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

ASSZaiVBBS' _OAJX Of tbe Real Estate of Charles Aulenbach. ON SATURDAY, THE 10th OF JANUARY, 1_SB3, at 1 o'clock. P M.will Imnifuie'l at Public t-u\a, at the public house of Jacob _Kuhniucaur, In Ktinding, _BacUu <>6ttbty, hf the dddAi'Algota _AwrfirfnseB <»f _flhifley Anlenbacb and wife, tbs following described heal Salute, situate In the city of heading aud _Alnaua township, Bern county, to wit: . No. 1. A VALUABLE 1_SUILDINO LOT, located on the East side of the Reading and Perkiomeu Turnpike, adjoining the Cottage property of the Kev. William A. Good, containing In front on said tnrnpikn 8u feet, and tn depih 300 feet—^e entire lp(,conta(as 95 perches. Ou this lot are a number or choice Fruit Trees and a grapery in Una Wring condition. No. 2. A LOT of _Q ROUND immediately iu the roar of the above, containing IUj perches, bounded by property of William A. (iood on tbe North, on the Eaat by property of William _(_Veiiner,and on the West by lot No. I. This...

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

SANO COFFEE rpHIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELV I nsed iu this aud other _countries and Is highly approved for its Flue liMavni', Healthful and Nutritious. k dualities. This Coflee compares, favorably with, aud Is by many preferred to Rio and Java, and is Sold at about Half the Pi-le_*. It la ground and put up In Tin Foil In paper In 1 pound packages, with labels that read—"nKXX.Bg* In (he center _j_£l Observe t.«Ul of which In a /sS*_W particularly, cut of a lady ti twffiljj|ggi| "' _putttwi are holding a coffua ^* ^^_ffipf§|f i _mttl ng np an pot. The labels »||I JlfBfl ' W'rtorarticle are red, green, ._^l_^i Jj_^^, to resemble tha and blue, and _^_ag /r _M _SIH_^B O_^nuine 8AK0 . _^ _SSSBaimm/_flj B _Sa_** _ts near as tb_« sano _curms. " It U packed in white wood boxes of SO pounds each; alsa In bnlk, In kegs and barrels. Also on hand, Miles' Old Government, Java.Maracaibo, St Donllngo, Rio and RyeiCoffeoB, Of _enperlur mualtty, in Tin Foil paper* and boxes; similar to _8a...

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

DIED. Oa the 31»t nliIn lb!» city, LiLV IU, Jaurfnlsi' or Walter and Rachel _Kossell, aged i mouthuand 2i daya Ou the 28th ult., in Bern, of typhoid _fnver_, Sarah, wife of Isaac Alwer, aged 37 year*, 7 _moulba »nd 10 days. On the 26ih ult., in Hamburg, Samuel Woi.lisox_, aged about 60 years. On the 29th of Noveinber_.in Union _township. Hiram, aged 10 years, 8 mouths aud 23 days -—On tbe loth December, KM.A PityDBHCS. aged _i yearB, 9 mou tU and S3 _das«. (In tbe 2Jili December, Ida Vih_.iinia, a.«ed9 years knd '2 _moutlw _Ou the 27th _December, _Johs, aged about 7 yearn; children of John and Mary Thomas Oq the 24th alt.,in Hamburg, t-AUUKi. Kibtlek, aged 46 year«. On the 24th nit , in Boyerstnwn, Susanna, widow ef An<lre _* JiUavRr, aged 76 yearb, t months and 22 days. _Oti the -,'J,i ult . iu _tU'.ti c:;y. by an accident on iha rallvaxi. _Kkdum Ekim. of WniuerHvllit), aged Jl _yosrs_, 7 moo'ha'and lltiUyn. On tbe 2._itl nit , ia EXftor,' S_^KAU _8UBAMNA. _dftUKbter Of _W...

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

The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps Camp _sbae Bills Plaih, Dec. 26,1862. To the Editor of the Reading Gazette _# Democrat: Sir:—The following is an order issued by Major General _GboboB G. _Meade, on taking leave of the Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps, December 25th, 1862, to lake command of the 5th Army Corps, under Major General Hooker : nut _QDAKMB8. 3D _DlTISIOXt 1ST ABUT Coftfi, ) December 25th, 1802. t Gbheral Order, No. 101. Tn accordance with Special Order No. 310, which was issued to the different Regiments belonging to the Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps, which separates the commanding General from the Division, he takes occasion to express to the officers and men, that notwithstanding bis just pride at being promoted to a higher- command, he experiences a deep feeling of regret at parting from them, with whom he has been so long associated, and to whose services he here ftBkuQfflttdges bi« indebtedness for whatever of reputation he may have acquired. . The C...

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

FARM FOR SALE. _rpHE SUBSCRIBERS OFFER AT PRIVATE X SALE, their farm, _cituate in _Kobeson township, Berks oouuty_, about 9 miles south of Reading, and 4 miles west of BirdHboro'containing about 100 acresof which about 74 acres is farm landnnder good cultivation and good fences, about 6 acres of meadow, tne remainder wood and uproot laud. The improvements are a large new two-story R_^_ttSTONE DWELLING HOUSE, containing S rooms and _IjjjB kitchen, a Stoue Swiss barn, with cider press and K,m house attached, a new two-story _stoue wagou-honse sod corn crib, frame shop, frame hog stable; all the buildl>.g,< Under l'ddfd _u»!_irlj new. A ftrul _oUhs ORCHAKD of choice fruit, a pump near the door and two spriugs not far distant, both of excellent and never-falling water. A public road passes throngh tbe middle of said farm, It being convenient to Mills. Churches, Schools, <&c. A good title will be given and terms made easy. For further particulars, sae eithe...

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

BUY YOUR GOODS B. DISSLER'S CHEAP DRY GOODS & GROCERY STORE, No. 48 West Venn Street, _Keadlnff. August 16 * * _BEBDXOAL SLBCSRXC XT7. "OOR THE BENEFIT OF PERSONS 8IMIX? larly afflicted, I take pleasure in stating that on the 4th day of November lost., having tben been confined to my room daring a whole month, and to my bed abont one week, by acute Bheumatlsm In my left le*; and having _beenAlurlng all that timennder the most active and judicious medical treatmentunder which, neverthelessI constantly grew worse; I called ia Mr. Charles Lancaster, Medical Electrician, whowith no other medicine than Electricity, In five days, restored to me tbe perfect tue or my leg. so that I have been, all the time since, out attending to my business. HERMAN SIEMON, Peun Street, above Second. ReadingNov. 29,1862. Tbe subscriber is prepared to exhibit the most convincing evidence of the efficacy of electricity, in nearly all disorders; which will prove also, that, in all cases where thi...

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

KEI»OKTJ£D ' ltAll> INTO MARYLAND. (^ l_'_UILADHLPIIIA_, DCC. 31. The Washingfrtu _Chicle h;_w a special dispaieh from Froiii_'-Hci:, Maryland, which is as follows : General J. B. B. S.ijarf crossed the . Potomac river att.be 1'oint of Hocks _iiust night, (_Tuefday) with 1.500 rebel cavalry ' nu<i u _biUiery of flying artillery, and id now iu the Slate of. Maryland. He is believed to be moving upon Frederick with the intention of destroying the bridge over the Monocacy river. Plans are oompleted for tli« capture of the whole rebel force. It is raining heavily, and it ia _hopsd that (he rim will rise so aa to prevent the escape of the invaders. Washington, December III. This afternoon' s Star save: There is no truth in the current story that Stuart's cavalry have crossed the Potomao into Maryland, telegraphed here last evening. The rumor grew out of the faut that niglit before last tea or twelve rebel guerillas crossed from Ball's Bluff over to Harrison' s Island, p...

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

A Terrible Battle Near Murfreesboro The Regulars and Anderson Troop Lose Severely * . * The Rebel ._Ctonerals Cheatham and Rains Silled. Near Mubf&bbsbobc>', December 81. The whole hue has suffered terribly this morn ing. in the battle with the-rebels. Four regiments of Regulars lost half their meu and all their commanding officers. The Anderson Troop (of Philadelphia,) also suffered severely. ~ Majors _Roser.gwten «ni Ward were killed. _Ceiier&ls St&n.ey, _Roseau and Palmer were wounded. Latcb.—2 o_'cl'jok, P. M.—General Thomas breaks tlie rebel centre aud drives-the enemy a mile. We advance the whole line. General iloseerans _persocally superintends the movements.. One shot killed two pf his staff. The 15th Wisconsin loses seven captains. General Negley_'_s artillery is still mowing down the Rebels in the centre. General Crittenden's left wing has taken the rebel entrenchments at. Murfreesboro'. The Rebel Generals, Cheat ham and Rains were kill...

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

PISTOLS! PISTOLS!! SH ARP'S CELEBRATED CARTRIDGE PIStoli. Also, Revolvers, Gang and Bifle«» for ude oietp, _^ept.aO] QKO. LSKCH * _OO. WASBING- MADE EAST. PATENT GALVANIZED IRON-FRAME Clothes Wringers, warranted to give satisfaction or we will refund the money. Call and see them, at dm. 20—3_t] 0BO. _LERCH & CO'S. _OOAP OF ALL GRADES, FROM 6_J TO 12 qagg""'''' B._DISBT._Bl_._g. _170R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200- WHITE _C Granite Tea Setts of the newest style. _T_70R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 800 GRANITE Jj Dinner Setts of the newest style. F_3R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 1000 SETS Common Teaware. T?0R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LARGtj est assortment of Liverpool Wars ever offered 1b BeWug. • F)R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A LARGE assortment of Pittsburgh, Boston and French Glassware of every description. T_?0R SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE CHOICJ0 e»t variety of Bar and Hotel Glass, China _andQoeeu ware furniture ever offered 1b Beading-XTOR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 60 BABRILB •tsssr ***_"***_&...

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

EDWARD EVERETT'S REPLY TO AN ENGLISH LORD. BT rOKTICAL rPMP. What have we in America? We've wonders great and grand ! We have tbe essence of tbe Earlb, The Cream of every laud. Our mountains are _magulficeut, Our rivers are immense: And each uirb has a kingly style_. If not a _klug'a expeasa. Our ships are knowu to all _tha world, The farms cannot be beat < Our Cities full of luxury_. Are famous for the neat. • We've orators and authors too, With Intellects of force! _Ws'_vs railroads mattered everywhere And oa_« Proftssor Morse. Our Girls have beanty, wit and grace They're charming, sweet and tall! Bat then the greatest thing we have _. Is known as famed OAK HALL. WHERE the Fall and Winter Stock of Firslelass CLOTHIHQ la now ready In extra abundance and greatest variety. All the new style OVERCOATS, Sacks, Business Coate. Peg-top Pants, &d., are telling at prices so low that everybody will bnv and be satisfied. WANAMAKBR & BR ' OWN, (Oak Hall.) S. S. Corn...

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

628 HTJTCHFiNSON'S 628 BOO? SKIRT SUPPORTER. PATENTED BV HOPKINS, AND MANUFACtured only at the _Philadelphia Hoop Skirt Manufactory, 628 Arch street, and for sale Wholesale and Retail. It _Huuttld vlfc|m (be attention of every lady, and need only be seen to be appreciated, if ours worn iu connection with any Hoop Skirt, it will uot be dispensed witb. ECOOP JSUSXXl'X'SI In great variety for LadieB, Misses and Children, constantly on band and made to order, Qualities and Prims of which should claim the especial attention of ooth dealers and consumers. *_&* TERMS CASH. _HOPKINS due 27-3mo] 628 Arch Street, Philadelphia. DR. D. LLEWELLYN BEAVER, United States Pension Surgeon. ¦{_EXAMINATIONS Of INVALID PENSIONPi BBS and. applicant for _Peniions _t from any State, and oi both the Army and Navy, made at the corner or Fifth *n<l Walnut street, Reading, 49"Office hours—from 12 to 2 1>. M. Dec. 20-3mo.l WATCHES, GOLD AND SILVER, clocks and jewelry: £> ileua...

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

A PROCLAMATION. Wil EREAS, THE HON. W. J. WOODWARD, EsquirePresident of the Conr| 61 Common Pleas In the twenty-third district, _consisting of tbe county ot Berksiu PennsylvaniaDavid Schall and _Gborqk D. StitzeIi. _Esquiren, Justices of the Courts of _Oyer and ¥_«rminerQuarter Sessions, and General Jail Delivery, for tb _^ trial of all capital and other offender*, ia the Raid county of Berksby their precept to roe directed, tested at Keadinp, the 3rd day of November, A. !>., 1662, have ordered a. Court of Common Pleas, Geueral Quarter Sessions, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliverytorbe held at Reading, ou tbe tbird Monday in January next, (which will be the _lfiu day of said moutb,) to continUu tly'ae _Weekt; NOTICE, therefore, is hereby given to the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Reading, the Coroner, the Justices of the _Pqace_, and the Constable* of the said county of Berks, that they are by the said _precent commanded to be there at 10 o'clock iu tbe forenoon...

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

TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT _SBIiTgBR APERIENT. THIS VALUABLE " AND ' POPULAR MEDIcine has universally received the most favorable re commendations of the Medical _PaoFRSsiojf and the Pcblic, as the most Efficient and Aukebablb SALINE APERIENT. It maybe nsed with the best effect In Bilious and Febrile Diseases, _Coativeneas, Sick Headache, _Wauuea, Loss ot Appetite, Indigestion, Aridity- of th« Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Affections, Gravel, Piles, and all oomplalnte WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PURGATIVE I S REQUIRED. It Is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Residents or Hot ClimatekPersons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Vessel* and Planters will Hud It a valuable addition to their Mediclue _Chesta. _„ It is la the form of a powder, carefully put op in bottle*, to keep In any climate, and merely requires water ponred upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials fro...

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

• ORPHANS' _cptTHT sale: -r>j£_TRSDANT TO AN ORDER OP THE OIl-X/' .PHAH8' COURT of Berks county, will be sold at pulllie vendiie, on Saturday, the 24th day of January, A. 1)., 1863, at the public bnnse of Ilenry Baruhart, in the village of Pricetown, _Kq_^ombmanor township, Berks county, the following described Keal Estate, viz: Mo. 1.—All that messuage, tenement and tract of land, ¦situate in Baid _toWiifchlp of .UlUOoihbutilnOl', bOUIldflH by lands of tbe late Thomas Dumm, _landnof late Daniel Ely, lands a' late John Olinger, and by other lands of late Thomas Dumm, deceased; containing 23 acret and 11 per-Mchpp. The improvements arealarge two-story STONK DWELLING HOUSK, (lately bniJt) aod a convenient Log Barn with Stable. The tract is all arable and in good cultivation. So. 2.—A Tract of Laud, alno _sitnate in said _BuBCQin u manor towui-hip, bounded by tbe Public Koad leading from _KeadiBft to Walnuttown. bv lands of Samnel Noll, Daniel _OottsnitU. and by lands belongin...

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

READING SAVINGS BANK: INCORPORATED MAY 11, 1855. CAPITAL, _$a0t000_i Banking House, £a»t Marld Square, North Side, _Reading, Pa. _SkEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TEN CENTS * to Ten Thousand Dollars. Money is received on det from S A. M. to 3 P. M.; and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Interest will be allowed at the rate of Five per cent, per au.mm, ou 411 _eUiiia PelB&iBlng 69 deposit, (Of 0_D8 year of moro. . • ;^_j •' On _snmR remaining less than a year, Interest will be allowed at the rate of Four per cent, per annum. *S- All the assets of the Bank and the individual property of tin stockholders, are liable for the payment of Deposits. Penons who have money to deposit, are Invited to call at the Bunking Howie for furll.el' _lufuruwtlon. _, DIRECTORS. _DATtr> TOOBB, _OltlBOB SsTDB_*, Miosabl _GaoBua, Conrad Rebbr, bASIRL B. LotUH, _COSBAB V. _BkIDLBB. A. F._^_OAB. President— A. F. BOAS. (7_;i*Mjh~ADAM LEIZS, _fdeo 27-Ojr

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

WAR NEWS FROM THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND CAPTURE OF MURPRBESBORO. The Rebels Retreat to Tullahoma LoriBYiM.E, Jan. 1. General _Roseorans captured Murfreesboro on Tuesday morning, and now occupies it, the rebels retreating to Tullahoma The rebels made but little resistance, though Qen. _Koaecraus lost the train of wagons following him, which was captured by the _f«bel _Odlaiwl Morgan, of Tennessee. The startling _reports which reached here about midnight, aud cau_^d considerable commotion throughout lbs city, of the approach of Forrest from the _direction of SnU river, with a large body of cavalry, are entirely false.

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

TIIE WAB IN THE SOUTH-WEST Reported Capture of SB0ZViUe ( , LnntsviLLR,_December 29. The Postmaster of Richmond, Ky., says Col. Carter, commanding a brigade, has captured Kuoxville_, Tennessee, and destroyed four bridges and a large portion of the railroad track between Knoxville and Danridge., Chicago. December 29. A special dispatch from Cairo says the reports that General Grant has fallen back to the north aide of the _Talltthalohie are cotifirmed. The main body of the army arrived tit Holly Springs several days ago.

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

OFFICIAL REPORT OF GEKEBAi CUfiTIS Hbadqdastbbs, St. Louis, Deo. 29, 18G2. To Major General Haubok, General m _Ohitf: The Army of the Frontier, under Generate Blunt and Herron, moved over Boston Mountain on Saturday, and _advanced without battery te Van Buren, drove the enemy across riie Arkauuas, killed'and wounded a few, took three steamboats, camp equipments, and 100 prisoners. Tue march of 45 miles, with arms of _servioe, over the mountains and through the deep mud of the valley, was _sr most- arduous and g»_U»nt affair. S. R. Curtis, Major General.

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

Rebel Baid on Dumfries and Occoquan. The most stirring as well as the most reoent news from the Army of the Potoraao is the dashing attack of Stuart's rebel cavalry and artillery in front of Dumfries on Saturday. The place was held by the Fiuh, Seventh and Sixty-sixth Ohio Volunteers, with a section of a battery. Being worsted at this point, after a brief contest, they pushed'" on to Occoquan, where they met Colonel Candy's command, and had another brush with them.- Considerable loss occurred on both sides, and the enemy .again .mad* tot Anandale, by way of Bull run and Wolf run, and thence towards _Viruna, which plane they passed through at midnight. Meatitime General Geary hastened to intercept, them, ami oamo up witti thorn between _iMnitrios un>'l Wolf run, chasing them _simtfiward_* » They seiztrt the lelfgraph olHiu! at Burke'_n 9tuti<»i and burned the bridge at, Aeo'iuk. The enemy do not _ttppeur to have gained anyihiug by _tliis bold raid except- ft few M...

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

MARRIED In this city, on the 31st alt., by Rev. Alex. G. Cummins, William B. MoIlvaix to Emii.7 Reeu Smith, daughter of E. D. Smith, Esq. * both of thl» city. * Od the 14th December, IS62, by Kev. A. S. Lelnb&ch_, Mr. Mastis Kindt, to Miss _Sallie Smith, both of this city. * On the 4th nit, by ltev. A. I<- Herman. Mr Hrhby H. Mili.eh, of Cumru, to Miss _Mauy K. _OitBHABr, of Brecknock. * Ou the mime dayby ibe same. Me _EttAS BeBVHBTSEL, of 6hosmakersville_, to MIssTubklla Mikkbkt, of Leeaport. On tbe 6ih alt., by the same, Mr. David E. _BosLtn. to Miss E1.1XABBTH &OTKUUIRL, both, of Puny. *

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