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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Do you not hear how, in our fields, Its rmlilet's soldiers fiercely cheer? They've come lo _alay, e'en, in our arms, Our children, all we love so dear! To arms, citizens! your battalions form 1 March on!. march on! Until tbe beams of peace succeed the storm J" On this opening ?««« en electrical shudder overran the entire audience. Two or three shouts of enthusiasm burst forth; but the greedy voices of the rest cried instantly: " Hush, hush! let us hear I" Rouget continued, with a gesture of deep indignation ; » " What do they w_^nt, this horde of slaves Of trait'rous _monanehs, plotting kings ? For whom have they had their fetters wrought—For whom are meant these iron rings ? For Frenchmen—us ? Ob, such outrage ! All.sons of France _tbia must upraise ! Do they dare dream of binding us In slavery of other days ? To arms, citizens! ¦— This time Rouget de l'lsle did not have to sing the chorus himself; a single cry came from every bosom: " Your battalions form! March on, march on !...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

to announce that the enemy are in full retreat. They left last night. The ram having raised * tbe river, and the bridge across it between the left wing and center being incomplete, I deemed it prudent to withdraw that wing during the night. This occupied my time until 4 o'clock, and fatigued the troops. The announcement of the _retreat was made to me at 7 o'clock, P. M. Our ammunition train arrived during the night. To day was occupied in distributing the ammunition, burying the dead, and collecting arms from the field of battle. The pursuit was commenced by the center, the two leading brigades arriving at the west side of Stone River this evening. The railroad bridge was saved, but in what condition is not known. We shall occupy the town and _puth the pursuit to-morrow. Our Medical Director estimates the wounded in hospital at 5,500, and our dead at 1,000. We have to deplore the loss of Lieut.-Colonel _Gareeche, whose capacity and gentlemanly deportment had already endeared him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _J3_I*° ESTABLISHED ASA REFUUB FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. SkR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE 'moot Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Bemeay in » orld for all Private DiseasesWeakness of the Back or LimlK, Strlctnree_, Aff«cttons of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary _DiBChargen. Itnpoieney. General Debility. Hervoauness, Iiygpcpsin Languor. Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, ¦liwidlty, Trembling, Dimness of Sight «ar GiddiiiPBS, Disease or tbe Bead, Throat. Nore or _rkiii_, Affections of the Liver, Langs, Stomach or Bowels—those Terrible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those bkcret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ol Syrens to the Mariners of TJlygces_, blighting their most brilliant hopes or _antjeipatious, rendering marriage, ic , impossible. YOUNG _BffllXr Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

AFTER THE BATTLE BV V1B0INIA P. _TOWNSKIin It was over at last. The sun, which had walked slow and calm through the long hours of that terrible day, bad gone down in a column of fire beyond the western hills, and now4he Btars were coming out swiftly, l ike golden petals scattered all over an azure soil. And the stars looked down on the battle-field, as they had come out and looked down for _soores of years on the fair young land which had arisen in her strength and beauty, until amid all the nations there was none to compare with her—on the great cities that were hung like jewels on her green bosom—on the broad harvest fields that waved their tresses for joy through h«r goW«a Bummers—on the houses where the dwellers thereof sat peaceful and happy under their own vine and fig tree—on all this had the stars which came up night by night to the watoh-towers of the sky looked, until at last there came a change; and now where the harvests had waved their locks in the summer wind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

lUtss an.fr _SihMjgs THE MARSEILLAISE. [From Alexander Dumas' new novel, "Andree de Tavarhcy."] Strasburg, whose peerless spire is reflected in the Rhine, which alone divided us from the enemy, was a boiling caldron of war, youth, joy, pleasure, balls, reviews, where the clash of instruments of combat incessantly mingled with the music of revelry. From Strasburg, through one gate of which the volunteers entered, there went out by another gate, the soldiers who were deemed in fighting condition ; there friends met, shook . hands, bid farewell; there sisters wept, mothers prayed, fathers said " Go, and die for France!" All this, to the ringin g of bells, and the reverberations of cannon, those two bronze voices speaking to heaven, one to invoke its mercifufness, the other its justice. On one of these departures, more solemn than the others, because the most considerable, the mayor of Strasburg, Dietrich, a worthy and excellent patriot, invited the brave young men to come to hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

EDWARD H. SHEARER, k TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE IN COURT j\_ street, North side Beading, Pa. [april 26-6ido. REUOVAIi. "TfTILLlAM H. LIVINGOOD, ATTORNEY AT TV I-AW. hag removed his office to the north side of Court street _nrst do* below Sixth. [d_«c2a-tf ABMJ_3R K. STATJFFER, 1 _TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE. COURT ___2\. »ttwt,Ulow Sixth, Reading, Pa- [aprllUO JESSE O. HAWLBY, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, i_^FFICE WIT H S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN \J Streetabove 8ixth, Beading, Fa. O- Will be at _Prledeubtug, every IKnxsday. September 29, l«60-ly* Charles Davis, ATTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS Office to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David brdon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court _Uooms. [aprll 14 Daniel Brmentront, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH _jflL H»h street, corner of Court alley. [aug 13-ly ~~ - David Neff, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER-IN Foreign and Domestic 1>EY GOODS, Ko. 2S Eaal eon street, _Beading.-Pa. [March 10,1860. LIVINfeOOD'S United States Bounty, Back Fay...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

WAB NEWS! THE BATTLE DF MURFREESBORO Five Days of Terrible Fighting GREAT AND GLORIOUS VICTORY Union Loss 6,500 Killed & Wonnded FEARFUL SLAUGHTER OF THE REBELS Official Repot from Gen. Rosecrans _Headoca&ter * _Fourteenth Army CoRrs, "1 _Department op the Cumberland, ! In Fro.-<t of Mdbfbeesbobo, Jan 4, f Via Nashville, Jan. 3,1863. j Major-General H. W. Haueck, General-in-Chief, Washington : On the 26th of December we marched from Nashville in three columns, Gen. McCook by Nolansville Pike; Gen. Thomas from its encampment on Franklin's Pike, via Wilson Pike, and Gen. Crittenden on the main Murfreesboro. Our left and center met with a strong resistance, such as the nature of the oountry permits, the rolling or hilly routes, skirted by cedar ihickeis and farms, and intersected by small Btreams, with rooky, bluff banks, forming serious obstacles. Gen. McGook drove Gen. Hardee's corps a mile and a half from Nolansville, and occupied the place-Gen. Cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

LESSON IN COMPOSITION A writer to the _JV. Y. Obterver, relates the following of the late Dr. Murray, alias " Eirwan:" Dr. Murray pursued his collegiate course at _Williamstown, during the presidency of that acoute and accomplished critic, Rev. Dr. Griffin. In his fourth year he was brought into more immediate contact with the venerable President, whose duty it was to examine and criticise the written exercises .of the graduating class. Dr. Murmy, when a young roan, and even down to the day of bU last illness, wrote a free, round and beautiful hand—and his exercise at this time, which was to undergo the scrutiny of his venerated preceptor, had been prepared with uncommon neatness and accuracy. Dr. Griffin was accustomed to use a quill pen, with a very broad nib. Introduced into his august presence, young Murray, with becoming diffidence, presented bis elegantly written piece for the ordeal. The discerning eye of the President passed quickly over the first sentence, and with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

JNrtsfi/ HOMELESS. BT _ADELAIDE A PROCTOR. It Is cold, dark midnight, yet listen To that patter of tiny feet! Is it one of your dogs, fair lady, Who whines In the bleak, cold street :— Is it one of your silken spaniels ~ Shut oat in the snow and the sleet t My dogs sleep warm in their baskets, Safe from the _daxkuess and snow; All _ths beasts Sb oar Christian EogUnd Find pity wherever they go—(Those are only tbe homeless cbildrea Who are wandering to and fro ) Look ont in fhe gusty darkness—l hare seen it again ana »_gftin. That shadow, that flit* so slowly Up and down past the window-pane:— It is surely some criminal larking Oat there in tbe frozen rain 1 Kay, onr criminals are all sheltered, They Hie pitied and taught and fed • That is only a sister-woman Who has neither food nor bed—And tbe Night cries ¦' sin to be living," And the Kiver cries " sin to be dead." Look ont at the farther corner Where the wall stands bl_.nk and bare :— Can that be a pack which a pedlar Has lef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

heart! every night to meet me when I came home from the fields; and she would stand under the great plum tree, that's just beyond the back door at home, with the sunlight making a yellow orown in her golden ourls, and the laugh dancing in her eyes, when she heard the click of the gate. I see her there now, and I'd take her in my _arrac, and she'd put up her little red lips for a kiss ; but my little git I will never watch under the old plum tree by the well for her father again. I Bhall never hear the cry of joy as she catches a g limpse of me at the gate—I shall never see her Little feet running over the grass to spring into my arms, again!" " And," said the Southerner, " there's a little brown-eyed, brown-haired girl, that used to watch in the oool afternoons for her father when he rode in from his visit to the plantations—I can see her sweet little face shining out now from the roses that covered the pillars, and her shout 9? j oy _^s , I _bounded from my _korse a,_n,4 chaged...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

PUBLI SHED EVERY SATURDAY MORHHSG Office /»>rtft-W«"ft _cnrwr of Penn and Fifth street, ad-Joining the Furmers' _Btfnk of Reading. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 81,50 « y«r, vayable in advance. 1,OO for «tx months, in advance. To CurM : Foot copies for _»5» la advase*. 49- 4ll ' fap _^ _dLx_»HMud al the ecpiraUon of the _timepaidji*_- - ' ¦ KATES OF AOTBBTISIMGIS THE GAZETTE. It. St lmo. Smo. 6mo. ly. .« _^ /o _^ _'_^lo Jo _^ g _^ go ! :: 5: ijftSSSIilBiSS [Larger Advertisement* to proportion! Executors' and Administrators' Notices, 6 insertions $2,00 Auditors'Itotices and tegal Notices. 3 " 1.60 Special _Hoflcee, as reading matter, 10 cU. a line for one '_" _fJirMaiTUge notices 25 cents each. Deaths -will b« fn _y_^$$"t£$ OHc** , H_^_lnHon. of B._neflclal and othwPrivat_. Associations, will be charged /or, «4ver-^'irrto_^nU _forKel _Won.. Charitable and Bduc«ti..n*l objects, one half the above rates. 49- *U id _w tiring will be _considered payable In cash, °_Vw?™ ad_^itli«M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

BLASS BOOKS MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Hade to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, lit catalogne prices. **- Orders from Country Merchar.tR solicited and filled promptly at thu lav nut _whnleuu. 14 brieefl. 49* Teachers supplied with Music at the annul discount. N. B —Hooks and _Muxic sent by mail postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. jau 18-tf Groceries, Glass and Queensware. TOST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT (J of White Stone DINNER and TKA SKTTS. Common White and Ed(jed Ware,with a _«ood stock of GLASSWARE and GROCERIES, at Ko. 20 North Fifth street. feb 1] E. D. SMITH. S. M. PBTTBNGU.L & CO., Ho. 37 PARK ROW, K KW-YORK, & 8 _STATE ST., BOSTON, Are _Aftents for the Reading _Oazel.t», in those cities, and are _tuitbucizcd to take _AdvertUeiuentB aad Sabtwrtptloas for un at our established mt«s. ¦ NE W FRUIT—LAYER, BUNCH, AND SALTINA Raisins, BurrauU, and Citron, just received and for sale...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 23 BAST PENN _97RBSV. READING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank 3_Hfc. _4_P» _«fc_» K&, aw9 PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSIC BOOKS, _Q0LD PESS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER, CAPand PJUSTING PAPER and PAPER BAGS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG . _».| - ANOTHER GLORIOUS VICTORY - Holly. Springs, Miss., Jan. 4, 1863. Major General Halleck, Qeneral-in-Chief:_~ ' Despatches from General Sherman and the naval commander were received at Helena on the 31st instant. The gunboats were engaging the enemy's batteries. General Sherman was inland three miles from Vicksburg, hotl y engaged. From rebel sources I learn that the Grenada Appeal of the 31st says the Yankees have got possession of _Yioksburg. Since the late raids this Department *. except the troops on the river, have subsisted off the oountry. There will be but little in Northern Mississippi to support guerrillas in a few weeks more. U. S. GRANT, Major_^BeneraL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKEK, JE _WELETt, AND DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPO ONS, SPECTACLES. GOLD PENS, &c, Sign of the " BIG WATCH," No. 63% Ba Penn Street, above Sixth, north side. Beading, Pa. *9" Kvery article warranted to be what it is sold for watches, Clocks, J«welry, 4e., repaired with particulai atteaUon, and guaranteed. [feb 1—tf SILVER PLATED WARE. TUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT OF *> Castors, Spoons, Dessert and Dinner Forks, Buttei »«ve_», *e., *c. J«r»_ale at low prices, by J. h. 8TICHTER, f Uth and P«na.StreeU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_THE GREAT FOIST ATTAINED!!! A NEW STYLE OF SHUTTLE SEWINC MACHINE, CO SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, LIGHT _ij to run. and may to learn, that any one eau operate it _vnttomt instructions. Sew* MUSLIS8 and the heaviest A»U5 CLWUa &pmUy vmlt, A "plendfd Machine for Tailors, "Vest and Pant makers, Hat and Shoe binders, &c, at the low price of $5O. A W_*r Machine than any other in the market, at 975. Call _atd seeit. G. W. GOODRICH, jan 2i-tf] No9. 3 and S Penn Square, Reading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

f&t* Fifty damsels, sent out from England (o Vancouver's Island, had, upon arrival, to be housed in a Government building and a guard put over them, in order to protect them from the rush of amorous swain* They were all soon disposed of; but whether by let, or to the highest bidders, does not appear. The Vancouver paper clamors for more, but prefers dairy maids to governesses-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

THE BATTLJJFJ/IURFREESBORO ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS _WABniNOTON, Tuesday, -Tan. 0, Ituks. The following dispatch has been received at headquarters here: Headquarters Department of the Cum- 1 rjEULANi), January 5, 1803. f To Major General _Hallbck, General in Chief: We have fought one of the greatest battles of the war, and are victorious. OurT en_»ire success on the Slat ult. was prevented by a surprise of the right flank, but we have, nevertheless, beaten the enemy after a threo flay8 fight. They fled with great precipitation on Saturday night. ... The lust of their columns of cavalry left this morning. Their loss has been very heavy. Gens. Rains and Uanson are killed. Gens. Gladden, Adams, and Breckinridge are wounded. W. S. Rosecrans, Major General Commanding. UNION LOSS NOT OVER 7,000. Rebel Loss from 12,000 to 15,000 MuBFREEsnoKo, Monday, Jan. 5. \ Via Nashville, Jan. 6, 1863. / The enemy evacuated in haste during Saturday nightf" It in reported that they were terribly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. 1)UHSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE OH-\PHANS1 COURT of Berk*county, will besold at pnb- __ lie vendne, on Friday, the 61 h day of February A D 1.S63, at the public house of Ell S. Fox, iu the Crtjutf-Keading, Berks county, tti« following Seal E»lnte,-_£T wit: No. 2—A thres-Ktury BBICK HOUSE and lot or _pieoftjaf M ground, situate on tbe north aidexuV_^sun" str«_ot "BeV tween Seventh aart EighJ_»_.ii>Tfg TSnh _th_>8_byogBegu >_ng, bouuddd on»tb»r_^aRt ¦>_Tji_£_MjjK: i>r_^rp8rty late of Adamfasigdeqease ' d, (_Na_^ji_^ 'MSWCyyurih by Liberty alley, on the WeRt _bi_^rJSwrpKiufltl-y'oY s_*ld deceased, (No. 3,) aad ou the S_^_utjT_^-PeiJrl street; containing in ' front on Penn street, _2unet_>6i|fiche8. nnd in depth 27o feet. No. 3—A three atory KKIOK HOUSE and lot or piece of _Mgroua J_._aUita '.oort the north _ulde of Penn btreet, betwean Seventh and _EUhth _ktreetx, in the City of Reading, bounded oa the Eakt by other property...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_fgg* 0 re at Rejoicing.—There was great rejoicing among our citizens on Tuesday, when tho news reached us confirming previous accounts of Gen. Rosecraus'_H splendid victory over tbe rebel army at Murfreesboro, _Tonnebsoe. The bells were rung, cannon Bred, _»n<l flags _dlsplnyed from almost every _bouoe. _BJou6 c-f tha •_accesses which tbe Union cause bag achieved since the outbreak of the _rebellion, excited greater joy, or more general congratulutioH8. After our recent reverses, tbis great and _docisive victory comes as a gleam of bright sunshine to dispel gloomy fore bodiugg, and inspire ua with renewed hopes of a speedy _termination of the war. —~ ggy_» Reaping Railroad Dividend. — Tbe Reading Kailroad Company on Wednei-day announced a stock dividend of bkven per cent. Tbe stock is selling at forty dollars per share, whioji makes the dividend of $3 SO per share iu stock equal to *2 80 per share iu cash. Tbe Company bas been doing a _monstrous ' business the past year, a...

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