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

jETTEK FKOM HON. WM. H0rKl«» The Hon. William Hopkins, of Washington county, has made public ihe following letter, announcing his determination not to bo a candidate for the nomination for Governor, before the next Democratic State Convention. Having thus divested himself of all personal interest in the choice of a candidate, ho _iakea the liberty of presenting his views as to the character and qualifications which should * be possessed by the nominee of the party for that high and responsible office, lie docs this with modesty, &ud yet in a clear and forcible m.inuer that will at once impress the reader with its sincerity and truth. Mr. Hopkins's estimate of the kind of man that should be honored with the Democratic nomination, id a high _cng, but by no niCilU? too high, even in ordinary limes, much leas in tlme9 like these. It will be approved by every Irue friend of the State and Nation, and the earnest prayer of all such will be, that the choice of the Convention m...

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

CONSCIENTIOUS EXEMPTS. We are Indebted to Hon. _Obarleg A. Kline, of the State Legislature, for the following; list of persons in Berks county, who claimed and were allowed exemption from the late Militia draft, on tbe plea of " conscientious serapies " against _bearing arms: Names. Residence, Jossph P. Bailer, Wot Riven, John a. Bflclitel, Do. Jacob B. Bechtel, Do. Henry Bowman, Do. Peter Bowman, Do. William h. Bailey, Do. Daniel _Bixlcr, Do. Benjamin _Bosxter, Oley. Benjamin K. _Baike_*, Trappe. Montgomery _ooanty_, Benjamin 13»l»bough, NoljjWen. David Byler, Do. Simon Bellman, Do. John _Cronse, Do. Henry Cleinmer, Hereford. Henry G. _Khot, Washington. William FiBber, Bern. _Perdval Fnntz_, Hnrion. Samuel (fettle, Not Riven. Samuel E. _Grixcom, Do. Chrifitisn _Gehman, Brecknock. John Oehman. Do. John HerUlor, Sot given. Peter Hoffman, Do. Jacob Heffer, Bern. John _Haasc, Hot given. Abraham Kurtz, Do. Lev! Kurtz, Bobeson. Gabriel Keoning, _Mahlenbarg. John _Keany, Hot given. Ii...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _JXVTJLVtl J8 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT _, of Solomon _Filter, _Asalgoee of Elijah Delong and Wife s been filed _<n tha _Pruthnnof ary' _x _otBce of Berks _coanty, and tbat the same will be allowed and confirmed, on Monday, the 13th day of April next, nnleBH canse be shown to tbe contrary, March 23-3t] A. W. KAUPFMAW, Prothonotary. NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT of Abraham H. _Vandsrsllce. Esq., _Ai_^_lgoee of William _illiamv, of Heading, has been Bled in the Protbonotary's office of Berks couDty, and that tbe _rame will he allowed and confirmed, on Monday, tbe 13th day of April next, nnlesB caufte be shown to tbe contrary. March 28-3 ] A. W. KAUFFMAN, Prothonotary. NOTICE _JS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT A of Andrew Enrr and David P. Lercn, Committee of cob King, a Lunatic, has been filed in the Prothonotary'_s office of Berks county, _aod that the same will be allowed and confirmed, on Monday, the 4th day of May, 1863, onleog caus...

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

Public Sale of Valuable City Property. rpHE JUNDERSIGNBD WILL SELL AT PUB X LtC SALB, at tbe public _hous« of Feather & Reifsnyder, (Keystone) in the City of Reading, on Saturday, tbe 11th day of April, 1863, at 1 o'clock in the af'ernoon: All egttthat desirable two-story plastered STONB HOUSE _lijajwi h large three-story double hack _butlriingx and lot _MSm. or ground, owned by Philip K »nd Howard L Mtlier, Biiuateon _tli* *6uih side of Wont FfinD _Stiuarei _betuw Fifth street, and adjoining on the East the Union Bank Bnltding. in the City of Reading. Tbe property is In the very heart of tbe business part of tbis city and known as an old _bnRinens stand. It _mny be bonght at private Kale if application Is made before tbe lltlt day of April next. For conditions of sale aud particular* apply to DAVID McKVrGHT. lUr«h 28-St] Court _ftUWt_, Heading, Pa. Dwelling- Honso For Sale. WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY, THE 28th day of March, 13G3, at 1 o'clock in tho afternoon, at the Keys...

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

1_^- Tub lTit Pbsna. _KKoimbst, — TlilB Regiment is still encamped on Helena Island, in tbe harbor of Beaufort, S. C. A letter from Col. Davis, to the Doylootown Democrat, dated 10th inst., says: " Tbe 104th -continues to enjoy the good health with Which the Regiment has been l>les«ed _fciuee it entered the service. Oo tb« _liwt day of February there were but nine on the sick Met, and eleven oil _tUu first or March, in an aggregate of nearly six hundred. Since we reached these waters, a month ago, two men have died, Marlin of Company C. and MauUbury of Company A, and one is now in Hospital at Hilton Head Wo have just received informatiou that Assistant Surgeon _Cadwaliader has been promoted to Surgeon, and sent to tho 169th ICegiment Penna. Militia. ThU leaves the llHlb without any Assistant Surgeon. It in tn be hnDftd tbat the Governor will flll tbese vacancies with as little delay as possible. Today the _Kegiraent wan Inspected by the Inspector General of tbe Department...

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

THE SPRING ELECTIONS The Democracy of Pennsylvania have reason to be proud of their achievements throughout the State on the 20th. The charter elections, held upon that day, exhibit _results which clearly indicate the rapidly growing strength of the Democratic canse. The returns received so far, show the following gratifying result: In the borough of York the Democrats elected David Small, Esq., editor or the York Gazette, Chief Burgess, by a majority of 109. A High Constable and a majority of the Coancilmea were also chosen by the Democrats. This is the third time in forty-five years that the Democrats carried the borough ; and the Democratic gain since last October, is nearly & hundred. In Harrisburg, the Democracy had a severe contest, but succeeded in electing Gen. A. L. Boumfort, Mayor, by 58 majority, and carried ewry ward in the city but one. In Carlisle, the Democrats elected the Chief Burgess, & majority of Council and other borough officers, by an ave...

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

ft..T-1800-Z. DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. They purify, strengthen and Invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. Th«jr u« an antidote to _chanve of water and diet, They overcome effects of dissipation and l*te hour*. They strengthen the _eystem and enliven Ihe mtod. They prevent mia»matio and intermittent fever». They pnrifv the breath and acidity or the stomach. They care D._tspepal* and Constipation. Tbey core Di arrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morton. Tbey cure Liver Complaint and _Nervon* Headache. They _iw the fcert _Btitera In the world. They nuke tb« weak mVo _strong, and are _esthaaued _natare'§ vrnt re_> £°T ?T ; _~ _h ey aM mBd *of P°M8t - Ctoix Bnln ' the celebrated _Caltaaya Bark, roott and herb*, and are taken wllU the pleasure of a bevt rage, without regard to age or time of day. Particnlarljr recommended to delicate _perwnit reqnlring a gentle ._Hmalant. Sold by all Grown., Drnir-KlHta_, Hotel* and Saloon*. P. H. Drake * Co., 802 Broadway, Mew-Tork. [March Sg-2 ...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OPENING- OF Spring Dress Goods. WE HAVJE NOW OPEN A'LARGE STOCK OP SiLKS, • _nillll. _DIB138 dMXDIDS _9 DE LAIME8. si ncac jm_~ ~_mM_/ je_^ ss 9 KXB aLOVES, And all kinds of Goods for the SPRING TRADE, to which we would call the attention of our cuttomers and the public generally. i«i— ¦ ¦ I, .-* KLINE & EPPIHIMER, No. 10 BAST FENS SQUARE, READING, PA. March 23. 1SB3.

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

GEAND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL , M0_NDAYJAND TUESDAY EVENINGS, March 30th and 31st. _TI_/ _TISS KATE FISHER, THE BEAUTIFUL _lvf and Brilliant Comedienne, and Mr. OHA1VF&A1T, The great American Comedian, wilt give two of tbeir popu_'ar and pleasing Dramatic entertainments in this city. The Monday evening's entertainment wlllcommence with the laughable STAGE-STRUCK BARBER. Jeremiah Chip, MR. CHANFRiU_, (with hU great imitation of the mo«t _diitingnigbad Actors, Scenes and Character! from the celebrated Comedy, UUit AMKK1UAN COUSIN. tord Dundreary, - - MR. CHAKFRATJ Brother 8am, • - - KR. _CHANFKAU. Jane Chatterley (with song), • HISS KATE FI3HEU. To be followed by THE TOODLES, Timothy Toodles, • - MR. CHAHFRATJ. Mrs. Tabltha Toodles, - - MISS EATK FISHSR. To conclude with the Protean Comedietta entitled THE SEVEN STAR _KISTKRS. Kate (a _discharged chamber maid for baying too much acting on the brain), - MISS KATB USHER. JUadm'lle La Porte, (with La Mars...

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

WYNKOOP'B ICELAND PECTORAL Diseases of the ThroatChe»t and _TtttmoBary organs, sw ever prevalent, Insidious and dangerou_*. The propertl_" of a medicine U_> alleviate, cure and oprnot these coin-Pltints, mn_«t be Expectorant, Anodyne and _Invigorate, loosening _themucos of the throat, aad Imparting tune ¦<> the entire system. No _discovery ltt madlcal _icleucrf er«r _maaterad (bin clitH otiltn-m like pr, _^rnkoopV _ica '_aod _Psetonl. Itlnnwd with tbe moat amoBiSning"-_*_'_^111 •II eases of Bronchitis, Influenza, Whooping Couth. l>fl_<- theria or putrid Sore Throat, _Anthma Cronp, OouKha. CoM', Nervou- (rriubllity, *c. The Rev. J. J. Potter, certified , •• tbat I bavo owd _»r-Wynkoop'a Poetoral for several years, myself and "_* family, _f..r severe Pulmonary CompUinta. _aud b*re n_>_- _oomiueaded Utumny others end _Imve "«v>»r "'""" 6VM " Jlef. J. J rotter, Brooklyn, M. VHundreds and thousands of important U_4ira:>nlsl« _«nol...

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

FIRST OF APRIL. This general settling day is close at hand, ana •we, with many Others, must prepare td meet it. All persons indebted to us, therefore, whether for subscriptions, advertising or job printing, will eonfer a special favor by paying up promptly before tlw first of April, so that we may be enabled to pay the demands that will be mado upon us. We are thankful to those who have settled their accounts daring the winter. But there is yet a l&f« number in arrears; and we _ngflr ap peal to them not to let the first of April pas9 without paying np. The paper we print upon is still _sa exorbitant in price as it was two months »go, 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 subscriber!?, and cash for advertising and j...

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

SPRING GOODS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF SILKS, DE _Xe_^LZZia-XS », ENGUSH CHALUES , BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCAS, BLACK WOOL De LAINES, Black Bombazines, BLACK COBURGS, And all kinds of SPRING GOODS, to which the attention of buveri ie respectfully invited. JUUSS 8. rJSAKSON & CO., Wo. 18 West Venn Square, March 28] READING.

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

AFFSAIi DAYS. _T_^OTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE 1 1 Appeal Dftji for th« «evenl W»rd_«, _Borooghi sad TownnhtpB, in the County of Berk*, for the year 1863 Will be held In tbe Commissioner*' Office, at _Heading aa _followi; Bethel. April 13 Allftee, Aprils Upper TuIpehoccoD, do 13 _Mnhleaberg, do 20 _Talpehoccon_, do IS _OoteUnnee, do 20 Bern Upper , do 13 Maidencreek , do 20 Centre. •. do 14 _Iferry, do 21 Bernville, do 14 RxjltUnd, do 21 P«|JB. do 14 Longawgmp_, do tl _Jeffewon. do U Pike, do 21 _Heidelberg. North do 15 Hereford , do 22 Heidelberg, Lower do 15 _Plstrict_, do 2i Heidelberg, do IS Washington, do 22 Marion, do 15 Colebrookdale, do 22 _Hamburg, do 16 OIbt , do 2_i Windsor, • do 16 Earl, do 23 Albaay, do 16 DonirlM« , do 2.7 Greenwich, do is Amity, do 2f _Knucorabmanor, do 17 Union, do 21 Blchmond, do 17 _Bobewn, do -'4 _Kntztowa, do 17 _Tsrnarvon, do il Maxatawny, do 17 Brecknock, do 2S _Womelsdorf, do 18 Bern, do 2J Spring, do IS Exeter, do 23 Cntnru_, do IS Headi...

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

_aSf* _Fisst or Aphis Changes.—Those of our subscribers who Intend to change their _placOB of residence on or about the first of April, n,re requested to eive ns iime ' ly notice of the*araa. In order that their papers may De forwarded or delivered to them at their new residencea. They should always be careful to state the place from, as well as the place to which they remove. Early attention to this matter, will save trouble, and insure the prompt ¦receipt of tb « paper by subscribers in town or country. «•» — _|@~Nbw _Cnuitcn _Obgajj.—-The congregation of St. John's _Lntnaru Chnrch have purchased a large and powerful Organ, which was built just before the breaking oat of the rebellion, for a Cbu*ch in Wilmington, North Carolina, by Mr. Knanff, of Philadelphia.. It ig ft Hpleo4i4 Instrument, and was obtained at a vary reasonable _prlco. The Organ is now being put up in the gallery of the Church' nnA vin I.a _iiudiMted on the First Suuday after Blister. _| y Rev. James H. fllcFA...

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

HEIMSTREErS INIMITABLE HAIR RE8T0KATIVE. IT IS NOT A DTE, Bat restores gray bair to Itx original color, oy lopplyln* the capillary tubes with natural sustenance, impaired by age or disease. All instautantoun dyes are composed of tuna* caustic, destroying tbe vitality and beauty of th« ?*• ¦ .?*. _* . * ffordof toemselves no dressing. Helm-trwi1 _* inimitable _CoUflft_^ 4«t _Aiity rWoMs hair to _lti _naiowl color by an easy process, bat gives the hair a Luxuriant Beauty, promotes its growth, prevents Us falling offeradicate* dandruffand imparts health and pleasantness to the head. It kas stood the test or time, being tbe original Hair Colorlnfi, *_id Is constantly _loeraMiog in favor, Vied by _fcota gentlemen aad lad let. It it told by all respectable dealers, or ean be procured by them or the commercial agent, ». 8: Barnes, 803 Broadway, H. Y. Two sizes, .10 cenu andfl. fMarch 28-6 mo

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

MONEY TO LOAN. APPLY TO JACOB C. SCnOENER, •ice-Court street. ^^l_^_T F. WESCHE, Manufacturer «f Iron _Ratllnea, Bell _Hanger aid l>_ocltaiufth, T THB OLD ANJ> WBLL-lfNOWS STAND, jtx. Court Alley, above Sixth street, near tbe Court House, Reading,i' a. «_S_* Keys made, and all sorts of repairing _donn at abort »<*H [March 23 6Mg " HERNIA. ~ HUE MOST DrSTKESSINa HUPTTJRES L C0RBD by my discovery. Call and be convinced. 49* Consultation Free. If. H. CLAY N. W. Corner of _Penn and Second. Streets, Rending, March 28-lino *] BerKB county. Pa. > ARrrE» WISHING TO SELL OR PUR X CHASE Real Estate, will do well to call upon JACOB C. 8_CUOBNBR _._ Commercial Broker Offlee-Conrt _strwt. [marsh m

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

JV~ " Tbs Aob"—the new Democratic Daily—maSe its appearance in Philadelphia «» Wednesday last, and came np fully to the expectations of the friends of the enterprise. It is handsomely printed, and vigorously edited in all the departments that constitute a live journal. We are glad to learn that its success is already as* sured_, and that it will be speedily enlarged to the full size of the first class daily newspapers of the time. Its publishers, Messrs. _Olossbrenner_, Grand and Welsh, combine all the requisite _qualificAtions of business tact, energy, and editorial ability, to make The Age not only a powerful Democratio organ, but a complete newspaper. the Democracy of Pennsylvania may congratulate tnemselvej upon haying, at last, ft daily paper in Philadelphia in all respects worthy of their most generous support.

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

fOT" XBS HBW Baits _uiJitDIRfl at _JfOUStOWD erected by the Bank of Pottstown, has been completed and is nearly ready for occupancy. The building is substantially built, commodiously arranged and presents a tasteful appearance. *****—. 'I.. _tfjf Thb Ninth Armt Coups, Gen. Burnside's old command, has gone West, to join the General in his new field of duty. The Ringgold Battery, Capt. Dnrell, is attached to this Corps. ««-! r. «•»»» Adjoubumsht of thb LxoifltATUHE.—Both Houses of the Legislature have agreed to*a resolution to adjourn finally on the 15ih of April. «»¦»« WS f Thk reu.n8ylra.sia, Abolition State Convention will assemble at Pittsburgh on the 1st of July, instead of the 15th, as previously reported.

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

_WSST Tub Borough asd Township _Elbctiosb thronuhoat Berk* county, on Friday _lwt, reiulted largely ln.fav.ir isf the _Deinocr«t«, wherever a poliical qnostiou was made. Iu _Hamburg, the Whole UeuinuiaUv ticket was elected, as n»mtn_»Ced, except the _Assessor, who was beaten by Iain at S. Smith, (_Itidependant liemonrtit)_, by a majority of j votes. 1 n Kuutown, also, the _wlolo Democratic ticket was ulected by majorities ranging from 30 to 65. In MaxaUwny township, there w»« quite a spirited contest fur the office of Justice of tbe t_'_eaoo, between Dku'alt 8. Kdtz, Democrat, and Joan Kbmp, Kep., although, the _Uglit was not strictly politic»l, W tamed more upon the _personal p _<palarity of the two _eand idate*. Mr. Kemp had greatly the advantage; _inasmuehias the election_* are held at hlH house, and he had served in the ollica for 20 years. Bat, notwithstanding tboso odd» _against him, Mr.Kutz came ;off the field victoriou?, -wltli a. mujority of .1. In _tVomelsdorf_, t...

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

TOW ADVERTISEMENTS ORFJUAIVS _tJUUKT SAUti PURSUANT TO AN (HiPKJi OF '1 HE OR. 1M1ANS' COURT of Bo;k» county, will be sold at nnbllc _veniiue, _u Saturday, tbe ISth day of April, A. D., g!i;!, (Utbapnblic house of Feather ft _ReHxuyner. (Kejlitoue) in the City Of Reading, BSid coonty: All H.0S8 _eartaill MHOUSE*" , one two-story Brick, and one one-story Frame Ho«*e and lot of ground, situate on theNorth-West coruer of Chestnut street and Carpenter alley, between Third and Fourth streets , in the Cily of Reading, containing in front 'M]4 feet, and in depth 110 foetmore or les-t, with tbe privilege or using the wall on the west side, in thB erection of a baildinjr, free from charge. The eaid Brlclt House being In good repairs, and tbe yard pvred with flag"—hydrant in the yard. Ute the property of Samuel Briner, _deceased. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when die attendance will be given, and tbe terms of sale made Kuowu by TUNIEL J. WERNBH,} „-!„- MARKS B. SCfJLL...

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