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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL: BE PAID ON _GrOIfDi _OIiD _jSXXatrJESXt. —AND—F._A.X_*. _ss_^_uTsrxaZ _xrovJEia AT THB EXCHAHGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, READING, I>a. August 10, i86i-ifl JUST RECEIVED, O(\_Tkf\ FLOWERPOTS, AT THE OLD JAIL X\rmJ oct«^f WM. BH0AD8.Jr.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL, OZff TBS SUROPZLAXr PLAN, CITY OF KEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day City Hall Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opposite City Hall.) ¦\TEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN IV1 the spacious refectory. There Is a Barber's Shop and Batn Rooms attached to the Hotel. 49- Beware of KCNNBRS 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 — 18 April 1863

PUBLISHED XTO&Y SATURDAY MOBRIKG OZcs SertA-Wvt corner ofT*nn and Fifth street, adjoining the Farmers' Bank of _Stading. TBRMS OF SDBSCRIPTIOIT. _fi,5O _avvuhjnyqbls.in qdpawx. 1,00 fcx dx _monthi, ! ¦ afljanse. to Cir_*- - : Four copies for $5, in advance. " Teneoijles for 1*» " ._„ JO-All paper* discontinue* at the txpiration of the time paid for. RATES OF ADVBKHSIHQ Hff THK OAZBTTK. It. St. lino. 3tao. 6mo. lv.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

FRESH GROCERIES —AT-— REDUCED PRICES, AT THE Corner of Fifth and Spruce Streets. Jtarehl M- KKWKK * BOH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

_f_^ unmannerly wag being asked th_« landlady of his boarding-house why, being 10 tall a man he ate so little, replied, " Madame, a little goes ft great way «}_& mv>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

COU11T _PllOCKEmiVGS. The April term of oar county Court of Quarter Sessions, Over ami Terminrr, &c, commenced on Monday last, before Judge _WooixvAHi_), and Asui-ucialed ScaAMi ana Stitzbi,. The bnMuees was comparatively small, so that the Grand Jury, after acting upon 26 bills of indictment, 3 of which were ignored, concluded tbelr _labors on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. MAni.ON F. Woi.Kl'_, Em]., of Humburg was appointed foreman of tho Grand Jury. By direction of tbe Court, on Tuesday afternoon, they visited the County Poor House, for the purpose of examining into the condition of tho apartments _nsed for the confinement of tho lusaue paupers. Their presentment will be found bolow. The following report of the principal eases tiled, is condensed from the Times : Henry Larch was accused of having uttered threats against Jame* Shell, of Hern township. This occurred ou the first of April, In an altercation betweeu the parties us to how raucb hay could ba taken awuy by She...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOmWDt A SMALL SUM OF MONEY, BETWEEN Third and fourth street, on Monday last, the 13th inst. The owner can have tbe mouey, by applying to the subscriber. In Lower Heidelberg _townfhip. Lower Bern P. O.. stating the amount, and paying for this advertisement. April 18-lt*] WM. 8. KISSLINO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETINGA SPECIAL MEETING OP THE BERKS t\ County Agrlcnltnral "ociety will be held at Housum's Hotel, on Saturday. May 2d, 1863, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Punctual attendance on the part of the members is particularly requested. JAMES S. HILL. President. Lewis Brinek, Seoretiry_. [April l5-3t RICHMOND L. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFI CE WITH J. GLANCr JONES, ESQ., East Penn Square, sooth side, Beading. April IS, ISCS-Sino NOTICE. TF MR. S. YOCUM, FORMER PARTNER OP L B- I- Jackson, will send his address to H. B Griffith, _Steeh._iltzville, P. O., Bark* county, Pa., he will hear or DVUVtbing greatly \o his interest. (April 18-lt* CASH PAID "T10R OLD COPP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING KBADtxa, F*., April inn, _jkiks. Wji. B. _Awbioht, ~ _Kssa , Chairman Democratic _Sta_*_"!*"!/ Committee of Berks County. Sir.-—Becent events, tow fresh In yonr memory, have developed a feverish excitement in the public mind, wnicn In this fearful crisis of our country's history, is veil calculated to alarm every lover of law and order. Mo portion** the citizens of our common country are more devoted to the support and maintenance, in all their •vigor and integrity, of the Constitution and the laws, than the Democracy of Berks—they do not now nor hav« tliey at any time for a moment contemplated any act in derogation of either; conscious of the purity of their motives and moral rectitude of their condnct. they have for some time felt alarm at the frequency and boldness with which both their motives and conanct hn-ve boon _assailed_, _fctii'. they were willing patiently to bear these foul aspersions _lecause until very recently they suffered only in commo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

GOV. CURTIN WITHDRAWS Governor Curtin has adopted tbe famous opinion of honest Jack Fatatafl, that "the better part Of Vftlor _ie discretion.. " In & message Io the Legislature, on the day of their adjournment, he announces his determination to withdraw from the canvass for a re-nomination for Governor. Failing health, and the offer by tho President of "a high position at the expiration of his present term of office," are the reasons assigned for bis withdrawal. Wo think ho has aoted wisely, for the prospect of two successive, and, as they are sure to be, fierce and exciting conflicts—first, for the fiominaiion, &nd afterward, before the people, for the office, with extreme doubt as to the result in either case, might well appal a man of stronger nerves and more robnst physical condition than the Governor now possesses. Those who have seen him lately, will oertify to the fact of his shattered health, and commend the prudence of his choice to consult personal ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

HON HIESTER CLYMER The prospects of the nomination of this gentleman as the Democratic candidate for Governor, are every day brightening. His manly, fearless and al the same time truly constitutional and patriotic eourso in the State Senate daring tbe session just closed, haB won him hosts of friends throughout the Commonwealth, who will work _zcaloualy to make him the leader of the party in the approaching canvass. In addition to the counties that hare already elected _delegates for him, wo are gratified to publish the following recent demonstrations in his favor from strong Democratic districts: _Thiutkhhtii Sknativrtat. _TltaTRTfiT.—The De mocratic Senatorial conferees of the 13th district, composed of the counties of Snyder, Montour, Northumberland and Columbia, met at Northumberland and elected Isaac Raker Senatorial Delegate to the Democratic State Convention, with instructions to vote for _Hibstbb _Clymer as the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor. Perry Coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

i&* Heavy Robbery.—Last Monday night, tbe Iron Safe In the office of tbe Freight Clerk of the Ke_^JlnB Railroad, at the Upper Station, was opened and robbed of the large sum of ten tlumsand and ninety-six dollars. The _mooey had been drawn from Bank during the day, by Mr. Samuel J. Potts, the Clerk, with the intention or remitting it to Philadelphia by the. next morning's train, and was placed in themoney-ilrawer of tho safe before the office wasclOKOd at night. A watchman _Ib employed Id tho Freight Station, but he was temporarily absent a part of Monday night, on oilier duty. It 1h _supposed that tbe tbiof or thievea entered the premises and abstracted tho _raonqy _during this absence. Although bat two _keyn were known to be in _exiamioA, and both wore in the _poxgeiwion of Mr. Potts, tho safe must have been _oponnd with a key, for in tbe morning it was fonnd to be lockod as _uxual, and tho lock was not brokou, but the money package was missing. Two _wiHplcious _persons ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

ELECTION NEWS The most _chefering news we can present to our readers thi.3 week, after the reverses that our gallant forces have encountered within the last ten days, are the late returns of ele6_liona in va_« rious States and districts. Milwaukee city and county have given nearly 5,000 Democratic majority, electing nearly all the Democratic nominees for the municipal offices. La Crosse , Kenosha, and other large towns, hitherto generally Abolition, have gone _iha same way; and it is believed that the Democratic candidate for Supreme Judge in the Slate at large, (Wisconsin) is elected. Detroit, Michigan, gives 700 Democratic majority, and the State at large shows great Democratic gains. St. Paul, Minnesota, has gone Democratic, under very discouraging circumstances. Ohio, with the exception of _Cincinnati, Cloveland and a few other places, has made a clean Democratic sweep, carrying the State by a majority estimated at 25,000 to 30,000—more than three times &a large as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

John Kissinger, _repairing, l»t W._nrd, 0 <U S. i*. Knppertenppli«>i for-lUi W*»ri, 3 91 AbrHlmia Kline, kindling wood, _4tb Ward, <> -in V. Wesche, _repairing. .'i in) (ieurge B. Frill, coal for 4th Ward, 4 fiO Jacob Knnsman, repairing, 3d Ward, It 0U A. H. & S. M. Doysher, lumber, 1st W;ird, 2 94 Wanner, corn cobs. Oth Ward, 2 00 _JainiiK K. Frill, repairiag, 1st Ward, 2 0 > C. K. Snellcoal scuttle, 1st Ward, 0 75 linclianari & Hullingerplastering, 3d Ward, 1 £0 H. IIarl)Hter, ink well lids, 4th Ward, 1 OS Samuel Holiinsoal geography, l»t Ward, 1 00 Jacob Shaffer, wood, 1st Ward, 1 10 Jame« _Ilotftnsurter, bricklaying, 1st Ward. 0 62 Mr. _Hageumiin moved that all collectors of School Taxes, wl_>o shall scttlo _tlwir duplicate*! for 1 Sf>2, and pay the amount due tu _tlie Tieaeareri <"• or before tbe first day of June next, be allowed a comminsion of 10 per cent, ou ttie amount collected. The motion waa adopt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

TKIAL FOR MANSLAUGHTER. William T. Liox and Joh» B. Ukandt were arraigned for trial <m Tiiursda.v, in the Court of Oyer and Teru.iner_, on an indictment for manslaughter. Lyon was Deputy Provost Marshal, and Brandt a member of the Provost Guard that were on dnty in this city during the winter for ti.o af *est of deserter* from the U_, S_> Army. Tbe offence with which they stand charged Is (he killing, in the streets Of this city, on Christmas Day, 1S62, of Isaac Moriia, a deserter from Capt. B. L. Smith's Company, 19th D. S. Infantry, while in the act of escaping from tbe officers aB they were attempting to arrest him. The greater part of Tlinraday afternoon was taken uj> with the selection of a jury, which was finally empanelled as follows; Daniel Clauser, Thomas Dutt, George _Maxton, Daniol Weitzel, Samuel K. Kitter, _Deury Lewis, Michael Horhnan, Henry Thompson, George Hiester, Elias fritz, David Gross, Jacob Kline. Our readers are all familiar with the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

ORGAN DEDICATION. Tbe great event of last Sunday, waa the dedication of the new Organ at St. John's, (Kev. Mr. KccudigV) Lutheran Church. _tf ft ig really a noble instrument, possessing great power, extent and variety; perfect in equality of tone, and richness of combination. A large congregation was rapt in admiration as its dulcet notes rolled through the sacred edifice in solemn grandeur. The _congregation may be proud of the instrument, as it is by far the bo»_t in Beading or tbe connty_, reflecting great honor on the congregation, who, with the aid of a liberal public, furnished the moans of procuring it. John Endlicb, Ksq , presided at tbe Organ, and played in a masterly manner, exhibiting tbe instrument to every possible advantage. This distinguished gentleman has long ranked among the best amateurs in this city, and durfng his Consulship at Basle, he studied music with the fathers of ''thedivine art." His playing ou the occasion referred to, was trnly eloquent, and I was p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

COUNTY MEETING Tbe call for a General Mass Meeting of tbe Democrats of Berka county, will be found at the head of this column. Its object is sufficiently explained in the letter to the Chairman of the Standing Committee, requesting him to make the _%_alL The _evenU which have occurred within the last fortnight in this county, and the highhanded attempts which have been made to affix the brand of treason upon a people who have never yet faltered in their obedience to the Constitution and Laws, and to overawe them from the peaceful exercise of their rights as freemen, render such a meeting at this time not only proper bat necessary, for the purpose of vindicating their reputation from the foal and false aspersions which parlizan malignit y has cast upon them, and taking measures of self-protection against any interference with their rights and privileges as citizens of a free country, by the threats, intimidations And open violence of lawless mobs. We hope to see this meeting ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

VOTATOSSX POTATOES!! FOR SEED AND FAMILY USE. T WE ATTENTION OF FARMERS, STORE-... _^_._H?81_*8_™ *nd o'n'rs. is invited to oar large stock of all tbe different varieties of POTATOES for planting or cousnmptlon, which has been selected with great care, and parties purchasing can rely npon getting the article th«y may want and without miarepre«>nt»»ion. We n»_ye now to itore and _MriTlng the following _varittiai_: Maine Mercers, Prince Alberta, SarWJnnss, "\ Blue do Buckeyes Do P. Eyes, While do Peach Blows, Do _Dykemans, Jackson Whites, Carters, Michigan W. Sprout, Wood Seedlings. Pink Byes, Strawberry, Ac.&e, from various sections of the country, North, West and B*»t. A inforrn»tlo_« will be cheerfully given of (be yield, quality and cultivation of the different varieties. We will sell in lota to suit purchasers at lowest Wholesale Market Prices. . *SJ* AH orders by mail or otherwise, accompanied with the Cash, promptly attended to. _n WOODK0FP4BRO _wisst ixHflzjgg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

STEW ADVERTISEMENTS Hi TillS Illl _IKT _JE3 _mw AND DESIRABLE STVLES OF FANCY _DBISS GOODS, SILK GOODS, MOURNING GOODS, —AND—3_^sV _JB»1_Bk _^ | *> _^_Bv_^_Hr «^_W_«s_« _^_mV A MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR, AT REASONABLY LOW PRICES. KLINE & EPPIHIMEB, No. 10 BAST PENN SQUARE, READING. PA. April If. 1863.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

TnE _Hahrisburo Child Mdrdxs.—Our readers will doubtless remember the case of a little girl named Mary Elizabeth German, of Harrisburg, who was decoyed from her home on the night of the 3d of October last, and brutally murdered by somo fiend in human shape, who, notwithstanding the most diligent search was made for him, under Ihe incentive of- the offer of targe _rswarJs, _escaped detection for the lime. We now learn that the old adage, " murder will out," seems about to be verified by thediscoveryof the murderer of this poor child. The Harrisburg Patriot £ Union of Thursday, says : . "Some days ago Mrs. Weitzel of this city, accompanied by Mr. Emanuel German and officer Fleck, went to Dayton, Ohio, to examine an alleged murderer confined in the prison there, _pupposed to be the fiend that outraged and murdered liUle Mary Elizabeth German in the month of October lam. The District Attorney has information from officer Fleck to the effect that the witness, Mrs. Weitzel, at once id...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 18 April 1863

LADIES' AID ASSOCIATION. Tho following articles have been roceived by tho Ladies' Aid Society, since their last acknowledgment: Mr. and Miss Trader, apples and rgak; _yitH, Jacob Hnntur, apples and rink ; Mrs. Frod. Hnnter, rusk; Mrs. Gries, rnsk, featborpillow and case, pitcher; Mrs. _Oilson . rusk, 2 boitles enrrant shrub; Mrs. Lot Benson, pickles, rusk, jelly aud blackberry wine; Mrs. II. Hahs, driod fruit; Mary Seidors, 2 jars grated hone-radish; Mrs. A. _Mnhlenbori;, rusks; Mrs. Dr. Mnhlnnherg, rusks; Mrs. Gregg, 2 pair woolen nocks; Mrn. J. V. Jones, 2 pair socks and 2 feather pillows: Mr. Vollmer . 8 _tiuttlan oaUwba wine, 4 do. brandy; Mr. and _Mra. _NicolU, 1 barrel apples, enrrant wine, jolly, pickles, tea, rusk, and writing paper; Urs. Anderson and Miss Biddle, wbite sugar, eggstin bucket; Mrs. F. Biddletin coffeepot, sugar5pair woolen socks. The Ladies Aid _Asiociatiou are indebted to the Express Company for numerous favors during the past fall and winter. G. C. _GIIIB...

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