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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Xlfth Ward Democratic _Cluth ft MKKTING OF THE _IUSAIOCRAT1C CLUB J\_ of the Fifth (North-West) Ward, will be held at tbe public house of Daniel Heebner, this evening at S o'clock. Au eleciion for _olllcers will be held. May3-H] _WHAUTON MOKRIj, Secretary. To the School Directors of Serbs* THB UNDERSIGNED AGAIN OFFERS HIMwlf as a candidate fur tbe KUPEKINTENDENOY ot tha Schools of Berks county, subject to the decision of the Directors. Sbould be be honored, a aecond time, with tb«ir trusf, ho will endeavor «o to act aa to _deiierve the same, aud _pledges _litui_»elf to discbarge tbe duties of the office to the best of his ability. Heading, May 2-lt] JOHN S. BRMKNTKOUT. Sur Estate of Jacob Zerbe, sen.! dee'd. TyrOTlCE IS _JJERRDV _tilVKiV, THAT AN J_ 1 _innuixHion or valuation of the Real Estate late of Jacob Zerbe, sen., of the township of Brecknock, in tbe county of Berks, deceased, will be held on Tuesday, the 26th day of May, A. 1>.. 1 SOS, at 10 o'clock, A. M , on tbe...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

B6P" Chinese Sugae Cake.—Mr. J. L. Stichter, of the Old White Store, has received from Mansfield, Ohio, a lot of Chinese Sugar Cane seed-for free distribution to Farmers and others. Persons desirous of cultivating Sugar Cane will call at tbe ftbwe store for seed. Growing the cane and _raanufactiuintr sugar i_« the most profitable _bunioess for agriculturists, aud the object of free distribution of eoed is to stimulate parties to go into tbe _bnaiucBii of Sugar Cane growing. _|g§f~ Fatal _Railkoau Accident.—Ou Sunday last, a lad named Jamea O'Koilly, sou of Jobn O'Rolllj', residing at _Leesport, was unfortunate enongh to get under a coal train near tbat place, by which his left leg was cut off at the thigh. The lad was only 12 years of age, aud survived the accident bnt two hours. ©gr Government Loans.—Jay Cooke has opened an agency for the sale ot the U. S. 6 per cent. Government bonds, at tbe Reading Savings Bank, where these highly desirable securities maybe obtained, in lurge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

f@* Sale of Wobks of Art.—The valuable private collection of Oil Paintings and other Works of Art, that belonged to the late Gen. George M. Keini, of this city, and with which many of our readers are familiar, will be sold at auction thin evening at the Cusseldorf _Qallery, No. _SiS Broadway, New York, by II. H. Leeds & Co., by order of the _Execntors of Gen. _Keitn's estate, It is groatjy to foe regretted that this collection of rara pictures could not have been purchased by same of oar own citizens, and thus retained here, as a memorial of the liberality and taste in art of tbe lamented owner. ISP" Military Ithms.—Captain Joseph & Holmes, of Company I, 7th Pennxylvania Reserves, baa resigned bis command, and received an honorable discharge from the service of the United States. Capt. Holmes and his Company fought in all the battles in which tho gallant Penna. Reserves were engaged, and have suffered so 6e.ve.rely from the casualties of war, tbat bat 26 men ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Letter from the Army.—Hon. Hiester Clymer-Camp 151st P. V., Near Faimouth, Va , 1 April 24th, 1863. / Me. J. L. Getz. Dear Sir:—With extreme pleasure I inform you, that the name of tbe Hon. Hiester Cltmer is very popular in the Army of the Potomac among the brave and noble Pennsylvanians, who stand ready to defend the Constitution of the United States upon the ground that, he interprets. He is regarded by tbe leading men here from all counties of the Old Keystone, as the truest and _safest man that can be entrusted with the responsible position of doreraor of the great Arch-Stone of tho Union. The officers from Berks, Piko, and Warren, of this Regiment, highly appreciate the course of the 13th Senatorial District , and Perry county, and express their moat heartfelt hnpe that the Democracy from all the counties of the State will honor themselves by nominating the man that possesses the talent and integrity to restore what abolition corruption has ruined. Yours, Respectfully, E. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

_XfTOTXCS To the Members of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Slaking Spring, Berts C6ttttty, JS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT TO MEET THE demands npon an exhausted Treasury, the Managers ve, tut in such cases made and provided, levied Assessment No. 12, of one dollar upon each thousand Insured, payable to tbe Treasurer, or the authorized _Ageuts of the Company , within 40 days from date; and for tbe convenience of tbe Members, tnofoUowiugdaye and places have been appointed to receive payment. JtSf- Members will not forget to bring their Polices when they come to pay: Monday, May 11th, Manderbach's, Wnmelsdorf. Tueeday, (forenoon) May 12tb, KIopp's, _Stoncbsbnrg. Do (afternoon) " " _fipaunutu'a, Tulpehoccon. Wednesday, May 13th, _Peifer'u. (till 3 o'clock) Bethel. * Do " " Kurr_'s, (all day) _Millersburg. Thursday, May 14th, _Brobtst's. _Behrersborg. Friday, (forenoon) May 1.3th, 3I»yer's, _Ktraustown. Do (afternoon) " " Holtzuian's, Schaeferetown. Saturday, May llich, Klopp's, North Heid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FIRST CLASS HOTEL AT PRIVATE SALE 4 LL THAT ELEGANTLY BUILT POURJ\^ Story BK_1CK PUBLIC HODSE, known aii -Oaniel Houiram'_n Golden Swan Hotnl," kllnaia _dt the _cAruer nf M>' _eDD anil Fonrtb Streets, in the city of ti>>adlntt, Pennsylvania, is offered at private sale. Lot tO feet front on I_'enn atroet, aud £70 feet deep on Fourth Ktrcet. Tho Hotel is modern built, very _substantial and lately erected. Tbe _building is 6u feet front, by YU> feet deep, with a _lar_^e two-atory back bu _ilding. liatb-rooms With hot and culd water; WHter-closotB on eacb lloor. Tbe whole house is comfortably heated by _at«am appiLratuH. With the lateBt _iinprovameuts. Eacb room c*n be heated separately, if desired. Convenient with kitcueu aud steam do ing-closet. Four store rooms ou first lloor, oue on I'eun streetaud three on Fourth street. Stone arches under tbe entire pavementwith a good Well of Water in one of tliom; Ice Houooand Store House A _n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

WCot. McCarter Reinstated.—We un derstand, unofficially, that Col. J. M. McCarter, of the 93d Pennsylvania Volunteers, lias been reinstated in the _colnuaiul of tbat _lio_^imeut. Tbe _llarrisburg Telegraph, _iii noticing the fact, say*:—'• There must he something wrong abont _ttin mailer. Jiitber Col. UcOarter was grossly misrepresented when bo was discharged from the service, or the authorities are running a great risk, and periling tbe discipline and lives of good men by reinvesting him with command-" _^_SF_^Master _Wiir.r._Mc_'a _Ooscbet, on Thursday night, wa» well attended, and gave general satisfaction. H in performances on tbe Piano were fully up to the expectations tbat were formed of his extraordinary musical trenlus. He haa none of the vanity and affectation that Kometiiiien take bold of _preeoeiuug _yonugutarn to lien t hoy become tbe _subjects of public notice aud applause, but exhibits his abilities with a inudasty and unobtrusiven&is tbat are highly comme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Wkeck of the Steamee Anglo-Saxon.—The British steamer Anglo Saxon, bound to Quebec, from Liverpool and Londonderry, from which latter port she sailed on the 17th ult., was wrecked in a dense fog four miles off Cape Race on Monday last, at noon. She had four hundred and forty-four persons on board, of whom three hundred and sixty were passengers, and of whom two hundred and thirty-seven are supposed to have'been lost. The _Anglo>Saxon is the twentieth _vossel wrecked since the establishment _^ steam navigation on the Atlantic, and it is somewhat remarkable that the line to which she belonged has lost no less than six steamers since 1857. The rapidity with which she went down proves that the damage must have been irremediable; for within one hour after she struck, her deck broke up. Under the circumstances it may be regarded as fortunate that so many were saved.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Jl_®^ Union Prayer Meetiko.—At a meeting of _ih.. friends <>f llio Union Prayer _Mentlug. held on Satur. day _cvfuiiiKi April :." _>, 1S_83_, In tho _Evangelical Mls»_lon Cbii'ih, _Chestnut Street, the following Kx«cutive Committee was appointed, from the Churches named. Evangelical Mission Church—William B. Young, J. n. Wortu. HtiKHr_._zrT JKdliuJist _GhuT'_-'h—John Kudoljihy_, Thomas F. l'urviu. VifH Prrsl'iiterian Church—JobD _1'eftce, Jan. Korton. Seeinul _Oeriuan lirfurmal Church—William Hill, Horatio _Jones. . _Ht. Peter's _iletluidint Church—Henry Peace, Benjamin _Wamcher. Eon.nge.Ueal _SltlhoiUnl Chmrch_, Slhst.—Cbas. Sacbman, John 1_'iive. Church of the United Brethren, dlh St.—John Gossler, Henry Zieher. Baptist Church, Chestnut St.—Adam Johnston, Jonathan Jones. St. _Maitlieto's LuViernn Church, Franklin St.—John D. Brown, Frederick Fox. It waR resolved-that tho several clergymen or the city ho re_<tn«»i<,d to _o.>u.lu.;t _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

8*5?* Fatal _Shootiho Affray.—Last. Friday evening, at Reuben ft. _Spender's tavern, near Wernersvtile, J»cob _Dampuiau and Jotoj.1i I_'ox got luto a <i<mrrel about a mere trifle, and soon became so excited that Solomon Siegfried, a friend of Sampman's, interfered to quiet them, when Dampman suddenly drew a pistol aud tired it at Fox. The ball struck him in the side and glanced oil into tbe stomach of Siegfried, wounding him so severely that he died on Monday night, about 9 o'clock. Immediately after the occurrence, _Dampmun came to town voluntarily with several friends, and delivered himself np to the authorities. He was held in $1000 bail, and allowed to go borne to await the result of tbe wound inflicted upon Siegfried. After the death of the latter, he was re-uvrested aud lodged in jail. On _Thursday afternoon, he bad a hearing pu habeas corpus before Judges Woodward and Scball, tbe question being whether, as the homicide was accidental, or at least without preme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

PUBLIC SALE Of Valuable Steam Grlit Mill and Wharf Property In the City ot Heading. "TTTJLL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. ON Y T _SaturdHy, the 6th day of June, 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. H , at the _Tackerack Hotel, near tbe Lancaster Bridge, Min the said Citv: All that certain well known MILL and WHAIlF PROPEitTY. owned by George K. Vrlll and Solomon Hrubaker, _sitnate at the confluence of Third and Bttigaman streets and the Schnylkill Cansl. The Mill Rnlldtng Is four-stories high on Canal, and threestories on Third street, well aud substantially but It of brick anJ stone. With 5 run of _Btonog, 1 of whlflll are _Frensh Burr; £_mnt Machine, with the modern improvements. A flrst-clahsOO hurne power Engine with 3 boilers 30 feet long, :S_4 Inches _diameter Engine and Boiler-house, a two story Ware-bonse, frame Cooper Shop, frame Salt House. Tbe Mill building is -iO by 10 feet, tbe machinery nearly new and in excellent order. Also, the Wharf property Witb complete _arrangement* for loading a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

_fSSr* FaoM _Doreil' s Battebx.—A letter from a member of Capt. Durell's Battery, dated at Richmond, Kentucky, April 22d, 1863, says:—"We left Mt. Sterling on Friday morning at 10 o'clock, and reached Winchester that afternoon. On Saturday we reached _Boonesborongb, the town of Daniel Booue, the Pioneer. It exists merely in name, as a town—only three or four houses making tbe place. Here we were compelled to _ctoss the Kentncky river by a ferry. Ydhterday we _mored (o thin place. It Is the finest looking town I have Been in the Slate, and seems to be a place of considerable _business. Wears encamped in the fortiGcations built by Gen. Kelson, from which be was driven by the rebels about the time of the Bull Knn disaster, W» are 2(i miles from Lexington. A little east of South Richmond if) the county tmvu of Madison county, on the d:: ' ¦ '¦ '" *¦.¦»*' i'l'iir-K-wo, to ivj, jcb country I think we :_>ro bound, v. _' e wore paid >_lf last Wednesday, at Mt. _Sterling,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

TAKE NOTICE Tbe Unitkp States Circuit Couht, Western Diairict. of I% cnnRylv»ni», No. 1 of May Term, in 1862. in suit of THE PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY vs. THOS. G. CHASE, decreed to the Company/on November 15, 1802, the EXCLUSIVE right granted by a pulent owned by _theta for the SAPONIFIER. Patent dated October 21, 185(5. Perpetual injunction awarded. <¦ ._{ THE _PENNSYLVINIA SALT MANUFACTURING CO. OFFICES: 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pitt St. and _Dnquesne Way, Pittsburgh*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Democratic Township Meetings.—A meet ing of the Democrats of Cumru, Bobeson and the neighboring townships, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the public house of Jacob Becker, in Cumru, for the purpose of organizing a Democratic Club, in pursuance of a resolution of the Democratic County Committee. A mqfjlng of the true friends of the Constitution and Union, will be held in Alsace town-¦hip, at the public house of Peter _Fiee, on Saturday next, May 9th, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of organizing a Democratic Club. Addresses will be delivered, in English and German.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

REMOVAL HENRY CROUSE, HAS BEMOVKU HIS Wholesale Fancy Dry Goods and Notion Store, TO No. 16, WEST PENN SQUARE, READING, PA., DJOININCr JOHN 8. PEARSON & COS., r\ where he oilers to the trade and retail customers, the largest and most desirable assortment of goods in his Hue ever brought to this city. His stock consists in part of Hosiery and ¦Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Tailors' Trimmings, Perfumery and Fancy Soxps; Jewelry, Combs, Pins, Needles, Thread, Sewing Silks, Jtc., tihnq Findings, Drugs £t*tlottdry, Cutlery, tttld a _groit V&tiety of Miti«elUne6U8 Articles and Notions too numerous to mention. £3_^" Country Merchants. _Pediers, Milliners and others supplied by wholesale at the lowest city prices for Cash. May 2,1S63.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

10* " Thb Aqb"—the new Democratic Daily in Philadelphia_^has been materially enlarged, and now ranks, in point of size, &mong the largest journals in the country. It is also a first-class paper in all respects. Its commercial, literary, news and political departments, are conducted with vigor and ability; and it fully meets the expectations of all who were solicitous for the establishment of a high-toned, enterprising, bold, live Democratic organ in Pennsylvania. The Democracy of Philadelphia and of the State at large shonld see to it, that The Age is liberally supported.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

I®* _Doixas of Councils—The Cily Fathers, at their meeting last Saturday nigbt, appropriated $20 for placing a lamp at the corner of thn private alley on North f_.ftj) gtroef_, _Bdfojnjnu the Post Office. The more JiKb_{ (h_« better; but there area great many darker placed than that, where a street-lamp would be much more useful. CounuiU _bitve also appropriated $100 for tbe repair of the pavements in tho Market Uuu?e.s and their extensions —Homulhiii K that _1h badly needed. A paved crossing between the iwv Markets tp needed even more titan these repairs. Let uk have an appropriation for that also. The Mayor's nomination of Kkduen Ooobiiakt as _Chiaf of Police, in place of Jacob B. Mast, resigned, wan seal in to Select Council _laat _£ain' rd*y, but not acted on. Ou motion <>t\lt. I._fViib, U Was _lalj _ovef for one WMk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

First of May.—For once in many years we have had a "May Day" such as the poets describe. All nature smiled yesterday, under the aweet influences of a clear eky, a warm sun and a balmy breeze, laden with the odor of violets and fresh verdure. The trees put forth their young leaves and gay blossoms, the grass donned its brightest green to welcome the genial sunbeams, the flowers burst their swelling buds, and all outdoors invited to a ramble in the woods and field?. The day was truly one to be marked with a white stone in memory's casket.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

The Latb Gkn. Tkrrill.—An interesting obituary notice of the late Brigadier General William R. Tkbbill—origiaally published, we believe, in the New York Times—will be f ound on the first page Of this week's paper. It is a well deserved tribute to the personal worth, professional abilities, and self-sacrificing bravery of aa true a soldier as ever laid down his life for his country. The many friends here who mourn his untimely d_^sth, will find a sad pleasure in reading this biographical sketch.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

State School Sci'erihtendent.—Gov. Curlin has appointed Charles 11. _Coburn, M Bradford _county, State Superintendent of Public Schools, in place of lion. Thos. II. Currowca, whose term has expired. Mr. B. has made a remarkably efficient officer, and his re-appointment was earnestly desired by the friends of education, without respect to parly; but as lie was suspc<3_le<l of Democratic sympathies, the "no-party" politicians demanded his removal, and the appointment of a rabid Abolitionist in his stead.

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