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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

« Tin »n_R gabs."—After this week, we shall strike from onr list the names of all subscribers who have neglected or refused to pay the bills that were sent to them some weeks ago. We regret to pursue this course, and shall berelactaat to discontinue the paper of any subscriber; but necessity drives us to it. While we are compelled to pay the cash for every thing that is required to carry on our business, and to pay 18 to 20 cents a pound for the paper that not a year ago -we bought on the usual credit at 8 to 10 cents ; our friends ought to understand that it is out of our power to * print any more papers than ere paid for, punctually, iu advance.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

Gen. Cameron m a New Character A Washington dispatch to the N, Y. Tribune _sajs that. Gen. Cameron will soon resign his office of Minister to St. Petersburg. A promiEe made to Cassius M. Clay, immediately after his return from Russia, will be redeemed by accrediting him anew to the Court of the Czar. The same pape_* also states that Gen. Cameron has offered to the War Department to lead a Brigade of Negroes into the heart of the Rebellion. ' It would be a i are sight to see the General al the head of an Army like that! We hope the War Department will gratify his patriotic impulse.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

j fj&r Thb CoNTiMBMTAfc _Moat'fl t_*, lor "February, contains several political articles from the Hon. Robert J. Walker and Hon. Frederic P. Stauton. Among its best literary papers are u How they Jested in the Good Old TimQ," by Charles G. Leland, and " A Trip to Antiotam," by Charles W. Loriug. The Editor's Table is short but racy. The Continental is now edited with great ability, aad appears to bare established itself as a paying enterprise. New-York: John F. Trow, 50 Greene street, publisher for the proprietors.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

S_6_?" Removal —Mrs Louis* P. Sallade has r« moved her Millinery and Trimming Store to tbe sew building, No. 74 East Penn Street, South Hide, formerly occupied by _Josiah Hearing, which has beeu handsomely fitted up for her business, and makes a -fine display. The ladies of Reading will nod Mrs. S. better prepared than ever to please them, iu her new store. ¦»¦ M&~ Read thb Papers !—Harvey Birch & Brother have the Illustrated Papers for February 7th, and continue their agency for all the New York and Philadelphia Dailies, and tbe Monthly Magazines, *c. They »ro enterprising and obliging dealer*, and deserve to be well supported.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

1ST The 128th Pknna. Regiment.— This Kegiinent, which is composed mainly of Berks county Companies, is still in Camp near Fairfax Station, Va , bnt hag been USder marching orders for the last fortnight, and may move at any moment. The Paymaster visited tbe Camp last week, and commenced tbe welcome task of paying off the men. . Lieut. John h. Widdifleld_, of Company C_, (from Bucks conoty) who wa* severely _woundfd at Antietain, returned to tbe Begiment about ten days ago, but took _offoaqp at finding Lieut. P. M. Veager, of Beading, placed in command of his Company, and tendered his resignation. Lieut. Widdineld's knee is still stiff and tore, from the effects of his wound.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

i&"B.KAV _tsa Railroad.—The following si ale meat shows the business of the Philadelphia and Reading BalJroad Company dnripg the montu 'of December, 1S62, compared with tbe same month of 1SS1»: 1602. 1601 Received from coal, _$ 3S7.9«6 3_? .$202_,(m 70 Received frum merchandise, 52,714 Hi) 41 4_«S 12 Received from travel, &c, H- MS 27 31 _. 0J7 flfl 4.5_J _.SM 29 278,219 41 Transportation,roadway, durapa tf«. Renewal Fond, ¦ and ail charges, ° 196,462 62 ]22.78.r > 8. Net profit for the month, 25S _._363 67 150,433 36

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

T./_tiTCARTira Citt Election.—The annual mu nicipal election in the city of Lancaster, will be held on Tuesday next, February 3d. Hon. George Sanderson, the present worthy incum bent, is the Democratic candidate for Mayor. Dr. Patrick Cassidy is the Republican candi date.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Habrisbuhg, Monday January 26. Senate.—The Senate met at 7_£ o'clock this evening. Mr. Lowry introduced joint resolutions instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives in Congress to oppose the construction of a ship channel in Illinois and the enlargement of the Erie canal at the expense of the government. Mr. Beilly, a bill to re charter the Miners' Bank of Pol'._aville. Mr. Bough ter, one to re__ charter (he Harrisburg Bttuk, and one tore charter the Lebanon Bank. Mr Slutz man offered a resolution,-which was adopted, requesting the Adjutant General to furnish the number of persons in each county claiming exemption from the late draft on account of con 8_cientious scruples. Mr. Nichols offered joint resolutions, which were also adopted, for the appointment of a committee to proceed to _Washing ton and urge the acceptance of League Island upon the General Government, for a Naval De pot. A few unimportant private bills were passed, when t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OP PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE, Kob. 4._'_50 AND 437 CHESTNUT STREET. Capital. tWO _. OOO 00 l>i|>.!ii._il 1_'_remiuinii, - - _*9_»2,!)73 29 Loss Fivo Per Cent. - - 47 _. I_1.H _t(i *S»./,S24 63 _t'nexpired Temporary Premiums, _l!)0_,0S4 0j _Lexs f..r tl»- porli»u of titllu (>V|lired ou _poiicles over one year, 19,0.08 40 *171,.l _>2". 65 Surplus, ... !I24,7_W> U $2,369,291 03 BEAL ESTATE. Market value, - ¦ - $138,322 47 Cost, as above, • . - - 128,970 77 Advance in valne, - - 9,351 70 _STOCS3. Market value, - - $98,375 16 Coat, as above. ... 34,90150 Advance in value, - - 13,473 C6 Total, .. .. *2._H9_a US 31 LOSSES BY FIRE!. Losses paid during the year 1S62, $09,789 1 i By order of the Board. OiTAS. _N. BANCKER, Pr_«Bitlent. Attest—3AS. W. MCALLISTER, Secretary pro tem. DIRECTORS. CHARLES N. _T5ANCKEK, DAVID S. BROWN TOBIAS WAGNEK, . ISAAC LEA, SAMlTEIj GKAST, EilWAKD <J. T>ALE, JACOB R. SMITH 6£_OK._«g F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

&&z_$Ht _anb _Htmott&f SATUKDAY, JANUARY 31, 1S63 IQ_?-Gen. Burssiuk on Tuesday _lemlerCil l« the President his resignatiou as an officer of ihe army. The President decliued to receive if, saying that he had work for him. Gen. Burnside acrid he was rea<ly for work, bat he did not like to -wear the stars an-1 draw the pay of a Mij'T-Ge neral in idleness. _£ jT-Gbk. Fbankllis closes his farewell address to the _offifiSM and men of the Left Grand Division by saying, "In severing a connection which you have made so dear, he asks (hat no one will believe that he voluntarily parts with j ou in tie face of the enemy. " _jgy Should the issue of paper money increase as rapidly for the next six months as it has during the past _twelre, we may see a return of the times spoken of by old Doctor _Witherspoon, (one of the'Signers of the Declaration) •• when creditors were seen running away from their debtors, and debtors pursuing them in triumph, and paying...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

WAS NEWS! RESIGNATION OF GIN. BUBNSIDE, Gen. Hooker to Command the Army of the Potomac. Farewell Address of Burnside Gens. Franklin and Snmner Relieved of their Commands. Headquarters Aemy of the Potomac, \ Jan. 26, 1863. / This morning Major-Gen. Burnside turned pver ibg gommand of the Army of the Potomac _fo Major Gen. Joe. Hooker, who pame tp the head q uarters of the camp for that purpose. As soon as the change became known throughout the army, a considerable number of the _superio? officers called upon Gen " _Buroeide and took their parting leave of him, with many regrets. The following is the address of Gen. Burnside to the army: Headquarters _Arjjt of thb Potomac, _^ Ca*jb _mjsab. .Fai_^jouth, Jftn - ?6. 186o\ J Qbne&al Orders, No. 9.—By direciion of the President of the United States, the Commanding General this day transfers the command of this army to Maj.-<Jen. Joseph _IJoQker. Tne short lime that be ha .* directed your movements has not been fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE IJUUSUANT TO AN OKDJvR OF TUB Oit-PII \XS' _COrntT of _Herlcs_* county, will be _smld :it public _venrtne, on Fridaytbe «th _ilny of _IVl.ruary. A. !>., ],*;;;, in ibe pnblic _bonse of Eli S. Vox, iu t\_w City ..f Heading, Berks county, tbe following K«al Estate, to wit: So. 2—A thrpfl-stiiry _BKICK HOUSE and lot or piece of Mg ronml, tritnateon th« north xido of _IVnn utriet, lintween Sevei th and Ei_^rlitli xtrcetsin ibe city of Kradinj;, bpuoded ou th_^ Kant by other property _laiftof iVtlaril tas ' lKilecctlNed, (N(», 1 ) on tbe North by _Libfiriy alley on tbe _Wiwt by oilier _property _t_»r_«:iid deceasnl, (Mo. ::,) :<n<! on tlm Sontb by Penn Ktreet; coBtainin), ' in front on Penn wrBMt, 2H feet 6 inches, ami fn depth 'M<J feet. No.,{—A tbrue-i-rory KKK.'K HOUSE and lot or pince of iKaQvgrnuud,i_<itii<tieoii tbe _uoitb side of Penn _stre«t, he-•"J| twi'cu S.-vi-ntb xn<l Ki. bib streets', iu tb« City _nf ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

DIED, On Thursday, January _$2d, 1<>_S3, at St. Louis, _MIeboutI_, _William i'. Fj£_pbbt, Etq., aged 35 years and 4 months. His corpse was brought to Keading on Friday, and Will be bnried on this (_da turdav) morning, at 11 o'clock, A. M., from the residence _»f hi« fft'her, North Fifth street, to proceed to the Charles Evans Cemetery. Tie friends of the family and of the deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral. * On the 26th inst.. in, this city, after a short but severe illness, ' G_^orqe M'C_^eli.an, iufaut Bon of Henry and Elizabeth. Adams, aged 1 month, less two days. We lay thee in thy silent tomb, Sweet little blossom of a day, We just began to view thy bloom, When thou art called awa?. Fold _thjf _rgiasy lianas ta rest, _Ood hath called—lie knoweth best; Though God has claimed him young in days, We'll join him soon in heav.ea. . * On the 25th _inst., in this city, Christopher Maicks, aged about 51 years. Oatha25_.h inst., la PoUavilla, Jacob ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

To secure these ends your commander will re quire the cheerful and zealous co-operation_^of every officer and soldier in this army. In equipment, intelligence, and valor, the pnemy is our inferior. Let. us never hesitate to give him battle wherever we c>»n find him. The undersigned onlv gives «"xprcn-_*ion to the feelings of this avmy " when he conveys to our late commander . Major Gen. _Unrnside, the most cordial good wishes for his future. My stall' will be annrmiced as hooti as organ _iied. JOSKPU HOOKER, Maj. Gen. Commanding Ariny of the l_'otomac. OFFICIAL ORDER FOR THE RECENT CHANGES IN THK ARMY. The following is the official order in regard to the recent changes in the Army of the Potomac: Headquarters of tub Army, ") War Department, Ad.it.- Gen's. Office. [¦ _Washington, Jan. 28. 18G3 J Gknkral Order No. 20.—1. The President of the United States has directed—First; That Maj.-Gen. A. E. Burnside, at his own request, be relieved from the command of tBe Army of the P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL, OZf THE EUROPEAN _FZiAZff CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Rooms Fifty Cents per Day. City Ball Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opposite City Hall.) IV/ _TEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN JYJL tbe spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel. 49* Beware of _RUMNEKS and HACKMEN who say _wa are fall. Jan 17 ly] B. _FEEKCH, Proprietor. To Lease on Favorable Terms, '{'UK COAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE ! '¦ Old _Forge Coal Company," situated about four miles t'rum _£crant»u, on the _BlooulAburg Railroad_, t-'aid property cau be put iu good _working order at a comparatively small expense, and contracts can be entered into for immediate delivery of Coal. For further particulars _enquire of, or address Gen. E. _PHINNEV, Scranton, Penna. THOMAS SftlDLL, No. 76 Gold Street, New-York, or A. V. STOUT, President of Shoe and nov 22-3nio] Leather Bank, New-York. Estate of Elizabeth Krick, 'Widow of Peter _Kriclc. late of Spftng township, Berks county, Dece...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

READING _MARKET. . Friday, .ismuary 30, ISttf. Wheat (prime white) {BuckwheatFlour ' _jier p.;r bushel #1 J 5 I 100 !!•». 2 00 _WUeat, (prime rt,,I) Pork $1 U>0 ft*. 8 00 _jier bc_*i,el 1 .15 jKeof ('.liud <|ttM.fter) Rye _dj . tii | pur 100 _ponutSs S@9 00 Cora (old) do DO iBeef (fi>re ijuarter) Corn (uew) do _flft per 100 pounds7@8 00 CornJieal io 60 i llarns per pound 10 Oats do so ..Shoulders do 7 Plaxseed _4<> 1 3U jFiitch do * 7 Clovenseed do 4 SO Dried l_'.eef, do 13 Timothy seed io -2 25 iTable Kntter do 18 Barley lo 70 Lump Butter do 17 Potatoes do 55 Firlfln Batter do — Sweet Potatoes do 75 Tallow do 9_X Salt do 60 Lard do 8 Salt per Sack ° 1 40 Hides, Raw do 7 and 8 Wheat Flour (extra Best Old Bye Whiskey, family white) _$_» bbl. 7 _55 per gallon 75 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Common WhiBkey, per fam. white) $ 100 fits 3 75 gallon 27 to 31 Wheat Flour (extra Flaxseed Oil _fl gallon 80 family) per Barrel 6 GO Eggs per dozen 17 Wheat Fl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Friday, Jan. 30, 1863. FLOUR AND GRAIN.—There is a steady demand for Flour, principally for the high grades, which are firm and advancing, with further sales of 1800 bbls common and good _Western and Pennsylvania extra family lit $7 2fl@ $7 75; :iO;> bbls Lancaster county extra atjs7@7 _25; 400 bbls Broad street mills extra. 1000 bbls Delaware mills do 1000 bbls Rural mills family, all on terms kept private, and 5i 0 bbls very high tirade fancy, " Four AC_9R," at $10 _<p bbl. The sales to the trade range at from $G@6 37% for common and _uood superfine, up to our highest figures for extras and fancy brands, as io quality, and the demand fair. Kye Flour is offered at $5 ty bbl, and very dull. Corn Meal is scarce, but Pennsylvania meal remains quier at $4 '-jf) bbl. The receipts to-day are 42 0 bbla Flour. 42:5 bus Wheat. 6700 do Corn, and 9000 do Oats. There is not much Wheat _oliariug, but the de~and both for shipment and _milling is moderate at t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

Master Roll of Company Gr, 151st Regiment P. V., commanded by Capt_. l*evl M. Kerhart. Captain—LEV 1M. GKRHA 'KT. 1st Lieutenant—Jonathan Withak. Id Lieutenant—John 11. Missemer. 1st Sergeant—Pearson E. Keed. 2rf •• Martin Ilaag. 3rd " Jonathan L. B. Keber. 4th « Washington K. Blester. 6th « John W. Yeager. 1st Corporal—Charles F. _tpeiger. M " lewis P. Kerahner. 3rd •' _Adam Williams. 4th " Franklin Davis. 6th " Jonathan M. Spotz. 6th ' " Henry D. Bentz. 7th " Henry B. _Nnneraacher. 8th " Christian K. Kceaig. 1st Musician—Cyras Heffelfiocer. 2rf •' William £. Witman. PRIVATES. Oirard Berger, Jonathan S. Kreitz,. Levl s. Bartram, _Heurj N. Kanfman, John S Berger, James N. Kaufman, Jonaibao Christ, Henry 8. _Klntzle, Jared DnnUleberger, . Bennevilie Kraemer, Lewis OiliZ-r, Levi Kline, Jonathan 3. Eblinff, Christian Lees, George _Fahrenbach, Joseph H. Long, Thomas B Faber, Daniel Livers, Jdho Froyberger, Paul _Lengel_, _Erapwus H. Gruber, Edwin F. _Mogle, BeDDevilla Greim_, Lewis ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

WS- A COUGH, COLD, OR AN _IRRITATED THROAT if allowed to progress, results _}n _ise . _riQos Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, oftentimes V'curable. ' BPOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reach directly the affected parti and giva almost instant relief la Ukonchitis, Asthma, and Catarrh they are beneficial. The good effects resulting from the use of the Troches and their extended nse, has cansed them to be counterfeited. Be sure to guard against worthless imitations. 0$_taii_^ only the genuine Brown's _Bronchial _Troches which have _proved, their _eiyoacy by a test of many years. Fdblic Speakers and _Sinqbrs s ' _nonld nse the Troches. Military Officers and Soldiers who over-tax the voice and are exposed to sadden changes, should have them. Sold everywhere at 25 cents par bux. [Jan. 24-Smo Tlie - Cpnfessions and Experience of a Poor Young Man. A GENTLEMAN having been cared of the _results of earl) error and disease, will, from motives of benevolence, send to those who request it, a copy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

SANO COFFEE THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY n«<,,l In _IIiIh and other _couutrien, and in highly approved for its Fine Flavor, Healthful and Nutritious Qualities. This Coffee compares favorably with, and is by many preferred to _ltio and Java, and is Sold at aliout Half the _Prtcct It is ground and put np iu Tin Foil in paper iu I pound packages, with _labals that read—" 18:2:2,23 3' In tbo center ._^ Observe L_«_bel of wbieh is a _Z_^ _f_^. pa_^itAllwlil, cut of a lady ?|_PteJ_^f|_m_^ as P arKes are holding a cuifeo _tiiii £jl _$ ' . ,_WgBSG* putting up an pot. Tiie labels fS ¦{ ' _^_ftlfS inferior article, ure red, green, _^^_mj__ ._^. _sj^|ffj|_k to _resemble the ind blue, and^^^ i|^ _M_^_K ff«i_«fn« Saso, _=_^^_£^§£Sbi Bii§|E|_la_^a8 near us tlie irecopyrisbled-a _^_lS3ilg£i_5_^S ^^aw permitR. _SAZiJ rj _CGFFSZ." It is packed in white wood boxes of _/i0 pounds each; alto in bulk, in kegs and barrels. Also on hand, Miles' Old Governmen t Java. Maracalbo, St. Domi...

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