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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

_OXfc CtOfBS I OZXt G&OSBS ! ! JHE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CARrfagetable and Koor Oil Cloths in the City. Call _examine at Feb 28] GEO. LEKCH & CO'B. , - ' TSL.THT. LAYER , BUNCH AND SEEDLESS HAISINS, I Peaches, Plums, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Ac, at . A. H. PKOCOCK'S, Fab. 7\ 40 South Fifth Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

_BlASTZNtt ROCS. rpHBBDBSCKlBER iS AGENT FOR MESSRS. I _iJiacontls Powder in Iron kezg, which has twice the ¦rreBRth of ordinary powder. Also for sale 8afety Fuse, best Cut Steel, &c>4io. J. L. STICHTER, FebJgS-fmoi Fifth and Penn Street • pVT_^_VV HAMS, SHOULDERS AND BEEF, AT _L_^ PEOCOCK'8, ** >«b)1 40 Boutb Fifth _BttWt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 21 March 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_~ _^ SPEECH OP HON. HIESTER CLYMER, OF BERKS COUNTY, IW THB SENATE OF _PENNSYLVANIA, On the Rtsolutim tendering the use of the Senate Chamber lo Ex- Governor* Johnson and Wright. . Friday, March 6, 1863.. Mr. White submitted the following resolution, which was twice read; Whkbeas, Governor Andrew Johnson, of Ten* nessee_, a brave and loyal man, whose devotion to the Union is fully attested by his sacrifices and efforts in the cause of his country, and Ex-Governor Joseph A. Wright, a distinguished and patriotic citizen of the State of Indiana, are about to visit Ilarrisburg and propose to address the people on the great questions now agitating the public mind and which are of so much moment to the stability of the General Government; therefore Resolved, That Governor Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, and Ex-Governor Joseph A. Wright, of Indiana, be and they are hereby tendered the use of the hall of the Senate this afternoon for the purpose of addressing their fellow-citizens of Penns...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _EtrESTABblBHED ASA BBFOGB FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. _TpwR. JOHNSTON HA8 DISCOVERED THE Mjmwt Certain, Speedy itod only BB»ctnal Benedy In the World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or J.iinb«, Stricture*, Affections or the Kidneys and Bladder, I a voluntary Discharges, _Impolency, General Debility, _Hervousnws, Dyspepsia, languor, Low Spirits, Coulutipn of Ideas, Palpitation ortbe Heart, 'limldity. Trembling, _Diiuuees of Sight or Giddiness, Disease or the Head, _riiruat, _Wooe or fkitlAffections of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fetal to their victims than tlie song ol _Syrene to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage. &c_, impossible. xOTTZra- MCBZr BdpMlally. who huva b«eome the victims of Solitary Tics, that _Jroadfal and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

NEWTON D. STRONG, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, O FFICE m COORT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, _Uab_.g_.Pa_. [March H,lS63-8mo JOHW _RAUITOW_, ' ~~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITHA. B. WANNER;. NORTH Sixth Stre_«t. (above the Conrt HouseJ Beading, Pa.. P,bftHfy £Ul»63-ly ¦ : _ ~" BBMOVAl_^ ~~ _1I7_TLLIAM H. UVINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT W LAW. h«» removed Mb o«ee to the north ride of Court street tot door below 81xth. Idecxi-tf J3BSSE g_>. bl*ywhe¥, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITff 8. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, _abore 8ixth, Beading, Pa gf Will be at FrieUeiuburg, every Thursday. September 89,1860-ly* Chtutl** _DawlB, i TTORNET AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS A Offlee to the Office lately occupied by the Hob. David _Morion, deceased, is Sixth street, opposite the Court House. _[aprUM Daniel Ermentrcrat, ATTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth .treat, earner of Court alley. D«g *3-*7 David Heir, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Foreign and DomesHe DKT GOODS, Ho. S6 tost eon street, Beading, _P*. [Maw* 10, I860. UVINCOO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_fpoiiuu from the Atlantic Monthly for March THE VAGABONDS. We are two travelers, Boger _an4 I. Boger_'a my do?,—Come here, yon _teamp! Jump for the gentleman—mind y6nr eye! Over the table—lookout for the. lamp! The rogue 1_« growing a little old ; Five yean we've tramped through wind and weather, And slept out-doors when nights were cold, And ate and drank—a ' nd starved—together. We've learned w . hat comfort Is, I tell you! A bed on the floor, a bit of rosin, A fire to thaw oar thumbs, (poor fellow 1 The paw be hoMt* up there's been frozen,) Plenty of catgut for my fiddle, (This oat-door _basinese is bad for string*,) Then a few nice bnckwheaU hot from the griddle, And Roger and I set up for kings. Ho, thank ye, Sir,—I never drink; Roger and I are exceedingly moral—Aren't we, Roger?—See him wink ! Well, something hot, then,—we won't quarrel. He's thirsty, too,—see him nod hU head r What a pity, Sir, that dogs can't talk I De understands every word that's said—And he knows...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

@_>at$$ att& gisttfrriu THE LAST DAYS OF QUEEN BESS. Charles Kingsley gives us in his " Miscellany " a new version of the dying days of the susceptible, but stoical Queen of England: Queen Elisabeth dies, and dies of grief. It baa been the fashion to attribute to her remorse for Essex's death; and the foolish and false tale about Lady Nottingham _^ and the ring has been accepted as history. The facts seem to be, that she never held up her head after Burleigh's death. She could not Bpeak of him without tears; forbade his name to hje mentioned in the council. No wonder; never had a mistress a better ser vant. For nearly half a century had those two noble souls loved each other, trusted each other, worked with each other; and God's blessing had been on their deeds; and now the faithful Godfearing man has gone to his reward; and she is growing old, and knows that the anoient fire is dying out in her; and who will be to hef what he was ? Buckhurst is a good man, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

A LITERARY CURIOSITY The following poetical effusion in manuscript reoently " turned up" among a mass of old papers in our drawer. The iniilal letters of the lines form the words " My boast is in the g lorious oroBB of Christ;" and the words in italic, read from top to bottom and from bottom to top, compose the Lord's prayer. Make known the gospel truths, our father, king, Yield us thy grace, dear Father, from above, Bless us with hearts which feelingly can sing, " Our life thou-art, for ever, God of love!" Assuage our griefs in love, for Christ we pray, Since the bright Prince of heaven and glory died, Took all our shame and hallowed the displ ay, Infant oe-ihg first a man and then was crucified. Stupendous God! thy grace and power make known, In Jesus' name let all the world rejoice. New labors in thy heavenly kingdom own, That blesBed kingdom, for thy saints the choice. How vile to come to thee, is all our cry, Enemies to thy self and all that s thine, Graceless our will,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL. oar thb BUB.o*sAnr nan, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day. City H«ll Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opposite City Hall.) _TVTEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN JJL the spacious refectory. There Is a Barber's Shop and Bath Room's attached to the Hotel. 4V _BawaMof RDHKKH8 and HAOKMBN woo say we are fall. Jan 17-lyl R. FRENCH, Proprietor. NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATB WHITE SWAN.) Raoe Street, above Third, Philadelphia. I_^fll S ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT inducements, not only on account of reduced rates of board, but flora its central location to the avenues of trade, as well* as the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger Hallways running past and contiguous to it, by which _eoests can paw) to and rrom the Hotel, should they be preferred to the regota* Ontnlbus eonnsetod with the House. I am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience ot my gnests. ^^ ' •* *'_^1_^. SIEGRIST_.Proprletor. Formerly from Eagle Hotel, Lebanon, Fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

THE " NO PEACE" CRY The Dover, N. H., Gazette touches the point abont the "No Peace" cry of Radicals, accurate-« Suddenly there is concert of voices in the Radical ranks, crying out lustily against the very idea of peace. For what did we go to war, tbeD, save lo establish a firm and permanent peace t Even President Lincoln said in his inaugural address—' If you go to war you cannot fight always.' Certainly not. As an exchange well remarks, a war that excludes from its objects all considerations of - peace, brings infamy upon those who wage it. The sole object of every just war is peace ; else i t cannot and ought not to succeed. This sudden fury of a ' No Peace' cry hae a special meaning. Its wonderful concert, taken up at the same time by all the Republican presses, large and small; means something more than stimulus for the war alone. It means, if we mistake not, that every voice and vote of ' resistance to Government usurpation and falsity be suddenly snuffed out; that th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_P _UBHSSfi_© BVJgtY »AOTM>AT MOBHIWOt /WB .. y,,rfft-Wiwf corner of Pom. an&Vifth street, ad-°_^' join** the Pitmen ' Sank of Sauting. TKRMS Of _STJBSCRlPTIOlf. .1 so " _<t i/_w. Payable *» _aflwiwfc •!' r,Ofor8Sx months. In advance. _^. _jIl_^ m _ilMlxnl a* tte expiration of Vie tiOjvaidftir- H&TES OF _ADVHtTISIHG III THE «_AZBTTK. it. St. Imo. 3ino. 6_mo. ly. 5 : I: ' _£_» 15? _SS _3S_3S S [Larger AO "Ver ttsenK«»t« I* proportion.] '"^^rriage notices 25 cento each. Deaths will ba »^SSS£S lfih» B-OlattW 0* _Beneicl il .._d _or tTl-ri " «_" _^_iWlO»8. WWlwetaTgea for,» »*rer"SSl JiS!_£Sf briMfe_^ Ch.TiU*ie «d: Maasm lutlairituim**' _PRISTIUG OP KVEtt* _»_fCWPTIOW cc_^ntad in a superior manner, at the very _loweuprwtl S_?3_SJi™ Job *yk i> large »d toflUotflMsv an* oar Work _«pe»k_» tor luelt BLAMES OF ALL KINDS, __ i._rindls* _FAMBWHT and Paw Bnw, MOBTajMMs, l_^l_£ JUmOTW * »wiBn_^J3_O««C«»t* Wig* Of £&W keptwnrtwtly for .alt. or pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

PREACHING TO A PURPOSE Recently the Bishop of Orleans, France, had occasion to appeal to his flock in behalf of those suffering in the. manufacturing districts tt France. After a magnificent celebration of High Mass, he said: " My friends, this is a time for deeds and not for words. You have heard of tht distress which reigns in the manufacturing dis-Iriots of France; _Ym know that I come to plead before you to the end that charity may be awakened, and that you may hasten to their relief. A valiant king, whose name is still a household word with us, one day said to his companions ia arms, " My friends, I am your sovereign $ you are French: there is the enemy: forward." I will to day address you as this king addressed bis _BQldfcrs, lam your bishop; we are Christians ; we have no enemies; but we have starv ing brethren; let us each fly to their relief." That was his whole sermon. The effect was marvellous; ladies responded by throwing all the money in their purses into the ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_, NOTICE. A FBSMIVH WILL BE PAID OH GH_3»_xiX>_. oxjx> szzjvraR —AND—X»^.Zl _^B-A-ISTBC 3>_TOTXi» AT THB EXCHANGE AVD BANKING OFFICE —OF—G. W. GOODRICH, READING, Pa. August 10,18U-tf] JUS* RBCBIVBD. 1 Qftnn _SLOWER POTS, AT THE OLD JAIL. X\JUU t4-tt WM. BH0AD% Jr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_NlQROES IK TH_1 _RSTOCUTIOH.—ExtMOt from the Journal of the <• Committee of Safety" of Massachusetts Bay, in the Revolution_: Mat 21,1775. Resolved, That the admission of any persons, - as soldiers into the army now raising, bnt only _suoh as are freemen, will be inconsistent with the principles that are to be supported, and reflect dishonor on this colony, and that no slaves be admitted into this army upon say oensldtration-whatever. Of Hub committee Johh Haxoook was Chair* BUM.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

C_^_T An old topbb out West says the two most precious things now inoluded in hoops are girh and kegs of whiskey.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

_aflgf Evbm in these war times Prentice has had time to discover that ft squeezed lady is not like a _squeezed orange or lemon; she has self renewing power.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

HSIJMONISTS NORTH AM) SOUTH. The Northern abolition journals _tintl great apparent comfort in rcpublishiag articles from the Southern secession papers in violent denunciation of the movement at the North in favor of a National Convention as a preliminary step toward peace and reconstruction. They imagine, op try to lead the people to imagine, that these articles prove the futility and hopelessness of any peace measures, and _consequently the necessity of a farther prosecution of tho war for the objects now openly avoVed by the Administration—the extermination of slavery, and the conquest and subjugation of the Southeru States to the absolute dominion of _thq Federal Govern mend _Rut< these furious "war hawks" must have a very crude idea * f the * " logic of events"—to use one of Kossuth's expressive phrases—or a low estimate of the common sense of the people, to quote the tirades of secession journals against peace as arguments in favor of an exterminating war. It would...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

VSF' Theatrical _EsTBitTAniMBNTs. — Miss Kate Fisher, a charming aud versatile young actress, from Niblo'_s, New-York, in company with Sir. Chanfrau, tho celebrated American Comedian, will give two dramatic entertainments in thlB city, on Monday and Tuesday evening next, in Odd Fellows' Hull. Tbe programme embraces scenes and characters from popular Comedies, imilationi of distinguished actors, and delineations of American, English, French and Irish eccentricities. Miss Fisher, in addition to her talents as an actress, is also a pleasing singer and a graceful dauseuae. She deserves the generous patronage of our citizens. ORGANIZATION OF CITY _COUtfCUjSi Inauguration or Mayor Hoyer. The members elect to the City Councils of Reading, met at their chambers in the City Ball, on Tuesday last, as _rAjdlwi by the rovhed Charter, The $t]_ect Councilmen present ware—1st Ward—Samuel Robinson (Dem.), holding over. 2rf Ward— Isaac _McHose (Rep), holding over. 3rd Ward—David Levan (Kep), h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 28 March 1863

NOTICE. THE FOLLOWING 18 A LT8T OF APPLICANTS in the County of Berks, for Tavern and Store _Licensee, for the sale of spirltnous, vinonsand other Havers, [_'• o._»." stands for old stand; " s. a." for. r_.ew gland,] Albany. Maxntawny. Matthias Scfaambacker_, k 8. John Keiurjr., o. s. Amos Greeu&walt o s. Jacob Retchard, do Charles P. Dietrich , do Solomon _Kuhns, do Jonas Ringer, do Peter Scbeyer do David Helnly, do Charles Merkle, do _JeesB Miller, do Benjamin _Leibernberger, do Amity. TbomaB <S. LeU>er«t>erger,46 Hiram S. _LudWlg, o. s Jobo P.. Haas, do Isaac Spottz, do Aaron Bauer/, do Christian Detwetler, do _JTurion. Peter Jlarquart, do Samuel Reed, o 8 Surah Kirlin_, de Jonathan S. Klopp. do _ „ ¦*¦""_"*¦ , Ontelaunee. Jefferson Dengler, o. 8. Jacob Boyer o. s John l$Hbb, Jo James Dnnkle, do _Snxan _BoJand, do Henry Canker, do Daniel Kotheuborger, do Henrietta Mengle , do Peter _Fies, do Jonarhan Herbefn, do Bethel. olfy. Samuel _Stronse, o. %....

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