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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

_PtIBUSHEO EVERT SATUBDAY _MORNING. «ee Sorth-Wett comer of Penn and FWi _»tr*t, ad' 0_JW joining the _Jbrror*' Bank of Btaiing. TKKM8 OF _SCeSCWMIOlf. 91,50 a ««or, payable in advance. 1,00 for rix months, in advance. To Cixb* : Four copies for »S» us aavanc*. 19- jllp(^a-O_tP d_%mntinuJd at the expiration of the time paid JOT. BATES OF _ADYKBTISIHO IK THK GAZETTE. It. St. lmo. Smo. 6mo. ly. _jc_^w-Mrt_^rg "5 « a S i « 20 " 1,00 2,00 2.50 5,00 8,00 15,00 S it 30 " 1,60 3,00 8,75 7,60 12,00 20,00 [_Largar Advertisement* la proportion.] Sweaters' and Administrators* Notices, 6 insertions $2,00 Auditors'Hotices and Legal Notices 3 •• 1,00 Special Notice?, as reading matter, 10 cts. a line for one _£jp> Marriage notices 25 cents each. Deaths will be ptt Wj*ed _fflggfa_^ _^ naona ot _maa_* ana other Private Associations, will be charged for, a& adverti_$emenKat the above rates. 40. Advertisements for Religions. Charitable and Educational objects, one half the above rate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

STRICKLAND & BROTHER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, A3 HAST FBHN SX&BST, HEADING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSI0 BOOKS, GOLD PENS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE_. LETT&R CAPand PIRNTING PAPER and. PAPER BAGS. BLANK BOOBS —AND— MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, nt catalogue prices. 99- Orders from Oonntry Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. 49* Teachers supplied with Music at the usual _disconnt. N. B —Hooks and Music sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. jau 18-tf

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

LIST OF COLORS: Black,, x ~_£ ~ FAsf_* _^ Salmont Dark Brown. /i&_^ ~^§t \ _^ carlet _> Snuff Brown. (£_[ A \ _«_j Dark Drab, Light Brown. f{ W _^ /•"/ Light Drab, Dark Blue, \\- / PJ_±)*) Yellow, Light Blue, _^ _^ Ajp_^ _Jfj Liyht Ydlov>, Dark Green, HHSS»_s4_fefcV Orange, Light reen, ¦ MKjffiyk Magenta, Purple, ^¦R_^^^^Sft" FTench Blue, Slate, _JfK_^^_Sisfr _^_°va/ Pur Ple i Crimson, _VHb33_S£W_* Violet. FAMILY uYt COLORS, FOR DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods, Rhawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Kibbons. Glovea. Bonuets, Mats. Feathers, Kid Gloves. Cliildieo's Clothing, and ill kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast _OOlora. A Saving of 80 per cent. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly lested.a 'nd pat ap in neat packages For twenty-five cents you can color as many goods as woold otherwise cost five M»eB that sum. The process is simple_, and any one can ana the _uyes with p«fecl. (success. Dlree lions _inoidfl. Manufactured b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

TKRAKT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIoine has universally received the most favorable re commendations of the Medical _Pbofesuon and the Public, as the most Ephcieht and Aorebablb SALINE APERIENT. It may he used with tbe best effect in Billons and Febrile Diseases, Costivenese_, Sick Headache, Nausea, Lobs of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity or the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Gont, Rheumatic Affections, Gravel, Piles, and ail complaints WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APBEI EST OR _FUMJATIVE IS REQUIRED. It Is particularly adapted to tbe wants or _TraYellero by Spa and Land, Residents of Hoc Climate*, Persons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convalescent*; Captains of _Veiweis and Planters will find It a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests. It is in the form of a powder, carefully put up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upou It to _uroduce a delightful _etferYwvent beverage. Numerous testimonials from _prof...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COIiIjAR HOUSE. 1000 Dozen HICKORY SHIRTS. _innr. a*, j Gray, Bed and Blue PLANHEL 1000 do. | '» SHIRTS. innn -»„ 5 ASSORTED FANCY TRAVELLING 1000 do. j SH1STS. _innn _h_« S WHITE MUi-LIN SHIRTS from 1000 do. _J «9,_»S Upwards. 1000 do. DENIM OVERALLS. 10,000 Pairs COTTONADE PANTALOONS. ( _MASIIPAOTOKKRg OF THIS MINER'S WELSH } { _FIiAHNfili SHIRTS. $ And a Large Assortment of LINEN And MARSEILLES BOSOMS and COLLARS, And GENTLEMEN'S FUKNISHINS GOODS. fox Sale bf . BENNETT, _ftlTCEt & CO., manufacturer*, 217 _CliurcU Alley, Jan 17-3ino] PHILADELPHIA, PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE SWAM.) Race Street, above _TJilrd, Philadelphia. riiHIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT _|_ inducements, not only on account of reduced rates of board, but fi om its central location to the avenues of trade, as well as the conveniences afforded by the several Paasenger Railways running past and contiguous to it, by which _gBMtf can pae» to and from the Hotelhhould they be preferred to the regular Omnibus connected -with the House. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my guests. JO- Terms, $1 25 per day. DC. SIEGRIST, Proprietor, Formerly from eagle Hotel,LebanonPa. T. V. UH0»i>8.0I«Tk. rmamh lfi-tr GRAINS: (malt.) f_*RtANS CAN _CONSTANlLV BE HAD AT \T LAUER S BBEWBKY, corner of Third and Chestnut streets. *• _LAOKB. December 7.1881-tf _THRESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES, AT p PEOCOCK'S, -_" l«b 7] iOBonthVUlh Sites

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

LOOK HERE! TB. RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS . his friends and the publicthat lie ban opened a new Store on Penn street, No 83, next door to J B. KilierV Cabinetmaker Store, where he invite* the citizens of Beading aud vicinity, to his ttpiendid stock of RSABY-1ISABB C10THINO, _Concitir._R of OVERCOATS FROCK GOATS, PANTS and VESTS of various colors and quali ies, got np node Ms own supervision. He is also1 supplied with a good stock of Cloths, _Cassimercs and Vestings, w>-ich will be made to order in the neatest and most Fashionable Styles at tile _Jowent cash prices. Having considerable experience in thi» branch of _bURioenB. he feels confident of _«i vinit general »ali_»faction. He has aUo on hand a _eood assortment of Gentlemen's _Knrnishlng Good-, such a-White _Snlrts, Overshirts_, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, i!_ravats of different styles and colors, Stockings sad Gloves, and sucb _irnods us are _fnnnd in a Store of this kind. ' Jaa24-3m] J_\COB B. RIX8TINK, Reading....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

NOTICE. A PEEMIUM WILL BE PAID ON _GtOXjD, OXiB _SXXiVXiR, —AND—X*^.X_% _&A._NJBL N-OT£S AT THE EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, _READINGh, Pa. August 10,1861-tf] JUST RECEIVED. Qt \_ftf\ FLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL rVVA_/VJ t*-tf WH. BHOADS, Jr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

PRIVATEERING A bill authorizing the President to issue letter* of marque and _reprisal passed (he Senate on Tuesday by a vote of 27 to 9. Mr. Sumner opposed the passage of the bill on the ground that it might produoe complications with the European powers, who were opposed to privateering. Mr. Grimes was in favor of giving the President power to lei slip the dogs of war in ea.66 of cemplioations with any power- He wanted to adhere to our ancient polioy whether the European powers liked it or not. Mr. M'Dougall was in favor of the bill. If letters of marque had beem granted at the beginning of the rebellion, there would have been no running the blockade. Hp especially wanted the bill to _paaa_, because, h* believed that before Congress met again W_« should be at war with another power, and should n««d all oar forces on sea and land. Evidently

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

PREMIUM PHOTOGRAPHS TOOK THE PREMIUM FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHS AT THE KAST BER«S COUSffTT FAIR. TT'VERT PREMIUM YET AWARDED FOB Y\i Photographic Likenesses in Berks county, has been Kiven to HOWARD. He is the cheapestand best in Reading. MS- RBMEMBSBTHEPLACK—EastPennSqnaresouth aide, next to the Sohmucker House. [oct 6-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS We are indebted to Senator Clthkb and Representative Kiinb, for copies of tbe 20th Annual Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of Pennsylvania, for the year 1862. It shows that, notwithstanding the disturbing influence of war, the Schools have kept pace with the increase of oar population and the natural development of the system; and very little diminution of the aggregate results has been experienced. The due proportion of school accommodations to population has been preserved, if not som6Wh.it increased _{ the amount of instruction imparted has only slightly fallen off; the teaching material has kept pace, in number, with the growth of population, and its quality has improved ; tbe aggregate expenses of the schools have been QoueMer&bly curtailed, the entire _COSfc to the State being $115,019 76 less than it was last year; while the actual cost of instruction, in salaries of teachers and expense of each pupil, pur otonth_, has fallen o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

WAX. B. BRADBURY'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT, No.437 BROOMB 8_TREET,NBW.VORK. rpHE SDBSOfllBER RESPECTFULLY INJ. vites the attention of his Mends and the pnblic (teaerally to his Piano-Porte Establishment, at No. 427 Brooine Street, corner of Crosby street. Having withdrawn fai« interest, stock and materials from the late firm •• Lighte & Sradburys," which flrm was _^_MjgUtowsadiwolved on _> he 31st Januaryult., and bar-¦ ^^¦ _^ ¦¦ Hing purchased the entire 6tock of PIANOrF fv''""2FBS J a r?d n Pi 5BO _' Forto «*m*m1 owned by his brother. Edward O. Bradbury, in tbe said flrm h» is now ptepared to supply the increased demxnd for his celebrated PIANO-FOKTES Employing tbe most «kllirol and experienced workmen, with a large stock of the best .and most thoroughly seasoned material, and anabnndanca of capital, he has taken in hand tbe personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing j,ie j _nBtru.iieats, and IS enabled t» _tBPn dot PU.A6-V6_HM it _Une<5t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

€i1« Alt'airs f&- The Umiom _Fkatbr Mm*»» w_"1 _mnua to-morrow (Snnday) afternoon, in the Second German Beformed Church, South Sixth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to attend. 1ST Tub Rbv. J. C. Bucks* will preach tomorrow morning and evening, in the Second _Oernan Reformed Church, South Sixth street. ¦_QT _Democratic Rejoicing.— The Democrats »nd conservative citizens of Beading Bred one hnndrad gnn* on Wednesday morning, tn _expression of their Joy at the termination of tne Thirty-Seventh Congress. —i _fBF Important to County. Bond-holders.— The holders of 6 per cent, bonds against the county of Berks , will find a notice of Importance to them, In our advertising columns. The _Commlssionere hare resolved, f*«m and after the first of April next, to pay only 6 per cent, interest for all moneys loaned to the county; and the holders of all over-due certificates are requested to make known in writing, on or before the 20th of this month, their wi...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

SENATOR BUCKALEW'S LETTER. We invite particular attention to the admirable letter from Senator Bvckalbw to the Democrats of Philadelphia, which will be found on the outside form. In the calm, clear, searching and logical style that marks ell his writings, he shows how the parly in power has failed to ap preciate the real necessities of the nation in its efforts to suppress rebellion, departed from its declared policy at the outset, and substituted for it, step bj step, the fanatical and extreme measures of Sumner, _Greeley and Phillips, alike at Tarianoe with the requirements of the crisis, Tiotetive of the Constitution, and subversive of . the fundamental principles upon which our Government rests. Mr. Bcckalew expresses the opinion that a reversal of this radical sectional policy, which has thus far been attended only with disaster, is essential to success in the great work of restoring the Union, and finds encouragement in the proofs that were given in the late State election...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

THE '"NIGGERHEAD" PARTY The New i ork Herald applies the name " Niggerheads " to the Abolition leaders in Congress, a3 a set off to the senseless epithet of "Copperheads " which i3 now so freely bestowed upon Democrats. It is a vulgar nickname, and we disapprove of it quite as much as we do of the general practice of calling nicknames, which (be it remembered) originated with, and has been persistently pursued by the opponents of the Democratic party. But the term " Nigger head," as applied by the Herald, is not without meaning; for the proceedings of the late session of Congress show that the negro has taken such complete possession of the heads of Abolition members, as to disqualify them for the con sideration of any measure in which he is not the central figure. If any proof be wanting, in addition to the general legislation of the last Congress, to show how completely _tbe party in power has become enslaved to the fanaticism of negro worship, and given over to Ihe infamo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS The Thirty-Seventh Congress came to an end ou Wednesday at noon. Nearly all the important measures that the Administration desired, were passed, and have become laws; and it is no hyperbole »o say that ihe Congress just adjourned has _iuvegted Mr. Lincoln with more absolute power than was ever before given to a. civil _rular by any legislative body of ancient or modern times. Financial bills have been passed appropriating $1,100,000,000, in addition to $1,177,000,000 appropriated at the long session and the extra session—in all $2,277,000,000. A Banking bill ha3 been adopted to faciliate the financial operations of the government, and give it control of Ihe whole moneyed interest of tho country. Next a general Conscription Dill nas _neeu adopted. Heretofore, in the United States, the Militia force has been under the control of the Governors of the States, and trained and officered tuutcr their authority. Now the whole Militia_, and every able-bodied _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

MW ADVERTISEMENTS _SHSiUFF'_S S&LS3 OF 11KAJL ESTAT E T)Y VIRTUE OF SUNDRY WRITS OP /p JJ wart Faciasrmdtttnnt JuFpirnasiai Fieri Ki7_< issued out of the Court or Common Pleas of Bark« ..,«. and to me directed, will be sold at Public Vendue or, _Ly cry, to wit: uu_«o ro&t On Saturday, the 4_ih day of April, A t» I88S, at 1 o'clock. P. M . at the public _hoase of Peatb. * _KeifoBjdsr, (R>ys_(one; in tbe City of Kfl»d|nK, Bark,,ml * Mt y. to WH: All tbat certain BRICK bwiariK, " HOUSE and southern moiety or half-part of-i,,. ground, situate on tbe western side of Fifth strait , said City of Reading, aud numbered in the general ni-t,1 1 the town, (No. 27*) bounded as follows, to wit• o!i V' Bint side by Fifth street _aforeoatd, on the South ' hv t d _Hicko_^fbrmeriy Geo. _Briner_.) on the W«.t byYVfc.. Alleyand on the Mortb. by Kobert Packer; _caauiaij, et breadth .North and South 30 feet;and in length froil,_T8 ,1 " _SEraS/_a1 more or leM- Sold " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

DISCHARGED SOLDIERS CAN NOW OBTAIN THEIR $100 BOUNTY from the V. S. Government, by application to ABNER K. STAUFFBR, March 7-tf_] Collection Office, Court Street, Readme. HAMBURG- BRIDGE LETTING. rpHE COMMISSIONERS OP BERKS COUN-1 TT, will be in attendance at tbe public bouse ot David Fink, in the borough of Hamburg, on the 23d, 24th, and 25th days of March1863for the purpose of letting the Hamburg Bridge. All those who fail to avail _themselves of this opportunity, will positively be excluded from making a contract for the present year. PAUL WESRICH, 1 GEO. K. LORAH, > Commissioners. H. R. HAWMAN, ) Commissioners' Offlce,;Reading, March 7,1863-3t. TRBB&KOUXffX SSaCXXVA&'S'_i NURKISTOWN, PA., Jj iOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.—The situation is hl_«h, healthy and beautiful, amid ten acres ground. Tbe Principal devotes his whole time to Ihe _School The Spring and Summer Session of Four months commence* on Tuesday, April 7,1863. For Circulars, yrltb fall particulars,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

Kjff" Fatal Railroad Accident.— About 5 o'clock last Sunday evening:, as a cattle train was coming over the Lebanon Valley _Bailroad_, a young lad, named Beed, residing in Eighth street, near Buttonwood, aged about 14 years, attempted to get on one of the ears in the cut near Fifth street, but slipped, and fell between them, aad was cut through the middle. Twenty-four _car_« passed oar his bodjr. —¦ . _tGP* _Areest.—Wm. Underhill, a young colored man, was arrested yesterday morning by Detective Lyon and Officer Wilson, on the charge of being concerned in the highway robbery of a soldier named Sli _Sebajffar, which was committed in the streets of Beading last summer. He had a bearing before Alderman _Bchoener, and was committed to answer. •m> _fgyA State Road Act Repealed. — The Honse has pasted a hill to repeal the Aet of hut session, authorizing tbe construction of a State road from John Heilman'a, in Lebanon county, through Bethel township_. Bubs county. Mi. Potteigef adv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 March 1863

US' The 104th _Pssna. Regiment —Private letters were received last Saturday evening from members of the I04th Beglinent. They brought _latelllganet up to the 17th February—two weeks later than our previous accounts. The men of* the 104th were still occupying their old _quarters on St. Helen! Island, im tbe harbor of Port Boyal_, South Carolina, and the camp or the 174th Penna. Militia Regiment wm within tight of them. Nothing of ijieelal laUF4at lui o««tirr*d daring the put two _westa _Tht Militia Beglmept bad started on an expedition, the destination ot which was _sappoeod to be Fort Pnlaaki or St. Augustine, Florida, bat they returned to tkelr quarters again In the course of a day or two-One of the soldiers or the lOttb, writes: "The weather h«re is delightful. One can hardly realize the fact tbat tbe present is a winter month, it is so warm. It seems more like summer. The frogs croak all night lou{, aad ia the morning tbe birds awake as with their mnsieal notes. Alligators ...

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