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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ittff_^ Kailroap Ueasks.—The Philadel phia and Rending Railroad Company have leaned the Little Schuylkill Ksii mud and the EnU Mulmnoy Kaiiroad, whereby tbey «_ecure the possession and _control of tho _tutiuol route through the Broad Mountain into tbe _Mahanoy _uoal basin. The coal lands and mines of tbe Little Schuylkill R lilroad Com puny are not included in the lease. The Philadelphia aud Heading Railroad Company have also teased the Union Canal Company1 . Railroad aad tbe Iiorberry Crook Kaiiroad, in tho Pine drove region. Ha?" Policeman _Ukatkn. —Last Saturday night, Officer John Z_^chman was severely beaten by a negro named William Henry Dyer, while in the act of arresting bint tor assaulting Casper _Neafceiser and wife, wbo keep a beer-h._mse at Niuth and Washington streets, for refusing to give him a drink. Tbe blows were inflicted by Mr. _Zechinan'_s own cane, which the negro wrenched from his hands. He was _arretted early next morning by Chief Miller and Officers Haydc...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

To Hotel, Restaurant, aud Saloon Keepers. YOUR COMMITTEE, APPOINTED AT ,\ meeting, held at tbe Keystone Hall, in Nnv«mb«r _last, hen leave to submit tho following report of their proceedings : Your Committee, after their .appointment, immediately proceeded to employ counsel, who at once took _active _meaeurPH tn effect the object Id view. Upoa _corrnspontleucd with leading inemlm* of cbe Ootntniuee who _framm! tim lutprnal Kevenue Bill, they were informed that the Committee never intended that I.audlo in should takeout two licenses, and tbat an explanatory Act wonld no donbt bu panned at an early day in _Congreiu. to m_*et the construction of the _CnmmlMiouer of Internal Revenue. Your _Committee, ftcordiuiily, on the 9th of T)e»mhnr last , Kent a circular to the parties they represented, a_.lvlsinglheBl to pay Tor _xhelr llc_^_Doe as kre _pero ot Innn and _Reitnurantfi, but not to pay for any license as retail li quor _dealePH, until the question wan settled. ' A Bill _waa Ln the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_^EVV _ADVE LnU&EMENlVS ORFSAW5' _GQTJRT 8ALB T_)URSW.ANT TO AN _OUUEil OP THE Oil-|7 PIIANS' COURT of Baik« c-noty will besnldati..i_;.. li« vemln-, on Saturdav, the 7-li _dny of February, A |i 1SG3 at the pnhlic house of Jacob Mater, in Fleeiw i' Kichinouii towi.Kbip, _VerlCKCuuuiy, the _fullowingUDMrilM Iteal Bft*«, to wit: No. I—All thai certain tract or piece of _WOOlHiAVn _^ em, situate in the Township or Kni-combnianur . in i|,,; *S_^_jC, Co\imy of Berks horded by laodi late or .I,,,.,,;, MttnCiril r Mr. WeldenbH miiier and Charles l_.ev.u, __j3» _b_» coutalulnir fl acres aud l:<2 perches. ' iHo. 2—AH that certain piece or _truct of WOODLAND _. situate iu the Town-hip of KcincomhniH.uor , Couuty ar,,r., ' -said, hnnoded by lauds late of Philip Kline laud* liu_.f ,,f Jncoli Scholl, and lands of llavid lloch; _coutiiuiui; |" »cr«» M.nd _«9 _OlOhefdh_^S. >•¦>. 3—All that certain plcc*^ or tract of WOOOLa.VJ_) situate iu the Towunhip of _Kuscoui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_TJJBIilG _SAIiB Of._Vaii&blo City Property. W flLLBE SOLD ON'HONDAf, JAJIUAItf TT 26th, 1863, at.l o'clock. P. M.,*t the public boats of Joseph Oanser, (_Keyntone _hlposn) in thin city: So._4.—Ail those two two-story BRICK HDU8E8, situate Mon Ihe corner or _Pebn abd Fif. b streets, _kaowo'_as the "Olymer Property." oonUinlnff 88 feet in front on Penn Square, and _i>% feet on South Fifth' street. 'This ean be feold in one or two parts. No. 2 —All that extensive TAVERN and S1OBK STAND, With Iar_«e and-corainodtouit StablVnir, aM'two two-utory M DWELLING HOUSBS and vacant lot of eronnd_, sit. nate on the corner or Franklin and' Water etreetH: ocniaiuing tn front on wid franklin street 132 feet and 7 inehenand being 225 feet deep. Tbe Tavern Property j_« known as tbe " Boatman's Hotel." No. 4 —AU that eligible VACANT LOTsituate io South Sixth street, between _Franklin and _Cbentnot streewbelonging to the Bom1 _Kmtata; containing 39 feet In width, and _SHO feet ia depth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

FlTZ-JOHK PoKTBK FOUND GUILTY AND DlSxissbd.—The New-York Tribune has a special dispatch from Washington, stating, contrary to the general belief, that the Court Martial before which Gen. FiU-John Porter was tried, had found him guiUy on every one of the charges prefered against him, which were for disobedience of orders and cowardice in the face of the enemy, and that the President had approved the finding?, and ordered the sentence of dismissal from the service to be carried into execution against him. Fitz John Porter was a cadet from New Hampshire, leaving the Military Academy in 1845. He was made First Lieutenant in 1847, and the same ¦ year Brevet Captain for gallant conduct in the battle of Molino del Bey. At the battle of Chepultepec he won the honors of Brevet Major. He was wounded at the Belen gate, at the taking ot the City of Mexico. After peace with Mexico, lie was Assistant Instructor of Artillery at the West Point Academy up to the commencement of the nresent rebell...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

LADIES' AID ASSOCIATION. • The fallowing articles have been received by the Ladies' Aid Society, since their last _acknowIadgnYeht: ""'* i 4 quilts and 1 _obfrt, from Hern, through Mrs. J. Ermon-Inmti -X box. _throniih McL. Brinor. from Bethel towniliiD. Owing to ahsence from home, not _nent to us till the present time. A barrel of rusks and bread, from Mrs. _Nicolls Mm. A. tfnbleuberg, sod Mr«. K. ltfablenberg; 1 jar plum jam and bread, from lire. Giles. C. C. OKIES, Secretary. ••» Oflicei-s of the _Schnyllcill Jta.viga.tlon. Co. J. L. _Getz, Esq. • l Dear Sir .-—In _frbot last paper, you mistook the officers elected bjr the Little Schuylkill Navigation and Bailroad Company, for those of the Schuylkill Navigation Company, and so published them. The officers elected at the late animal meeting of the latter Company, were: Pi-M(d~etit—¥. FKALKT. Managers—.Too. It. Worrell, Eli K. Price. Thomas T. Lea, Thomas Williamson, Joseph B. _Towasend, _riauiuelV. Sferrtck, Samuel _Binpham, Joh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

tur uie Heiutmg _(iiizKlte and Democrat Examination »t tlie Philoinatliean Institute. Uinu_^_ltito_', Jan. IS, 1863. Mr FAU<>r»— I !l»d the pleasure of _amending the examination of tlie pupils tit the Phiiomathoan Institutenu lust Friday. Mr. H. Smith lias charge or the Institute, and ho may fuel proud of tha nitnnnr iu which his pupils conduct*! 'l>e!Hi>«!l_<tii tliro_'_such a, _tryingsceue as a public examination. Tbey _anxwerod promptly and correctlyand it was easily seen tbat Iu their instruction, strict a tnntiou hwX been paid to _principle!*, and tra-', tvntft in c«><> often the iiahh. reauiripK the _sebolurs to uuinmit to memory withuui gaining onn idea of tho why nuil wherefore. £ach ula_^_s did remarkably well, and exhibited quite creilitable advancement. The scliolars manifested a d«ep interest In the vroceodiags, _aiid Keem«d to take pleasure iu _xbowing to _tlicir _parcuts and frioiids tba pro*_rx>M tbey ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_Recojllkctions of Venice.—By Charles Ilt.my Jones.—This is a neatly printed little volume of 81 pages, from the pen of tbe oldest, son of the Hon. J. Glancy Jones, our ln.to Minister at Vienna, and his Private Secretary there. It is a modest narrative of tbe impressions made upon tbe author's mind during a short sojourn in Venice, aud describes, in an agreeable style, the many objects of historical interest which attract the stranger in the once magnificent, now<!<?<;»;- ing, but still romantically interesting and beautiful "Queen of the Adriatic." It is a very creditable production, and deserves to be read far beyond the circle of the author's immediate acquaintance. Copies are tor sale at Strickland'_s Bookstore; and we are requested to state ibat tbe proceeds of tho sales will be appropriated to the benefit of the Sunday Schools of the Episcopal Cliurch in this city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

CtoscbeBboppen _JWntDal _TPin I_»inr aneo Company. ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OP MANJ\_ _agers of tbe above named Company, held on the 22d cuy of _JVo vein her, A. 0., 1S62, tbe following amendments to tho By-Laws ware adopted, lo take elf»ct upon tha commeucement of the period for which the Charter has bean _extuudod_, io wit: Ou tbe 3rd Jfty of March, A. D., <S_£_I. 1q Article Oth, after tbe word* •' All property both real and permnal. may be insured for three fourth* its actual dtxh _valno," invert tbe word*: The insured being entitled to three-fouribs of the ca.b value of any Ions sustained. Strike out Article 7th aud instead thereof insert thn foll.twi)i_* by Law. to wit: Tin. insttrauc* to be during (ho eontmuanea of the Oli«.rtor, provided, tho rates of Hmea_^_inout authorized by Suctiou (ith of the Act of Incorporation , and Section -lib or the Act Nipplemfiniarj to wtid act, be paid into the haudu' nf the Treasurer, agreeably to tbe provisions of said Sections. Shoul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

£¦3^* e 104th _Picsna. Rkciimbnt—A letter learn Col. l>(_tvls, ditod ' _Jannury _,«th, to the Vopltintown Democrat, iofuruiB us that this regiment is now encamped at " Carolina City," a comfortless Ktttlement, in a wilderuessofsaud morasR and thick-tangled forest, containing three houses, a barn aud a railroad station. It is about 40 miles from Newborn, _th? head quarters of tuo Department of _tfortQ Carolina. The _Brgiuttnt ia iu good condition ana fine haaltli. To relieve tlie monotony of camp-ilfe, some of the men have organized a Concert company, under the name of tbe Kinggold Minstrels, and give occasional entertainments for tbe amuBument of their comrades. .On the evening of the 7th, they gave a "Grand Concert" in the railroad depot, for the commissioned _officars ortbe Brigade. We observe by ' the programme, tbat two Heading boys—members of Company 11, are of the party of _MinhtceU), to wit * Mr. Leinbach, banjo player, and Mr. V. Aker, " bones." The audience numbere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Hah. ! brightest banner that Boats on _tne _gaie, Flag or the country of Washington, hail! Red are thy stripes -with the Wood of the brave, Bright are tby star? as th_« .eun ' an the wave J "Wrapt in thy ford* are the hopes ot the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on theel JKg- _Sbkatob _Clthe* and Representatives Kline, Wkid-»B» and _FOTTBiaER, have oar _thanks for _nseful Legislative Documents. _tSf The Pkicr of single copies of tbe Gazette _nill hereafter be 5 cents. If any persons, who have been in the habit of buying the papers from our carriers, object to the payment _ofihis price, they can be regularly served, by leaving their names at the office, at regular subscription rates, to wit: 50 cents for 3 months; $1 for C months; or Si 50 for a vear.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ELECTION OF STATE TREASURER The Legislature, m joint convention, on Monday last, elected William V. M'Grvth, Democrat, State Treasurer for the term of one year. The ¦ vote atood _t for Win. V. M'Gralh, 65; for Henry D. Moore, 64—four members absent. Mr. M'- Orath was the Democratic caucus nominee a year ago, _wbjen the party was in the minority. Mr. M'Grath is a Fhiladelphian, and bears a high character for ability and probity. lie will bring into the State Treasury an experience of several years as Treasurer of the city of Philadelphia, in which position he proved himself a faithful public officer-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

LAST NOTICE We shall postpone striking the names ot delinquent subscribers off our books for two weeks. A number of them have already paid up, and many others are probably waiting an opportunity to do bo. ThiB they will have, during the next term of Court, which commences on Monday. We hope that all who wish to continue the Ga zelte, will see the necessity of complying with our cash terms, so long as we are compelled to pay the present enormous j>rl<S6 fit _paper", and that those who do not care about it, will at least _haye the honesty to pay what they owe us, before we _rjart from them.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE f)DRSUANT TO AN _ORHKlt OF THE ORPHANS' COURl- of B«rk_« C1,n ty, will he sold at public vturlue, on _FrliJuy, theiO'h day of February A I) 1863, ou tbe premises. Ht tha late res dence of John Klmi ' .Ucen«ed. the f,>)low!_bv _dencribfJ UrhI K_»Ute, lo _w'u - A,' _i bat certain undivided moiety or half of a Tract of Und Hitna_'ein Cfppar Bern township, _cinufy of Perks aforesaid ' _hivtnded by lands nf H_^ory Kiak, _I_'p ter Fink. J_«cjh Bait- ' _hasar _.and by the Phitmlnlphitiand _UeadinR Railroad, coii-IniuiuK II acres and lii perches, neat measure. Late _tha property of John Blult, dncenxed. Pale to commeucd at I o'clock in _thn _arternoon, _wUnn due »ttenHanco will be given, h,,_J tl._o Warn of k<Av ,llila« known by FKEr._EUICK r-LATT, > „ _11_BNRT _FIMK. \ Kxo«ntors . By order of the Cnn< t.—KaNiel _Uabs_, Cleik. Junnarv i!4. lK(i3-3t *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_40»Thb reported death of Ex-Governor Packer at Williamsport_, was not true. Governor Packer, had a severe attack of something like paralysis on Sunday night., the 4th inst., while walking through the street. We are pleased to learn that he has recovered. —^ : <M«M»>~~———. _Jgy* _Aeeanoemi?nt8 are now beiug made for the erection of an Episcopal Church, in Lebanon, during the coming spring and summer. It will be a handsome affair and an ornament to the Inwn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_Dblkoatkb to the Statb Cohvbhtion.—The Democrats of Philadelphia elected their Delegates to the next State Convention this week. We learn from a source entitled to credit, that of the whole number chosen (twenty-one), 7 are in favor of the nomination of the Hon. Wnt.iAM H. Wittjb for Governor , and (he remaining #li«i»#AAn _artk nnf. _Anmmirfa/I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Illhess of _Hbs. Camkeor.—The Harnsburg Union of yesterday, learns that the Hon. Simon Cameron is lying dangerously ill at his residence at Lochiel, near -that city. The nature of his illimaa in nnf. slated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

m&ztllt nit& ihttMitf &1 READING. PA SATURDAY, _JANVAfiPk 1SK3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

MOCCASIN TKACKSJ ATTEMPT |0 BRIBE A _MEMBER OF ASTOUNDING DEVELOPMENTS GEN. CAMERON'S OPERATIONS TO EfFECT HIS ELECTION TO THE 0. S. SENATE! Statement of T. Jefferson _Boyer, Member oi Assembly from Cleariield County. To ihe Editor* of the Patriot and Union : As many rmnonrare afloat in regard to certain Iransactiona'irttivh «vok p lace beiw«en General Cameron and myself on several occasions previous to the late election of United States Senator, I think it _uty duty to make a plain, unvarn_> isbeJ statement of the facts, so Ibat there may be hereafter no _niisunderalauding or misrepre seuinsion. Balloting that there would be aiteniptB to bribe members in order to defeat the eleciiou of a Democrat, I conceived the project of putting myself in the way oMhe operators, and try ing _lioir tar they were disposed to go in the matter Ouce conceived, 1 determined to act upon it, and c_._miniuuicated my intention to several friends _Tlie first opportunity (hat vffered I embraced...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

STATEMENT OFmHE TRIENNIAL ASSESSMENT ,t ¦ i .. OF _TWK ' " * . ' v>. Severs! Wards, Boroughs and Townships in the County, of Berks, ltl5'l'UllNM-;D I'OU THIS YKAR18O_2. DISTRICTS. _" rcL.?^ |^"c y-fl Horsos. Cattle. C " rria- _S 'eII _I %% Property. lTlterCsV 6<»- -g_^ _g <» _^ _gS ¦• •¦ *-io x . > t-> c 1 H a r^_ M Albany 3_^S.»«»i iO,2_«t> 11,100 4,2l>« 3,8»)& -U'_l _Alssiue, 318,630 33,810 4,152 4,050 937 3 284 Amity _GOU_._OM 45,400 10,220 8,710 3,876 400 C 330 ' Horn, :. 002,18' .) 24,000 10,300 0.820 2,105 4;!.3 _l'«rn, Upj-.cr 004,410 50,120 13,270 5,545 4,020 421 Jieruvillo _£5,0St> -5,000 2,10-5 2S_^ l;S00 CM 3 ]28 Botbal, 018,610 08,020 8,_0'JO §,070 4,100 7 484 Brecknock 109,049 20,204 5,143 2,084 735 279 Caernarvon, :. !, _^ 208,134 17,810 5,542 • 2,760 1,095 7 241 Centre, I .409,778 4G,07o 14,530 5,870 4 505 302 Col.jbrookdttlo, 440,960 • 01,764 1_^, 952 6,098 4,699 200 8 300 Cumru, 500 . .587 54,308 ...

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