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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

1ST" The 88tii Pkisma. _Ivegimbht.—This Re gtmcut has tuffered severely in its loss of officers during the engagements through which it lias passed. Sot one of tbe neld._olHcera under which U entered tho service remains; aud we now learn that -Major D. A. Grilfllii_, originally _Captain of Company H, w.'B honorably discharged from til9 Military service of the United States on the 1st of January, 1S63_, for _disability. At the same date, aud for tiie tame cause, 2(1 Lieutenant James C. Pelt it, of Company H, was aUo honorably discharged. The Regiment is now in temporary command of Captain J. Parker Martin, of Philadelphia, and tbe three Heading Companies are officered tut _folIO_._TBt Co. A Beneiet P. Fonet, of Philadelphia, Captain. Henry Whitesido, do 1st Lieutenant. Co. J}.—Edmund A. Mass, _Cnptain. Geo. B. Bhoads_, 1st Lieutenant. Co. JI.—Frank B. Shalters. jr., Captain. llenry Quimby, lit Lieutenant. A

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_JJfcjf 1he " IIbadino Adler " entered upon its ittely-sevenlh year on Tuesday last. _Tliuugli rapidly neuring a "patriarchal age," Unhewn do signs of decrepitude, but displays as niucb vigor and enterprise ia its editorial and bnsiues-s uianaueuient ah it over did. The Adlir Btands, without dispute, No. 1 of lh« Ceiiuan _Nuwxpaiier Pr&is al l'eunuylvunin. »Dd ban _ubtaiued a circulation nnil influence that make it oue of the must valuable weekly papers in the Uuited States. We are pleased to learn tbat it _commeiicos tho new-year with increased pro»peritv. |_£g- MS8SB.S. Harvey 1Sirc;i & _13kotukr have tbeNewYoik Illustrated Papers Tor Jannary 17, 1863, containing numerous large and striking baule-bceuts and other pictures of the war, with a large amount of interesting reading matter. The same _enterprising firm also continue their agency for the New-York and Philadelphia dailies.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

NEW ADYE_^TISEMENTS. Democratic Excursion TO KAXIXIXSSTTXIO-. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE ¦that Excursion Tickets to _ifarrislmrir and back, good until Ihe l«th inst, will be sold at tbe Stations named, viz: From Keadinsr. .... $2,25 " Mnktoff Spring, - - - 2 on >• _WeraeroulllA, • • • 1 80 '< Worn«l«lorr, ... 1,80 «3_~ TICKETS AT HALF PRICE (*1,C5) raay be bad tbis day at the "Adler Office," and In the evening at the Democratic Club Kooiu. Jan 10-ltl By thk Committee or Arrangement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

In the Orphans' Court of Berks county, and State of Pennsylvania. Ia tht Matter of the. Writ _t\_f Partition or _vaUUintto/ th_» Sail _llxtnte _ttf Henry Covel j/, late o/ Uerr/urd tow KMji_, in (tK Vuunty uf _BerHa, _dcveatcA, 4?ttf uuw to nil; /leem&er _JH/i, ISili, AT ANOKPHANS' COURT HELD AT READING, la and for the County of Berk*present all tbe Juugosnt said Court, on motion of Daniel Ermentront, _Eho,., tbo Court Kraut a rale on all the hetra and legal repregeutatlvea of llenry Covely. late of Hereford towoihip, _Hnrks cuuutv, _decsaned, to ba _aod appear at tbe next or* phacu' Court, to be held at Reading, In and for »ald Connty on _tbe Stb day or March, A. O , Ioo3, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to accept or refute to accept the Real Estate, to bid more _orxhow cause why the _>ame shall not be »old according to law. By order or the Court, d_.c 27-6t] DANIEL HAHN. Clerk O. C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

K£j"* Soldi bus Dead,—David Leffel, a Perm sylvania Volunteer, of Earl township, Berks county, died oa Christmas day, in one of tbe hospitals at Washington, aged about 40 years. Michael Livengood_, late of _Boyeratown, a soldier of _Company M, Stli Fauna. Cavalry, died recently, of diurihuia, la one of tha Baltimore HusijUalH, axed 'H _ytarii John _Laufttiswoilur, un« of the drafted Militia of Berk * county, died of typhoid fever, at the residence of bis parents in this city, on tbe .'SOlli ult. He want aH a substitute or his father, aud after having beeu fiv« weels iu camp, was taken Kick with the _dUeaauof which bedied. Hevtl mil quite 10 years of ago.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

MONTGOMEKT Coubtt.—The Democratic Con vention of Montgomery county met on Thursday and elected Dr. J. A. Martin, Charles Hurst, Henry McMillen and J. S. Yost, delegates to the State Convention. The delegates were instructed to divide their votes between the two candidates for Governor from that county—the Hon. Jacob Fry, Jr., and William H. Witte, and if, at any stage of the balloting, the four votes will nominate Mr. Fry, they Will vote for him, and vice versa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

AUDITOR'S NOTZOB. Estate of Daniel Ruppert, late of Rockland township, Berks county, deceased. THK UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINTED by the Orpbaos' Court of Berks county, to audit, re-settle and rc-Ntate tbe account of Samuel F. Rni_.pert, one of tbe Kxecators of the last Will and Testament or Daniel Ruppert, deceased, and _mako distribution of the balance in tbe hands of said Executorwill meet the parties interested , at hia o ffl en, in Court street, in the city or Keadtng, <m Saturday, thai-Jib day of January, lst&, at 1 Jan 3 -3tl HOWARD It. SHEARER, Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

-AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Estate of _Benjamin _Straaaer, late of "Windsor township, Berks county, dee'd, ' rpHK UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR, APPOINTJ. ed by tbe Orphans' Court •( BerkR county, to audit, re-state and make distribution on the account of Jacob _Nafjle, Admluistrator of Benjamin Strasserdeceased b<T..by gives notice that be will attend to the duties of bis aiipolntlllRDt_, nHli8 9fflce In Forth _Sijcth streetKeadintf_, oa Thursday, February IZtn, 1S153, when _uoU where purtie* interested may attend if they see proper. Jan 10-31*1 JOHN KAL&TON. Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_Bkoktbd Death of Ex Govbbhok 1'_ackeb.— A report reached llarrisburg on Wednesday night, _*hat the Hon. William F. Packsb, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania, died very Buddenly that morning at _Williamsport. As we have not heard any confirmation of the report, we are led to hop* tbat it was unfounded.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

tSSfllOTBL Puopektv Sold.—The well known hotel property in Kutztown, owned by Mr. John Haak, formerly "Fister's Tavern," which has been kept for the last eight years by Mr. "Jharleo Kutz, was sold on the 1st iuat.,toMr. Htnry tiandnr, proprietor of the "Sunders Houso." The price paid fur tbe property, including tbe hotel, stabling, und a lot of ground and barn _oppose, was S-l.iWJ

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_fjg» The Prick of single copies of the (/«<•«« will hereafter be 5 cents. —»— 49* Thk Goveebob_'_s Message and important War News, h»ve crowded out several Communications and other Dintt_«_ra thai ware intended for insertion in this w«k'« paper.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1863 Hill.! brightest banner tbat floats on me . gale, Plag of the country of Washington, hatl I Bed are thy stripes with the Mood of the brave Bright are thy stars as the sun on the wave; Wrapt In thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on thee!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_BSf Prof. Frank Stoucii will commence the secoud quarter of his _Dancinn Academy, this afternoon and Monday next, at Honsuui's Hotel. Hours; 3 o'clock, P. &_!., for ladies and children, and 8 o'clock, P. M. for gentlemen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

a®* Jambs S. Cox, Esq., formerly a resident of tbis city, bas been elected President of the Leliigb Coal and Navigation Company, for the unexpired term of the ate President. James Cox, Beq., deceased..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_Hfiuifl* an& _Wnmuni READING, PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

JTJST REUE_1VBD, _Gl \f\_Ci FLOWER POTS , AT THE _OI,D JAIt %\J\J\J ««t4-tf WM. _BROADS, Jr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_QAi_* SAGO AND PINii APPLE CHEKBE FOR k3 sale at PEOCOCK'B decei _«0 South «t_« _aueet_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

SHERIFF'S SA_1BS OF REAL ESTATE _1)Y VIRTUE OP SUNDRY WRITS OF LEJlJ vuri _Jh' auia.9Vendiltani ExponaH and Fieri Facing, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks county, ai:d to me directed, will be sold at Public Vendue or outcry: On Monday, the 12_lh day of January, A. D., 1S_83, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at tbe public house of Daniel Heller, in Boyet_^townColebrookdale township, Berks comity, to wit: A certain two-story-BKICK HOUSE, aud _MLotf Shop, and Frame Stable and lot or piece of ground, _niiuate in the village of Boyerstown, Colebrookdalo township. Hoiks countyboauded on the South by property orCatbitrine _Sicoholtz, ou tho East by an alley, on ' _thu North by property uf .IuknpIi _liullomau, and on the West by _High Htrcoi; _containing in front on High street Kixty fc_«t, and in depth two hundred and thirty-fmr lint, ni»r_« or less. Sold as tho property of JACUB STHUXK. On Wednesday, tho 14th day of January, A. D. 1SG3, at 1 o'c l ock, P. M.. at tbo public Iiojk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

$520,302 26 Public debt December 1,1S62, $40,448,213 82 Towards _Jhe extinguishment of the public debt, the Sinking fund holds securities amounting to leu millions seven hundred and eightyone thousand dollars, &s follows: Bonds of Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, $3,S0O 010 _Eondi of Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 7,< OO,_iO0 Bunds of Wyoming Canal Company, 281_.0U0 $.0,781,000 Should there be no extraordinary demand on the Treasurythere can be appropriated from the large balance now on hand-and the increasing revenues, at least a million and a calf of dollars during ihe coming year towards the payment of the public debt. The operations of the Sinking Fund during the Ia6_( year have been, as shown by my Proclamation of the 8th of September last, as follows: Amount of debt or Commonwealth reduced, $262,801 67 An follows, viz: State loans, _$261,178 74 Interest _cerOOcates, 370 41 Uomeatic creditors' certificates, 64 52 Helief notes cancelled, 11 SS $262,801 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_ftrxuiU a._n._5 _Ustttaceal SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1S_«3 MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR CURTIN. _ltEAD, JANUARY 7, 1863. To the Senate and House of Ripre-erfatipes of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : Gentlemen—Notwithstanding the pressure of public _calamuy -which has weighed heavily on the country during t>ie past year, it hue pleased Divine PruvMcuce not only to enable I lie people ot " Tenusylviinia to perform in full all their daties >o the common government, but io give to this Commonwealth domestic peace, plenty and prosperity. The balance in the Treasury, November 3 th, 1S_81, was 91. 3)1,605 72 Kocdipt- <lariiiK nscal year ending November :_inh, l._sffiS. were aa follows: Ordinary sources. $1,O17.S'22 39 (i _jwr ce ¦ t l»»an i act M*y 1_^1 1SBI . 387.S5U 0J from various bauks an an equivalent for cola lor the paywent of _iutertwt uu public debt, 140.768 3a KefundeJ cub, military, 29,566.42 _CoiUd SUM* M«T_«am_«at, 605.740 62 Total in Treasury for _flwal y...

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