organized by selecting Dakiki _Ebmejttbodt, Esq., Chairman, and Edward H. Shbarkr_, Esq., Secreiary. •;*_%_& The credentials of tbe several Wards were then presented, and tbe following persons admitted to seats: First Ward—Edward n. Shearer. William B. Albright, _und Philip T. _Oilbam. _v Second Ward—John B. Qoodhart, William A. Eocholl and _Wellington Yaa Keed, Third Ward-Calvin Goodman, David A. Stout, and William S. Young. Fourth Ward—Franklin S. Barabart. Amos B. Wanner, and Jacob MaUberger. Fifth Ward—Samuel Summons, Isaac Lancks, and Daniel Brmentront. The following nominations woro then made: For Mayor; JOSEPH S. HOYER. For Treasurer: WILLIAM HEIDENRKICH. For City Awtttor: HENKY KEEPER. For Constables: WOOD M. SCHWARTZ, JAMES S0HKIDY. O...

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

PW _AUVERTJSEMENTS, OPENING OF Spring Dress Goods. «»> — _» wb _TciLri aj=»_3E _Kr rHIS DAY AND MONDAY NEXT A LARGE STOCK OF SiLKS, mm mm® m_>m_>% DE LAINES, as sac J9_L_. -mmr ml_^ am9 KID GLOVES, Ind all kinds of Goods for the SPRING TRAD E 0 which we would call the attention of our cusomers and the public generally. KLINE & EPPIHIMER, No. 10 BAST PENN SQUARE , READING, PA. Karen 14,_186_ST

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