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

S&ttilf an& _Simiwri HEADING, PA. ___ 8ATUBDA_1, MAY 24 _^ 186_^ am. I btteatesi _bMiw thmt float»on the «*l9 _» _jlagofthe country of Washington, _halll Sedan thy stripes with the Wood of the brave, Bright lire thy stars as the ana on the wave; Wrapt ia thy folds ate the Hopes of the Free, _BiDBef ofWaihlnstton! blessings on theel

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

SINGER & CO.'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. WITH ALL THE KECENTIMPBOVEJ4ENTS, Is tlie bbst and chkapbst and most _nnAimroi of all Sewing Machines. This Machine will uw Anything, from lhe running of a tuck in Tarletan to the making of an Overcoat—anything from Pilot or Beaver Cloth down to tbe softest Game or Gossamer Tissue, and is ever ready to do its work to perfection. It can fell , hem , bind, gather, (nek, quilt, and has capacity for a great variety or ornamental work. This is not the only Machine that can fell, hem, bind, and so forth, bnt it will do so better than any other Machine. The Letter " A " Family Sewing Machine may be had in a sxaat-rauttety of •»»»•« «»•«•. The _rulaiaff Ca_^ vHll is now becoming so popular. Is, as its nam_*. _labile*, _«b_« that can be folded into a box or case, which, when open*!,' makes a beautiful, substantial, and spacious table for the work to rest npon. Tbe cases are or every imaginable design—plain as the wood grew in its native forest ...

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

A&~ Harper's Magazine for Jnne, commencing the 25th volume, is one of the best of the one hundred and forty-five issues of this monthly. In the character of the articles, the beauty of the illustrations and the reputation of the contributors, it is admirable. A paper on the Catawissa Railroad and the romantic region through which it passes, will be found especially interesting to _Pennsylvanians, accompanied as it is by beautiful illustrations of scenery about Fort Clinton, Quaquake Junction, the Little Schuylkill, Catawissa and Williamsport.— " Broadway," a poem, " A Dangerous Journey," and " Bough Biding Down South," are the other illustrated articles, which are followed by the usual clover stories. Miss Prescott begins a new Btory entitled " Madelaine Schaeffer." " Burr's Conspiracy" and "The Adoption of the Constitution" are two able political articles, while the editor's table, drawer and easy ohair are pleasantly filled. The continued tales by Thackeray, Trollops and...

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

Road Law.—A road case was tried in the Court of Chester oounty, which, being of general interest, we copy. The supervisors of New London township ordered the land owners to remove their fences, and widen the road. One of them having refused, the supervisors prooeeded to throw down his fences. The owner of the land protested against it, had the fence put up ftg&lix in I be old plfi.<Je, and wan prosecuted for obstructing the highway. The Court charged the Jury that if the supervisors were authorized to open the road the width of 83 feet, and if tho owner of tho land had placed auy obstructions thereon, he was accountable to the law. Verdict guilty. The defence offered evidence to show that the road was only a-local road, that it was aa wide aa was necessary, that the public opinion ia the. township sympathized with the defendant; and o ther mitigating circumstances; but the Court refused to entertain these pleas, and 8aid the agio wvb)i6i for lh« Jury was, whether th...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

COUNTRY HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDEfiS AND SUMMEB 8AV8AOE8. —ALSO— ¦ ¦' SUGAR CURED HAMS AND SncOK;ZlX_3 _3SSlSI3B_*f At LBWISBBIUKR'S, may 241 Corner of Penn aud Third Btrest. LJ AM8, HAMS, HAMS—ANOTHER LOT OF _JTL_^_BMelstorHejiu, for*uUlngorboUlng.justrecelved . _wV "* , "' '' _^*,_iiKgg_^.t; _^_JKACKBB*—POX _PAEINA, BOSTON BUT-»** _'" dOBengSSSlreVt J an| plat* _fivklti, for Mtc at OUGAR, OOPPEE, TEA AND 8TBUP , AT OtheoldprioMnotwithstattdlngthe _adranjj.at -,-_«i _A s*iWJtt)I'i, /

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

_tKc?* Stoles Horse Recovered.—Mr John L. Heckman, of Shoemakenvdle, has _succeeded ia recovering tuebone that was stolen from.him weak Wore latt A colored man, in ait probability the thief, had sold ' the horse to a boatman in Philadelphia, who placed him at work on the Schuylkill canal, and in whose /possession Mr. Heckman found him. . . . HI ¦fir A Soldier Dead.—Ellas _Strasser, ef Windsor township, died of small-pox on the 9th inst., aged 30 years, 1 month and 23 days. He was a Volunteer tn the Union Army, and had obtained _^ a short furlough to visit liU family, whan he was Attacked by the dU«u» which, proved fatal. : .. ' . .. .'¦» ' '¦ - Jteg- _Suroioal Operation.—Last Thursday, Dr. Thomas J. B. Rhoads, of _QllbertsvUle, successfully performed the operation of removing four tumors from the, head of IU wife of franklin Wagonhont, of Douglass township, Montgomery county. 18* Turnpike Meeting.—The annual meeting of the Heading and _Perkiomen Turnpike Company, Will be held on M...

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

The Eclectic Maoamsb—We are indebted to Messrs. Strickland & Brother, No. 23 East PMn square, for the June number of the Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature. It ia embellished vith a very fine portrait of the late P«nee Albert of England, and contains eighteen of the best articles from the late Foreign Magazines and Re_^eW_*. The Eeleel ic Js a _™ry valuable pubaoation. Each monthly number contains 114 large _oct»vo pages, with one or more fine _ateal port**118 of distinguished persons. P rice $6 a 2F«*r ' or 42 ot8 ' a Xlttn _*er _- Strickland & Brother receive subscribers, and serve tte Wgrk r _,gttlarly, postage free, *©*CaPi. j0«Fir WBionT, of-Bush s Lancers, son of Hon. _Hendrick B. Wright of Lu zerne county, (Uedin Germantown, Pa., last Sun day morning of _jyp hoid fever. New Phase of Abo M«ohish.--A German pa per anno unce* the formation, in Berlin, of » so «iety •• f0r _tb_,_w boliti0» »' Christianity.

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

TO THE LADIES 8US9 _mST_^_mimn T1TE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE AND V V. elegant assortment of the foUowlagJflnds of TAXtCW _OBXStA _AX_*XOfiaS: _Bobemlaa and _lWnob _OUs«war_« Rtt«h U W1M B&ttlel. D*eAnt«fcl, 0 4M._t,iBa Wine 6lasses Its, _CandlMUcke, TambleVs . *t _™l _£t c_£_™a££ wareof evtry, _dessrlptton; together with an extensive stock of . Q _VaaUHLVsW_^_jEaJsUL ' ' S6 ?*1 _^1 r" i* J*j * . "'- _Whtte dranite Tea and Toilet setts, * _$ _»U kinds, Ruhers, Man Bowie, *c, *c with a full line of common ware, aU or which we oner at nnn. anally low prices. An Inspection or our goods by our many patrons and the pobUc _.limpwfullyi_.kea, * M. KlF?SH*iOir. may 24 . Ho. m, Corner of fifth and Sprue* St.

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

_VSg * Fatai, Accidents.—On Thursday afternoon, at the Half-Way House, is Maidencreek township, W atson Taylor, a lad between 6 and 7 years of age, son of Pearson Taylor, while sitting on a hone-power which waa in motion with one hone, for the purpose of driving aeon* shelter, was ca ught in the wheels, and almost instantly killed. His neck was dislocated, and his shoulders and arms crashed. ¦ , - A man in soldier's uniform, with knapsack, Ac, but whose name we could not learn, fell off. the cars at Leesport on Thursday, afternoon, and bad both legs eat off. He died almost as soon as he was taken np. ¦ '- 16?-More Wounded Soldier*.—A number of sick and wounded Pennsylvania soldiers, were brought to New-¥ork oa Thursday evening, In the steamer Daniel Webster, from White House, Va. Among them, were two from Col. McCarter's (93d) Eegiment, to wit: Jared Boyer_, of Company C, and Jeremiah Mell (or Moll), of Company O, Capt. Maltland. The last named was a resident of Beading at the tim...

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

THB OFFICIAL WAR MAP HWHIrDI RAIL _flMr AHD MH.1TWT *» ¦ i- : Of tile B«_tfa**» ik ••?*W*i_^ »*_-_' - T_7RQM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES, J_2 ij id the Coast SnrVey, engraved tit the Finest Style of Map Making. It gives stfrecent and such valuable facu «o_*cernlng _cliche Bailroa4», that the War Department lmmediately authorised itr pablioirlon, aad _dumbattd on THOD8AHD COPIES among the aeaeraU and _Oelenell_^_T the Army. AsitlsTHEONl.TMATthatisauthOriiedasOl'PICIAt, iris the most BcHaUe aad Antheatie, and from iu large alie<-3S by _AS_.inches—shows at a glance, the Principal Places, and all the Strategic Points. On*. itcCuubAa has acknb wledjet rjM«nat _iaportanoe or It to hli _moveffliitU. BBATJTIf _DIitTJUOLpKED, PUOB OKLT _OKB: DOLLAB, to compete with inferior maps. In Cloth Case, «4 «l. Biisected- and'Mounted on Muslin, %% 60.; Xenntod «n limn, with Boilers, and Varnished,« M. «iat Vteely Mall on receipt _of_^rioe. . - > - • •¦ ¦ • ¦ ' ' Wn.TjISP.MAC.BD. »«....

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

MQg- Accidents last Sunday.—Last Sunday morniilg, as Mr. Peter _Stainel, with his sen, was driving a horse and bnggy down Fifth street, the horse took fright, ran acton Centre square, and, _overture* the vehicle on the pavement aside the Union Bank.. Mr. gteinsl *fid hi* sjn were thrown out, and badly injured, the buggy was broken, and the horse ran down the narrow alley adjoining the Bank. Mr. Steinel was, at the time, in search of a horse that had strayed ox been stolen from him on Sanr* day night. ' A young lad, named Aiker, fell off the precipice at Leinbach's Hill, on Sunday afternoon, and seriously injured himself. He was brought to the city in the evening. - - _isgr Information wanted.—The body of . a yottng lad?, named Ann, or Anna, 0. Williams, was found recently floating in the North River, Hew York. Mies Williams was £ seamstress, aged about 14 or 26 years. She represented herself to persons in,who.se employ she: had been, as a native. of Reading, Fa., and. said her rel...

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

_H5&" Van Amburgh_'_s Mknaqckis.—The mammonth Menagerie of Van, Amburgh & Co. will exhibit in this city on Thursday next, the 29th inst. It is the only collection ofllvlng animals now in the United States, Tho enterprising proprietors have made large, additions to It within the past two years, at great expense, anil it now _forios ode of the most magnificent axhihiUons-of the kind in the world. It is said t<_j compete with the greaiTJovernment Zoological _collations of Part* and London, and is a remarkable - eittn|_hiW Individual _oonraee. enterprise and liberality. Viewed, in .all its aspects,, this exhibition commends itself to favorable appreciation. In a moral point of vlew.it is;uaexcepUonlhI«-4_there being no Ciren* performance of any kind connected witlrlt It improves the mind, instruct* and enlarges the common fond of human know* ledge, and jnay be looked npS&'iX h pure and correct «chool, in which yoath and age can successfully unlock; study...

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

W&" Godky_'s Ladx_'_b Book for June is _ae fresh and charming as the "leafy month" whose coming i t heralds. "Sitting for a Portrait" is a bt&atiful Summer rural picture _i the doubla ool* ored Fashion Plate is a splendid affair, and tho whole "make up"is such a* will be sure to please. In the language of a ootemporary "it is pare in its. pages, and peerless in its embellishments." . The Confessions and Experience of a Invalid. _- i _u -_•' " ¦ ' Published for the benefit and as a warning and a caution to yo<ing men who suffer from fterroo.1 Debility, _Preaatan Decay, 4c.; supplying at the sameUme the means or Self-Care. By one who has cured himself after being pnt to great expense through medical imposition and quackery. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, _sdcolb oo-Mfts may be hid of the author, marcnSB-ly] Bedford, KingsOs._^. " _?,

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

EAST PENNSYLVANIA KAIL EOAD. EXCURSION TOBEIOIWJ ATr_^LFf*RE{$l 00) | _^ |N THURSDAY, THE 2»Tfl OF MAR TAN \J AMBUBO'8 Ofeat _Animll SBOW, Will be _exlilblUd at Beading, in the afternoon and evening, and ExeniMoa Tickeu will be sold by the . But pwna. _RaU Bond Co., at aU the Stations at half the _IftnM Ibres, «eed to return on the same and next day. .. ' A special extra train will leave _AUentowa *ll _Thursday at Beading »t 9 o'clock. The same train _wllUeeve _heading at 6 o'clock In the evening, and arrive at AUeatown at 8 o'clock. - :-;r ' The excursion tickets wiUalsobeaold for the _Regolar Trains. Tiia-tiaia .wUl *-.. - ?_TV * Bta 9ntP «n 7; ^^1p *!*WM > P _« 807A :._#_v ¦ " ¦ MUlent_'wnTlaO •• ' '« <s l_^Mr*oM _%_tt * ~ " AlUutie 7_>.« « « BUndon f.a| <•• f Bh.mto0k7.48 •• ' ¦ ¦•• Temple 6.44 «* _«i Kertrtown 7.01 " An'eBeadWmt*JDO " " Topton at 7.88 « BDWABDM. OtTMBB nayM-lt] ' - President.

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

|®-Dj!Ap.-ClMttl_»g Wiasapg, _«b9 *M badly Injure* In a stone-quarry about three weeks ago, by the premature explosion of a blast, died of his injuries last Saturday morning. WS _f AJiotmt ow Coax, _traaspoxted op tbe Philadelphia and Heading Railroad, during Ou w_*_Jt .nil., ¦Dwrsday, Hay 22,1682: From Port Carton, • . . . . n?0MO 78 _* " f ottsvtlle, 1,402 14 " _vehuylkUl Haven, • • . • 39,080 IB <! S?1 "1 _^11 ' a _»29a °_8 " P_^rt Clinton, ..... 3,080 04 " iirrishorg_, ..... {8,611 00 Toti for week - - - - . 44,767 17 Ff«vlott»ljr this year, - - - 780,669 OS _V**i» , . . 825,334 OS ¦A_» _»metUnelns.y«ar, • . . _K»f Vfi, {1}

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 May 1862

To Consumptives. The Advertiser, having bean restored to health In a fsW weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung _tfliettoh, and that dread disease, _Conefm#s1en--is anxious to make known to hie lellow-snffejitathejaeansorcure. . To all who desire it, he wlU scad a copy of the presettptl9D us*d (fre» of *_har|e>, wltl^»»dlrectlonifo»pr.p»||a and using _flse _aame, which s>fr vrUl fine a am _Cvai tor CoxaiKKtwi&ruiiX _BaomHiitM. 4c. The only object of the advertiser In eeudlng the PieseripUen U to . _benett the afflicted, ana spread information which he conceives to bc_^nvalnablejfRd he hopes . every snfferer,_wltt try hi_» Temedy, as it _ttUI cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. ¦ . . ¦ _^_arUos wishing the prescription will please addreie-. Bev. BDWABD A. *ItSO»_. _VWmamsbnrgh, mayl7-Sm_] Kings County, _gew.York.

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

L.ADIK8' AID ASSOCIATION The following contributions have been received by the Ladles' Aid Association sine* their last acknowledgment Mrs. J. Hagenman, 4 bottles of wine; Mrs. Isaae Eekert, 6 _iblrtd 2 sheets, l pair plilow cmm, 1 palrpanuHoois, 1 wrapper: Miss Gordon, shests. «_ - •¦ From Union Clnb, through Mr. W. S. Fox, Treasurer , •5 00being proceeds of a Ball given in aid of the sick and wounded in onr Army. This is the _stfebnd contribution received from this source within a short time, by the Aid Association, and deserves not only general praise, bnt-ax* tended imitation. • • MARIA W. BKOOKE, Secretary.

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

Pemocratlc State Convention* Id accordance with a resolution of the Democratic Stat_. _Ssecotlve Committee, the _Dmioobact or _Pbsssylva. hj .* will m«_ittn WAT8 CQHYBNTIQH, at _HABRISBVRO, en THT.ii, the 4th day of July, 1883, At 10 o'clock, A. SI, to nominate candidate* for Auditor Several and Scrvetor _OlirmRAL, anil to adopt such measures as may be deemed necessary for the welfare of the Democratic party and _tbs country. WILLIAM H. WELSII, Chairman of «i« DamacTatto _Ets£e Ex. Comnjiitw-

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

jBSr BcTTHX Im.ust»U£T«d.Pa*bbs—Harper and Frank Leslie—tor next week, of the enterprising News _^_gijnls, Harvey Birch & Brothers. They are _fiUed with splendid pictures of War Scenes, and Frank Lettie issues another War Supplement, containing among other things, a mammoth picture of the Bom_^_ardm _9B t ©f _forfe Jackson and St. Philip, near New Orleans.

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

tf?» The United States Hotel, Weft Market Square, under its new proprietor, Mr. Grove, is doing a fine business. Hi» assistants—Joe Wilson, presiding at the Bar up stairs, and Maj. Ballade, In charge of _the Restaurant and Bar in the basement—are clever fellows , and know_, how to do the right ;tt»lB«70 f _JWktt felkj Ud _KHftlis (»• erally. ' '

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