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

NOTICE To Joseph Heckman and Peter Heckman, and others the Iteirs and _ntxt of kin, and all others luiving any \tresent or _inrospeclioe interest in tlu: _prumUes , viz : The Estate of Daniel Henkman, of Upper Bern township a Lunatic, so duly found by InauisUton. • WHEltEAS, THE SAID DANIEL HECKMAN wan. on ImjuUltlon awarded by Ilia Conrt of Common I'lean _«f _Uerkx county, duly found by said Inquest_, vis: February 4,1863to be a Lunatic, aud by reason of said Inuacy. to have been for live years lat>t pant incapable of managing bis Estate, consisting of an undivided moioty (tbe other moiety being ownud by Win. Heckman, a brother of said Lunatic! In a certain mffHHUufre and tract of land, in Viwr B ora township afi»rewld, _wu mining 27 acres and W% perches; and on tue28tli day of February 1803. George K. Haag, Esq , was appointed Committee of said Lunatic and gave bondwhich was duly approved bv the Court, in tbe snm of *" .0f). * * 7 Aud Whkrbab said George K. Haag (togeth...

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

«S y» Oi>i> Fellows' Hall op _RuAnrNO.—Al au election on _MonJay _ov_^_Idr, April Clh, I.J> 11.6 filouUholders, for officers toseiVe the ensuing year, the result was as follows: managers.—George W. Brnckinan, President; Louis Kilter, Secretary: _MattiitaR Mongol, Treasurer; William fl. YomiR, Edward I). Smith, Alexander II. 1'oocock, LewiR 3. _IlauoIU, Will him Arnold, Joel _Kitter. Tho _uowly elected Board of _Manitgera organized and reoloctcd William E. Wilson as Janitor. «#. tSS" Government Loans.—Jay Cooko has opened an agency for tlio dale of the U. 8. 6 per cent. Gov eminent bonds, at tho Reading Savings Bank, where these highly desirable _eocnrities may bo obtained, in large or _Hiuall ainountR, free of char<;e for commissions, &c. Those bonds liearG pnr cent, _intorpxt, which will be paid at the Bank, semi-annually, in gold, or its eqnivalout in pre-.illlliil. - - - _*6*~ !© • Citt Tax fok 1803.— Councils have passed an Ordiuance fix...

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

CLOAKS, _SSA*WX.S «4» 8KinTS. JOHN S. PEAR80N & CO., No. 18 WEST Peon Street, have now on hand a large assortment of the newest styles of SPRING CLOAKS In _Itlaele, Block Mixed and Colored CLOTHS Black Stella SHAWLS, striped and Plaid BHAWLS In Spring colon; also, SHAWL1 * for Summer wear. Spring BALMORAL SK1RT8 for Ladles and Hisses. The best makes of HOOP SKIRTS, with the latest improvements, and of the most fashionable shape*. _Aorll 18 Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds-LEWIS _LADOHKU8 A Co., 802 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia . &k HAVE ALWAYS ON IIAND A LARGE _Jfcs jg&stock of Gold aud Silver }\V»tehea, EfM _" ¦¦ _snitable for Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys' wear.0 "_0 Some of oar own importation, extra fine giuility. Our _axsortraent of Jewelry _codrIbu of tne _raoxt fashionable and rich designs; as also the plainer' and leu expenxtva. 8ilver Spoons, Forks, J»le, Cake and Frnlt Knives; _aluo. a large variety of fancy Silver Ware, satiable for Bridal Presents....

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

NOW OPENING AT DAVID NEFF'S Spring Dry Goods A LARGE SUPPLY OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS , All Wool Shepherd Plaids, Barege Anglais, English _Challios, Spring _Ohallies and Muslin tie _Laines , Mozambiques, Turin Cloths and Alpaccas, Chintzes, Pr ints and _Gtnghahis, Needle worked Collars, Kid Gloves, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, &<v« Also, Long and Square Long _ncomunmo _ihawhs_, Bombazine, Cashmere, Coburg, All-Wool De Laines, Bareges, Calicoes and other MOU RNI NO GOODS. PIANO and TABLE _COVBR3, ItM.MORAL8, together with a variety of other Goods at a moderate _adraoce. Thankful for pa_^tfavora and respectfully solicits a con_> _tioaanee of the same. (April IS

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

zroTxes I S HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE ANNUAL Meeting or tbe OLET HOR'E COMPANY, will be held _4^_ on SaturdayHay 2dat 1 o'clock, 1*. M., R_^^_k at tbe hoube or Daniel Kemp. In Oley townl/>^Pfc—^_ _^ ship, to organize and elect officers for the v _^m f M ensniDK yearAUo_, every member shall f_^^m produce a list and description, as near as JiA_^_£_J£ poss ible, of their Horses and those that ,*»a_^_MS_«_BBf bave back standing fines to pay, are respectfully requested to attend. KZftA Z. GRIESEMER, President 8. B. Knabb, Secretary. Hathan _KffABfl, Treasurer. MEMBERS: John H. Becbtel, John D. Qriesemer, William Boyer, Jonas Uerbeln. John R. Edelman, Daniel Schneider, Benjamin 8. Hitter, II. 1). _Orlesemer, Jacob Ilerbein, D. D. _Oriexeiner, William Knabb, Charles _Koiff, John _flerbeln Iaaa4 Helff Jacob L. Grieseraer, D. K. Hunter, Gideon Snyder, John Deturk, Daniel Butz, Solomon 11. Ely. J. H. HIU, D. _O. _Guldlu, Abraham B. Rechtel, Jacob Iloch, sen., Simpson Oarber, Samuel _Mai...

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

KSS_* Democratic City Club.—Jesse G. Haw ley, Esq.H has been invited, and has consented to deliver the first lecture of the projected _wirios before tbe Democratic City Clah, at its next regular mealing, on Satnrday evening next, April 2Sth, at 8 o'clock. tfg* Democratic Ward Clubs.—Agreeable to the recommendation of the City Glob, tbe Democrats of the several Wards met _laxt Saturday evening, and organized Clubs auxiliary to the General City Club. Committees were appointed to draft a uniform _Consiitntion fur the several Ward Clubs, and to Dominate officers for their organization. The Ward Clubs will meet this evening at 8 o'clock, at the several places of last meeting, to receive the reports of tbe Committees on Constitution, Organization, &c_, and to elect officers. ••• _IgJT To the Friends of William Howabd.— A letter from Solomon Sharp, Surgeon V. B. Navy, dated at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va., April 14th, 186;), and addrebsed to the _Poetw_»_eWr of t...

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

THE LEGISLATURE The State Legislature adjourned tonally on Wednesday at noon. Tho General Appropriation bill, and ali tho necessary _racWHres for keeping the machinery of our Stale Government in running order for the next nine months, were perfected and passed previous to the close of the session, so that there is no likelihood of a special meeting of the Legislature during the summer_. According lo custom, on the last day of the _ficssion, the Speaker of the Senate, Mr. Lawresob, resigned tho Chair, and the Hon. John P. Penney, (Rep.) of Allegheny county, wits elected Speaker for tbe recess. The Democratic •Senators voted for the How. _Hiestkii Clvmisb, of Berka. Mr. Penney had 10 votes, _aud Mr. Cly mer 13. Tbe latter received the * compliment of a unanimous nomination by the Democratic caucus. We are obliged to defer our report of the last six days' proceedings of the Legislature until next week.

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

Mm, MANHOOD ; _^ _" Tl g i_^ HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TBEAT-/_TL ment and Radical Care of _Spermatorrbata or Seminal rMltpeu, Sexual Debility, Sfervoasnats, and Involuntary KmlMlons, inducing _Impotoncy, Consumption, and Mental and Physical Debility. r By ROB'T J. CUL.VBRWKL.L., M. »• The Important fact that tbe awful sequences of _Stdf al>u«o may bo effectually removed without Internal niedicintM <>r the dangerous application of caustics, instruun-uls. iii«dicntod bbttgUs, and Otber eMplrie.il _dovlc., I- l,«r<t elsnrlr ewonmrated, aud tbe entirely new and btKhly Hnccn*»ful treatment as adopted by the celet_>raU>d author, fully •"• ilained, by means of which every one 1h enabled to curs himself perfectly, and at the least _posulble coat, _tuuroliv avoldlnw all tbe advertised no_.trums of the day. Till" lecture will prove a boon to _thousands and thonssuds. Beat u...

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

BAST PEWNS-STLVANIA RAILROAD. _Snmmcr _Avrangemeitt _COitMBNCISa MOITDAT, APRIL 2«A, 1663. ^«_-_^ _ft> New- York Without Change of. Can fittBlB _ti_^i ON AND AFTER MONDAY, _TWUgfc _rjgg_^A P .r ?1 gO"_'. '863. Passenger Trains T*S^»_J_»»» n— _MHMwiU leave Reading daily. (Sunftm" _fiSSW _%"»««t»_wu, _Manoh flunk. fc-W «... _^,_« . ., tIPPSR DEPOT. oJn»_Ar A " ?* "5 ln ls toe BMtera torpwM. Without at 0 in A 't_*"f ' . m Pittobnrn . »«>_d arrives In New-York £,Jn n_^_i fl lb_^ traln wln »toP only «t _tyonn . AIIhiiu&TSmT' aB *the priB?l _^1 ¦** _°fii 0B lhg _^ _RW?--««* Tn>ln _""' 6 A ™ !?8l9 UI n l8aV8 * _* _'?_£_&d *"r ' 0* e_«pt _Snn.Uy«) at _inf !lh!!Ker 1 are 1 _?_,<1 'J."tl _^to P«*K»»ase tickets before taking their seats, as higher fares will be charged on Ih_.eari. ML.,n BDWABD K. CLYMER. April 18-tfJ . ura-ident.

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

fill! &li*it« t&' This Union Prater Mertinu Will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon. In tbe Evangelical Misslou Chnrch, _Clientnut street, above' Fifth, at 3 O'clock. Tiie public are respectfully invited to attend. «•»— ' ¦ — 16?" Rev. Dr. Sciiaf, of Mercersburg, will preach In tho First _dermaa Reforms.! Church, to-morrow (_Suuduj) _morningi in the English, flud in H»e evening in the German _langnaee. _JKP* Confirmation and Communion.—Rev. A. L. Herman will _admiulstor the rite of Confirmation to his class of catecaitmens in Si. Juhu'_a Cliurcb, Hamburg, thia »rceruoon at I o'clock ; and to-m<k*f<t«r (Sunday) morning at 10 o'clock, will celebrate the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 10" Ordination.—Rev. Uriah II. Heilman, of Lebanon county, was, on Thursday evening last, in _Smanual Church, namburg, ordained to the ministry ty the Lebanon _Classis of the German Reformed Church. He has been called to the pastorship of. tho German Reformed _congre...

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

U3^> Reading Railroad.—Spriho Arrange mbkt of _PAssBNaEB _Traihs.—Wo are requested to state that on Monday noxt, April 20th, tbe _following changes will be made in the Pasuenger Train Schednle of the Reading Railroad: ' Koadlng Accommodation Train will leave Reading st 6 A. H,, instead of 6,20, and Philadelphia at S P. M., instead of 4.30. Tba Western Express will leave tho Upper Depot at 11..17 midnight—tbe New-York Express starting from Harrisbarg at 2.10 A. M. There will be so changes in the other Passenger Trains. t&~ Admitted to tub Bar.—Tuesday, April 14,1S63, in tba Conrt of Common Pleas, on motion of the lion. John Banks, Ciiabi_._ks Resist Jokes and Richmond I.. JoNEri were admitted to practice iu the several Courts of _Berkx eonnty. We understand that O. H. Jose?, Emi.. intends to make Philadelphia his futnre rtmlduuce, and that R. L. JoNBfu iix'l , will practice at the Bar of Berts eonnty.

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

Wm" Tins 128th Pknma. _Reqimknt.—Wo have a very grattrymg account from (hit Regiment, which, a* our readers know, is principally composed of Berks county men. Its original term of enlistment was for nine months only, whiob will expire in less than four weeks; but Col. Matthews, who is now In command, and is much beloved by the whole Regiment, _1h anxious that tbe mon should re-en list, and will exert all his _Influence to reconstruct the Regiment with as much of its present material a« he can retain. .»»—__ _«_Qy Nbw Landlord.—Mr. Daniel M. Wound, late of the Washington Kostanrant , has become the landlord or the old and well-known Itotol in South Fifth gtreot, formerly " Kepple's," where ho in now at home, well prepared to accommodate _gnests in the bent manner. Mr. Weaud is fortunate in the _posHosKion or a wife who in a No. 1 housekeeper and cook; so that all who pot up at his _hoosa will bo sure of comfoitabio _Iodginga aud flratrato fare.

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

_VSt~ Our Correspondent X has Bent us a rejoinder to the Journal of last week. We are compelled bo postpone its publication until next Saturday, on account of the pressure of War N_^ws and local matters upon our columns this morning. National Convention.—The Report of the minority of the Committee on Federal Relations, ot the State Senate, on the petitions of citizens of Pennsylvania for a National Convention of the States as a means of peace and _restoration of the Union, will be found on the fourth page of thi9 week's paper. It was in typo for insert ion last week, but crowded out by a press of other matter that could not be deferred.

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

TnE Nine Months' Men.—The main object of the recent visit of Governor Ciirtin to the army of tho Potomac, wo arc informed, was for the purpose of promoting the success of tho re enlistment of those whose terms will expire in a few weeks. lo this, the information is, that he has been highly successful; and it is believed that at least two-thirds of the nine months' men will re enlist, after they have had a month's leisure and recreation at home. All who re-enlist will receive the full bounties, and their number will go to make up our quota of tbe new call that will be made under tho Conscript law.—Philadelphia Press.

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

TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 21st, 1S63_, FOR A MASS MEETING OF THE _DBHOCRACT OP BERKS COIUSTV, To Do held at the COURT HOUSE In tbe City of READl _S G, At 1 o'clock. P. iH. W. B. _ALBRIGDT Chairman of the Democratic Standing Committee. Reading, April 14,1S63. P. 8.—The Members of the Standing Committee are requested to meet at the Keystone House, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day.

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

«6_¥"Horse Thief Arrested.—Samuel _Rishel Wag _affetted on Tuesday evening, the 7th inut., at the White Horse Hotel, in Pottsville, on the charge of _atonling a horse from Mr. John H. Uonne, In Jofi'orson township, Berks county, on the night of tbe 1st I nut. It is stated that the stolen horse was taken to Schuylkill county, and sold by l_'.iahel to Wm. _Williaran, for $15. After a boaring before Justice Chrisinatt, th» _aicufted Was Committed to HWftll a requisition from the Court of Burks county. lie was bronght to this city, and lodged in our County Prison, on the 10th inst.. to await trial.

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

New CowMTEapKiT.—The following new and dangerous counterfeit on the notes of a Bank that has a considerable circulation in this vicinity ia noticed in the last issue of Peterson's Detector; Farmers' and Jj/_otors1 Bunk, _Wapnesburp, Pa.—5s, altered—vig. farmers loading hay : right end, 5, portrait of a girl; loft end, /?»e, female kneeling, with sheaf of grain on her head.

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

_KrT * A Rich Treat in Store —A _Hrand _Fn auguration " Uop," undor tho superintendence of tho Waxhington Hone Company, will take place in Aulflulmcli's new Kail, on Wednesday evening, April 29th. Wm. Q. Von Neida, Eki| , will act as Master of Ceremonies, and. altogether the matter is in such bands a* canuot fail to make it decidedly We entertainment of the Season.

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

Ki_^ Hospital Closed.—The United States Military Hospital, which was established in the buildings of tho Berks County Agricultural Society about eight months ago, has been closed, by order of the Government. The few remaining patients, 2:) In number, were on Wednesday _iaet transferred to tbe Hospital at Broad and Cherry streets, in Philadelphia.

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

SATURDAY, APRIL IS, VMS _Bia ¦ br ightest banner that floats on tbe gale, _Tlag of theeonntry of Washington, hall I Bed are thy stripes with the blood of the brave Bright are thy stare as the sun on the -wave; Wrapt tathy folds are the hopes of the Free, Run n_«r of Washington! blessings on thee!

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