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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

OUR IMPROVEMENT The Oazette appears to-day in an improved form, to keep f ace with ihe very largely improved price of paper. We hope our readers will like (he change, particularly as it is made entirely at our own expense, and without any _increase in the price of subscription ! Justing aside, 'he continued exorbitant price of paper, compels us to reduce the size of the _Gaztttti but, without materially diminishing the quantity of reading matter it has usually eonttrfned_. Although, this reduction does not gave to us one half of (be advance on paper, we ¦hall make no change in our terms of enbscrip tion, but Continue IV supp l y 'he Gazette at the old and cheap rate of $1 50 a year. To do this, however, while paper costs us twenty cents a pound 150 per cent, more than it did a year agOP-aud must be paid for, in cash, on delivery ire are compelled to adopt the cash system, and to require, from this date, payment in advance, in all oases. Our friends will therefore understand ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

10* A _Nuw _Ybar_'s Prksent.—The Gazette office Is indebted to Messrs. Henry Seidel 4c Co., of .tbe Eagle Brewery, for a keg of their superior Lager Beer, on New VW« e_»e. It Was a. 4ae treat for " all hands" aad their neighbors, and enabled them to welcome in tho New-Tear witb jolly bumpers. • • . »». gg5* A New _Orqan, built by Mr. Samuel Boh lei-, of Beadiug, has been _plaesd.in the Episcopal _Cborch at _Pottstowa. It was first used ia the public _MMioes of the Church on .Christmas day, and gave great satisfaction to the congregation. It U a powerful instrument, for its size, and has a very line tone. tiW Titb Monthly Union Prater Meeting, will ba bald In tbe Washington street Presbyterian Cliureb, to-morrow (Sunday) _tfternoou, at 8 o'clock. All are most respectfully invited to attend. . — ¦«» — _jgp "The _Oleo _Watbh Gas," patented b y Prof. L. L. Hill, Jane 17,1862, as advertised .to day ia oar paper, claims tbe attention of oar readers. t&~ Amount or Coal tran...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Jeff. Davis's Rstaliatoby Proclamation.— Jeff. _Divis lias issued a proclamation, ordering the immediate hanging, when _caught, of Gen. Baler, iu retaliation for the hanging of Munfurd, by Butler, last summer., ia New Orleans, for having torn down an America') Flag before the occupation of the city by oar troops. Jeff's proclamation against Butler is about as effective as Abe's freeing the niggers,—Jeff must " catch _Buller before hanging him, and Abe mu3t get po9ses:»!f)n of the niggers before freeing them. In ihe same Proclamation, Jeff also levels the death-dart at other unfortunates, who have incurred his mortal displeasure. He hands them over to destruction ia the following summary manner ; " That all commissioned officers in the command of Benjamin F. Butler be declared not entitled to be considered as soldi era engaged in honorable warfare, but as robbers aDd oriminals deserviug death; and that the; and each of them be, whenever captured, reserved for execution. *' 1 hat ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

_gggr Cokdhotob Shaeffbb_, of tbe R-ading Accommodation T_^aln, WKs\the recipient or a very hand-«,ome and _ngeful gift, on _Nsw Year's day. from tha em< _ployeea on his train and the baggage-master of the _Chester Valley _tmln. It _consists of a large Bailroad Lao tern, made after the most complete pattern, with a German silver reflector, adjustable handle, stand, shield, 4o. A neat plate is riveted oa the lower part, with tbe name '- John b. Shaeffbb" engraved upon it. The gift was handed to Mr. Shaeffsr_, with the following complimentary note; via. Shaeffer : Dear Sir .•—iloping that this Lantern may light _yoa through many happy years, we remain, ' • Truly Yours, A- BRIGHT, I O'DKIEN, i _McLBNEQAM, PARKER, Beading, Pa., Jan. 1.1863. _ANSaUI. 19* The 128m Penma. Regiment.—By a letter received from ope of the officers of this Begiment, we leara, that on the 33d nit, it wan in camp near Fairfax Station, od the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, less than twenty miles from _...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

West Virginia.—A dispatch from Washington B»J9 the indications-are BQW qUjte positive that the President will decline to sign the bill creating the new State of West Virginia, as he does not feel that any action on his part in favor of the bill would be in accordanoe<srith eithe_^_gthe Virginia constitution or the Constitution of the United States. On the contrary, the aot would be clearly unconstitutional, and the precedent a [host dangerous one. Undoubtedly it would; but unconstitutional _ncre and dangerous precedents are not such un eoninton thiiign with the present Administration as to excite "our special wonder." Grnebal Butler —A dispatch from Washing ton to the Phila. North American, says :—" The arrival of General Buller is looked for with much interest, as it is now quite certain that there will be come change in the machine_^ of the Administration when he reaches this oily. Where the precise change will be, however, is yfit a matter of mere speculation, and we m...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

LIST OF COLORS: Black, _/ -S_^ _rASr _~ \ Salmon, Dark Brown, /V&^~ ~^_w\ <Sfear'rt » Snvff Brou-n, _fe f gk \^| Dark _Dtab , Light Brown, _H S &j) M Light Drab, Dark Blue, \ \ I f _j_^ ik\ Yellow, Light Blue, N _^£ _AW_0 Light Yellow, Dark (hem, HBwmLkV Orange, Light Green, ¦ B_^^ELT'_^^b Magenta, Pink, _MHlRfijfl. Sotfcrino_, Purple, _^_WvSaSBv Preneh Blue. Slate, _<_MVSgB_«M oW Pur Ple t Crimson, _^SmBSfSSm * Violtt. FAMILY DYE COLORS, P)R DYING SILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED Goods. Shawls, _Soarfs, _Drasies, Blbboni OIotb_*, BonnetsRatsFeathers, Kid Gloves, Child en's Clothing, and all kinds of _JSffitrJrtff _AEOTrfil_, JtUh perfect _Ast colors. A Saving of 80 per oeut. These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tested, and pat up ia neat packages. For twenty-five cants yon can color as many goods an _wonM otherwise cost nve times that snm. Tbe process |s »impl», and any one can use * the _Syeswifb p«»«ct _RHCWPrt, Plrectlons...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

NEW GAS LIGHT! THE OLBO-WATBB. OAS. Patented by Prof L L Bill, June 17,1862. q iHIS GAS HAS BEEN _THOROUGHLY TESTJ. ed by men of Science, and its merits have stood the greatest scrutiny.- It can be _manBfactured for 50 Cents per libOO Cubic £eet. It Is perfectly free from _offunnlve _mneli. not liRbla to er< _plosiou, and will not condense in any _temperatare or climate. It bas a body superior to the best Coal Gas, and gives a much more brilliant light. We are now prepared to offer the Petroleum Qas Apparatus to therpnblic, which must eventually take the place of all other Ouw, owiug|;to the cheapness with wbicb it can be made, Jti brillianoy of lightiti perfect glmplielty and iti adaptability in all cases where good light is required. ¦ ¦ For private dwellings In city or country, Stores, Churches. Hotels, Theatres, Factories, Public Garden*, 4c, Ac, and can easily he adapted to Gas Works now ' in operation, at very little _expenne. **' ¦ * ¦ • ' i _> We will dispose...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

0_^ Tub Co ntinental Monthly r Jan u ar y contains several valuable papers from _dietin _guiohed writers, among which are, •'Consequeoces of ibe Rebellion," by Hod. F. P. Stanton; " The Union; New York and Virginia compared," by lion. Robert J. Walker; "American Destiny," by John Stahl Patterson; "An Eoglishman in South Carolina"; and a number of other * contributions by able writers. The Continental is rapidly _beootning a public favorite. In its first volume it brought out some productions which have already gone through several editions iu book form, aad the _seoond volume promises to bo _au improvement on ibe first. Its terms are, S3 a year for a single oopy, §5 for two copiea, §7 for three copies, $40 for twenty copies. New-York: John F. Trow, publisher, 60 Greene street.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

S10 &SWAE&I f\_S WEDNESDAY, 10th _inat., WAS ElTnBR Lf stolen or e»trayed a BLACK and WH1TK SPOTTKU DOG, dapple with black and white _vpoUou the nose and also on tbe feet; reddUh eye,h«avy set, Hnd ao»wern tc tbe napie of " Bhavo." Any _perw.u returui. g the raid Dog to WM. UsBOKHON _, at the Mauslfn House, will receive the above reward and no questions asked, dec 27—ilt Bast Pennsylvania Railroad Company. _VTOT_1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO THE L V Stockholders of this Company, that tbe annusl meetug and electiou tor President and eUbt Directors, will be held at the office of the Company, in _tt_.e'Cliy or Re»diBK, l_^_n r> U of J * uuitry 'lm _> between 12 M. aud jlec 27-3t3 WILLI4M M. HIK8TKR, Secretary. Wast Reading Railroad Company, \ Kkauino, Deo. 2tftb, 1862 / NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO THE Stockholders of this Comiany. ihm _ths anmul unatnKandanoleetionfor President aud six Wrect.irs. will take olace oa the «econd Moaday_, 12U_« of January ant, * _f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

j_§_F The Bullion Bank of Washington—a ahinplaster mill ol a year's »ge_, and a most im-_^ pudent misnotuer—failed oa the 23d ult., wiih flood* of its irredeemable _tuouey ia she hinds of the poor and through the army. Some of tile notes of this Bank were in circulation here. They were the _handsomest specimens of paper money ever printed, resembling some wkat in general uppearanoe the Uuited States Treasury Notes, aad this, doubtless, did a great deal to make them current. In these days of _uamrsal paper currency, the beat engraved note generally has the preference, just as the beat dressed man is _rectived with most favor, no matter what may be his _intrineio worth.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

In the Orphans' Court of Berks county, and State of Pennsylvania. fn ffl« Matter o/r _tlw Writ of Partition ur _vnlntUm o/*l/i_« Real _Eutate of Henry Oovely, lute of Hertford towntthi_/t, in. the County of Berks, deeeuxtd. And 11010 to wit: Decembtr 18th , iS<>2, \ T AN ORPHANS* COURT HELD AT KEADJ\_ INO, ia and for the County of Berks, present alt tbe _ludges ot said Court, on motion of Daniel _Ermentront. E8 .1- th« Court grant a rule on al_( (he heirs aBd legal representaHvestf Henry Cowl?, Ime or Hertford town»Bip, OerkB county, deceased, to be and appear at the next Or-Pbl_i?* '_^u f *•t0 _, be hald Bt _K e_^_inff. in and fur said County on the 5th day of March, A. D, 1888, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to accept or refuse to accept the Heal Estateto bid more or show cause why the same shall not be sold according to ' - . fiy order of the Court, '¦ dec27-6t] DANIEL HAHN. Clerk O. C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

^*- N THE TIMB MARK _JT HONEY.—Male and Fmnale Agents wanted la _^ every town in tbe State of _Peuuxylvanla, bi cmvaas _F S^?^8 -Ste Pheu»' K'eat work, the PICTORIAL HISM TORV of the WAR FOR THE UNION. It is just tbe work for the people, and will soouer or later _Und its way into every fansiiy. Two Koyal Octavo Volumes, 438 _Ptge* each, _MmballiRbad with orer 200 fint clan _Enurav ingx. rrice _»2,S0 por _viilnme. Fl tgT VOLUMK NOW liBAUV. Agents are meeting with extraordinary »ucce>_s. bold only by _sabacriptiun by _regulariy appointed •¦ Agents, who have tbe exclusive sale ia the territory J assigned them. For terms, &c.,<addre8s J. U WELLS, M 163 William street, New York. Publisher of Subscrlp- ._^ tion Books. Manufacturing Depot for Goods _jW suited to tbe times, and the sale* of Agent*. ^^^ J*uwtj9,l993-3t *^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

t@* Fiue at _Eaulvillb.—Last Friday night, a fire occurred in Amity township, which destroyed tha shedding belonging to the Earlville Hotel, kept by Mr. _Mahlou IlarboU. There van a parly at tbe hotel in- tha evening, whleh was kept up until uear midnight, and the n.e \r& dificovered _abont the _Ume tbe company were leaving for home. There were four horses Iu the sheds, but all were taken out safely excepting one, belonging to Mr. Snn.util Gnldin, which was considerably scorched. The hotel building wan saved from tha Names only by the exertions of the men present. Tbe property belongs to Mr. Samuel O. _Hteller. Tb_«bheJa w«fa _nudoubteJIy set 6a lire.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Tub _fuKUBBicKSBCHO Blunder.—The-Springfiold Republican (an Administration paper) prououucaa the recent bloody reverse '• one of the worst defeats of the whole war in many of ita B_^_peAia_. II pr6<ltices ho &UrM, bill _faitifil. luJignaiiou aad _discouraggoieut. Tbe universal feeling is that if our volunteers are to be thus, uselessly sacrificed and our strength wasted, no superiority of mon and moans oan ensure final buocega."

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

_m SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1S63. Hail ! brightest banner that floats on the gals, Flag of the country otwashington_, hail! Bed are thy stripes wltb the blood or the brave, Bright are thy stars as the sun on the wave; Wrapt ia tby folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on thee I _tST The Prick of single copies of the Qaztlti will hereafter he 5 cents. J^» The _ComccRicATioa of "K," Is unavoidably postponed till next week.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

teg" Suit fob Damaois.—The suit brought by Julia _Spearren, of Schuylkill Haven, against the Philadelphia aud Beading Bailroat Company, for damages, was tried in the Court of Common Pleaa of Scl-uylkill county last -week, aud a verdict reudered in favor of the Plaintiff for fifteen huudr_^d _dollafS. It &i>(^ar. Ib_^t la Febra_._ry, 1S59, Julia Spearren, a little ' girl five or »ix year» of age, was ran _«ver by a Passenger Locomotive, at or near tbe _crossing on the road to _Grsuooa, and three Angers of her right hand were cat off. Tbe evidence before the Court went to prove that the engineer, in _approaching the road, did not whistle, nor give aty warning of his _approach.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

_tOW A Minor Rkli;askd fuom Sekvice.—A case of luibeas corpus growl ug ont of tbe enlistment of a minor, \/ah board last _Tuesday morning before Judge Pearson, at _Ilarrlsbnr_^. The _palitionpr, _Kamael _Ureniior hadbeeain the service upwards of _sovon uionthM, aud pasted _unscatliad _ihrouuh tbe battle of Cadar Mouutgin, after whloU he appears to have taken French leave of the army, mr lug up at HariUburg. Upon _establishing to the satisfaction of the Judge, that at Ihe time of enlistment he was under eighteen years of age, Samuel was discharged, _UBd aj]otr«d |o je;Urn to his fr}ofldij _Ju _Porfca «^uuly,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Gen. Bdbnsipe's Arm?.—Mr. Brooks writes from Wuahington to the N. Y. Express that there will not be another forward movement of the Army of the Potomac this winter. If there be any movement at all, it will be a retrograde movement, for the purpose of allowing them to go into -wittier <juarie)-s uuafer to the city than thfeir present _aituatiua. It is very probable that Alexandria and around about will be the location.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Suit Against _Gbh. Simon Cambkojj.—Three of the i _elenccd police commissioners of Baltimore hape brought suit against Simon Cameron for illegal arre-al and imprisooroeui, the damage be ing 520,000 in each case; and also attached the proparly and _inierest of Mr. Cameron in the Northern Ceutral Railway Comnaay, to abide the result of said suit.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 3 January 1863

Hints op Mediation.—The Washington Re publican of Tuesday moruiug contained_^, significant article, intimating that foreign mediation is not far off, and hinting that in c»_ee it ia offi-re I, our government will not withhold Us oouseut to the measure. Persons differ as to whether there }» any truth in the story.

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