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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

LIQUOR LICENSE A LL _PERSONS WHO IXI1 BSD TO M.VKfc /\ app ication for tavern license, or fur lit-miwt.i sell _iii(uur» in quantities nut leits than one<iUrt.it,art) litMvby |aj. quested to tile their petitions an.l homls at an early day,h0 ' an to allow time for _publication for the April Term, nuttier will b« acted on _Rt. that time. ' By order of tbe Court, Feb. 14-Sti _JAMW BELL, Clerk of _Sewl,,,,. Estate of Daniel Maurer, late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks county, deceased. NO TICE 18 HBREBV _GIVES, THAT LETTens of _AJmlhletrmfuu lo the Estate of _iUtiUl Ma.,. n-r, late of Lower _tfetitellierg township, Berks _cimuty, ,\t. censed, bavn been granted to the _subscriber. re_*i_<lia*\a Kid same _township All _personn _indebted to B.iiil ontatH hid hereby requested to make payment without delay, and all having _clkims against the name, am h!<jo requested Iu )ire. sent them, properly authenticated- for Battlement Feb, U-<f\ *l JSAAC MirjKKK , Ad...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

SANO COFFEE. THI S ARTICLE HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY used in this and other countries, and is highly 8p. proved for Its ' . 9 r r Fine flavor, Healthful and Nutritions Qualities. This Coffee compares favorably with, and is by many preferred to Rio aud Java, and is . Sola »t about Half the Price. It is ground and put np In Tin Foil j n paper la I pound packages, with labels that read—"_DKEX&BS" • In the center _^p_^ . Observe Label of which ia a /s_|iw particularl y, cut of a lady H_^^_Nl_^^^ as parties are holding a coffee _^3f* _^fffPfiii potting up an pot. The labels MM JMjjt inferior article; are red, Veen, J^|Rli|_jjB_§BL to _resemble the and blue, and _^_Wi!j_^_p_^B)tHBB_? genuine 8a»o, _areconTrlgiit«_rf.-_^EaM_^^Hr_^ ^^^ i _1Tr pemitg . SANO _OOFFBXL" It ia packed ia white wood boxes of 00 pounds each; also in bulk, in kegs and barrets. Also on hand, Miles' Old Government, Java. Maracaibo, St. Domingo, Rio a nd Rye Coffees, Of superior quality, In Tin Foil papers and b...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

DIED. On tbe 11th inst., in this eily, Elizabeth, widow of George _Holfmaster, aged 77 year*, 4 months aud 11 day*. She leaves 10 children, i3 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren. Intbis city, on Wednesday evening, 11th inst., Kate Virginia, daughter of George F. aud Mary A. Boyer, aged 1 year, 11 months and 5 days. On ths 9th In* t.. In this oity, William N., ion of J. F. acd Jenifer Hcers, aged 12 years, 5 months and 2vJ days. ' On the morning of the 8th in_»t.. in this city, _HsxaiETrA A., wife or Dr. DA. Ulricb, aged 89 years. On the 7th itmt, in this city, Maby, wife of Frederick Reinfaart, aged 71 years. 9 months and 26 days. ?" r.?!ie Iiu _« _™ .8t _i ln tntseitT .A»* S., daughter of Z. T and Eliza M. Gxlt, in the id year of her ape On _lha 6th in»_t, la New Berlin, Colebrookdale, tp., Basbaha Stauffer, aged 89 years and 8 souths On the 6th Inst., in Hamburg, Jons _Kliwood, son of Deoatur _Dewilt. aged 8 yearn8 months and 8 days. On the 3d Inst.. In District, _Uabtik M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. T)URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF T17E OR-¦7 phans' Conrtof Berks county, will be sold at Public _k°°' «n ,. '»'«J»««1»7. *°e-»th _i»r »t _Mareb_, A. J>., ISfS, at the pnbhc honse of Catharine Krick, in Spr ing town ' ship, Berks county, the following described Real Estate situate in Spiing township, county aforesaid, to wit: No. 2—All that certain elegant LIMJSSTONB LAXD commencing-in a public roadthence afong said road North 4 degrees, West i 4 perches to:a point on Lebanon Valley Railroad, thence along said Lebanon _ValJaj itellro*d Suatb. 78 £ degrees, W «st 2H perches to a point, thence along «aid Lebanon Valley _Kat_'roid South 71>i degrees, West 2_t percues to a point on >aU Lebanon Valley Bail road, alone landBOf William _Zarr, North 17_« degrees . Went 29.4 perches_, plus the width of the Railroad to a point of said William Zerr, thence along line of Division, So. 1South 51V degrees, Went 97 perches tu a point of Jobn Wither*, _thencv alon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_lEsutef f t att& lit _twcr *$ READING,7PA _^ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY M_^_L Haw. '. brlgUUsl banner lhS.1 fla&U OH the B&18, . Rag _ofthe country of Washington, hail! Bed aie thy stripes with the blood of the brave, Bright are thy stare as the qgn on the wave; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Tree, _toannav nt Wniiiiinfftnn t hiAg&inirB on thee!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Ths Late Affair at Charleston.—Tne intelligence brought by the British prize steamer Princess Royal, which arrived at Philadelphia last Sunday, considerably reduces the value of the story concerning the opening of the blockade at Charleston. It appears from the statement which the master of thia _vegsel makes that the blockade was not at any time legally raised. The Captain of the Princess Royal , immediately upon her capture, went ashore and communicated to the enemy all the information lie possessed of a reported attack upon Charleston, and thus precipitated the raid upon our vessels by the rebel rams. It does not appear, however, that any of the Union vessels were sunk. The Meroedita was saved by the stratagem of her captain. The Keystone State, though badly disabled, wad not lost. Both of these vessels arrived at Port Royal and will soon be repaired. It is claimed that the blockade was not abandoned for any length of time; and such will probably prove to be the fact—the rebel ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

gey* A Reading Basd at _IIaerisbcbo —Tbe Beading City Band furnished the music at a Flag presentation to Capt. J. Wellington Jones , of the Provost Guard Battalion, lii tbe _OAttft House at _lUrrUbUrtf, ou Monday evening last. After tbe presentation, the members of the Band were treated to an excellent supper at the Brady House, by Capt. Jones. They _mbsequentf y serenaded Governor Curtin, Adjutant General Russell, Richard J. _Haldeman, _Ep/j , and otber prominent citizens of Harrisburg. The _J'ulrtot /mil Union, in noticing tlieir visit, says: " Tbe Band Is composed of gentlemen and first-class musicians, aud made a highly favorable Impression Iu this city." - ««» _|6f* Amount or Coal transported on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, during the week ending Thursday, February 12, 1863. Tons. Cwt. Prom Port Carbon, . - ... is,ui_>3 18 • " Potts vt lie, . .. 01917 " Sphuylkill Haven, - - 17,913 11 " Auburft, 765 ll_, " f-ort Clinton, • ' • - • 410-j 07 " Harrisburg_, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

The Contraband!) to eg Drafted.—Senator Sumner's bill to raise additional soldiers for the service of the United States, provides that all able-bodied males between the ages of eighteen and forty-five set free by the act of August C, 1861, or by that of July 17, 1862, or by the recent proclamation of the President, or by any other legal or competent authority exercised in suppressing the rebellion, shall bo enrolled, armed and equipped as a military force of the United States, to a number not exceeding three hundred thousand, to be paid eleven dollars per month, o&e-half each month and the remainder at the end of the service; to be officered an' l commanded by persons appointed and commissioned by the President; each private at the end of his service to be entitled to ten acres of land, to be used aa a homestead, and each officer to twenty-five acres. Section third authorizes the voluntary enrolment of persons of African descent in anv part of the United States.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Pback.Movkmkst in Illinois. —The movement to settle the present difficulties by a convention of representatives from the free States is progressing in the West. The Illinois Legislature h&9 appointed a committee to confer with _ttoae of Indiana, Kentucky and other States, at Louis-: ville, in the month of March, the foremost man in that committee being a strong adherent of Mr. Lincoln, and heretofore a staunch Republican Mr. Logan, the gentleman iu question, it appears, took a prominent part iu the _November eloction, by urging all his friends to vote the Democratic .ticket, in order to save the country. Many Other eminent politicians of _Republican proclivities have been appointed on the same committee. The. measure was opposed, but in vain, by the abolitionists in the Legislature. It is expected that the States of Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York will combine in this

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

1 00 000 BARBELS OP THE 1_UU , UUU _looi MANUFACTURING COS _a_^ wm-wlj _m_» r is irr was 130 South _WHarves, Philadelphia , Fa. 'funs COMPANY, WITH A CAPITAJL OF X &ISO_. COO, the most extensive Works of the kind iu tlie world, anj an experience in manufacturing "f over i:i years, with a reputation long established, having al«o the exclusive control of all the night soil of the great city of Hew-York, are prepared fo furnish an _arficla. which is, without doubt, the Cheapest and vekt bust fertilizer iu market. It greatly increasea tbe yield, an J ripen. _tW6_M.p from two to three weeks earlier, at an expense ot from three to four dollars per acre with little or no labor. _Aim, FIFTY TONS of BONK TAFKU, being a mixture of bond and night soil ground One, at $15 per ton—a superior Article for grain and.grans. Price of 1'OODRKTTE, tl tO per barrel. Seven barrels and over delivered free of clia'RO. A pamphlet containing all necessary information, may be bad tree by addre*«li.g ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OP _READING. ON SATURDAY, THE 21ST MY OF FEB. KUAKY_, iso i_, will be Bold Ht roblio H\e. at tbe pat,. lie bt>UM> of _Samuel B. Graul, in the city of Heading, at " u'cluck, H. M., all that certain two-story BRICK 1MVE1_, " MLINO HOUSE and- Store Stand, having a twostury Brick back building- attached, situate ou the Jdmh-East corner of Walnut and Ninth streetsin Inn city aforesaid ; containing in front ou said Ninth street 24 feet and In depth East and West 110 feet to a 15 feat wide A||«»j Said property has but recently been improved by the erection of the buildings, which are as good us new, aud _ii well adapted for business, being in tbe _itniDediaie vicinity of tbe new Catholic Chuich, and in a rapidly iniuruviof part of tbe city. 8 ALSO—At tbe «ame Wme and place, another certain two-Htory BBICK DWELLING HOUSErecently erected, with Rt| two story -back building attached, situate on the east jjjiBulde of North Ninth street, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

A Lilliputian wedding.—xne marriage oi General Tom Thumb (Mr, Charles S. Stratton) to Miss Lavinia Warren, was solemnized in Grace Church, New York, on Tuesday last, the 10th _inst. The gentleman is twenty-five years of age, thirty-one inches high, and weighs twenty-nine pounds; the lady is twenty-one years old and thirty-two inches in height. There was great excitement in New York on the occasion, and the papers devote a large space to particulars. Miss Minnie Warren, the bride's sister, acted as bridesmaid, and _littlv Commodore Nutt as groomsman. Miss Minnie is sixteen years of age, twenty-five inches high and weighs nineteen pounds. The Commodore is twenty-one years of age, twenty-nine inches in height, and weighs twenty pounds. A small affair to make MA vnnAlt _A100 niiAnt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Peace Propositions in Indiana.—There _aro two propositions for tho holding of peace conventions before the Legislature of Indiana. One is for a meeting of the Legislatures of Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois, at Frankfort, Kentucky, on the 22d of February, and the other is, that if Congress shall fail to call a national convention, the State of Indiana shall invite every State in the federal Union, including tbe socalled Confederate States, to meet delegates from the State of Indiana in convention at Nashville, Tennessee,, an the first Monday in June, 180S. Each of said States to send as many delegates to said convention as shall equal the number of Senators ami Representatives to which such State is entitled in the Congress of the United fttntoa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_Tmk fioTTON Oaop of the Sotjth.—The'Britiah consols at Charleston and Savannah Hare lorwarded reports to Earl Russell on the subject of the stock of cotton on hand in the Southern States. Mr. Bunch, at Charleston, says there are four millions, two hundred and fifty thousand bales of the staple which can be made available in Europe when the rebel " ports are opened." The crop of 1862 had added largely to the supply. Mr. Molyneu .x, at Savannah, says there are only three million, five hundred thousand bales of cotton in the Southern States. He claims a dedection of one million of bales which have either been destroyed voluntarily by the Union troops, or carried out throueh the blockade.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_|_fip _Josbph _Givim, Esq., & well known citi" zen of Lebanon, died in that borough on Monday morning last, of dropsy, aged 50 years and 11 months. He was the founder, and for many years editor of the Lebanon Courier, and from 1844 to 1848 held ihe office of Prothonotary of Lebanon _«county. He was subsequently State Librarian and a U..S. Mail Agent on the Pennsylvania Bailroad; and on his return to Lebanon, was elected a Justice of the Peace, which office he held at tlie time of his death. He was a kindhearted man _. 'a genial companion, and possessed a large fund of general information on legal, literary and political topics.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

Verdict against a. U. S. _Maksuai..—W. H. Hodgson, of the West Chester Jejfersonian , has recovered $517 damages against Marshal Mill _irard and bis Deputies,-in the Nisi Priua Court in Philadelphia, before Justice L6wfie, of the Supreme Bench, for interfering with -the publication of that paper daring the summer of 18C1, without due process of Ulw. Jud ge Lowrie Charged the jury tbat such officers had no right to interfere with private property except in accordance with the Constitution and laws of the land. It ia a righteous verdict, and should have

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

' 18Go _\ PHILADELPHIA f lfirq I80d p APJbJli _HANGINGS, j 1863 HOWBLI <8t 8_OV&SS. CORNER'FOURTH 4 MARKET Streets, PHILADELPHIA, have now in stock, a fine variety of Wall Papers, got op expressly for their Spring Trade. WINDOW PAPER OF EVERY GRADE, to which they invite the attention of Storekeepers. «9- rn their Retail Department , will be found the choicest styles of lite mason. _fFab. 14-3 mot

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

The Abhy op the Potomah—It is rumored at Washington that the Ninth army corps, of the grand Army of the Potomac, is under orders for tbe South, Tbifl splendid corp?, recently under command of General Sumner, is now commanded by General Smith. It is said that it trill proceed to Fortress Monroe in the first place and" report to General Dix. Thia is a mere turner, but we place some reliance in it, and consider it the first step towards the breaking up of the grand army.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_HF* The Hon. John Uonnkss _nas just Deen elected U. S. Senator from California for six years from the 4th of March next, in place of Milton S. Lathan (Dem.) He has for ten years been an active politician in that State of the Douglas Democratic or Uroderick school, and was the candidate for _Liettt.-Governor on the Broderick ticket in 1859. ««¦»»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

No More "Fip Calico."—"Jennie Juno" declfires that "shilling calico" is a lost appellation , and "calico parlies" are among the things that were. Calico makes no longer a cheap dress, aud what poor women and servant girls are to do, who have been accustomed to depend on the shilling aud ten cent prints, we are at a loss to imagine, unless they take to linsey woolsey of their own SDinninor.

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