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

The Two-Years' Volunteers.—The two yearsNew-York Troops whose term of service has expired, comprise thirty-eight regiments, but only include about 12,000 men, go that the actual loss to the army by the withdrawal of these regiments is not very large. Hooker has still a much larger force than McClellan had in his march against Richmond. Ten regiments of the nine-months men from this State are also to be paid off and mustered out of service during the present month.

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

Metal-Tipi'ed _SnoES.—Shoes are an important item in the expense of clothing children, as every parent will understand. They invariably wear out their shoes at the toe first, and uot unfrequenlly before the other parts are a quarter worn. Children's _alioea with Metal tips never wear out at the toe, and it is safe to say that on an average one pair with them will more than out-wear three pair3 without them. We believe all the shoe dealers keep theia.

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

MEDICAL ELECTRICITY. _TTTORE* THAN A YEAR'S PRACTICE IN Jjlx Heading, has abundantly demonstrated the efficacy or Electricity, as a remedy, not only for every form of Kheuraatium, Neural_^m nod general _nervou* debility; bat also for _Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, constipation or tbe Bowels, Ditirrho;i, Dysentery, Asthma, Bronchitis, Typhus and other'Feverw, all kinds of sores, and niany other disorders. And hundreds are ready to testify that Electricity Is a much speedier and cheaper remedy, besides being a more agreeable one, than drugs. Why suffer while so safe and certain a remedy is at hand ? Terms moderate, aud no charge for consultation. CHAliLES LANCASTER, Medical Electrician, May 2-3tJ Fourth S.reet, above Penn, Heading.

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

A Call tor McClellan.—A member of tho 03d recently wrote to a friend at Lebanon : " Give us General McClellan and we will fight every battle over again from _WiUiamsburg to Frederieksburg, and do it better than ever we did. Take this army to Fair Oaks and give us ' Little Mac,' and we will go to .Richmond, lie is the man we want, and he is the man who will be President of the United States if .soldiers have anything to say. Old Abe was down to sec us, blH we all would pponer see General McClellan. [Forth* _Readint; antr.lt, ml. Democrat.! Mr. Getz:—Your reauws will recollect that in Ihe Gazette of April -Jib, I accused the cdilor of the Journal with huviug. duvmg ihe Mexican War, in substance denounced rrexide.nl I'M as a murderer of hundreds and l/ivtma/ids »/ /««*""_'" American Soldiers , &c, and challenged him to quote from the Gazette any criticism, concerning Lincoln's Abolition Administration, which lie might consider even one fourth as venomous and malignant...

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

10" Haktxy Birch & Brother send us the Illustrated Weeklies for May 9. Harper contains, among many other attractions, equestrian portraits of Gen. Hooker and his personal Staff; sad Frank Leslie has a double-gage picture _«f " Contrabands" at work building a Levee ob the Mississippi, below Baton Rouge. Buy _4a«m.

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

JKS_* _Kkmovat..—Mr. Henry Crouse, the well known " man of Motions," has removed hiR store to the _larjjujaud handsome rooms In 1_'_earnon'B Building, WeatMarkat _Miiutro, whjuli ho has _gtoek#d wilh an _endlexs variety of goods, almost literally from " a needle to au anchor." He sells, as heretofore, at wholesale and retail, and customers can no to him for just whatever they may _waut in tbe way <>_f _merchandize (except, perhaps bombshells and round-shot) with the certaiuty of being accommodated, aud at the lowest price. _|B$Y _tjje bargain.

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

SrarAToBi&L Delegate. —The Conferees repre senting the Senatorial district composed of Cumberland, Perry, Jnniata and Mifflin counties met at Newport on Friday last, and elected Dr. E. D. Cbawfobd, of Jnniata, Senatorial Delegate to the coming Democratic State Convention. Dr. C, we learn, ifl _faYOrftble to the nomination of Hiistib Clxheb for Governor.

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

FOR SAI.S, rpJBj: RESIDENCE OP THE LATE DR. WM. L <_%HIES, in South Fifth Street, above Franklin. »|'l'"" BitelbeS_^reBbytctrian Church. Apply to KICUAKD 1'OONb_, _Beq._; South Fifth Street, above _Cheetsnt. April _2fi.3_t_»j P_, ft], _QBH_£S.

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

Total for week 68,900 04 _Pieviouslythis year, ... 1,005041 00 Total, . 1_. 0B3.9U 04 Tnaametlpjolastyear, - - 606,OSO 11

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Change in the Law Relative to School Directors. The following act was pas8ed by tbe Legislature at the late session: AN ACT Relative to the Term of Office of School Directors. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the term of oflice of School Directors, from aud after the first of January, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, shall commence on the first Monday of June in each and every year; Provided, (That) tbe term of ofnee of School Directors now in office, shall severally be extended until the first Monday of June of the year in which their term of oflice expires : And provided further, That the organization of each Board of School Directors, as provided by the twelfth section of the act of eighth of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, shall be within ten dayu of the first Monday of June in each year...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _^P ESTABLISHED A KEFUGE FKOM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained, _TPkR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE J_/_taost Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or LimbsStrictures, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Irnpotency, General Debility. Nervousness. Dygpepria. Languor. Luw Spirits, Confueionofldeas, Palpitation ofthe Heart.' ' timidity. Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose or SkinAffectiuns of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrilile Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Tnnth—t'noso secret anil solitary practices more fatal to their victims ihau tiiu souk of Sy _reira to the _Mariners of Ulysses, blVhlin_^ thelf m.i_^t brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendei inn marriage. 4c, inipossible. Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit _vhic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

RICHMOND L. JONES, _ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH J. GLANCF JONES, ESQ., East Penn Square, south side, Beading. Ai.nl IS, 186S-3ino JESSE G-. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NORTH Sixth Street, opposite the Keystone House, Reading. Ai.ril 11, lS63-tf NEWTON D. STRONG, ATTOKNBY AT LAW, OFFICE IN COURT STREET, NEAR FIFTH, Beading, Pa. [March 14, lS63-3ino JOHM RALSTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH A. B. WANNER, NORTH Sixth Street, (above the Court House.) Reading, Pa. February 21,1863-ly REMOVAL. _TJTTILLIAM H. I.IVINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT W LAW, has removed his office to tie north Bide of Coon street first door below Sixth. [dec 22-lf CHarles Davis, ATTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS OlSce to the Office lately ocenpied by the Hon. David ordun, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court Home. [_april U Daniel Ermentrout, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH J\_ Sixth street, comer of Court alley. [aug 13-ly David Meff_, _TfrHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN *V Foreign and D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

_iPtfgftft! BRUSHWOOD BT T. 15_ffl!.» - VAS READ. • On a weary slope of _Apptuine, At sober _dut.k of day's decline, Out of the solemn solitude Cf _ViiIkinbiMKaV antique wood. A withered woman, _tauusd and bent, _Ueaiiox her bundled brushwood went, Pulsing it on her palsied head, As if in peuauce for prayers unsaid. Her dull cheeks channeled were with tears, Sited iu tlio t-lorznt of eighty years: Her wild bat. Jell inKu_«ty flow White as the foamy brook below : i till toiled she with her load alone, With feeble feet, but steadfast will, To _jtaiu her little borne that sli-_^ne Like a dreary lantern on the hill. The raountHin child, no toil cnuld tame, With lighter load beside her came, Spake kindly, but _itu accents fond Were lose—soon loot on the _nights beyond. There catne the maid iu her _glowing dress, The wild-eyod witch of the wilderness, Her brush load _thadowing ber lace, Her upriKbt _figure lull of grace, Like those tall pines whose only houghs Are gathered ronud t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

SPEECH OF HENRY CLAY I11 t5ie V. S. Senate, Feb. 7(11, 1830. Me. _President : At the period of the formation of our Constitution, and afterwards, our patriotic ancestors apprehended danger to the Union from two causes. One was the Alleghany mouutains_, dividing the waters which flow into the Atlantic Ocean from those which find their outlet in the Gulf of Mexico. They seemed to present a natural separation. That danger has vanished before the noble achievements of the spirit of internal improvement, and the immortal genius of Fulton. And now nowhere is found a more loyal attachment to the Union, than among those very Western people, who, it was apprehended, would be the first to burst its ties. The other cause, domestic slavery, happily the sole remaining cause which is likely to disturb our harmony, continues to exist. It was this which created the greatest obstacle, and the most anxious solicitude, in the deliberations of the Convention that adopted the Federal Constitution....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Old Caleb _Graymarsh dwelt in the New England -village of M , hard by his own stonewalled, black-chimneyed factory which belched forth fire and smoke all day, and shone like some ogre's .palace half the night with the fires and lights which glimmered through the windows, and shed a crimson gleam over the waste and barren land about the building. For it was a stirring place, this factory, and the work people were there among the whirring machinery night and day—strong, stalwart fellows, with begrimed hands and faces—old men, who could just totter up the stairs—women, tidy and trim, and some of them very pretty, and the little children, who, had they been born of wealthy parents, would only have been permitted to leave the nursery under the guardianship of a maid. %&U% atta §!_UlcTte CALEB GRAYMARSH. There was occupation for all M at the great factory, and, in the eyes of his employfca, Caleb Graymarsh was a man of mighty wealth and power. Fabulous tules were told of his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

Nor should these Abolitionists flatter themselves that if they can succeed in their object of uniting the people of the free States, they will enter the contest with a numerical superiority that, must insure victory. All history and experUnee pr6?e the hazard and uncertainly of war. And we are admonished by Holy Writ that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong. But if they were to conquer , whom would thev conquer? A foreign foe? No, sir; no, air. It would be a conquest without laurels , without glory ; a self, a suicidal _conquest ; a conquest of brothers over brothers , achieved by one over another portion of the descendants of common ancestors, who, nobly pledging their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honors, had fought and bled, side by side, in many a hard battle on land and ocean, severed our country from the British crown, and established our national independence. I am, Mr. President, no friend of slavery. The searcher of all hearts knows that e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

PUBLISHED ETERY SATTJEDAY MORNING _Cflci Forth-West corner of Perm and Fifth street, ad " ' ieinine the Farmers' Bank of Redding. t£bM§ 6F _SUBSCRIPTION. SI,50 a year,payable in advance. 1,00 for six months, ia advance. To _Clcbs : Four copies for $5, in advance. Tea copies for l>»t '• #B- Alt papers _discontinued at the expiration of tin time putt for- KATES OF ADVERTISING IS THE OAZBTTE. It. St. lnio. Suio. 6mo. ly. _y s _SUneg,orless7«> ~fiO ~752 .00 s.oo 0,00 , _, square, _^ , _^1 (l0 1JJ5 s no a u() g 0Q i ., on " 1,00 2,00 2,50 5,00 S.OO 15.00 - .. |o •« 1,60 3,00 8,7s 7,50 12.00 20,00 [Larger Advertisements in proportion.] _tvMotors* and Administrators' Notices, 6 insertions $2,00 Auditors'Notices and Legal Notices. 3 " 1.50 special Noti«ef>, as reading matter, 10 _cts. a line for one lB j_^-Marriage notices 25 cents each. Deaths will be _pnMiDfaed gratuitously. 49* *U Obitnary NoticesResolntions of Beneficial and other Private Associations, will be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

then, breaking upon it, a woman's scream; a shriek from the lips of Alice, as they bring the form of her lover, blood-stained and senseless, to the light. Not dead ' . oh, no ! she thanked God for that. The great beams had protected him. ne was bruised and wounded, but not mortally, aud in a little while his blue eyes opened, and his pale lips whispered, "Father!" Then the old factor, kneeling by his child as he had knelt upon his dead wife's grave so long ago, took the white hand of Alice in his own and placed it in his son's. " She is youra," he said, "take her Harry and be happy. Wealth isn't worth as much as love. I should have known that all along," remembering Kitty. "Live, Harry! only live! and I'll never do anything to grieve you!" And Harry did live. Long before the winter snows had come, he stood—a little paler and thinner than before, perhaps, but well and strong again—before the altar of the little church, with Alice by his side, and, that night, when the moon was hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 9 May 1863

NATIONAL HOTEL, (LATE WHITE SWAN.) Race Street, above Third, Philadelphia IBUllS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS GREAT _[_ inducements, D0t only on account of reduced rate* of board, but fiom its central location u> the avonuesof trade, as well as the conveniences afforded by tue several _Passenger Kail ways running pant aud contiguous to it, by which _guests can pass to _aud from the Hotel, should they bo preferred to tue regular Omnibus connected with the Hou«e. 1 am determined to devote iny whole _attention to the comfort and convenience of my guests. *¦- Terms, $135 per day. ' * DC. SIEGRIST, Proprietor, Formerly from Kagle Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. T. V. Rhoadb. Clerk. [march 15-tf LAUBR_'S BHEWBRY READING, PA. rpHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to JL the public that he has _recently enlarged his ISlitiiVEKl to h _considerable extent, and introduced steam-power, and is now ready to supply all damamls for _SVii?XIK.ZG3. _KTALT _JJIGJJO&S, For home and distant consumption. Hi...

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