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

fgyNnws from thb 93r P. V.—Sergeant Allen Gilbert, of Company B, 03d Penna. Regiment, ia in town, on ten days1 furlough. We learn from him that the Colonel of the Regiment, John if. Mark, of Lebanon, ban resigned, on account of _elckiieee, and _gooe home. Capt. J. 8. Long, Who hUBltoeu acting Lieut. Colonel fey totta-time _ptst, is now In command. He has been with the Regiment nee its organization, and Is a popular and efficient officer. Private E. W. H. Stambach, of _Company B, has been appointed Sergeant Major of tbe 93d. Mr. Stambach has for along time past been acting in that capacity, and has _pUown himaelf to be active and zaatons In tbe _dischirge of bis duties—thereby meMtlng the appointment Which bag J ustly been bestowed upon him.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

Hew FUBMC&TION8.—We are indebted to Messrs. Strickland & Brother1 for Part XIII of Chambers_'s "Book of Days"—a Miscellany of English Antiquities, which cannot, be too highly recommended for its historical interest and value. The same firm have also sent us the April No. of " The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature," containing an admirable portrait of Lord Macaulay, and a number of choice selections from the current Foreign Periodicals, many of which _ora not within f.h« reach of American renders.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

Fokxior Pkibtiso Paper.—The New York Time* is importing 13,000 reams of news printing paper from Belgium. It will cost, with duty and exchange, about 15 cents a pound, which it is believed will soon be the ruling price of our paper manufacturers. Extensive preparations are making by some of the latter, in different parts of the country, for the use of the cheapest stocks, each as straw, wood, &c, and this will inevitably ttffimt tba _Tnnrket..

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

€_ifn _£Uaic. fQrEjiA.sUJeI. CUL'BCU, ILlMBBHO. —The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered In Emannel Church, Hamburg, to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at _ii o' clock. This evening, the ceremony of Confirmation, and other preparatory services, will taUo place. This Church will be open for religious servicosefery eveniug during tho c.iminff week.

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

T.Asn/_mrBR finnNTT.—The Democratic uonven boa of Lancaster county met on _weunesuay, ana appointed Hon. I. E. Hiester, Dr. H. Carpenter, Dr. J. EL Baob_, Richard McGrrann, H. S. Kerns, and B. T. Ryon delegates to the State Convention, with the unanimous instruction to support the claims of Hon. _Gkobqe Sahdbrson for Got-4a1»*tAi_»

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

_SSgT Mb. Edwabd Baubv, of Pottstown, has _pnrcbased an interest in tbe Iron Work_« _«f Messrs. Z. k Q. Brooke, at Birdsboro, and Will reside In Reading. The last Pottstown Ledger says: " Mr. Bailey has been President of the Council of tbe Boroni?h of Pottstown for the past four _yebra, and had still two yearn to serve. He has _beoo _S very efficient officer , as well as an _onterprising and public spirited citizen, and it is a matter or regret that lie U &hnnf. _tn foAVA aa."

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

xhk Pat of thb Armt.—It is stated that the Secretary of the Treasury has placed in the hands of the Paymaster General a sufficient amount of money to pay the entire army up the first of March. Sufficient has also been sent and reached its destination to pay the entire army of the \B*_mt

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

SATUKDAY, MAKCI1 ffl_* 1S03. H*n. ! brightest banner that Boats on the gaie, Flag of the country of Washington, hail! Bed are thy stripes with the blood of the brave_. Bright **8 thy stars as the snn on Hie wave; Wrapt la thy folds are the _nopes oftne free, Banner of _Washington! blessings on tbeel

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

_Mt» Tub Uuion _Canah.—The water has been 1st into tbe Union canal, and _navigation nas commenced on a portion of Eastern Division. Tbe whole of the Main line and Branch to FluneRan's Dam, are to be In complete n&Tigable orber on Of before tbs 1st day Of April, Mnch improvement la channel and works has been made on the Main Line daring tbe past winter, which wilt greatly facilitate th« _Tuunaire of heavy boats.

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

JOy* L.IRDT. IlERM._VS UANSEVOORT _HADCLIFF, ofthOlSthD. 8. Infantry, diod on Sunday la«t, at Nashville, Tennessee, in the 2<_Uli yen* nf his age. Iledpeiit several months in this city in th« _^.ly part or Io02_, on recruiting duty, aud was very nuccessfal. lie whs b grandson of the late Hon. Jacob Radclitf. of Now-York.

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

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS POOR HOUSE ACCOUNT. J AUOB CONRAD, STEWARD, IN ACCOUNT with the Directors of the Poor and House of Employment of the County of Berks for the year 1S62: EXPENDITURES, CK. Paid sundry persons for conveying paupers to tbe _l_'oor Bouse during the year, $106 10 Sundry expenses on business during the year, 63 76 Sending away paupers and gratuity, 20 63 l'ostage and box hire, . 7 64 Charles _Breneiser, segftrs and tobacco, 131 63 Reuben Mob?, on account for labor, 43 78 _Rubece* Mfchtmyar, far matehtw, 76 William Greaves, re-cutting files, 6 72 Filbert & Brother, dry goods, 9 72 Abraham Frv, on accoant superintending Hospital, 63 00 William Keely, expres&age on bags, fio Ezra. High, elder and _apyies, 8 60 Sweet potatoes, 2 00 Bucklox, 21 Michael WeUknecbt, castrating-plgs; 1 So Espouses in law _euit with the Overseers of the Poor of Franklin township, Carbon county, 31 77 Sundries, 21 Mr, Humphreysfish, 1 00 John Boilmnn, tailor work, 11 11 Jo...

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

$MtUtwb_®tmw*i _SATBKUAI, MABCH 23, 1863. _PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATDRE Habbisbuso, Thursday, March 19. SkSatb.—Mr * Clynier introduced a bill to in ,,rporaie * the Reading and Columbia Telegrapi f ,Lany. Mr. Keilly, a supplement to the JLu ol the Littta BchuylkiU Navigaiion_, Kail 1 ,.,i and Coal Company, the bill to extend _ttrt harier of the Lancaster Couniy Bank lor fiv« _jea rs, was passed—yew 27, nays 6. Adjouro-*'jloisE.—-Numerous petitions were presented _, - r a lair to prevent the immigration Of negroes nto «l»s State, and for a National _Convention. Mr Trimmer presented one asking the same ' iTjlege to white men against kidnapping by niil u-ious persons at Washington as are extended negroes against kidnapping Mr. McManua _insrudoced a bill requiring turnpike road companies to keep tbeir roads in good order, or forfeit [be tc-l' t- The afternoon session was entirely ukt-o up with the discussion of a resolution fix-. ,I,d jay for final adjournment of the Legis Lure. o»«...

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

SHCSl_3gX wg SAKE QP REAL ESTATE. T>Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP VENDITIONl i JU) E_$ponas, Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks county, and to me directed, will be sold at public i vendue or outcry, to wit: ' On Friday, the 10th day of April, A. D., 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the public house of Feather & Reifsnyder, (Keystone) in the City of Heading, Berks connty, tpwit: AU that certain throe-story BRICK DWELLING 1 MHOU31S and two-story back Buildings attached, aud a two-story Brick Building, (now occupied as a Drue Store) large Stone Stablo_, good _tlireeliinif floor, twostory Brick Carriage House, (nearly new) with a room above, and lot or piece of ground) situate on the south-Bide , of Penn street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, in the City , of Beading, Berks connty, it being part of lot No. 14 and 13, in the said city, bounded on tbe North by Penn street, on the E_#at by property occupied by George M. Lauman on the South by Cherry alley, on the West...

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

MATLACK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' CL0THIN6 ESTABLISHMENT, No. 904 Market Street, Philadelphia. _TTTE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR Vf attention to our Large Stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING now on hand READY MADEembracing even- variety of Style and Material suitable for the season. We uave also on hand a foil assortment of SPRING GOODS adapted to MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR, and would Invite your early attention thereto. These Goods have been purchased for CASH and will be sold at a small advance for CASH. Particular attention paid to all orders, so ae to insure satisfaction to the purchaser.* E. _MATLACE, Agt. March 14-Smo] 904 Market Street, Philadelphia XTOTXCB. THE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING HERETOfcre between J. TITLOW & CO., was dissolved by mutual consent and agreement, on the 12th _daytif February last. All persona who have become Indebted to the said firm since the 1st of September last, are to make payment to Smith P. Ubil, and those who are indebted to said firm before the 1st of ...

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

ALLEN & NEEDLES? SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. THE STANDARD MANURE, Jnequalled by any other in the market; always TH£ SAME IN _QUALITY, Vnd invariably to be relied on as a MANURE of itandard excellence. Price $474 per 2000 lbs. Out Sdpe&. PHo8pHATK op Lime is uniform in ts chemical _constituents, and can always b« de->ended on. ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER. ?acked in good strong bage, 150 lbs. each. $30 per 2000 lrjs. We believe it to be the best and cheapest Manure in ute. 1 ••• «3- 'vj- _^sV Mias PERUVIAN—No. 1 Government, received direct from the _'eravian Government, at lowest market rates. ICHdBOE—A very superior article, received direct from be Island. $45 per 2000 lbs. PiCIFIC OCEAN—A small cargo of "old fashioned" ennine, packed in bags,.very dry. and strong. $60 per 2000 lbs. PLASTEX—Ground Plaster, a superior article, packed a good barrels. BONES —Kutton Makers' Bone Dust and Ground Bones Vat-runted Pure. _JT§P A liberal deduction made to Sealers ...

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

READING MARKET. Fbidat, March 2T, 1863. Wheat (prime white) Back wheat Flour per per bushel Si 60 looms. 200 Wheat, (prime red) Pork _$) 100 As. 8 00 per bushel 1 BO Beef (hind quarter) • Rye do 02 per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (old) do SO Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do fO per 100 pounds 7@8 00 OornMeal do 60 Hams per pound 10 Oats do £0 Shoulders do 7 Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 7 Cloverseed do 4 SO Dried Beef, do 1» Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Butter do 24 Barley do 70 Lamp * Butter do 22 Potatoes ' do A3 Firkin Butter do — _SweetPotatoes do • 76 Tallow do _»_x Salt do 60 Lard do 10 Salt per Sack 1 40 Hides, Haw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Kye Whiskey, family white) V bbl. 9 0_J per gallon 3 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fam. white)® 100 Bis 4 SO gallon . 49 to 60 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil $1 gallon 80 family) per Barrel 8 SO Eggs per dozen 18 Wheat ilou (extra Stone Coal (stove, egg family) per 100 &g. 4 25 & broken, $12000 Big. 4 SO...

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

DIED. On the 24th inst, In this city, Joh»- Jacob Setwt, aged 18 years and 21 days. On the 22d inet, in this city, Samcbl W. Ladd, aged 36 years. On tbe 23d inst, in this city- Willie, infant son of _nfartln and Caroline Pankel, in the 3<1 _year of his age. On tbe 23d Inst., in Hamburg, Mabt Ass, daughter of Eli and Mary Ann _Kumnteref, aged 1 year and 5 months. On tbe 22d inst., in Hamburg, Hahhah _Lodisa, daughter of Edward E. and CaroUne Derr, aged 6 months and 23 days. On the 19th inst, in Spring, Nancy Kkatiko, aged about 90 years. On the 17th inst., in Hamburg, CaTHAHIKK KLIZABBTH, daughter of Mehemlah and Isabella Bean, aged 1 year, 9 months and 17 days. On the 15th Inst.,In North Heidelberg, Edwix Himmelbbbobb, In the 24th year of his age. On the 15th _inst., in North Heidelberg. Aska Lavba Elizabeth, daughter of Jonathan Blrlch, In the 3d year of bar BBS ¦ . " ' •¦ . .- .. ' On the 15th inst., in Hereford, Mart Focht_, aged 89 years, 3 months and 6 days. On the M...

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

Arch Street CARPET Warehouse, No. 832 ARCH STREET, two doors below NINTH, south sl4*, PHILADELPHIA. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED for SPRING TRADE a well seleoted stock of English American OARFETIN-aS, Embracing all the neu> styles of the Vest mates—bought previous to the late advance for Cash, and will be sold at low prices. Velvets, Brussels, Three-Flys, Ingrains and Venetian CARPKTINGS,—with a large stock Oil Cloths, Druggets, Mattings, dec Persons who are about furnishing, are requested to make an examination of the above goods previous to making tbeir selections, as such inducements will he held oat as cannot fall to please. JOS. BLACKWOOD, March 21-3m] 832 _Aroh Street, Philadelphia. HANGING IN _READING! A LTHOUGH THE WAR IS SAID TO HAVE decreased crime in our cities, still there will be hung in Heading this Spring, a large lot of Wall Paper and Window Shades, Which will caZe from the old _Slund, 3 and 5 Penn Square, next Farmers Bank. Beading. ¦ March 21-3mo GEO...

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

_yV _AB _NET7S! _^^ THE Ta.ZOO PA3S EXPEDITION_, _^_jlfaiir al Porter telegraphs that he has infor-MgflMt that on the 7th our whole expedition ar-SHBn the Tallahatchie, giving us control of _inoWart of Mississippi. All bat one of the vessels got through in fighting trim. The rebels were very much alarmed, and were hard at work on their defences. - THE WAR IN KENTUCKY. The village of Mount Sterling, Kentucky, was captured by a rebel force under Col. Clarke, on Saturday morning. There was a sharp but irregular fight for three or four hours, but the Union troops were compelled to surrender, and the place was burned. There was considerable skirmishing on Wednesday and the day before between our cavalry and the rebel advance south of the- Kentucky River. About 50 prisoners were taken. We had eight of the Eleventh Pennsylvania cavalry wounded in the en66unteP. The rebel advance force: is variously estimated at from 3,500 to 10,000. Our troops are concentrating rapidly. HUMORS OP...

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