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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

LOOK HERE! TB . RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS . his) friend* and tbe publicthat he has opened a new Store on Penn street, No. 83, next door to J. B. Bitter's Cabinetmaker Store, where he invites the citizens of Beading and vicinity, to bis splendid stock of • REABV-MABI1 CX._OTBXNO, _ConsitiiiR of OVERCOATS, FROCK COATS, PANTS and VESTS, of varluaH colors and _qualifies, got up under bis own bupervision. He is also supplied with a good stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, which will be made to order in the neatest and most Fashionable Styles at the lowest cash prices. Having considerable experience iu this branch of business, he feels conndent of if\ vine general _satlxfaction. He has also on hand a good assortment of _Gentleman's _KurninhiiiK Goods, snch as White Shirts. _OTgrsWrta, Und«rbhirto, Prawer«_, Collars , Cravats of different sty lee and colorsStockings and Olovee_, and snch goods ts are found in a Store of this kind. Jau.24-3m] JACOB B. _RIXSTKVK, Beading. N. B —A...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

" Feller citizens: For this onexpected—Leader of the band—" Will you give us our money now, or wait till you get through ?" To this painful, disgustin' interruption I paid no attention. , " for this onexpected honor I thank you." Leader of the band—"But you said you'd _gite us seven dollars if we'd play you two choons." Again I didn't noti ce him, but resumed as follows: " I say I thank you warmly. When I look at i bit crowd of true Amerioan citizens my heart swells " Dr. Schwazey— " So do 11" «« my heart awell*"—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

WATCHES, GOLD AND SILTEB, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. a RELIABLE IN QUALITY AND AT LOW Afiim. W _4TCB _BspAiwii8.-WnclieBpntlnper-1_T_1J_ Caret order ana every _onb warranted for one f «a» _4_HJB» JACOB LUDEN, novl5-6mo] 21 North Fifth Street, Heading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

S. M. PBTTENOILL & CO Ko. 37 PABK BOW, HBW-TOBK_, ft 6 STATE ST., _BOBTOH. Are _AxentB for the Beadtny Gazette , to _ihoBBciHes, and sM4uthA(i«dto Uka _Advertiwmenti and 6«b»«_rlpttona for as »t nor established rate*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

JUST REC EIVED, O/_iAH _F_^_OWB 11 _POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL *WU *4-lt -WlLMBOABtLl r.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

THE CONSCRIPTION BILL Mr. Wilson's till, which passed the Senate on Monday night, provides iu substance as follows: All able-l>cdk-d male citizens, and those who have declared their intentions io become such, or have exercised the _ri~5it of suffrage, between the ages of 20 ami •!• " > years, constitute the Na tional forces of the United States, and sire liable to perform military <_luly when called out by the President * The exempts at-6 those who lire physically or mentally unfit, the Vice President, heads of _Executive Departments, United States Judges, Governors cf Staics, only son of an indigent widow, or infirm parent, or one such son, wLere there are two or more, Jo be selected by the parent, also the only brother of orphan children under twelve years, also the father of motherless children of the same age ; and where two of a family are in _militarylsemces (he remainder of such family, not exceeding two, shall be exempt. No person convicted of felo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

DEATH OF COL. _KNQDERER. We deeply regret to announce that Col. Ghas. A. Knodekbb_, commander of the 107th Regiment Pennsylvania Militia, died at noon on Sunday last in the Regimental Hospital near Suffolk, Va., of the _Tvound he received in the battle of Blackwaier_, on the 80th ult. Gol. Knodercr was a native of the Grand Duchy of Baden, and educated in the Polyteckaic School of that Government. After graduating, he entered its service as a Civil Engineer, and subsequently as a Lieutenant in the Army. When the Revolution of 1848 broke ont, ho abandoned his position and prospects ag an officer in the Army of the Grand Sake, and joined tbe patriots of Germany in their struggle for constitutional liberty. He served with !he gallant _Siqel throughout that short but disastrous campaign; and afterward, ¦with hundreds of others who had iaKcn part io it, fled from Europe, and found in America a home and a country. He came to Reading in 1849, and in 1850 _entered the service ot the Soh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

A Long-Lost Son _Retitkked.—Mr. Samuel Krause, eldest son of Mr. John J. Krause, Sr., of AUentown, returned home unexpectedly last week from Lima . Peru, in South America, after an absence of 27 years. For ihe last 17 years no intelligence whatever had been received from him, and his parents and friends bad settled down in ihe belief that he was dead. He returned to this country as Secretary of _Leg&tioa from tbe Peruvian Government, and on Saturday left AUentown for Washington to assume his duties. Libbl SaiT.—Messrs. Prizer and Darlington, Editors and Proprietors of the Bucks County Intelligencer, published at Doylestown, have been arrested and bound over on the charge of Libel, at the instance of Col. Owen Jones and Captain Jacob R. Stadelman, of Lower Merion township, Montgomery county. The charge is based upon the publication of an article on the 9th of December last, charging the prosecutors with being concerned in an "underground" mail conveyance of letters to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

[communicated.] "DISLOYALTY" AND " _TREASON" The editor of the Berks and Schuylkill Journal has been, for some time past, rampant in denouncing newspapers and individuals, who refuse to approve of, and say amen! to, all the acts and measures of the Abolition Administration at Washington, and says: " Let every loyal man and woman cease wrangling about the Government," &c. Allow me to ask the editor: Did he or any of the fraternity attached to his party, during the Mexican War, ever condemn, or even as much as find fault with the course of his party friends in Congress. Mr. Delano _, from Ohio, said: " Send your armies, in the prosecution of this ILLEGAL, UNRIGHTEOUS and DAMNABLE WAR, to the mountains of Mexico, and disease and the foe will sweep them off in thousands. The passes and mountains of Mexico would become a enamel house for our people and their bones would be scattered all over its vast territorySfefore this peace would be conquered. * * So far ' the amount of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP PHILADELPHIA. npHIS COMPANY BEING STRICTLY MUTUJL AL _dlvidei ill the profits (a.ftw _espenaes paid) among its members, iu ihsc»ed ahb _jjsmbers. The _TrasteoB accordingly have declared a Scrip Dividend of 40 percent_, in January, and have decided to receive the Scrip Dividends of 1«53,1851, 1S55, and 1866, in payment of Premiums, same as cash. The Dividend Scrip for 1863 is now In the hands of the 'ompftn' _s Agentready for delivery. Statement pamphlets, and all Information may be had gratis. PHIUPZIBBBR, Agent, f w o, o _, 8# B> CMn8r Ot Mlnta »Bd Penn ¦*»•*•. fab_f^] Beading, Pa. "Unquestionably tbe bast sustained work of the kind la tUo _WOfld." HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Critical Notice* of the Prat. The volumes bound constitute of tbemiwlres a library of miscellaneous reading suoh as can not be found in the same compass in any other publication that has come under onr notiee.—Boston Courier: The most popular Monthly in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

YEARNINGS TOR PEACE. It. is the fashion now, with Abolition journals %_it) the pay of the Administration, to denounce every one who ventures to express a wish for l_*fcaee, as & traitor. These •' shoddy " patriots dread the thought of an end of the war, for then their occupation will be gone, and they will not be able to live any longer on Government plunder. If anxiety for peace be indeed treason, we may safely set down a large majority of the Northern people as traitors; because it is evident that the desire for a speedy peace is prevalent among all classes of the community, and it is becoming so strong that many are beginning to cry aloud for peace at any price. We mention this, simply as a, fact, without wishing to be understood as favoring any peace movement (ha' has not for its basis the restoration of the Union, upon the compromises ana guarantees of the Constitution. But,such a feeling exists, and those who "don't see it," are wilfully blind. It is not confined t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

MILITIA ACCOUNT. William HerbatEsq., Treasurer of Berks county, In account -with the County. DR. To amonnt of Militia Taxassessed and paid dmlne tha year 1862. to wit: K "* OS O S -¦O fl TOW.V_8_H_.P,. gs S i I? g _I_^LLlJi I Albany, . . «S6 50i 8a f0 AWs, ... 34 00 2, oi Amity, - - 75 00117 50 2 87 64 63 Bern, • 80 00 _g0m Upper Bern, - - 67 00 20 60 1 82 34 68 Bethel • 84 00 Sl m _Bornville, 20 80 _JJS Brecknock, ¦ • 42 SO 40 fn _Carnarvon, - - 64 Oft >,T _^ Centre - 01 SO 61 _^ Colebrookdale, - 93 5U 23 60 3 40 64 CO Cumru, - • -65 ou _^ q. District, - • SI .40 12 00 i» an Douglass, - - 32 On si 00 Earl _SH W 39 w Kxeter, - - - 84 so 8l 50 Greenwich, • • 69 60 ' 19 jo Hamburg, - 31 SO 31M Heidelberg. - - 30 50 3,, _^ Lower Heidelberg, - 117 50 117 in North Heidelberg, 63 60 ft _j ;a Hereford, • - 74 60 74 w _Jeiterson, • • 38 Ou 33 Oj Kmztown, - - 37 Oj ' 3r w Longswamp, - 70 00 65 00 5 00 Matdencreek, ¦ - _ou 00 S6 w Marion, 88 SO fig & Hazatawny, • - 94 00 50...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

From tbe 128tli Pennsylvania Regiment. Camp hear SxArrvRP Copbt Hoo_^ev*-, ) Mr._muar:- _^ruarv9, l5e3. \ Allow me to correct an error which I saw in your paper some time ago. Lieut. _Widdifleld, formerly a Lieutenant of Company _0_B»2Sth Kegiment, from Bucks county, who was severely wounded at the battle of Antietam, returned to bio Regiment a _fet_» dn7B ago, not with the intention of going on duty, for his wounds are of such a nature as to prevent him ever more from going into the service of his country; but he returned to bid farewell to his friends and. comrades, and then resign. He has since tendered his resignation, which has been accepted, and receiving an honorable discharge, he returned to Mb home. As regards his taking offence because Capt. F. M. Teager had been promoted to the command which he (Lieu'. Widdineld) was justly entitled to, bad his wounds permitted, it is a great mistake, as he Is too much of a gentleman and a soldier to let selfish and avaricions ambition ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_§6&~ DEMOCRATIC CITY CLUB.—The _regu lar monthly _meeting of the Democratic City Clttb Will b* held in the club-room, Eben'_s City Hall, on Saturday evening next. February 23th, 1863, at 7_^ o'clock. An election for officers for the emming year will take place. The following are the candidates that were placed In nomination at the last meeting: Far President—3. Lawrence OeU For Vice Presidents—S,nnuel M. Fllman, 1st Ward Frederick Lauer, 2d Ward. Levl P. Knerr,3d Ward. William Ebert, 4th Ward. Jacob H. Hain _.Sth Ward. -R>r Secretaries—Wharton Morris, John _Ralxten. _Udward H. _SWrer. For Executive Committee—Edward Schmeck. 1st Ward. Levi Mover ) „. w . Joseph Harvey \ 2d Ward _- Jacob Young. 3d Ward. £. M. _Clyoief, ") Francis Roland, I lfll . Jesse O. Haw ley f "n Ward. Wb. Arnold, jr J B Armstrong (.«._.. Wm. Bo«enthal J Blh War<!_- For Treasurer—George W. _Brackman. ••. _» J®* The Peknbylvania Reserves.— These veteran troops have been re-brigaded and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

PROGRAMME: P* . fty*1_' '_«_« " * „ ' By Bar W_. L. Gbat. Jobs S. _kichakds, _Esq., will preside and make the Opening Address. Vocal Music. Instrumental Music, - By the German Orchestra. _Address, - - - By Hou. J. _Glascit Joxes. Vocal Music. Instrumental Music, - By the Germaa Orchestra. Solo on Flaw, (by particular re* _qaeat .) - - - By Prof. 8HILLIKQ. Vocal Music _Address, - - - By Col. S. L. _Yoaaa. Vocal Music Instrument Music, - - By the German Orchestra. 53_^ Let t he Patriotic Ladles and Gentleman of Readingcome forth in _| h_«ir might, and honor (he Name and Memory of _WASHIMOTOM 13_^ * Tbe Bar and Jnry Boxes reserved for tbe Ladies. Doors open at 6 o'olockexercises commence at 7>_£. TICKETS, 25 cents, to be had at Strickland's, Adler Offloe. I. W. Harper's, Wm. G. Von Nieda'_a and Fred. P. Heller's. [Feb 21-It Beadqnarters. _Pennsylvania Militia Hospital Department* _^ . Hakbisbukq, February 13, 1863. _rpHE STATE MEDICAL BOARD OP PENNI, 6YWANIA will meat in PHI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

f£_9" Exemptions on Conscientious _Soruplbs. By a report from the Adjutant General to the State Senate, in reply to a resolution *f inquiry, of the number of mea who were exempted from military service under the late draft, in the several counties of this State, on account of coneuientions _tcroplee, we learn that there were 93 such _exemptions In Berks cannty. We should like to see the names of these exempts " lor conscience _sakq." Their publication would make an interesting record for present inspection and future reference. — «s)» |_SP _Peomotions.—We are much gratified to hear that Capt. L. _Heber Smith, of Co. A, 123th Regiment P. V.t has been promoted to the Lieutenant Colonelcy of the Regiment; also that First Lieut. Francis K. Scbmucker has been raised to the Captaincy, and Second Lieut. _Hiester McKnight to the First Lieutenancy of Company A. Col. Smith, by the way, accompanied by Capt. Richard H. Jonas, of Company I, game Regiment, have been at borne on a short _fnrloag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

g_^ Fata l Accident.—On Wednesday night, the 4th last., about midnight, William Reppert, or Moll_, town, a workman in the Scott Foundry, laid down to rest on a board near some cog-wheels, and fell asleep. Toward 5 o'clock next morning, he rolled off the board, and bis legs were caught in the wheels and badly crushed. He was carried to the residence of hU brother-in-law, Nicholas Heckman, Esq., where Dr. Ruedi was called to attend him. It was found necessary to amputate the injured limba, but his system was so much prostrated that he could not rally from tbe operation, and died the following Tuesday. His body m taken to his late residence for burial. JB6^* American Mechanics' Celebration.— The members of Reading Council, Order of United American Mechanics, celebrated the anniversary of the institution of the Council, on Friday evening, the 13th inst. They met at their Council room, and went in procession to the VuiyeretilUtCWch_, where &n _S.cU*«66 W&_8 delivered by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

Dissolution of Co-Partnership. ICrOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE J. 1 partnership heretofore existing between the uodersigued, _engaged la the Clothing business under the firm ot "Jameson 4 Co.," was dissolved on Ihe 13th of bOTember, 1802. by tbe withdrawal of the junior partner. Albert H. Jameson, by mutnal consent. Tbe business will be continued at tbe old stand by James Jameson and William A. Medlar, under tbe name of "Jaraeson & Co " as faer«tofo*n - JAMB8 _JAMISON WILLIAM H. MEDLAR, Feb 21,1863-31] _ALBEKT H. JAHK8ON. FRESH SUPPLY OF DRY _O00DS. DAVID NEFF HA S JUST RETURNED PROM THE PRINcipil market, and is now opening a large assortment of He has also on hand a very large _assortment of all kinds of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GOODS, At «? ri ffTnS-?^if_?IIt - - owe ? than they can »»e purchased by the PACKAGE from the Importers , comprising in part BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, And a general assortment of ladies' and Gentlemen' Wear, Which will be sold at an average pric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

_fgT Mimtaet Items in Bbicf.—Capt. £. L. Smith, of tbe 19:h Regular Infantry; Lieut. George 8. Unman, of the 10th Regular Infantry; and 1st Lieut. _Oe<irg« B. Rhonda, of Company Ii, SStb. _Fenaa. Volunteers, bave been at home for several' days, on short furlough. They are all in excellent health. Lieutenant Colonel Hammersly, of the 128th Penna. Regiment, who was severely wounded in the wrist at tbe battle of Antietam_, and has suffered great pain ever since, is now, we are glad to learn, raptdl? recovering. It 1« fear ed, however, that he will never recover the use of his hand. A beautiful Sword, _fash and Belt were presented to Lieut. R. F. Kerr, of Company A, 128th Penna. Regiment, by the men of his command, on the evening of the 4th lust. Sergt. P. A, Lant; made the presentation speech, and took the Lieutenant quite by surprise wilh the gifts, which were entirely unexpected. _fglf Heading Railroad Supplement.—The _following is a copy of tbe supplement to tbe charter of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 February 1863

!£?¦ Death of the City Treasurer.—Peter Shaneman, Esq., Treasurer of the city of Reading, since the Spring of 1S81, died on _PrldaJT, the 19th in«t _. In th8 07th year of hla age. Bis funeral took p'ace on Tuesday afternoon, and was attended by the Mayor, Councils and City Officers, together with a number of mourninu relatives. Mr. Shaneman was for many years an acute sufferer from rheumatism, which confined him to his house, and disabled him for active _^ employment. He _was an upright citizen, and performed his duties as Treasurer with tbe strictest accuracy. The City Councils, at a special meeting on Wednesday evening, elected _Fbres Jl aid Treasurer, to fill the vacancy, until the next municipal _election (March 20th), when a _Treasurer will be elected for the regular term of twoyoars. 16?" Jewemiy Stobe Robbed.—On Thursday morning, between 1 and 2 o'clock, the show-window of the Jewelry Store of Mr. George Heller, in North Fifth street, was broken into, and robbed of watche...

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