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

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Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

NATIONAL MOTEL, (LATE WHITE _SWAW.) Bade) Street, _abovs TWrd, _PbJladlpbia. npHIS _ESTABLISBMBNT _OFFERS GREAT ' X inducementsnot only on account of reduced rate* of board, hut from its central location to the avenues of trade. _S..X11 1 _JiS conveniences afforded by the _aeveral *«*««« .^»»w «»» fumUng past kM contiguous to H, by _3_?Icfc r*^to .cal *"to * SoM ft_» Hotelshould tiey. beprenrred tojne regular Omnibus connected wbhth* House I am determined to _AsireM my whole attention (o Sijoeifort and «en*enl«tt«e of my _gueateT ^^ ™ Tar _2ta«», tl _aiptr . _ilay. 7 7"". _ • ¦¦¦ © C. flBaBISr,Proprietor. k T_.Y._^ _^ Q_^X^^^^Safej

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

A (TJ ,_,_*. . VAN AMNMH m Mammoth _^ Menagerie JREAMORALf EXfllBlTie_,\ , _JCymt_* _^acwBiteTyrsWisTi _a _g_^r._j CoJ_^_rtal iGrOlden_^ChTriot, • _JStii . TS5S35_Sw«tgoTto.ti)oth| • ¦ _JkV \ Pnu »»d _plewnre in calliac ;/ _jkT i\\ toe-attention ofi disBrlmln. »* _JsBBSjV " Mint _publie _^ to _*e fact that1 _^ _«s_^^A pier (-with _»v determination to _jflft ^\ '< "i?**^*> •_tfcrywposltton or | |l»_Jua_»irtSefaormounnm«f JL .s»1 ' _»_Osb1TO OO t _^r _g)_no;make'lt.ann>_ass _anythlue _^^^^FXCUe&Vlmft'W _tUti pte-emtn_^ _jBBBBBM _ilUit_^ TW* every»competitor.1 _^^^^ \ |TAlitheadvante«_ei that wealth ^^^^¦k 1 talent tsvad- experience _oonia ¦B^^^^^_bJ _oommana," tore been brought |^^P< Ps_*W IntojiwqnUitlonlinlstartinf _IiBBbW Jilli,,i'l| _tlilif flfaBtl*|«iiMHirUej R_*_. I_^_tsJissM_? nU iri*E ia .l ?i¥r _-_»Vttn *Am _-! _*^ip ¦ . trieMvolleoUngrAnimal* for Ahu Menaferie, reports of hit! m4_bBBBbIiHB_^ I _^YsB_^sVMIBfflKllXsftSlSsl'' Btt ^^^W I ndI...

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

GEN. HUNTER'S ORDER We published, last week, an extraordinary Order, purporting to have been issued by Genera l Hunter, commanding the Military Department of the South, declaring martial law over the States of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, and pronouncing the slaves in those S tates " forever free." It came too late for us to nia_^0 any comments upon i t, but its _presumptuousness was so great that we were almost persuaded to doubt its genuineness. Indeed, it was bo flagrant an assumption of arbitrary a nd unauthorized power, that the newspapers generally, with the exception of the 2_few York Tribune and others of the ultra abolition stamp, denounced it. The President's Proclamation, therefore, repudiating this Order, and declaring it " altogether void," was a groat relief to the conservative people of all parties, who saw in it another, and by far the roost dangerous advance that has yet been made toward the accomplishment of the revolutionary designs of the aboliti...

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

iiEATH OF GEN. WILLIAM H. KEIM. i;h0 report of tl_»e serious illness of Genera! YfnxiAit H. Ksut, which came to us la?t _weei, was swiftly followed by the sad and totally un expected intell igence of his death. He died os Sunday afternoon last, May 18th, 1862, ai 1 o'doolt, at the Brady House in Harrisburg, of'7 phoid fever and dysentery, contracted by the exposure of camp life, while in the service of h._s eountry. William High Kiim was the oldest son of Benneville _Keim, Esq., late Mayor of Beading, no was born in this city, June 23d, 1813, and at the time of his death was aged 48 years, 10 months and 24 dajs. He was educated at the Mil>t»>'_7< Aoademy at Mount Airy, near Philadelphia' which in its day was justly celebrated as one of the foremost educational institutions in the United States. After graduating with honor, he entered the counting-house of his faihor_, then at the head of one of the largest mercantile houses in Beading, and applied himself to...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

THE HOMESTEAD BILL A LAW The following is a correct copy of the Homestead bill, as passed by both Houses of Congress, and signed by the President: AX ACT to Secure Homesteads t<h Actual Settlers o««i« Public Domainand lo Provide a Bounty for _SolMer in. lieu of _Oranis of the Public Lands. Be it enacted by the Eenateand _Houneof _KepreaentaUvei of tte United States of Ameriw _«n _Congres. _AsMBlbled ! Th»t any pereou wlio is _pe bead of» family, or who h_* arrived at the age of tw_«Bty-one years, and i» a C }"™J °' tho United EtaUs, or who shall bave filed his declaration of intention to become suchas required by the cftturaUMtion laws of the United States, and \rho has never bora arms against (he United Slates Government, or gweu au and comfort to Us enemiesshall, from and a«er 2™ *™ of January, 1863, be entitled to enter one quarter section, or »less quantity, of unappropriated public lands, upon which said person may have filed a pre-emption claim, or which may, at t...

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

Wt f The Union Psayib _Mktinq will be held to-morrow_^Buniiay) afternoon, in _tfce Evangelical Methodl»t Church, _JTorth Eighth afreet, at 3 o'clock. The weekday prayer meetings will fef held at the him place during the week, on Thur»day and Saturday evea-Ings, at 7_tf dock. All person* are Invited to attend. _WST Thb Lebanon _Classis of the German Reformed Church ia Fenuylvanlfti will bold IU nextwi-¦ _lon tn _Emannel _ChoMn_, Hamburg, from Friday, the 80th inst., to Tuesday, the 3d of Jane. The opening sermon will be preached on Friday evening by the Bev. Mr. Kramer, President of _Clastis. On the following _dayi_, public reUgtoas services will be held, morning and even-Ing. She proceedings of the CUmU wlU be pnblic, and all persons are invited to attend. _|fi&" COUF_1RMA.TION ATD COHHDHION.—EeV. B. S. Zweizlg will celebrate the Holy Commnnionin Emannel Church, Hamburg, on Whitsunday, the 8th of Jane. The services will commence at 10 o'clock. A. M., and will be conducte...

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

For the Heading Gazette and Democrat. The "Journal" vs. Lehlgh County Mr. Editor: Allow me a small space in the columns of your paper, not to display my ingenuity in writing, for _uueh I claim none , as these imperfect lines will show, but rather to vindicate the truth. The editor' of the Reading Journal, in the issue of the 17th inst., informs his readers that " It is a crime in Lehigh county for a Democratic candidate to be ' too much of a Union man,' _Jfe _caa sympathize with the traitors as much as he pleases, and do all in his power to make the _Government unpopular with the people, but he mustn't be too strong for the Union. Mr. Wm. S. Marx, of _Allentownj a Douglas man, was thrown over-board by the Democrats of that county last Saturday, because he was 'too much of a Union man.' Stiles, a Breckinridger, was nominated, because he is not particular on that subject." _Npw_, any man. of common eeuse knuws. this to be false. The Democratic party of Lehigh. ' county, in connect...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS , READING GAS COMPANY. r\N MONDAY, THE 9_TUJDAY. OF 3UN& \J next, an election will 1m held at _tbe offles ofthe Company, No. 90 Xorth fifth street. Beading!, hetweeatte _" nduetUieVos_1neM ofMieVr_^m_^y fcr;theebsnlli|(yMr. jnay34-*t JC. P. _EMITH, Hecretary and Treas. \ American Kvcmmw r#*+v_% 4PARADE OF THE OBDBR OF _UWIjfpD American HeehanleswlUtakeplaeeatTlMtWMd' .on Monday, the 9th of Jnne, 18*2. All members or tbe Order are respectfully invited to attend: It 1* expected that an Excursion Train will leav* Beading on said far* by Soft Penji*< _fiaiUwdt (_3_T Addresses will lie delivered la English and German, by several friends of the Order. By order ofthe Committee of Arrangements. J. K. KLINE. LBVI TBMPLIN, o. 9. _schaeVfkb, vahus sbidkl, BKHNBVIW.B _DBWKBS, (may?*-? ONE HUHDRBD YBARS' _FESTIVAIi t\m _BEBPECTtfCLL_* INVIfE THE PUBLIC W to attend the celebration of the one-hundred years' dedication of the Organ In St. Pant's Church, near Lo...

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

THB TRIBUTES OF _RBADISG TO THB LATE 6EK. WIfcl.IA.MC H. KEIH. At a meeting of the military and citizens pf Beading, held on Tuesday evening, May 20,186!, at Capt. Bnrk_< har t's Hotel— Gen. Tobias Babto presiding—to mak< arrangements for attending the funeral of Gen. William H. Kiim, the following resolutions, reported by a Commit tee, consisting of the Han. J. Pringls Janes, David Me' _Knlghtt J. M. _SotisvA_*, W. E. Paali aad Levi _MaUVergw, were adopted, and ordered to be published: fc WILLIAM H. KEIM. The death of William Hm Kbiv, whose lite has been identified with some of the higher interests of Berks conntv_. calls upon ni, who were nappy to have town bU neighbors and Mends, among whom he lived sod who knew him bestto give a last utterance to onr regards and to onr regrets in his behalf. _, ,,' tot long yean » prosperous merchant, we knew mm ai one whose praises were npen all men's tongues, as weU for enterprise In business, and liberality in promoting the ...

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

Mauahoy _abd Broad Moukxain Bauboad.— This road ia now almost completed in all its parts and _appertenances, and next month coal shipments over it will begin; the machinery of the inolined plane on the north slope of the Broad .Mountain is in place, and the engines built at the Heading Bhops for operating the high grade on the south slope of the Broad Mountain are ready for service. This road, we believe, connects with breakers of all the existing collieries in the Mahanoy region, and by branch roads projected and in progress, will open an outlet from many coal tracts hitherto unavailable, because without the means of communication with a market. Terhkio Hail Storm.—A very destructive hail storm passed over McConnelsburg, Fulton county, Pa., about 5 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Nearly all the windows facing the storm were shivered. The young leaves and shoots were all cut from the trees, and the ground covered several inches deep with hailstones, some of which were at least thr...

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

_^m ^^¦p. NERAL. _^H _^^Hral Keih were brought to _^B _^^B_>r _S> on Wednesday morn-^M _^^Vthe male memberg of Ms _^_B _^^Kcock, Maj. Brady, of the _^H ^^¦Committee of the Masonic _^_B _aBBBBL aDd AdJutant General Bus-^H _^^Beeneral Hale, and Co minis-^m mm&' Thcy were J_3_#*$TK tIie M 4 _rflmfjf"B ° f citiznna> _^ escorted to the residence. ' ©! the late Gen. George M. Keim, _iu _dw lh Fifth street, whence the funeral took place. The body, attired in the uniform of a Brigadier General, was enclosed in a plain coffin, covered with black cloth, and with silver mountings. A silver _ebielU on the lid _recorded ths same, age and date of death. At 2 o'clock, P. M., the military, oitizens, and various associations to which the deceased beloog<d_, began to assemble, to pay the last sad tribute of respect to the memory of their departed comrade, brother, and friend. At about 3 o'clock, the procession commenced moving toi wardl the Charles Evans Cemete...

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

mw _smm ¦ v 7 .. . iimum~\ * WE HAV_^J STOW Of m A _siPiLiBHiibHin) _ASs_^teEaiEna' _^ SILK MANTLES&. S ACQUES_, Comprising all ibe latest styles, mi mud! in the very best _manoor. , » | gmter bwgainj In _BLiVClc and ¦ .-FANOV ORI8B SILKS. Mottttiiog and Seoond Mourning Goods of every kind the market affords. A f _ptL U» OF SVS _VMBivBWAS A_«_p _PABABOIg Also, just opened, WVeral _oasog of BLEACHED MUSLINS, One of the Vest makes ant _offorod tcah9 public, "_* . At 124 Cents _Per Yard, All these goods lure bean selected witb great ear« in the principal market* of tin country, and will be bold Bt prioos TJmJBVM&V* liOW. KLINE _& EPPIHIMER, xfo. ic. bar mm _awaas B READING. PA.

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

A RIGHT STEP BACKWARD. The _Ilauae of Representatives, on Wednesday, mid on the table, by a large majority, Senator Stunner's bill to allow negroes to carry the mails of the United States, which passed the donate about a month ago. This was done in pursuance of the recommendation of the House Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads. Mr. Colfax, (Republican) of Indiana, gave the reasons of the Committee for their action, and these were briefly as follows :— " Not a single person of any color, from any State, had ever petitioned for this repeal. No Postmaster General had ever recommended it—no public opinion demanded it. It would not only allow negroes to be mail contractors, and therefore officers of the Government, but Indi ans and Chinese also. It would impair the security of the mails, for, in some States, blacks, Indians and Chinese are not allowed to testify iignliist whites, &r>d, If robbed while in their hands, we could not procure legal testimony, as now, ...

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

THE ARMY VOTE THE SUPREME COURT DECLARES IX UNCONSTITUTIONAL. . Judge Woodward, of the Supreme Court, rendered an important decision this morning, in declari ng the entire Army Vote, cast at the last election, unconstitutional. The following cases were before the Court, on which decisions were _rendewd, v ' u _« . The Commonwealth vs. Joseph Kunzman.—Error io Philadelphia. Opinion by Woodward, concurring opinion by Reed. Judgment affirmed. In n contested election of District Attorney for _Luzerne county. Certiorari to Quarter Sessions of said county. Opinion by Woodward, Thompson dissenting. In the first case, a person was prosecuted in _Philadelphia, ally for Illegal Voting at the late election, while he was in the service of the country as % private soldier. The defendant's counsel argued before the trial was had, that the indictment should be quashed, for reason thai (he whole army vote was unconstitutional. This view of the case was sustained by the Judges of the Court, ...

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

THE BATTLE OF _WIIXIAMSBURQ Colonel MoCarter, of-the 93d Regiment, P. V., has written a very interesting letter _x< 4o hie son, describing the fight at Williamsburg, in which his regiment participated, which we have read. It appears that the marching to WitliamSburg was, to use the Colonel's expression "dreadful," neatly 6fi« half 6f the feglfnefit str-agglihg behind, being without strength to move faster, owing to the horrible condition of the roads, in the mud of which the artillery and baggage wagons were inclined to stick fast The _regfc pent _nade their natch, of seven or eight miles from Lee's Mills to the battle field, oifthe day:of the fight, (5th inst.,) over such roads, and all the way heard the roar of the cannon, and, on nearer approach, the rattle of musketry, giving the stimulus of excitement to aid them in surmounting swollen streams of water and mud—the latter especially. They arrived at length, and were moved up to support part of Hooker's division, w...

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

Advertising _Aqehoies. —The bnainus of an advertising agency, honestly and energetically conducted, in the _" oonmeroial _oities , is' an important . adjunct to the newspaper publisher. But, conduoted aa the majority of _thtse'_agettptei hav« been, both in Philadelphia and New York (and perhaps other cities), they are but a leech, a moth upon the country press—eating of its substance and rendering no * equivalent for the apongtvlike absorption of the labors of the latter. I They are profuse in promises, but _eoanty in performance. They pocket the money merohants pay them for advertising, and leave pub lishers (who earn it) to whistle for ,the_^_,pay, This has been the rule to so general an extent that all good publishers in the country have discarded them altogether. Then ia, however, one honorable exception to-this rule, and'that is In the case of _PaxxiiiaiM & Co., _Vhosv names we to-day print as authorized to transact _^ny.sbasiness for us ihthe cities of New Tork and...

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

ABOLITION IS SECESSION _Tbstimont of Ampsbw Johnston.—" I would not be personal, but an Abolitionist is as much _» Secessionist as any to be found in South Carolina. Now, as much as these Disunionists of both classes abuse, each other, they nevertheless both unite in laying violent _haads upo a the Ooveriu&ent that tteve_« harmed either. If I were an Abolitionist, I would break up the Uniion; for the disruption of the Union must inevitably destroy and obliterate slavery. Hence we are for the prosecution of this war to save the Government as founded by our fathers; for restoring the Constitution as we received it without regard to the peculiar institutions of any State., That a Secessionist and an Abolitionist ftre tBt _psyr, I can prove by e> simple syllogism —aa. abolitionist is a dbunionist; a disunionist is a secessionist; therefore a secessionist is an abolitionist."—[Hon. Andy Johnston's Speech at Columbia, Oct. 1861.] _Testimony op Honest "Job Hom."—"We ...

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

g£_T We quite ageee with the Chicago Timei that when the time comes to make peace, the work of harmonizing discordant elements will not be done by those who have made the trouble. The demagogues and fanatics—North and South —whose follies and wickedness have embroiled the nation, will have to stand back, while patriots endeavor to bring the country as near as possible to the status quo ante bellum. _J®» The Papers say that General McClellan_, though struck by a piece of shell at Williamsburg, escaped uninjured. We are not surprised at it. An officer, who could stand as many _at tacks from politicians as he has done, must be bomb-proof. I_®-AA.KOH Druokbnmii.:lbk, of North Whitehall, who was sentenced in the _Lenigh County _Coatls In 1852 for burning a barn, to ten years in the Eastern Penitentiary, was released on the 8th inst., his term of imprisonment having expired. Thb Latb Fiss in Teot.—it is estimated that the aggregate loss of insurance companies, by the fire in Troy, w...

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

DaYia _McKnlgtat, Treasurer or tbe Soldiers' Union Fund. To am onnt received from .....'. Bifid PUBk% County Tr»atttM_», UflOOOO Pefer Bhenemah, Ctty TteaSttct, , H0«0 Or. 8. S. StevenioontribuUon, . SS 00 Messrs. HaU&Jbdly, contribution, - MOO Jacob DrenkleTreasurer BaUroad Depot Com., 1 65 Henry "Haitman. Treasurer of Cms. on provisions, U DO • *Wl aB ?I _iW »_J< ?' 'flr _^ lJE 1W _^_W _^ *W -Jotan B. m n 1 mi i»ch_ _oonnrisTisvnoMa _vii s *_wfo ¦_vxuox% on Gilbert * BuUdry goosd_* and groeerlfe_, 100 00 One order on Beni. _Bogler, boots and •ness, 25 00 One order on A. Henke « Co., beoU and, shoes, SS 00 '¦ . »_W18J6 : COWTBA,CB. ByamoUtarotasM eAldifOin _" _' - Count*C«mml»_si»_neft, ¦ . -#401M Horth-lEasl%ara committee, »« 00 NorthWejtWard dp , _ffi ff Sonth-East_^ard do. . _. 977 to Sonth-WestWard do. 6M 61 Sprnce Ward do. VMM UidonFundOofflmUtM,mltMllaneattj| •sp«iuM ._ at Beading, HarriabBrgaad _Leneester,. 180 10 Paid Directors of the Poor, anoint ef Be...

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