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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

LA CHOCOLATIERE Bright are thine eyes, my pretty little maid, As diamonds sunk in jet; Brown is thy cheek, as _xhadows in the glade By eve for lovers set. Lissome and smooth tuy fair-moulded shape Which gossamer _mnslins press, As _cloudi) around tbe ._Tungfran_'_ii summit drape Her snows with mute caress. Sometimes a thrill shoots through the sweet repose In which thon art enchained, And like the flush of Summer lightning glows Thy cheek with azure veined. Say! dost tbon, then, a song of spirits hear, • Inaudible * to me; _Ofi on bis throne in Dreamland's moonlit sphere, Thy yonng heart's monarch gee ? Say! if the black braids of the Bilken hair In which thy face is noosed Are but a witchingly devised snare To pinion souls seduced! For—that thy doe eyes bait no ambuscade Could I but fondly trust—I'd kneel so low to thee, O pretty maid, Sly brow shonld kiss the dust. —The Albion

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

I_®-Governor Tod, of Ohio, was arrested last week by the Sheriff of Fairfield county, on the charge of kidnapping Dr. Olds, last fall, and having him confined in Fort Lafayette some months. The Governor was brought up on a writ of habeas corpus and admitted to bail, thus proving that, although tbe writ is suspended in regard to Democrats, abolitionists when they get into trouble do not hesitate to take advantage of it. " Greenbacks" Rbjhcted.—In Washington, the Willards leased their hotel before tbe passage of the legal tender act. Bent was tendered in paper, which theWillards refused to aooept, and (bey have brought * suit for (he fulfilment of th« contract by payment in gold.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Blaik oh _Fbbbdom of tub Press.—Mr. F. P. Blair, father of the Postmaster General and Of the Missouri Congressman, was a Democrat and a gallant champion of popular freedom. Had he not been such he could not have retained tbe confidence of Gen. Jackson. While he edited the Globe and was battling with wonderful power and energy against the ideas now controlling the Government, he said: Uni>ER MO POSSIBLE EMERGENCY, NOT EVEN IN insurrection, OR AMID THE TERRORS OP CIVIL WAR, can this Government justify official interference with the freedom of speech or of the press, ANY MORIS THAN IT CAN WITH THK FREEDOM OF TUB ballot. The licentiousness of the tongue and of the pen is a minor _kvil compared with the LICENTIOUSNESS OF ARBITRARY POWER.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

NOTICE. A PREMIUM WILL BE PAID ON g-oxjX), _oiiD jsxxa-vrxsxv. —AND—FAX* _8_AKT_3H: 3_NTOTES AT THK EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —OP—G. W. GOODRICH, READING, Pa. _4n8Ut _1 _%1861-tQ

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL, ON THE SU&OrSAXff P1AW, CITY OF NEW YORK. S ingle Rooms fifty Cents per Day. City Ball Square, oorner Frankfort St., ( Opposite City Hall.) ME ALS AS THEY MAY BE ORDERED IN the spacious refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Booms attached to the Hotel. . 49> Beware of KUHHEKS and HACKMEN who say we are full. Jan 17 ly] K. TRENCH, Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

The Conscription.—A Washington dispatch to the New York Herald says: "There is reason to believe that the execution of Hie Conscriptfon act will be indefinitely post* poncd. It was adopted as a measure of precaution to meet emergencies. The opinion has been openly expressed, by the highest authorities of the Government, that the armies already in the field are amply sufficient, and that, all that will be necessary will be to fill up the depleted regiments by recruiting. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JE WELEU AND DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, QPOONSSPECTACLES, GOLD PENS , &c, j_> Sign or the « BIO "WATCH," Ho. 6»>j Ea _tenn Street, above Sixth, north tide, BeadingPa. «- Every article warranted to be what it is sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac, repaired with particular attention, and guaranteed. Ifob 1-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

_ffijf Brigadier General James Cooper, formerly United States Senator from Pennsylvania, and a brother-in-law of Judge Smyser, of No*- _ristown, died at Columbus, Ohio, a few days ago. For several years past he had been a resident of Frederick, Maryland, where he was engaged in the practice of the law when the rebellion broke out.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

JSy* "Gaii _Hamilton," talking of husbands, says— " I want him to be submissive, but I don't want him to look so." Very likely; but isn't it rather too much to ask ? To be hen-pecked and yet to carry himself like a cock-of-the-walk is more than ia quite possible to any male biped, with or without feathers. That's bo, my dear.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

FRESH GROCERIES —AT—BEOIJCED PRICES, AT THE Corner of Fifth aad Spruce Streets. March 1 M. _KEUFSR A _SOXi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

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Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

XLSaiSSER'S NOTICE. ¦VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE 1 1 following named _persops hare filed tlielr account* of _tneir Administration on ibe Estnesof the _deoeueed, _wjju»_a names are undermentioned, in tbe _Regiatar_'_a _OBjce, in and for the county of Berks and that tbe same will be _preoenl ed to ihe Orplmn»' Court of Kerlc* county, for confirmation and _allowance, on Thursday, tbe 28th day of May uem, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at tbe Court Bonne In tl.e c|_tv of Reading, viz: 1883. Filed February 12. Account of Israel 'Wagner, Administrator of _Auguatns Biebl_, deceased. Filed February 23. Account ot H«rri«on K. Dandore, _AdmiuiBtritor of Christian Dandore, deceased. Filed February 27. Acoonnt of Joseph Schonauer, Admloistrator of Isaac Scbonaner. deceased. Filed March 5. Aeadant of Peter Roth and _Juiad Roth Administrators of Philip Both, deceased. Filed March S. Account of Peter Roth and Jared Roto, Administrators of Philip Koth_, deceased, woo was the Guardian of _Pr...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

LOYALTY _Thi3 word was used in the days of the Revolution, to signify adherence to the eauso of the idiot King, George III. of England. It lias again conic into common uso with a portion of the* American people, to _express their Ecuse of the duty (hat (lie citizen owes to the Government. Webster, iu his Dictionary, defines its meaning thus: "Loyalty, n. Fidelity to a prince or sovereign, or to a husb.aaJ or lover." This is the only definition that is given; nuil hence the use of the word with reference to the obligations of a citizen of this country to hia Government, is obviouily improper. It expresses a senlimcni, not a principle or rule; and means simply, attachment or devotion to the person of the superior; a duty which, we need scarcely 8»y, is foreign to our political system. No personal fidelity to President or Governor is due from any American citizen, because those ollicera are the mere instruments through which the people put in execution their own will, as embodi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Death of Gin. John Wxidman.—Wo regret to learn that Gen. John Weidman, of Lebanon, died at hia residence in that borough, on Thursday, the 23d ult., aged 48 years, 7 months and 20 days. Ilia funeral took place on Monday last, with military honors, and was attended by members of the Masonic Order and by a large cumber of mourning friends. Gen. Weidman was the son of the late Jacob B. Weidman, Esq., a _distirfgaished lawyer of Lebanon county. He was educated at Frincetou College, and afterward passed a regular course of study in Medicine at Jefferson College, Philadelphia. The practice of Physio, however, was distasteful to him, and he entered upon the study of the Lftw in hia father's office, and was duly admitted to the Bar. He practiced for some years with great success in his native county of Lebanon, and in the Supreme Court of the State, where his excellent judgment and eminent legal abilities were held in the highest estimation, not only by that portion of the legal profess...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Democratic Ward _Olub.—2(1 Ward. At an adjourned meeting of the Democrats of 2_d Ward, held at _Ilousura's Hotel, .Saturday evening, _lSih ult,, the following business wa_$ transacted: The draft of a Constitution being submitted by the committee appointed at a previous meeting, it was considered section by section and adopted. The committee to procure a room made report in favor of meeting at the house of Augustus Bocknitihl, Chestnut street, below Third, which was adopted. On motion, the Executive Committee was made to consist, of throe members. The following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: President—Frederick Lacek_, Esq. Vire President— Jesse G. Hawley, Esq. Secretary —Geo. Af. Ertnenlrout. • Treasurer—Daniel J. Werner. Executive Committee—Reuben Goodhart, Wellington R. Van Heed, Levi Moyer. Tho President, on taking the chair _* briefly thanked the Club for the honor conferred, promised to fulfil the duties of the office to the best of his ability, and exho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

fill ! 2&t: _fiiir _fajf The Union Prater _Mketino will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, in the Ebenezer Method fat Church, South Fourth titroet, At 3 o'clock. The public are respectfully iuvited to attend. _nSTfisv. Mr. Drrb, of Allcnlown, will preach iu tlie First German Reformed Church to-morrow (Sunday) morning iu the English, and in the evening in the German language. tV"REV. If- L. Bauoiier, D. D., President of Pemitylvania College, OeHyU.urg, Pa., will _ddlWAr Ills Fourth Anniversary Aduresn of tlie " Xi Rho Delta" Society of FroeUnd _Stiniinary_, before that body, in the Christian _Meeting House at _Freeland, ou Saturday evening, Nay 9th. 1868, at 7 o'clock. On the afternoon of'saino d«y at 1 o'clock, Fraud* T. Hoover. Esq., trill deliver the First _Anniversary AddreHg of the Platonic Dauree or tbe above Society, before that Degree. Tbe public are very respectfully_, iuvited to _attend. «c _Sfi?" The National Fast Day was properly obuarved, in outward fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS KLIN& & EPPIHIHEK, __ EAST PENN SQUAKE. HOW OPEN tV FULL STOCK OF SEASONABLE GOODS Rich Black Silks, Neat Black Figured Silks, Fancy Dress Silks, Double Width Cobred Alpaccas, Fashionable Dress Goods, Seasonable Mourning Goods, Mourning Shawls and Coats, Latest Styles Sacks & Circulars, All Colors Sacking Clotb, Balmorals, Summer Styles, A Full Stock of Boys' Wear, Cloths & _Cassimeres ' for Men's Wear,. Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts! A FULL STOCK OP DOMESTIC Gf'ODS _REASONASX._? 1OW 7X110X33 May 2,1863-lt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

TO FARMERS! PERUVI IN GUANO, RAW BONES, Phosphate . Ground _Bnw Bones, Jordan's Phosphate of Lime, Land Plaster, Clover and Timothy Seed, Pond rette_, la barrels, Rhodes'_s Super-Phospate. Together with a large assortment of Augers at reduced prices. For sale by J. t. STICHTEE, May 2_>3(] _Fenn and Fifth _Straata. SAPONIFIER, OR _CONCENTRATED LYE, THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST the SPU8I0U8 articles of LTE for making SOAP, Sec, now offered for sale. The only GENUINE and PA TSNTBD _Lyn is that made by tbe PENNSYLVANIA SALT _MANOFACTUXiyO _COttPANY, tbeir tradeuu.K forit being " SAPONIFIER. ok CONCENTRATED fVB. " The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLE D PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, _lu violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS , BUYERS or SELLERS ot these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY iiave employed aa their ATTORNEYS , GEORGE HARDING, Es<j , of Phil*. , and WILLIAM BAKEWELL, _Usq , of P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

ifjmlf _e att& Ihntocttaf ? ~~* READING, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1S03. Hah. ! brightest banner that floats on the sale, Flag of. (he country of Washington, hail I Red are thy stripes with the blood of the brave_. Bright are thy star* as the sun on the wave; Wrapt In thy folds are the hopes of the Free, Banner of Washington! blessings on thee!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 2 May 1863

Public Sale of Valuable Property. A BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY NOW OCCUlI-2lED»» a flouriebinK Seminary. Dear KutzlownBerks county, I'a., will be sold to the _blgbeiit btdder, on tbe premiBOB, OU Saturday, tbe 13th of _JonS, 1883, at 1 o'oloolt, P. M. Tbe property consists of 13 arreti of good land, M more or leas, a large three-story BrtICK DWELLING, Brick Kitchen, one-story Brick House, a large Barn, Orcha/d, Vineyard, large Garden, Fruits of all kinds, gooA Water, health fnl location, &c. Tbe property will suit for a private residence or a HIGH SCHOOL. Conditions easy, and will be made known on the day of sale, by J. 8. HKRMAN, _Proftietor. _Kutztown, Pa., Hay 2, ]S63-6t Public Sale of City Property. WIL L BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, ON Saturday, the 2:_lrd day or May, 1863, on tbe premises! All that certain three-ntAry BRICK DWELLING MHOUSE , situate in !!_.» city of Rending, in Penn street, between Ninth aud euth streets, containing in front on Pcnn street 18 feet, and in depth...

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