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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

THE JAMES RIVER EXPEDITION. B._«pnlae of the Federal annboats. Offiolai Reports) of the Engagement . _Washihotok, May 20,1862. The following reports have been received at the Navy Department, from Commodore Ooldsborough : Uhitid Statis Steamkb Galbna, \ Off City Point, James river, May 16,1862. / Sib: I have the honor to report this vessel, the _Aroostook, the Monitor, and the Port Royal, with the Naug&luch, moved up the ?iv*rF getting aground several times, but meeting, no artificial impediments until we arrived at Ward's Bluff, about eight miles from Richmond, where we encountered a heavy battery and two separate batteries formed of spiles, and steamboats and sail vessels. The pilots both say that they saw the Jamestown and Yorktown among the number. The hunt™ of t h a river we-fnnnd lined with rifle pits, from which sharpshooters annoyed the men at the guns. These would hinder tte remova.1 of the obstrtistlbns, unless driven away by a land force. •» The Galena ran wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

DOINGS IN CONGRESS Washington, Tuesday, May 13. Senate.—The Pacific Railroad bill was reported bat)k by the select committee, and a motion -was offered to make it. the special order fox Thursday next, which was disagreed to by a vote of 17 to 19.' The bill providing for 'the '' protection of Indians who have adopted , civilised habits, was passed,. A j«infe resolution,. was passed, to _prbvide for taVpre&B&tfon of aie8&ll_^f fe_» or to enlisted men and volunteeM. The Military committee reported thatrGeneral Smith was not drank at the battle of Lee's ' Mills, anof that he is one of the most efficient officers in the Army. ' The Indian _Appropriation bi_^l, ahd th« bill prohibiting indirect traffic with the rebels, were _dinensaed. House.—The amendments of the Senate to the bill establishing a Depai ' tmeht of Agriculture were ooocarrod in. The Pension bill was passed, with an amendment <»,Uth_^i2lngl h« &pp_>i&ttteat of a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

8. M. PBTTBNOUVZi & CO., Ho. 37 PABK BOW, HEW-YOBK, & 6 STATE ST., BOSTON, Are Agents for the Beading Gatelle, in those cities, and are authorized to take Advertisements and Subscription! kT UK -it _AUV Attfts-tklfnfiod m*f*a _WATXOlf All TROOP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT A Meeting of the National Troop will he held on Saturday, Kay 24, at 1 o'clock. P. M.. at the pubiio _hooso of Jacob Suyder_, Oley Line Tavern, for the purpose of electing a Captain of said Company, In place of J. S. Hill, resigned. All member* are _strkily _reqaeated io _attegd. By order of JACOB L. _SCHABfPER, may 17-2t] _^ Lieut. Commanding. OKOAXr CONSECRATION. npHfi J_^_fiW ORGAN, BUIIT By MR, JOEL X Kantner, will, God willing, he consecrated with appropriate religiou ceremonies, in the Lutheran Church of St. Daniel (•• EekKtrche "),la Heidelberg to«rn«htp,lmtle from _Bobesonla and 3 mile* from _Womelsdorf, on Wednesday and Thursday before Wblt-Snnday_, to wit; the 4th ana 6th of June. He...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

f*OM _WA«MI«_O»S fl _QlfOBTANT PBOCIfAIIAT_^N,. Mont Linc»ln Repudiate! Genual fi°_jffitfB Abolition _ProolMMttiOii, _pbesidsnt of the united states. 811 A _PBOCT.AMATIOH. .. 0 ftf-a, There appears1 in the public priate _Carports to be. proclamation of Major. ' t Hunter, in the words and figures follow-Oeneiw"" , , ,,, -. ,„. ... i; , ,. (ow_«f ; '¦ :' ' '".! '' _tfsAfiQtJABTMS DffUtHBR OF *MM\ Sovm, _Hiwoh H«ad_, 8; C, } May 9.1862. jr _. n_^_nmvm. No. 11;—The three States n«_wta _riorida, and Soath._Carolmm com-<fflS MiUu_? fi_»P«^«nt of th* South, P'_^_driibewtely _d«_,|^dth_«mMl_*w«o I6ng. ta "_°!i the protection tff _tte «*«**' tftates of er-1 ana having taken tip arms ' agafcst the United States it beeame a military neces-^ declare them under martial la*_, _fnfc 253wfr done on Ww _g> t_\ _totf *prtf, wt?., slavery and martial Hew m a _ftse _oonn_* lS) . ftltoeether incompatible. The _peraont "! !!L three Slatesr-Geotgia, Florida, and >» _f caroUna-hewt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

THE EVACUATIOH OP _PBHSAC0_LA. CO)IMANP£B POBXBft ' s OV_^tiM^^' _CfK I_^- ' i _ATPAIRS AT _MOBttB. . /, _, ¦ ' . ' ¦ ' _, J WAstmaTOir, Wednesday, May 21,1862; ¦ -The follpwfiijg report concerning the evacuation of * _Fensaoolai and the conditioo of affair! _»i T Motnlei has been received >tX 4h_« Navy 'BeJ partment'fcom .Com. _Porter,, of the ' mortar'||»ei ,. : , „ ¦ ¦ ;.v'tr._^a»f*»i«* BA»BMiLAa_»,_%._^-: _^ x V P»_i**c<*VMay'10,1862. / _" the] steamers belonging- to, the _nwrtar ._floiOU and tha_.Saehem _i forMobflf Bar_* for the purpose _fam they should sjitivs. Great exoitetteot _t«em_«4 lo exlaf "within the forts on |he appear- , : _anpe of onr _ateamers_, I hav_* reason t» think _,f ort Qaineawa* evacuated. andJ Some were of the opinion that the troops were leaving Fon-Morgan, but I think Qiaj were ra-enforcing it from_¥_ek«_kUleTl. " _'_itW _lti_»'- _«.'u • . ¦¦_- < fphCofeoo_* j_»a»m«r8i:thsi.': Cliton, got* aahoir utfder the guns of Fort Morgan, wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

SCYTHBftf BGYTHB81 8GYTHE_8I TN STORE _AND FOH SALK_, THE LAU<JE8T I variety of Grass and Qratn Scythe* of the best makers. AT«o genuine _Styermar* _Cfermau _Scythes, Btokert's_, Brln-•ei ' _s and _Lancaster county 8nathsa,new artlole, Batch*!- der'_s eUehiand Hay: and _MatasUw _Porks_^Hay M-txHtM, wm, _w»r cm,_«, »w of whj fu m mm it nil* delphia price*, and ail goods _WAiraaled , by mayl7-3tl J. L. 8TIQHTBB, A CARD TO YOUNG LADIES AND GENd\ TLEMBN.—The robsQriber _wiUsend (/res of charge) fc all-who desire it, the _lUcljie mud direction* for makin iiimple _Vigffltlt Balmthli tiU, li mm 19» » «*W pay*, .remove Pimples, Blotches, ram _fteOttu, Sallow *e_«s, and all impurities and roughness of th* Skin, leaving ( he same a * Mature intended It should be—»p/t _, clear, smooth and beautiful. Those desiring the _Beelpc, with full lnstructlona, directions, and advice, will please call on or addreM <F»^gta_^ _fffifita _AWHII CUfflftt. mayi7-am] " 831 Broadway, a*w-Tork. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

I . DIED. Te4t«rd»y inornlng, May S3, in this elty-, Ja»s AvoWT _tfi _FiATRBKi ag«d.4fi yearsjlB months and 38 days. Hi»«rlends and relatives axe invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of his father, Qeorge Feather, B*q. in East Penn street, between 6th and 7th, on Monday after noon,! at 2 o'clock, to proceed to the Charles Evans 9»***n' ,:;:. • a:jV;?-._"i;_iO ¦ • ¦l 7_' ,M-. _- :_f _jNt_^l_«e_2*aad-ia4a|*.[ .:>! -Pa theSSS_/lnat, la this city, _ABainw, wlft of baas >Hatvey rand daoghlerof _Panlel _Ksrty, agadlSyean, 9 ¦(OBths and 16 days. . ¦ In Ham»bttr(r, _JK«na., oa _Bnndsy, May ism1863, Qtm _WUUaM U. *«r_». l _Vvlw._ii*H, i _8* d48_y«M,10 months and 34.4»y_*. . ¦ ' , ' On the 18th Insu, in Heidelberg, XUXAScni, widow of the longdee«a**dieonardK*hl. aged 87 yean. _i .: Outhel6&last.,laJ9_priBgCnirs, son of _AmoeHartaian , aged 2 months and 23 days. , OnthelStblnsb, In Longawaniy, Item s* _Sitxuta_, _«s«« Mo_y _^ ?_4Xv"iK' u_44. _SosiutitA, uau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

BEADING MARKET. . . - iaOAT, itay2S, 1868. Wheat (prime white) - Buckwheat _Rour per - pe*1m«hel«180 100 As. SCO WS_«tt, <PtiSiM}. . _PMkW100»S. 8 00 ¦ - _parlnuhel 1 89 Beer (_uaa (_juarter) Bye do _«2 perlOO pounds 8@8 00 Corn (old) dor 60 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new)- ' do—- 60 ' per 100 pounds 7@8 00 Corn Heal do 60, Hams, per pound 11 Oats do 28 Shoulders do 9 lazseed do 1 so FUtch do » !l9_TW»ee4 *• . 4» W* i9_W ** _Jf Timothy seed do 3 It Table Butter do 16 Barley do 70 Lamp Batter do IS Potatoes do W to SO Mrkln Batter do M _SweetPotatoea do 76 TaUow do »K Salt do 60 Laid do 11 Salt ptr Sack 186 Hldcs,Baw « Wheat _VLotu (extra B,9t0URy*WUilttf, fowlly white) f) bW. 7 69 per _gajtoa , 7 6 to 1 00 wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per fom. white) V100 ft* 3 75 gallon 27 to SI Wheat Floor (extra _Flaxseed Oil V _gallon 80 family) per Barrel 6 60 Eggs per doten 14 Wheat Floor (extra Stone Coal (stoveen femll»)jseflOOfts. 5 95 *b*6k«n,« 80001s. 8 00 Single Extra Flo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_W«W KUTCtm -MODB*, 1 Vlfglnla , May 19,1862. / 1'be _ThirdP«n_^vVnSfiaValr76ccupte dtth' P_«ce on yesterday, and _immediately sent out a{ •_quadron, Captain Jones _odmrnanding, to Bottom Brid ge, on tike ChickahbmJ>n_£. ! tor the purpose of ob _^ ¥Ting the _ooTementi of tlie «u«niy is; m _^icinity. His second company, in eoBMUHed «f _Captain Walsh, had a brisk _ekirmish wl_^_Ptho enemy, _acroas the _fihi«ir>_hnmti»w _^_nttl" ' g Ma to au?*M«i JvaSsaii¦ FROM GEWi'MXULLAii'S ARMY. The Advance _Eiffhtv Miles from Ricjiimond. _„. _S potted «r_»nfcla>_l«41_* «*b_^ «wnr »t _JUchmond_^ _"» _CiazenrlTeio_^_e -To Gl_^e _^ _tfa tht_/ ¦ i ; -j >r _- - it.'- T _^ :- - 11 >-._| , ¦ _^tti ;-3J i Laagi::._J _^aaS-o_^^ AN _AHUIBTIC_^B ASKBO FO*>. citizens of _Kiohmond _harVKe_^^_SSMw _"_^1 _^ ">_£. of thiea1 dMa'.duBatioii, at whii_»h.theyrti" solved to _^ _Tffo_^_e il _iii the city>lthd»t another battle, it U Mid that the armistice ask...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

Bam«o»b, May_28.-J*Tii_»spe tiial correspilmdmtof ih_* American..**. _Fortraaa Monroe, says, under date of yaatevday,! _^ «t, . - ¦ .' lbs »te»mer from White Boas* Ihlii _aftertoon quarters of Gen. MoCIellan,.w. nion were in proxi-Itii ramo_^redth' iit a'proposition ' for _ava armlstic*of ieB _owb . Md'bee& n»l«W _Uta.B_«fi_»b, _=BUf eSurt7nasuehid«aoouldbe _rttirtaJnW The _advaaea was understood to btf _wfthla _nve THE Vjna&lsAVSST! — _p — _arti «j>^v-j xs_£i <_i? ¦ ' ¦¦' General M_^JldiMi>=_^tllitt Hvc BeaUreiard _Bej_^i_^l _^t BieJimpB4. The Rebels Ask an ArmHtiSeof'•_nDay1 ' Biles of the oity/._^_a_^^_jnoipt_^M_^ _eyamy has _Alien backwith hWs_^^dCK_^_jnr _°»w«rd _moWi^^_tl_^_TaiWby _^y_^_fWeV _J _^. _entejf_^^ta_^w_^&m ftm * , Thepasaenge_^i_^_t _amertthat Beauregart_, 'rrired at Rienmoad _ottrloeiday. On beiik' _qoeiUonedjtstettJieteauUioxitiffectkis statement :: c:r:,_^L...»S «<_i the vioiaUy was craenllic-believed H&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _rrld»r,Msy_23,1892, LC&ON.—Holders of Pig Metal are firm in. their view*, iHtth a small business doing in the way of sales, and only about 600 tons Anthracite found buyers, in lota, at $22 |_or No 1, and 921 for No. 2, on time.' In manufactured Iron there is no change, and the mill*, generally_. are well snpplied with order*. American Bar* are quo* _, ted ftt f_$S»|60, and the bast Kail* at S_47 f). ton, toe latter - CATTLE MARKET.—the matket for Beef Cattle was, active and the prices rather better, the receipt* and sales ' at Phillips' teaching; about 1160 'head, 800 less than last week, all of'-which' were taken at prices ranging from S7J4 ¦ . to _S9>i the 10_Q tts., the 'latter tor_^xtraquaUty. Tt« ,«rlfi«lBAl sale* wets at f g and UH- Oewa and idalves—AUut 120 were ofle ' red_'a ' ad sold at _fropi SIS to1 S30 each for springers, and SfiO to _S10 for Cows and Calves-rabout the same a* last week. Hogs—Borne _JMo were disposed of at rather lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

1MPO^^T FBOMTJB[^ I98IPPL I"«t' Wright _SvAeoatsd by _tiie _^_IM_1 ' Bjptreat of tbo Bnemy to rpirt ¦i I :_^.v; : ' ;¦;" Bandolph. £?? ¦ ¦ *¦ ¦ Fobt _Wwqht, Ma/ 21,1862. . Fort Wright, _aa outwork of For! Pillow, his been evacuated by the rebels. f_^ _^-: The enemy has retreated; to Fdrt _Bamtolpb twelve miles below_^ on th« Mississippi met. »* > On Monday _laM a flag of truce was seat _fromlfre Union flotilla to Fort Wright, when, the fact was first ascertained that the works had been deserted. - No person was found in the fort,, and none of tha enainy_'_a gunboats were in flight.; ' i i " The rebels «ame up with > whi_^s flag ; butjtio explanations were giten for their course, j / ¦ • Capt. Davis has not yet occupied _thi fort.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

H , _Mercies Ytett _^ to Richmond. HOW AND WHY THE FBEN0H MINISTEB ; _, j WENT TO _KICHMOND. * WashisotoV, _VTednesday, .May 21, .1802. Permission La* been glvea t« state the faets in _regard to the French Minister's visit to Richmond, which has exalted so much attention in thtr Country, aad in Europe. M. _Maraiar had no instructions[fromhis Government, nor had it the least knowledge of his intention to go to Bicbmohd. a_^^^Ieroier , in conversing with Mr. Seward, _^^H|_takM|gret t hftt.he could not. see Rioh-B|^^^^^_H_^ bp_^f_^tboat the views and ment, or compromising his relations toward the United States. The President was previously consulted, and approved of his going. When he returned he .eellefanimediater/ on the Secrttary and afterward upon the Pr«8id«P<i "•'" ¦ ' municated to them frankly the impressions that he received. He allowed no one in Richmond to say anything to him that he should not be at libertjcto communicate to the Secretary of State, and he neithe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

ADVANCE OFTHEGULFSaUADROH. Out Xteet Above Visksbargt MEMPHIS TO BE ATTACKED. Cairo, May 21,1862. Memphis papers of the 17th instant, announce the arrival of the federal fleet at Vioksburg, whioh had met no successful resistance. Fort Adams is 100 miles below Vicksburg, and the presumption is that a fight had. taken place. iii ',. :•¦ • _cM_«SAao,May22. Deserters who came aboard the Benton on Tuesday, _Report that Commodore Farragut's fleet left Vioksburg on Saturday last, their destination being Memphis.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_wstauuA sma _W&s* T>ROCHB BORDERS STELLA SHAWLS. JL>fromai ooto eiBOO. Wholesale net cash _buven W>u find cheap and desirable goods in onr «_t©e*^, _»/> i_?_e^"^_TRj -" ¦¦- ¦ -. _^_M|^*_M^*^^_cUlacWpUBW [ ]_rv_^T "]jji_|prr - "ZHZ

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

Kx_^ To Public _Spbakkbs Sin(iriis, HunneweU'_s Universal Congh Remedy particularly recommends Itself. It not only clears the voice to prepare it for the greatest exertion, hat, by It* Tonic and Strengthening properties prevents prostration, to _vftstt i)>« _Mlvwer 9 great exertion In speaking Attd slnglif. The above saggestionsare from use incase* where all other remedies have foiled to produce effect. Campa _i gn speakers will find this true to the letter and make their arguments felt. _Ses _dverUaemeiiL [may 3-lmo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

a NNEAB'S _^_UfJSKiOK WK1_TJJJU FLUID, A. equal to _thvlwat Imported article, aad costing hul Sanae price of the latter, in quartspints, and smallei ¦ cBkage_*_. jut rec_#lT*d aad tot _aalaJBU - ^¦ _' ia*_N

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

_aasaasssasKg; _^UJtadlgnant world. In fact, if there .ho*' _bo_«_V _«f«i_«l«MU»g tr_»ito«* Who deserve ex _ttMriliiuy _pttntthmwU, we «ug*e» _t the JWP_« _I/_Hf taringfh* whol_. body of •• Secesb. poetr. ml to Ma, and not allow him the least mite o cotton in his ears. Bat the following lines u vtfwaotulj dieter, and we Sprint them _« _» iWing or «< dtath-raitle" tf the _rebelhon.y Ikey originally appeared "oiae weeks _aitwe, n fftr-JtaHyfcM _(V».) JtyMa_*. issued at Ham ffflMfflfg.<< CA1L ALL _j CA1 _^ _AI_^_I" Whoop I the _Bf)dleih»T( broken loose, . 'Soaring round like th« Y«y deace! I . JAatol Egypt, a fcungry sack : |**«Aft«c 'em, _boye, and ._fcMtan back 1 IpiMHtog, terrier, eu£uft lice f t Sack t* th_«.beggarly^« ice ; M Worry *_em, bit_» 'ea,Nrm and tear, l&ETerybody and _«_rerywhe||| _^_BUSeBtaefcy'e caredfroMnder; \UhuMMtf i* fplit _aiundt_^, _fHW_*nna; await« attack, §| _JfrdVCtolgk. bristle* atHpbaok. < _?3jjtt _Jokn Brown is dead &a...

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