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

_tfjg~ The Union Praykb Mketing will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, In the Baptist Church, Chestnut street, above Fourth, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully Invited (o attend. |@r»WA8HiKOTo»'8 BiBTHDAY.—The Washington Hose Company' * celebration of Washington's Birthday, will take place this evening, In the Court House, commencing at 7)i o'clook. Addresses will be delivered by the Hon. J. Glancy Jones, J. S. Richards, Esq.., and Col. Samuel L. Young. Several, appropriate pieces of Vocal and Instrumental Music will also be performed, for the programme of which, 86* advertisement. ¦ _« _¦ ¦ MS§_r Si'Hdat Schooi, Exhibition—An exhibition by the children of the Sunday School of Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Gbnrch, South Fourth street, will be given on Monday evening next. A variety of select pieces, comprising Hymns, Anthems, Choruses, Quartettes, Trios, Duetts, and Solos, _wil1 be performed. Alao, a number of interesting Dialogues *n<l B«elution«. Admittance IS o...

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

THE WAR We have no war news of interest tins week, except a report from rebel sources, that an immediate assault is to be made on Charleston and Savannah. Gen. Bcauregnrd, as military commander of _SouHh Caroliua_, Georgia and Florida, issued a proclamation on the 18th inst., declaring it to be his solemn duty to announce to the citizens and authorities of Charleston and Savannah that ftn nitaelt by llio land and naval forces of the United States ia about to be made upon cither or both cities, and warning those who are not able to take up arms for their defence to retire to some place of safety. He urges, however, upon every one who o»tt join_, in the struggle at " this hour of trial" to do so without regard to the kind of weapon* they may have in their possession. Pikes and scythes, he says, will do fur the destruction of their enemies, and spades and shovels for the protection of their firesides, altars and the graves of their fathers. General Beauregard is evidently alarmed...

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

The _Conscriitios Bill—The Springfield 'Mass.) Republican—a paper that sustains tbe present Admiuisiraiioa— ia speaking of Senator Wilson's Conscription bill, Bavs : " The old regiments need to be _filled up badly enough, no doubt, but there is a. _question whether the General Government has the right under our Constitution to take men by force from the States, without any reference wh.fit.ever to _ihe laws of the States, or to the Governors of the States, aud put them into the army of the nation. Under the bill I am writing about, Oov. Andrew can be drafted as a common soldier iuto the service. He would be compelled with the MaspachuseUs Legislature to go iuto the army at once, or that portion of them who are under forty-five might." Docs not the Republican know that it is guilty of great presumption, if not _eomelMng worse, in doubting the right of the Administration to do anything it pleases with the property, liberty and lives of citizens! Has it no fear of Fort Warren bef...

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

US?*Tub 88ni _Tesna. Regiment.—The or g'AUiZKtiui; of this _Keglinent has _lately _uudurgone a compl«le change. The following is a list of tbe present field officers, and officers of tbe tireo Heading Companies: Uolone.l— _Oeorge W. Gilo, of Philadelphia. Lieut. Colonel—honti Wagner, do. Majrji—lieuowt F. _Funst, do. Comimny A, (late Capt. P. R. Fritz's) _wilh 36 men, is UU_> der command of Lieut. _Whiteside. Company B, (late Capt. H. K. Myers's) with 22 men,— Capt., Edmund A. Mass; 1st Lieut., George B. Khoada; 2d Lieut., George W. Grant. Company II, (late Capt. V. A. Griffith's), with 22 men-Gape. Frank B. Shatters, jr. ; lot Lieut., Ileury aalmLy. The Kegiment now numbers only 160 men fit for dnty, including 13 officers present. The; were, at last accounts, encamped near White Oak Church, about 2_J_4 miles from Bell Plains Landing, on the Potomac, in Taylor's (3d) Brigade , Robinson's (3d) Division, 1st Army Corps. Tiie health or the Regiment is good. The following d...

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

The Confessions and Experience of ft Poor Youngs Man. A GENTLEMAN having been cured of the results of early error and disease, will, from motives of benevolence, send to those who request it, a copy of tbe above interesting narrative, published by himself. Thin little book la designed as a warning and caution to young men and those who suffer from _Nbrvods Debility, Loss or Memory, _Pkbhatubb Decay, &c, &c, supplying at the same time the means of self cure. Single copies will be sent under seal in a plain envelope,—withont charge,—to any who request it, by addressing the author, CHAS. A. LAMBERT, Esq., nov 29-Smo] Greenpoint, Long Island, New-York. _fgj_£» Gen. Banks lately proposed to the Massachusetts 47th, a nine mottth9 regiment, to enlist for the war and be oonverted into cavalry. This waa rejected, and so was the proposition to re* enlist m infantry with large bounties_.

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

m_^nii$ aa& 3 _- tauci at BEADING, FA. SATl'KDAY, _FEBfWABY 21, 180_S _Hitt! brightest tanner that llnaU on th« gale. Flag of the country of Washington, hail! Bed He tliy stripes -with tbe blood of the br_*_re. Bright are thy stare as tbe sun on the wave; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! _nloKiringK on thee! *3_»To _COHRESPOSUKSTs.—Several Army tellers, <wmmanicatiooK, and other matters, intended for this wook'_s paper, are unavoidably crowded ont. JS- Hos. S. B. _Abcosa has our thai.ks for a copy of the _Presidents Message and Diplomatic Correspondence. AVe -are also indebted to Mr. LlEBEH. _DOOrkBBper Of the _llQOae_, at _Harrisbory. for an official list of _members of the House.

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

JEW ADVERTISEMENTS _SMOURfiMSNC GOODS TiTO'W OPEN: Black French Merino. Black All-wool _Cashmero. All-wool De Laine_, 1& yards wide. All-wool De'Laine, J yards wide. Black Coburg_, 1J yards wide. Black Crape Ar eils. Black Lov6 Veils. Black Crape Collars. Black Grandine Collars. Black Thibet Long Shawls. Black Thibet Square Shawls. Black Blanket Shawls. Mourning Goods of every kind. KLINE & EPPIHINER, Feb 21-11 IO _Kait Penn Sauare

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

_jflj gf We Copt, in another column, from the York Gazette, a letter from Harrisburg, in which the qualifications and prospects of our State Senator, the Hon. _Hibster Cltmbb, as a candidate for Governor, are presented, in highly complimentary terms Mr. _Clyjmb's friends in this county will be pleased to hear so good a report of him, from a stranger. j_^^ Nicholas Longwobth, the great Western wine grower, who died in Cincinnati on the 10th inst, leaves property valued at fifteen millions M doUa». Mr. _JLonaworfli was eighty years old.

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

DANIEL H. WENRICH, DEALER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, Corner of _Fenn and Second Streets* READING, 1>A. _HPHANKFUL FOtt THE LIBERAL SHARE OP JL custom that has been extended to him during tbe last three years, _reopectfuUy informs tbe public tbat he is pre-MUed 16 buy all _uorta of COUNTRY PRODUCE, at iha ilghest market prices, for Cash. "He refers to the following persons: SEPERENCES. Chabi.kb KB8_M_.EB, Kdiior " Adler " Hiram a. Gktz, Wholesale Grocer. C. B. McKniuht, Cashier Union Bank William Ebklt_, Agent Howard and Hope Expresses, _Kapffmajt & Kissinger, Merchants. *" " * """" Jacob _Bcshojio, Dimmer. [Feb 21-3t*

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

Clerical Changes.—Rev. Oeo. N. Latimer of Schuylkill Haven, has accepted a call to the rectorship of Christ Church, _Pottstown_, and wil enter upon his new charge on Sunday, the 1st of March. Rev. Joseph H. Dubs, of Allenlown, has been unanimously elected pastor of the German Reformed Churches at Pottstown, Limerick and New Storeville (the latter in Amity township, Berks county,} recently under the charge of Rev. N. S. Strassberger. Mr. _Strassberger has been chosen pastor of Zion Church, at Allenown.

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

Lebanon Affairs.—Seidel's Forge, in Leba non, has been purchased by a Mr. Mitchell, of Baltimore, for $13,000.-_^-The Donaghmore Furnace, in Lebanon, has been in continual blast for four years and twenty days, and during that time has averaged 119J tons of iron a week, with a consumption of but 1 \ tons of coal to each ton of iron made. Donaghmore is a 12 foot furnace Isaac Ditzler, a member of Company D, 93d Regiment, P. V., died at his home in Heidelberg township, on the 15th inst., aged about 45 years.

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

R®* The Ringgold Band, re-organized, will give a Party on Tuesday evening next, In Keystone Hall. Tickets SO cents, to be had of any of tbe members. ••» WG8_~ New Post Office. —A new Post Office called "Alsace" has been established at _Gecbter's tavern, on the. line of Exeter and Alsace townships, Berks county, and Capt. John _Qechter appointed Postmaster. The office is located on Mail Route No. 2259,—from Reading to Manatawny_, or _PleasaotviUe_, and is supplied by a uemlweakly mail, _leaving Beading at 2J4 P. M., on Tuesday and Saturday of each week.

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

GRAND CELEBRATION OF WASHIHGTOH'S BIRTHDAY SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 21 AT THE COURT HOUSE.

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

€i?u _^_tfaitt * jgiap" The Rev. Mis. Cummins will (by request) preach upon "Tbe Christian Duty of Citizens in time of _HebollioE," to morrow (Sunday) evening 8t Clirlat Church. Divine service will begin at a quarter before 7 o'clock. «•» -- ••—fj&r Ujjivkrsalkt Ciiubcu.— Rev. W. N. Barber will preach*bext Sunday _evening, the 22d _inst., from tlie text; "Kxc«pt _je repent ye shall all likewise p«_rish." ServiCM morning and evening at tbe _usutvl hours.

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

_t&T Organizing..—The "no-party" Republicans _OfihtB ctty have organized a Oinb for the purpose of operating in toe approaching Spring election. George J. Eckert, _Esq, has been elected President. 4f_» LADIES' AID ASSOCIATION. The following articles have been received by the Ladies' Aid Society, since their last acknowledgment; From the Morgantoum Aid Society—2 pillows and cases 1 sheet, 14 pairs woolen stockings. C. C. GRIE8, Secretary.

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

The Tax on Tavbkm _Kbepebs.—Mr. Killinger writes to the Lebanon Courier from Washington, that the Committee on Ways and Means of the Ilouse have adopted an amendatory clause which wilt in future obviate the difficulty in regard to the double tax imposed on tavern keepers by the Internal Revenue laws. The license for retailing will not henceforth be required, and the tavern keeper need .not pay more than one license.

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

UBS" Frkiqht Cars.—Messrs. S. & M. Ten nock, of Kennett _Square, Chester county, are now engaged iu building 800 Freight Cftra for the Reading Railroad Company. They have jast completed 120 cars for the U. 6. Government. ••>• _Jgy* Dueell's Battbbt.—T_#e learn that the _Ringgold Battery, commanded by Capt. _Ooo. w. Durell, which has served so loug in the Army of the . Potomac, has been ordered South, with the whole ot the ' Niath Army Corps.

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

t&" The I04th Pbnsa. Regiment.—A letter from Col. W. W. H. Davit, to the DoyWown Democrat, da. ted " Heaufort Harbor, S. C, Feb. 6,1863," informs us that the 104th Pennsylvania Volunteers, which forms part of the expedition under MaJ. Gen. Foster, was then encamped on Helena Island, in the harbor of Beaufort, Sooth Carolina. It is _euppoaed that _tois force is intended to operate, in combination with the Naval forces near that point, against the city of Charleston. We may therefore expect stirring news from that quarter soon.

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

Tuk Cost of _Clothing an Ahmy.—Speaking of clothes, the Philadelphia Inquirer calculates that an army of three hundred thousand men will require an outlay of eighteen million? of dollars for each new cloth uniform, exclusive of overcoats. The overcoat cannot be supposed to cost less than thirty dollars. This will be an aditional sum of nine millions.

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

HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PHiiiOlia HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. "HIGHLY C0_HCE2JTRATEI)" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT liUCHU, A Positive and Specific Remedy For _Dieses of the BLrtPDSU. KIDNEYS, GB.AVEL aud D&OPSICA.L _SWSLLIBM6. This Medicine Increases the power of Digestion, and ex cites the Absorbents into healthv action, by which the Watery ' or _Calcareons depositions, and all Unnatural Enlargements are reduced, as well as-Pain and Inflammation, and Is Good For XMEBir. WOMEN OR CaX&BXLBN 1 HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT _BTTCHTT, For Weaknesses Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indis cretion or Abuseattended with the _followingsyniptoina: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Lous of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, _Trembling Horror of DiseaRe_, Wakeful ness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back, Universal Lassitude of the Flushing of the Body, Muscular System, Eruptions of the Skin, Hot Hands, _Drynesa of the Skin, PALLID COUNTENANCE. Thes...

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