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aunt 11-0111 Theteati.
SATURDAY, RUNE 27, 1863.
Asst.! brightest banner that floats on the gale,
Flag of the country of Washington, hall I
Red are thy stripes with the blood of the brave,
Bright are thy stars as the sun on the wave;
Wraps in thy folds ore the hopes of the Tree,
Dialler of Washington 1 timings on thee 1
DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS
GEORGE W. WOODWARD,
ar PITILADia.PI9 IA
FOR JCIRIF. OF TICE SUPREME COURT:
WALTER H. LOWRIE,
OF ALLEGHENY COVETS
Election. Tuesday, October 13, 1063
Democratic Standing Committee of
. . _
The members of the committoe are reerteetesi to meet at
Rarto's Keystone Dorm. at I. o'clock. P_ fit., on Saturday,
June 27th. Iso3. to make arrangements for the Democracy
to celebrate. in an appropriate manner, the coming anal•
versary of American Independence, and to appoint the
time and places for general meeting of the tosTritAtir Demo
cratic Clubs throughout the county, daring the (Inhere ,
torte canvass. A fell attendance is desired for the proper
consideration and satisfactory determination of these and
other important matters. By order of
Reading, Inn° ?A, Igda.
THE INVASION - OUR DANGER I
The rebel invasion, which has kept our people
in a constant fetter of excitement for the last
fortnight, is no longer a " scare-crow," but a
dread reality. There is no doubt of the fact that
a large body of the enemy's Cavalry and mount
ed Infantry, with some Artillery, under com
mand of General Ewell, were in sight of Carlisle,
only eighteen miles from Harrisburg, yesterday,
and threatened to give battle to the Union troops
that have been collected there—principally New
York Regiments—in command of Gen. Knipe.
And yet, in the face of this imminent danger,
the most surprising indifference and apathy ca
lit among our citizens. They seem to have de
termined to let the worst come, without raising a
finger to ward it off ; and to contemplate the
destruction of our crops and manufactories, the
pillage of our barns, store houses and shops, and
possibly the spoliation of our private dwellings
—which may at any moment occur—with the ut
most unconcern. Meetings have been held,
belle rung, drums beat, speeches made, resolu
tions passed, committees appointed, and what
not but up to this time, nothing—actually no
thing to the purpose—has been done. Even of
the few hundred men who rushed to Harrisburg
last week, on the spur of the moment, three
fourths have returned, because they were suffer
ed to go away entirely unorganized and unpro
vided for, and totally ignorant of the service that
would be required of them. We are not aware
that more than two companies of Berke county
men are now among the whole number of troops
that have volunteered to defend the State. There
have been plenty to cry "go !" but few to say
" come !" Surely, we must all confess that we
are sadly remiss in our duty. The safety of
property and life, to say nothing of the honor of
our State, demand better things of us.
Now, it is an easy matter to say what others
should have done in this emergency ; but does
that absolve us from what ore have left undone?
We may say that had the County Commission
ers done so and so, a regiment would have been
raised forthwith; but is that a satisfactory ex
cuse for our own failure, as individuals, to work
for the same object? Because the Commission
ers have hesitated to vote away money that does
not belong to them, and for a purpose, however
just and urgent, that the laws under which they
act do not authorize, have we been prevented, or
are we released, from giving of our own money
what we feel able and—some of us, at. least—
willing to give toward the enlistment of the Re
giment which we think our county is in duty
bound to send for the defence of the State ? The
same meeting that appointed a Committee to so
licit an appropriation from the Commissioners,
also appointed a Committee to take up private
collections, and the various corporations whose
interests are centered here, were specialty desig
nated, to be called upon to contribute. The last
named duly was enjoined as of equal Obligation
with the other. Has it been attended to ? How
easily might our Railroad Companies, our Iron
Manufacturers, and others, who have made mo
ney out of the war, and whose valuable property*
is most exposed to the destructive inroads of the
enemy, subscribe the sum that is needed to in
sure the payment of liberal hountiee to those
who are willing to fight for our safety? Until
proper efforts shall be made in this direction—
or, in other words, until our duty as individual
citizens is fully performed, we should be slow to
blame any one but—own/yea.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES.—The Pennsyl
vania Reserves, under Brigadier General Craw•
ford, have been transferred from the Department
of Washington to the Army of the Potomac. Their
number has been increased by the return to ser
vice of many who have been disabled in the
many battles through which they have passed.
Applications have been made by the officers, and
desires expressed by the men, to be led against
the enemy now invading their native State. The
prospect of active service has inspired much en
thusiasm among the Reserves.
RON. CRAILLES J. BIDDLE —We understand
that the ?resident of the late Dentoeratic Con
vention has appointed lion. Charles J. Biddle, of
Philadelphia, Chairman of the State Central
Committee. Immediate steps will be taken for
the full organization of the Committee. The
appointment of CoL Biddle to the Chairmanship,
w ig g ive universal satisfaction. lie is, in every
way, well qualified to conduct the political can-
TllBl3 in this State with vigor, dignity, decision
c ernrne rnme PomTPossP• —• The Republican
State Convention, which wee to be held at Pitts
burgh on the let of July, hen been postponed
until the sth of August, "in consequence of the
disturbed condition of the public mind, growing
out of the rebel invasion of the Pennsylvania
MARTIAL is reported that General
Conch is about to proclaim martial law either
In his entire Department, or in Harrisburg alone.
" COPPERHEAD" PATRIOTISM.
It is an old truism, that when a mint fails in
argument. he takes to calling names. And it is
generally the case that they who thus bring
abitee to their atiSistance, are in the wrong. In
this will be found the secret of the hard names
that the Abolition Republicans are now so free 1
ly casting into the teeth of Democrats. They
can't bear to hear the weaknesses, the blunders,
the failures, and the unconstitutional acts of the
Administration criticised, because they know and
feel :hat the criticises, however severe, are just;
and therefore they bawl out "Copperhead" and
•• Traitor" at the top of their voices, in the hope
of silencing by intimidation and abuse the no
palatable truths that they have failed to answer
by areument. They have called Governor Sey
mour, of New• York, a Traitor;—they have called
Governor Parker, of New Jersey, a Traitor;—
they call all men Traitors who dare to say that
their way of managing the war, and their way of
carrying on the Government in not the only and
These nicknames are insulting, it is true, anti
would be irritating, were it not for their ab
surdity, which is so palpable that those to whom
they are applied, can well atrord to laugh at
them. Indeed, decent men among the Republi
cans themselves are ashamed of them. And
never more so than at this very minute, when
those eminent " Copperheads " and "Traners,' ,
Governors Seymour and Parker are so nobly re
sponding to the appeal of the Governor of Penn
sylvania, for aid to defend our State from rebel
invasion. Look, for one moment, at "the situ:L
-(10D :" Gen. Hooker, for some cause as yet inex
plicable, has failed to hold Lee's army in check
on the banks of the Potomac ; a large force of
the enemy, principally cavalry, has advanced
upon our borders, invaded our soil, and is now
actually marching upon the Capital. Governor
Curtin sounds an alarm, and implores our peo
ple, in words of the most earnest entreaty, try
arouse and come to the recoils. The danger is
imminent, but they do not seem to realize it, in
its full extent, and the response is by no means
general or in numbers sufficient for the emer
gency. A few thousand patriotic men do rush
forward to the defence of the State whose gaiety
and honor they hold dear; but they come in
straggling bands, unorganized, undisciplined,
and unprovided with any of the requisites to
make them effective on the instant. , At Harris
burg, all is confusion and disorder; a contro
versy arises as to the time and nature of the
service in which these men are to be put; and
at least one half of them go home, alleging that
they were induced to come upon representations
that they were required in the State service for
the immediate emergency, and that therefore
they are unwilling to enlist in the United States
service for six months, as was required of them
when they got to Harrisburg. In this strait, our
sister States, through their "Copperhead " and
"Traitor" GOVernors, come to our aid. Twenty
Regiments—not less—organized, equipped, and
ready for instant service—are sent from New-
York; and four or five from New-Jersey. At
last, Pennsylvania is able to make at least a
show of resistance to the threatened advance of
the enemy, and time is gained to bring some
thing like order out of the confusion that has
reigned, and to enable us to call forth our own
resources. At OHS very time, the main body of
troops upon which we have to depend for the de
fence of the State, are New York and New Jersey
Militia! How will it look now, for the ',eye!
Leaguers" who seem to be pretty firmly leagued
together to stay at home, to call these men "Cop
perheads" and " Traitors ?" A New-York jour
nal, in commenting upon this subject, says:
"The Pennsylvania people may also add to
their new stock of information the tact that a
very large proportion of the New York soldiers
who have gone to the help of the sister State are
men who voted for Gov. Seymour, and arc called
"Copperheads" by the New York radicals. We
will not arouse contradiction by claiming more
than half of them as Seymour voters, but we ap
prehend that no radical paper hereabouts will
deny that at leait half of them are of that class.
If it should he denied, we will claim the full
proportion which we have reason to know of."
Now in the face of the facts, what melancholy
reflections must the men have who stand con
victed of the daily non of the vile epithets we
have quoted? If their words had been true, we
might long ago have despaired of the result of
the war. As it is, the country begins to appre
ciate the fact that there is a vast difference be
tween the n loyally" of malignant, unyielding
and persecuting partizanship, anti the true loy
alty which supports the government, the 'Union
end the Constitution. The former is narrow,
sectional and selfish, leading to disunion in the
North, and consequent ruin. The latter is bread,
patriotic, American; and by it only will this
country be saved.
SW . TON ATLANTIC Mouruzy for July—com
mencing the Ilith volume—is received. It opens
with a very interesting paper by Dr. Holmes, on
the art of Photography, eutitled "Doings of the
Sunbeam." Hawthorne contributes a character
istic article on "Outside Glimpses of English
Poverty." Professor Agassiz gives us a scientific
essay on " The Growth of Continents," and in
the way of lighter literature we have several
good Poems, the concluding chapters of " Paul
Dlecker," and a pretty love story called " The
Musician." The success of The Atlantic enables
ifs publishers to employ the best Went in
its pages. Ticknor & Fields, Publishers, 135
Washington street, Boston, Mass. $3 per annum.
OW' HARPER'S MAGAZINE for July is an ex
cellent number. It opens with an illustrated
article on Harrison's Campaigns, being No IL of
the series of "Scenes in the War of 1812." This
is followed by another illustrated paper, entitled
"An American Family in Germany," which is
highly amusing, as well as valuable for the in
formation it conveys. There are many other
good things in this number, not the least of
which are the comic illustrations of " The Age
of Iron"—so seasonable and apropos that every
one will see their point, awl laugh at them. liar
per is for sale by Harvey Birch SI Brother, and
by all Newsmen and Booksellers.
W . " ()OBEY'S LADY'S BOOK. for July has been
received. It contains a beautiful colored fashion
plate, with six figures; sixty three engraving.,
and one hundred pages of reading matter. No
lady, it seems to us, should be without this in
teresting and truly useful
Dar A Comattrrse from the Democratic Con
vention of Ohio, headed by Hon. George H. Pen
dleton, member of Congress, have gone to Wash
ington to ask the return of Mr, Vallandigham,
They bad an interview with the President on
Thursday, and were requested to make their
demand in writing, to which, we presume, the
President will give a written reply.
TREASURE REMOVED.—During the panic at
Pittsburg, to prevent capture by the rebels, the
bankers and others of that city transferred to
Cleveland, Ohio, $15,000,000 in gold, and on
the succeeding day $650,000.
KENTUCKY PCVTUQS.—Ii4n• Charles A. Wick
liffe has accepted the Democratic nomination for
Governor of Kentucky, on the platform alopted
the 04io Democratic Convention, in Colum—
TEE INVASION. '
The Latest , -Gen. Knipe EVRCUateS
The Rebels Step titled 10,000 Strong.
liAnniswma, Julie 24. Noon
General Koipe, deeming his forces not strong
enough to meet the enemy, evacuated Carlisle
At this writing it is not known whether the
town has been occapiod by the Rebels to. not.
General Knipe reports them advancing about
The drinking houses were all closed ibis morn
ing in ohm - nem:c to the Mnyo,', proclamation.
Many of the dry goofs stores are also closed.
Large nun:here of ri - ogees continue to arrive
from the Cumberland Volley.
PROCLAMATION BY TILE GOVERNOR.
50,000 Militia Wanted for Three
HARRISBURO, Julie 26
The Governor will, by authority of the War
Department, issue a proclamation, which will be
published to-morrow, calling for 60,000 militia
for the defence of the State to serve for three
months: the apportionments fin the different
eimittieL4 will also be indicated.
Oen. W. F. Smith has been assigned to the de
fences of the Busqueianna river.
REBEL PROGRAMME FOR THE CAPTURE OF
itAnßisituitu AND PHILADELPHIA.
BALTIMORE, June 25.
The information received here this morning is
to the following purport :
GOD. Lee is said to have pawed through Win
chester on Friday. The entire Rebel army was
then iu motion, claiming to be one hundred
Gen. Ewell was at Hagerstown on "Slonday,
and his corps marched on Tuen.iny for Peanyl
Gen. Longstreet's forces were about crossing,
and were to be on this side by Wednesday.
The Rebel programine, according to the rep.
rementations of a highly intelligent sympathizer
who has just arrived from Western Maryland, is
that General Hill's forces were to occupy Gen.
hooker's attention until the main body of the
Rebel army were well on their way. The Rebel
army would then move rapidly north, having,
in the meanwhile, supplied themselves with
fresh 116Mse4 froth Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The Rebels expected to capture Harrisburg
almost without opposition and move at once on
This extravagant programme was seriously re
lated by the gentleman in question to a loyal
gentleman hero, who was supposed by the relit
tor to be rather indifferent to the success of the
Ile further states that all the Rebel officers
have been newly uniformed and equipped, and
their advance forces were made to present a very
Gen Ewell instructed his men to pay liberally
for everything, and' that although the people
might turn up their noses at the Rebel money
now, they would soon be glad to get it.
These representations are sent for what they
may be worth. However extravagant and sen
cation like they may appear, they are a truthful
representation of the hopes and expectations of
intelligent and thinking helm's.
TIIE REBELS AN IB'CONNELSBURG-OUR
TROOPS RETREAT AFTER A SKIRMISH.
Mcli.vntres HOTEL. FOURTEEN MILES WI ST OE
AlcCoN2.Falmnulo. JO .2) j
The Rebels in force entered .N.leConuellsburg
last. evening, at 8 o'clock. The telegraph oper
stars, after a prolonged journey through the
mountains, et:cot:elect in reaching thla place and
establishing an office. The Rebel advance was
met by a squad of , he Penuaylvania
Cavalry, and a brisk skirmish ensued The
Twelt , h, however, was finally compelled to re
treat belays superior liumbAra, with a loss of
three wenuded A regiment of raili.ia, under
Colonel Ziuk. fell hack at the advance or the eu
etny ; but ati independent company, und.te Capt.
Wallace. took its position iu the mounmine,
huhhwaulting !he Rebels with great atteema
Numbers of the Rebets are known to have
been killed, but the extent of their 19 , 5 ie nn
known Fears are entertained for the safety of
Captain Wallace and bbs company, as up to this
morning he had not. made his appearance. ]t is
beli,ved that. he has retreated to the other Bide
of the mountain. The Rebels had wagon trains
with them, and from R PPORPanCeS, they intend
the occupation of the Valley to he permanent.
THE SUPREME LAW.
The venerable Chief Justice TANET, in the U.
8 Circuit Court at Baltimore, last week, decided
that the regulations issued by the Secretary of
the Treasury, August 28, 1812, fouudecl on the
acts of Congress of July 13, 1801, and May 20,
1802, which provide that no goods, &0., shall
be transported to any place on the north side of
the Potomac since, Berlith of the Washington and
Annapolis railroad, nor to any place on the east
ern shore of the Chesapeake, without a permit of
a duly authorized officer of the Treasury Depart
ment, are unconstitutional and void. In giving
his opinion, the Chief Justice condemned, in the
following strong language, the assumed right of
the Administration to exercise, under the con
strum ire authority which it vaguely denominat es
the " War Power," powers over and above the
A civil war, or any other war, does not en
large the powers of the Federal Government over
the States or the Mille, beyond what the own.
pact has given to it iu time of war. A state of
war does not annul the 10th article of the amend
ments to the Constitution, which declares that
•• the powers not delegated to the United States
by the Constitution. nor prohibited by it to the
States, are reserved to the States respeotively, or
to the people." Nor does a civil war, or any
other war, absolve the judicial department from
the duty of maintaining, with an even and firm
hand, the rights and powers of the Federal
Government and of the States and of the citizens
as they are written in the Convtituiinn, watch
every judtte is sworn to support. Uppoo the
whole, the Court is of opinion that the regula
tient; in question are illegal and void, and that
the setzure of the goods of Carpenter, because he
refused to comply with them, cannot. he sustained.
The judgment of the District Court must, there
fore, be reversed, and the goods delivered to the
claimant, his agent or proctor.
sier Tue DEMOCRATS AND CONSERVATIVES who
mean to stand together for the sake of the coun
try, must take th..e by the forelock and beware
of Roorbacke. Take the sensation story of the
Berks county rebellion against the law, in which
an enroller of Brecknock township had warning
to have his grave dug, was shot at, &c , &.c , all
by Copperheads It is lying by wholesale over
the wires. Henry S Kupp, the Provost Marshal,
says of this " Bloody Bones" story that " mali—
cious persons,"—there are too many such inven
tors of "Copperbee.d" matter,—got it up. Old
Berke is true to the 1.%w as s he undoubtedly will
be found hostile to Abolition end Secession ; for,
says the Provost Marshal, "the enrolling for
Brecknock proceeds regularly, as in all other
townships in the county, and the whole enroll
ment will be finished in a few days."—Roston
DEATII OF Ex GOVERNOR TEMPLE.—Iion, Wil
liam Temple, Congressman elect of the State of
Delaware, died at Smyrna, on Wednesday eve
ning last. He was Governor of that State in
1846, and was elected to Congress in the fall of
1862 He was a gentleman of much ability and
experience in public affairs, and his lose will be
felt in Delaware. A special election is to be held
to fill the vacancy occasioned by his death.
ger PETERSON ' S MAGA'LINI for July, is pub
lished. We have often spoken of the excellence
of this periodical, and the present number is not
inferior to any of its predecessore. It is well
illustrated, and its pages are filled with choice
reading matter. Published in Philadelphia, by
p. 3. Peterson, at only $2 a year.
PAY VP YOUR LICENSES!
Last notice le hereby given, Wall dealerain Merchandise,
Distillers, Brewers, Probers a nd okberP, Fhak kWh.
LiC43IIPOI3 71/11 , 8t be paid on or Wore the let day of July next,
otherwise suit will positively he brought within ten days
alter said date, as required by Law
Jose 273 WILLIAM HERBST, Treasurer.
f NOTICE.—The Tax Payers of the Read
lag School District will lairs notice that the duplicates
have been placed in the ha otbi of the Treasurer, M. Mengel,
Esq., whose office in in Sixth street, near Penn, Those
who pay their ka.a.on before Ike first of August next, will
receive a deduction of live per cent.
EPISCOPAL SBRVICE AT TIM COURT
Home—Divine aerrice to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at
10 o'clock. Seats free to the public. In the evening at St.
Baraabae, at A - before S o'clock.
sir Tut UNION PRAzen Alenvirre will be held
to-morrow ( 9....a.. 1 ) allePrieota, le the Capita March,
Chestnut street, above Fourth, at 3 o'clock. All portions
are invited to attend.
ilter DEMOCRATIC CITY CLUB.—The regu
lar monthly meeting of the Club will be held this evening
at S. ...Yank, 4 Melee Hall. A SAII attendance of the
members Is earnestly desired.
The third Address of the appointed melee will be deliv
ered by Edward H, Shearer, Esq. Babjeet:—" The Con.
etitatioa—the union—and the War."
i Cnutccn IstraavamaNT --The work of
enlarging and improving Cheat Church, in North Fifth
street, is progressing rapidly. The walls for the addition
of 45 feet in the rear are about half finished, and the old
front was torn down this week. to make place far the new
and elegant Gothic front, which is to be built of dressed
sandstone, with a opine ISO foot high. These Improvements,
when completed, will make this Church one of the largest,
and—if the plane adopted by the vestry befaithfuily fol
lowed—most beautiful Church edition in Reading. Ito
whole depth will be 130 feet, end width (or the main build
ing) 45 feet, with the addition of transepts at the Western
end which will give It a total width at that point of 00
ger Tux MOZART Musical, UNION will give
their second Concert on Tuesday evening next, in Keystone
Hall. The vocal mimic, which will embrace a number of
popular secular pieces, will he varied by the instrumental
performances of an Orchestra of sixteen musicians. The
great success of the first Concert by this Association, which
consisted exclusively of sacred music, will assure a fall
attendance upon the occasion of their second public ap
pearance, with a programme of a different character.
SIIOREIe B MINEYMEL TROC/I . V, in company
with the beautifal ' , Star Sisters," Misses Emma and Edith
Whiting, will give their second Concert this evening, in
Odd Fellows' Hall. They bale been performing in Har
rigbnrg to crowded hotoes, and are highly complimented
in the papers of that city, See advertisement,
g JASPER W. NICOLL% Eaq , a Civil Engi
neer on the Reading Railroad. (brother of G. A. Nicolle,
E.g., General driperietaliderit of the Reading Road) died
at Pottstown en Monday laid. at the age of SO yearn. Mr_
Nicoll. formerly reelded in this city, and was successively
engaged as an Engineer in the construction of the Read
ing. the Lebanon Valley. and the Northern Central Rail
road. He was a gentleman of ability M hie profession, and
highly esteemed in social life.
Itir SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION.— The
Universallat Sunday School will celebrate the 4th of July
by a pie-etc in the grove near Blandon, on the East Penna.
Railroad. where their last celebration wee held. A. spoelal
train will convey the teachers, children and their friends
to the place In the morning, and return at a seasonable
hoar in the evening. Rev. L. L. Brings, Pastor of the
Church of the Messiah, Philadelphia, hen engaged to de
liver an oration, and other exercises appropriate to the
occasion may he expected.
Tickets for the Excursion, GO cents each, may be had of
the Teachers of the School.
Tue RTI'S7I,Iv gcrionr, ne Tna Pinar GER
MAN Revolt:MED CHURCH intend celebrating the aiming en•
nice, Racy of our Nation 4 Independence, in netsingec's
Woods, a pleasant place but a short distance from the city.
flAreeses will be made in both language.. and the ex
cellent Mole of tLe llaureil le expected to take part in the
exercises, and judging from the preparations being made,
a lively time may be anticipated.
DEATH OF Ex BrienTPF MAND - EBBACII.—
.161113. Mai:L.l4.lmA, Eqq, late Sheriff of We Cowan and
proprietor of the extensive Slimmer Boarding flonse,lcnown
as " Manderhach's Spring." on the Lebanon Valley Bail.
road, opposite Womeledorf, died on Tuesday last, aged 64
years. after an illness of several weeks. His funeral took
place yesterday afternoon, at Womelsdorf, and was attend
ed by a large concoaree of relaiiven end friend., by whom
the deceased was greatly esteemed for Me many good
Tuw CITY COUNCILS AND TUB STATB
PPYCS.—At the town meeting held in the Court Renee on
the 18th inat., the City Councils and County Commission
ore were each urged to make immediate appropriations to
ward the payment of bountiee to volunteers for the State
defence and toward the support of their families. Councils
held special tneellnes for the consideration of thin subject,
on Friday and Saturday last, and the result of their action
is embodied in the following resolution, by the passage
of which, as will be seen, the whole burden and rewind
bility of the desired appropriation are shifted upon the
shoulders of the County :
WHEtizets, Pennsylvania has been invaded by the foresee
of the Stares in rebellion against the authority of the gen
eral Government, And
WRRllliks. The Pretddent of the Milted States has, by
proclamation, authorized the Governor of this State to
'aloe troops to nerve for a period of six months In its de
. • .
Residuell, Ily the Select. tea Cot:synch Councils of the
city of Heading, that we earnestly request the County
Commissioner. to undid no ftpproprittiml fur the purpose
of giving to each person who may volunteer for the .aid
period of sin month. for State defence. such bounty as in
the judgment of the (70°21114.1.1.ra may he deemed etalcl
ant to secure the imrvices of ouch number or plea ne My be
required to all the quota u[ the County.
ger IMPROVEMENT IN THE MANSION HORSE.—
Mr. De Borbon, the treat and inane-taking proprietor of the
Mansion Honee, has had his bar•room and afire thorough
ly renovated by the application of paint and paper, and
the introduction of new furniture. The iraprovemest Is
[tuneful and durable—the oaken palish% wathscoting and
cornices, with the Hall erittreen Hound floor cloth, bar
monizing well in color and style, and giving to the rooms
an sir of substantial elegance that contrasts favorably with
the glaring and gaudy ornetner.tation that we commonly
see in public saloon. These beautiful room* area fair
sample of the booth itself, which le not more dietingulthed
for ito neat, cleanly and truly comfortable apartments,
than it is for its well-sproe..l and excellently appointed ts
hie Thereto no public house in the country that coin•
Mlles, to each a perfect degree, the accommodations of a
firrt•elass Hotel, with the quiet and comfort of a home, as
does the Mansion Donee. We have often been eurprised
that the Now-Yorkers Lad Philedelphiaos who rush In
crowds to the so•called fashionable slltumer Resorts, In the
vain dope of finding the rest and recreatiod they so mach
need, in the close, confined. hot, meanly furnished, and of.
too filthy cells. of those places—We are ttipritiol, that they
do ant consult their real comfort and blenettra by elindding
each a place an the Mauston Hence Mr oleic Summer red •
deuce. Here th. y may really enloy themselves, and fare
sumptuously every day apart the fresh and pare papaws
of one of the best machete in the world—and all at a coat
so moderate compared with the exorbitaut charged of the
" Watering Places," that they will scarcely feel the extra
expense of their sojourn from home. We write this, not
as a yruff, for lie Borbon is not the wan to cater for editOrial
pufilug—but as a fact that should be known and circulated
for the paella benefit.
air HORSE STOLEN.—CoI. Samuel L. Young,
of this city, who went to Ilerriaburg early Met week, to
ofinr his services in the Stele defence, bad his valuable
borne stolen from him on Saturday. tie had Lied the horse
to a peat in front of Lis quarters in Market street, tied
when Le came to mount the Mead again, it was not to be
found. By the offer of a liberal reward, and the aid of the
Chief of Police, the thief, who proved to be a man in sol
dier'. uniform, was ferreted oat, and the horse recovered.
So the Colonel, in the midst of hie tuldartune, caw oat
right at lent. The thief was seer to Prison.
far As IMPOSTOR AltfccaTF.D.—A German wLo
calls himself Frederick Mohnen, wee arrested ou Tuesday
by Policeman Duthie!, on a chavge of collecting money Voi
der false protium.. It appears that he had forged the
name or Rev. Father Schrader to a aubscription list which
set forth that he woe anthol load to collect money for St.
Peat's Catholic Church, iu Ninth mooed. Ile had succeed
ed in collecting about One hundred dollare before the
swindle was discovered. Ile was Beat to Film to await
trial for the offence.
ter DK3IOCILATIC WM) Ql.llB9. — The several
Ward Clubs will meet, et their respeetive places
of meeting, this evening at 7k o'clock, to form
in procession and march to the Central Club•
THE DEFENCE. OF THE STATE.
In pursuance of a,rall by the Commissioners of Berko
county, a County Meeting was held on Wednesday, June
24, 11 , 6:4; at the Court Roane, io the city of Reading, for
the purpose of considering the propriety of offering a
Bounty for Votuuteera under the late proelamatlon of the
President of the United States and th 4 Governor of Penn
sylvania, for the defence of the State.
At 1 o'clock, P. M., the meeting was called to order by
Capt. Jos. G. Iloimea and organized by the choice of the
President—Hon. J. PRINOLE JONES.
Vine Presidenis—Max... Wan Koabh, of Cloy; Michael
HuHwau and Samuel S. Unger, of Perry ; Dr Diller Loth•
er, of Rending; Ed Recker, of Cternere on ; Solomon L.
Custer, of Amity • Abraham Kerper. of hea ding i Freder
ick lather. of iieeding; riogroOln f Borfolouo. of °mom;
Jaw.. Millbulland, of Rev] itL,; Thomas Jai:an-at ; of
Rending; Tobina liarto, of Reading.
SaTelarte&—Edward li. Clymer and Win. Lowenthal.
The President, on taking the chair, stated the object of
the meeting an net rant. In the cult.
Dr. IL IL Mothlceberg, oh tt. part of 0. Committee ap
pointed at a Town Meeting held on June 15th, In the Court
Home, after aome introductory remarks, odere4 the follow
ing preamble and resolution for the consideration of the
Wnnitrize, The President of the United Stelae has by
recent proclamation called for 511,00 Volunteers for
months from the State of Peonsyl Sadie, which said Volun
teers are to be credited on the draft to the several Con
greesional districts in which they are raieed; and
Wnzazaa. In view of the actual invasion of the State by
the enemy, their rapid advance, and the wide-spread de
struction of property. which mast inevitably follow, uniese
their psogvatai 1.. Checked, the public safety Semantic that
the troupe called for should be raised at once to repel the
invasion • Therefore
Resolved, By the people of Berke county in County
Meeting assembled, that the Commisnionere of the County
be hereby authorized and intimated to appropriate the
eam Of Seventy •Ilve Thousand Dollars or so rum% as may
be necessary to provide Thirty boilers Bounty for Vela's
teers . and such pay for their families as wee given by the
Commitsionere lent year on a similar occasion.
After considerable discussion, the preamble and resole-
Lion aforesaid were adopted.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
J. PRINOIII, JONES, President
EDWARD it. CLYMIR, j Secretaries.
Action of the County Commissioners.
READING, June 24, 1863
At a apeclal meeting of the Commissioners of Berke
county, after having attended a County Meeting of the clti
zees of Berke county, who met agreeably to a call by said
Commissionere, for the purpose of learning the views and
sentiments of the people in relation to the payment of a
bounty out of the County Treasury to each soldier who
may be accepted in the D. S. service in lien of and to avoid
the draft, recently called for by the President of the United.
States ; the Commissioners concluded to oiler the payment
of $25 bounty, together with the same weekly payment to
the families and these dependent upon each soldiers for
support, as were paid. heretofore; provided that the whole
number of Volnnteers required from the county of Barks to
All her quota be liret raised, and thereby wholly and en
tirely avoid mid draft. (Extract from the Minato.)
Supplies for the Soldiers.
An appeal having been made to the Ladies' Aid Associa
tion of Reading by the 11. S. Sanitary Commiseion for sup
plies, in or for to prepare for the Impending battle, the
President of the Society is anxious to anewer II by sending
them stores next week. All articles sent to the• hence of
Sirs G. A. Nicolls during this and the beginning of next
week, will be gladly received and forwarded. The call is
an urgent one, and surely when our own borders are
threatened, those of aa who remota at home should be
more than ever alive to the wants of the brave men who
have gone forth for our defence.
orPirE LATE Minim OF A ROLDrillt AT
CINCINNATI —A Cincinnati paper gives no the following
additional information in relation to the murder of Samuel
hf. Snyder, of thin city, a soldier of the bOtit P 131318. Regi
ment, which occurred on the 9th Inet., in the etreets of that
On Toeaday morning, the dead body of a man was
found by the provost guard in the Six h Ward market. On
an examination of the case, it was stated that, about one
o'clock that morning, a disturbance bad taken place near
the market. between live soldiere and three citizens, bat
nothing concerning the cause of the quarrel was aacertaiu•
ed. This is all that to known of the agate. except that the
name of the deceased was Samuel M. Snyder; that he be
longed to Company is, MU Pennsylvania Regiment ; that
b's parents resided in Reading, Pa., and that bets twenty
two years of age. lie had arrived en Monday nom Camp
Dick ROMPF.LI and had only jean been paid olf, so that he
man have bad a considerable amount of money on him;
the precise amount is not known, but it is supposed to 64
between $7O and $1.31. When searched, however, there
wan not a cent found on him."
el[Ti — SOLDIERS DEAD.—Corporal John B Eis
°libels, non of Mattbiae Ehrenbeis. of this city, who enlisted
last fell in the Third Manna Artillery, commonly called
the •• Sea Coast Artillery," died at Fortreee Monroe on
Tuesday, of typhoid fever. His body will be brought
home for boric].
Henry A. Hineler, of Company E. 101st Penna. Point,
teem, died on the Sib trod., of typhoid fever, at the 11. S.
Gen alai Hospital, Aegean Creek, Va. He with a son of
Charles Ringler, of Exeter township, and in the IDth year
of his age.
Z CHILD DROWNED IN A TOIL—DO tha 15th
irm., a little son of Mr. twine Sold, of Robesonia, named
Henry, shout IS months old, fell into a tub full of water,
during the momentary absence of his parent..., and was
For the Reading Gazelle & Democrat.
THE CITY POLICE
In the Beat. and Schuylkill Journal of the Bth inst.,
appeared a communication beaded " The City Police." It
begins with a hew tshehood by asserting, " that theta
never woe lift moth complaint among °MUMS of all Mites
in regard to our city police its It the present moment."
"A Citizen's" memory mud be very short and foggy, if
he does not recollect that there wan more complaint againet
the police officers when Bully Lyon was chief, in one
week than the.e is in one month at these times. It will not
do to bold the picture in each a position that the commu
nity cannot see both sides of it, for the people have meMo
rites of their own. `• A Citizen " complaint' of "drunken
mon staggering about the streets," this is admitted, and as
long oe liquor is made and people drink it, meet will get
drunk, and the only difference between the drunkest teen
now and at that time, is, that the county Treasury will
have three to four hundred dollars more in its coffers than
when Moms very attentive police officers took up and drag
ged to the look-up every body that even smelled of liquor
Becathei live night policemen cannot watch and Control
twenty-floe thousand inhabitants (or 500) to each officer),
"A CitiZen " gads fault Be also sees disurderl char
acters of both sexes perambulate the streets ;—how does he
know their character 2 he moat have better eyesight than
usual, Or is perhaps more familiarly acquainted with them,
and consequently knows them better than the police otil
At the plc-nic he new crowde of disorderly intruders
wandering stout among the children "drinking, carding,
stealing and mwearing," "A Citizen" is the only person
whom it appears was touched so terribly by thin bad con
duet as other reeprehtt.le people who were there -ay there
netbetter itehavlatur thin year then there had been for
When Col. Mathews came to Reading, (not when the
12dtit Regiment arrivedois -. A Citizen " nays) Mr. Latter
gave a gene-al invitation in the public newepa pore, to his
park, hi 3rd Street. to drink hoer, and as a natural rouse
onenco, the public invitation wee generally accepted too
Whim the crowd came it was impme-ible for two or three
police °Meece to keep three regiments of mon and boys
mixed with one regiment of soldiers, out of the park, and
in they went, over the fence at a hundred places. the
ra-h to the " lager " may better beimegined than described,
there were matt, gleenes broseu but who did it in hard to
pity " A Ultigen " says 'other public gerneue have been
forced to give up their erasing rotten. tn.' , here A Citi
zen' wean to nay that it Ia the duty of the police officers
to take career those placer? If that in what he means, al
lew me to refer Mei to the 17th Sec of the Rates and
Regulations for the governtnent of the pollee of the eito
of Reading, which is panted up In the Mayor's office and
tease as follows—' Thai no pollee officer will he permitted
to eat as an attendant upon any Theatre, Circus or other
public or private exhibition or assemblage, unless speci
ally detailed by the Mayor." The proprietors of such
places must thou.& yea maintain order within their pie
mines or failing to do no, the establiahnuent moist be re
garded and treated as a disorderly hones.
t'A Cutlass" thinks there are probably sue hundred
places is this sire where spirimonn liquorn ore re'd en
Sunday and without licence. If that be Cu, why to IL that
when neck cases, anti gambling houses are returned, that
they are hushed up and eat brought before Court? Can
" A Citizen " ieform me what became of those twenty or
thirty earns returned to Court ender the sigueture of a
certain Atturuey fur milling ligndre un Saeday 7 When
gamblers wore returned by the odieers to Court, who was
the Attotury that acted fur them, and Wan entity of the
most 8151.1ki fig nod :ow tricks to impede and prevent Justice
from being administered to coati vidiators of the law.
Does be desire to have some more returned for his ea-.
epecl.ll benefit? No doubt the " nude of Justice" would
Ica antli.dsmly " rube. b; giving hi re an oppormuity
to makes fee. We would ask "A Citizeu " how many
years he HMV the pulloo officeta of the city of Reading
"kiss the Itiele and declare spun theiroath that they knew
of nothing of the sort," I too mornetimen get into the Court
but bare never yet seen a police officer make rotors
to Court at HAY Court of Quarter Sessions. A Citizen"
bee any eat:tele:let to Wake, if he sees reel: rectsters viola
Bone of the law, why door lie not make cempisilit In
writing at tbeproper place and not belch out his venom
in the manner doue Yu the Journal. 7
Ea - AndIINT or COAL transported on the Phil
e4elybta Railrowd, during the week ending
Thursday, June 20,1863.
Prom Port Carbon, - - • 28,613 1 I
•• Pottsville, - - - 1,401 04
" SchsyMill Haven, - - - 29,199 Il
u lisburu, - - - - • 5 250 92
Port Clinton, - • - 9,•148 14
" Harrisburg, - - - • . 1.963 19
Total for , meok • •
Treylonely this year, -
To same time last year. - -
MAJOR GENERAL FRANKLIN. , —This distin—
guished officer has been ordered to a command
in Louisiana, under Mojor General Banks. He
is now in Philadelphia and will leave for New
Orleisue by the flret, steamer.
BOARD OF CONTROLLERS. r
A nreeLti meeting of the Board wan held on Tuesday eve
ning, Jose '23, 14t53.
The roil of members were called and the following were
Messrs. Arnold, Brlner, fireollins, Frees. avenged, Getz,
tingeeutan, Hahn, [lain, Hoff. donee, NinAlon,
MeGurdy • .L:engel, Aers, Peace, Peacock, Richards, Rob-
Upon, 'eland, gnidal, Van Loor-4 L.
AfiNent—!]ewers. Eckert, Hooker, Sneer, Mulligan Scull,
The President, J. S Richards, Esq., elated the object of
the meeting to be to arcertam what progress, If coy, hod
been mode by the Committee on School Property in the
purchase of the lots selected by the Board at last meeting
for richoul !liinoem in On and nth Wards, and the precoriog
of plans and eetitthiles for the erection of the name.
In the absence of the Chairman of the Committee, Mr.
Gernaod made a statement, whereupon Mr. Flagenman
moved that the President of this Board, in connection with
the Committee on Building and Berd.. be authorized to
have deeds egeented or t h e We selected, and that orders
be drawn upon (ho 'nee:emir for the purchase money of
Mr. Pencock moved to amend by substituting the fellow
ing :—that hoods of the District be issued for the purchase
money 10 the lots.
The amendment was accepted sod the motion adopted.
Mr Getz moved that the Committee on School Property
be instructed to submit plate and estimates far the two
School H 4.188 ordered to be built, at the neat meeting of
The motion wee adopted. On motion, the Board ad—
loomed. LEWIS BRIBER, Secretary.
Professor J. Imtece, M. D., Oculist and Motet, formerly
of Leyden, Holland, le permanently located at No. 511
PINE STREET, PHIL//ELME, ware persons afflicted with
Mammon of the eye area ear will he ectentiflcally treated
and cured, If curable. ARTIFICIAL MS inserted
without pale. No charges made for examination.
N. B.—The medical fatally is invited, as he has no se
crets in his mode of treatment. Unne 20, 1963—1 y
THE CONTUSIONS AND ERPERIENCE. OP A 'NER
VOUS YOUNG MAN.—Pabliehed as a warning and for
the especial benefit of young m en, and those who suffcr
with NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS OP MEMORY, PREMATURE
DECAY, &a , &C., ey one who has cured himself by simple
insane, after being pat to groat anomie and Inconvenience,
through the use of worthless medicines prescribed by
learned Doctors. Single copies may be had (free) of the
author, C. A. LAMBERT, Esq., Oreenpolut, Long Island•
by enclosing an addressed envelope. Address CHARLES
A. LAMBERT, GREENPOINT, Lout; IsuArin, New-York.
Pabliebed for the benefit. and as a warning and CAUTION
TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Decay of Manhood. etc, supplying at the same
time, THE BEARS OF SELF CURE. By one who has c_iired
himself after being pet to ar,at expense and injury through
medical humbug and quackery.
By enclosing a poet-paid addressed envelope, *lngle co
pies may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
may 23-1 y Bedford, Kings County, N. Y.
A. GOOD Mumma Dr. G H. Markley's
Health Restorative Balsam, is strongly recom—
mended as an exonlieut remedy for those common
and distressing disewies, Dyspepsia, Liver Com—
plaint, Piles, &o. D. is for safe in Reading by
Harvey Birch & Broiler. See the certificate of
A. D. Campbell, of Lancaster, in our advertis—
BY A YOUNG LADY. PLAIN SEWING,
Braiding, Ac. Would have 110 objection. to go to the
country. Addrece Mee L. P. G.,
June 27-It* Reading P.O.
C. C. GRIES, Secretary
Democratic Dffeetiog is It a mbur g
A DEMOCRATIC MEETING WILL BE HELD
Lion Tuesday, June 30th. 1863, at 7 o'clock, P. M., at
the public house of Cbarlee Heller. in the borough of Ham
burg, for the purpose of organizing a
and ratifying the nominations of the Harrisburg Conven
tion for Governor and Judge of the Supreme Ggart,
The Democrats of Hamburg and the neighboring town•
ships as well an all friends of the Union and Constitution,
are invited to attend. Several distinguished Speakers will
be present, and address the meeting in the English and
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL. BE PAID TO
any person who will give information to the order
aigned of the person or persona Who maliciously barked
the trees on the Mineral Spring property, and broke the
water-pipe leadirm tram the Stfelman Spring, or for any
damage done hereafter to any of the Water Company
property, whether in the city or IA Mabienberg or Aimee
townships, by cutting or injuring trees, fence., or other
wise, or fishing in any of their waters. All paretra or
gnesdiana are earnestly requested to keep their children
from committing any of the above oiletkeee, as they will
be bald roeponaible for the 40.1116.
M. H. SCULT,
Snperintendent of the Reading Water Company
June 21, ISn3-3t
ATTENTION, TAX PAYERS !
FINIE UNDERSIGNED. TREASURER OF THE
any of Reading. reapectfully notifies the Tax Payers
of the city, that the Duplicates of City Tax on Real re
tote for I Sia, have been placed in his hands fur collection.
Alt perenne are therefore ont‘tled to pay their City Tax be
tween thin and the.firat day of * Ociolmrr ; after which dote.
the Duplicates will be handed over to the City Solicitor,
who will enter Liens 011 all delinquent Tex Payers The
Treasurer may be found at all businema hours at his Mlles.
in the City Hall, corner of sth and Franklin career, 2nd
story. Entrance to his ntlice on Pranklie ntreet.
Jane 27-3mu] Wit. HEIDEN reeicn, Treasurer.
ASPLENDID IsLyODFIOUND—AN EXCEL
LENT Watch Dog Will be sold cheap for ow+.
Can be seen at the Plorth•West corner Fifth and Franklin
street. Jane 27-It*
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER Ob' THE OR.
514 COURT of Berk. county, will he sold at Pub
lic Vendee, on Saturday, the 18th day of July, 1861, on the
premises, in Rockland lownabip, said county: All that
certain mettatmas, tenement and tract of land, situate In
Rockland townabip. Barks county, bonnded by lands of
rn. Jacob Robrtmcb. John Keller (now deceased). Peter
'filler, deceased, and Daniel Y. Peter, containing
.Withirty•slaht II CM, moon 1:111 . less: On which are erected
a two-story STON 110081 f, Stone Swim Barn and other
outbuildings. Late the property of Hunnah Allen, de
Bile to commence et I o'clock in the afternoon, when doe
attendance will be given. end the term,, of 9do made
known by CHARLES WEBER, Adminietrittor,
B, order of the Court.-13.cmc Dauer Clerk
The Oldest Business Stand in Reading
.V`OR SEA AL.
LL THAT SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT TWO.
STORY nominees Stood, Dwelling House and lot of
ground, on the South-Diet corner of Court Street and Fifth,
iu the city of Reading, to offered at private ogle. The Lot
contains about 30 feet front on Fifth S reel, by about AO
feet on Conrt Street, one of tbe oldest byndne. stands in the
city, having been oconpied for nearly tiny yearn ao g Tin
nod glove *tend, by 1=95 Lung, lately drummed.
Will be sold low and on libels] ferule at hotel two-thirds
of the purchase money may remain a lien on the premises.
Apply to Alderman WM. B SCHCSNER,
jam, 27-3 t Court Street, Reading.
Soap and Tallow Chandlery for Sale.
'pillE UNLPERSIONED OFFERS FOIL SALE A
completely fitted Soap and Tallow Chandlery, with
drain, kettles, etc., of the Cdfileity of 20,0011 lb,. per weak ;
may be locrea.ted with addition of kettles to 80 001 ihs.,
and situate in the hest market in the State of Pennsylvania.
The building in a three-. ory brick, with cellar, large
Wore room, eNbio, Woonn.hongo, ow.. 20 feat front,
feet deep, convenient to railroad and carnal. %% ill be sold
low end 011 liberal terms. For farther particillore, price
and scrub., apply, by letter or in person to
JACOB C. senoENER, Commercial Broker.
June 27-3t] F Court Strout, Beading.
- vxoutisioN TIC KEI
124 et Rending, good from Fit
Jn y Gth, 180:4, to and from th ,
Philadelphia, Ai SO
Pottsville, 1 40
Ashland, 2 00
And to all other pointa at no
THE UNDERSiGNED, APPOINTED TIV TI E
Orpheus' Court of Berke comity, to audit, restate and
make distributlott uu the account of William and botac
Gerhard, ad rein i.trat lora With the Will annexed. or Fred
crick Gerhard, deceased, late of Tolpehoccuu township,
Berke etteety, tvi.l meet the Var. Iwo inierestea in the par.
pease of bisappolctutera, at bisoflice, iu the city of ...odium
on Monday, the I .tib day of July twat, at L o clock to the
afterouou of said day.
Jane 27-31] JES-SE C. HAWLEY, Auditor.
UNDBUSIGNI•II), HAVING BEEN AP
POINTKo Auditor by the Orphane' Court of Borks
comity, to audit and restate the account of Daniel Straw.,
Adteiondrator of Isnot, Shade, late of Upper Tulpeh,a•coo
lownehip. Berke county, deceased, and make
of the balance to Ms betide, will ninetthe partieaint•reated,
at Lis often to Court etreet, in tile City or Hooding, on
N , ottatty. the folk day of July, 1563, at one o'clock to the
June 27-31] E. It. SHEARER, Auditor.
A POLICE OFFICES
Estate of Dr. Henry W. Johnson, late of
Boyertown, Colebrookdale township,
Berke county, deceased.
- - -
NOTICE. —ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NO.
TIFIEI) that Letters of Administration O n the Estate
of Dr. Hilary W. Jolin,on, Isle of Boyertown, C.ilebrook
dale township, ItPrk3 county, deceased, hove te:eti duly
wanted to Peter Y Breed Unger and 1%, ()rim,
retddine Enlebeookdslo township, connty afiresaid and
Jonathan R. Rhoads, nodding In the 91h Word, city of
Philadelphia. All torso,, having claims and demands
easiest the Estate of sled decedent, are requested to mks
then, known to cold Administra•ors without do!ity, end
those indebted to the Estate, are requeated to make Imme
. . 7V077 I 3
• 1,4t6 S2B 12
- 1,542,0L5 05
WILLMAN K. ORI4, Administrators.
JONATHAN H. RHOADS,
Jane 27-6 t
N. B —The books of ■atd decadent aro In the hands of
Peter Ir. Brownlnger, upon whom, Verona inden.en can
EYE AND EAR
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD !
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
TS WILL BE ISSUED
FLIDAY,JuIi 34. to MONDAY,
le following points;
Plot, Drove, 1 70
Lebanon, I. In
0. A. NICOLLS,
AUDITOR S NOTICE
I" . ..E — AC Mai
" MOZART 93
WILL GIVE THEIR SECOND
AT KEYSTONE HALL,
On Tuesday Evening, Jane 19, is p ) ,
CONSISTING OF SOLOS. DUETTE QUARTETTE ,
BUSSES, AND ORCHESTRAL PIECE..
*Sr For particular. ice email bill..
Poore °pea at 7—Goncert to commence at ELL n'At
Eorpiale at Strickiand'e and Hechler'e Bookstns.:. p. j
K. 1116,:nrdy's Drug Store, and at the door. [j -m..
NEW A DYE RTISF" °VI"
NO. 10, EAST PE.)111 SO, MI v 2,
PLAIN TAN CRAPE XLIRETZ;
PLAIN COLORED ALPA.f.!A;
NEAT PLAID 3I0Z.13IBI(r;E;
CLIOCOLATE AND WHITE
NEW ORIiANDY LAWNS
PLAIN BLACK LAWNS;
SECOND MOURNING LAWNS
SILK SACKS AND CIRCULARS•
CLOAK SACKS AND CIRCULAV
BLACK LACE POINTS;
GRENADINE SHAWLS; , )lIISL N:;
PRINTS, GINGILVAIS, and all kb„
LOWEST INAILSET razur.i:
June 27 , lgeg.
The Great Star Troupe has seine.
ODD FE LLO WS' HAL L,
SECOND NIGHT OF
J. G. H. SHOREY 9
The Great Ethiopian Comodiam with life areal
Combined with the Beautiful Star 8101e18,
EMMA and EDITH WHITING.
This (Saturday) Evening, June 27, 11353,
GLORIOUS BILL TO-NIGHT.
CROWDED t CROWDED:
With the beauty and elite of every city and twz
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGILUDIE*
LOOK AT THE LIST OF STARS.
Who will appear each night.
MISS EMMA WHITING, the beantifol and Irrei,'
MISS EDITH WHITING, the cbarming and forl!,
MISS KELLY SEYMOUR, the greatest Vocalist ,a the
Will be present and enliven the audience with tome tue •
MR JOHN CARL. Champion Jig Dearer, and VW,. ••
MR. J G. SRO REV, the beet Ethiopian Comedoto in 1,
MONS. ANDRIA ARDELLA. Pianist.
THE BEAUTIFUL sTAR SISTERS.
MR. °SORGE DA:MOUS, the Celt/OMM /Wok'
stux WARP the far famed GontleoVinger.
CAM TOM HINTON, late of the 1021 Regiment, n
yenta Volunteers, will be present with his
to take management et the door.
.1161 - Nothing said or done to °trend the most faitiLeas
Proprietors, SUOILEY dr HAMMOND.
J. G. H. aIIOREY. Mt 4
Admission, 211 Cents. Children, 15 Ceara
Reserved for,Ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; pa. r...
to rommesea at 8. DOW> 9.: 1-
SW The Brass Band will give a grand BA L.o:,
SERENADE In front of the Hall at 7 o'clock.
FRENCH CR.L'ogirIVX :
For Bald Heads and Bare Faces !!!
rilinS CELEBRATED ARTICLE 1$ WAH-
L RANTED to bring ont a lull rat of Whhacer.,
Mean:len face, or a fine growth of hair no a BA ill V 1 ,1.1 I'l
less than six weeka, and will in no way chain or lojare
skin. The French Crealh la Mitnufactured by jr
Prt.sTasedle, of rarie, and is the only rellabla
the kind. Use no other." WARRANTED IN
Oira Box WILL DO TAR WOOS. Puss $1 OD. imported ..1
for sale Whole/tale and Retail by
TIIOS. F. CllAPltiAli.
Chemist and Druggist, en Broadway. New-t.• k.
P. S. it Box of the Oatmeal sent to any addr. , 4 "-
turn mall, all receipt of price, and 10 cents tot Buclogt.
Tjr ANIS, TONGUES AND DRIED BEEF, EX
j_ CELSIOR Flame, at FEOCitt:fCs,
j (We 27 40 South Fifth t
11E0 EFINND BUTIAIte• AND SYRUPS OF ALL
kinds, for sale by turret or pound, at
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES INGREAT
oselely, bokb Fancy and Staple. always no hand aad
for sale by A. H. PEOCOCK, Grocer and Ten 1),/tler.
June 27 40 South Mb Street, Beading.
PRIME OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEI
in small mate, just received and for see Ct
SAP SAGO AND NNE APPLE CHEESE. AT
inne 27 PIK.
40 South Fill Srt, e:.
MEW NO 1 OALMON, JU3I7 REGIATED
ithd for side at
not: 27 40 South Filth :tree!.
G I..tSS LARUE Lol' oe sELP
SEaLISCI Clues Jun?, pst received xnd (.r.ll
P i WK . 2:-
June 27 40 Smut, P.llb
NEW VITEEELY rarest.
"THE UAMBURG ADVERTISER, -
Ina UNDERSIGNED WILL PUBLISII
1 . or about the let July next, a new Weekly Euell , e
Paper. in the Borough of Hamburg, Berke conoty, P..
Tenets—One Dollar a year. Ad rdelot
K. REX ttY SlAol.l.be7 BEDDED. rUblieber.
Jana 6-41] tlainburg, Harks man.
CFIARLES GRATE, A STRANGER, sn.-
from Pennsylvania died in the Toronto
Hospital. Toronto, Canada, ahont a month ago, lent to,:
roadry moneys and papetit, which will be delivered h.
relative'', proving flair tinitto, on application to the
teen. W. ifietitttli 1 10 1 .
Chairman board of Titt•!:—.
Toronto, May 29, 1863
Estate of Mary Porr, late of the City c
IicOTICH IS lißitElni GIVF.N THAT LEI
TENS teatamentary to the Fottom of ?Ivry Parr,
of the city of Reading, deceased. have been grinvd
subscriber, residing in the saute city. All too..tomia.l(
to said Estate are requomml to make paynkm,i, and nt:
so " 1 " Yi " claims Hgoinfit the seine are also
iu 'r(lent il , umprouerly au•tieutiottted for seuletosot.
May 24-(it* ()Wittig in)itit. Etment.l.
Estate of Sarah Wyandt, late o f OLeY
township, Barka county, deceased..
THE UNLIERSIGNED AUDI fon,
ed by the Orphans' Conrt of Berke comas', to
religion, and nigke dintriitillloll on the /111tonlit .11 Owl •
Ma msg., A dtsliohtratur of Sri mt. Wymrlll,
gives Uol;cti that he will attend. for vita moth.. "' t '
attics its Court kink., Reeding, on W o giosslny, the i
day of July unit, at 1 atat..ak • W, whoa n,1.1 W;“ . "' ll
rti,o interested may attend If they 1-4,111,.qt , e.
June A. U. 6 tttiS,, Amino,
To the Members of the Berke couoty Mu
tual Fire Insurance Company.
A S THIS COMPANY lIAD SEVERAL I!'' -
11 ee s WO pay, canoed through tierpterie
fag children to have matches In their ion'
to notify the membore of said Company, the t
damages will be paid cau,nd through noun
the ectue can be no proven.
JAMBS LEE, SeMIL ry
NEWTON D. STRONG
A 'l.` T 0 N I' A L. A W
A r A FFICIi IN co um STIMET, N 1 0 ,A lt 11 rill
Ur114.41n, Pa, LldNrch 14, i5t%1440,
90 South Fifth Sr
40 South Fifth .Itrtt