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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. "Winter Arrangement , COMMENGIKQ MONDAY, NOVEMBER nth, 1 862. Direct to Hew-York Without Change of Can. figggS ti_^l ON AND AFTEK MONDAY, BB_33 |llllB3_bA.Nov. 17th1862, Passenger Trains ~^^_WS>*m_^amxii\ 11 leave Beading daily, (Sun* days excepted) for AllentownMauch Chunk, Bethlehem, Eastoa, New-York, &c, tic, at S.18 A. St., 11.15 A. M.,andi.2(?P. M, frwtbe UPPEK DEPOT. . Tbe 6._lo A. H. train is the Eastern _Rxpress, without change nf cars from Pittsburgh, aud arrives in New-York at IO.oO A. M. This train will _stpp only at Lyons, Allentown, Bethlehem, _Easton and the principal stations on tbe Jersey Ceutral. Tba 11.13 A. M. Train will _utop at-all Stations between Beading and Alientown, and the 4.20 P_> 91. Train aC all Stationsexcept Merztown and Al _Burtis. The 11.16 A. H. Train arrives in New-York at 6.00P. M., and the 4.20 P. H. Train at 10.15 P. M. Trains will leave New-York daily (except Sundays) at 6 A. M.12 noon, and 7...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

, ORAHVS! (MALT.) (_BRIANS CaFcONSTANTLY BE HAD AT VX LA._TJKB 8 BKEWKKY, corner of Third and _Cheilnui iS8U - .. ~ _*- _LaO*8-J_^WWbarT.lggUtf _THRESH PEACHES AND TOMATOES, AT ~"~ JJ . , PEOCOCK'S _«b 7] 40 South Fifth Street. " _7_QR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 200 WHITE - v.^?"10 "" _T«» Setts or tbe newest style. ' „_, _„ _^OR SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 300 GRANITE ¦ _ J Dinner 8etts of the newest stvle ORSALE AT THE OLD JAIL, 1000 SETS - ? . .<J">nn>onTeaware. . ' >Oft SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE LARG-* est _assorlment of LiveVnd6l Wire «ver _oBtt_»l 'B I eadlng. Fm _SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, A LARGE assortmeatof _PltUburgh, Boston and French. _QW ware of every description. „ _ ,n T_?0tt SALE AT THE OLD JAIL, THE CHO lCX? e&t variety of Bar and Hotel Glass, China _andQate_^ WftTO _fomitore eyer offered In Beading. „_,.a iniOR SALE AT TriB OLD JAIL, 60 BARRELS JP ¦ Hacker* at Philadelphia price*_, marsh 21 WILLIAM BHOADS, Jr-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

BS_^ Many a glorious speculation h_$s failed for the Bame good reason that the old Texan ranger gave when he was asked why he didn't bay land when it was dog cheap. " Well, I did come nigh ob to taking eight thousand acres, onest," said old Joe, mournfully. " You see, two of the boys came in one day from an Indian hunt, -without any shoes, and offered me their titles to the two leagues just below here for a pair of boots." " for a pair of boots!" we exclaimed" Yes, for a pair of boola for each league." " But why on earth did you not take it?" They'd be worth one hundred thousand dollars to-day. Why didn't you give them the boots ?" " Jest because I didn't have the boots to give," said old Joe, as he took another chew of tobacco, quite as contented as if he owned two hundred leagues of land.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

HATS, CAPS & FURS, FOB. FAW AND WXKTTS&, _fT\ AT THE - ^» _JF_>. Gr. _3B)O_^_k.S» Sk Ho* 6 West Penn Street, next door to the Union Bank of _Reading, _TTTHO IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM YY New-York and Philadelphia the latest styles of HATS ana CAPS Adapted to the Season. He has also received a fine assortment of LADIES' FURS, BUFFALO S0BES, • TRUifKS, CARPETBAGS, VALISES and UMBRELLAS, which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. As be pay Cash for nil Us goods, he la enabled t6 Sell them at the law _est prices. _fTJP* A Urge lot of the best quality of BED FEATBKHS received, to which the attention of Housekeepers is respectfully invited. Gall and examine.—No trouble to show goods. . [oct_!8-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

MATLACl'S MEN'S AND BOYS ' CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Wo. 904 Market Street, Philadelphia ¦fTTE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR T T attention to onr Large Stock of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING nov on band BEADY MADE, embracing every variety of 8tyle and Material suitable for tbe season. We have also on band a full assortment of SPRING GOODS adapted to MEM'S and BOYS' WBAB, and wonld invite your early attention thereto. These Goods have been purobased for CASH and will be sold at a small advance for CASH. Particular attention paid to all orders, so as to Insure satisfaction to the purchaser. B. MATLACK, Agt. March 14-3mo] 904 Market Street, Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

rf" _^ _^cS* TOT JttJt' Of_* »L_^ ill _4tfli£P C_3_^ fi ^/it V _PHUjAPBIiPHTA. MATTRESSES, Beds, FeatberiBlanketsComtorta._ttlea_, Q,_ullts, Cushions, And all other articles belonging to tbe business. Feb. 14-ly] AMOS HILLBORN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

rpEA.—EXTRA FIKE OOLONG TEA, AT J. PKOCOCK'S, "Teb71 »g»nti»«»hfl»*»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 4 April 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Lettoi'g from the 151st Pennsylvania Kegimcnt. Camp 15_Ut Reot. P. V., Near Bellb Plaiss Va., ) _, March 2Sth, 1S63. { Dear Editor:—This day having been set aside to review the 3d Division of the _lst> Army Corps by Mnj. Genl. Hooker and Gov. _Ciirtinj and it now being a rainy day, the officers of the four Berks County Companies attached to this Regiment_, considered it an appropriate time to give an account of _niaUers _^ _inlgeneral, t6 6ur friends at home, through the columns of your widely read paper. The evening previous to our departure from Reading, (Oct. 10th) Maj. Kupp entertained us with an excellent supper, which deserves our mention here. And Lieut. _Hosslor, who has just returned from a short furlough, which* he spent in Reading, cheered us all by presenting the gifts of Mr. Barto, consisting of Excellent Old Rye, and Fine Brown Havanas. We assure you, that the thought of being forgotten, since nothing wag said of us in print, flitted away, and we all felt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

lie spoke gi-ftoely and tenderly, and I joined him over a bowl of punch made by the " Dew off Ben NeviV' meaning to leave my fascinating friend after a MDgle glass. But I was not fated to do this. _listened to his musical voice, as he quoied _Ubernfly from Burns, and lauded him as liberally. I/had never a strong head, and the national _beicrage and _tho national poetry, I suspect, were too much for me pretty soon. I remember that the gentleman remarked that " the higher sentiments should not be exposed before the viilgar," and in illustration of the remark he proposed that we should go into his own private room, which adjoined the coffee-room, but was fitted' up much more elegantly. Then he opened a backgammon board and said with indifference :• "Doyou ever play?" At home I had never been allowed to play at backgammon, and probably for this reason I was very fond of the game. I said I liked no game better; and we began to p'.ay. I was very much excited by the punch, and by a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_BALTIMQBE LGCK HOSPITAL _y ESTABLISHED AS A KEFUGE FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place _Where a Care Can be Obtained. DR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE root* Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private _Diseaww, Weakness of the Back or Limbo, Strictures, Affections of tbe Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary _nixcharges, Impolency. General Debility, N»rvou«n<>_ps, Dyspepsia. _Languor, Low SpiritR, Coufu-Rion of Mess, Palpitation of the Heart, 'I _itnidity_, Trembling, _Pimneno of Sight or Giddiness, Disease or the Head, Throat, Sow or fkinAffections of Ihe I.iver, Lnngs, Stomach or Bowels—those _Teirihle Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Tonth—those srcret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ol Syren* to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hope6or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c,impossible. young _nxssr Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

NEWTON D. STRONG, ATTOKNBY AT LAW, OFFICE IN COURT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, Beading, Pa. [March 14, lS63-3mo _jrosnr . B»_axsToxr, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH A. B. WANNER, NORTH Sixth Street (above the Court House) Beading, Pa, February 21. lS63-ly REMOVAL. WIL LIAM 5, UVING00D, ATTORNEY AT LAW. has removed his office to the north Bide of Court street first door below Sixth. [decZ2-tf JESSE O. HAWLBY_^ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH S. L. TOUNGr, ESQ., PENN Street, aoove Sixth, Reading, Pa. *g- Will he at _Friedenshorg_, every Thursday. September 29, 1860-ly* Charles Davis, i _TTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS /\ Office to the Office lately occupied by lh« Hon. David T. tfurdon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court House. [april 14 Daniel _Ermentront, A _TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH J\_ Sixth street, eonar of Court alley. frag 13-ly David Neff, _YITHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN *V Foreign and Domestic DKT GOODS, So. 25 Bast ejn street, Keading, Pa. [March 10, I860. LIVINCOO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

SECOND SIGHT. Strong of limb, and fleet of foot, with crisp, auburn curl?, with cheeks like hard red apples, and eyes glowiDg like stars, Angus M'Leun was Burcly not likely to be the victim of disease. His family said ho had the gift of second sight. But we have been accustomed to consider these " children of the mist," even when they belong to the stronger sex, to be weak, even as hysterical women. Their bodies we suppose to be emaciated, their nerves without tone, and if they see into the next world, we judge it is because the vail of flesh is fretted so thin by disease, that it becomes as it were transparent. But Angus M'Lean was no hysterical, nervous, or nerveless being, bearing about the misery of unmanliness and seeing ghosts in every graveyard. He was a man of few words, and never told aught that he had seen that common eyes could never see, unless it were to do some good, or avert some evil. And he would have been a brave friend or foe who dared ask Angus aught resp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF "Take care of yourself," is a principle which, in some respects, is not neglected by mankind in general, but is not often carried out in the way it ought to he. Take care of yourself • for, he assured, from the very outset, that if you do not take care of yourself, there are none to be found who will perform this office for you. In taking care of yourself, your health, your reputation, your interests, your happiness, are to oe considered, and whatever else combines with them to make up the individual known as yourself. A contrary course, may secure your temporary popularity, but nothing more, People may call you a clever fellow, and all that; but heed them not; for the day may come, unless there be a prudent change in your tactics, when the same people will pass you with a smile of contemptuous pity, as the man wbo did not know how to take care of himself; and this you will find but a poor reward for sacrificing to the good of others. Your individual se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

President's Proclamation for a Day or Humiliation ana Prayer. Whbheas, the Senate of the United States, devoutly recognizing the Supreme Authority and just Government of Almighty _Qod, in all the affairs of men and of nations, has, by a resolution, requested the President to designate and set apart a day for National prayer and humiliation : And, Wjiebbas, it is the duty of nations, as well aa _t_( men, ta owa _thei* dependence upon the over-ruling power of God, to confess their sins and transgressions, in humble sorrow, yet with assured hope that _genuine repentance will lead to mercy and pardon, and to recognise the sublime trutn, announced in the Holy Scriptures and proven by all history, that those nations only are blessed whose God is the Lordl And, inasmuch as we know that, by his Divine law, nations, like individuals, are subjected to punishments and chastisements in this world, may we not justly fear that the awful calamity of civil war, which now desolates the land, may...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

_iiaduy THE STUDENT HEART [FROM THE GERMAN—KOR THE £W»» /*o#/.] Oh student heart, what makes thee grieve 1 Why droops thy weary wing ? Do.-da.sk if freedom yet doth live _. Of which the poets sing? Ob student-heart, the strife give o'er_. Our land is freedom's home no more! Ah, no, not therefore U my 6tnart, Not therefore my remorse; My heart iff just a bnrnan heart_. And beats with human force! That I am far from her I love, Grieves me all other things aheve. Poor heart, my pity you excite, Yon keenly feel the dart; So far away, in love's despite. Forced from your love to part. Yut be consoled and courage take, And bear your ills for her dear sako ! Alas, no pleasure can 1 have, No _joy can me invite ; To be with liar is all I _cravn, All that can give delight. Away from her, I nigh and moan_. And beats my heart for her alone. Well, tlien, to her yon denrly love, Return in quickest time; Pack np your bo,>ka and make a move Towards her for whom you pine ! In her _dear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

Adam Clarke's Opinion of Political Preaching. The great Methodist Commentator and Preacher, Adam Clarke, has left on record his opinion of political preachers, which we give in his own words : " It was the lot of Mr, Clarke Id be associated at this time with two eminent men who unfortunately took opposite sides of this great political question; one pleading for the lowest Republicanism, the other exhausting himself in maintaining the divine right of kings and regular governments to do what might seem rig ht, in their own eyes, the people having nothing to do with the laws but to obey them. His soul was grieved at this state of things ; but he went calmly on his way, preaching Christ crucified for the redemption of a lost world; and though hla abilities were greatly inferior to those of his colleagues, his congregation was equal to theirs, and his work more abundantly useful. Political preachers neither convert souls nor build up believers in their moat holy faith; one may pique ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day. City Sail Square, corner Frankfort St., (Opposite City Hall.) MEALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN the spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms _attached to the Hotel. ' 49- Beware of KUNHEKS and HAUKMEN who say we are full. Jan 17 ly] R. FRENCH, Proprietor. NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE 8W4_K.) Rasa Street, above Third, Philadelphia. mmS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT J_ inducements, not only on acconnt of reduced rates of board, bntfiom _itu central location to the avenues of trade, as well as the conveniences afforded by the several _Pafwentrer Railways running pant and contixnoub to it, by which guest* can pans to and from the Hotel, should they be preferred to tbe regular Omnibus connected with the House. 1 am determined to devote my whole attention to the comfort and convenience of my guests. 4S- Terms, ttl 85 per day. mr-ier ,_v _# D « c SIEGHIST > proprietor, Formerly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

" NEVER SAY DIE." Three months ago a young musician well known in Philadelphia, struggling with poverty, undertook to commit suicide. He had a single dollar remaining, with no prospect of obtaining more. He invested the dollar in a bottle of Rhine wine, drank it, and ordered up a three levy pair of slippers in which to "shuffle off this mortal coil." He decided upon drowning as the easiest method of leaving a frigid world. He went down to Callowhill street wharf, to commit suicide by drowning. One of the harbor police, divining his intention, took him to his house, and like a good Samaritan ministered to his necessities. He remained at the policeman's house for two days. While there he casually observed in a newspaper a four stanza ballad. In a moment of inspiration he improvised an air for it. He took on now life. Energy was _aroueed within him, and lie wrote out the melody with piano accompaniment. A publisher of music next day agreed to get out the piece, with the usual cop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 11 April 1863

PUBLISHED EVERY SATUKDAT KOKHIKG _OX.-e, Itorth-Wtst comer of Penn and Fifth street, ad Joining the Farmers' Bank of Raiding. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. 81, 50 a y-ar, payable la advance. 1,00 for six months, in advance. T.> CtrBs " : Four copies for $5, in advance. Ten _copfnn for 1"4, " Si- All papers discontinued at the expiration of the _U Mr _jntlitfor. RATES OP ADVERTISING IN Tllfi GAZETTE. It. 3t. loin. 3mo. 6mo. ly. _K Sunare, «lines, or less, SO SO 75 2.00 3 00 fi_.OO i* •. 10 " .10 1,00 1.253,00 5,110 S.00 4 « 20 " 1,00 2.00 2,50 5,00 8,00 15,00 jj " SO " 1,50 3,00 3,73 7,00 12,00 20,00 [Larger Advertisements la proportion.! Executors' and Administrators' Notices, 6 insertions $2,00 .auditors' Notices and Legal Notices. 3 " 1.50 _Social Notice?, as reading mutter, 10 cts. a line for one _jo_^eriion. [•^Marriage notices 25 cents each. D eath s -will he m]Wi.°_lip<) _gratnitonaly_. - '«„ - |/_,j Obituary _Notices, _RosoItilldttS of _BiHflBdal and other I'riva...

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