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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

«_JBT GALLANT _OFFltflSltS KILLED Lieut. Colonel Pribii B. iTousi'm. of tha 77Hi Pennsylvania Volunteers, and Captaiu J. Bowman Bull, of Company D, isih U. 8. Infantry, both natives of Berks county, were among tbe killed in the late buttle of _Murfreesboro. They wore brave officer*-, in tbe very prime of life, and their loss will be deeply deplored. Lieut. Col. Hopsdm was a son of Mr. Ueorge L. Housnm, formerly of Alsace township, but now a resident of this city. On the breaking out of the war, ha was living at Chambersburg, Vb.., and entered the three months' service aa _Capiidn of tha Chitnharsharg Artillery. Oa the expiration or that campaign, be recrnited a Company for three years, which _rendezvoused at Pittsburgh, and was attach' ed to the 77th Pennsylvania Regiment. On the organization of tho _Kegirueut, ho was elected and commissioned its Lieutenant Colonel, and in tbat position, had been in active service over since. He was acting _CoIoneHof his Kegiment in tbe battle...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

List of Jurors for January Court,1863 COMMENCING MONDAY, JAN. 19. GRAND JURORS. 1 Ell wood Addamsmoulder. _Second Ward. Reading. 2 Thomas L. Addison machinist, Second Ward,Heading. 8 A.,,.,, S. _Booao, ...orcUant, UaW. 4 Jacob A. Blati, fsrmer, Centre. 6 Geo Cutler, moulder. Konrth-Ward, Reading. G Charles J. _CummenH_, surveyor. Bethel. 7 _Charlaa Grant, innkeeper, Rnckland. 8 Henry Halts, yeoman, Fifth-Ward, Reading. 9 Jacob Jones. yeoinan _.AI&rion. 10 William iflopp, tailor, Mai ion. 11 John Uiwig, farmer, _Kxetor. IS William Levan. tailor. Third-Ward, Reading. 13 Prank B. _Mas»_cr, innkeeper, Spring. 14 Daniel Mcl.Kne, farmer Amity. ]/i Hartley Potts, farmer, _Carnarvon. l(i Ezra Keed, yeoman, A'ouielsdorf. 17 Henry B Rhi.ftJp, farmer, Colebrookdale. _15 David Reicliort, millerliocklar.1. 10 John Scbmaer blacksmith. Bethel 20 H. S. Smew, _druggist, Third.Wari_, _Riadinj. 21 Isaac _O. Sie'ler. merchant. Amity. i>l David Stench. .IiiHice of the Peace, _Womels...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

THE SIEGE OP VICKSBURG REPULSE OF TIIE£EDERAL TROOPS GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN KILLED Hard Fighting and Heavy Losses. Helena, Jan. 2, via Cairo, Jan. 7. The battle is still raging at Vicksburg with no decisive results. Onr forces took the main battery and rifle pits of the enemy on Monday, but were afterwards repulsed. Five cAunon were taken and spiked, but they were afterwards lost. Gen. Morgan and Col. J. B. Wyman were killed. Col. Morgan L. Smith and _Capt. G._ffia were wounded, but not mortally. Both armies rested on Monday night after a hard-fought day. THE LATEST. A _T_^_ESPEttATE BATTLE THE REBELS R.EINFOKCED—GJJN. SIIEU3IAN DUIVEX BACK. Caibo, 111., Jan. 7.—We have one day's later intelligence from Vicksburg of a highly interesting and exciting character. ' The rebels have concentrated all their forces from Jackson and Grenada, and all along the line of road, amounting to Go,000 men, at Vicksburg. This overwhelming force attacked General Sherman on Monday, causing him ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

UNITED STATES SENATOR Tuesday next, is the time fixed by law for the election of a United States Senator by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. The Democratic Senatorn and Representatives held a preliminary Caucus on Wednesday evening, of which Senator _Cltmkk was Chairman, and appointed Monday evening next at half past 8 o'clock as the time for holding a formal caucus, to place in nomination a candidate for U. S. Senator on the Demooratic side. The attendance was full, and while individual preferences were entertained as to a choice among the several distinguished gentlemen who are named as candidates, there was bat one opinion as to the duty and necessity of casting a united vote for the nominee of the caucus, whoever he may be, and thus meeting the Wishes of the people, as expressed at the late State election, by the choice of a Democrat to succeed David Wilmot, wjio now misrepresents the sentiments of the people of Pennsylvania in the Senate of the United State§. From all t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

THE STATE _LEGISLATURE. The Legislature of Pennsylvania met on Tuesday last. The House organized at 12 o'clock,. M., by the election of Hon. John Cessna, Democrat, of Bedford, as Speaker, who received 54 votes. The Republicans (45) voted for Mr. John P. Vincent, of Erie. The _remainingofficers of the House were elected on Wednesday, as follows—all Democrats: Chief Clerk—Jacob Zikgler_, of Butler. Assistant Clerk—K. Milton Spbee, of Huntingdon. Sergeant-at-Arms—BENJAMIN F. KELLY, Of Philadelphia. Doorkeeper—Sebastian Libber, of Berks. Postmaster—A. J. Gerritson, of _Suequebanna. Messenger—James B. _Templin, of Northampton. The Senate, met at 3 o clock, P. M., and organized by electing the Hon. Geohge Y. Lawrence, (Republican) of Washington, as Speaker, who received 20 votes. The Democrats (13) voied for Hon, Hbhbt §> Mot?, of Pike county. The other officers of the Senate were then chosen, all Republicans. The following are the principal: Chief Clerk— Georoe W. Hamersly, of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

THE MESSAGE Governor Ottawa's Message is a short, concise business like paper. It. consists principally of a statement of the financial and military operations of the Commonwealth during the past year, and upon both points makes a satisfactory exhibit. The credit of the State has been honorably maintained, without increasing our burden of debt, or imposing additional _taxeB on the people; and the alacrity with which they have furnished their proportion of soldiers for the military service of the Union, and the cheerfulness with which they have assumed and borne all the responsibilities of the war, prove the strength of onr military resources, and reflect the highest credit upon the patriotism of our heloved _nlrl nnmmnn wpftlth. • The recommendations of tho Message are few, and relate exclusively to matters of A _pfaelieal nature, about which there can be little, if any, difference of opinion. What the Governor says against the charter of any new Banks, and the practice that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Public Sale of Beal Estate. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLrC SALE. _OST Saturday, the 31st of Jannary, 1SS3, on tbe premises, in Amity township, Berks county, all tbat curtain messuageteaemnntaud tract of landcontaining 25 acre*, more or less,2acres of which are meadow land with TAN M YAKD and Tao-honse and _?hop, a two-story STO.NK DWELLING HOUaK, with two tenant Hou»ob, one a two story brick, nearly r»-w, a Rood barn, two Apple Orchards, with all kind of FruitSprings and a neverfail in;,- stream running through the t-ame. This property (m beautifully located on (he Reading and Perifiomeu Tarnpike, about I mils went of _Doaglaaaville, in a healthy country, and within a few hundred yards of the Railroad, convenient to School, Mill, and places of public worship. Persons _wishing to _ptjrohase a desirable property, would do well to oall and _viaw this property, as it affords a rare opportunity to make a prontable_4nv«atment _bala to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, when du_« attenda...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

SHERIFF'S SALES OF REAL ESTATI BY VIRTUE OF SUNDRY WRITS OF LK VArl _Fiwlas, VtndUluni _Kvponne and _FUirt Ining t»«ne-l ont of the Court of Common _Pten* of _Barkx county, and to me directed, will be sold at public _vaadue or oatcry, to wit: On Thursday, the 22J day of January, A. D., _1S63. at 1 o'clock, P. H., at tbe public tonne or Joseph flanser, (Keystone) ia th» City of Rfladlng. Berks county, to wit: A certain two story BRICK HOUSE and lot of ground, _xitnite ou the _wwt _fl._lfl of South Seventh «tient lu>tweeii Pine _aitd liautel streets, is the Cjty <>( _HwHqV boandad on tbe North by property or Frederick fox , on the East'by _said Seventh street, on the South by property of John Si rank, and on tbe West by a 10 feet Alley; containing in front 19 feet 2 inches, nnd in depth 115 feet. Alyo— I _UOUSK and lot of gronnn, _Mtuate in Minor street, in the said City of ReH/tin_/bounded on the N_'._irth by property of John Tritt. ou the West by property ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

TO DELINQUENTS Thia is the last number of ihe _Uasetle Ifcat we shall be able to send to subscribers iu arreai 8, •who have not made return to the bills forwarded in their, papers. We shall regret to strike the names of any of them from our list, but it has become a stern business necessity that we dare mot disregard. So long as we are compelled to pay, in cash, the present exorbitant price for pa per, and the greatly enhanced prices for all printing materials, it is impossible for us to print the Gazelle and supply it on any other terms than cash in advance. We do not cut off a single subscriber, because we doubt his disposition or ability to pay us, or because we are unwilling to _gire him the customary credit, _iini, we are driTen to thia course, simply because we cannot continue the publication of our paper in any other way than on the cash system. Delinquents who may be disposed to complain against us, can easily satisfy themselves that a business requir ing a daily out...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

ORPHANS' COURT 8A&B. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORPHANS' COURT or Berks county, will be sold at publia _vendue _onTTHURSDAY, the 13th day or JANUARY, ISO:!, at tba late residence or Jacob _Deynher_, deceased, in Otey township. Berks county, and on the premises, the following Real Estate: No, 1. A messuage, tenement and tract of land, _iltnate in Oiey township, Berk* county, bounded by _Uuda of Daniel H. _Lcvan, Tract. No. 2, Samuel Mi Her, _Thoraiw P. Lee. and David _Berulot; containing S3 ACRES and 1_JM P_£RCUES, more or les_*. Tha improveiuenU are a double M two-story BBICK _DWELLING _ClOCHE, with a double Kitcheu attaolied, suitable for two _fauiiliea, a W»»h ilous_^Kiooke House, Blacksmith Shop, and ail other _neeeosary out _bttlldioijs. a lur_^e Stone 8 weiHer Kara, Waglftt _Sbfid, w|(h C_§rri»_ge Hoa-e, Corn _Orihood flranary ; i'ig Sty, &c. The House and Kara are covered with cedar shingles. There is running water on the premise* and a good well and pump ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, LOAM WANTED. T?R0M $5 000 TO $6,000. WELL SECURED J/ by a Brut Mortgage on a SPLENDID FARM. Apply at Jan 10-8i*J THIS OFFICE. Berks County Agricultural Society. _' I_1HE ANNUAL MEETING UF THK BERKS JL County Agricultural and Horticultural Society will b« held lit tbe Court House, in _Reading, on Tuesday afternoon. January 27th, 1803, at 1 o'clock—an election for officers will be held. Th» _Kxpcuiivu Committee will meet at Housnm' * Hotel, at ll o'clock in the roreuoon of tbe same day Punctual attendance U V«_qii<Ueil. By order of the President. Jan 10-3t] LEWIS BHINEK, Recording Secretary. NOTICE. A _LL PERSONS IN DEBTKL» TO THE LATE xV Pr ' CM Hen E Hoffmanfor professional services or OlliBrwlne_, are _requentnu to call on (be _UBdorniKuoa and bottle their accounts »t their _eirlient convenience. As the Executor is required to file an account soon, it Ik important that tbe accounts be closed its noon as possible. All persons having legal claims will _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

The Siege of _Yjckssprg,—The report which roached us a few Jays ago, from a rebel source, of the capture of Vicksburg by General Sherman, proves to have been incorrect. The latest and most authentic news is unfavorable. After hard fighting, during which the rebels were largely reinforced, Gen. Sherman was obliged to fall back, and if there Is any truth io an _official dispatch to the rebel Secretary of War, which appeared in the Richmond papers of Monday last, he has ab&&d. oned the attack on Vicksburg. jj_^B" Hon. James . Bayard was yesterday re-elected by the Legislature of Delaware to the United States Senate. The Tote stood: for Bayard 19 ; for E. G. Bradford 10. . —•••?» _fg?* Amount of Coal transported on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, daring the week ending Thursday, January 8, 1863. Tods. Owl. From Port Cavbon, • ... 9,476 00 " Pottsville, , - - 20H 08 " Scbnylkill Haven, - • 12,277 11 " Auburn, 175 0) " Port Clinton, .... 241» 19 " _Harrisbnrg_, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Loss of thk Monitor.—An official disputed from Admiral Lee says that the Monitor foundered at sea on Tuesday night, 80th ult., when a short distance south of Cape Hatteras. The weather was squally, and the vessel sprung a leak and went down. The steamer Rhode Island saved a number of her crew, but several officers and men are missing, and supposed to be drowned. As the pioneer of a revolution in naval architecture, the Monitor had won for herself a place on the deathless page of history, and will long be remembered with pride by Americans as a •ignal instance of our enterprise and original ingenuity. But the Monitor was never a good sea-going vessel, having been designed for use ia the rivers and bays of the coast. On her first voyage from New York to the capes of the Chesapeake, she came near being lost from the sea extinguishing her fires, and preventing the ventilation of the vessel. This is the principal defect in these peculiar craft, and although it ia said to have bee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_jgp _r NOW _W THE TIMJS TO MAKE AT MONEY.—Male ind _Pemale AgenU wanted ia _^rttvtry town in tbe State of 1_'_ouoKylvaiilH, to _eubvumt V for Mrs. htepbens1 great work, tbe PICTORIAL BIS' TORY of tbe WaB FOH TUK UNION. It I* Just tbe f work for the people, and will sooner or later find IU way into _uvety family. Two Royal Octavo Volume/). 4»6 pages each. _Kmbellished with over 200 flr*t clam _Kngrav _»gs, Price _fi,!>0 per volnme FI l£T VOLUME MOW liKADY. _Ageat* are meeting with extraordinary _incce**. Sold only by subscription by regular y appointed • Agents, who bave the exoin«iv_« sale lu I be territory J a«><iKned them. For terms, tic, address J. U. WELLS, M 16. -) William street, Now York. HublUher of Subscrip-_^ t\oa _liooks. Manufacturing Depot for Good* _^W tfttited to the _timwH, _nnd tho H»l««of _AkboU. _^ ^^^ _Jtnanry _MSB3-3| _^ East Fennaylvaula Railroad Company. NOTICE IS UKltEDY GIVEN . TO THE Stockholders or ibU Company, that tbe annna) meeti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

teg* The 104th Penna. Keqiment.— This Regiment, to which one Berks county company 18 attached, embarked on tha V. 8. Transport ship .Wm. _Woudaide at Gloucester Point, ou the 29th of December, provided with ten days' rations, to proceed to sea. Gen, Nagleehad sealed orders and was not to open them nntil be had gone 20 miles beyond Cape Henry, and of course their destination was entirely m known to them. The Wm. _Woodeida sailed from Fortress Monroe on Tuesday tbe 3Ut. Col. Davii, (who was at home on furlough) arrived at Fortress Monroe on Wednesday morning, in time tojoin Col. Dodge, ofthe52dP. V., who was embarked on a steamer and wonld easily overtake tbe Wm. _Woodxide. It is supposed thoy We _gona to WelJdu, N. C., but thll Is tn«re conjecture. Tbe whole division, under General Naglee, consisting of twelve _Keglments, were included in tha expedition. The William _WooduMe, upon which tbe l«4th is transported , Is a very large sailing vesselaud is addition to the u03offi. c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

LIST OF COLORS: Black, " ¦ _/i """ FA§_P" \ Salmon, Dark Brown, /_& / _^ ^^^S _8cariet * Snuff Browni\(_&/ J| \^| Dark Drab, Light _totfwn , _\ _y[\ 10 0Sjj W Mght _Dt%b, UtphS&lue, ¦¦ U _\ / j\ \A Yellow, _Iti_/il Mue, _\-4rWftwL Vht Yelloie, •&a*_£,</reen, _BBuMek i Orange, litfjpit _Greeii _^ | _HBOfl_^ Magenta* fink, ¦BhLB_^hA Solferino, Purple , JBx_*Sl »3&- French Blue. Slate, _MUSSS_^_Smt _R§ya _* -ftrplf _f Crimson, _^BSS_^ S^^ Violet. FAMILY DYE COLORS, FOR DYIN* 8ILK, WOOLEN AND MIXED GoodB, Shawls, Scar ft, _Dreiwe. Ribbon*. Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, KeHthers, K'.d Gloves, _Ohlldrea'_s Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast colors. A Saving of 80 -per cent. These Dyea are mixed in Ihe form of powder* eoneen_* tratedare thoroughly tented, aud pat np in neat package*. For twenty-live _oentnyou can color aamaay good»»_s would otherwise oust flv_« times tbat ibid, Tbs vruim _ittimplt, aid any onu can uee _tb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

€_iU _Awaits !<_> ¦* Thb Union _Praybb Mbetinu will be Iield to-morro .w (SUBday) afternoon, in tbe First _Preebyteilan Church, South Fifth street, at 3 o'clock. The public aie respectfully invited to attend. . <¦« * t&_~ Rkv. Auel C. Thomas, of PhiladelpUia, will preacli in the UaiverKatnt Church of this elty, nest Sunday (to-morrow) morning and evening, at the usual hours. nw I6F* _SuBrmsB Visit.— Oa Thursday evening last, Jauuary Stb, members of the Baptist Cburch and congregation of tills city, p*id a surprise visit to the Pastor's house, replenishing wardrobe, pantry, aud purse, Wi\h their accustomed and pralsa-wortby thougbtfulness and liberality. t@r » The Stamp Duty on _Sheriff's Deeds, 4c.—The _Cotntnifsioner of Internal Revenue, in » letter to A. V. TnttoO, Ktsq., Assessor or Ibis District, decides that Sheriff's Deeds aud bonds given by Uuardians and other* for the performance of auy duty, are subject to tbe stamp tax. By Act of Congress...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Valuable Farm at Public Sale. r _pHE SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC L Sale, on Thursday, January 22d, 1863, at the public honii of Joseph Gunner. (Keyatone) la tha City or Holding: All that valuable FARM, lu Union township, Berks county, adjoining tbe village of Mount Airybounded by lands of Klias Kerlin, Herman _Uinstaad. and K. & O. Brooke, and containing ISO acres. Said Farm consists of Arable. Meadow and about 8 acres or fine SPROUT LAND, the arable land beinir in a high Mate of cultivation, laid ont (n convenient fields, with good fences. The buildings are * large n««v twoMory STONE DWELLING HOUcK M wttb alt the convenient out-l._uiliUiiK,,; _» Urge dottbledecker Stone Swiss Barn, with Wagon shed. Hay House and other out buildings and it fonut_«ln of running water in the barn yard. On the «ameWarm is a good Tenant _House and Bam, with stream of running water convenient. The Farm is in a. thickly settled and _Intelligent neighborhood, with Schools and Churches of vari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

NEW GAS LIGHT! TBS OLSG-WATBB. CIAS. Patented by Prof. L L Hill, June 17,1862. npnisoAs has BEENTfioROuaiiLr test-L ed by men of Science, end Its merits have atood the greatest scrutiny. It can be manufactured for 50 Cents per 1000 Cubic Feet It Is perfectly froo front offensive smell, uot liable to explosion_, and will uot condense In auy _temaerature or climate, "_^ It has a body superior to the bast Coal Gas, and give* a much more brilliant Unlit. We are now prepared to offer the Petroleum Gae Apparatus to tbe publio, which rn«*t eventually take the place of all other UdHasowin_^r to the _cbonpnasK wl'a which It can be made, its brilliancy of lih-ht, itn perfect blinpllctty and Its adaptability In all case* where _goud light i( required. For priVHied _woDIoim iu city or ci.nntry, 8tore», Chnrobe_*. Hotel*, Theatres, _Victories, l_'ublic _Oardons, &c, *o _^ and can easily _bu _adapted to Gas Works now in operation, at very little expense. We will dispose of BIGHTS forclt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

CAPTURE OF MURFREESBORO We present to-day the omcial announcement of the triumph of General Rosecrans in the capture of _Marfreesboro, and the retreat of the whole rebel army. It appears from the dispatches that the whole of last week was one confirm ous battle, with brief intervals for rest and" recuperation, and that, despite the numbers and ferocity of the rebels, and the great ability of their ' Generals, our brave army never relaxed their efforts, but fought on, recovering all the ground they lost, and finally achieving a signal victory by the force of that indomitable courage which peculiarly characterizes the soldiers of the republic. This great struggle reflects imperishable lustre upon our arms, and will nerve tho hearts of our soldiers everywhere to new exertinnfi-

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