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

MATLACK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Wo. 904 _Market Street, _FtuladeJpbia. 1T7E WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR T Y attention to our Large Stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING _^Z_^&_^^&_^_SSL9 _^ wlety of We have also on hand a full assortment of SPRING GOODS adapted to MEN'S and BOYS'-WEAR, and wonld invite your early attention thereto. •OW-T_^_SS _aSTa»b ce 0 e ro?_Sr AC Shrd *" _°ASH "»* WiU be sa_^&ore_^hP a_^to »"° rder8 _' W M to }»»" March 14-_^0] m _MarketS_^_iadltphia. W MILLINERY _AKD STRAW GOODS! E HAVE THE PLEASURE OP INFORMsaaaS3SSSSP'«»« tf_^ »_IILl,IlVBRY AND STRAW GOODS Jm& _fJ ery T " riety. of tn« West importations'"^ _WT, of tbe _neweBt and most fashionable Btyie». OOK STRAW UBPAKTMEHT, will comnrise _flT/ 7f. riety f Bonnets, Hats and Trimmings to be found in that line, of the latest and most approved _shares and styles. Soliciting an early call, °P ***and I remain yours respectfully, March M-4t] " ' " H_. WARD. MILL...

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

The Cultube or Tobacco.—We shall publish, in next week's Gazette, a " Prize Essay on the Culture and Management of Tobacco," by W. W. Bowie, Esq., of Prince Gedrg_^_p coun ty, Md., for which a prize_'of silver plate of the value of S30_, was awarded by the publisher- of the American Farmer, several years ago. It contains, in a condensed form, a vast amount of valuable practical information in relation to the raising of Tobacco; and as a number of the farmers of Berks county tiave lately entered somewhat largely into the cul* iure of that plant, the Essay will doubtless be as icccptable as any thing _welcould print at the present time. Teurible Riots in Detroit.—A serious riol occurred in Detroit last Friday, begun by an excited mob who attempted to seize a negro who W_»9 being taken from Court to jail, after a conviction of an infamous outrage upon a white girl. The mob was driven off, but afterward made a furious assault upon all the colored people in the city, burning their ho...

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

FIRST OF APRIL. This general settling day is close at hand, and we, with many others, must, prepare to meet it. All persons indebted to us, therefore, -whether for subscriptions, advertising or job printing, will confer a special favor by paying up promptly before the first of April, so that we may be enabled to pay the demands that will be made upon as. We are thankful to those who have settled their accounts during the winter. But there is yet a large number in arrears; and we now ap peal to them not to let the first of April pass without paying up. The paper we print upon is still as exorbitant in price as it was two months ago, with no prospect of any decline; and we are obliged to pay cash for it, and all other articles we consume, on delivery. We must therefore adhere to the cash system, or we cannot get along in our business at all. While things remain as they are, we shall have to demand advance payments from all subscribers, and cash for advertising and job printing. Wh...

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

09" Signed bt tue Governor.—The supplement to the Act revising tbe Municipal Charter of the city of Reading, which passed tha Legislature some days ago, and a copy of which we published in last week's Gazette was signed by the Governor on tho 4th inst., and is now a law. It makes a few _changes in the arrangement of the tickets for " City Officers" and " Ward Officers" to be voted for at the Spring elections, and provides that al I elec tions hold in this city shall be kept open until 8 o'clock, P. M. The polls Will therefore close next Friday at 8 o'clock, instead ol" 7 P. M. _tS_^ Reading Columbia Railroad.— This road is now open from Columbia to LitU, for the transportation of passengers and merchandize. On Monday last, train* commenced running dally between the two points, at the following hours: Leave Columbia, ... 8.20 a. h. Arrive at Litiz, • - . 9.60 " Leave LiUz, .... 4,fiO p. jf, Arrive _tt Columbia, • » . _e.20 •• ••* — g&SvDDss Death.—Mr. John Fasig, aged abo...

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

STATE CONVENTION The Democratic State Central Committee ol Pennsylva nia, some months since met in Beading and fixed the time for holding the next State Convention at _Harrisburg on the 17th of June, to nominate a candidate for Governor and Judge of the Supreme Court. Subsequently some of the members of the Committee who were not in attendance at Beading, requested the Chairman to call the Committee together again for the purpose of reconsidering the former action. The Committee met on Saturday evening last, at the Merchants' Hotel, in Philadelphia, twenty-seven members being present, and after a full discua-Bion of the subject and interchange of sentiment, the motion to change the day was voted down. The day or iginally fixed, upon, therefore remains, which is Wednesday, the 17th of June. This gives four months for the campaign, which in the present unsettled condition of the country, Is ample time for a vigorous canvass. The Democracy will go into the contest with a determin...

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

SUBVIVOBS OP THE _RlSFOBM COSVENTIOK OI 1837-38.—iHTJSMSTnia Rb-Uhioit. —On the 21sl of February, a meeting of the surviving memhere of the Convention which framed the amended Constitution of Pennsylvania, which commenced its sittings at Harrisburg May 2, 1837, and adjourned February 22, 1838, was held in the Musical Fund Hall, Philadelphia. A quarter of a century has passed since that Convention clo8edita labors. It contained 133 members. Only 48 now survive. Hon. Joseph R. Chandler was elected President of the late re-union, and it was resolved to bold a re-union annually hereafter. The delegates to the Convention from Berks county, were John Bitter, George M. Keim, William High, Mark Darrah and James Donagan; Daly one of whom (Dr. Donagan) .is now living. a_9»BA<u are going back to their old value, bit paper makers still hold on to high prioes for paper.

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

€i!n &U:iu_*_. BQT" The Union _Pbatkb Merting will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, in the First Presbyterian Church, South Fifth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to attend. I®* First of April Changes.—Those of our subscribers who Intend to change their places of residence on or about the first of April, are requested to give as timely notice of the same, in order that their papers may be forwarded or delivered to thorn at their new _residence*. They should always be careful to state the place//Am, as well as the place to which they remove Early attention to this matter, will save trouble, and insure the prompt receipt of the paper by _subscribers la town or country. t fjg" Coin furnished to the State.—Of the $l,003,31S 12 furnished the State Treasurer in coin, by the Banks of this Commonwealth, for the payment of the interest on the public debt, under the Act of January 30th, 1863, the Farmers' Bank of Beading gave $15,000; the Union Bank...

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

Interesting Legal Opinion.—At a recent term of the Court of Montgomery county, in the cast of Breitenbach vs. Bash, Judge Chapman deoid< ed that the law staying civil process against soldiers was unconstitutional. The case was carried to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and on Thursday last, at Philadelphia, an opinion was given reversing the decision of the Court of Montgomery county, thereby affirming the constitutionality of the law. The stay law was enacted on the 18th day of April, 1801. The 4th Section, the constitutionality of which was in _question, reads as follows .-" No civil process shall issue or be entered against any person mustered into the service of this State or of the United States, during the term for which he shall be engaged in such service, nor until thirty day9 after he shall have been _discharged therefrom: Prooided, that the _Dperation of all statutes of limitation shall be suspended upon all claims against _s _' uch persons luring such term...

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

NEW-HAMPSHIRE The Granite State has gone against the Administration, notwithstanding the strenuous efforts that were made to carry it. Ira A. Eastman, the Democratic candidate for Governor, has a plurality of nearly 3,500 over Joseph E. Qilmore, Abolitionist, and if he has failed of an election by the people, it is only because some 4,300 votes were thrown away upon Col. Walter Hawim&n, a so-called « War Democrat," For Congress, Daniel Maroy, Democrat, is certainly elected in the 1st District, which is a gain, and the vote is so close in the 2d, that the official _sount is required to decide.. The 3d District jlects an Abolitionist. Well d >ne, New-Hampshire! The great reaction is "marching along."

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

EXCELSIOR HAMS, AT _» m, _m PEOfJOCKS, March 14] 40 South Fifth Street. _THRESH RICE FLOUR, AT '" March 14] <Q South Fifth _w _^_- T)EEP TONGUES—FRESH SUGAR CUBED -V..Kn ??ie8 :for8ale at PE".COCKS, March 14] 40Sonth Fifth Street. _THRESH CAN TOMATOES—FOR SALB AT V. „ pEoeocK'S, March 14] % _^ _^ 40 South Fifth _Strest. ¦_jl/_TESS_, MESS, MESS_^ACKEREL, A? 111 ' • • _r PEOCOCH 'S, MarchM 40 South Fifth Street. _TTONEV, _HONJSr.-FOR SAMS AT _Maren HI PBOCOCE'B, *"c "H * 40 Bonth Fifth Strut.

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

MOURNING GOODS. WB BAVS NOW OPEN BLACK BOMBAZINE. Double width all-wool Db LAINB. Single width do do BLACK COBUBG I* yards wide. BLACK LUSTRE at all p. Ices. MOURNING ALPACAS. BLACK 8ILK CHALLI. 6_«.ACJf AlitA CLOTaS. BLACK CRAPE VEILS. MOURNWd COLLARS. MOURNING GLOVES & HANDKERCHIEFS. SECOND MOURNING _GOODd. ate rise, and will be gold at nearly the _OM Prices. _KliIflfE &. £PPIHIIHKR, March 14-1] io Bast Penn Square.

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

I MEW ADYERTlSEMEgTS. DEMOCRATIC CITY CLUB. 1 A Special Meeting of the T CLUB WILL BG HELD This (Saturday) Evening, at 7i Oelopk , AT EBEN'S HAX.X.. ' 19-DEMOCRATS, ATTEND! -©a By order of tbe President. WHARTON MORRIS, ) r_.f-rio_. March 14-lt] EDWARD H. SHBABEK, \ _tecr«_arles.

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

m&ztl % $ an& _Umorral BEADING, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH It, 1S03. Hail ! brightest banner that floats on the gale! Slag of the country of Washington , hail! Red are thy stripes with the blood of the brave, Bright are thy stars as the _tfon on the wave; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on thee!

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

«?"Nkw I> Ost Routk.—At the inslar.ee of tho Hon. S. E. Ancona , a new section was inserted In the Post Office bill passed by the late _CongreBa, Bat»wiablns a new Post Bonte from _Reading to Womelodorf, yia Ad dams's Tavern, the Dry Tavern, Brownsville and Klopp'_s Store, to be served with a trj-weekly mall. This ronte traverses a portion of onr county that has hitherto been without mail facilities , and as soon as the necessary Post Offices are established, will be a great _convenience to the inhabitants. The appointment of the Port OffleeB belongs lo the Postmaster General.

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

«• The Attention of Farmers and Gardeners is directed to the advertisement of Allen & _Needlos, In another column_. Their Super-Phosphate of Lime Is acknowledged to be out of the best fertilizers now In the market. This firm Is well known for the superiority of all the fertilizing _material it keeps for sale, and farmers who make their purchases from it, can rely upon getting a good article. _£_&• Miu_._iuERy _Atii> Straw Goods now opening at H. Ward's Store, Philadelphia. Head advertisement.

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

Repoktbd Unioh Victobt on the Yazoo Rivee.—The Cincinnati Gazette of yesterday (13th) publishes a report from Memphis, that Gen. Grant has captured Yazoo City, together with 7,000 prisoners and eight transports. No particulars are given.

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

SHERIFF'S _SALES OF HEAL ESTATE. L>V VIRTUE OK SUNDRY W'._liTSUF LEVA-> ri F'leuixVmi'titiimi E.*j>ona.\; aud 1-hi-i Fmd_._is, issued outof the Court of Common Plens of Berks county, and to me duectod, will be sold at public vendue or out-cry: On Moti_.Uy, the 23rd day of Match, A. D., _WS_, flt 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public bouse of Henry n. _Heroliitrc_, (Pi'ivudtwn,) Kuecombmauor _township. liilkH MciMi uty, to wit: A certain two-story S ONK HOUSR wiih ' basement, one story Stone Kitchen attached, Frame Stable, 1_'iiinp nf Water, and a lot or piece of groundsituate iu Uu_^conibinanor township, Berks county, bounded by binds of Martin Angstadt, Dr. Charles _Weaver, Abraham Weiu.ul, und a _public road ; _conUiuiog '_£ acres ttuil Wi perches, more or logs. Sold as the property of KI'MAH _BROWW. On Tuesday, (lie 2-lth day of _Mnrch, A I)., _iMJS, st 1 o'clock, 1'. M., at tlio public bouse or Joseph liilsitiKer, in DutiKlaw_* town*_liij>, Burks comi...

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

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. _Hakeisbukq, Thursday, March 5. Senate—Mr. Clynier presented a petition from one hundred aud fifty-three citizeus oi Bethel township, Berks county, for Ihe passage Of an act prohibiting _Eegroes »nd _niulattoes from entering this State. Also, a petition from many citizens, male and female, of Chester county, lor a National Convention. A couimunicaiioii was received from the State Treasurer, in reply to a resolution of inquiry relative to the amount of Coin received from the Banks, under the Act of January 30, 1863, for the payment of the interest on the State debt. The Treasurer reports that $1,008,318 12 was furnished to the State by the Ltouks, including all under special Charter*, except i-ix, viz; Farmers' uml Drovers' Bank, Waynesburg; Southwark Bank, Philadelphia; _Monoognhela Bank, Brownsville: Dank of I>c_«vev County, Bank of Fayette County and Bank of Pittsburgh. The first named has signified its acceptance of the act, but has not yet ...

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

For the Reading Gazette and Democrat. Reading, March 4, 18G3. Mr. Getz:—In vain did 1 look through the Journal of last Saturday for a reply to my very plain questions. True, it contained a very lengthy article headed: "A Copperhead Answered," but, as you will perceive, it is no reply to my questions. The editor commences with, what w« us«d to say when we were boys, ' calling names"—declaring that, "by my own confession I am a Copperhead" or sympathizer with the Rebels, and endeavor to justify myself and uiy party friends by the assumption that he, as editor of the Journal during the Mexican War was a, "Copperhead" also, and gave "aid and comforl to the enemy." Then he goes on to contrast the Mexican with the present war; that u was a war by a powerful nation upon a weak sister Republic, and that at no time during the war was the Government_, of the United States in. jeopardy &c; and after vauntingly declaring, that he _ia "proud to be able to state, that the Journal, of ...

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

4 DEFEATINTENNESSEE. OTJB. FORCES BADLY CUT 10 PIECES. THE REBELS IN OVERPOWERING FORCE. Des perate Resistance _fcy our Troops. Nabhvillb_, Friday, March 6, 1863. There was fighting all day yesterday between Van Dora's command and a Union force of three _Kegitiieh _19 of infantry, about 500 cavalry, and ' ne battery, at Spriagville, 13 miles south of Franklin. Col. Coburn's three Regiment^' of •_aiautry were cut to pieces or captured by the _Kebol forces. They fought desperately, but the _amaiuuition became exhausted; and the Union t'uops, overpowered by superior numbers, were rifiis-T billed or captured. The cavalry and artillery got off safely. No reinforcement from G_*n- Gilbert at Franklin reached the scene of action. There were seven Regiments of Union troop* at (hat place. Van l>orn is reported to hare 18,000 men under his command. Further details of the fight at Franklin jester da? have been received. Five Regiments of inlaairy, and one battery of the 18ih Ohio, ...

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