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

_®&t$$ anii _SIdclts TRIFLES A WORD TO MARRIED PEOPLE.. The ringing of the door bell, has a pleasant sound to me, especially in my idle mooda. Like an unopened letter, there is a mystery about it, and one vails with a pleasurable excitement to see who or what is coming. Returning home, one day, earlier than usual, I found my wife had gone out; and, while lounging idly over the paper, the bell rang. I waited expectant till Bridget appeared with a note, containing a request from my old friend, Dr. Stearns, to ride out to his residence in the country, the next day, lo transact Borne business that had long been pending, and an invitation to bring my wife and spend the day. I was pleased: first, because I _' wan tea the business 'completed; and secondly, because I thought I needed a day's recreation. But the next morning everything seemed lo go wrong. Alice could not accompany me, and I could not get off as early as I wished ; and consequently, I was peevish and fretful; ...

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

HAZARDOUS ADVENTURE IN THE TOMB OF DAVID. The following sketch y furnished by Miss Barclay, daughter of James T. Barclay, author of " The City of the Great King," gives an interesting acoount of her perilous adventure in gain ing aooess to the Tomb of David: " Early one morning, during the great Mohammedan feast of Rhamadan, I was called to the ' parley' room, to see my friend Moosa. This little fellow having become rather a frequent visitor, I was at first inclined to excuse myself, but remembering he had lately hinted at the possibility of my gaining an entrance into the Tomb of David, and in consideration, too, of the fact of being their fasting season, the everlasting fin j an of coffee and douceur of sweetmeats—those otherwise indispensable marks of Turkish civility —might now be dispensed with, I concluded to make my appearance. On entering the room, my pleasing suspicions were confirmed by Bee ing him close thy1 ' door and mysteriously place his finger on his lips, in...

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

iPdtfttu SONG FOR THE NEW YEAR'S EVE. Away with _thonghta of pall and bier, And cypress bough ' and funeral tear, And wailings for the dying year. Our household Ores shall burn to-night With warmer glow, while children bright _Daace round us In the rosy light. Life was not given for tears and groans, The god-like gift of speech for moans, Or faces made for churchyard stones. Hang the green holly on jour waHs, And let the children's laughing calls Ha-echo through the lighted halls. Those who hava killed tb_« year may weei And low in dust and ashes creep, With wild laments and anguish deep; But we who loved him best while here, Oan bid htm go with festal cheer, And lights and garlands round his bier. He came to ns a helpless child, Amid the snows of Winter wild—Our hearths with blazing logB we piled, We gave him shelter from the storm, And _elouely wrapped his shivering form, In softest wools and ermine warm. We fed him from our garden utore—Tbe richest fruits our orchards b...

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

PO USSES _EVJE&Y BATUHDAY _MOKHIHG Mb* yorth-West corner of Penn and Fifth gtreet, ad-•_"_^' joint** the Banner* ' Bank of Beading. TKBM8 OF SOBSCKIPTION. 31, 30 a _&<»¦ , payable in advance. l 00 for to _mvBtlK, »¦ "fMet. To hums • FOOT COplw ttr <?»! »» _Mtmiw. T Ten eoplw for l». ta-A llpoptn di 'eoenttnwed a* tte expiration of the timepaii/or- ¦ _^ SATES _OV ADVBBTISIHQ IS THK OAZKTTS. It, 3t. _J«B9- ?mo. 6mo. ly _^ uSanar_«,51hraa,orleei, 00 fiO 78 2,00 S._00 6,00 X _^ _^ Yq « 001,00 1.36 8,00 6,00 8_.Q0 £ ,< jo •• 1,00 8,00 2,50 6,00 8,00 16,00 * .. _S « $ 0 8,00 3,76 7,60 12,00 80,00 [Larger _AdTarUwnentt la proportion.] StMHton' and Administrator.' Sotiees, 6 insertions •a.W indlton 'Honewjaaalrfipl _Sorter. S " 1 _-M Special _HoUew, *• rending mutter, 10 cU. a line for one _^ _pjrMMriage notices SS cento each. Deaths will be P"_^ hMlOb "_° _o_^ _Wo _' tlC-, _Reflation, of B_._a.ncial .nd otter _Private _AMOctatlon_*_. _wiU _ba ch...

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

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 BASS FENN STREET, READING, PA. A LABGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank FRA'-TER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PBBI0DICAL8, MUSIC and MUSIO BOOKS, GOLD PENS. FA&CY ARTICLES, SOTS, LETTER, CAPand _PIRNTIWO PAPER and PAPER _BAQS. BLANK BOOKS —AHD—MEBCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches aud Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at catalogue prices. «*- Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale prices. J9* Teachers supplied With Music at the ubu_»1 discount N B —Books and Music sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. Jan 18-tf

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

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JE WELEU, . AHD DEALER IV WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, C_p 00N8, SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &o., _O 8ignof the "BIO -WATCH," No.«3)_i Ea Venn Street, above Sixth, north ride. BeadingPa. _49» Every article warranted to be what it Is sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, *c, repaired with particular _attention, and guaranteed. [fab 1-tf _bhiVxsr piiATBd ware. _tust received a fine assortment of Castors, Spoons, Dessert and Dinner Forks, _Battet K_«r_~.^*e. *«»»>e at lowprl«_? ,by OTi<;HTBRj J»v6VSb u>1 fUth.MdF_«_OB.Itnetl

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

Groceries, Glass and Qneensware. _XTJST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT • I of _Whito Stone DINNER and TEA SETTS, Common White and Edged Ware,With a good stock of GLASSWAKB and _OKOCBttlEB, at Ho. 20 North Fifth street. feb 1] K. D. SMITH. S. M. PETTENOILX. & CO., Ho. 37 PAEK ttOW, M EW-YOHK._Sc 6 STATE ST.. BOSTON, Are Agents for the Beading Gaxelte, in those oities, aud ax* authorised to take Advertisements and Subscriptions for us at our established rates. NEW FRUIT—LAYER, BUNCH, AND SAL TIN A RaUtBa, Currants, and Citron, inst received ana for _tuO* at PEOCOCK'S, 4M0j 40 _Bouth 0U_> street.

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

THE ABOLITION PROCLAMATION THE SOLEMN PLEDGE. " I _haye no _purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery were it exists. I believe I lave no lawful RIGHT to do so."—Lincoln's Inaugural Address, March Aili, 1861. THE PERFIDIOUS VIOLATION. Washington, Jan. 1st, 1863. By the President of the United _Stalet of America A PROCLAMATION. Whereas: On the twenty second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred _an.l sixty-two, ft Proclamation was is» sued by the President of the United States, containing, among other things, lie following, to wit:— . « Tlmt on the first day of J-ymary, uitfce year of our Lord one _tbousan_^ eig ht hundred and sixty-three, all persons hrld as f'J_08 *r»lJ "n *n _£ 8t_»£ or designated part of a Stale, the people whereof shall then be _»n Rebellion against the United States, shall te then, thenceforward and forever free, and t_»e Executive Government ot Ihe United States, including the m_.Utary ...

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

_Casualties in O»e 88tl» _VeAnwi. _Beglment. M_.Jor 1> A. GriOith La, communtoatea to tha Time* a. list of killed, wounded aDd missing in tbe SSth Penua. Ke-(ilment, in action _niar Fredericksbarg, Va., December 13;b, _1S62 ; from which wo extract the following names of members of the Beading Companies: _Crniiftany A—Capt. Freak. R. Frito. Corporal William O Hodman, killed. Private Henry Bishop, wounded. '• Kdward Miller, •• " _UeorgeJJe&nmont, " Company B—C'apt. B. A. Situs. Private George Bauman, wounded. " Adam Dietfenbach_, " ._leseph Higle, •• David McSeal_, " Onnpaay U—Oui'l. iWmfc B. Shaltera. Capt. Frank B. Shatters, wounded slightly in ankle. Private Adam B. Whitman, " in head, mortally. •' Henry A. Harbold, " in leg. " Franklin Heller, _missiujr. Maj.ir Griffith, in his report to tbe Colonel, writes : " All my officer* behaved with great gallantry ; but I would particularly mention Adjutant _BeuMtt F. Foust, and _tieut. George B. _llhoads, commanding Co....

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

constituents, and derogatory to its character as a deliberative legislative body. They protest against the passage of the ?\»—r 1. Because it purports to deprive the citizen of all existing, peaceful, lcgnl modes of redress for ad milted wrongs, and thus constrains him tamely to submit, to the injury inflicted or to seefe illegal and forcible remedies. 2. Because it purports to indemnify the Fres ident and all acting under his authority for acts admitted to be wrongful, at. the expense of the citizen upon whom the wrongful acts have been perpetrated, in violation of the plainest principles of juBtice, and the most familiar precepts of constitutional law. 3. Because it purports to confirm and maKe valid, by act of Congress, arrests and imprisonments which were cot only not warranted by the Constitution of the Uuued States, but were in palpable violation of its express prohibitions. 4. recause it purports to authorize the 1 resident, during this rebellion, at any time, as to any p...

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

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER/ OF THE ORPHANS' COURT or BerkH connty, will be sold at public vendue, on Friday, the 6th day of February A. D., 18B3, at the public house of Eli S. Fox, in tbe City, of Read-Ing, Berks county, tne following Real Estate, to wit: No. 2—A three-story BRICK HOUSE and lot or piece of Mground, situate on the north side of Penn street, between Seventh and _Elgbtu streets, in tbe city of Reading, bounded on the East by other property lweof Adamr'asig, deceased, (No. 1.) ou tba North by Liberty alley, oa the West by other property of said deceased, (No. 3,) and on the Sooth by Peun street; containing in front on Penn street, 26 feet 6 inches, and in depth 270 feet. No. 3—A three-story BRICK HOUSE and lot or piece of a gronnd, sitnate on the north side of Penn street, between Seventh and Eizhth streets , In the City of Reading, bounded on tbe _fUet by otber property of said deceased, (No. 2,) on the North b> Liberty alley, on the West by oth...

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

g_£_T New-Ybab's Day dawned bright, bracing and beantifnl_, after the dark, dreary, damp and snowy day which _cloied the Old Tear. It was obaerved more generally as a holiday than heretofore ; the Banks were olosed_, and many of oar citizens throw aside the cares of 'bu»ic.»s»*»d gave _themselves up to Boelal _plsAJUro. Being also the Festival of the Circumcision, tbe day was religiously observed In tbe morning by services in the Roman Catholic and Episcopal Churches There were also services in the Lutheran _Churche_* in the evening. The usual " watch-meetings," were held in the MethodiatCharches. _ayidjtept up uulil the midnigbt cbl ' mes _aouuded the death A uumbur ufuur citizens kept '' opea bouse" daring tbe day, aod eoti-t lined throngs of frieudly visitor*. At the "Old White 8to:e," Mr. Stichter set out a bountiful supply uf refreshments, including a sea of delicious Pnucb, la a m&muio.hbowl, a.liaoftt large enough to float a ahip-of-war. _Mtwsrs. _Oourgo Larch &...

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

THE STA_1E LEGISLATURE The Legislature of Pennsylvania will meet on _Tuesday next, the 6ih of January. The Kepublieu._s have a majority of 7 in the Senate, and will, l»t all probability, elect the Hon. _Geokob V. Lawrence, of Washington county, who was chosen Speaker during the recess, its Speaker for the session. The Democrats have a majority of 8 in the House, aad will control Hb organiza tion. The only prominent candidates for the Speaker's chair, are the Hon. William Hopkins, of Washington, and Hon. Jons Csssna, of Bedford—both experienced parliamentarians, and both old Speakers—Mr. Hoi-kins having been Speaker of the House iu 1830, daring the trying period of the memorable " Buckshot War," and Mr. Cbssna having been Speaker of the same body during the session of 18-53. The second Tuesday of January—the 13th—is the day fixed by law for the election of a United States Senator to succeod Mr. Wilmotj The Democrats have a majority of one on joint ballot, and should elect the...

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

NOTICE ITS HEREBY _GIVliaf_, THAT THE SECOND and final account of H. It. llettinger and JohnT. Sell, _iZi of Isaac R. .Faim, bas been filed in the l'rofbo. notary ¦> office of Berks county, anil tbat tne same will be allowed and confirmed, on Monday, the 19th 4ay of JaanaTv 1803. unless cause be shown to the contrary. Jafl3-atj ADAM W. KAUFFMAS, _Protbonotary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE ACCOUNT of Abraham FT. _VanderHiic_*, Assignee of Herman _Y. L.nderman ana wife, has been flied in the I'r -'_| h<)al ?1 t «* » olllce of Berts county, and that the _uame. wiU be allowed ttud confirmed, on Monday, _tha _UHS_. .lay of January, 1363, BulesdCanne beBllOWH to tb_« contrary - Jan 3-3t] ADAM \f- KAUPi?iIAK,ProtUonotary. NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, THAI1 THE ACCOUNT I of Jonas HarbninTraxtea of Mary _Hjrbein. a Lunatic, _fias been tiled in th_^Proil».motMry _>B _office nf Berks county_, and that tb_« same will ba allowed _awd coutlrmed, on >iooday. tbe l»_l...

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

EIGHT SBNTB YBAJL VOLUME VIII.-NEW SKlilKS ILLUSTRATED SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, THE BEST IHECHA1.ICAL PAPER IN THE WORLD * NEW VOLUME OF TIHS POPULAR t\ Journal _commenona on tbe first or January. It if published weeklt, and every' number contains sixteen pages or,_asefu) Information, and from lire to ten original engravings of new inventions and discoveries, all of which are prepared expressly for its columns. To tbe Mechanlo and Manufacturer. No person engaged in any of the mechanical or mUB> factartngpuTsutts _snoald think or "doing wlthoat" tbe _EoiEKTiFto Americas. It com8 but six cents per week; every number contains from six to ten engraving* of new machines and inventions, which can not be _fdtand in any other publication. To the Inventor. .TheSnrEJrripioAjiHajcjiJf n, indispensable! to every ft-Ventor. IU it not only eunU!ns _illaatntted d«.erin.W. of nearly all tbe best inventions as they come oat, bat each, number contains an official List or the Claims of al...

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

€if_(j _JUUitf _* X3_T Rev. Samuel Edwaeds, rector of the Episcopal Charch at Poltstown. baa received and acoeptel aeulllothBrectoriihlpof the Episcopal Church »t Ste4i_* i Pa., which was vacated la»t Sp ' _rinsf by theRav. Henry S. Geti. Ho will take leave of his _congregation at _Pottstown in the latter part of January. jKff- Capt. Fbask M. Couuv_, of the 18th IT. S. Infantry, U in town. Be »« jo*t recovering from a severe attack of Ulneea, wltk which he Was prostrated immediately after tbe battle of _Frederlcksburg, la which be took part. __ g@r Masonic Appointments.—At the Annnal Grand Communication of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, held In Philadelphia oil St. John tba BvangeltBt'i Day,December 27_lh, A. . L. (_isfe_, Brother Jooeph L. Stlchter, of Lodge No. 6_'2, Heading, was appointed District Deputy Grand Master for tbe 3d Masonic DUtrict of Pennsylvania, consisting of ttae"Couut?pf Berks, and Stichter Lodge No. 234, PotUtown, and L<idK<No, :i 10, Perkiom...

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

_NE_^ _ADVEBTIMIESTS SHBBIFF'S SALES OF REAL ESTATE QY VIRTUE OF -SDNDB V WRITS OF LEVA. ft ri Facian, _Vendttioni Fxponus and Fieri Fac'_mi _iisaed out of the CAnrtuf Comtuon Pl«ta« of _Kftilc_, _coatuy and to me directed, will be sold at public vendue or oatcry, to wit: On Thursday, the 22d day of January, A. D . 1863. at 1 o'clock, P. M.. at tbe public house of Joseph _danger, (Keystone) in the City -it _Heading, Berks county to wit: A certain two story BRICK HuUSE and , lot of groand, situate ou the west side of South Seventh t\\_w\ between Pine and Laurelvstre«t8_, in ibe City of Readian ' bounded on tbe North by property of Frederick Pox, on tbe E* «t by said Seventh street, on he South by i_>to\»nj of John Strunk, and on the _Wufit by a 10 feet Allay; contxtning in front 1!> feet 2 inches, aud in depth 11.5 feet. .also—A HOUSE aiid lot ot ground, Mtaste ia 4finor street, in tbe said City of Keadinir, bounded oa the North by i>rop»rty of John Tritt. ...

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

_Captuhe of a California Steamer by tbk Pieatk Alabama.—A dispatch from Sun Fran oisco says that the steamer Ariel, which left New York for Aspinwall, was captured on the 7th ult., by tho pirate Alabama, wbile near the east end o _^ f Cuba. The vessel was plundered of the arms and ammunition and $8000 in money. On* hundred and twenty U. S. marines were paroled_, and the vessel released on her captain giving u bund of $228,000 as ransom. The Ariel ha_> since arrived-at New-York. Tbe first lieutenant of the pirate says that when the Alabama was lying at Martinique, the gunB of the San _Jacinto were trained on her, when the euns of the fort were immediately • . tf trained on the San Jacinto. Th_« State op Wb9T Virginia.—In August, 1881, Altofbey General Bates, in a letter to the lion. A. F. Ruohft, gave an opinion adverse to the formation of the new 0_tate of West jUrginia He calls the attempt an " original, independeut act of _revolution," and says that •' any _attempt to c...

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

THE NEW FINANCIAL SGHEME The Secretary of the Treasury, in compliance wiih the request of the Committee of Ways and Means, has prepared and sent to them a bill . embodying his views of the financial measures x-e_^_a -rrci _fvj t)xe exigencies of the Government. _, The fir3_t Bectionsmr-nnr-wHi gj_^. ..._!.- -..,- '* raise three hundred millions of dollars for the _seovioe of the next fiscal year, and to raise these sums in any of the modes heretofore sanctioned by ihis C/_ungreaa t»3 the public exigencies will require. The modea incla-ie the issue of six p«f cent, bonds. 7.30 bouds, seven per cent, bonds, or bonds bearing less rate of interest, and also tha _isstfe of small notes bearing 3.65 per cent_, interest, and legal tender noteB bearing no interest. The Secretary, in a letter to the Committee, expresses a strong desire to have the limits as to the modes of the provisions, and the amounts to be provided in each mode, defined as precisely as possible by Congress. Tac re...

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

O&FHAN&' COURT 8ABS. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORPHANS' COURT of Berks county, will be sold at pub lie _Tendue on THURSDAY, tbe 10th day of JANUARY, 1S63 at tbe late residence of Jaeob Deysber. deceased, in Oley township. Berks aoanty, and oa the premises, the fulj.—i ..v _ItiA_*«i.ra_«« • No. 1 A messaaga, tM_«i»»_e«t apA (rapt nf _lanit. ¦_Ilccf In O!ey township, Berks county, bounded by lands, of Daniel H. _Levan, Tract No. 2, Samuel Miller, Thomas P. Lee. and David Bertolet; containing 68 ACRES and 133 PER0HKS, more or less. - The Improvements are a double MtWb story BRICK DWELLI._XQ HODSK. with a doable Kltcben attached, suitable for two families, a Wash HOUR", Smoke House, Blacksmith Suop, and all other necessary ouc-baildinirs, a _large _iJtoije Sweiuer Barn, Walton Shed_, with Carriage House, Corn Crlb» and Granary;' Pig Sty, &«. Tbe Honse and Barn are covered with cedar shingles. There is running water on the _premise* and a good well and pump ne...

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