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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

A DIVIDED NORTH <• A united South and a divided North are hard _oonilitiocs for carrying oa this struggle."—Bos ton Journal. True: bat who have imposed these " hard conditions " on the struggle ? Never was a people more thoroughly united than the people of the North, when the first blow of armed rebellion was Btruck by the traitors of South Carolina. Although they had, but a few months before, passed through a political canvass in which conflicting partisan feelings and interests raged with almost unexampled violence, they rose, in a mass, superior to all party considerations, and were of one heart and one mind iu their detcrm illation to stand by the Government la the dis charge of its solemn' duty to enforce obedience to the Constitution and allegiance to the Union. This sentiment of hostility to treason, and devoti-ni (o the Flag of our common country, which pervaded the entire North, Was well expressed in the resolution, declaratory of the purposes of Ihe War, whi...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

For the Rending Gazelle, and Democrat "What is _de Reason mtt de Journal ?" Mr. Gets:—After having thoroughly examined the columns of the Journal of last Saturday, I said to myself: "Why is it that the editor has left the Gazette's correspondent X unnoticed V' _Swreejy had this expression escaped me, when my "friend," who had just returned from a trip westward, appeared before me, to whom this same question was propounded. He replied quite briskly, as follows: " That question is very easily answered. The present editor of the Journal is the author of the venomous article, which I had undesignedly attributed to Mr. Ashman, and well the editor knows it; therefore he remains silent." 1 replied: " Conie, come, this won't do. Be a little moro guarded with your accusations. Recollect the charge you recently made against Mr. Ashniun." He answered: " I am aware of it; but I also immediately made a public recantation ; and if the editor of the Journal denies the imputation, I am read...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

A CARD. _WHRBHAS, Tbe undersigned havingserved with Howaed L. Miller, w their Ciller, iu tbe Police force of the City of Reading; and having uniformly received kind and courteous treatment from him, therefore Resolved, That we herewith tender him our grateful thanks for the many kindnesses shown to us, and that we take this method to make known to the public our high regard fcr him as an officer and a gentleman. Resolved, That these proceedings be,signed, and published in (he papers of this city. B. F. EKMESTKOUT, DANIEL HAYDEN, JOHN PPLKGER, WM E. WILSON, JOHN ZECHMAN, DANIEL G&XFF, PETKR ZIMMERMAN, JOHN ROLAND. DAVID VOX. fg _T> A Pio Shooting a Hawk.—Week before last there happened a case in Tulpehoceon township, Berks county, the like of which has probably never happened before:—a pig Bhooting a bawk at a distance,of several hundred yardsand killing it. The cirenmstanees of tbe ease are as follows: Mr. Joseph Sbade, of that township, fixe* up, _soine llms ago,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

t»2H3 01 J. L. 8TICHTER, Treasurer _tSy Amount or Coal transported on the Philadelphia and Readlug Railroad, during tbe week ending Thursday, April 2, 1563. Tons.Cwh Prom Port Carbon, - ... 18,635 09 " Pottsville, - 362 18 " SchuylkUl Haven, .... 13,608 10 " Auburn .... . 4,168 11 " Port Clinton, ... 6.268 10 " Harrisburg, - - - * - , S,«68 14 Total for week 40,602 12 Previously this year, ... 777,643 17 TOTAI, 823.849 09 7o same time last year, - - 633,436 07 BOARD OP CONTROLLERS. A special meeting of the Controllers of the _PnblicSchools, was held on Monday evening, March 30th, 1863, at the High School building. J. _Haobnmait, Esq., was called to the Chair. The roll of members was called, and tbe following were prflfent; Members holding over—Meagre. Arnold, Eckert_, Oernand, Hagenman, Hain, HoffMeCurdy, Mengel. Moers, Peace, Peacock, Richards, Robinson, Koland_, Kuppert, _Seldel, Shearer, Stout—18. Members elected on the 3d _Friday in March—Messrs. Briner, Frees, Oetz, Hah...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

TO THE _PUBLIC At a mectiusr held by the retailer* of Malt Liquors in the city of Xrading, at _tha public limiso of A. Bockumhl, on Thursday, April 3, _1S_03, forthar urpos_»of considering tl>8 present _reiail prices, arid whether it would be possible to meet the demands of consumers for cheap drinks, as heretofore ; after _cousulUtlon with the Brewers of this city, to ascertain whether tbe wholesale price, per barrel, could not be reduced to the old rate, tbe following facts were satsfactorily proven: First, The prices of Barley Matt and Hops are precisely double what they were a year ego. • Second, Rosin, of which large quantities are used In pitching casks, and for which $2 to $3 a barrel was paid a year ago, is now *SO to $31 per barrel. ' Third. Coal, _caeka and every article used, have advanoed In proportion, _eo that ibe price* aow charged by Brewers bardly pay expenses. *_iT Fourth, One of the principal Brewers of Reading, who has been a particular object of bla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

€i!_u _Jbliaits |^» Thk Union Prayer Meeting will held to-niorrow (Sunday) afternoon, in the Evangelical Methoaist Church, North BiRhth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are _rospoctfully Invited to attend. ft J®* Communion.—Tho sacrament of the Lord'B Supper .will bo administered to-morrow (Easter _Snnday) by the Rev. O. A HInterleltner, pairtor of the tntheran congregation of Kutztowu. _fgp Thk _Eaoteb _Anniversary of the Sunday Schools of ChrUt Church, will be celebrated to-morrow (Easier Sunday) afternoon, at half-past 2 o'clock, in tbe Church. The classes, which will present offerings and einblem.8, are named as follows: SanRhtera of the Church. Gleaners. Truth' Seekers. The Mustard Seed. Travelers _Zionward. The Talents. Watchers. Immortals. Palm Bearers. Banner of the Cross. ' Voyagers. Shield of Faith. Hope. Children of the New Cots-Pattli. nant. .. Charity. Laborer* in the Vineyard. The Passover. Duds of Promise. Gospel Minstrels. Children of the Cross. Fruits of Faith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

$@F~ Methodist Conference—Appointments for _Kbaduk) District.—The 76th session of the Philadelphia Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, which was held at Weat Chester, adjourned oil Friday last. Previous to tbe adjournment, Bishop Simpson, the presiding officer, announced tbe appointments of Ministers for the several districts. The following were assigned to the Reading district: Kbadiho District—William L. Gray, Presiding Elder.— Beading, Ebenrzer, J. Lindermuth; St. Peter's, J. F. Meredith: Manayunk, Mount Ziun, W. Cooper; Kbenezer_, J. H. Anderson; Soxbotoagh. lwiacMftst; Oermautown, Uaines btieet, G. W. HcLaughliu; M. Stephens', Wesley Kenney ; Chestnut Hill, James F. Reynolds; Conshotaocken and Plymouth. J. O. Neil; Mercor Square, J. h. Taft; NorristowD, Ue Kalb street, S. Irwin ; Oak street, J. W. Arthur; Perkiotneu, K. Owen; Montgomery Square, J. G. Gregg; _Pbasnixville, J. _Pastorfield: 8alem, J. Hand; Went Cheater, C. P. Turner; _Qrove and _Dowulngtown, Va...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

LOOK HERE! T B.RIX8TINBEE8PECTFULLY INFORMS fj ahis friends and tbe public, that he has opened a neV Store on Penn street, So. 71, between Sixth and Seventh, North side, 3rd house below the Railroad, where he invites the citizens of Beading and vicinity, to bis splendid stock of ¦ ¦ ¦ • - • . ..,: SBJLST-MAOB CfflOTHHtfa, _Consiting of OVERCOATS, FROCK COATS, PANTS and VESTS, of various colors and qualities, got up under his own supervision. He is also supplied with a good stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestiags, which will be made to order in tbe neatest and most Fashionable Styles at the lowest cash prices. Having consider_, able experience in this branch of _buslnens, he feeU confident of giving general satisfaction. He has also on hand a good assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as White Shirts, _OversnirU, Underthlrts, Drawers, _Collurs, CraratS ot different il_/_Jwapd color*, _$_fook|_ngsaDd Gloves, and snob goods u are found In t> Store or tnia kind. Apr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_DGS~ _Democratic Citt Club.—The regular monthly meeting of tbe Club was held on Saturday evening lest. Among other _basiaesa transacted, was the adoption of a resolution directing the Executive Committee to invite at least one speaker to address the Club at each regular meeting, in a _prepared speech upon some political question to be selected l.y himself. A resolution was also unanimously adopted,instructing the Executive Committee to assist in tbe formation of Ward Clnbs in the several Wards of the city, and to recommend the institution of such Clnbs in the several townships of the county. The object of this resolution, which was fully discussed and heartily sustained, is to encourage and _fctrsngtlien the open and/)«6/»c organization of the Democratic party, injaccordance with its time-honored traditions and policy. _tSf East Pennsylvania Railroad Extension.—Tho following supplement to tbe charter of the East Pennsylvania Railroad Company passed the House of Representatives on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_Eastkb Dat.—To-morrow, being the first Sunday after the first full modtt fallowing tho 21 si of March, or vernal equinox, will bo Easter day. Easter is a festival of the Church commemorative of Christ's resurrection. The word •which we use is darned from the Saxon word Oxtre, signifying ruingr. The connection of _egga with Bastcr 18 a custom, the origin of which appears to he lost in antiquity, though it is supposed to be Jewish. That the observation of Easter is as anoient aa the time of the Apostles, seems undoubted. In the second century, however, a controversy arose as to the exact _tiiae of its celebration. The Eastern Churches kept it on the 14th day of the first Jewish month; the Western Churches on the night which preceded the anniversary of our Saviour's resurrection. The inconvenience of the former, was, that this festival •was commonly held upon other days of the week than the first, or Sunday, which was undoubtedly ihe proper day. The 'disputants retained their resp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_Iffi* Railroad Affairs.—Oa the Reading and Columbia _Katlrnad the cars are now _making regular trips feetw»>u Columbia and Liii?. Ob Monday Ia>t the young \aAUm ot Linden Hall Seminary ai Lillz _tbrnugli tbe kindness of _itubert Crane, £_s<i., Superintendent of the road, and of J. B Tsliudy, K?<| , Treasurer of tho Company, enjoyed a free excursion. The party, _consisting of t-eventy-tbree scholars and teachers, accompanied by the principal of the institution' and some half _dozan gentlemen, started from Lit!/ foi' Columbia at cloven _e'clock A. M,, where dinner waa served. The party returned to _Litlz at five P. M., highly dolighted with- the trip. The Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, on the 1st lust., took possession of the Little Schnylkill Railroad and the _Eaut Mahanoy Railroad, penetrating to tbe head of the Mahanoy coal basin, in the second coal field of Schnylkill county. These woiks have been leased to the Reading Compnsy for a t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_ffiaztf! t mi 9ttmt**% BEADING, FA. SATURDAY, APRIL 4,1863. HAn.! brightest banner that floats on the gale, Flag of the country of Washington, hall! Bed are thy stripes -wtth tt« Mood of ilia wave, Bright are thy stars as the son on the wave; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on tbee! ' J_9» Has. S. %.- _Ascona hag out thanks for ft" official copy of the Act of Congress, approved March Si, _1SG3, amendatory of the Internal Revenue Laws. |_3_^" Hos. Hiester Clymkr has oor thanks for a copy of the Heport-of the Railroad Companies of _Pennsylvania, for 1862—a very valuable docnment. 43- Jambs Beu., Esq., has our _tnanks fur a complete it** of the Township and Borough _officere fleeted in Berks county on the third Friday of March. Its publication is deferred until next week, on account of the present pres-»nre on onr advertising columns. 49_> A» _IHTERBBTINQ LETTER from the G»mp _vf tho I' '**' Pennsylvania Volunteers, near Bel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

WE HAVE NOW OPEN r-r A LAEGB STOCK OF -T _-/.f> ;! *^'_j«:_y_^ /nivnrifii DE LAIliES, KID (MGYES, And all kinds of Goods for the _SPRING TRADE , to wbicU we would call tbe attention of oar cuttomers and tbe public generally. ¦ __ . ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ -- - KLINE & EPPIHIMER, No. 10 EAST PENN SQUARE, READING. PA. Aprtl4_,lSe.1. ' FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILAPELPHIA. OFFICE, Kos. 4S6 AND 437 CHESTNUT STREET. Capital, *iCOi)_no _oj Perpetual Premiums, - - $912,973 29 _v Less Five Per Cent. - - • 47,148 66 $895,821 63 Unexptred _Temporary Premium*, 19O,fiS4 05 Leas for tbe portion of tints wplted on polices over one year, 19_.0&8 40 — 1:171,625 6. - . Surplus, . - - u_.4,;ei; u Total, - - - $_4,398,HO 3<j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES. TIHE _BUSINESS OF J. J. HESSLER. WILL •*„continued by Mrs s, A, H9wjer_, dnriog her _bn»_- oand a absence in the Army, at the old stand, No. 40 North Fifth street, opposite the Poat Office. A new assortment of WINDOW SHADSS Of the latest patterns, together with FIXTURES, &c, ha» just been received, aud will be sold and put np at \o\r pricea for cash. [April 4-2mo A P&0BLEH FOR THE LADIES. SENT FRBB OF CHARGE. Address, " PROBLEM," Bra 9*3 p. o., April 4-3t] PHILADELPHIA. F Ctorden and Flower Seeds. _REbH GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS from Risley, Shaker's. _Bloss & Co , Comatock. John-Son, and Rabble* U C6. For safe si PMGOCK'S April 41 40 Sooth Fifth Street. S AP8AQO CHEESE.—FOB SALE AT PEOCOCK'S April 4] 40 South Fifth Street. "DOLOGNA SAUSAGES.—FOR SALE AT ±J PEOCOCK'S, April 4] 40 South Fifth Street. MA RROW FAT BEANS, AT PEOCOCK'S, April 41 40 South Fifth Street. MONEY TO LOAN. APPLY TO JACOB C. SCnoEVER_. Commercial Broker. Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_jgf The hams of Mr. Pottkigbr did not ap pear in the list of yeas and nays on the bill to prohibit the immigration of _negroes and raulattoes into this State, which passed the House on Wednesday, the 25th nit. A note from this faith ful Representative informs us that he was necessarily absent that day on business, but that on the following day, he asked and obtained leave to record his vote on the bill, and voted, as did his colleagues, and the Democratic members generally, aye. Payment of Troops.—The entire army will Boon be paid off up to the first day of March. The only remaining troops now unpaid are those in North and South Carolina, and the army commanded by General Hooker. Money was today, April 1, pnt into the hands of Bundry paymasters to entirely liquidate the claims of the troops in the _Carolinas against the Government, anditwrnieaveNmrYorkbySaturday'ssteamer. The army of the Potomac will be entirely paid off next week. GODBTEOB April.—Oodey'_s Lady 's Book _ie be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Rhode Island Election—A Great _Democratic Gain. V ile the Republicans call ,the result of the recent election in .Rhode Island a "great Union victory," (meaning thereby Abolition,) if we glance over the record of the past we will find that it is like the victory of Pyrrhus against the Romans, a few more of which would utterly overwhelm them. In 1855 their majority was 8.337 1856 " « " „„„.,„ 4,787 1857 " " " 4,498 1858 " " " 4,352 1860 Lincoln's " " 4.537 1863 their " is 2,800 These figures show a clear Democratic gain of about 2,000, and indicate, unmistakably, (hat in Rhode Island, as elsewhere, tHe power of the destructives is waning, that the Democratic standard is being advanced at every successive charge, and gives the fullest assurance that at an early day the Abolition cohorts will be routed throughout the entire North—horse, foot, and dragoons. However they may crow over the result in Rhode Island to keep their courage up, they no doubt, in their saddened hearts exclaim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

_Sv _^Nsw LiQWOft Stork.—Ex-Sheriff Bitting baa opened a Wine and Liquor Store at John Green'a old stand, In the Schmucker House. He is a capital jndge of good liquors, an the sample he sent us proves. If he always keeps a supply of that " stripe" on hand, he will have no lack of customers. Our citizens will _doubtless remember the Ex-Sherllf, when they replenish their demijohns and decanters. $_S&*Rkmoval.—Mr. J. B. Rixatine, Merchant Tailor and Clothier , baa removed ble Store to tbe North side of East Penn street, three doors below the Bsiirosd, where he has just supplied himself with a handsome assortment of new and fashionable goods for gentlemen's wearing apparel, which he will make up in tbe best sty !e at the lowest cash prices. Those who deal with him, will find him polite and accommodating. tfgfQooD _Feidat was strictly observed yesterday by the Church-going portion of our people. Services commemorative of the Crucifixion of the Lord were held in the morolng, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Rhode Island Election.—The State election in Rhode Island was held on the 1st inst., and as was anticipated, the Abolitionist?, backed by all the power and influence of the Administration, have succeeded in electing their candidates. The contest was not a square light between Abolitionists and Democrats, but between the socalled " Republican Union" party and *heir opponents who entered the field as a sort of halfway Administration men. The Age very appropriately styles this election "a fight between the mulatto and negro, in which the negro prevailed." The complete returns, ad published, give the following results: Smith, Abolitionist, for Governor, has S311 majority over ' CozzEHS, Opposition, and 3009 over all. Jehcks, Abolitionist, for Congress, _~ h&& 1016 majority over Bradley, Opposition, and 1845 over all. Dixon, Abolitionist, has 1022 majority over Browne, and 992 over all. Governor Smith's supporters have two-thirds Of each House of the General Assembly. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

Statement of tne Assets or toe Company, January 1,1863. First Mortgages, amply secured, - $1,993,931 u Real Estate, (pneaent value»lS8,322 47) cost 128,970 77 Temporary Loanson ample Collateral Securities 84,6'J' i 77 Stocks, (present value $98,375 16) coat • 84_,0nl 5i) Motes and bills receivable, ... 1,549 ,w Cash, ...... 76 ,312 0;i $2,369,291 03 Advance in Valne of Real Estate over cost, 9,3.'.] 70 Advance in Value of Stocks over eoBt, 13,474 66 Total, ' • - - - $2,892,116 59 _49» Tki only _PmJOt from Premium* wtaio " . _jflf Company can divide by law, are from Bisls which turn been determined. Extract from the Charter of the Company. " But tbe moneys received as Premiums upon Bisks which remain undetermined, and are outstanding at tbe time ot declaring such Dividend, shall not be considered as part ot tbe profits of said Corporation, or divided as such." PERPETUAL OR LIMITED INSURANCES MADE ON BTBBT DEBCBIFTIOir OF PROPKBTY_, » Town and Country, For Owners, Mortgagees, Ground...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

j®- Graduate in Mbdicikb,—Majbury S. Reber_, son of Thomas Reber, of Outelaunee township, a _studeijt of Medicine, waa one of the members of the graduating " class iu the Medical Department of tbe University of Pennsylvania, at tbe late Commencement, and received his diploma as M. I). *•• f&* Benevolent Society.—Additional collections for the Reading Benevolent Eoeiety: Free Church of St. rtarnabas_, * 3 00 St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 8 00 Christ Church, (Episcopal) 46 44 J. Ii. STICHTEK, Treasurer. t&" Jacob Reifsnyder, Esq., who died at Womelsdorf last Saturday, aged 58 years, represented Berks county in tbe State Legislature during the years 1861 and 1852. Ue waa an npriglit citizen, and made an intelligent and useful member. —• _19* CnuEcri Collections—In behalf of the Reading Benevolent Society: First Probyterian Clinrch, 9 44 11 Previously acknowledged, 189 CO

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