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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Spring Dry Goods! NOW OPENING AT DAVID NEFF'S, A LARGE SUPPLY OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS, All Wool Shepherd Plaids , Barege Anglais, English Challies, Spring Ohallies aud Muslin de Laities, _Mozauibiijues , Turin Cloths and Alpaeeaa, Chintzes , Prints and Ginghams, Needle worked Collars , Kid Gloves, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs , &c. Also, aQ 4 9_w_« Int xaou&snsra shawls, Bombazine , Cashmere , Coburg, All-Wool De Laines , Bareges, Calicoes and other MOURNING GOODS. PIANO and TABLE COVERS, BALMORALStogether Witt \ variety of other Good?, at & moderate advance. Thankful for past favors and respectfully solicits a continuance of tbe same. fAprll 18

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

A FIGHT AT NONCEtfA , MISS. Three regiments of infantry and one of cavalry left Memphis lately on a scouting expedition. A fight_^occurred at Noncena, Miss , where they repulsed the rebels, and drove them across the ColJwater. They were reinforced heavily there, and oar troops then fell back to Hernando. DESTRUCTION OF THE TOWN OF CELTNA, TENN. The U. S. expedition to Celina has returned to _Glasgow, Tenn., having destroyed the former place, together with 100,000 lbs. bacon. 20,000 bushels wheat and _cow», 100 barrels flour, 100 barrels whiskey, and a considerable quantity of _Bugar, coffee, tea, salt, etc., besides forty rebel transport boats. The rebels admit a loss of 20 billed, wuile our loss was only one killed and one missing. CAVALRY SKTRMISH IN ARKANSAS—CAP TURE OF PIKETON. A cavalry skirmish _ia reported to have taken place near Helena, Ark., on the 20th, with no great result. A movement of infantry against l'iketon, Pike county, resulted in the capture of the town and a ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

NOTICE To Joseph Ileekmun and Peter Heekman, and others, the _lieirs ami next of kin, ana all others having any preamt «r _prospective _liiltAHml in. the premises, viz ! Tim _Eqfate of Daniel Ueckman, of Upper Hera' toumship, a Lunatic, so duly found by Inquisition. WHEREAS, THE SAID DANIEL HECKMAN was, on _Inquisition awarded by the Court of Common Pleas of Berks countyduly found by said inqueKt. viz: February 4,1S63, to be a Lunatic, and by roam_>_u of bai.l lunacy, to _hiiva been, far live years lust punt incapable of _managing bis _EcUte, consisting of an undivided moiety (the other moiety being owned by Wo. Heckman, a brother of said Lunatic) in a certain messuage and tract of land, in Upper Bern township aforesaid, _coatainlng 27 auras and V_*i& perches; and on the 2Sth day of February, 1863, George K. Haag, Esq., was appointed Committee of said Lunatic and gave bouj, which Was duly approved by tho Court, in the sum of $."00. And Whereas, said 8eor_#e K. Haas ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Proceeding's relative to the Death of Lieutenant Parvin, Co. E, 151st Regt. P. V. When the officers of the 15lst Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, heard of the death of Lient. Parvin, a fellow officer, they met to express their feelings in relation thereto. Lieut. Col. _McFarland stated the object of the meeting, when Capt. L. M. GEHHABT_, of Co. G, was chosen Presidentand Lieut. James L. Kkbkb, of Co. H, Secretary. The Committee on resolutions made the following report, which wan unanimously adopted: Wliereas, We have learned with regret that Ltent. Caleb Partimof Co. E, lolst Regiment Pennsylvania Votnnteera_, whose _resignation had been accepted on the 29th of ._Ylnreh but. oo account of ill health djeo; on the 7th of April, oo the Potomac, opposite Mount Ternon_, while returning to his home; therefore be it Resolved, That the soldierly qualities, gentlemanly bearing, and commendable Christian example of the deceased, merited and von onr highest esteem and most hearty approval,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

sroxxes TS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE ANNUAL I Meeting of tbe OLET HOB'E COMPANY, will be held "_^_. ou _Biitttrd&y, May 3d, at 1 o'clock, P. M., ¦2*9_^ at the hoube of Daniel Kemp, in Oley towuw/3^*""_^n_* ship, to organize and elect officers for the (_f _^^ lH eneuing year. Also, every member shall fi_^^_Vj prodnce a list and description, as near as .._^ \ g J * possibleof their Horse?, and those that _^ _£SK&S9SB have back-standing fines to pay, are respectfully requested to attendrZKA Z. 0BIE3B1IBR_, President, S. B. Knabe, Secretary. Nathan Knabb, Treasurer. MEMBERS: John H. Becbtel, John D. Griesemer, William Boyer. Jonas _Herbein. John R. Edelnian, Daniel Scbneider, Benjamin S. hitter, H. 1). OfUaemel1 _, Jacob Herbein, D. I). Gne-ieiner, William Knabb, Charles Koiff, John Iferbein, Isaac KeiB', _JimmvI. I.. (_3rie««_nser, D. K. Hunter, Oideon Snyder, John Deturk, Daniel Bntz, Solomon If. Ely, J. H. Hill, P. G, Guldin, Abraham li. Eeclitel, Jacob Uoch, sen., Sim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

LIQUOR STORE. I HAVE OPENED A LIQUOR AJJD WINE STORE, in the room formerly occupied by JOHN GREEN, IN THE " SCHMUCKER HOUSE." My friends are all invited to call and examine for themselves. All LIQUORS and WINES sold be me, shall be as represented. April 4,1863-tfJ JEREMIAH D. BITTING. $1OO. A LL DISCHARGED SOLDIERS WHO HAVE J\ been -wounded In battla. are now entitled to ONE HUMDBBD DOLLARS POUNTVthe same as tf they had Berved for tWO years. Apply immediately in person or byletter, at the AB._BX7 AND WAVI INFORMATION and COLLECTION OFFICE of the subscriber, and your claims will be promptly collected. E. H. SUEAKEK, Attorney at Law And Bounty and Pension Agent, Court Street, Beading March 7,1803-tf ' MONEY TO LOAN. APPLY TO JACOB C. SCHOBNBB, Commercial Broker Office—Conrt street, [march 88

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement , COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1863. Direct to New-York Without Change of Can. _eggggl tk^\ ON AND AFTER MONDAY, BZja gg _jijSlllakApril 20thl SBS, Passenger Trains "" "Ml* "T_^S—" 1 leave Reading daily, (Sundays excepted) for Alleutown, Mauch Chunk, Bethlehem, Easton, New-Jork, &c_, Ac, at 4.14 A. M., 11.13 A. M., and 4.20 P. M. from the UFPEB DEPOT. The 4.14 k. M. train is the EaBtern Express, without change of cars from Pittsburgh, and arrives iu New-York at 9.1o A. W. This train will stop only at Lyons, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and the principal stations on tha Jersey Central. The 11.15 A. M. Train will stop at all Stations between Heading and Allfintown, and the 4 00 P. M. Train at all Stations, except Merztown and Al Burtls. The _ll.lfi A. M. Train arrives in New-York at 6.00 P. M., and the 4.20 P. M. Train at 10.15 P. M. Trains will leave New-York dally (except Sundays) at 6 A. M., 12 noon, and 7 P. M., at the foo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Valuable Lots for Sale, On the East Side of North Eighth Street, between McManu&'s Iron Works, and the Steam Forge, npilE UNDERSIGNED OFFER AT PRIVATE |_ SALK, on moderate _tennx, 6 Building Lots, 22 feet 2 inches front, by 120 feet deep to a 10 feet_'alley. Also four Lots W by 100 feet, fronting on Cedar Alley. A good title, free from incnmbranceB_, will be assured to tbe purchasers. A. a. GKEEN, ABRAHAM KEKPER. Inquire Of A. a. Green, Conrt Street, where a draft of the property can be seen. [April 18-tf AUDITOR'S NOTICS. THE UNDERSIGNED, AUDITOR, APPOINTED by the Orphaus' Conrt of Berka County, to audit, restate and resettle tbe account or _QeorKO K, Levan_, Guardian of _Quioter Stout, decewiud, one of tbe children of Valentine E. Stout, late of the city or Heading, Berks Connty, deceased, and make distribution among tbe person* legally entitled thereto ; hereby gives notice tbat he will meet tbe parties interested at bis office in East Penn _Square, in tbe city of Hea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

watches, Jewelry and Diamonds. LEWIS X.ADOZVIUS & Co., 802 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, _| 2_L HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE Jfew Ign&stock of Gold and Silver |\Vatches, £ . _ui ¦*«»_s»saitable for Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys' wear ""*¦" Some of onr own importation, extra fine quality. Oar assortment ot' Jewelry _conxists of ihe most fashionable and rich designs j as also the plainer and less expensive. Silver Spoons, Forks, Pie, Cake and Fruit Knives; also, a large variety of fancy Silver Ware, suitable for Bridal Presents. We bave also on band a most splendid assortment of DIAMOND JBWB&BT of All _klnta _»o _wbjcfe we jnyij8 especial attention. Onr prices will _Te found considerably less than the same articles are usually sold for. E_^_PAll kinds of Watches repaired in the very best manner and warranted to give satisfaction. WEDDING RINGS on hand and made to order. Call or address LEWIS LADOMUS * CO., April 18-5mo] 802 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, P. S.—T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

{Prom the Episcopal _St_66*SU_*.\ £t. Heleim Island, March 30,1863. Messrs. Editors:—Tour Christian readers will doubtless be glad to bear of the work of grace going on in onr Regiment10Uh Pa. _Yols. Abont a month ago I noticed an increased demand for library books, and an improvement in (be attendance upon our regular services. Encouraged by thin, I commenced _turea weeks ago a series of daily evening meetings, held in the open air by the light of a large pine torch. As the result of these meeting*. I have already baptized 28, and have received as communicants 19 more, -who bad been baptized in _infinc<-, making 47 added to the Church, all of themas far as man can jud_^e, truly con-Vfrioii men. _Mtuy others are very serious, and the great improvement in the morals of tbe _ttegimeot at large in remarked by all. An important HKgncy in this work bag beeu, I find, letters from Christian friendsaad'lhe knowledge that Cnriatiao friends were praying for them. Another great help h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

fliM& MANHOOD; _taST HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED! Just _Ptiblished, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents. A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREAT-/Xment and Radical Care of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Sexnal Debility, _Nervonsness, and Involuntary _Kmitssione, inducing Impotency, Consumption, and Mental and Physical Debility. By ROB'T J. CULVERWBLL, 91. D. The Important fact that the awfnl consequences of Selfabuse may be effectually removed wlthoutinternal medicine or the dangerous application of caustics, instruments, medicated bougies, and other empirical devices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and highly successful ireatkneal as adapted by the celebrated author, folly _ex_> plained, by means of which every one is enabled to can himself perfectly, and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove a boon to thoneanda and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

POTATOES I POTATOES! I FOR SEED AND FAMILY USE. rpHB ATTENTION OP FARMERS, STOREJ. keepers and others, is invited to onr large stock of all the different varieties of POTATOES for planting or con-Biirnptlon, which has been selected with great care, and parties purchasing can rely upon getting the article they may want and without misrepresentation. We have now in store and arriving the following varieties: laine Mercers, Prince Alberts, Sarly Junes, Bine do Buckeyes, Do P. Eyea, White do Peach Blows, Do Dykemans, Jackson Whites, Carters, Michigan W. Sprout, Wood Seedlings, Pink Kyes, Strawberry, 4c, 4c, from various sections of the country, North, West and East. All information will be cheerfully given of the yield, quality and cultivation of tbe different varieties. We wtll sell In lots to stilt purchasers &l lowest Wholl* tale Market Prices. 13" All orders by mail or otherwise, accompanied with the Cash, promptly attended to. _« WOODRUFF & BRO., Prodnce Commissio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING. A SPECIAL _S1EETING OF THE BERKS Caunty Agricultural _Society will be held at Housum's Hotel, ou Saturday, May 2d, 1864, at 1 o_'clock in tbe afternoon. Punctual attendance on the part of the members is particularly requested. JAMES 8. HILL, President. Lewis Bbinbr, Secretary. [April 18-3t _CASK PAID T_?0R OLD COPPER, BRASS, PEWTER, LEAD P and ZINC, at Douglas & Connard's Machine Shop and Brass Foundry, Corner of Sixth and Chestnut Streets, Reading. [April 18-6t RENTING OF THE MARKET STALLS AND STANDS. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE 1._^1 Stalin aud Stands iu the Beading Markers will be Let at public auctionon SATURDAY, MAY 2,1863, by the Committee on Markets, 'conformable with an Ordinance passed March 23th, 1863. Letting to commence at 9 o'clock n the forenoon. April 1S-21] ADAM WAID, Secretary.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Reapers and Mowers. qpHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING TAKEN THE I Agency for Dodge, Stevenson & Co'a., Celebrated Combined Reaper and Mower With or without 8elf.Rak.lng attached, alio for toelr SINGLE MOWER, takes pleasure in annonnctnic to those in want of such Machines for tbe present coming _harreat, that these machines have been tested for years, and are warranted to work well in grain or grass, and are made in the most durable mannerso that they are easily kept in good working order. Orders ny letter will be attended to by _kddrteslbt, _' U6 at Reading. The Machine can be ieen and orders given at S. Herman's Seed and Implement Store, opposite the Post Office. Those in want of Machines will do well to order early, as the large demand this season may exhaust the supply before the harvest is commenced. April 18-2mo] G. J. _WILLSOIT, Beadinir, Pa. F. S —A few active persons wanted in different parts of the county to take orders and start Machines, None need apply bnt those accusto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

Commercial Broker. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN I out a License as a COMMERCIAL BK0KBR, is prepared to negotiate for the _pttrehaoe and Sale Of REAL ESTATE, COIN, STOCKS, BONDS, MORTGAGES, and other Securities, Goods in unbroken Packages, Collection of Bents, and any _other bnldaMs Of a Commission Broker or Agent. _49r Parties having business to do Iu his line are request ed to give him a call. JACOB 0. _SCHOSNBB, OFFICE n Court Street, next door abore Alderman chcene r. • _JFeb 28

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

BATCHELORS HAIR DTE! THE BEST IN TUB WORLD. _Wii.liax A. Batchei.or's celebrated Halt- Dye produces el color to be distinguished from nature—warranted not to Injure the Hair in tbe least; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes, and iuY!g<mtte<) th« Hair for life, OKEY, RED , or KUSTY HAIR ingtautiy turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft aud beautiful. Sold by all Druggists, &c. _E_^Tue Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHET.OR, on the four sides ofeaeh. box. Factory, No. 81 Barclay Street, Hew-York, (Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond street.) may 31-1 y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

CLOAKS, _SSiLATirXiS efts KHITS. JOHN S. PEARSON & CO., No. 18 WEST Penn Street, have now on hand a large assortment of the newest styles of SPRING CLOAKS In Slack, Black Mixed and Colored CLOTHS. Black Stella SHAWLS, Striped and Plaid SHAWLS tn Spring colors; also, SHAWLS for Summer wear. Spring BALMORAL SKIRTS for Ladies and Misses. The best makes of HOOP SKIRTSwith the latest Improvements, and of tbe most fashionable shapes. April IS •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

t_^ Forney confessed that object of tha " Union Leagues" is to elect <yi _abolition President in 1864 This must be consoling to weak-headed Democrats who join them from " patriotic" motives. Judge Woodruff made a speech at a-" Union League" meeting in Cincinnati, ou Friday evening of week before last, when he confessed that tbe " League's object is to carry the coming elections, and to organize so as to carry them by _blpodihtd if necessary."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

0_A&TST8: _oAMomii _PTIHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED I an assortment of CABPKTB, to which tbe attention ot purchasers la Invited. Also—Marseilles and Bomestta Qalfts. April 18] DAVID _KBff. JUST _RBCBjVjm?, Cif\_f\n FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL 4&{JUU oct4-tf WM. RH0AD_8 . Jr. T> OLOGNA SAUSAGES.—FOR SALE AT Jj PBooocr_* "TprU« 40 aoatb fifth Mntt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 25 April 1863

_fg» Horace Qreeley is reminded by the N. 1' . World that his ninety days are almost up. He declared we ought to abandon the contest with the South and submit to disunion if we did not overwhelm the rebellion before the first of May. The time is near at hand, and, of course, Mr. Greeley will be as good as his word, and on the morning of the 2d of May will advocate a recognition of the Southern Confederacy and an immediate stoppage of the war.

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