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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wasted _immediately, A STEADY BOY FROM THE TOWN OE o mntrj, to learn tbe 8_HOEMAKINQ. Hone need apply that has nut some knowledge of the boslness. Apply o J. LONO, Tblrd Street, Jaa 8-8t*J ' KM* door below Fenn, Bast ride.

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

Newspaper Union.--The Lancaster Union has been Hold to the proprietors of the Examiner $ llerald. and the two _pupers are to be consolidated. The Uninn was a well edited paper, and we shall miss it from our _cuStoiftkPy f>ile 6f _e&dtt&Bgei.

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

£_9»Aid for tre Benevolent 3ooi«ty.—The Magic Lantern Exhibition. Id tbe Odd Fallows ' Hall, on Thursday evening, n»der tha _dlrastioa of Mr. John H. Ba--Mfc-jriWMr-1—»_-_«Jui>«»nt of »bout *25. trhleh has been banded over to the Treasurer of tha Beadteg Benevolent Society. '

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

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

f)e_$r Tiiisp.E are some charming patriots in Dalton, Mass. They _uell lim uud bandages collected for Hae soldiers to the paptr pjftkors as _rftga,

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

Pflf- Thomas II. Hicks, ex-Governor of Maryland, hae been appointed U. S. Senator from that State, ia place of/_ames A. Pearoe, _aeoeaeed_,

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

JtOAXt _^AWTBft _IJROM _S200U !10 $3000. WELL SKI UIIED BV _JT aflmUlOTjgagB. Apply at deo37-J|l TJJISOUIC2.

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

SHERIFF'S SALES OF REAL ESTATE BY VIRTUE OF _SUNDKY WRITS OF LE-•cxtr'St J_^icti'n_, Vendiiioiti _Ejcpunua and fieri _JZzcitit/ _, issued out of the Uourt of Common Plena of. Berks _coauty, and to me dirouted, will be sold at - Public Vdndue or outcry : On Wednesday, the 1-kh day of January. A. D. 1S03, at 1 o'clock, P. M-, at the public house of David H Fink, i 11 the borough of Hamburg, Berks county, to wit: All that certnin _messnage, tenement and tract of landsiturtte in the t't-rounh of _Hamburg, iserkg county, bounded on ine North bv _Waghingtoa _otruut_, on the _fittnt.by _Watur sin oa the South by Pine street, and on the West by propert. of lionu _BeltemuaD; containing '£% acrec_, more or lens. MThti improvements thereon erected are a two story OWBLLINQ HOt'^« _aoM kitchen attached . Smoke H<.iu36, Bake Oven, _Baru and Wagon House, Tanning ilonse . Currier :-hop Bark Hou.se, 20 good Vats, and othdr uutbulSdiugKtugolh:' , ." with a kos.I _stiottm 01' water pausin...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. T)UPvSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORX PllAXS1 COURT of Berks county, will be sold ali'iiblie Yefldue, on Tuesday, (be _gpti) day of January, a, l>., 18ti3, on the _premises, the following described Seal Estate of Johu Bixler, deceased, to wit. A certain messuage, tenement and tractof land, situate In Robeson township, Berks county .aforesaid, bounded by _landn of Daniel Zerbe, Daniel Wagner, Joseph Dickinson and John Habn; coataining ISO acres, more or lens. The improvements are two two-Htory STONE HOUSES, with Springs of Water, two large Burns, two OMha.Fa' g , Jtd. Said property is suitable for two Farms, aud trill be so offered f _jr sale as well as In the whole, to suit purchasers. Late the property of John Bixler, deceased: * * Sale to commence at 1 o'clock In the afternoon, when due attendance will be given, and tbe terms of sale made known by DANIEL _BrTLBB, ) „„.„„. GEORGE KUKTZ_. jE " cutors _- By order or the Conrt.—Dasiei. Hahx, Clurk. December 2...

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

SHERIFF'a SALES OF REAL ESTATE. BY VIRTUE OF SUNPRY WRITS OF _LK VA.-H _Votdtu, _VitulilioKi _Masponiu, and Hurl _Fnalon, i_»uoloutof the Court of Common Pleas of berks county, aud to me directed, will be sold at public vendue or out-cry : On Monday, the _dth day of January, A. L>., 1_KG3, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at tbe public bouse of Absalom JJ_»heJnian, (Plough Tavern) iu Kobesou towusbij;, UerkH county, to wit: A certain messuage and tract of laud, situate in Carnarvon townnbip_, BerkK county, bounded Iiy lands of Mar_^ftt-el Wllaoli, Mil Hans, _Jkmoa _Robason and others; _containiug about 35 acres, be the name more or loss. Sold as the property of CYRUS R. IRWIN. O- Wednesday, the 7ih day of January, A. D., 18fl:s, ht 1 _u'c_'ock. P. M., at the public house of 11. H. Mandcrbauh, la tbe Borough of Womebsdorf, Berks county, to Hit; A _cvrcaia two _iftoiy FiiA.UK HuUSEand lot or piece of ground, _Bituito ou the vest side of Second street, in the borough of Woraolnduif_, ...

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

IMPORTANT FROM ARKANSAS. One of the Most Daring Raids of the War. GREAT MARCH OVER BOSTON MOUNTAIN THE REBELS SCATTERED LIKE AFF. Capture of Several Steamboats, One - Hundred Prisoners, &c. Fayrttbville, Ark., Dec. 29, 1802. One of the most difficult and daring raids of the war has just been made by a part of the Army of the Frontier. Saturday, Gen. Herron started with a portion of his cavalry and infantry for the other side of "the Boston _Monntains. Qen. Blunt left Cane Hill at the same time by another route. The columns, about 0,000 strdfig, Went in light marching order, with six days' cooked rations, and marohed 42 miles withont stopping. Gen. Herron took two batteries without caissons. The artillery and baggage wagons were drawn across the mountains by twelve horse teams. At daylight yesterday the ooramfvpde joined at Lee's oreek_, three miles south of the mountains, where the artillery and cavalry, numbering 2,000, started for Van Buren, leaving the, infantry...

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

_fft anUt ntt5 _Ufmnrcnl SATURDAY, _JANUARY 3, 4_S63 HkaVT Costract for Pork.—The heaviest contract for mess pork known since the war commenoed ««ra8 awarded last _Tf«k, The quantity required was 00.000 barrels, which were awarded at from $_f6 37_£ to $16. The _Draft C ompulsory.—John Wendl _^ of. Say der county. was drafted but refused to $o. lie _w»3 _takeii to _Harritiburg. where h« wa£ broug ht before Judge 1_'e. arsonon airrU of kabea* t.,rvus He claimed the benefit of the law which allows a man to pay a So* Judge _Pearaon overruled his claim. _j_^-Awoxaa named Margare t _Osmer, who eloped from _Hamburg. ( Penn.,) some monthe since with an army officer, _leaving a husband and two email children, has lately returned to that city- Ontte _cotaplAint of hep husband she _tras arrested and committed to jail on a charge of adultery, in default of $1,000 hail. a_^_rTuc _Edinbubqh Rbvikw, American edition, for October, contains el even articles, nearly all literary. One only...

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

Enormous Qorernment Frauds In New-York. _Surlr _t niUltn Dollars Stolen —One Thousand Persona Implicated. Since the first of November an investigation into the frauds which have been practiced upon the government since the commencement of the war has been in progress in the city of New-York. The special commissioner appointed to make the investigation is Mr. H. S. Oloott, who has _fceea provided wit .li interpreters, clerks and de teciives. The _reeulta of the inquiry show . that out of the sixteen hundred thousand dollars (1,600,000) which have been paid out in that city alone, from the special appropriation of $20,000,000 made for the recruiting, organizing and drilling of volunteers, nearly one-naif -has been paid on fraudulent accounts. - The inquiry has also developed the means by which these frauds have been accomplished, and •how that nearly one thousand persons have been engaged in them—not all of whom, however, are criminally implicated. About the 1st of September, 1SC1...

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

READING MARKET. _PutDAV, January 2,_1S63. WUe&t (prime wblta) {Buckwheat t'loarper per boshel $1 -15 100 _fta. 2 00 . Wheat, (prime rod) Pork f_( 100 &_*. _K 00 per bushel 1 !"¦: '< Beef (bind quarter) Kye du ' Oi per iOOpuuudsS_®.0 00 Corn (did) dt_» BU Be«f (foi'fl <_lUlirlf 1') Corn (new) do oft ; per 100 pounds 7@B 00 (lorn Maul do 60 _JHatna per pound 1» Oats dt> 47 jshoulilerti do T _Flaxseed do 1 So ! Flitch ' do 7 Cloverseed do 4 .10 (Dried Beef; do 13 Timothy aeed do 2 2.5 iTable Batter du - -1 Barley do . 70 _ILauip Batter do _VW _Potatong do 03 _Ifrirltin Butter do — Sweet Potatoes do 76 'i'allow do _OJi Salt do SO Lfird do s Salt per _Sttck 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 an J 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old five Whisker, family white) _^ bbl. 7 SO j per gallon 75 to 100 Wheat Flour (extra _Coiuuimu Whiskey, per _fam. white) fl 100 _fts 3 73 . j K_*Uon 27 to 81 Wheat Flour- (extra Flaxseed Oil $1 gallon SO family) per Barrel 6 30 'Eggs per doz...

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

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. TifrR-iiiAY, Jan. 1, 1S63. FLOUR AND CrRAIS.—There i; some _llttlo export demand for Flour, bnt generally at ;i _jirice _bnluw tbi* views of holders, aDd the only _ualea made _pnlilie are i.'» bblssnpernne at $8 12}_£; 700 _bbln Westeru extra at $6 50; 100 ibis Lancaster Couutv do. at >Js7; 1000 bblR Ohio family at t6 87>_4@7and 3J0 bbtegood do. at $7 25@7 59. _Thefeules to the trade are moderate with in iba above range of prices for superflae and extra*and $S@S AO _fy bbl for fancy brand*, a» in «in»lUjr, and tbe ncotpta and stocks on the Increase. Kye Fl-mr lit steady at _*. '>2_'_>, and Peoimylvania Corn Meal scarce and firm at *¦> 7_o |_t bbl. The teceipts ar« SSOO hbU Floor; 970.) bun Wheat, 7r >S0 !_iuf> Corn, and 8500 boa OatH. The Wheat market is Uriu. but inactive, and only some_4000@,"000 _^ bus good to prime Wen'ern and Pennoylvania reds found buyers at 117@l4Sc, iu store. White ranges at from m |o IS...

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

THB HOME J0UENAL FOR 1868. "CTTE HAVE MUCH PLEASURE IN INT V forming tbe public _tbat one of our contributors for the coming year, will be odr old friend _ahd colleague THEODORE S. FAY, We confess to uncommon pride and pleasure In this renewal of intercourse with tbe friend and intimnte of other days, and we look to be felicitated tor it, by the _established readers whu constitute the family of the Homb Journal. We have iu preparation, also, for the coming year, VERV THRlLUJia _BTORIE3. _Snmo of tbe ablest of living pens nre engaged for ua, la translating from tiie French and _German; and our own original narrative-writer* are anioD? the first. We are fortunate, also, in travellers goue abroad wbo are literary vontribxUors, and we are anticipating for our readers » most agreeable am-prise iu tee quality of these SKKTCI1E3 or TKAYK1.6 A.N0 ADYKSTURB_*, But tbe leature of oar Journal, wbicb we have not yet mentioned, la perhaps tbe _uiosi _rtcherelte of ail; Us prominence as THE E...

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

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Tbird, Philadelphia. _rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT I inducements, not only on account of reduced rateB of board, but from its central location to the avenues of trade_. Ha well as the _convenletaeei &ff6»d«d by thft several Passenger Railways running past and contiguous to It, by which guests van pass to and from the Hotel, should they be preferred to tbe regular Omnibus connected with the House. I am determined to devote my _T#iole attention to the comfort and convenience of my guests. t&- Terms, $1 US per day. DC. SIEGBIST, Proprietor, Formerly from £_agle Hotel, Lebanon, P_«. T. V. Rboadr. Glerk. [much IMt FRANK. B. FICHTHORN, No. *» East Penn Street, above Sixth, TTAS JUST OPENED, AND NOW READY I I for sale, a variety of the most desirable article* ia martlet, consisting iu part of the following, viz—{^SHAKER SWEET CORN. ~®fc -ALSONBW YORK PLUMS, • CANNED _OY8TBK3, DRIED PEARS, OYSTER CBACEBBS, COCOANU...

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

Gek. _Babks at New-Obmah8.—f he Banks Expedition arrived at. New-Orleans on the 14th uLt, and on the 16th Gen. Banks superseded Gen. Butler, taking command of the Department of tfl_« Gulf. Gen Bntler waa ordered to 'report immediately at Washington. The State of Te*&s h*_s been added nnder the new regune. On the 16th Gen. Banks _issned a general order, on nonncing the faot that he had assumed command, and also a proclamation to the people of the Southwest, promising, among other things, the •njovment of all the privileges which a beneficent government can confer consistent with pnblic safety. Gen. Butler delivered a parting address to the army, in which he congratulated them for having restored order and quiet in »he turbulent city of New Orleans, for having aided in feeding the famishing wives and children of their enemies, having checked pestilence and dis ease, and replen _i shed the public treasury with half a million of money. General Banks lost no time in commencin...

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

DAVID NEFF, No. 25 PENN (MARKET SQUARE) STREET, READING, IS NOW OPENING A LARGE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP _IUUDII1S9 _DM_3_S _§_WM _* Com prising to part LUPIN'S GOLD MEDAL FRENCH _XvXSRXNOXSS, In assorted select colors. " Paris Fancy all-wool Pe _Laines, . Highland Plaids , Plain and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Printed Repps, Figured and Plaid Valencias, Worsted _gatin Fancies , Muslin De Laines, Printed Parrantattas , Silk Warp Alpacca, Madonna Clothall-wool Scotch Plaids, Calicoes, Muslins, _Glnehams, CheckB, Flannels, Ticking. Cotton Flannels, Drillinga_, Colored Cambrics, paper Cambrics, goslerv _, Suspenders, _Glovea,SUif, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Patent Tbiead, Spool Cotton, SOLDIER'S SLEEPING CAPS, DRAWERS AND. SUIRTS, MILITAR Y B UCKSKIN QLO YES, VSIOS JACKETS, Also—200 SH AWIiS» of various brands and duality MEWS' _AlffD BOX'S' WEAR In great variety, just received—together with _unmeroua other Domestic and Foreign _33_XV._3_T G-OOIDS Too numerous to classify—a...

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

FRANK B. FICHTHORH, XVo. 42 Sast _7enn Street, above 6tb. South side* HAS NOW OPEN, AND FOR SALE, THE following desirable GROCERIES, viz; NEW CITRON, NSW CANDIED LEMON PEEL, NEW LAYER _BAIBINS, NEW BUNCH RAISINS, NEW SEEDLESS RAI9IS3. EXTRA MINCED MEAT, VALENCIA RAIt-INS, FRESH PEACHES. CRANBERRIES, FRESH PLUMS, FRESH QUINCES. QUINCE JELLY". FRESH TOMATOES, CDRRANT JELLY, FRESH PJBoBS_, QUINCE JAM, FRESH CHEBRISS. DRIED APPLES. • PEACH JAM, OBIBD PEACHES, PLUM JAM, DRIED CRERRIES, CURRANT JAM, DRIED BLACKBERRIES. DRIED ELDERBERRIES. DRIED STONED CHERRIES, ALMOND CRACKERS, DRIED COEN, O1SOKK NUTS. H0MINT, 4o_^ Ac. WINE BISCUITS. SODA BISCUITS. SWEET CIDER, FARINA CRACKERS, and PURE CIDER _VINEOA.R, FAMILY CRACKERS, COAL OIL, EXTRA FAMILY SOAP, PURE PEPPER, NO. 1 SALMON. PURE 9PICES, NEW MESS MACKEREL. PURE OLIVE OIL, Ko, i Mackerel, ' , NO. 2 MACKEREL, SCOTCH HERRING, RICH MILD CHEESE, R. MIDDLETON'S & CO'S., KOLLOCK & CO'8 BOHLER _tc WIEKEL'3 and OUafiNHEIM'S DAN...

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