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

PUBLISHED BYEBT _SATURDAY MORNING. n*y Vortft-Wwt corner _qT Fenn and F(rt» *rreef, a* _J joining the Former? Bart: tfRtuding. TERMS OF _STJBSCKIFTIOS. Si _SOn vear, paya ble in wixnnce. I 00 for six months, in advance. -team : Fourcopiwfor $5,In advance. Ten copies for IX, *• _ . pg-AUpapers _discontinued at the expiration of the time pnid for. BATES OF ADYBBTISIHO JS THB _OAZBTTB. It, 3t. ln»o. 3mo. 8nl6- ly. . ^»» _^r_' _-_^Ii 15 & Is S i :: _k« 55 58 8 & £5 $8 [Larger Advertisement* In proportion.] _enentor«' and _AdmiBlrtratoTB4 Notices, 8 _loeaHloas »2.00 '_" crMarriage notices 23 _ca»t8 each. Deaths will be 1>U ^\?_iC_£ar7_&«ce8 . He_^_taHoiu, of _BwMd and ,,_w_1_MvaU Associations, Will *« charged for, as adverii-_«uenU. at the above rate*. _^ Adverd_^_mimte for HeligioM. Charitable and Kdaciiional objects, one-half th_«a»)O_»e rates. __ _«- All advertising will be considered parable in cash, "V_^ad_^rU_^s shall have the _prlvileue (If desired...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATK WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia. riittf.3 ESTABLISHMENT OPFKBS GREAT I inducements, not only ou account of reduced rates of board, but bom ita central location to the avenues of trade, as veil u the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger Railways running past and contiguous to it, by which guests can _pnxn to and from tbe Hotel, should they be preferred to the regular Omnibus connected with the Bouse. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my guests. 4_ST Temu,,*l »5*«-*»„. 8IE6RI8T >p_,^^,. Formerly frgm K»gle Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. V. V. Rnoitw. Clerk. [march 16-if LAUER'S BREWER? READING, PA. rflHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to I the publie that lie has recently enlarged his BKKWEBx to a considerable extentand introduced steam-power, and is now ready to supply all demands for SUPSKZOR _aSALT Z.ZQUOZLS, For home and distant consumption. His stock of Halt Liquors, warranted to b...

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

THE RIGHT TO SPEAK "It is the ancient and undoubted prerogative of this people to canvass public measures and the merits of public men. It is a 'home-bred right," a fireside privilege. It hath ever been enjoyed in every house, cottage and cabin in the nation. It is not to be drawn into controversy. It is as undoubted as the ri ght of breathing the air or walking on the earth. Belonging to the private life as a right, it belongs to public life as a duty, and it is the last duty which those whose representative I am shall find me to abandon. Aiming at all times to be courteous and temperate in its use, except when the right itself is questioned, I shall place myself on the extreme boundary of my right, and bid defiance to any arm that would move me from my ground. " The high constitutional privilege I shall defend and exercise, within this house, and in all places; in time of peace, and at all times. Living I shall assert it; and should I leave no other inheritance to my child...

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

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JE WELEK_, AHD DBALSB IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, S POONS, SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &c, < Sin of the " BIO WATCH," No. 93* Ea Penn Street, above Sixth, north ride, Beading, Pa. 49_>_Kv_«ry article warranted to be what it is sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac., repaired with particular attention, and guaranteed. _[febl-tf NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL BE PAID ON GOXaD_, OX_£D _SZXiVIBXl —AND—X» _^.Z_% :_^-A._TSTBC _JSTOTESm AT THB EXCHANGE AND BABKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, READING-, Pa. August 10,1861-tfJ JUST RECEIVED, 0(U\_Ci FLOWER P0T8, AT THE OLD JAIL. _<C\J\J\J t*-tf WJL BHOAPSL Jr.

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

Poland.—Those of our Statesmen who art constantly preaohing up _tubjuoation as the only means of putting down the rebellion can see in the history of Poland the result of that _speoies of warfare. Although nearly a oentury has elapsed sinoe that unfortunate country was subjugated and blotted out from the European map by Russia, Austria and Prussia eaoh taking a slice of her territory, the ashes of revolution are constantly smouldering and frequently break out in fierce flames. At this very moment aJHtbellion is raging in that ill-fated land, that rejHKi all the power of tbe Russian governmentJHHaell. Let us guard against having a PoUuuFon this Continent. Mi* The bmallbst Business this war has occasioned is the _speoulatiou ia nickel cents, Bat there is no business too small for soulless oentper oent creatures to engage in.

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

The Captain of 63' to his Men Come to the field, boys, ' come! Come at the call of the stirring drum-Come, boys, eome! Tonder's the Toe to onr country's fame, Waiting to blot out her very name—Where is tbe man that wonld see her shame ? Come, boys, come 1 Form, my brave men, form ! Stand in order to " meet the storm"—Form, men, form! Sacred to us is our native land! Shrivelled for aye be each traitor hand Lifted to shatter so bright a band-Form, men, form! Charge, my soldiers, charge! From tbe ' eteep hill to the river's marge, Charge! charge ! charge ! Think of our wives and mothers dear; Think of tbe _bopeB that have led us here; Think of the hearts that will give us cheer-Charge, boys, charge t Die with me, boys, die! There's a place for all in yon bannered sky, If we die, boys, die ! Think of the names that are shining bright, 'Written in letters of living light! Rather than give np tbe sacred Tight, Let's die, boys, die!

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

Libei. Prosecution Withdrawn —The prose cution instituted by Col. Owen Jones, late oommander of one of the Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiments, against the publishers of the Buck County Intelligencer, for libel, and which was to have been tried before the Montgomery County Court last week, was withdrawn, the defendant! having made a voluntary and unqualified retraction of tbe libellous accusation against Colonel Jones, which consisted in the publication of an article charging him with being engaged in an " underground" mail arrangement fur forwarding letters to persons in the rebel States. Of course, there never was a word of truth in this story. Like many others of a similar charaeter against prominent Democrats, it originated only in political animosity.

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

FRENCH'S HOTEL, OH THE EUROPEAN _PXiAN CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day City Ball Square, corner Frankfort St., ( Opposite Citt Hall.) MEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN the spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Rooms attached to the Hotel. MO" Beware of RUNNEBS and HACKMEN who say we are full. Jan 17-lyl R. FRENCH. Proprietor.

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

IS* Joseph J. Lewis, Esq., of West Chester , has been appointed by the President to be Commissioner of Internal Revenue for the United States, in the place of Governor Boutwell, who has been elected to Congress from his district in Massachusetts.

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

t&_~ "JtrET," said an Arkansas Judge, "yon kin go oat and find a verdict. If you can't find one of your own, get the one the last jury used." They returned a verdict of suicide in the ninth degree. »«¦»!

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

WSrA- cotbmpoeakt inquires u tbe young ladies of the present day are fitted for wives. Wo think it a much more important question whether they are fitted for husbands.

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

UNION " LEAGUES Between two and three years ago, on almost every pleasant evening, processions of men in oil clolh capes, and eap9, and bearing lanterns, might have been seen parading up and down the streets of our Northern cities and villages. They generally bore banners of "strange device," which have probably long since been consigned to the darkest and most secret receptacles that could be found for them. Could they again be brought to the light of day they would be Been to bear inscriptions indicative of anything but an affection for the whole country or regard for the Union. On the contrary one-half of our native land was alluded to in terms of the bitterest invective and hatred, and as for the Union, in the classic language of au eminent Republican Dersonaec. we were bidden "to let it slide." Those who had the temerity to confess a love for the Union and respect for the Constitution came in also for their share of invective, and figured upon the banners as dough-faces...

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

aW ~ Death of an Old Citizen.—Mr. John AUgaief, who died last Sunday, in the 79th year of his age, wan one of our oldest inhabitants. He was born in R9ft d leg shortly after the War of the Revolution, and resided here dnring his whole life. He was brought up to the mercantile _profession, and for some years, in co-partnership with George Feather, Esq., carried on business at the corner of Sixth and Penn street, now Heizmann's. He afterwards went into business alone, la East Market square, on the site of the brown-stone dwelling erected a few years ago by Maj. Geo. M. Lauman, where he remained until his retiremont. He always maintained the highest character for honest and upright dealing, and contributed liberally, in proportion to his means, to the _varions benevolent, charitable and business enterprises (hat were from time to time undertaken for the welfare 0/ oar town. He was respected by all who knew him, and greatly esteemed by those who were associated with him in the clo...

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

Gall for a National Convention—Democratic Resolutions. _Harkisbuuo, March 18. Numerous petitions have been presented to the Pennsylvania Legislature during the present session in favor of a National Convention to ad just our difficulties. The Democratic members of the Senate and House held a caucus, and last night agreed upon resolutions to be presented on the subject to the Senate, by Hon. Mr. Lamberton, and to the House by Mr. Pershing, chairman of the Committee on Federal Relations. The House, being Democratic, will pass them; but there is no likelihood that they will pass the Senate. The following is a copy of the resolu- TVhereas, Angry sectional controversy, long indulged, has culminated in the assumed secession of a number of States of the Union, and a civil war, which has already raged for nearly two years with usurpassed violence and carnage, wasting the lives and substance of the people of both sections, and filling the land with misery and lamentations: and whereas, a...

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

_GEHBRiL CITY TICKET. - !_Te « M t f * f : * * P CANDIDATES. i _^ c - £ 3 S, _i* _^ w ¦ 1 _t 1 i t • & p. f* a. Mayor: Josephs. Uoyer_,(D.) _» 244 209 343 464 552 1512 David HcKnUht, (R.) 252 327 2o7 173 250 1269 Treasurer : Wm. _Heidanrelch (D.)» 241 221 341 438 2.12 1513 John Heller, (B.) 249 305 261 180 248 1249 Auditor ; Henry Kerper, (D.)* 247 217 340 • 4_SC 2« l«07 AbnerK.Slanffer, (R) 250 317 265 182 235 1269 Alderman, IS Ward) Matthias Meogel, (l>.) 249 232 329 810 Peter Cleaver, (K.)» 247 311 279 837 Constables : Wood M. Schwartz, D.* 234 229 331 432 223 144S Junes Scheidy, (D.)» 214 108 31S 374 181 1282 Joseph Deysher, (E.) 264 270 276 182 189 1181 Frederick Setley, (R.) 232 251 251 157 162 10S3 B. F. _Ermentront, (I) 21 92 43 10_S 170 432 WARD TICKETS F1KBT (_SfKUGJS) WARD. DEMOCRATIC TICKbT. | KEPUBLICAN TICKET. Common Council: ) Common Council: Red mood _McManus_,* 256 Amos II. Deysher,* 268 Philip Albright, 251 George W. Armstrong, 2il Daniel Lansc...

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

POSTSCRIPT! THE CITT ELECTION. _GLORIOUS _^ DEMOCRATIC VICTORY! The " Copperheads" Whip the "Black Snakes." The Constitution aud Union Triumphant over Abolition Usurpation! A Democratic Mayor, Treasurer and Auditor. The Democratic Select Councilman and Eleven Democratic Common Councilman Elected ! Our city election, yesterday, malted in ft glorious Democratic victory. Notwithstanding the strenuous exertions that were made by the office-holders under the Administration at Washington, to cany the city in favor of their unconstitutional Abolition policy, the people have declared against It, and for " the Constitution ag it is. and the Union as it was 1" The weather was by no means favorable for "snakes"—the air was cold, and the sun shone feebly through the clouds that obscured the Bky; hut yet the "copperheads" came out in sufficient numbers to whip the ''black snakes " thoroughly. Below we give the complete _retnrns, which sum np briefly as follows: JoshphS. Hoyeb, (Dem.) Is el...

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

THE YAZOO PASS EXPEDITION. REBEL STEAMBOATS CAPTURED. Rumored Evacuation of Vicksburgr-Washington, March 17, 1863. A dispatch was received yesterday from Admiral Porter, dated before _Vicksburg on the 7th inst., slating tbat he had received the signal agreed upon between him and Commander Smith, of tbe Yazoo expedition, to be fired aa soon as the latter officer entered the _Fazoo river, which signal was to be nine minute guns, and three guns afterwards in quick succession. A despatch from Vicksburg to Cincinnati yesterday,saye that the Yazoo Pass expedition has captured . twenty six steamboats, eighteen of which were destroyed. The gunboats hare arrived above Haines' Bluff and would socn commence the attack. Rumors were rife of the evacuation of Vicksburg, and it was supposed that the greater part of the rebel loroe would go to Chattanooga and endeavor to overwhelm General _Rosejcrans. General McClernand's troops were compelled to embark for Milliken'_s Bend, sixteen miles above V...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

gST" The Abolitionists, who are in a minority of some seven or eight thousand voters in New Hampshire, try to congratulate themselves that their condition is no worse. This ia like the consolation the culprit expressed when he examined the rope on the gallows, declaring the cord was not a very big one, after all. Thrown into a minority which will diminish until it is merged in some new ism, the Radicals see they have received their fatal wound in New Hampshire, and that her vote will as surely be registered for the Democratic candidate for the next Presidency as shehaa an opportunity to cast it. •• That's what's the matter." Wilmot Pkovided Foe.—The people of Pennsylvania having repudiated Senator Dave Wilmot, and laid him on the shelf, the President has provided fdr him by appointing him Judge of the Court of Claims—salary $4,000 per annum! Wilmot used his best efforts to involve the country in a civil war, and is doing all he can to continue the war and ruin the country. There...

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

_FEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Estate of James S Bickley, late of Reading, Berks county, deceased. _TVTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN. THAT LETj__l terg Testamentary npon said Estate have been granted to the subscriber, resident in said City of Reading, and he requests all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of said James 8. Bickley, deceased, to make known the same to him without delay; and all persons Indebted to said _Estate, are requested to make payment to the gubBoriher. March 21-6_i _» ] AMOS B. _WANNER Executor. Estate of Theodore Lauber, late of Cumru township, Berks county, deceased. _XTOTICfc! IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET \ TEES of Administration to the Estate of Theodore Lanber, late of Camra township. Berks county, deceased_, have been granted to the subscriber* All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make payment without delay, and all having claims against tbe same, will present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. F&NNY LAUBER, Camru. &...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

_mu muu* B$_tT Tub U«ion Praykb. Meeting will _beaeia to-morrow (_SanJay) afternoon, In St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Franklin street, above Fifth, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to attend. M&" Communion.— The ltev. A. L. Herman wiil administer the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper tomorrow (Sunday), March 22d, at 10 O'clock, A. M., in St. Paul's Church, Windsor township. _gg^» Rev. A. E. Tortat will-preach a funeral Sermon on the decease of Martha A. Lawrence, this (Saturday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, ia St. Barnabas (Bpiscopal) Church, Sixth etreet, near Btngaman, for the benefit o_( her young fi lends and schoolmates at the High School, and the two Sunday Schools with which she was connected. They are all invited to attemd. I®" Methodist _Cohfbrbncb.—The Philadelphia Annual Conference of the Methodist Eplsoopal Church is now tn session at West Chester. This is the year for changing the stations of the Ministers wlthtn the bounds of the Conference. ...

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