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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Washinotox and the Continental Co? GB.B88—Lincoln and McClellan.—The Boston Commercial Bulletin closes a long article on the " Deposition of General McClellan," with this well put contrast: " How would our immortal and venerated Washington have fared, if judged by this arbitrary rule of invariable success ? He failed vexatiously and repeatedly in military enterprises, and like MeClellan, was charged by envious politicians with tardiness and incompelency. Yet the country knew his worth, and _treatod his apparent short-comings with generous forbearance. Uut suppose the Continental Congress had indulged in the caprice of removing him from the command of its armies whenever the fortunes of the war seemed to lag, and in experimenting with new leaders, what would have been the issue of our revolutionary struggle ? We should have had no country to fight for at this epoch,—and our fighting now will be of little avail if the Union army is to be made the sport of puerile counsels and discor...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

POLITICAL ARRESTS GRE1T EXCITEMENT IN BEADING _UIOTOTTH _PBOCTSEDINGS. On Tuesday last, a man named Philip Huber, a resident of Lancaster county, (near the border of Berks) wa3 arrested in this city by Wo. Y. LyoD, who styles himself a Government Detective Officer, under a warrant issued from the Unifcd States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, charged with being engaged in getting up secret societies of a treasonable character in this and the _adjoiuing counties. On Wednesday morning, Messrs. . Gabriol Filbert, Augustus P. IHig and Harrison Oxenrider, were arrested at Stouchsburg, in Marion township, upon a smilar charge, by Deputy U. S. Marshals Sharkey and Schuyler, from Philadelphia. The accused parties were taken to Philadelphia^* _*6* n Wednesday afternoon, in the custody of tho officers named, for » hearing upon the charges made against them. The news of their arrest soon spread through the Western section of the county, and on Thursday morning...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

From thb 104th Penna. _Volihitebks.—Jtlev. Wo. R. Gr ies, Chaplain of the 104th Penna. Regiment, arrived home on Tuesday, from Port Royal, 9. C, bringing with him between $14,000 and $15,000 of the pay of the Regiment, for distribution to the families of the Bucks County Companies, including about $350 for the families Of soldiers belonging to that Regiment, whose residences are in this county, but who enlisted in Companies raised elsewhere. Capt. Groff, of the "Lauer Infantry," Company H, will send the money here for the families of his men, by Express. The troops in South Carolina have sow received their pay in full to the 1st of By a late letter from Col. Davis, of the 104tb, to the Doylestown Democrat, ire learn that a considerable reli gious feeling has been awakened in the Regiment of late, as the result of Chaplain Gries'8 evening meetings in front of his tent, Which have been well attended. He recently baptized fifteen soldiers, and on the fourth Sunday of March, adminis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

EEVT ADVERTISEMENTS. FOUND, IN TIIE FARMERS' BANK, ABOUT TEN days agoa small sum of money, lo checks, Tbe owner can hava the same by proving the amount, &c, on payiiiy fur this advertisement. Apply at the April U-lt] GAZETTE OFFICE. BOARDING WANTED, FOR MAN ANI> WIFE, IN A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE HOOSB. Jddrera, through _Postofllce, »tiitlD,f terms, UOAKDEK. MASONIC NOTICE. THE OFFICERS AND BRETHREN OF CbandlerjLodge. No. 227A. Y. M.are hereby notified that an adjourned meeting will be held on Wednesday evening) April 10th. By order of tbe W- M, April ll-lt] CUAIUE8 ii. FRITZ, _Secretary. JESSE a. HAW LEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NORTH Sixth Street, opposite the _Keystoas House, Reading. April 11, 1863-tf v B DEMOCRATIC WARD CLUBS. I_^HE DEMOCRATS OF THE SEVERAL . Wards, are requested to meet This (Saturday; Evening, at 8 o'clock, at the places wliero _tlio Democratic Primary _Elections _weta last held, except in Third, (Sooth-Bast Ward) where they wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_€iftt _JHUis * _t&T This Union Prayer Meeting will be _neio to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, in St. Peter's Methodist Chnrch, Sooth Ota street, below _spruco, at 3 o'clock. Tho public are respectfully Invited to attend. ••» _Jteg"1 Rbv. Dr. Gerhart, President of Franklin and _Marshall College, will preacli in the First Gorman Kcforiaod Church, to-morrow (Sunday) morning, In the German, and in Ike evening in the English language. BSjgf" Oroan Dedication.—The n«w and powerful Orgau recently purchased by St. John's Lutheran Church from the manufactory »( Mr. Knanff, iu Philadelphia, will be dedicated, with _special religious ceremonies, to-worow (Sunday), April 12th. The Church will be open for services in tbe morning, afternoon and evening, at the usual hours. Several Clergymen from abroad are _exj>ectnri tt\ ha _nrascnt JSP* Govbbmmbmt _Loajjs.— _Jjay Cooke has opened an agency for tbe sale of the V. _&. 6 per cent. Government _bondu, at the Reading Savin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

1S"Mbbcahtilb Appraiser. —Elias _Filbbbt having resigned the office of Mercantile Appraiser for the coanty of Berks for 1883, the County Commissioners have appointed William S. Filbert, of Womelsdorf, in his stead. «¦ - t&" Quadrille Pabtt.—We are indebted to the Managers of the " Harmony Assembly" for a ticket of invitation to their '¦ First Grand Party," to be given this evening in Odd Fellows' Hull. We hope they may have a _eav and _hanov time. The Beat Way to Put Money out at Interest. The following information we insert in our columns for the benefit of ottr _readers: iProm Ike Philadelphia IMgw, Mareh 27.] One of tbe most surprising _things in the recent conversion of greenback notes into the popular Five-Twenty six per cent Government loan at par, is the universality of the call. We happened in, yesterday, at the office of Jay Cookewho is tbe agent for the sale of these _loaux, and the' conversion of tbe greenbacks and found bis table literally covered with or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

FAMILY DYE COLORS. ¦ Black, y _^_T " rASr\ Salmon, DarkBrovm, / #£>-i _^-vS_£\v Scarlet, Snuff Brown, _fff _. _\o\ Dark Drab, Light Brown, [?/ & _^ )*) Light Drab, _S223 u r&sirL - Dark Q reen, Sj-jcW_^ff O ran 9 e * Light Qreen, MHHbjjZJL_^ Magenta, _Knk, _lldnk _T _jA Solferino, _™ JHH5_I_9I French Blue, Crimson , _VaS&ST V ,o i,L FAIIEXlHr DVB COLORS, "POR DEYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED X Goods. _Rhawla, Scarfs, Dresses. KtbbonB, Gloves, Boan_^i _^ ' ._^eathers 'Kld G'oves, Children's Clothing, _aoJ A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrjexpresgly tor family n«e. For twenty-five cento you _"» ealM as _inaay _guoJs m _wdttU _AthefWUe Mat five liui-s V» . "_^ h ? ProceeB _«8 simple, and any one c«n o_« Ik* Dyes with perfect success. Directions _Innida. Manufactured by HOWE & _STBVfiNd, 260 Broad!"?. Vn _° : iP v lc ?_. per P»ck*«J<> 25 and lfi cents. DOCTOR A. H. STEVENS, ELECTRICAL PHY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

tar" xhb nloztBT _Uoncbrt.—The First. Uoncert by tbe Mozart Musical Union, on Tuesday evening, at Keystone Hall, was, in all _respects, a creditable performance. Tbe Hall was crowded with one of the largest audi<mco.« that ever _assembled in this city on any public occasion, and tbe close attention they gave, told how well tbe _uiutsic was appreciated. Our limited space this week will not allow us to notice the Concert as it deserves. We must be content to ray that tbe Programme was selected with taste and good judgment, and that the orchestral pieces, _choruses, &c, ware rendered with great precision, expression aud _effacti veneiis. Tbo solo parts of tbe several piece_* were particularly worthy oT-praJse, and elicited the deserved encomiums of our nicest musical critics who were present. The ladies who sang, have good voices well _managed, wbieii, wicn a liuiomoreortlie careful cultivation to which they bavo evidently b«_ea subjected, Will rise to brilliant exce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_JBassHf att& JNttwgal READING, FA. SATURDAY, APRIL 11,1863. Hati. I brightest banner that floats on the gale, Flag of the country of Washington, hall! Bed are thy stripes with the Uood of the brave, Bright are thy stars as the sum oa the -wave; Wrapt In thy folds are the hopes ot lh_« S_>ee, Banner of Washington! blessings on theel CONNECTICUT ELECTION. 7 This Stftte h»8 i as usual, gone for the Abolitionists, bat by a much smaller majority than last year. Buckingham is elected Governor over Seymour by probably 2,500 majority. Last yoar it was 9,148. The Abolitionists elect three members of Congreba—Henry C. _Deming in the First district, Augustas Brandagee in tne Third, and John H. Hubbard in the Fourth. The Democrats elect one member, James E. English, in the Second district. The Democracy of Connecticut have made a good fight, under all the circumstances, against the whole power of tha administration concentrated against them. They did all thnv conld. and more w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

jgf_* Tuiftb _Pksnsvlvasia Reserves.—/The following is a list of the present officers, (including the rece»t promotions) of tbe three Beading Companies attached to the Third Kegiment of _Penna. Reserves, which Is still in camp at Upton Hill, near Washington: Company A.—Capt. Jacob _benhart, jr. 2d Lieut, _llicbaol Walters to b« 1st _LiSUt. from Oct. 1, 1S62, vice Lehman honorably discharged on account of wounds received in battle. Serg't. Amos N. _Seitzi n_^er, to be 2d Lieut, from Oct. 1, 1SU2. vice Walters promoted. Company F.—Capt. Washington Richards. 1st _Liant. Albert P. _Monltou. 1st, _Sjer K_'t. Ueury S. Monlton to be 2d Lieut, from Oct. I, 1562, vice Limn. Ueury 6. Jones appointed Adjutant. Ouiiqtnnji D — l«t Lieut. Andrew J. _Stefnou to be Captain from Oct. 1, 1_SU2, _vice Straub killed iu b.ittle. 2d _Lioae. Albert Briner to be 1st. Lieut, from Dec. 14, _1562. vice Shilling killed.is battle. 1st _Sors't. George B. Omris tube 2d Lieut, from March 6, _1563_, vice Briner p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Fbafpumnt Checks.—We were _anoiro, a «»y or two ago, a twenty-five cent check, purporting to be drawn on the Farmers' Bank of Reading, by • « J. D. Morgan & Co. " It is a email lithograph plate, poorly executed, having on the left end a medallion likeness of Washington; on the right hand corner a circle with points containing the figures " 25;" over the circle "Reading, Pa," and below it " March In, 1863." The body of the note reads: "Farmers1 Bank of Reading, Pay the bearer twenty-five cents in current funds, and charge to account of J. D. Morgan § Co." Tbe _siirnatnre is also lithographed. We need scarcely say to persona here, at home, mat inese cnecro are a fraud; but it appears by a letter to Dr. Kohlenberg, Cashier of the Farmers' Bank, from the officers of the Bank at Lock Haven, enclosing one of these worthless shinplasters, that Clinton county, and the whole section of oar State where the lumbermen are now trading, is flooded with them, and that thousands of them...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

New Coal Tard and Feed Store. rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED THE Coal Yard, and Floa* and Feed Store _attaclisil, (formerly carried on by John Setley), at the South-Kan Corner of Sixth and Spruce street*, which he has refilled and stocked with a superior article or Coal for family _nse, and the best brands of Flour, with all kinds of Feel and Grain, which he is ready to sell at the very lowest prices for Cash Trusting by strict attention to _bnslnew. and by <lealinB tn good article, hi Will nie* _IL 4hM_4(*.jf _tttufe from the citizens of _Ueadiog; Coal. Flour and Peed* delivered anywhere in the city. All orders left at my re-«idence, ou Franklin street, two doors above the Universilist Chnrch, or at S. _Herman's Agricultural Store, will meat with prompt attention. Very _tfeftteetfttllT, April U-tfl JOHN V7. _CHBISTMaN. F. C. LIGHTE & Co. (fcATB _LIUUTE & BRADBOTtrsj ' PIANO-FORTE MANUFACTURERS, 421 Broome Street. _XTew _Yorii 2d Block East of Broadway. _TV/_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_NEW _ADVERTISEMENTS. LAMS' CLOAKS WE HAVE MOW OPEN Sacks and Circulars OF THE LATEST SPRING STYLES. ALSO—A FULL ASSORTMENT OP SACKING CLOTHS Which will be made to order at short _n&fe and at reasonable rates. N. B — Also, Black and Black Mixed CLOAKS and CloakiuK Cloth for Mourning.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

spRiira 6l svahmcsb. styles _nw _S HATS AND CAPS, AT THE OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND OF 1 ? X*. Gr. _BOAS, _J No. 6 West Penn Street, next door to the Union Bank or Reading, WHO IS CONSTANTLY- RECEIVING FROM New-York and Pniladelpbta tne lateBt styles of HATS and CAPS Adapted to tbe Season. He has also received a large assortment of TRUNK S, CARPET BAGS, VALISES UMBRELLAS , ** ., which will be sold at the _lowest cash prices. As be pars Cash for all his goods, he is enabled to sell them at tbe lowest prices. 49* Three hundred dozen SHAKER HOODS on _buri, wbich will be sold cheap. TUERS received> to which the attention of Housekeepers isrexpectfnlly invited. Call and examine.—No trouble to show goods. [April ll-lf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

WALL PAPER —AJNU—DECORATIONS. GOLD BAND WINDOW _SHABE3 AND MF* 3K _2_WC _TP1_CJT JR. _3B2 SB 9 BUFF AND GREEN HOLLANDS BAND BOXES, $1,75 per doz.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

JBS_* Railroad to Kutztowh.—A branch of the _Bast _Pennsylvania Railroad to Kutztown, is in contemplation. A provision in the charter of the East Penna. Company requires thorn to build _fcucli a branch whenever the Citizens Of KulZlOWU >-liidl subscribe one-half tho amount it will cost. We learn that $13,000 are needed from that borough to insnro the constrnction of the branch, and Unit this snm can be easily raised. A meeting in furtherance of the object ii lo be held shortly. Bar Aiimt OrncsRs in Towj_},—Capl. E. L Smith, of the 19th IT. S. Infantry; Joseph 6. Holmes, of Company I, 3d Ponna. Ker-erves; Lieut. Ltchtenthuler , of Compaay L, 1st Penna. Cavalry; Lieut. M. P. Boyer, of the 123th Ponna. Volunteers; and Lieut. George W. Grant, ef Lnmpany B, 88tU Fenua. Volunteers, h_»Yv been, in towu dnrili? this week, on short leave of _absence.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

K LINE & EPPIHIMER , No. 10 BAST PENPf SQUARE, READING, PA. Api l II , 1863. Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!! EXTRA LENGTH HOOP SKIRTS. Ordinary length Hoop Skirts. V" Small _SUe or •¦ Quaker Skirts." Extra heavy Wire Skirts. All _Klzan Mi8Be» Skirts. Having made arrangements with tbe Manufacturers, \r_« are prepared to snpply oar customers with lbe very bunt SKIRTS of ail lengths and with tbe latest improvement* at nearly OLD l'KICKS. KLINE & BPPIHIHER April 11,186.1] East Penn Square, Keadiuit fa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

t&_^ Amount of Coal transported on the Philadelphia and _Rsadiug Railroad, during the weekending Thursday, April 9, 1863. _Tons.Cwt. From Port Carbon, - - 23,142 11 " Pottsviile, - - H- 865 11 " _SehnylklU Haven, - - & 17,933 11 " _Aubuvu - - 8,841 02 " Port Clinton, ... 4996 15 " Harrigburg, - - . - - 4,333 10 Total for week ...<-,, ss,4t3 00 Previously this year, ... 823,246 C9 Total, S78 659 09

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

JG®* Holiday Present.—Mr. Lauer never forgets the printer oa holiday occasions. We acknowledge onr indebtedness to Mm _M ft _kflff Of _lllg _eXGellgflt _Lagflr Beer on Saturday last, with which to assist the Gazette Office in celebrating tbe Easter festival. ••» t&" _PaoF. Frank Stoucii will give his fourth _PractiHing Party, on Thursday evening next, tbe Kith iust., iu the Odd t*el!ow»' Hall. All p_*r«>ns to Whom llH'itattous for tbo _soanon were neat, aro respectfully invited. Gvrratiiondence of vie ucaeue ami _uemocrra. VWV'l'KU. FKOM _MOliGANTOWW. r./KKStABVOK, April Sth, ISIS. Mr. Editor : 'the improvement of St. Thomas s Church, in Morgantown, is vory nearly _floished. It presents a beantiful appearance, botlt inside and out, au<J reflects much credit on the building committee, for the manner in which they have _brought about thin much needed alteration, it is quite an ornament to the qalflt little Village of _Morgantown. Edward M. Clyinor, Ksi£., t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

To «ame time last year, - - _667 .-4S7 IS J®" New Coal _Yaed.—Mr. John W. Christmau has leased the Coal Tard and Feed Store on the S. E. corner of Sixth and Spruce street, formerly kept by John Setley, which be has refitted and stocked with the best qualities Of Coal, Family Floor and Feed, all which trill be sold at the lowest market prices for cash. We can recommend Mr. C. as a reliable dealer, who will give satisfaction to all his customers. See bis advertisement in

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