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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

Jl Handsome City Property AT _rftlVAtfi SALS. _HPHG SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE X that Valuable DWELLING, LO I1 and STA BI.E, situate in North Fourth Street, between Penn and Washington. MTbe bouHe in a new two tuory brick building, modern improvement* and a large iwo—tory back building Tbe property is W fret from anil 230 feel deep with it ln«e frame ."table oa the rear. The ground _uouminn a lar_#c variety ot Fruit Trees, for particulars apply on the _prcmicex, to Jan 17-3t] T. T. _IiEJEK. Estate of Elizabeth Krlck, "Widow of Peter Krlclc. late of Spring _lownaMp, Berks countv. Deceased. 1EW ADVERTISEMENTS. Clover Seed and Oafs Wanted. THE HIGHEST PRICE WILL BE PAID FOR Clover Seed and OaU, by BERNHART & KOCH, Jan 17-3t*] Corner of Sth Sweet and Court Alley. ~ FOR _tfiHffi ~~ TII E STORE AND DWELLING NOW OCCUpied by P. McKinney, on Penn street, above Seventh. The building is _iur«e-storien high , with _t>vo story back baildiOtfM. Private entrance on Penn _mrent. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COIiZiAR _^ OUSE. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. icon do > Qray_« Kad an* _ftue FLANNEL f. 8UIKTS. ' 1000 do. 5 ASSORTED FAWCY TBAVELLINO t mi i rts_> 10CO do J WHITE Mn?_LIN SHIRTS front ' { S0,SI5 Upwards. 1000 do. DENIM OVERALLS. 10 _.00J P»ira COTTONADB PANTALOONS. J Manufactuhbrs op tub MINER'S WELSH ) . I PLANNt'L SHIRTS. \ And a Large Assortment of _LINEX And _MARS5EILLB-3 BOSOMS an<l COLLAKS, And OGNTLBMEN'S _FUKKISUINO GOODS. For Sale by BENNETT, RUCH & CO.. Hutufaetnrtri, _»_1T Church Alley, Jan 17-.Sino] PUlLAVJiLPUlA , PA. ^^^^^¦ _Hgw_^_V_^^^^^^BABaj_^^^^^^^^_B_^HL| 77jr_^A _^C FnrRati, Mice. _UoHClien, ••_nta . Bed _Hurii niotlm tit Pun, Woollens, Ac. Insects ou PI 1118. KotvlK, Awlinitlrt, Ace. Pnt np in _2Se. fine, and *l Oo Boxer, HhUIhm_, anil Plankp, $3 and _|5 _sixa) for _UoTKLK. PrBl.lO _iMHTtrOTlONP , Ac " Only infallible remedies known." *' Free from Poisons." " Not _daii|;eruaa to the Human Family." " ltat« oom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

eSP* LiBBitATKti ov Hail.—Wm. 1. Lynn, a deputy Provost M-trKbal. »nd John II. itrandc, a eo'dier bolonflinft to tbe Provost flun-ii, who were arrested and committed to prison for killing Isaac Morris, a _demrter from the U. S. Army, whilo in pursuit of him for the purpose of _effecting his arrest, were brought before Judge Woodward, on a writ of habeas carpus, on Tuesday _oveuing last, tho object being to obtain tbeir release 'on bail. The question as to the nature of tbe ofiencu with which they stood charged,and •iotiieqiiotilljr, as to whether it was _bailable, _wasargned by the llou. J, C. Kuox,_aod Messrs. Young aud Richards, un behalf of the accused, aud by Daniel Ermfmtrout'K>q., District Attorney, on behalf of the Commonwealth. The arguments of the prisoners' counsel were contiB«<i maiuir to the point, thnt, if guilty of any crime punishable by the civil law, it could amount to no mure than _manslaughter, and thai was bailable. After the hearinjf. JuJ_^e ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

_WmufU nnh Uemnctftf READING, FA. SATURDAY, JANUARY K, 1863 Hail ! brightest banner that floats on the gala, Flag of the country of _Washington, hail! Red are thy stripes with the blood of the brave, Bright are thy stars _ao the sun on the wave; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on ttaeet LAST NOTICE! We shall postpone striking the names of delinquent subscribers off our books for two weeks. A number of them have already pai_<l up, ami many others are probably waifing an opportunity to <!o so. This they will have, during the next term of Court, which commences on Monday. We hope lhat all who wigh lo continue the Ga zctle, 1*111 sec _ilie necessity of complying with our cash terms, so long as wo are compelled to pay the present enormous price for paper, and that those who do sot care about it, will at least have the honesty lo pay wfiat they owe us, before we part from them.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

_Ooschenhoppen Mutual Fire Znsnr-. :-¦ ance Company. ATA MBET1NU OK THti _Bt>ARD OF MAN. r\. agers of the above named Compaur, beld on tbe 22d Jay of _Novembar _, A. D., ltfaa, the {Mowing _amondmentn to the Dy-Laws were adopted, to take effect upon the commencement of tbe period lor wbleb the Charier has been extended, to wit: Un tbe 3rd day of March, A. D ISO) In Article 6th, after the words " Alt property both real and personal, may be iusured for three fourth* IU actual cash value" insert the words: The insured being entitled to tbree-fouTtbs or' tbe caiu value of any low iutained, itrlkaont Article 7th aud Instead thereof Insert the follow_^ ng By Law. to wit: The luKurance t> be daring the coutinnauce or the Charter, provided, the rates of _assessment authorized by Section «th of the Act of Incorporation, and Section 4th of the Act Supplementary to said Act, be paid into tbe hand* of the Treasurer, agreeably to the provisions of said Sections. _Shoald any Insur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

.¦NOMINATION mil HTATB _1H.EASUKES. loe Democratic members of the Senate and House of Representatives met in caucus on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for State Treasurer. Three members were absent, viz: Sl'-psrs. Molt, _Ilhoada and Clymer, tie last named being sick. Wm. V. M'Gkatb of Philadelphia was nominated f jr State Treasurer ou tbe first ballot The _vjte stood:—Wm. V. M Gralb, 3i;,. Henry S. Mjtt, 18; Mr. Ubo;id.-_< and t-cauering, 11. Tiie _election fvr _#»*«i<? Treasurer will take pUce, in joint con vein ion of the Legislature, on Moudav next, at 12 AI.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN _TXtAX, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day. City Hall Square, cone: _Frinkfort St., (_Owosite City IIall.) MEALS AS THEY MAYBE ORDERED IN the spacious refectory, There _iirn Barber's Sb«p ami bath Booms attacbed to the Hotel. «T- Beware of H0_WNEU8 and _HACKMEN who say we arefnll. . Janl7-ly] k. FRENCH. Proprietor. '.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

I'uv ~\_lt«-ttir>ii T.m\_xcii:\t!OX Bill.—The Judi ciu.rv _Couiiuiitee of trie _Senate Ji«vc _rttuorfea hick the bill to aid Missouri iu the emancipation of her slaves, (whica passed _tLe House last weekj _recuoioienuiug _ameudinenU to make the remuueratiOn twenty instead af ten _millions, the bonds to bear _iiut five per cent interest; ' tbe _uiaximam allowance fur eiwU sl«*_ye !?30f_» , and the limit for the entire extinction of slavery, July 4, 1876, with a proviso that an act of emancipation shall be passed by the Legislature, and the exclusion of Slavery forever thereafter from that State.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

LIstof Jurors for January Court, 1863 COMMENCING MONDAY. JAN. 19. OBAHP JUROKS. 1 _EHwood Addamsnioul.l*r, _frvtoud Ward, Reading. 2 Thomas I,. AddVfiou. niitcliiaiat, Second Ward _Reading :i AmosS. Bonuo, merchant, Union. <t Jacob A. Blatt, farmer, Centre. r> G«o. Cutler, moulder, Fourth-Ward, Reading. 6 _C&arles J. Cummeas, surveyor, Berhei. 7 Charles Grant, innkeeper, Kockland. 8 Henry Hab«_, yeoni»ii, Fifth-Ward, Reading. 0 _Jacob Jones, yeumju, M*ii»n. 10 William _Klopj_', tajtor_, Mariou. 11 John I.ndwigr, farrter, Exeter. 12 William Levnn, tiilor, TtiirJ-Ward, Reading. 13 Frank B. Mawwr_.tnnkeeper, Spring. 14 Daniel McLane, firmer Amity. la Hartley Potts, farmerCarnarvon. 16 Ezra Seed, yeoman, _Womelodorf. 17 Henry B. _Rboads_, former, Qolebrookdale. 18 David KeicherUmiller, _RocKlacd. 19 John Schieaer. blacksmith. Bethel. 20 S. S. 8tevens, _draggist, Third-Ward, Reading. 21 Isaac G. Stellar, merchant. Amity. 22 David Steaoh. Justice of tbe Peace, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

Electricity—Special Notice. rpHE SUBSCRIBER NOW FEELS FULLY JL prepared, and accordingly makes the following liberal offer of his services to the public. He will undertake tbe cure of the following disorders, npo_'n the condition that he receives no pay until tbe care is completed, viz: Asthma, Neuralgia Sore Throat, Rheumatism, Laryngitis, Dyspepsia, Lock Jaw, Constipation of the Rowels, Paralysis, Scarlet Fever, Nervous Debility, Chills and Fever, All sorts of sores, and all diseases of the skin, including Warte. CHARLES LANCASTER, Medical Electrician, dec 13-tf]' Fourth street, above Penn, Reading. NOW THE _^^-- IS TO MAKE Mr MONEY.—Male and Female Agents wanted in 0 every town in the State of Pennsylvania, to canvass W for Mrs. Stephens' great work, tbe PICTORIAL H1S-* TORY Of the W_4K FOB THE UNION. It is juat tbe » work for.tlie people, and will suoner or later find its way into overy family. Two Royal Octavo Volumes, 49R pages each. Embellished with over ZOO first class E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

Valuable Farm at Public Sale. r fiH E SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC J_^ Sale, on Thursday, January 22d, 1803, at the public bouse of-Joseph Ganser. (Keystone) in the City of Read' ing: All that valuable FARM, In Union township, Berks connty, adjoining the village of Mount Airy, bounded by lands of _Klias Kerlin, Herman _fjmstead. and K. & O. Brooke, and containing 190 acres. Said Farm consists of Arable. Meadow and about 8- acres of fine SPROUT LAND the arable land being in a high state of cultivation, laid ont in _eonveninnt flelrtK . witb (food fences. The _bntldtogs are a large new two-story STONE DWELLING house MwitU all the convenient out-buildings; a large doubledecker Stone Swiss Barn, witb Wagon Shed, Hay House and other ont buildings, and a fountain of running water in the barn yard. On the same Farm is a good Tenant House and Barn, with stream of running water convenient. Tbe Farm is in a thickly settled and intelligent neighborhood, with _Sctiooln and Churches...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

For the Reading Gazette and Democrat. Sketch of tbe History of Medicine, and Reasons for _liberal Opinion*. If one would look for that department of Intellectual labor where tbe highest reasons prevail, for liberal opinions, and mutual charity, he would find It in tlie department of _Medleine, or among _profeanors of the healing art. It would be difficult to find nay occupation or employment where mind baa made bolder dashes in speculation, or has been so often baffled in experiment. A=d it is for this very reason that systems of medicine bave beea established and overturned with astonishing and unrelenting avidity, for more than two thonwnd years. Systems, reformatory in _design, each stuceeding _ope now running parallel in some points, and now in direct opposition in all points, with tbe antecedent one, till the last trace of antiquity, save in ¦peculation, has become obliterated; and the reflecting mind most be convinced, that tbe sum of human •wisdom never was, is not " now, n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

£*stf It au_6 _Heimwaf SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, IS_«3 New _Coumtbrfkits.—Counterfeit _fivns on the Suffolk Bank, New Jersey, and twos on the Union frtnk of Delaware, are in circulation. It will be belter to refuse all notes of these denominations Ou tl_»e _^inUs named, as the counterfeits are pretty well calculated to deceive. A counterfeit five dollar note, on I ho Charter Oak Hank, of Hartford, Conn., and a ien dollar note, on the Citizens' Bank, of Worcester, Mass.. were placed in circulation in Philadelphia a few days ago. Both notes are good imitations of the genuine jg_£- PbTKESON'S COUNTERFEIT DKTKCTOR for _Jniiary, describes 47 new counterfeit notes, issued since the first of last December. No business man is safe without one of these Detectors. It costs bat one dollar per year, monthly, or two dollars, semi monthly. Among the spurious notes is a $3 note on the Bank of Penn township. _This Bank has _nerer issued any $3 bills. Keep a sharp lookout for 10b, on the Fanne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Ha&kisbukg, Monday, January 12. Senate.—The Speaker announced the following as the Standing Committees for the session: Federal Relations —Mtun. Lowry, Penney, Clymer, JgbBwn_, Lamberton. .... , Finance.—litxxn. _Coonelt, Puller, Moll, Botuta, _Safflll. Judiciary—Messrs. Penney, Bound, Clymer, _Booghtar_, Johnson. _Recount*.—Means. Serrill, Hamilton, Lamberton, Wilson, Donovan. Estates and Escheats.—Uomm. Robinson, McCand,less_, Lamberton, White, Wallace. Pensions. —Messrs. Johnson, McCandle&s, DonoTan, BtnUmaa, McShercy. Corporations. —Messrs. Hiestand, Nichols, Keilly, Boughtar, Ridgway. _Sanif. —Messrs. Fuller, Connell, Stein, Robinson, Hamilton. Canals.—Messrs. Hamilton, Tamil, Wallace, McCandlessBoogbter. _Sailroads.—Messrs. Nichols, Lowry, Glatz, Hieatand_, .Election District*.—Menem. UcCandiess_, SUUman, Mc-Sherry, ttougnier. Beilly. Bfform.—Messrs. Ridgway, Lowry, McSherry, Graham, Mott. Education.—Messrs. Turrell, Graham, Einse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

ORPHANS1 COURT SALE. _PUUSUANT TO AN OKUKK OP TUB ORPHANS' COURT of Berks connty, will h_« -<oldat public vendne, on Friday, the titli day of February. A. U., 1863, at the public house of Eli 8. Fox, in the City or Heading, Berks county, the following Real _Estate, to wit: Mo. 2— A three-story BlilUK HOUSE aud lot or piece of Mground , situate on tlie north side of lVnn street, butweeu Seventh an<l _Bightl_) streetsiu tbe city of Reading, boauded on tbe East by other property Uu_>..f Adam Fasig, deceased, (No. 1.) on the North by Liberty alley, ou the West by other property uf said deceased, (No. 3,) and on the SontU by Peon _atroet; _containing in front on Peun street, 2G feist 6 inches, aud iu depth 270 feet. No. 3—A three-story BRICK HOUSE and iot or pioce of Mground situate on the north Hide of Peun streetbetween Seventh and _Eighth ?treats, in the City of lies-.dinjj, liniindBil on tho East byotlior property of wild decyasftd_, (No. 2,) ou the North b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

WAR NEWS! Rebel Attack on Garveston by Land and Water. The Union Forces on Shore all taken Prisoners or Killed. The "Harriet Lane" Captured and the Flag-Ship "Westfield" Blown Up. Nkw York, Jan. 11. The steamer Creole arrived to-night, from New Orleans, with dates to the 3d _inst. She was detained by Gen. Banks to bring despatches for Oen. Halleck. She passed several gun-boats bound up the rivfer, and the transport J/ernmac, with troops, at the Souib west Pass. Also the gun-boat Kensing ton? Purser Cook, of the Creole, reports, by the arrival of the gun boat Clifton, at Southwest Pass,, on the evening of the 3d:—"I learn that early on the morning of the 1st inst. the Rebels made an attack by land and water on tbe Federal forces at _Galveston. Our ' gun boats were attack* ed by five Rebel steamers, protected by double rows of bales of cotton and loaded with troops armed with rifles, muskets, etc. " The Harriet Lane was captured by hoarding, after about all her offieeFg and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

READING MARKET. _Fkidat, January IG, 1863. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per bushel #1 V, 100 fta. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) Pork _%»100 B.8. 8 00 per bushel 1 35 Beet (hind quarter) Rye do 6.'i per 100 pounds 8@9 00 Corn (_old> do 60 Beef (fore quarter) Corn (new) do fiS per 100 pounds 7@8 00 Corn _Ueal do 60 Hams' per pound 10 _Oata do 47 Shoulders do 7 _Plaxseed do .1 30 Flitch do 7 Cloverseed do • 4 30 Dried Beef,. do 13 Timothy seed do 2 25 Table Batter do 21 Barley do 70 Lump Butter do 20 Potatoes do K> Firkin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 75 Tallow do 9_& Salt do SO Lard do 8 Salt per Back 140 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat Fionr (extra Bent Old Bye Whiskey, family white) _?P bbl. 7 SO per gallon 75 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common Whiskey, per _fam. white)«100 lbs 3 75 . gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil %1 gallon 80 family) per Barrel 6 50 _Kggs per doze.n 21 Wheat Flour (extra Stone Coal (stoveegg family) per 100 lbs, S 25 &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

SHERIFF'S SALES OF HEAL ESTATE 1>Y VIRTUE OP SUNDRY WRITS OF LEVA 13 r* Facias, Venditioni Expunas and Fieri FncUts, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Uerks counly, and to me directed, will be sold at public vendne or outcry, to wit: On Thursday. _lb.e U2J day of January, A. D., 1S63_, at 1 o'clock, P. H., at the pnblic konsfl of Joseph Ganser, (Keystone) in the City of Reading, Berks connty, to wit: A certain two-story BRICK HOUSE and lot of ground, situate on the west side of South Seventh street, between Pine and Laurel streets, iu the City of Reading, bounded on tbe North by property of Frederick Fox, on the East by said Seventh street, on the South by property of John Strnnki and on the W_^_jst by a 10 feet Alley; containing iu front in feat Z Inches, and in depth llfl feet, Al*i—A HOUSU and lot of ground, situate In Minor street, in the said City of _Reading, bounded on the North by property of John Tritt, on the WeBt by property of Samuel Kissinger, on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

/Valuable Property for Sale. rpHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT PRIVATE _|_ SALE, until khe 3rd day of January next, a Valuable Property in Union.township, containing 4 acres, one quarter of a mile from _Douglassvllle Depot. The improvements M consist of a FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, out-honseR * &c. There is on the preuiif.es a fine APPLE ORCHARD and good selection of other frnit. Possession giveu on the 1st of April, when a good title will be made hy the widow and heirs of Daniel Hunter, daceaRfld. If not sold before tbe 3rd day of January, 18U3, it will ou that day beoffered at PUBLIC SALK, at tbe public house of Sarah Kerlin, in Douglassvillo_, at 1 o'clock, P. M. nov i-tn HENRY FLANNEHY. In tbe Orphans' Court of Berks county, and State of Pennsylvania. In Uu Mattitr of th?, Writ of rartitvm or vaiution of the Rent Estate of Henry Uovely, ( <tie of irerrford township, in int. County of Berks, deceased. And now to wit: December _ISth, 18_H2, A T AN ORPHANS' COURT HELD AT READ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET Friiuv, Jan. 16, 1SB:«- FLOtJRANDURAIN.—Thehigb rates of fxcb-UK»and gold continue* to _stimulate the price of Flour, and Dim market is sctivt" aud on tb« advance, with further Rales of ti'.iO* @:_00(l Iibls, ni._wtly at $7 2r>(i)7r>0 for good Ohio family, innlndiuK about 200!)_libl« faDcy do.on terms kept private : (food Hn(ifl' fine at #t> 2 >; Lancaster county extra at $7, and Ohio fancies at from $S 3. ~ i to _$i) so <_p bl», an to brand aud quality, with a good demand both fur shipment and h>>m« _nxe at these figure", and holders less dispoHed to sell. Kya Floun i» firm at $5 25. I'_onnsylvania Corn Meal scarce and held at $4 !_Jp bbl. The receipts to-day areHSOO bbls Hour, 12,7fiO 1ms wheat, _iiSOn bus corn, aud S300 bus oats. There is more demand for Wheatand prices are 2@3c better, wi'h _wleo of 700O@SCO0 hn& ordinary to prime iVBsturnaud _reuusUvania redain ntore_, atfl *?©• ft5 ! mostly at t...

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